Journal of Nonlocality and Remote Mental Interactions February 2003 Vol II Nr 1
 
 
 
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS
 

 


INDEX

 

A. CONFERENCES

B. SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS AND RESEARCH LABS

C. RESEARCH PROPOSALS

D. DATABASES AND OTHER RESOURCES


 

CONFERENCES

 

1. First International Conference on The Science of Whole Person Healing

2.  Quantum Mind 2003:   Consciousness, Quantum Physics and the Brain

3.  2003 International Conference on Science and Consciousness 

4  International Conference on Biophotons and Biophotonics

5. The 8th symposium of the International Association for Biologically Closed Electric Circuits in
 Biomedicine

6. Third European Energy Psychology & Energy Therapies Conference

7. CASYS '03: Sixth International Conference on Computing Anticipatory Systems


1.  First International Conference on The Science of Whole Person Healing
March 28-30, 2003  in  Washington, DC

An interdisciplinary conference organized by leading scientists, engineers, physicians, and CAM practitioners
for:

· scientists, engineers, physicians, CAM practitioners
· the interested public
· NIH, NSF, DoD, DoE, HHS program managers
· Foundation, Federal agency, and Congressional staffers

Program Content 

· Authoritative, up-to-date presentations by the world's leaders on the enormous scientific database
 accumulated from data in each field - from fMRI on acupuncture, to psychic surgery in Brazil, to the role of
 intention on inanimate and living systems

· Reports by current NIH, DoD, and private foundation (NFAM, Chopra Foundation, Samueli Institute,
Templeton Foundation) grantees for research in various CAM practices

· Data from worldwide research on outcomes from low-cost, low-tech healing practices


Among the Major Speakers

Jeanne Achterberg  Alternative Therapies   Iris Bell  U. Arizona  
John Bockris  Texas A&M  
Juliana Brooks  Berkshire Labs
Larry Dossey  Alternative Therapies  
Hans-Peter Duerr  Max Planck Inst 
Henry Heimlich  Heimlich Institute  
Jack Houck  Boeing Corp  
Wayne Jonas  Samueli Inst  
Joie P. Jones   U. California Irvine   Konstantin Korotkov   St. Petersburg U. 
Candace Pert   Georgetown U.  
Rustum Roy  Penn State U.  
Marilyn Schlitz  Inst of Noetic Sciences   
David Simon  Chopra Foundation
Gary Schwartz   U. of Arizona
George Sudarshan  U. Texas
William Tiller   Stanford U.


For more information and registration, go to
http://www.wholepersonhealing.com
Email: info@wholepersonhealing.com

 

 
2.  Quantum Mind 2003:   Consciousness, Quantum Physics and the Brain
March 15-19, 2003,
Tucson Convention Center and Leo Rich Theater
The University of Arizona
www.consciousness.arizona.edu/quantum-mind2


Could quantum information be the key to understanding consciousness?
Will the study of consciousness enable quantum information technology?

The nature of consciousness and its place in the universe remain mysterious.
Classical models view consciousness as computation among the brain's neurons
but fail to address its enigmatic features. At the same time quantum processes
(superposition of states, nonlocality, entanglement,) also remain mysterious,
yet are being harnessed in revolutionary information technologies (quantum
computation, quantum cryptography and quantum teleportation.)

A relation between consciousness and quantum effects has been pondered for
nearly a century, and in the past decades quantum processes in the brain
have been invoked as explanations for consciousness and its enigmatic features.
Critics deride this comparison as a mere "minimization of mysteries" and
quickly point out that the brain is too warm for quantum computation, which
in the technological realm requires extreme cold to avoid "decoherence" (i.e.
the loss of seemingly delicate quantum states by interaction with the
environment.)


However quantum computation would surely be advantageous from an evolutionary
perspective, and biology has had 4 billion years to solve the decoherence
problem and evolve quantum mechanisms. Furthermore, recent experimental evidence
indicates quantum non-locality occurring in conscious and subconscious brain
function, and functional quantum processes in molecular biology are becoming
more and more apparent.

Much like study of the brain's synaptic connections promoted artificial neural
networks in the 1980's, appreciation of biological quantum information
processing may promote quantum information technology. Moreover, macroscopic quantum
processes are being proposed as intrinsic features in cosmology, evolution
and social interactions.

Following the first "Quantum Mind" conference held in Flagstaff at Northern
Arizona University in 1999, "Quantum Mind 2003" will update current status
and future directions, and provide dialog with skeptical criticism of the
proposed synthesis of quantum information science and the brain.

Confirmed speakers include:


Sir Roger Penrose, Paul Benioff, Henry Stapp, Guenter Mahler, Mae Wan Ho,
Paavo Pylkkanen, Harald Walach, Jiri Wackerman, Jack Tuszynski, Dick Bierman,
Koichiro Matsuno, Stuart Hameroff, Nancy Woolf, Scott Hagan, Paola Zizzi,
Alexander Wendt, Jeffrey Satinover, Roeland van Wijk, Guenter Albrecht-Buehler,
Ken Augustyn, Sisir Roy, Menas Kafatos, Hartmann Roemer and E. Roy John

Submitted abstracts will be considered for Plenary Talks, Short Talks or
Posters. Deadline for abstract submission is December 1, 2002.

Topics:
* Quantum models of consciousness
* Quantum information science
* Decoherence, anti-decoherence and topological quantum error correction
* Cosmology and consciousness
* Protein, cytoskeletal and DNA dynamics
* Time: physics and perception
* Nonlocality and entanglement between macro-systems: experimental evidence
* Quantum mind and social science
* Skeptical criticism

For further information including abstract submission, registration and lodging
see www.consciousness.arizona.edu/quantum-mind2

Sponsored by
Center for Consciousness Studies, The University of Arizona;
The Fetzer Institute; The YeTaDeL Foundation;
The Samueli Institute for Information Biology;
School of Computational Science, George Mason University;
Mind Science Foundation
 


 
3.  2003 International Conference on Science and Consciousness 
April 25 - 30, 2003,  Albuquerque Hilton,  Albuquerque, New Mexico USA


Quantum physics has opened the door to the frontier where science and spirituality meet.  Many people are
having experiences that cannot be explained by the old scientific paradigms, and we are called to reconsider
our cultural view of reality.  Consequently, there is an increasing openness and curiosity about research in the 
exploration of consciousness, from the perspectives of science and spirituality.

The International Conference on Science and Consciousness is a breakthrough forum of vanguard  thinkers 
from the fields of science and consciousness studies, joining together to inform and inspire all who attend.

