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The Electrical Properties of Cancer Cells

2017-01-17T12:04:55-05:00

Normal cells possess the ability to communicate information inside themselves and between other cells.  The coordination of information by the cells of the body is involved in the regulation and integration of cellular functions and cell growth.  When cancer arises cancer cells are no longer regulated by the normal control mechanisms. DOWNLOAD PDF

Antimicrobial Resistance in the European Union and the World

2017-01-17T12:05:06-05:00

Drug-resistant pathogens are notorious globe-trotters.  They travel well in infected air passengers and through global trade in food.  In addition, the growth of medical tourism has accelerated the international spread of hospital-acquired infections that are frequently resistant to multiple drugs... The EU has its eyes wide open to the problem.  This is readily seen in the number of recent policies, directives, technical reports, strategies, and regulatory decisions designed to reduce antibiotic consumption, in humans and animals, ensure the prudent use of these fragile medicines, and protect specific agents that are critically important for human medicine. DOWNLOAD PDF

Effect of Non-Hertzian Scalar Waves on the Immune System

2017-01-17T12:05:06-05:00

The recent availability of scalar generator in the form of a Tesla watch has facilitated scientific research into the biological effects of this new type of non-Hertzian electromagnetic (EM) energy.  The scientific rational for conducting this type of research is discussed with respect to the non-linear nature of biological systems.  Preliminary research findings are -: presented which indicate that scalar fields enhance the immune system, as measure by increased DNA field produced by the watch in the absence of the mobius strip, it can be concluded that scalar energy is more biologically active than traditional EM fields, at least in this system. DOWNLOAD PDF

Cellular Communication Through Light

2017-01-17T12:05:06-05:00

Information transfer is a fundamental of life. A few studies have reported that cells use photons (from an endogenous source) as information carriers. This study finds that cells can have an influence on other cells even when separated with a glass barrier, thereby disabling molecule diffusion through the cell-containing medium. As there is still very little known about the potential of photons for intercellular communication this study is designed to test for non-molecule-based triggering of two fundamental properties of life: cell division and energy uptake. The study was performed with a cellular organism, the ciliate Paramecium caudatum. Mutual exposure of cell populations occurred under conditions of darkness and separation with cuvettes (vials) allowing photon but not molecule transfer. The cell populations were separated either with glass allowing photon transmission from 340 nm to longer waves, or quartz being transmittable from 150 nm, i.e. from UVlight to longer waves. Even through glass, the cells affected cell division and energy uptake in neighboring cell populations. Depending on the cuvette material and the number of cells involved, these effects were positive or negative. Also, while paired populations with lower growth rates grew uncorrelated, growth of the better growing populations was correlated. As there were significant differences when separating the populations with glass or quartz, it is suggested that the cell populations use two (or more) frequencies for cellular information transfer, which influences at least energy uptake, cell division rate and growth correlation. Altogether the study strongly supports a cellular communication system, which is different from a molecule-receptor-based system and hints that photon-triggering is a fine tuning principle in cell chemistry. DOWNLOAD PDF

The Biophysical Properties of the Transdermal Measurement

2017-01-17T12:05:07-05:00

Electrodermology asserts that skin resistance micromeasurements are diagnostic.  Most all internal disturbances also affect the skin by topographical electric changes and patterns on micropoints in the skin.  The transdermal measurement is a complicated state of affairs as the paper will point out. Download PDF

Biological Effects of Quantum Fields and Their Role in the Natural Healing Proces

2017-01-17T12:05:08-05:00

Physicists are well aware of the existence of energy fields which have properties which are not explained by the classical equations of Maxwell or Schrodinger. Experimental anomalies associated with “free energy” research may also involve non-classical energy fields, refered to here as quantum fields.  Recent findings in biology indicate that certain biomolecules act as superconductors and biological systems in general exhibit non-local, global properties which are consistent with their ability to function at the quantum level. The possibilities that such anomalous behavior might be accounted for by the presence of endogenous quantum fields in biological systems has received little attention. Experimental evidence is presented in this paper in support of this hypothesis. It has been previously proposed that quantum fields can be generated (in combination with potential fields) from self-canceling coils with unique winding geometries. These coils were used to demonstrate that quantum fields inhibit neurotransmitter uptake into nerve cells, stimulate the growth of human lymphocytes (white blood cells) and alter the absorption of UV light of water treated with quantum fields. In all cases, the quantum fields produced larger effects than clasical electromagnetic force fields. This new expeimental evidence is used as the basis for a model which introduces the concept of a bio-field composed of layers comprising force fields, potential fields and quantum fields embeded within one another. The model further proposes that healing information originates from a higher dimensional source and is transformed into biologically usable electromagnetic energy as it propagates through the layers of the bio-field. Download PDF

The Basis of Bioelectromagnetism

2017-01-17T12:05:08-05:00

The resurgence of interest in this eccentric genius can be correlated with the recent rediscovery of the exciting field of electromedicine. At the turn of the century when Tesla was doing his pioneering work, there was also tremendous interest in the medical applications of electromagnetism.  Unfortunately, due to the political and scientific climate of the time, Tesla died a misunderstood pauper and electromedicine was effectively suppressed by the medical establishment, along with other alternative practices such as homeopathy. Both Tesla and electromedicine were guilty of being ahead of their time, but it seems now, 90 years later, perhaps the world is ready for new ideas. Download PDF

Altering of Molecular Movement ELF-Electromagnetic Disease Transmission

2017-01-17T12:05:08-05:00

The physics and engineering behind electromagnetic disease transmission is truly amazing. Back in 1974, Soviet biologist A.P. Dubrov reported that "all living organisms emit gravitational (electromagnetic) waves." Dubrov recited data from his own experiments with polarizing microscopes (which divide light into its components for easier observation) to support his claim that high-frequency oscillations, or rhythmic movements, of the cell's molecules, can generate biogravitational electromagnetic waves and can propagate (transmit) them over long distances. Download PDF

The Science of Bioenergetic & Bioelectric Technologies

2017-01-17T12:05:08-05:00

The light of human progess is not a dim glow that gradually becomes more luminous with time. The panorama of human evolution is illuminated by sudden bursts of dazzling brilliance in intellectual accomplishments that throw beams far ahead to give us a glimpse of the distant future, that we may more correctly guide our wavering steops today. 1944 - Prodigal Genius by J. O'Neill Download PDF

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