Mariangela Vanalli interviews Prof. Piergiorgio Spaggiari
Dr. Mariangela Vanalli (dMV): Thank you Professor for having me together with Antonio Petracca and Andrea Flavi. It’s an honour and privilege to interview you, not only in relation to the calorArt project - a project we deeply care about - but also to introduce you to my social and health studies, that I always carry out with the utmost dedication.
Prof. Piergiorgio Spaggiari (P.G.S): Thank you for being here and for your trust. Our mutual friend, Alberto Negri, President of Spazio Tesla Association, had already informed me about your visit and briefly talked about your project, which I know you’re pursuing with the utmost professionalism.
dMV: My first question relates to the methodology used to inform water in a closed circuit as performed for calorArt and its practical effectiveness. More on this:
When the first experiments were carried out last spring, water was
informed via one of the nipples (or “vents”) as shown in calorArt’s technical
sheet, using a methodology that resembles Tesla Tower’s information
transmission process: information coming from the sky through cosmic rays would
be connected to the telluric radiation of the earth with specific instruments.
The informed materials bear characteristics that can be verified and that can
balance brain and muscle reflexes, posture, and muscle tone.
Is this the safest and most appropriate way to inform water inside the circuit, or, in other words, to inform water through one of the four vents through which the water runs?
P.G.S: This could be a valid methodology but I think that in order to get a better result to reassess at a later stage, all four vents need to be treated - not just one.
Moreover, you need to be sure that this technical procedure is completely reliable, which means you should rely on highly-specialized labs. If necessary, I’d have a few names to suggest.
dMV: Thank you Professor, my next question: how long does the information stay with the water? Or how long do nipples retain the information and are subsequently able to influence water across the circuit?
P.G.S: For a very long time indeed - longer than our life, if the information was correctly transmitted.
dMV: Interesting! I would have never expected such a long time.
Professor, what is the maximum heating temperature water can get to so that it won’t jeopardize the characteristics of the information?
P.G.S: Water can boil without losing information. This assumption is purely theoretical, as with calorArt, water does not reach such high temperatures. As a consequence, water cannot go from liquid to gas.
dMV: Very good to know, Professor.
This aspect, quite controversial, was worrying us even if water’s heating temperature - when activated - would not boil.
My next question, Professor: assuming that informed water would bring well-being by influencing the psycho-physical conditions of the subject in front of calorArt, what is the maximum distance recommended in order to enjoy its benefits?
P.G.S: As you know, a lot has been written about water properties, also about informed water. Not everyone shares the same opinion.
However, an increasing number of people do believe that water, when correctly informed, brings health benefits.
About your question, I can honestly say that the greatest benefit would be drinking the water itself. With calorArt, the subject should have direct contact with the object, which in this case wouldn’t happen. I recall that the absorbed energy is inversely proportional to the emitting source distance squared.
This means that it will be crucial to inform all four nipples, because they are the ones that will transfer the information to the water.
It is very difficult to find such a sensitive instrument that can measure the energy of water. We could then work with indirect measures, or instruments you used for your first experiments, assessing the sensitivity variations on a few of you, before and after being exposed to calorArt.
It is important to note that there are other factors that undeniably generate well-being in calorArt: the artwork on the panels with colors based on cromology, photons created by the suffused lighting, not to mention warmth and its benefits.
All these physical elements will have to be considered to achieve concrete results.
dMV: Professor, the electric components that make calorArt work independently (the device doesn’t need to be connected to any water supply like normal heating systems), are a circulator + one 4L expander + safety valve.
They are located in a compartment shielded with lead so that water is not negatively affected. Do you confirm this is a necessary measure?
P.G.S: Absolutely - as everyone should know, electricity produces electromagnetic fields that have a disturbing influence.
dMV: Somebody advised us to call calorArt a “radionic project”. What do you think about this definition?
P.G.S: I would not enter this minefield, this can be a delicate topic.
Radionic sciences involve theories and practices such as dowsing or transmission of signals over distances - sent via instruments whose switches are not connected to anything and these methods are very challenged in the scientific world.
Therefore I think that the term “radionic project” is not suitable in your case.
I would consider some of these operations potentially effective, as they are based on the great energy capabilities of the human brain, of which we still know very little.
dMV: My last question is very important to me as it relates to one of my personal projects dating back to three years ago (see here http://www.comet-initiative.org/studies/details/961), whose results made me consider using calorArt to improve behaviour and cognitive disorders in patients with a Mini Mental Test equal to or lower than 19, or with multiple pathologies related to e.g. Alzheimer. What is your opinion on this?
P.G.S: Your project could be evaluated in regional health bodies or in the region of Lombardy itself. Unfortunately to this day they are all shut down due to the paradoxical situation we’re living in caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
After the situation improves, I think your project can be reassessed.