The phenomenon of long-range action in the storage and transmission of biological information
AUTHORS : Blinkov I.L.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Moscow Medical Academy named after I.M.Sechenov, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 1999 | Category : Educational
Material objects, both inert and living, are able to transmit information about their structure at a distance – remotely. In turn, this information is perceived by living subjects as a preliminary signal to the next “contact” on the nearmolecular (van der Waals, Coulomb Coulomb, dipole-dipole and other magnetic = non-contact moments) level of functional impact associated with the interpenetration of objects.