The impact effectiveness of Tadeusz Cegliński’s body is also confirmed by scientific research conducted in 1996 under the supervision of prof. dr. hab. n. med. Witold Tuganowski at the Department of Physiology of the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, currently the Medical University of Silesia. The research, carried out under the supervision of Professor Tuganowski and academics, consisted in registering the systolic activity of an isolated preparation of the rabbit’s heart sinus node on a "blind” basis.
Tadeusz Cegliński during scientific research in the laboratory
of the Department of Physiology of the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice
In the plastic chamber where the specimen was located, two nonpolarizing electrodes were placed, the ends of which were connected to the conductors (1.5 m). The cables ended with holders held by Tadeusz Cegliński.
In six experiments, it was found that Tadeusz Cegliński significantly accelerated the pacemaker rhythm with his influence, on average by about 40 % compared to the control group which was tested the same way and did not exert any influence on the activity of the preparation. It should be noted that there were no devices generating a constant electric or magnetic field or alternating electromagnetic field in the studio or nearby (apart from the municipal network constituting a stable background).
Head of the Department of Physiology, Medical University of Silesia, prof. dr hab. n. med. Witold Tuganowski, summarizing the results of the research, stated that the effect of the tested on the preparation is undeniable. […] the described interaction occurs frequently, is distinct, and the conditions of the experience are controlled, that is, it actually exisits. After all, we cannot deny the existance of phenomena which essence we do not know, there would be no science then.