Harry Jabs

Subtle Energy Detection and Measurement

Harry Jabs

Subtle Energy Detection and Measurement

Biography

Harry Jabs holds two masters degrees in experimental physics: one from the University of Hamburg, Germany (X-ray and crystallography), and one from Texas A&M University, Texas (nuclear). Currently he works as Senior Scientist/Engineer with Dr. Beverly Rubik of the Institute for Frontier Science, a nonprofit laboratory in Emeryville, California.

Jabs is an experienced multidisciplinary scientist with inventions and innovations in the fields of physics, chemistry, biochemistry, electronics, mechanics, micromechanics, material science and computer science. He has led interdisciplinary science teams to invent and use novel technology breakthroughs to solve complex real-world problems in diverse areas such as energy, nano/bio-technology, instrumentation, sensors systems, fluid handling as well as software development.

He researched electric, magnetic and quantum field effects on living organisms, including biophotons and healing at a distance as well as effects of EMF and ELF radiation on humans. He holds three patents, eight disclosures of inventions and two NASA Certificates of Recognition. He developed 21 product concepts in areas of sensors, automotive engineering, long-duration space travel, nuclear cancer therapy, X-ray generation, household appliances, solar and wind energy harnessing, water treatment, drug delivery, and micro-fluidics. He authored over 40 research and development proposals and contracts to government agencies as well as private entities, and has 16 professional publications in peer-reviewed scientific publications, trade journals and industry papers.

In the pursuit of his goals of gaining a deeper understanding of our multidimensional universe Dr. Jabs considers concepts and processes that may go beyond the paradigm of currently accepted science and technology. He is open to entirely new concepts that reflect consciousness interactions with living and material objects, an area that natural science has not been able to characterize. “Just because we have not discovered it yet, does not mean it does not exist” could be his motto.