Over 40 leading edge presenters include:

Michio Kaku, Ph.D., theoretical physicist, advisor to NASA, author: "Hyperspace: a scientific odyssey 
through parallel universes, time warps and the 10th dimension"; "Beyond Einstein"; "Introduction to 
superstrings"; "Quantum field theory"; "Quarks, symmetries and strings" 
Peter Russell
,  DCS Computer Science, author, "The brain book"; "Waking up in time"; "The global brain
awakens"; "The consciousness revolution" and others
John Hagelin, PhD Physics, Director, Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy
William Tiller
, PhD, professor emeritus, Department of Materials Science, Stanford University; author, 
"Science and human transformation: subtle energies, intentionality and consciousness"; "Conscious acts of 
creation: the emergence of a new physics"
Ralph Abraham, PhD, editor, International Journal of Bifurcations and Chaos, author, "Chaos in 
discrete dynamical sytems", "The evolutionary mind", "Dynamics - the geometry of behavior", "The chaos 
avant-garde" and others
Story Musgrave, MD (NASA Astronaut: "Spaceflight - A Cognitive Psychology of Gravitational Orientation")
Larry Dossey, MD, author, "The Re-Invention of Medicine and Space"; "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly"
John DeLuca, PhD, professor and former director, Neuropsychology Lab, Wayne State University School 
of Medicine 
Craig Webb, cofounder and director, Dreams Foundation, dream and lucid dream researcher, Stanford 
University
Amit Goswami, PhD Physics, author "Quantum Mechanics, the self-aware universe: how consciousness 
creates the material world"
Stanislav Grof, MD  founding president of the International Transpersonal Association, author, "The 
holotropic mind", "The cosmic game: explorations of the frontiers of human consciousness" and others

We invite you to expand your personal awareness and participate in the exploration of consciousness from 
multiple perspectives.

For more information, contact The Message Company at 505-474-0998, marek@bizspirit.com, or 
www.bizspirit.com.



4. International Conference on Biophotons and Biophotonics
October 12-16, 2003
Beijing, China

Organized by the Commission for Photobiophysics, the Biophysical Society of China and the International 
Institute of Biophysics

 

The Scope of the Conference

The Conference will provide a forum for exchanging and discussing the all-important advances in the fields 
of Biophoton and the photonics in biomedical science and engineering. The photons from biological system 
could be spontaneous chemiluminescence, bioluminescence, fluorescence, and transmitted or scattered light 
within or through biological systems. Emphasis will be put on various advances imaging technology, as well as 
their scientific bases and biomedical applications. The imaging technology for observing molecular events in 
single live cells and the noninvasive imaging and monitoring systems with high optical sensitivity and spatial 
resolution will be the hot topics to be discussed. The conference would also provide a good atmosphere 
for interaction among physicists, chemists, optical engineers, biologists and medical doctors.

The Program will embrace nine special topics:

1. The physical, chemical and biological properties of biophotons.
2. Diagnostic application of biophotons in Medical, Agricultural and environmental sciences.
3. Physics on photon diffusion, scattering and reflection in biological system.
4. Innovative methods for fluorescence labeling of macromolecules.
5. Clinical application of new optical approaches for Noninvasive diagnosis, localization and treatment of tumors.
6. Optical tomography, such as OCT and Endoscopy.
7. Functional molecular imaging at cellular and subcellular level, especially the application of GFP and other 
fluorescence proteins.
8. New optical technology for visualization, measurement, analysis, and manipulation in biomedical science.
9. Other optical imaging technology

Organizing Committee

Chairman: Xun Shen (China)
Co-Chairman: Fritz-Albert Popp (Germany)
Secretary-General: Yaning Liu (China)
Members:
Hanben Niu (China) Liangbi Li (China) Jiin-Ju Chang (China) Jianhua Yang (China) Xiaolin Ynag (China) 
Hui Ma (China) Da Xing( China) Qingming Luo (China) L. Beloussov (Russia) R. Van Wijk (Netherlands) 
I. Makino (Japan) H. Hiruma (Japan)


Registration

Registration will entitle participants to attend the Scientific Meetings, Welcome Reception, Conference 
Banquet, and to receive Conference materials.


Call for Papers/Posters

The participants wishing to attend the Conference and present Oral talk or poster are requested to fill the 
appropriate bow in the attached Reply Form and send to Conference secretariat by January 30, 2003. The 
deadline for abstract submission will be indicated in the Second Announcement. In order to be preferentially 
selected as oral presentation, you are kindly requested to submit your abstract to the Conference Secretariat 
before March 15.

For reply and questions:
Reply Form
E-mail: sb@sun5.ibp.ac.cn
Conference Secretariat, Mrs. Shunyi Wei
The Biophysical Society of China
15 Datun Road, Chaoyang District
Beijing 100101, China

 


5. Call for papers--8th international IABC meeting in Greece
From:  "Scott Hill 
Date:  Thu Jan 16, 2003  4:37 pm



From the IABC headquarters in Florida we have received this announcement of the upcoming 8th annual 
meeting in Greece. I have previously posted in this forum the program for the 7th int'l conference in Helsingør, 
Denmark, plus several supplementary reports on the EChT cancer therapy, Dr. Nordenstrøms work, and other 
EM experimental therapy techniques. Please search the archives of "bioelectromagnetics" (under yahoogroups) 
if you have not seen these articles.

Please send your abstracts and articles directly to the IABC, and not  to us! However, we will be willing to 
help European, Asian and African/South American authors who are weak in technical English to
help restructure their papers in English, and I hope that this time, we will be able to make the proceedings 
available in electronic form.

Scott Hill
bioelectromagnetics group
Frontier Sciences European Network
info@frontiersciences.zzn.com
http://zap.to/frontiersciences




THE 8TH SYMPOSIUM OF THE IABC

Sponsored by the INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR BIOLOGICALLY CLOSED 
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS IN BIOMEDICINE 
in cooperation with the Laboratory of Medical Physics of the Medical School, and Department of 
Nuclear Technology of the Polytechnic School, Democritus University of Thrace; Alexandroupolis and 
Xanthi Campuses


When: September 19 - 22, 2003
Where: Thraki Palace Hotel Alexandroupolis, Greece

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Symposium President: Professor Photios Anninos
Vice President Professor Nikolaos Tsagas
Vice President Dr. Adam Adamoupolis
Dr. Athanasia Kotini
Corresponding Secretary: Ms. Ionela Tranca



Dear IABC Associates and Friends,

The forthcoming IABC Symposium promises to be of vital interest to an ever widening group of attendees. 
We anticipate a variety of alternative medical presentations from many parts of the globe, but
our primary focus will be on electrical and/or electromagnetically based medical innovations helpful particularly 
to oncologists, ophthalmologists, and neurologists.

