Living organisms, their energy and self-regulation

All life on Earth from the moment of the emergence of organic life to the present time evolves and exists only in an environment where various physical fields are constantly present: gravitational, electromagnetic radiation from the Sun and other space objects, the Earth's magnetic field, etc. Therefore, biological objects are thin depend on changes to these fields and, moreover, cannot exist without them.

There is a well-reasoned opinion that the energy costs of the human body per day are only 15-17% covered by the food consumed. If all our energy came from food, we would have to eat up to 40 kg of food a day!

Energy in the form of a field comes to a person from the outside, through the so-called energy centers (chakras) and biologically active points on the skin - the places where the energy-conducting meridians (channels) known from Eastern medicine come to the surface.

Without the mutual exchange of energy and information between biological objects and the environment, life would be impossible. It is known that all living cells, including the human body, are sources of electrical and magnetic vibrations, and the more complex the structure of a multicellular and multitissue organism, the higher the frequency spectrum of electromagnetic fields emitted and perceived by this organism.

When studying the radiation of a biological object and the field effects it perceives, it was noted that the energy of this exchange is very small in intensity and can be a few to tens of microwatts per 1 near the surface of the object. This circumstance made it difficult to register them (there were no such high-precision measuring devices). Any biological object is, according to physical concepts, an open nonlinear system that maintains its stability due to the input of energy from outside, which is a necessary condition for its existence as a non-equilibrium system.

A good example of an open non-linear system can be a top toy that needs repeated external twisting to keep its motion. Due to the non-equilibrium of biosystems, the main factor for generating oscillations in them is the action of organized oscillatory processes in various wave ranges: words, music, reflected light from various objects, polarization spin waves of various solutions and plants, etc. The stability of non-equilibrium biosystems can only be dynamic, and the stability margin of a biosystem depends directly on the power of oscillatory processes.

The main mechanism supporting oscillatory processes in the body is asymmetry..In particular, this is the presence of various optically active liquid media, stereoisomers, in which a strict rule of their selection has been implemented in the course of evolution. According to these rules, in the human and animal body, fats and carbohydrates should have only right stereoisomerism (i.e., the ability to deflect a beam of light to the right), and amino acids - only left stereoisomerism (deflect a beam of light to the left). Such a combination of stereoisomers in living organisms is called the rule of chiral purity and, apparently, it is a necessary condition for the sufficient power of oscillatory processes and, accordingly, the stability of the biosystem. Thanks to oscillatory processes and the resulting informational vortex magnetic oscillations, there is a connection between cells, organs, functional systems that unite the body into a single whole community connected by rhythmic processes.

The human body is a deeply self-organizing and self-regulating system, consisting of hierarchically self-similar cellular structures interconnected by information_wave fields, forming an electromagnetic information frame of a single organism, capable of autoregulation and response to external similar (resonant) influences of information-wave fields of the environment human habitat.