Giorgio Piccardi

Giorgio Piccardi - Wikidata

Giorgio Piccardi repeatedly did the same experiments involving various chemical reactions of the sort commonly found in biological organisms and found that reaction times varied with time of day, lunar cycle, season and solar activity, with eclipses being especially odd.

Effects vanished when a Faraday Cage was used, suggesting that variations in the Earth’s magnetic or electric field were affecting results.

Blood clotting times in rabbits were similarly affected.


Statistical Analysis of Piccardi Chemical Tests – F. De Meyer and C. Capel-Boute

” Since significant long-term perturbations and an annual variation are present
in all data sets, the observations cannot be conceived as purely random fluctuations. No
common long-term pattern is observed and the measurements are not unambiguously
correlated with climatological effects or the solar cycle.”

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