CANCER and EchT (Direct Current)

Oncologists attending their first IABC symposium can benefit from the fifteen years of experience our 300 
Chinese associates have had with the application of electrochemical therapy (EchT) to many types of
cancer as well as hemangioma. Today literally thousands of cancer patients have been treated with EchT, 
and the success rates achieved have been far higher than any reported in western medicine. Led by
Professor Xin Yu-Ling, EchT is now being taught to physicians in South Korea and other countries on the 
Pacific Rim. EchT is also being used successfully at Klinik St. Georg, Bad Aibling, Germany and
in several other European clinics. Professor Bjorn E. W. Nordenstrøm  discovered EchT and introduced 
this technique to China in 1987 where it has now become fully accepted by the Chinese Medical Association.

AGE RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION (Micro currents)

The leading cause of blindness in persons over the age of 65 is now being effectively treated by means of 
micro currents of electricity. Several leading American researchers now preparing to introduce this
therapy into the medical mainstream will be offering presentations. In 1997 U.S. Golfing legend, the late 
Sam Snead, was treated with MCS (micro current stimulation) and over a period of four days his vision
in the better eye improved from 20/100 to 20/30. This improvement is atypically high, but in the great majority 
of ARMD cases there is either some improvement or a halt in the progressive degeneration.
MCS has also been proven efficacious in the treatment of retinitus pigmentosa.

We look forward to learning of the recent progress made applying MCS not only to vision problems, but 
also to neuromuscular and other medical problems.


NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS (Weak Magnetic Fields)

Professors Photios Anninos, Nikolaos Tsagas, and their associates have been making medical history with the 
application of weak magnetic fields to an array of medical disorders. For more than a decade Parkinson’s 
Disease and epilepsy have been very successfully treated with extremely weak magnetic fields. Other 
neurological disorders such as cerebral palsy, Alzheimer’s Disease, and multiple sclerosis have also responded, 
but not as remarkably as has PD or epilepsy.
 
More recently weak magnetic fields have been successfully applied in the treatment of schizophrenia, autism, 
and infertility. The limits of efficacy for this treatment have not yet been determined.

Our symposium president, Professor Anninos, will be pleased to share information on the numerous medical 
achievements made by the department of medical physics.
 
Attendees will visit the department laboratory housed in the new University Hospital, the largest hospital in 
the Balkans.


The Symposium Challenge


Physicians, but especially neurologists who wish to attend the symposium are invited to bring with them one 
or two Parkinson’s patients from their country of origin. The PD patients must be ambulatory, and otherwise 
in good health. The patients will be evaluated and treated during the course of the symposium.

A maximum of ten patients will be accepted for evaluation and treatment. For more information, please contact 
Carl F. Firley, medical coordinator for "The Symposium Challenge."

Attendees can inspect the superconducting quantum interference device (or SQUID) and see for themselves 
how the SQUID is used to evaluate the patient and thereafter, how weak magnetic fields
are applied in treating the patients.

If ten patients are involved, we predict that from 5 to 8 of the patients will clearly show improvement over 
the duration of the symposium.


First Call for Papers

Complete information regarding the symposium will be sent to you shortly. This announcement is being 
made in order to inform you of the symposium dates, and in the hope that you will reserve time for
the symposium on your calendar.

In Appreciation

The pioneering BCEC research of IABC founder Professor Bjørn E. W. Nordenstrøm ties these diverse 
therapies together. It is with our profound gratitude to him and his associates at the Karolinska
Institut in Stockholm, Sweden, that we recognize the monumental contribution to medical science made 
possible by Professor Nordenstrøm’s work.



Carl F. Firley

IABC Vice President and Secretary General
4976 SW Bimini Circle S.
Palm City, Florida 34990 U.S.A.

Phone: 772 283 2180 Fax: 772 283 9943
email: iabc@adelphia.net



6. Third European Energy Psychology & Energy Therapies Conference

 

The Third European Energy Psychology & Energy Therapies conference will take place from 
August 8 - 10 2003, in Brighton, the UKs premier city by the sea.

Proposals are being invited now - if you would like to join us for this extraordinary weekend 
of friendship, learning, the exchange of ideas at the cutting edge of the field, and to experience 
the depth of healing that is the unique feature of the revolutionary new Energy Psychology & 
Energy Therapies approaches, please send your proposal immediately.

Click HERE for full instructions on how to submit.

 


 

7. CASYS '03: Sixth International Conference on Computing Anticipatory Systems

Liège, Belgium, August 11-16, 2003 

HEC· LIEGE, Hautes Etudes Commerciales, Business School, 14 Rue Louvrex, B-4000 Liège  

ORGANIZER: CHAOS, Centre for Hyperincursion and Anticipation in Ordered Systems,

asbl CHAOS, Institut de Mathématique, B37, Université de Liège, 

Grande Traverse 12, B-4000 LIEGE 1, Belgium. 

Tel. : + 32 (0)4 366 00 28 Fax: + 32 (0)4 366 94 89 E-mail: Daniel.Dubois@ulg.ac.be

CHAOS is a Member of IFSR, The International Federation for Systems Research

President: Daniel M. Dubois (Belgium)

Vice-President: Robert Vallée (France) 

SPONSORS:

Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique (FNRS), 
Ministère de la Communauté Française de Belgique, Hôtel de Ville de Liège, 
Echevinat de la Culture, des Musées et du Tourisme de la Ville de Liège, HEC· 
Liège, Euro View Services SA. 

SPONSORSHIPS:

World Organisation of Systems and Cybernetics (WOSC), 
Systems Science European Union - Union Européenne de Systémique (UES), 
Washington Evolutionary Systems Society (WESS)
  

SCOPE of CASYS'03

The scope of CASYS'03 will be oriented to theoretical developments and applications in the 
modelling and computing of anticipatory systems in any fields of natural and artificial systems.

A computing anticipatory system is a system which computes its current states in taking into 
account its past and present states but also its potential future states.

Strong anticipation refers to an anticipation of events built by or embedded in a system.

Weak anticipation refers to an anticipation of events predicted or forecasted from a model of a system.

A class of computing anticipatory systems deals with the differential difference equation with 
retardation and anticipation dx(t)/dt = F(x(t), x(t - tr), x(t + ta)), where t is the current time, tr a 
delayed time and ta an advanced time, is a strong anticipatory system.

