Alexander Golod, who coordinated groups of scientists in Russia, carried out scientific studies for over a decade in fiberglass Pyramids built by him. The results showed significant positive effects for both biological and non-biological materials. The largest Pyramid built by Alexander Golod in Russia is 44 meters (144 feet) high and weights 55 tons.
Brief Summary of Pyramid Research Results
1. Immune system of organisms improved (blood leukocyte composition increased);
2. Improved regeneration of tissue;
3. Seeds stored in the pyramid for 1-5 days showed a 30-100% increase in yield;
4. Soon after construction of the Lake Seliger pyramid a marked improvement of the ozone was noted above the area;
5. Seismic activity near the pyramid research areas are reduced in severity and size;
6. Violent weather also appears to decrease in the vicinity of the pyramids;
7. Pyramids constructed in Southern Russia (Bashkiria) appeared to have a positive effect on oil production with oil becoming less viscous by 30% and the yield of the oil wells increased according to tests carried out by the Moscow Academy of Oil and Gas.
8. A study was done on 5000 prisoners who ingested salt and pepper that had been exposed to the pyramid energy field. The test subjects exhibited a greatly reduced violence rate and overall behavior was much improved.
9. Standard tissue culture tests showed an increase in survival of cellular tissue after infection by viruses and bacteria;
10. Radioactive substances show a decreased level of radiation inside the pyramid;
11. There are reports of spontaneous charging of capacitors;
12. Physicists observed significant changes in superconductivity temperature thresholds and in the properties of semi-conducting and carbon nano materials.
13. Water inside the pyramid will remain liquid to minus 40 degrees Celsius but freeze instantly if jostled or bumped in any way.