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  • Wood-Rot as Bionous Disintegration? - Duration: 8 minutes, 37 seconds.

    • 4 years ago
    • 340 views
    WIlhelm Reich suggested in his orgonomic journal that rot in wood was a process of bionous disintegration. A boat-builder supported his claim, writing to him to tell him that he had seen rot deep i...
  • Bions from Stainless-Steel Filings - Duration: 4 minutes, 30 seconds.

    • 4 years ago
    • 616 views
    This video shows an unexpected finding from C O R E's bion research, that stainless-steel filings produce vigorous bion growth, whereas pure copper filings do not. It contains no basic background i...
  • Amoebae in Hay Infusion - Duration: 7 minutes, 52 seconds.

    • 4 years ago
    • 712 views
    In the nineteen thirties Wilhelm Reich claimed to have observed amoebae originating from disintegrating grass in water. The amoebae filmed here were seen in an infusion of hay and boiled water in a...
  • Natural History of the Bion 1 - Duration: 9 minutes.

    • 4 years ago
    • 319 views
    It appears that earlier microscopists must have unknowingly seen bions in their cultures, as they are easy to produce and occur naturally in many water habitats. Bions were first discovered and nam...
  • Bions from an Iron Filing (after Wilhelm Reich) - Duration: 5 minutes, 48 seconds.

    • 5 years ago
    • 4,698 views
    This is a simple replication of an experiment described by Reich in The Cancer Biopathy, page 25. Information on the camera and microscope used are at the end of the video. Uploading to YouTube alw...
  • Rock-Dust Bions Filmed down a Brunel SP150 Microscope.avi - Duration: 8 minutes, 6 seconds.

    • 5 years ago
    • 1,093 views
    These video clips of rock-dust bions were made with C O R E's new Brunel SP150 microscope. When it arrived, I tested it with this culture and the images were so clear that I wondered what they woul...
  • Life from Sterile Hay-Infusions? - Duration: 7 minutes, 21 seconds.

    • 7 years ago
    • 1,855 views
    Motile forms seen in a hay-infusion boiled ten times and then autoclaved. These findings appear to confirm the claims made by Wilhelm Reich in The Bion Experiments on the Origin of Life, first publ...
  • Robert Brown and Wilhelm Reich: Brownian Motion and the Discovery of the Bions - Duration: 10 minutes.

    • 7 years ago
    • 19,146 views
    Robert Brown was the first microscopist to observe and describe the bions, later discovered and described in detail by Wilhelm Reich in the nineteen thirties. 'Brownian motion' is inaccurately used...
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