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I investigate the connections between the biochemical processes and our health, namely: molecular genetics, biochemistry, etiology, pharmacology, and bioinorganic chemistry. I haven't done research quite yet, but I'd love to work with anything that could answer biomedical issues and questions. 


I primarily investigate psychological phenomena in the social and forensic realms. Recent projects include my Master's thesis on juror attitudes toward science and scientific evidence evaluation, and an ongoing project on juvenile psychopathy with faculty from The Chicago School. 


I investigate all about chemistry .Because now I'm studying in Chemistry department .the heart of my research is to make student well known about chemistry. 


The biological basis of consciousness.

We have a great storehouse of biological energy inside us, capable of replenishing the brain and reinvigorating the body. However, only recently has interest begun to peak in this energy phenomenon, a physical subsystem capable of activating this energy reserve, known as Kundalini.

A few years ago, clinical trials were held on meditation to discover whether meditation might relieve stress. Doctors, like Herbert Benson, proved the stress reducing benefits of meditation. Where did they get the meditation systems they used in their tests? From Eastern religions and other oriental sources, of course. But how much did they know about these meditation systems? did they know there is much more to meditation than the two-step techniques they acknowledge borrowing from Buddhist and Taoist sources? Do they know about the backward-flowing method, for instance, a part of the Taoist meditation tradition, discussed in The Secret of the Golden Flower.

So if you “borrow” selectively from a source, why not investigate that source’s complete methodology to see what it can do, especially since the benefits of the techniques they failed to investigate go way beyond relief of stress. The techniques they failed to investigate activate Kundalini.

That's what our research is about: Proving that Kundalini opens access to an energy continuum, a dimension of higher consciousness. Proof for the hypothesis — that the energy continuum, a metaphysical plane beyond the scope of present day material science — exists in many anecdotal accounts.

What’s so special about these accounts? Can they lead to scientific validation? Why should we take them seriously?

They occur irrespective of culture, language, geographic, or religious influences. In other words, yes, they are anecdotal in nature, but, at the same time, asynchronous, disconnected in time and space. In fact, so disconnected it would indicate that the subjects (the individuals undergoing the experience) were in no way influenced by others undergoing similar experiences. Similar enough for any serious investigator to keep an open mind about the subject and focus on proving/disproving the existence of this hypothesis — that there is an energy continuum that can be accessed through the proper use of powerful meditation techniques, capable of activating the biological Kundalini energy.
 




Geological Hazards in New Zealand 


i'm mostly investigate about myself on internet that how many followers i got how many views are there. and how many search results are there for my name ..at the time there are 4,800 search results i got on google. 


My investigation is about food allergens as well as the health benefits lost for the sensitized consumers. 


Digital Signal Processing 


The heart of my research are humans and the material culture. Mostly new technologies and their impact in humans and society. 


I study volcanoes - why they erupt; how they have behaved in the past, and what they might do in the future. 



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