Page’s mosaic theory as an illustration of the work of a bioresonance physician therapy
AUTHORS : Rybko V.O.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Kursk, Russia
Introduction Language is an important component both in describing inner reality and the surrounding world. With its help, we can not only correctly state our ideas, but also get an equivalent, understandable answer within the chosen terminology. There are many languages with the help of which people communicate, which once again speaks of the complexity of the structure of the world and its laws.
Medicine also has its own specific language for describing the complex structure of the body and the processes taking place in it. These can be the languages of biochemistry, the molecular structure of the cell, pathological physiology, and so on. Along with this, there are physical and mathematical models that describe the informational processes of regulation and functioning of the human body.