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Influence of the Consciousness Field on the Cement Properties and Behavior  Bahareh Kazazi , Mohammad Ali Taheri; Azadeh Meshkin-Far (Civil Engineering, Cosmointel Inc., Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of))   P1

According to the inventor of the methods of influence on the particles by consciousness fields, Mohammad Ali Taheri, the material world is formed of consciousness and the consciousness acts as a vast internet network. It is possible to influence all the particles of the universe through the Interuniversal Consciousness Network (ICN), without spending time and space. This influence depends on the fundamental characteristics of the particle. In other words, it can be accessed to any particle as a web site and have particular influences on them through the ICN. So far, the behavior of cement under electric and magnetic fields has been tested in other studies. In this study, based on the aforementioned introduction, two sets of independent tests on cement were performed. In the process of fabricating the samples, they were all made by the laboratory personnel of Amirkabir University of Technology, who had no knowledge of the fields. The samples were named randomly and made of standard sand and type II cement. First 5 sets of cement mortar were made, each set composed of three 160mm*40*40*cube molds based on standard ISIR 393 with weight ratio of 1 cement, 3 sand and half water; one set as the control set and the other four sets under the influence of consciousness fields. Then, at 7, 29 and 42 days of age, their compressive and flexural strength were measured. Moreover, four sets of samples were made to examine the alkaline reaction of aggregates using the accelerated prismatic mortar method based on standard ASTM C1260. The ratio of dry materials for mortar testing was 1 cement to 2.25 granulated aggregates by weight. The ratio of water to cement was 0.47. The mortar mixing was done according to the standard ASTM C305 requirements. The samples were put into wet chambers immediately after molding. The samples were taken out of the molds after 24 hours. First reading was done with a precision of 0.002 mm. The samples prepared with one type of aggregate were put in one sealed chamber with enough water to drown them. Then the chambers were placed in an oven at 80 degrees Celsius. After 24 hours, the chambers were taken out of the oven respectively. Then baseline of each prim was read immediately after drying their surfaces and they were put back into the chambers with enough 1 normal NaOH to drown the samples. The chambers were sealed and placed back in an oven at 80 degrees Celsius. The mean expansion of the four samples for each cement and aggregate composition was reported at approximately 0.01% in the observed periods. On average, 7 days and 42 days of age showed an increase in compressive strength of 6 and 15.6%, respectively. Moreover, 6% increase in flexural strength has been seen at 42 days of age. Moreover, in the alkaline reaction assay, three samples under the consciousness field influence had an average decrease of 7% in expansion (p-value=0.008). Cement has a basic hardening character and has become harder under the consciousness field.