Parapsicologia RJ - Geraldo dos Santos Sarti



 G .S. Sarti


Two basic types of three space dimensions tachyons may be distinguished: Feinberg (1967) and Goldoni (1972).

Both os them have real mass when in movement. In the case of tachyon-psi or psicons, here described by Sarti – 1988, proposed, the situation is the opposite: the protomass is real and bradyonic, and the mass in superluminal movement is imaginary:

m =     imo / (v2 – 1)1/2

The total energy of the psicons is also imaginary:

E2 = P2 + m2 < 0 : (v2 / v2 – 1 > 1)


For that reason the psicon is connected to other no real forms of mind energy well related to semantic informacional and neguentropic processes.


The wave  functions associated with psicons shall not form a packet because its group velocity would be subluminal. The function  τΨ, a plane wave obtained as a solution of the Schroedinger’s equations without interaction potentials, is associated with the psicons:

 τψ = exp i(κx - ωt)

Since the  τψ  functions d’ont form packets, by manipulating the de Broglie expressions we obtain:

vphase = λμ = E/P = (1 + m2 /p2)1/2 > 1


Moreover, taking into account that the wave number k and the angular frequency w are constants, we conclude that the linear momentum p and the to tal energy E of the particle are determinated.

Considering the uncertainty principle and the Born’s postulate, the spacial and temporal indeteminations of the psicons are infinite:

Δx = ∞
Δt = ∞

∫ (τψ)*(τψ)dV = ∞


As a result, the psiconic particles have maximum probability, 1, throughout every point of space and time. We have an ocean of psicons which covers all space-time.


Bearing in mind that different functions  τψ do not maintain linear relation λμ = c and that phase constants (κx - ωt)n are differents then the wave functions τψ are dispersively propagated and their superposition must form a subluminal packet more or less localized.

The packet frmed in that manner represents a real particle. If the wave number κ lies in a narrow interval  Δκ , the superpositins of Fourier plane waves will be:

ψ =   Δκ  a (κ) (τψ) d κ

By using Taylor expansion with a fixed value  κ0 and not considering terms greater then one degree, we obtain:

ω( κ ) = ω0 + (dω/dκ)κ0 (κ - κ0)

The result is a real group – particle with definite probabilities of space-time occupation in the interval (0,1):

ψ =  (τψ)0   ●   integral modulation with group velocity

This demonstration represents a first try on the use of the psicons. Such proceeding may be of help to understand parapsycological and  other PSI-phenomena related to the origin of matter.