Another class of computing anticipatory systems deals with discrete incursive and hyperincursive 
equations. An incursive equation is an inclusive or implicit recursive equation such as, for example, 
x(t+1) := F(x(t), x*(t+1)), where each iterate x(t+1) is computed at each time step t = 1,2,3,... from a 
function F of x(t) and x*(t+1), where x*(t+1) is the anticipation of x(t) at the next time step t + 1, 
computed from the system itself or from a model. A hyperincursive equation is an incursive equation 
which generates multiple iterates at each computing step.

References:

Dubois Daniel M. (2000) Review of Incursive, Hyperincursive and Anticipatory Systems - Foundation of Anticipation in Electromagnetism. Computing Anticipatory Systems: CASYS'99 - Third International 
Conference. Edited by Daniel M. Dubois, Published by The American Institute of Physics, AIP Conference 
Proceedings 517, pp. 3-30.

Copyright (2000) American Institute of Physics. This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the author and the American Institute of Physics. The following article appeared in (Dubois Daniel M. (2000) Review of Incursive, Hyperincursive and 
Anticipatory Systems - Foundation of Anticipation in Electromagnetism. Computing Anticipatory 
Systems: CASYS'99 - Third International Conference. Edited by Daniel M. Dubois, Published by 
The American Institute of Physics, AIP Conference Proceedings 517, pp. 3-30.) and may be found at (http://proceedings.aip.org/proceedings/confproceed/517.jsp).

 Daniel M. Dubois, Theory of Incursive Synchronization and Application to the Anticipation of a Chaotic Epidemic. International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems, volume 10, pp. 3-18, 2001. 
ISSN 1373-5411, ISBN 2-9600262-3-3. Published by asbl CHAOS, Belgium.

Copyright (2001) CHAOS asbl. This paper may be downloaded for personal use only. 
Any other use requires prior permission of the author and CHAOS asbl.

 

CALL FOR PAPER CASYS'03 

Potential authors are invited to submit a paper, related to the topics detailed below, 
for presentation at CASYS'03.

EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR THE FULL DRAFT PAPER: APRIL 30, 2003. 
Notification of acceptance of the paper to be published in the proceedings: 1 month after receiving 
the draft paper.

Final paper will be due on October 2003, after the conference.

 

Tentative Topics :

Anticipatory systems, Strong and Weak anticipation, Incursive and Hyperincursive Systems, 
Systems with retardation and anticipation, Differential difference equation systems, Anticipatory synchronization, Self-referential Systems, Cybernetics, feedback, feedforward, General systems, 
Predicting and Forecasting systems, Holistic Systems and Reductionism, Epistemology,

Mathematical systems, Differential systems, Discrete systems, Differential functional equations, 
Delayed, Advanced, Neutral, Mixed equations, Dynamical systems, Chaos Theory, Fractal maps, 
Category Theory, Catastrophe Theory,

Modelling of systems, Mathematical Modelling, Simulation and Optimisation of systems,

Physical systems, Fluid mechanics, Wave equations, Advanced-retarded waves, Electromagnetism, Lienard-Wiechert potentials, Quantum Mechanics, E.P.R. Non-locality, Aharanov-Bohm potential, 
Computing Quantum systems, Relativity, Berry's phase, Faster than light, Tachyons, Gravitation,

Computing systems, Automata, Networks (web), Recursive Systems, Software and Hardware, User 
modeling, agent-based systems, evolutionary and adaptive computation, Algorithms for simulation, 
implicit algorithms, predictor-corrector algorithms, Crisp and Soft Computing, Logical systems, Fuzzy 
logic, Genetic Algorithms, Neural Networks, Computational intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, 
Artificial Language, Music, Image, Artificial Life,

Cognitive systems, Neuronal brain, Neuro-psychanalysis, Psychology, Intention, Free will, Mind and Consciousness,

Biological systems, Ecosystems, development, evolution, adaptation, emergence,

Economical and Social systems, Management, Decision-making, Planning, Discrete event dynamic 
systems, Information Systems, Operation research, Statistics, Probability theory, mono- and 
multi-criteria analysis,

Engineering systems, Control Theory, Predictive and adaptive control, Robotics, Multi-agents, 
manufactoring systems, Aesthetics and Architecture.

PRE-REGISTRATION AT CASYS'03 : CLICK HERE

All participants and authors of papers are asked to register to the conference CASYS'03 in filling 
this form:

REGISTRATION FORM ON LINE: CLICK HERE 

LOCATION OF THE CONFERENCE

The conference will be held at

HEC - LIEGE Business School,

rue Louvrex, 14, B-4000 Liège, Belgium - http://www.hec.be/

 


SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS AND RESEARCH LABS

 

 

1.NIH Human Frontier Science Program

http://www.hfsp.org/

 

The aim of the HFSP is to support basic research focused on complex 
mechanisms of living organisms
; fields supported range from brain functions to biological functions at the molecular level. Particular emphasis is now placed on bringing scientists from fields such as physics, mathematics, chemistry, computer science and engineering together with biologists to open up new approaches to understanding complex biological systems.

HFSP previously supported 2 scientific programs focused on neuroscience and molecular biology. With the dissolving of boundaries separating traditional biological fields, and the need to involve disciplines outside biology in life science research, these separate programs have been unified into asingle scientific program by the HFSP Board of Trustees. Henceforth, a single committee will review all grant applications, while a second committee will review all long-term fellowship applications. Both committees are composed of leading international scientists.

Research Grants are awarded for projects that involve extensive collaboration among teams of scientists working in different countries. Emphasis is on novel collaborations that bring together scientists from different disciplines.
    more details

Fellowships are available to scientists who wish to work in foreign laboratories, with emphasis on individuals early in their careers.
    more details

 

2. National Science Foundation: "Crosscutting Interdisciplinary Programs" and 
"Physics Frontiers Centers"

www.nsf.org

www.nsf.gov/mps/divisions/phy/about/c_facilities.htm

3.  Foundation for the Future: "Future of Humanity Research Programs"
www.futurefoundation.org

www.futurefoundation.org/grants/grant_categories.html

4. California Institute for Human Science
www.cihs.edu/whatsnew/research.asp

5. James S. McDonnell Foundation: "21st Century Science Initiative"
www.jsmf.org
www.jsmf.org/pages/programs/21stCenturyScience.htm

