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[Scientific articles

NB. In these articles, no hypothesis on the structure of water or its properties is necessary to describe Benveniste's experiments ("memory of water" without water...)

1. Memory of water and blinding (letter)
[Homeopathy (2008); 97(1):41-42]

2. Emergence of a signal from background noise in the "memory of water" experiments: how to explain it?
[Explore (2012); 8(3):185-196]   

3. Description of Benveniste’s experiments using quantum-like probabilities
[Journal of Scientific Exploration (2013); 27(1):39-67]  

4. Quantum-like interferences of experimenter's mental states: applications to "paradoxical" results in physiology
[NeuroQuantology
(2013); 11(2):197-208]

5. A quantum-like model of homeopathy clinical trials: importance of in situ randomization and unblinding
[Homeopathy (2013) 102(2):106-113]

6. "Memory of water" without water: the logic of disputed experiments
[Axiomathes (2014); 24(2):275-290]

7. Intersubjective agreement in a quantum-like model of "paradoxical" experiments in biology
[NeuroQuantology (2014); 12(2):170-179]

8. Observer-centered description of misinterpreted results in biology
[International Journal of Reserach and Reviews in Applied Sciences (2015); 23(3):221-232]

9. "Memory of water" without water: modeling of Benveniste's experiment with a personalist interpretation of probability
[
Axiomathes (2016); 26(3):329-345]

10. Are there some loopholes in experimental biosciences? The lessons from Benveniste's experiments
[International Journal of Reserach and Reviews in Applied Sciences (2016); 27(2):51-67]

 

 

1.Memory of water and blinding 2.Emergence of a signal from background noise in the "memory of water" experiments: how to explain it 3. Description of Benveniste’s experiments using quantum-like probabilities 4.Quantum-like interferences of experimenter's mental states: applications to "paradoxical" results in physiology  5.A quantum-like model of homeopathy clinical trials: importance of in situ randomization and unblinding

6."Memory of water" without water: the logic of disputed experiments  7.Intersubjective agreement in a quantum-like model of "paradoxical" experiments in biology  8.Observer-centered description of misinterpreted results in biology 9."Memory of water" without water: modeling of Benveniste's experiment with a personalist interpretation of probability 10."Memory of water" without water: modeling of Benveniste's experiment with a personalist interpretation of probability 

 

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