Book Bouquet Anthology
Here are some books that are called basic concepts for understanding the integration system of the body.Because this is the interplay between information and matter, many of these descriptions from the physics described.For each of these books are briefly explained why this work is relevant to the understanding of the Yearbook.
Rudolf Hauschka, Ernahrungslehre; Heilmittellehre, Substanzlehre (1989, 1990, 1990)
(Physics / life science)
Richard Gerber: Vibrational Medicine (1988)
Nature and our body are a unit in vibration
(Vibration / harmony)
Itzhak Bentov, Strike the Wild Pendulum (1977)
Interplay of consciousness and body (the Physio-Kundalini Syndrome)
(Physiology / awareness)
Mae-Wan Ho, The Rainbow and the Worm (1993)
Life as an interplay between movement (education / information) and stops
(Formation / forms)
John Davidson, Subtle Energy (1988)
The basic consistency of experience and environment
(Physics / consciousness)
Ilya Prigogine, Order Out of Chaos, the new dialogue between man and Nature (1993)
Irreversibility in time of dynamic processes.
(Science / responsibility)
Frank J. Tipler: The Physics of Immortality (1995)
The boundaries of reality and life
(Finite / infinity)
David Bohm, Wholeness and the implicate order (1980)
The reality is fundamentally much more coherent than is visible
Karl Pribram: Brain and perception: holonomy and structure in figural processing (1991)
Our brain acts as a hologram
(Motion / structure)
Alexander Kaske, gehirn, Realität und Maschinen teleological (1994)
We must think differently about thinking
Michio Kaku, Beyond Einstein (1987)
We need to think differently about the world
(Models / understanding)
Peter Rowlands, Zero to Infinity (2007)
The basis of biology and mathematics are the same: Replication
(Wiskunst / nature art)
Hauschka, R (1990) Substanzlehre (Zum Verständnis der Physik, der Chemie und der Stoffe Therapeutischer operate the player), Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt a / M
Hauschka, R (1989) Ernährungslehre (Zum Verständnis der Physiology Verdauung und der Qualität der imponderablen Nahrungsstoffe), Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt a / M
Hauschka, R (1990) Heilmittellehre (Eine Beitrag zu einer zeitgemäsen Heilmittelerkenntnis), Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt a / M
Rudolf Hauschka provides for nutrients and body materials that we can not perceive it as substances such as those in physics or chemistry are described analytically.All are electromagnetic force fields, and thus forms of information.All body substances produced by the body, and thus should not be construed as dead matter, but as forms of life are shaped by life.This leads to a completely different concept - consistency - for thinking about nutrition, physical materials and medicinal substances: it is about understanding how the body deals with them.
Gerber, R (1988) Vibrational Medicine Bear & co.
Richard Gerber summed up how the developments in modern physics in relation to the various therapies to understand, almost a standard textbook.
Bentov, I. (1977) Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness, Cosmic Book
Itzhak Bentov, mechanical, electrical and mechanical began comparing body movements.He saw that it linked to - as can be seen in the brainwaves - for the whole body.Back of the book is a remarkably short article, the Physio-Kundalini Syndrome, in which the mechanical pulsations of the body associated with the development of a coherent electromagnetic field around the head and body, including the situation can be measured during meditation.The dynamic coupling between movements of the body and mind is thus easier to understand.
<http://tinyurl.com/5g58mc> shows a film about his vision
Ho, MW (1993) The Rainbow And The Worm (The Physics of Organisms), World Scientific, Singapore, Malaysia
Mae-Wan Ho examined from quantum physics, the relationship between the formation and shape of the body.Pupation of a caterpillar into a butterfly shows that there is a profound ability to rearrange matter, without disrupting the biological unity.It is these deep processes that are important for healing, and not in terms of consistency of matter can be understood.The profound relationship between training and shapes is of great significance in our increasingly (re) making body.
Davidson, J (1987) Subtle Energy, CW Daniel, England
John Davidson has written several books over the deep end of physics, and its significance for humans (ness).We do not describe the reality around us, but the world as we live, so ourselves.This means that we are all descriptions of the physics involved in ourselves, and they also understood it as a reflection of our consciousness.Vitamins, pyramids, dowsing, earth magnetic fields, consciousness, matter, ...are so in a deeper context to understand.
Prigogine, I. & I. Stengers (1993) Order Out of Chaos (the new dialogue between man and Nature), Bert Bakker, Amsterdam
Ilya Prigogine and Isabelle Stengers goals actually a new dialogue between man and nature, even in French they speak about a new alliance based on a better understanding of the man of their nature.Examples of physics and mathematics are used to show that we no longer think of reality as 'fixed', but that uniqueness (irreversibility) is decisive in our life and experience.The authors stress that science is no longer independent of ethics.It is a responsibility we have to make.
Tipler, FJ (1995) The Physics of Immortality
Frank Tipler explores the field of medicine that is still suffering, but can not describe death.Finitude.Prigogine where it has (to) time reliability in time, Tipler has about the (in) finiteness of the universe.If we limit the universe to understand and describe, then we know more about the limits of our life (and body).He uses the standard formulas for calculating infinity as currently used in physics to look at the (in) finiteness of life.
Bohm, D (1980) Wholeness and the implicate order, Dover, NY, USA.
David Bohm came from the study of quantum theory to a view in which reality as a process, and should be described, which he calls the rheomode (flow motion).This is for consistency throughout the body to understand.He also studied the interplay of social processes (Bohm Dialogue Groups).Bohm describes the Implicit Association which is precisely the relevant body.In the context of the matter are larger patterns.Far from the equilibrium level (only) we can see through making the balance at the boundary is determined.This is relevant for the balance of each cell wall, all skin and connective tissue system that connects the two.
Pribram, Karl H.(1969).Brain and behavior.Penguin Books, Hammond Worth.
Pribram, Karl (1971).Languages of the brain, experimental paradoxes and principles in neuro psychology.Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall.
Pribram, Karl (1991).Brain and perception: holonomy and structure in figural processing.Hillsdale, N. J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Globus, Gordon G., Pribram, Karl H., & Vitiello, Giuseppe (2004).Brain and Being: At The Boundary Between Science, Philosophy, Language, and Arts (Advances in Consciousness Research, 58).John Benjamins Publishing Co..
Karl Pribram, along with David Bohm, a wave model of consciousness developed.There are two reasons: 1) the measured response of the Visual Cortex is a Gabor function, the mathematical basis of holograms, 2) brain damage does not necessarily to forget.Pribram integrates itself into the knowledge of the psychologist, psychiatrist, neurologist, neurosurgeon and mathematician, and the research he did in the functioning of our consciousness is profound.The finding that we mind and body as a hologram (information field) must understand its direct connection between the structure of matter and consciousness.
Alexander Kaske (1994) gehirn, Realität und Maschinen teleological, Gisela Liedl, Munich
Alexander Kaske describes in his - technical - thesis our brain in terms of a system.Such a thesis is expected to bring together a lot of research about brains, brain function, brain processes, and that the male glands which can be described.Naturally this leads to the question of how that is linked to consciousness and the relationship between the "outer-inner 'picture of the universe that we are in our bodies and our bodies.
Michio Kaku (1987) Beyond Einstein, Bantam, NY, USA
Muchio Kaku, the developments in physics after Einstein described legible.It helps understand why the classical science is not used anymore.
Rowlands, P (2007) Zero to Infinity, World Scientific, Singapore
Peter Rowlands probably currently offers the most basic link to understanding the relationship between biology and physics, in a description of the physics that is based on the same principle as DNA replication and cell division: a (re) writing system.