Experiments on Space Conditioning and Intention-Imprinting of Materials

Since the early 1990’s the American scientist William A. Tiller, today Professor Emeritus of Materials Sciences at Stanford University in Stanford, California, USA, has shown in a series of ground-breaking experiments [Tiller 1997; Kohane & Tiller 2011; Tiller et al. 2001, 2004]:

  • Human intentions may be imprinted without physical contact onto materials and electronic devices,
  • These imprinted informations may be transferred by the materials themselves or with the help of devices, onto other materials, devices or organisms, and even onto regions of empty space,

and there may influence experimental situations or devices. In both cases this occurs, according to Tiller, via a “conditioning of space” who continues even after removal of the material or the device or upon switching off the device, for a considerable time.

Space conditioning is according to Tiller a transformation of the structure of space-time or the “vacuum” which creates domains of changed order or “local vacua”, in which other symmetry conditions prevail than in the surroundings. The physical concept of “conditioning” was first proposed by the renowned American physicist Terence W. Barrett who was able to show that the electromagnetic field can be conditioned in such way that it interacts with the structure of space-time itself. The conditioning changes the usual U(2) symmetry of the field to a higher gauge symmetry such as SU(2) and endows it with a character similar to gravitation und confers to it an additional degree of freedom enabling it to interact with the space metrics [Barrett 1990a,b, 2000].

History of this Kind of Research at IACR

Dr. Ludwig has already before the founding of IACR in his Berlin laboratory (January 2008) started with Tiller experiments on Space Conditioning and has developed two generations of installations. He conducted an intensive information exchange with Professor William A. Tiller and his collaborator Dr. Walter Dibble of the William A. Tiller Foundation, and he met three times with Tiller, two times on the occasion of visits to Tiller laboratory in Payson (Arizona, USA). October 19-20, 2009, a meeting of Dr. Ludwig and Dr. Bischof with Prof. Tiller in Amsterdam took place. It included on the one hand a meeting in which also scientists from the Netherlands and Britain participated which likewise planned replications of Tiller experiments as well as the developments of new experiments, on the other hand it comprised a thorough discussion of the experiments and agreement on the exact modalities and procedures for our experiments with Dr. Tiller as well the writing of common publications.

Therefore all important informations were available in order to immediately begin the technical execution of the project. The Tiller experiments which Dr. Ludwig conducted in the framework of IACR, started in January 2010. According to Prof. Tiller the physically relevant auxiliary energy existing in a conditioned space area can be measured by a very exact pH measurement on ultra-pure water which is compared to a theoretical pH value derived from thermodynamics. The theoretical value essentially is determined by the CO2 content of the air and the solution of CO2 in water. From the difference of the measured and theoretical values Tiller a Gibbs Free Energy is derived which is generated according to Tiller through space conditioning.

Technical Installation

In accord with Prof. Tiller in June 2009 a pH measurement device by Mettler-Toledo (S 40) was chosen and acquired. The first operations were aimed at the calibration which is a fundamental prerequisite for the experiments. First the baseline of this device must be determined. Initially we worked with the water “LiChrosolv” by the company Merck, however this water was not pure enough and didn’t show the correct pH value of about 5.6. Therefore we tried the water “Ultrapure” by the same company Merck. It showed the expected value of about 5.6. The measurements values were transmitted to Dr. Dibble for expert opinion. Dr. Dibble and Prof. Tiller were content with the data and attested to the correct installation of the system and that the pH measurements were accurate enough. Our measurements showed a surprising rectangle curve which Prof. Tiller found interesting.

After the meeting with Prof. Tiller in August 2009 we decided to obtain another pH measurement device and a high purity water system. Both devices were obtained and successful applied. With it we could ourselves produce high purity water, and were not dependent on the “Ultrapure” of which only a liter was available. The device operated very reliably. In addition we obtained a second pH measurement device, the Hanna HI 3220. In connection with the pure water (18.2 mega Ohm) it shows a very stable baseline. A CO2 measurement device was procured as well and integrated in an environmental data acquisition program. For this reason a LabView programming was necessary. A registration of the CO2 content of the laboratory air should make it possible to answer the question if changes in the pH value can be attributed to the pH content of the air.

After the meeting with Prof. Tiller in Amsterdam a second testing ground in a separate room was installed at the suggestion of Prof. Tiller. 


After the first series of experiments done by Dr. Ludwig in 2008 and 2009 Prof. Tiller proposed that the two laboratories make a common attempt to an intention-imprinting at a distance between his lab in Payson (Arizona) and our lab in Berlin. At the meeting in November 2009 in Amsterdam we had intended to acquire two UEDs (unimprinted electronic devices), but instead Prof. Tiller proposed we use one only in order to avoid quantum entanglement. This device would then be intention-imprinted by the lab in Arizona and so become an IIED (Intention-Imprinted Electronic Device). Subsequently he would send us an IIED and we would be able to publish a common publication.

In January 2010 the experiments carried out together with the William A. Tiller Foundation have been started. From January 2010 until today at our laboratories at Bouchestr. 12 (later in the new lab at Kolberg), pH measurements were carried out. Each minute a pH value is registered. Every week the pH device is calibrated and the data are stored and transmitted to the William A. Tiller Foundation in Arizona, where Dr. Dibble evaluates them. Besides the pH device an IHD (Intention Host Device) is placed which has been imprinted from the lab in Arizona. A scientific publication is completed and published as part of the series “White Papers”  of the William A. Tiller Foundation: Tiller W. A., Dibble W.E., Jr., Ludwig T., Bischof M.: “Towards understanding long-range broadcasting of specific intentions”, White Paper XXVIII.

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