Physical Evidence of Non-Corporeal Awareness
(c) Robert Neil Boyd

My understandings are vastly divorced from those of Burrow in terms of conceptual fundamentals and foundations. His thesis seems to be based on psychoanalytical abstractions. (Which, as near as I can tell, have done little to improve the overall human condition...) I am an empiricist. In other words, a pure scientist, in the original sense of the term. I am primarily interested in reproducibly observable facts. My Spiritual inclinations have exactly the same foundations.

However, Barron's contribution in the form of "extra-corporeal DNA" seems to me to have some merit. It is probably the same understanding as Rupert Sheldrake's "morphological field". The thesis is empirically supported by V. Poponin's "DNA Phantom Effect" experiments (See:, which demonstrate that the vacuum itself has a memory).

This thesis was first produced by Bruce DePalma, an MIT graduate. (See:

DePalma said:

"Twentieth century particle physics and the hypothesis of the neutrino opened the way to a conceptualisation of space filled with a sea of particles. A space filled with a sea of particles interpenetrating matter and possessing a relaxation time such that the internal condition of matter was impressed on them and was thus conveyed to the surrounding space could be the mechanism for a transport process wherein the internal condition of matter; electric, magnetic, gravitational, heat, charge, radioactivity, inertial et al. was conveyed to the surrounding space.

I call the particle whose condition is an impression or memory of its passage through matter, a psion. Thus the basic condition of empty space is a psion field. Radiation laws of emissivity vs. temperature and intensity drop off with distance, i.e. 1/r, 1/r2, and 1/r3 dependencies are related to the relaxation time of the impression created on the particles by their passage through matter. One could assume these particles, psions, travel at the speed of light. The term psion is meant to imply an atom of consciousness which retains an impression of the internal condition of matter through which it has passed. "

So, the basis of Barron's theory is supported in terms of the FPU lattice description of V. Poponin, in terms of DePalma's "psions", and in terms of Sheldrake's "morphogenic field". Additionally, the works of Mishyin, Frolov, and other Russian researchers involved with structurings of the physical vacuum, such as A. Shpilman, A. Akimov, and Shipov, support such a view. (See this important document by Frolov: The special human capability known as "psychometry" strongly implies this thesis of the memory of space. Barron may not yet realize it, but his admirably bold initiative regarding his "extra-corporeal DNA", is in complete opposition to the psychophysical paradigm, as it may be found eventually to have a non-material basis. In 1995, I suggested to Karl Pribram that consciousness could be modeled in terms of the quaternions. On examining this perspective, he agreed, and went on to publish works with such a foundation. As you may know, Pribram proved empirically that the human consciousness and the human memory do not reside in the same volume as the physical brain. Rather, these reside in a multidimensional holographic system, which may, or may not, reside in the volume contiguous with the physical brain. (See: Talbot, "The Holographic Universe) I realized a few years ago, that the Consciousness is better described in terms of the Clifford algebra, and suggested this to Tony Smith. (See:

The underpinnings of my approach stand upon the physics. In terms of harmony, I am interested in the actual, factual experience of Harmony, not some abstract conception about harmony. Philosophically, I am in strong alignment with J. Krishnamurti. I have simply taken the results of Krishnamurti to the next step.

Refer to The Freedom Series -- a Harmony Dynamics(TM) Method. Harmony Dynamics has yielded reproducibly observable, factual results.