Second Science Video, from OBRL

Second Science Video, from the
Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory (OBRL)

Another Science Video which you may not have seen.

Dear Friends and Supporters of my research,

This second video below was put together from several years of research seminars at OBRL, on the subject of Reich’s bion experiments. The seminars were team-taught, with lectures, input and expertise from Dr’s. Bernard Grad (who worked directly with Reich), Stephen Nagy, and Richard Blasband. I learned much from them, honing my skills in microscopy during those seminars, where some amazing things were observed and demonstrated. That incuded the bionous organization of protozoans, and bionous factors related to the cancer biopathy, and the Reich blood test, where the red blood cells revealed blue halos when viewed under color-accurate apochromatic lenses.

The images you will see in this video were made with my Leitz Ortholux microscope, which is also described in it, able to resolve down to 5000x magnification, in both brightfield and darkfield. When time permits, several additional videos could be made from the amazing still and video images captured during those seminars, which ran for about 6 years in the 1990s.

There is much information in this video, some written text, so be prepared to hit the “pause” button during playback so you can read it. At the end is a list of reference citations for more information. It has garnered about 25 thousand views on YouTube. By clicking on it below, it will take you to a new YouTube page, for viewing.

A full published paper on the subject of this video material, which was also presented to an International Conference on Pleomorphism, is also cited, and available in our book, Heretic’s Notebook: Emotions, Protocells, Ether-Drift and Cosmic Life Energy (see the link to the online Natural Energy Works bookstore). Unfortunately the published papers show images mostly in black-and-white, whereas in this video they are shown in full color. This publication has several other papers on the bion-biogenesis question.

Wilhelm Reich’s Bion-Biogenesis Discoveries
Experimental Verification
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PVnS72IIY8

Probably some or even most subscribers to my internet media have seen this video, but if not, enjoy. I found this and the prior one refreshing to view, even years later. The materials I am unfolding in this series of posts are representative of my work through OBRL, starting around 50 years ago when my research began as a university student.

As the song goes, “We get by with a little help from our friends”. Consider making a donation to OBRL using the information links below, and meanwhile enjoy this and the subsequent educational postings to follow.

All the Best Wishes for the Holidays

James DeMeo, PhD
Director of OBRL

Your Support is Necessary, Critical, and Much Appreciated

To review our full year-end fund-raising letter, which also carries a description of current and planned research at OBRL, and a more detailed biographical sketch of my past work, go to this weblink:
https://obrlnews.wordpress.com/2019/12/01/please-support-orgonomic-science-research-at-the-demeo-laboratory-december-2019-orgone-biophysical-research-lab-obrl/

The above research, and the many other things undertaken through OBRL over the years, could hardly have taken place without the generous support of our donors.
Today I ask those who are able to make a donation, to help fund my research and sustain the good work being undertaken at OBRL. If everyone reading this could give a $50 or $100, or greater donation, based upon the several thousand people on my mailing lists, that would bring a sum sufficient for OBRL needs over several years into the future, and all immediate necessary equipment needs would be met. As noted, all donations to OBRL will be fully reserved for research here at my institute in Oregon, and not for field work anywhere else, as was the case in prior fundraising. OBRL also has no regular employees taking a salary, and the lab building is located on my private property. So OBRL has no property tax to pay, and achieves quite a lot with less than most other non-profits with high administrative overhead. Your donations go directly to equipment and other research-related laboratory necessities.

OBRL is a 501-c-3 non-profit research and educational foundation, approved by the IRS for tax-deductible donations. Please make your donation as soon as possible, for funding of this important research.

You can donate by using our on-line webpage:

http://www.orgonelab.org/donations.htm

Use that webpage to make a donation through the PayPal system which does not require membership to use their service, and will accept most every credit card. They also allow recurring payments, where your monthly donation would be very helpful and appreciated.

Checks or money-orders can also be made out to “Orgone Biophysical Research Lab”, or simply “OBRL”, and sent to the following postal address: PO Box 1148, Ashland, Oregon 97520 USA

Also consider to make a bequest in your will to OBRL.

Contact me directly if you have questions or wish to make a donation by bank-wire.

And for this Christmas-holiday season, consider to give the timeless gift of knowledge, and purchase our books for your gift-giving. Or, get them as a post-Christmas gift to yourself. Make your selection from our own on-line bookstore, Natural Energy Works:  http://www.naturalenergyworks.net

A separate list of our in-house book offerings, with cover photos and weblinks, is also given here:  https://conta.cc/2qCqqPM

For international customers, our books are also found on the Amazon network of international stores or from BookDepository.com with free or lower-cost shipping than we can offer. They are also carried on other large on-line bookstores, or can be found on the shelves, or special ordered at larger street-side bookstores.

Thanks for your generosity and considerations.

To view past OBRL postings, see here:  https://obrlnews.wordpress.com/

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