6. Fetzer Institute
www.fetzer.org

7. Burroughs Wellcome Fund: "Interfaces in Science"
www.bwfund.org/programs/interfaces/index.html

8. Research Corporation: Special Opportunities in Science Awards
www.rescorp.org

www.rescorp.org/sos.htm

9. The Arlington Institute
http://www.arlingtoninstitute.org/about_tai/

10. Samueli Institute
http://www.siib.org/

11. John Templeton Foundation
www.templeton.org

12. Samueli Institute
http://www.siib.org/

13. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
www.sloan.org

14. The Mind Science Foundation
http://www.mindscience.org/index.html

15. Institute of Noetic Sciences
URL:  http://www.noetic.org

16. International Society of Life Information Science (ISLIS) 
http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/islis/

17. International Institute of Biophysics
URL: http://www.datadiwan.de/iib/ib_000e_.htm

18. Laboratories for Fundamental Research
http://www.lfr.org

19. Consciousness Research Laboratory
URL: http://www.psiresearch.org

20. Boundary Institute
www.boundaryinstitute.org

21. Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab
URL:  http://www.princeton.edu/~pear/index.html

22. The Global Consciousness Project 
http://noosphere.princeton.edu

23. Rhine Research Center
www.rhine.org

24. University of Utrecht Parapsychology Laboratory
http://www.psy.uva.nl/resedu/pn/res/ANOMALOUSCOGNITION/anomal.shtml

25. The RetroPsychoKinesis Project
URL:  http://www.fourmilab.ch/rpkp/proposal.html

26.  NIH: DEVELOPMENTAL /PILOT PROJECTS IN CANCER COMPLEMENTARY 
AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE (CAM)

This Program Announcement expires on October 22, 2003, unless reissued.

Release Date:  December 17, 2001

PA NUMBER:  PAR-02-040
 
National Cancer Institute
 (http://cancer.gov/)
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
 (http://nccam.nih.gov/)

PURPOSE

The Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), 
and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) invite research grant 
applications from interested investigators to conduct innovative developmental pilot research 
investigating Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in cancer. The intent of this initiative is to 
encourage and support the development of basic and clinical CAM cancer research and to provide the 
basis for more extended research projects by establishing the methodological feasibility and 
strengthening the scientific rationale for these projects. This announcement is also intended to stimulate 
and facilitate the entry of promising investigators into cancer CAM research through a program of 
exploratory investigator-initiated R21 grants.

The exploratory/developmental (R21) grant mechanism is used for pilot projects or feasibility studies to 
support the exploration of feasibility, as well as the development, of projects investigating CAM in cancer 
and for the generation of preliminary data.  The R21 mechanism is specifically intended to support innovative 
ideas where preliminary data are sparse or do not exist.  The R21 supported projects are intended to serve as 
a foundation for planning and developing future research projects (R01s).  The objective of this Program 
Announcement (PA) is to encourage applications from individuals who are interested in testing novel or 
conceptually creative ideas that may produce innovative advances in the understanding and use of 
CAM in cancer.
 
RESEARCH OBJECTIVES

[...]
There is a paucity of R01 funded research grants in the field of cancer CAM. Therefore, to increase the 
number and quality of investigator-initiated R01 research grants on cancer CAM, the NCI's Office of 
Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine and NCCAM developed this PA for Developmental/Pilot 
Projects in Cancer CAM.  Applications will undergo competitive review organized by the NCCAM 
in collaboration with the NCI.

The intent of this initiative is to encourage and support the development of basic, and clinical (prevention, 
therapeutic and palliative) CAM cancer research.  Another goal of this initiative is to facilitate communication 
and collaboration between the CAM practitioner and the conventional cancer research communities.  

For the purpose of this PA, applicants must include modalities from the following broad program areas in CAM:

Alternative Medical Systems (e.g., oriental medicine, Ayurvedic, homeopathy, naturopathy);

Manipulative and Body-based Systems (e.g., chiropractic, osteopathic, massage therapy or unconventional 
applications of integrated conventional and physical therapies);

Energy Therapies. These approaches focus either on energy fields purported to originate within or be 
conducted through the body (e.g., external qi gong, therapeutic touch, Reiki, intentional effects on 
living systems); or those from other sources [e.g., therapeutic application of electromagnetic (EM) 
fields including pulsed EM fields, magnetic fields, Direct Current (DC) fields].

Pharmacological or Biologically based Therapies (e.g., metabolic therapies and immunoaugmentative 
therapies as used by CAM practitioners or the public such as Coley's toxin, Enzyme therapies, 
the Livingston-Wheeler system, the Revici system, or 714-X )

Herbal Medicine (Note: This category includes studies of whole plant products or extracts and does 
not include the study or isolation of active ingredients from herbal preparations except where 
identification and standardization of optimal whole product are the specific aim -- e.g. optimal ratio of 
glycosides and terpenoids in Ginkgo biloba -- or comparisons are being made to the whole product);

Orthomolecular Medicine - This category includes the use of nutritional and food supplements, 
Co-enzyme Q10, carnitine, melatonin, vitamins) for therapeutic or preventive purposes. These products 
are usually used in combinations and at very high doses (5-10 fold) well above the Recommended 
Daily Allowance (RDA) when such RDAs have been defined.

Mind-Body Medicine: Concept proposals in this category will be considered only if they are limited to 
those mind-body approaches that are used by the public or practitioners outside of a conventional 
medicine setting (e.g., transcendental meditation, imagery, hypnosis, biofeedback, music therapy, 
yoga, relaxation, spirituality, biological effects of consciousness).  Mind-body approaches that are relatively 
integrated into conventional medicine (e.g., patient education, psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral approaches, 
etc.) will NOT be considered unless physiologic endpoints (e.g., immune parameters) or disease 
parameters (response rate to conventional therapy, disease-free survival, overall survival) are the primary 
outcome measures;

Applications may also focus on interactions between these modalities and non-CAM cancer treatment and 
therapies (e.g. Drug Interactions: studies to evaluate the potential interaction of antioxidant compounds 
and conventional chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy.)


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
 
Applications may be submitted by foreign and domestic, for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, 
public and private, such as universities, colleges, hospitals, laboratories, units of State and local 
governments, and eligible agencies of the Federal government.  Racial/ethnic minority individuals, 
women, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply as principal investigators. 

