Russische Wissenschaftler: Elektromagnetische Felder verändern Blutserumstruktur
Quelle: hese-Project, Wissenschaft/Wissenschaftliches Institut für Gerontologie des Gesundheitsministeriums der Russischen Föderation
Russische Wissenschaftler haben herausgefunden, dass elektromagnetische Felder die Struktur des Blutserums verändern. Hieraus ergäben sich gute diagnostische Möglichkeiten zur Feststellung des Grades der Schädigung, da die Strukturveränderungen je nach Stärke der Belastung teilweise reversibel seien.
Method Of Determining The Effect Of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) On The Human Organism
(Professor V.N.Shabalin, Professor
Blood serum contains the integral information on all metabolic processes running in the organism. Each nuclear cell produces protein molecules, which are partly moved out in the blood. The structure of these protein molecules reflects the peculiar characteristics of metabolic processes running in the cell.
The suggested method of research is based upon the self-organization theory .
The structure building of biological systems is based on the step-by-step principle: simple structures are formed first, based on them increasingly more complex structures are built. The structuring of proteins in a cell is based not only on self-organization, but on a genetic program as well. Proteins form structures in the blood serum based on their inner program of self-organization. The cell structure is rigid and is hardly subject to any change under external physical or chemical influence. The structure of blood serum is highly dynamic and reacts to any physical and chemical impacts including EMR of various intensity most quickly.
There have not been any methods of finding highly dynamic structures of biological fluids until now. However, there are fundamental approaches to the study of these structures by converting biological fluids into the solid phase. Using these approaches we developed a special method called the method of wedge-shaped dehydration, since the wedge-like shape of a drying biological fluid is the crucial moment in the system self-organization of solutions.
The method is staged in the following way: a drop of blood serum in the volume of 0.01 ml is put on a degreased object-plate located strictly horizontal. The diameter of such a drop is 4-5 mm. The drop is dried up at the temperature of 20°-25°C and with the relative humidity of 55-60% given the minimal air mobility. The drop should be immovable during the drying process. The duration of the drying period (until the moment of the structure analysis) was 18-24 hours. The research of the structure building elements of a dehydrated drop was conducted using a Leica MZ-12 stereomicroscope. The given method is considered the most informative, requiring no special equipment, cost-saving and simple in the establishment techniques and the result analysis.
During the dehydration process ordered synchronized system centripetal and centrifugal moves of dissolved components are observed in the drop. These moves cause incessant changes of physical and chemical indices along the drop radius. They result in the system toric rotation of the whole mass of the drop in the vertical plane (see figure 1).
Figure 1. The form (torus) of the
rotation of a blood serum drop mass during the dehydration process. Scheme.
As water leaves the distal areas
of the drop the solid phase area starts forming. The dehydrated area is
clearly seen and its ring widens rapidly to the center. During the dehydration
process of a blood serum drop molecular complexes similar in their physical
and chemical structure at the moment of transition into the solid phase
concentrate as a circle of a certain radius - the transition area of high
gradient density - the intermediate state between the liquid and the solid
phase (figure 2).
Figure 2. Blood serum drop in the
process of dehydration. Formation of a transitional area (indicated by
an arrowhead) from the liquid phase into the solid one. Microscopy in a
dark field. x35
In the transition area the calibering
synchronization of autofluctuations of the molecular complexes forming
it goes. It takes some time (5-15 seconds), during which the area is static.
With the further vaporization of a biological fluid drop the decrease of
water concentration in the transition area reaches the critical point.
The moment of the phase transition comes. Visually it is a pulse movement
(compression-release) of the transition area circle with an amplitude of
10-20 micrometers, which lasts for 1-2 seconds. It results in the formation
of a solid phase circle - "a fixed concentration wave" (figure 3).
Figure 3. Fragment of a blood serum
drop in the process of dehydration Concentric waves of various size (shown
with arrowheads). x50
The next stage of the structure building
goes in subsystems in the solid phase. Each sector of the dried drop divided
by scratches starts structuring in its autonomous mode, i.e. independent
from a similar process in the next area. Concentration waves consisting
of microaggregates of organic and mineral substances combined in various
proportions and in various space orientation are generated in segments
Figure 4. Fragment of a blood serum
drop. Concentration waves in sectors and singularities (shown with arrowheads).
Thus, the drop dehydration results
in the formation of a facia - a dry blood serum film, which is a "thin
section" of a non-cell human tissue. Figure 5 shows a blood serum facia
of a healthy person. Each pathologic process forms its specific structures
in the picture of a facia .
Figure 5. Dehydrated blood serum
drop of a healthy person. Structure in the normal state. x25
A facia is a structural macroportray
reflecting molecular interrelations in a biological fluid and pathologic
processes running in it. Therein is the highest value of the wedge-shaped
dehydration method for clinical diagnostics. None other method of laboratory
diagnostics gives information of such a considerable volume and quality.
This method allows for locating not only the basic (leading) rhythms determining
the state of a biological system in general, but also small specific waves
characterizing all the specifics of metabolic processes inherent to the
given organism. Wave structures of various range, basic and secondary,
system and local, synchronized and independent found in a facia have space
and time characteristics, which are individual for each organism. Specific
features of these forms are determined by the energetic activity of bioorganic
elements, specifics of their autofluctuations, their stability under external
wave effects, the ability to submit the own wave rhythms of substances
coming into their medium (tocsins, food products, medicaments, etc). The
highly dynamic morphologic structures of biological fluids bear thereby
the informative, administrative and executive core for the development
of all other structures of the organism.
Our research into the effect of various
types of EMR included the study of blood serum facias of patients before
and after their exposure to helium-neon laser and EMR EHF. After the effect
of the given therapeutic means characteristic changes were found in the
blood serum facias of the patients: a considerable growth of radial and
transverse joints, disappearance of a number of pathologic structures and
the appearance of structures proving the normalization of physiological
processes in the organism (figure 6).
Figure 6. Blood serum facias of a
patient with a heart ischemia before(a) and immediately after (b) the laser
Observation in dynamics showed that the response to the effect of EMR in the blood serum structures is formed immediately after finishing the session. Blood serum regains its original structures within 4-12 hours depending upon the severity of a pathologic process; the effect may last for a longer period (up to 3 days) with some patients. The course of EMR therapy may result in a stable normalization of a blood serum facia picture, which coincides with the positive clinical effect.
The value of this method is therein that it is the only objective way to estimate the changes in an organism under the effect of the electromagnetic field. The method may be used for screening studies of people being in an area of an excessive EMR, for professional selection and for developing defense systems for people having to be in the radiation area.
1. G. Hacken. Information and self-organization//Moscow,
"Mir", 1991. 240 pages
2. V.N. Shabalin, S.N. Shatokhina. Morphology of biological fluids of a human organism//Moscow, 2001. 302 pages.
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