Biophotonic Scientific basis

Biophotonic Scientific basis

Cybernetics
According to the results of modern cybernetics, the following principle is applicable: the more complex the systems, the more dominating are the laws of interplay.

Such complex systems, e.g. human beings, have a considerably high degree of self-regulation and self-healing abilities. The self-regulation forces can be induced precisely and only through weak therapeutic stimuli since they do not affect the system integrity or the balance of the system.

Deterministic chaos, non-equilibrium thermodynamics and dissipative structures
Living open systems are non-equilibrium systems at all biological, chemical and physical levels, their development is irreversible and they normally do not have a linear behaviour.
Minor changes in the causes or initial conditions of process flows may result in significant changes in effects (“butterfly effects”). The supply of signal energy or negative entropy (order, information) leads to new spatial and temporal order formation (e.g. biological rhythms) in the already formed living system.

Bioelectromagnetism
Living systems comprise electromagnetic antenna systems (atoms, biomolecules, membranes, cells, etc.) that simultaneously act as transmitters and receivers.
Living systems can be influenced using static and dynamic electromagnetic fields (electromagnetic waves and oscillations) in the entire frequency range and even with extremely low power flux densities. Enzyme activities can be influenced using frequencies in the optical spectral range (1014 range) and extremely low frequency ranges (10 Hz range). Living systems communicate with the inner elements and also with the living and dead environment using their electromagnetic oscillation fields.
An example –  the coherence theory of biophotons (Fritz-Albert Popp): Physical properties of this extremely weak light radiation from cells and organisms (e.g. broadband LASER light) and many experimental-biological results make it evident that this special light is used for internal and external communication in living systems.

Structure of water
Water, the decisive element for life, can be influenced by weak, coherent electromagnetic fields over a period and is therefore a storage and transfer medium for such fields.

Basic regulation system
All specific organ cells are embedded into the soft connective tissue. It is the transit route of nutrition supply, disposal of metabolic end products, the hormonal and neural information transfer. It connects all elements with all other elements in the organism (e.g. a tooth with a lever). It functions locally and, if required, globally. The electromagnetic condition of this system is a decisive factor. It is an intermediary substrate of static and dynamic electromagnetic mutual reactions in an organism. The basic regulation system is the primary regulation system of human beings.

As per modern scientific knowledge, living systems distinguish themselves with the following characteristics:
•    They normally have high self-regulation ability.
•    They normally have high sensitivity.
•    As a rule, only weak stimuli of self-regulation are usable as otherwise they result in blockages.
•   Weak stimuli can normally result in major effects. Not the strength of the stimulus, but its precision, i.e. their resonance with the inner recipient system, is decisive.
•   Biomolecules, cells, etc. are sensitive electromagnetic antenna systems (transmitters and receivers). They are sensitive to weak electromagnetic fields. Not the strength, but the correct information, i.e. their resonance or Biophotonics with biological antenna systems, is decisive.