Direct inquiries regarding programmatic issues to:
 
Wendy B. Smith, Ph.D. Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine
National Cancer Institute Executive Plaza North 6130 Executive Blvd Suite #102, MSC 7302
Bethesda, MD  20892-7302  Telephone:  (301) 435-7980 FAX:  (301) 480-0075
Email:  smithwe@mail.nih.gov

Mary Ann Richardson, DrPH  National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
6707 Democracy Blvd, Suite 102   Bethesda, MD  20892-5475
Telephone:  (301) 402-1272 FAX:  (301) 480-3621
Email:  marich@mail.nih.gov

 

 


 RESEARCH PROPOSALS

 

Looking for Partners in Promotion of Innovation 
Any company, academic institution or university in Europe, USA, 
Canada or Japan

The basically new Hierarchic Theory of Matter and Field has been elaborated and quantitatively verified on examples of water and ice by computer simulations. Corresponding computer program (copyright 1997, Kaivarainen): "Comprehensive Analyzer of Matter Properties (CAMP)" makes it possible to evaluate about 
300 physical parameters of any liquid and solid.  The idea of new optoacoustic device with similar name - 
CAMP, described below, is based on Hierarchic theory and computer program.


The market for Comprehensive Analyzer of Matter Properties (CAMP) is free and due to its unique 
informational potential could be even bigger than that for IR, Raman or Brillouin spectrometers.

I propose to my potential partner collaboration in building of CAMP prototype,
its patenting, manufacturing and marketing 
COMPREHENSIVE ANALYZER OF MATTER PROPERTIES (CAMP)

by:  Alex Kaivarainen

http://www.karelia.ru/~alexk

The new physical device named: Comprehensive Analyzer of Matter Properties (CAMP) with novel and wide possibilities for fundamental study of condensed matter (liquid and solid), monitoring of different process in pharmaceutics, beverage and paper technology, chemical and polymer technology, biotechnology and 
technology of real materials  has been proposed. This device is based on the new Hierarchic Theory of Matter 
and related computer program (CAMP)", developed by A. Kaivarainen (copyright 1997).

      Theory has been published in my books:


  - "Mesoscopic theory of condensed matter and its interaction with light", University of Turku, Finland, 1992;
  -  "Hierarchic Concept of Matter and Field. Water, biosystems and elementary particles", 
 New York , 1995.


Corresponding series of articles is presented at the web site and are available on-line:
http://www.karelia.ru/~alexk[New articles] and at the Archives of Los-Alamos:
http://arXiv.org/find/physics/1/au:+Kaivarainen/0/1/0/all/0/1

The results of calculations of lot of parameters for water and ice, using our computer program (CAMP), are 
very close to  available experimental data. This fact confirms the correctness of new theory.
Quantum Hierarchic theory is a first one general for liquids and solids. Our theory unify and extends strongly 
the Einstein and Debye
 models.  It considers the condensed matter as a "gas" of different kinds of three-dimensional (3D) standing waves:
    - de Broglie waves, related to molecular translations (tr) and librations (lb);
    - IR photons, corresponding to intermolecular (tr) and (lb) modes;
    - thermal phonons.

The hierarchical model, describing virtually all the properties of condensed matter, is a result of superposition 
of four new basic types of quasiparticles (collective excitations): Effectons, Convertons, Transitons and 
Deformons, which are strongly interrelated with each other.

EFFECTONS are three-dimensional (3D) superposition of standing de Broglie waves of molecules or ions, 
related to their translations and librations. The thermal in-phase (acoustic, a) or counter phase (optic, b) 
oscillations of particles in the volume of effectons are coherent.  In general case the EFFECTONS represent coherent clusters, resulted from high temperature molecular Bose condensation, as it shown in our computer simulations;
CONVERTONS [tr/lb] are responsible for interconversions between translational and librational types of the effectons;
TRANSITONS are related with (a - b) quantum transitions - quantum beats between acoustic and optic anharmonic modes of the effectons. They can radiate and absorb coherent IR photons or thermal 
phonons;
DEFORMONS: primary (electromagnetic) and secondary (acoustic) represent a 3D superposition - 
interception of standing photons and phonons, correspondingly, radiated by TRANSITONS.

All possible combinations of the above listed four basic excitations lead to HIERARCHIC SYSTEM of 4!=24 quasiparticles, making it possible the comprehensive quantitative description of any kind of condensed matter.
Hierarchic theory is quantitatively confirmed already on the examples of water and ice in books, mentioned above. It is a new convenient bridge for unification of Micro - and Macro - Word in terms of quantum physics, making it possible to get a qualitatively and quantitatively new information about liquids and solids.

The set of formulae obtained in our theory allows to calculate about 300 parameters of any condensed matter.  Most of them are hidden, i.e. inaccessible for direct experimental measurements.

Simulations evaluation of these parameters can be done using our computer program: CAMP (copyright 
1997, Kaivarainen) and the following
experimental methods:
1. Far/middle IR spectroscopy for determination the positions of translational or librational bands: (30-2500) cm-1;
2. Sound velocimetry;
3.Dilatometry, for molar volume or density registration;
4.Refractometry.
  These data should be obtained simultaneously at the same temperature and pressure from the SAME 
SAMPLE in ideal case. Among the parameters of matter evaluated are so important as: internal energy, heat capacity, thermal conductivity, viscosity, coefficient of self-diffusion, surface tension, solvent activity, vapor pressure, internal pressure, parameters of all types of quasiparticles (concentration, volume, dimensions, energy, probability of excitation, life-time) and many others.
The combination of equipment listed above (1-4) in one unit (CAMP) - makes it possible to conduct such 
kind of 
measurements and corresponding computer simulations.

The most complicated and expensive component of CAMP is FT-IR  spectrometer for far and middle region.
The most sensitive parameter is sound velocity.  The less sensitive and stable parameter is molar volume or density.

One of possible CAMP configuration should include special attachment to  FT-IR spectrometer, making it possible the simultaneous registration of reflection spectra in far/middle IR region and refraction index. Such approach allows to study the properties of samples with strong IR absorption (i.e. aqueous systems) and non transparent mediums.
The combination of such modified FT-IR spectrometer with another device for simultaneous measurement of matter density and sound velocity will provide 4 parameters, listed above,  to run our computer (copyright, 
1997, Kaivarainen).
The sample cell for liquids and solids should have a shape, allowing to make all these measurements simultaneously. The interface of CAMP's registration techniques with personal computer makes it possible a monitoring of very different dynamic physical process in real time.

The another configuration of CAMP may include as a basic device the Brillouin light scattering spectrometer. It makes possible simultaneous measurement of sound velocity (from the Doppler shift of side bands of Brillouin spectra) and positions of intermolecular bands [tr and lb] in oscillatory spectra in the far IR.  Our hierarchic 
theory of Brillouin light scattering gives much more information about condensed matter properties than conventional one.

