Results of GCI Interconnectedness Study and Installation of New Sensor Site
Rollin McCraty, Ph.D.
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Join the Global Coherence Monitoring System Development Team Coordinator, Rollin McCraty, Ph.D., for this compelling webinar: Primary Results of the GCI Interconnectedness Study and Installation of New Monitoring Site in Saudi Arabia.
In this webinar, Rollin will review, in detail, the primary results of the GCI Interconnectedness study. Learn more about how the planetary field environment affects us, as he discusses data from the study that found correlations between solar activity, the earth’s magnetic fields, our energy levels and how we feel.
Rollin will share his experience of overseeing the construction of our new Global Coherence Monitoring System site installed in Saudi Arabia. He will show many pictures and explain the site installation process. In addition, he will share highlights from the Saudi Arabian conference on advanced cardiovascular sciences where the new GCMS site was first publicly announced and future research directions with GCI’s collaborators in Saudi Arabia.
He will also talk about GCI’s ongoing work to develop automated software programs to analyze the data coming in from remote sites, and GCI’s need to deploy additional strategically positioned sensor sites in other parts of the world.
McCraty is the project coordinator for the Global Coherence Monitoring System and HMI’s executive vice president and director of research. He is a psychophysiologist whose research background and interest includes the physiology of emotions and the mechanisms by which emotions influence cognitive processes, behavior and health. He is a respected international authority on the intelligence of the heart.