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Jim here... Back in November of 2010, my friends Joe Prostko, Heather Harris, and I decided to replicate an unusual experiment we'd heard about. Reportedly, some people with health issues had found improvement in their live blood samples after simply grounding themselves for a period of time. We all thought it was interesting enough to try on ourselves, so the above video is the result. ?Since it's 8+ minutes long, I'll spare you any suspense: The results were absolutely inconclusive. (However, we did have fun with it, as you'll see.)

NOTE: The site I'd posted the video on, BlipTV, seems to have gone out of business. Will have to see if I can find the video again and post on youtube.

I edited the videos quite a bit, as I'd been learning about live blood cell work at the time and may have made a few inaccurate or misleading comments (and/or not mentioned a few things then that I might now). But, it's still interesting to watch if you're into live blood work and/or the theories that circulate with respect to benefits of grounding.

We did note a *possible* clearing up of the serum in our blood. However, we cannot necessarily make any definitive conclusions, as (1) we weren't absolutely sure of it, and (2) even it the serum did clear up, there would be no way to prove that grounding was the cause (because, for example, the simple passage of time could be one of many possible explanations).

Have a great weekend, everyone! :-)

Original Comments

Below, we have included the original comments from this blog post. Additional comments may be made via Facebook, below.

On April 23, 2011, jane wrote:

should you find someone on 'really junkie diet'and if the lba was noticeably changed what do you anticipate? they would change their life? you would use a grounding sheet/mat hah you are too sensible surely? you would go for a barefoot stroll eat fresh food and swimm in a river to get better lba readings methinks

On April 23, 2011, Mary Rose wrote:

Hi Jim, happy to connect with you here and looking forward to more interaction. I am writing a program entitled "Moving Into: TOTAL WELLNESS" and doing a lot of journalistic research on different subjects with some real research scientists looking over my shoulder while i do so, one of these being cell biologist Bruce H. Lipton, M.D. Ph.D. So, very interested in the things you are doing and will be following you. And glad we connected on one of Eileen Workman's many dialogs on Facebook. Looking forward to doing good things together. with love and in appreciation for all that you do.

On April 24, 2011, Wendi Dee wrote:

Hi Jane,

The experiment wasn't done because we thought there would be a certain outcome. We had just heard about someone using this type of experiment to prove the grounding mat could show improvement in the live blood.

We are definitely into natural living and healing, so for us a grounding mat doesn't seem necessary if one has more natural means of staying grounded. I don't see a problem with using one, however, if someone else wants to experience some extra grounding (especially if they are stuck indoors all day for some reason).

So, yes...you know us well. We'd do the more natural thing whenever that's an option. ;-)

Lots of love to you,



On April 24, 2011, Wendi Dee wrote:

Hi Mary Rose,

I'm glad you found our blog and it sounds like some fascinating work you're doing! I'll be sure to let Jim know about your comment here and he'll connect with you to reply directly. It's nice to meet you and I hope you'll share all that you learn with us so we can share it with others, as well!

Lots of love to you,