Comprehensive Analyzer of Matter Properties (CAMP) represents a basically new type of scientific 
equipment, allowing to get incomparable big amount of information concerning physics of liquids or solids. It 
can be very useful for fundamental study of dynamics, thermodynamics and mesoscopic structure of pure 
matter, solid and liquid solutions, the colloid systems and host-guest systems.

CAMP may be very useful for monitoring of physical parameters of drinking water, drug solutions, pulp in 
paper technology. In biotechnology CAMP can be used for elucidation of mechanism of the antifreeze and ice nucleation proteins action on water dynamic structure and thermodynamics.
In biophysics CAMP may provide the crucial information about the role of water in biosystems, water 
mediated distant interactions between biopolimers in a course of their conformational change.
Study of influence of electromagnetic and acoustic fields on aqueous systems and water - dependent process is possible using CAMP. The monitoring of crystal growth and new materials production is possible also.

CAMP allows to get very detailed information about following processes: temperature and pressure induced 
first and second order phase transitions, self-organization in water-polymer and biological systems, liquid crystals, perturbations of matter stimulated by external physical fields, etc.

 Such complicated phenomena as the turbulence, superfluity and superconductivity can be quantitatively analyzed and elucidated.   CAMP can be used also for understanding the mechanism of turbulence and ways of its regulation by physical fields. It's a matter of big scientific and practical importance. For this end a special cuvette with circulating liquid can be constructed.

CAMP will be useful in a lot of research laboratories, studying condensed matter physics as well as in INDUSTRY of chemical technology and nanotechnology, for monitoring the processes of crystallization, polymerization, chemical reactions and the final properties of real materials.

Configuration of CAMP, based on micro IR-spectroscopy or confocal  Brillouin microspectrometry could allow thecomprehensive analysis of matter properties in microvolumes.

Demonstrational version of CAMP computer program is located at URL: http://www.karelia.ru/~alexk/demo.zip
  Theoretical background is presented in series of papers at Archive of Los-Alamos:
http://arXiv.org/find/physics/1/au:+Kaivarainen/0/1/0/all/0/1

The market for Comprehensive Analyzer of Matter Properties (CAMP) is free and due to its unique informational potential could be much bigger than that for IR, Raman or Brillouin spectrometers.


Searching for optimal configuration ofComprehensive Analyzer of Matter Properties (CAMP).

Evaluation of CAMP-project expenses and CAMP applications

By:Alex Kaivarainen

 

During preliminary investigation of CAMP-project, the following tasks have been accomplished:

 

-The number of International companies, producing equipment, which could be used for Comprehensive Analyzer of Matter Properties (CAMP) assembly, has been contacted; 

-After getting the information requested, the optimal configuration of CAMP was chosen. It is presented in form of block-scheme below.

The block-scheme of Comprehensive Analyzer of Matter Properties (CAMP)

The approximate prices of equipment for CAMP-system are presented below:

a) FT-IR spectrometer NEXUS-870 (Nicolet) with attachment “Seagull”(HarrickSci. Co.) for getting the reflection spectra of strongly absorbed aqueous mediums in middle and far IR (2000-50) 1/cm………………………………………………………………75. 000 EU

b) Combined unit for simultaneous measurement of sound velocity and density in wide temperature interval: DSA 5000(Anton-Paar): …………………………21.000 EU 

c)Refractometer RE 40(Oy GW BERG & Co Ab)……………………..14.000 EU

 

Total price of equipment for CAMP assembly:110.000 EU

The approximate time necessary for CAMP assembly and testing is about 12 month with technical assistance of engineer.

The most important component of CAMP is computer program, based on Hierarchic theory of condensed matter, developed by A. Kaivarainen (copyright, 1997). This program via interface of the above listed equipment with personal computer allows evaluating about 300 parameters of condensed matter and their changes in real time. 

The demonstrational version of CAMP computer program can be downloaded from the front page of site: www.karelia.ru/~alexk.This Demo-CAMP program, illustrates a wide possibilities ofCAMP system on examples of water and ice in T-interval: 30 – 370 K.

The new quantum Hierarchic theory of condensed matter, is on-line:
http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0102086

It demonstrates good correspondence between theoretical computer simulations andexperimental data on examples of ice and water.

The sensitivity of final results of computer calculation of number of important parameters of water (total 
internal energy, number of molecules in coherent clusters, vapor pressure, surface tension, thermal 
conductivity, viscosity and coefficient of self-diffusion) to variation of primary parameters (position of translational and librational bands in IR spectra, sound velocity, density and refraction index) in the range: 
+/- 0%;+/- 1%and+/-3%has been investigated.

It is proved, that CAMP - computer program is stable to such variations. For the other hand, deviations between calculated and experimental results usually correspond to+/- 1% or+/- 3% variation of primary data. 

Possible applications of CAMP for study of perturbation of the aqueous systems
under
 electromagnetic (EM) field treatment 

I.   Possible Applications of CAMP to Aqueous Systems

1. Monitoring of drinking water and water based beverage quality, related to their physical properties perturbations, induced by EM fields of different frequency; 

2. Investigation of electromagneticpollution (radio and TV waves), using physical properties of water as a test system  (ecology problem); 

3. In pharmaceutics technology - for monitoring of water perturbations in drug solutions, induced by EM of resonant frequency.  Correlation of water perturbations with biological activity of drug solutions; 

4.  Study of colloid systems, related to paper technology: Influence of electromagnetic fields on physical parameters of the bulk and hydrated water for regulation of [coagulation - peptization] equilibrium of colloids and quality of paper; 

5.   In biotechnology and biochemistry: a wide range of problems, related to role of water in biosystems and 
water - biopolymers interaction. Regulation of this interaction by EM fields; 

6.   Mechanism of transition of flow from the laminar to turbulent one and the ways of this process regulation by means of electromagnetic fields; 

7.  Evaluation of frequencies of cavitational fluctuations of water for the end of their effective resonant stimulation by EM radiation.  It may be useful for:
a) de-infection of drinking water;
b) sonoluminescense stimulation;
b) cold fusion stimulation. 

