Tsunami Potential in the Cardiovascular System?
Is the "Tsunami Potential" of water over 500 000 million years the quantum dynamic transporting force which makes the cardiovascular system of all living creatures possible?
If you study the current text books on physiology, the nearly fist-sized human heart with a residual blood pressure of 30 mm/Hg and 7000 to 10000 litre of blood per day is to be pushed through a ca. 6000 sq. m sized capillary filter system within a cell network of ca. 60000 km!
Volume geometric analyses of dynamic MRI scans of the left ventricle show a physical paradox which points to a quantum dynamic effect: at the start of the explosive expulsion of the blood through the aorta valves there is a simultaneous expansion acceleration (Windkessel effect) of the cardiac muscle at the end of the diastole.
Video Heart MRI (3.24 mins)
This means the heart as well as the following arterial vessel system bio-mechanically only fulfils a Windkessel function.
Consequently, the main function of the cardiovascular vessel walls is to create the biocybernetic and bio-physical conditions to activate and regulate the strong energy potential (tsunami potential) at the same time.
All cells of the cardiovascular system are active in the blood transport and fulfil the above mentioned capacity data.
Like with the embryonic cardiac tube (as explained below) the blood itself delivers the necessary energy for the blood transport.
According to my hypothesis the theory taught in medical school based on Newton's law of fluid dynamics is incomplete without quantum dynamic observation (Leonard Jones potential) of boundary layer physics (cell wall/blood).
Three questions arise:
First: Is the boundary layer effect of water with a stabilising hydrogen bond on the cell walls responsible for the repulsion-attraction force field (RAK) which facilitates the biocybernetic output of the circulatory system? proof Video 1 (1.52 mins)
Second: Can the repulsion-attraction force field (RAK) of the bloodstream by repolarisation of the cell membrane bio-physically create a transport technique via the tsunami potential surge wave from the aorta to the capillary vessels? (Pulse)
Third: Is the cardiovascular system, therefore, a Windkessel pressure and suction pump in which the DNA via the repulsion force field quantum mechanically directs a controlled blood pressure regulation and via the attraction force field a controlled suction transport , a technical prerequisite to the cellular components in the bloodstream logistically to manage?
Common factors of the life threatening tsunami surge wave in the ocean and a life saving tsunami potential surge wave of the blood circulatory system (Pict. 1)
Causes of a Tsunami Surge Wave (Pict. 1.1)
The cause of the tsunami surge wave is known to be the tectonic movement of the plates of the ocean floor. The cause of the biological tsunami potential of the water is assumed to be the repolarisation of the cell membrane.
Physical PropertIes of a Tsunami Surge Wave (Pict. 1.2)
The common factors of an ocean tsunami surge wave and the blood tsunami surge wave are that they without visible loss of energy can expand thousands of kilometres into the ocean and the cell system, because there is no gravitational force of earth.
Effect of a Tsunami Surge Wave (Pict. 1.3)
The devastating force of a tsunami surge wave which hits land is known. The blood tsunami surge wave also develops a maximal force when the blood cells are sucked into the smaller capillaries. At the same time the blood tsunami surge wave is a synchronised start signal for the opening of the capillaries.
Which facts do we know about water?
In an article from the German Patent and Trade Mark Office entitled "Mechanical Signal Transfer System" published on 28.09.2006 amongst the changing repulsion-attraction force fields in the area of the boundary layers between glass/water (Pict. 2.3), water/air (pict. 2.4) also the mechanical signal transfer glass 1/water/air/glass 2 (Pict. 2.2+2.21) has
As in the Lennard-Jones potential everything points to a quantum dynamic behaviour. (Pict. 2.1):
Leonard-Jones Potential (Repulsion-attraction force field RAF)
The Lennard-Jones potential in atomic and molecular physics describes an electric interchange of a repulsion and attraction potential between two (particles) molecules. If you bring the (particles) molecules closer together below a certain distance the repulsive part (Pauli repulsion) is dominant and the potential energy increases rapidly. At a distance above a certain separation between two molecules the attractive parts are
dominant and the potential energy initially increases, then decreases again (van der Waal attraction) at a point where both forces compensate the potential energy is at a minimum.
The bio-cybernetic potential of the repulsion-attraction force field (RAF) of the boundary layer tension in the cardiovascular system?
In a closed vessel system like the blood circulation system there is always a boundary layer tension built on the cell membrane of the endothelial cells with a weak repulsion-attraction force field (RAF) in water. With this boundary layer tension of the repulsive attraction force field, all capillaries are connected venously directly and arterially indirectly. The volume ratio of the arterial to the venous blood = 1: 5 indicates a powerful repulsive intercapillary signal transfer of the RAF of the venous cell walls, while the arterial RAF system is responsible for the attractiv control signals of the transport logistics of the blood.
The quantum dynamics that are responsible for the biocybernetic processes are independent of the gravitational force.
Example: control circuit for heart rate control
Sketch of a quantum dynamic transport of material and information in the cardiovascular system?
