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                         Teresa Studzinski

                         President and Co-Founder

 

Teresa is an Expert in the training program of Preventive Wing Quiet Impact groups, in the Unified Field Technology (TM&TM Sidhi Technique)  Social and Military Application.

As a business woman, and investigative journalist, member of The Foreign Press Association in New York and The National Press Club in Washington, DC., she travelled widely to interview such political figures as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Henry Kissinger, and many others. Teresa holds an MA from Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland. 1997-2001 she participated in the Netherlands Management Cooperation Program - established in the Netherlands, The Hague, in cooperation between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, and the General Employers Federation in the Netherlands, aimed to assist industry and transfer top management skills. For many years she was the head of Public Relations of the U.S. media company, H.S. and SAGA in Europe.

In 1990, Teresa met in Warsaw and invited to the Jagiellonian University a group of leading world scientists who pioneered the research on the Unified Field Technology(TM & TMSIdhi) Quiet Impact Groups : Dr. David Orme-Johnson, Dr. Susan and Michael Dillbeck, Dr. Keith Wallace, Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. Bevan Morris, Dr. John Hagelin,.

Encouraged by the scientists, and under the professional supervision of the scholars, Teresa became involved and undertook individual studies on the research and field tests with the Unified Field Technology (TM&TM Sidhi) Quiet Impact Groups - their social and military application (in educational institutions, in the penitentiary system, in the military), especially in tested experimental [ELR] group patterns. The extensive large scale field tests classified in the field of modern social science and statistics, were done and researched by both the Americans and the Russians from 1972-1994, in both developed and developing countries, including the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia and Latin America. One of the largest groups was created in the Soviet Union, under Dr. David Orme-Johnson’s direct supervision.

Teresa founded The Global Alliance for Preventive Wings in the Military,  after working with the international group of scientists and training professionals implementing and researching the Unified Field Technology(TM & TM Sidhi) Quiet Impact Groups effect for several years, and after long time cooperation with Polish government members and their advisers of early 1990s, like, among others, Joseph Wegrzyn, adviser and team member of Prime Minister of Poland Waldemar Pawlak. Teresa was awarded special awards, in 1986 and 1992  for her contribution towards democracy in Poland by Pope John Paul II.

Areas of expertise

  • Preventive Wing Impact statistical and medical Research Database (the Combined Impact: 50 statistical studies, on 42 field tests 1972-1994, the Individual Impact: 700 medical research,)
  • Preventive Wing operation planning (anywhere from 50 to 7,000 participants)
  • Preventive Wing training operation management.
  • Preventive Wing training follow-up for maintaining the improvement result.



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 The approach has been  validated by more than 50 replications & 23 studies  published in leading peer-reviewed  scientific journals.It is based on 25 years of scientific research. It has been endorsed by hundreds of independent scientists and scholars.

 

The Unified Field technology, Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) is THE ONLY METHOD of  violence prevention and conflict resolution based on modern statistical research. All the approaches used today lack even  the  slightest  statistical  evaluation as  to  their effectiveness. They based on guess.

 

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"Compared with the market-driven, killer-app insta-culture of the Digital Age, the new Large Hadron Collider exists in a near-magical realm, a $9 billion cathedral of science that is apparently, in any practical sense, useless."

 

              Kurt Andersen, Vanity Fair, 

                                     January 2010