II. Possible application of CAMP to nonaqueous systems

1. Fundamental research in all branches of condensed matter physics: thermodynamics, dynamics, phase transitions, transport process, surface tension, self-diffusion, viscosity, vapor pressure, etc. (Universities and Research centers); 

2. Monitoring on mesoscopic scale the new materials technologies, including nanotechnology for searching the optimal conditions (T, P, physical fields), providing the necessary properties of materials; 

3. Investigation and regulation of high-temperature superconductivity; 

4. Study of mechanism of superfluidity. 

 

The profiles of companies, which could be interested in CAMP 
and
 titles of corresponding projects

 

Companies producing cement, beton, etc.  Project: "Monitoring of result of EM treatment of water by CAMP, optimal for beton and bricks hardness elevation";

Companies producing colloids based products. Project: "Influence of EM and acoustic fields on water clusters and hydration shell of colloid particles for regulation of their [coagulation - peptization] equilibrium", improving the quality of final products, i.e. paper and glue;

Companies related to green house products (tomato, onions, etc.).  Project: "Monitoring of EM field influence on physical properties of water by CAMP. Correlation with vegetables growth - stimulating effect";

Companies producing mobile telephones.  Project: "Influence of working EM frequencies of mobile telephone on water physical properties and structure/function of biopolymers in aqueous solutions. Finding the most effective insulation of EM radiation, if necessary".

Companies, producing alcohol-containing beverages.  Project: "Influence of EM field with selected resonant frequency, on the kinetics of beer and vine fermentation and taste;

Companies, producing drinking water, Cola, Pepsi, etc.  Project: "Monitoring of EM field influence on physical properties of drinking water by CAMP. Correlation with healing effect: lowering the blood pressure, concentration of cholesterol, etc. ";

Pharmaceutical companies:  Project: "Influence of EM field with selected resonant frequency, 
on
 physical properties and biological activity of water-based drugs solutions".

CAMP could be very useful for monitoring of electromagnetic pollution of environment, using water physical properties as indicator.  It is one of the most important problems of modern ecology. 

The market for Comprehensive Analyzer of Matter Properties (CAMP) is free and due to its huge informational potential (about 300 physical parameters of matter) could be even bigger than that for IR, Raman or Brillouin spectrometers. The physical and chemical departments of the Universities and Research centers are most probable customers, as well as companies of above listed profiles. 

 


 

2.  Seeking help with preliminary genetics/intentionality research project
Seeking brave genetics researcher to study biological systems as random-number generators (RNGs) that can be influenced by mental intent. Mechanical, electronic, and radioactive RNGs have been shown to respond to intent. Seeking brave genetics researcher to study biological systems as random-number generators (RNGs) that can be influenced by mental intent. Mechanical, electronic, and radioactive RNGs have been shown to respond to intent. As gametes divide in the process of meiosis, genes in chromosome pairs are randomly distributed between the chromosome pairs, and chromosome pairs are randomly distributed between egg and sperm cells Ð representing, in effect, a biological RNG. It should be possible to set up a dominant-recessive cross (e.g. the classical Mendelian black and white bean study) and have subjects wish more white or more black progeny to develop. Could be done with plants, fruit flies, bacteria.

Daniel Benor, MD

 DB@WholisticHealingResearch.com

 


3.  IR-LASER BASED SELECTIVE CANCER CELLS ELIMINATOR

Alex Kaivarainen, h2o@karelia.ru
 http://www.karelia.ru/~alexk
 

The idea of this new device is based on our hypothesis of cancer emergence. It was proposed that unlimited cancer cell division is related to partial disassembly of cytoskeleton's actin filaments and microtubules due
to some genetically controlled mistakes in biosynthesis, leading to increasing of ions of [Ca{2+}] and or increasing the osmotic diffusion of water into transformed cell (Kaivarainen, 1995).

Decreasing of the intra-cell concentration of any other types of ions:  Na^{+}; K^{+}; H^{+}, Mg^{2+}
as the result of corresponding ionic pump destruction, incorporated in biomembranes, also may lead to
disassembly of filaments.

The shift of equilibrium: [assembly - disassembly] of microtubules (MTs) and actin filaments to the right
increases the amount of intra-cell water, involved in hydration shells of protein and decreases water activity.
As a consequence of concomitant osmotic process, cells tend to swell and acquire a ball-like shape, uncontrolled by microfilaments. The number of direct contacts between transformed cells decrease and the water activity in the inter-cell space increases also.

Certain decline in the external inter-cell water activity could be a triggering signal for the inhibition of normal cell division. The shape of normal cells under control of cell's filament is a specific one, providing good dense inter-cell contacts with limited amount of water, in contrast to transformed cells.

The absence of contact inhibition in the case of cancer cells can be a result of insufficient decreasing of inter-cell water activity due to loose the specific [cell-cell] contacts.

If our model of cancer emergence is correct, then the problem of tumor inhibition is related to the problem
of inter and intra-cell water activity regulation by means of chemical and physical factors.

Another approach for cancer healing we can propose is the IR laser treatment of transformed cells with
IR photons frequencies (about 3*10^13 (1/s), stimulating superdeformons excitation and collective disassembly
of MTs. This will prevent cells division and should have a good therapeutic effect.
This approach is based on assumption that stability of MTs in transformed cells is weaker and resonant frequency of superdeformons and other kind of water excitation differs from that of normal cells.

Superdeformons, inducing cavitational fluctuations in liquids represent a complex dynamic process, including simultaneous excitations of macrodeformons (tr and lb), convertons (lb/tr), primary and secondary deformons in the same volume (Kaivarainen, 1995; see also "New articles" at http://www.karelia.ru/~alexk). This means that the effect of cancer cells selective elimination at least of surface tissues can be enhanced by modulation of pilot laser beam by frequencies equal to one of those excitations due to increasing the resonance response.

The healing of nerve diseases and deep relaxation can be achieved also by the same approach. Like in the case of audio-video skin transmitter (Kaivarainen, 1997, this Home page), using the system of few flexible wave-guides, connecting laser with different acupuncture points the influence on the nerve system could be elevated strongly.
 

REFERENCES:

Kaivarainen A. Hierarchic Concept of Matter and Field. Water, biosystems and elementary particles. (New York, NY, 1995, pp.485); the prospect of new version of this book and related "New articles" see at homepage:  http://kftt.karelia.ru/~alexk

Kaivarainen A. Abstracts of conference: Toward a Science of Consciousness, Tucson, USA, p.74 (1996).
Kaivarainen A. Hierarchic Model of Consciousness and Audio - Video Signals Skin-Transmitter.
URL: http://www.karelia.ru/~alexk  [see Innovations].

 

 


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http://www.femu.rwth-aachen.de/   Scientific   Research Center for Bioelectromagnetic Interaction      
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http://www.sprbm.org   Scientific   SPRBM   Society for Physical Regulation in Biology and Medicine   
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