Cell group 1 demands material from cell group 2. For this cell group 1 sends an order signal to the endothelial cells of the existing capillaries. The capillaries split the order signal into a venous repulsion signal and an arterial attraction signal. The venous repulsion signal causes the Q regulator 2 of cell group 2 to distribute material into the venous system. The arterial attraction system is the leading signal for cell group 1. The advantage of this property is that with saturation of cell group 1 the order signal and the metabolic supply are topped immediately. The splitting of the starting signal of the cell DNA in the capillary zones into a repulsion potential in the area of the veins and into an attraction potential in the area of the arteries leads to the assumption that the nature of the cardiovascular system is regulated cybernetically via a quantum information interconnection (Anton Zellinger)
Video 1 (1,18 mins) Optical proof: the repulsionattraction force field in water with a changing surface tension which shows analogously how the blood cells are kept at a distance from the cell wall.
Video 2 (1,39 mins) Optical proof: counter effective weak repulsion-attraction force field on a table tennis ball and a paper clip on the surface tension air/water,
Are blood cells, metabolic parts and information signals simultaneously attracted or repelled by the cell wall?
The main function of the repulsion-attraction force field of the epithelial interior vessel walls is to cybernetically
manage the quantum dynamics and quantum information area independently from the gravitational force.
As with a computer all biological regulatory circuits of nature can be approached via an attraction (0) or
repulsion (1) force signal of water.
Water in the blood as an active transport medium?
If a repolarisation of the boundary layer tension occurs in a closed vessel system also on the vessel wall membrane, the repulsion-attraction force field in water increases a 1000 fold into a tsunami potential surge wave = (pulse pressure) which can be biologically directed. The strong repulsion force field is enclosed in an attraction force field which the blood cells of the screw shaped surge wave (snail pump technique) push in front and
simultaneously draw back behind the surge wave (Pict. 3.1). This physical appearance plays a decisive part in the development of the heart pump function.
Also with the tectonic tsunami surge wave the attraction force field draws the water away from the shore towards the approaching repulsion force field (Picts. 1.1 + 1.3)
Hypothesis: why animals "warn" of a tsunami (Pict. 3.2)
A quantum physical explanation offers the Lennard-Jones Potential and the interchanging effect of the activated surface tension with a boundary layer potential air/water whereby the paramagnetic oxygenin the air are formed with a greater distance into a grid-spin-formation. This formation offers a stable and fast signal information system between the surface tension zones of the sensitive outer skins of living beings.
Extraordinary sensual perception of animals are subject of an actual research in the wild animal telemetry (Biologgin).
Description of the development of the embryonic endocardial tube:
The cardiovascular system as the first functional system of an embryo offers to analyse the basic bio-physical and bio-cybernetic functions, as this is adhered to as constructive guideline for the further development of the circulatory system of all living creatures.
The main bio-physical function of the endocardial tube is a Windkesselfunction (at this stage without effective muscle and nerve cells) to limit the explosive and spreading surge wave (Pict. 4). Thereby the endocardial cells gain energy in the expansion cycle, which they, however, immediately use up in the subsequent contraction cycle.
Further bio-cybernetic functions of the endocardial cells are:
- start of the biological tsunami potential by repolarisation of the boundary layer tension of the cell membrane.
- signal synchronisation of the endocardial cells to a screw shaped surge wave technique.
- control of the haemolymph fluid through the lateral openings of the heart tube (ostia).
- control of the pump direction towards the head of the haemolymph fluids to the aorta.
In the later development
- control of the fenestrated capillaries (single layered endothelial cells with pores).
The endothelial cells of the final capillaries work equivalently to the embryonal endocardial cells.
Creation of a Cardiac Loop
From about the 4th development week the existing cardiac tube extends to the cardiac loop. By turning the cardiac loop in the sinus venosous area (Pict. 5, see 2) a node of the pulse surge wave is created (the later sinus node).
During the ensuing complicated septation processes of the ventricles the pulse surge waves are practically locked in. They are, however, via the sinus node innervated from the venous pulse surge waves so that this "stop" of the pulse surge waves becomes the basis for further development of the heart.
The creation of a temporarily separate ventricle within the closed blood circulation is necessary to induce as well as an increased blood pressure a sufficiently large control signal for a synchronised blood transport in all end capillaries.
Does the cardiovascular system quantum dynamically work with a
closed transport technique?
That would mean that for living beings with a high or low blood pressure system all endothelial cells attached to the vessel walls actively take part in the blood transport from the venous capillaries via the heart up to the arterial capillaries.
As first functioning system of the embryo the primitive heart tube works with basic biophysical and bio-cybernetic functions which can be maintained as constructive guideline for the further development of the cardiovascular systems of all living beings.
Comparison between the internal combustion engine and the heart
A technical comparison between an internal combustion engine and the heart lends itself because in both systems explosive fuels are used. With the engine the fuel is petrol and with the heart the "fuel" is the quantum dynamic surge wave of water.
