Anomalous findings in cultured neurons in presence of laser pulses
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The paper describes an experiment carried out activating a laser source in the near of a culture of neural stem cells . The experiment was performed after three years of researches where the experimental conditions were made more and more controlled. The neural signals show spikes in correspondence of the laser pulses, even under strict electromagnetic and optical shielding. No electrical reactions are shown by the control basins. Experimental set-up and bench-tests on the instrumentation used in the experiment are described in detail. A discussion of the results is presented.
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