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U.S. Patent Office Approves Patent for Dr. Colin Rossí Eyebeam Detection Device

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Dallas, TX -- Noted psychiatrist and author Colin A. Ross, M.D. (, whose research into a new science and medicine focused on the human body's electromagnetic field is described in his book, Human Energy Fields (ISBN-13: 978-0-9821851-0-0), has received approval for Patent #7,806,527 from the U.S. Patent Office ( The patent can be accessed by clicking here.

Dr. Ross' device can detect the brain waves emitted through the eye using an electrode that makes no physical contact with the body. He calls his invention an Electromagnetic Beam Detection System, the result of his discovery that the eye emits electromagnetic energy that he calls an "eyebeam."

"We will now develop a prototype device that can detect a human stare from a greater distance, similar to a motion detector or sound sensor," said Dr. Ross. "Such a device could be used to turn on a light, or any other electrical device, from a computer to a garage door opener to an entry system. It would work like a clapper light activated by clapping your hands, except that the signal would be the electromagnetic energy beam emerging through your eyes."

Once a working prototype is available, Dr. Ross will identify a manufacturing partner.

Dr. Ross proposes that the sense of being stared at was selected for during predator-prey interactions. A gazelle that could subliminally detect the stare of a lion would feel a sense of danger or threat, would run away, and would have a better chance of surviving. In humans, the sense of being stared at is unreliable but nevertheless is a common experience. The new technology in Patent #7,806,527 makes it possible to study the sense of being stared at scientifically for the first time.

A second Patent Pending by Dr. Ross uses the same electrode technology to construct a Whole Body Electromagnetic Scanner that would be like an MRI machine, except that it would scan the electromagnetic field of the body to detect and track disease at an early stage. A recently published paper, "Simultaneous Variation in the Heart and Brain Electrical Fields," ( by Dr. Ross provides the first data on scanning the heart and brain electrical fields simultaneously. Dr. Ross expects this line of research to lead eventually to the Whole Body Electromagnetic Scanner.

A video about the patent featuring Dr. Ross is posted at

About Dr. Colin Ross

Dr. Ross is the author of 150 papers in professional journals and 23 books. He has lectured widely in North America, Europe, China, New Zealand and Australia, has reviewed for many different psychiatry journals, and received a number of research grants. His writing also includes short stories, poems, aphorisms, plays and essays on a wide range of topics.

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