For the technical sequence of the power development of the internal combustion engine the following factors are necessary: correct mixture of fuel and air via the carburettor (Pict. 6.1 see 1), compression (Pict. 6.1 see 2), correct spark ignition (Pict. 6.2 see 3), explosion
of the fuel mixtures, regulation of the intake and exhaust valves (Pict. 6.1 see 1), (Pict. 6.2 Pict. 5 Embryonic Development of the Heart After Ca. 4 Weeks see 4), power expansion in the cylinder hub area transmitted via the piston head/piston rod to the drive shaft (Pict. 6.2 see 1 + 2), (Pict. 6.2 see 3 + 4).
Bio-mechanics and Bio-cybernetics of the Heart
The following thought speaks for the bio-mechanical sequence of the force development of the heart: the muscle walls of the ventricles in their "Windkessel" function are responsible for the absorption of the explosive quantum dynamic increase in pressure. Valves serve as
high pressure regulators.
Proof: Video Heart MRI (3.24 mins)
For the bio-cybernetic functions the sinus node and the cardiac conduction system are responsible which activate the tsunami potential with an ignition signal. This process leads to an explosive blood expulsion volume of the left ventricle. Also via the sinus node a strong regulating signal creates a synchronised opening of the end capillaries. Also the consequent contraction of the heart muscle is a bio-cybernetic function of the sinus node.
According to my analyses of dynamic MRI scans in the different sectional plane the left ventricle exclusively works with the same basic bio-physical and bio-cybernetic elements as the embryonic heart tube.
The remaining attraction potential (AP) of water (Pict. 7.1, see AP) opens the aortic entry valve (Pict. 7.1, see 1) and sucks the expelled blood (Pict. 7.1, see 2) after homogenisation of the repulsion-attraction force field (Pict. 7.2, see 3) into the ventricle. The segmental repolarisation of the sinus node (Pict. 7.3, see 4) on the interior heart valve wall via the nervous conduction system (Pict. 7.3, see 5) activates the repulsion potential (RP). This potential together with an explosive expansion (pulse) of water (Pict. 7.3 see RP) is absorbed by the strong heart muscle. The additional catapult like expansion of the left ventricle (Pict. 7.3, see 6) coincides with a surge in energy for the heart muscle cells, which however is used up by the following heart muscle contraction. Simultaneously, there is an opening of the exit valve of the aorta (Pict. 7.4, see 7).
Video Heart MRI (3.24 mins)
The explosive increase of the repulsion-attraction potential of water in the blood catapults the blood cells without the force of the heart muscle from the ventricle. Hereby the main function under bio-cybernetic control of heart or vessel wall is to compensate the increase in pressure (Windkessel function). Heart or vessel wall give in momentarily but then
immediately follow muscle actively the drop in pressure. The main part of the blood transport is carried out by the blood plasma itself aided by the repulsion-attraction force field (RAF).
Drill Effect during the Cardio Expulsion Volume of Blood
The circular electrical discharge potential of the myocardial muscle (Pict. 8.1) is responsible for the drill effect of the expelled bloodstream (Pict. 8.2).
The Transport of Blood Capillaries
The blood capillaries which daily transport 7000 to 10000 litres of blood mostly have a smaller diameter than the red and white corpuscles. Only with the aid of the biological tsunami potential surge wave can they pass through the capillaries in rows of one (Pict. 9.1).
The existing cells as final recipients take over the steering and regulating of the capillaries, evenly distributing nutrients, the processing and the removal of waste material (pict. 9.2) These complex logistics are primarily hierarchically regulated by the DNA with a repulsionattraction
force field potential x10-12 over a cascading regulation. The DNA and its existing network of end recipient cells are calculated by logistics which is bio-cybernetically and bio mechanically carried out with the repulsion-attraction force field of the cell membrane.
Via the capillaries which altogether have a total filter area of 6000 to 7000 sq. m there is a constant metabolic exchange to the existing cells. If one were to piece together all blood capillaries of a human being, they would come to twice the earth's circumference.
The technically logical aspect of the bio-cybernetics between cell and sinus node
The essential control signal of the pulse frequency of the sinus node can only be the actual energy requirement of all body cells.
In the functional bio-cybernetics biological control circuits are so very strongly interconnected that via a cascading control parts of a control circuit can at the same time be parts of another.
The energy requirement of all cells is conducted over a total filter area of 6000 to 7000 sq.m of the end capillaries and offers itself bio-cybernetically as an actual "energy consumption meter.”
Example of a bio-cybernetic cascading regulation of the cellular energy distribution via 3 closed regulatory circuits:
The 1st regulatory circuit the cell with the DNA regulator (Pict. 10.3) directs the 2nd regulatory circuit, the end capillary regulator (Pict. 10.2) and this directs the 3rd regulatory circuit, the sinus node regulator (Pict. 10.1) which is responsible for the pulse frequency of the heart.
The signal data of the regulatory circuit control via the repulsion-attraction force fields (RAF) of the veins the pulse frequency of the blood circulatory system via the sinus node direct.
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