HISTORY, MEASUREMENT, AND APPLICABILITY OF PERIODIC CHANGES IN THE ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

Authors


Lecturer in Sociology, Norfolk College of William and Mary; Consultant in Neurology and Psychiatry, Norfolk Division of Alcohol Studies and Rehabilitation, and Vocational Rehabilitation Service, Virginia Departments of Health and Education.

Abstract

“Nature is neither so poverty-stricken in her resources, nor so demoralized and ruffled in her spirit as to be driven to the undignified level of the irritated washerwoman impatiently shaking her finger at the playful children of the neighborhood, in order to get order into her community. The organization and stability of living things has its foundations too widely extended in the depths of inorganic nature to permit one to rest his biological philosophy on irreducible biological or psychological categories.”1

“Indeed every field of human interest in which significant variables (variables of state) have not been discovered is for that very reason complex and intractable, and to say that it defies causal analysis is merely to admit that it has thus far not been penetrated by the usual methods of science. What the causal pessimist meant to be a statement of fact is to the working biologist a challenge.”2

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