CURRENT QUESTIONS ABOUT THE BOUNDARY SURFACE PHYSICS OF WATER, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE REPULSION ATTRACTION FORCE FIELD (RAF) (as of October 2021)
1. Questions about the Repulsion Attraction Force field (RAF):
Does the RAF essentially follow the Lennard-Jones potential?
Can a closed water jacket at the boundary surface of inorganic and organic matter create a repulsion attraction force field (RAF) as a signal converter? (see graphic)
Would that provide the bio-cybernetic possibility of sending and receiving mechanical or non-material information signals?
To what extent can non-material information signals penetrate solid matter? (e.g. when using drug detection dogs)
Does the centering of the Kölsch glass essentially result from the maximum increased water level of the water-air boundary surface with the maximum RAK and is the horizontal mass attraction of glass 1 and glass 2 thereby canceled?
Is the RAF a tetrapolar water compass that is responsible for aligning the two glass with each other in the final phase of commuting?
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Does the RAF water compass have a geometric water memory?
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2. Questions about signal transfer from cells:
Do all living beings work with a repulsion attraction force field (RAK), which in its simplest form is designed as a reflective protection zone beyond the cell boundaries?
Can a signal converter as described above carry out a complete exchange of information from cell to cell?
Is a coupled signal transfer possible via cell-water-air-water-cell?
Does the closed RAF water jacket work at the boundary surface of a cell as a bio-cybernetic signal converter and is therefore in direct signal contact with the DNA?
Is there a non-material RAF information transfer of the human water column from the human 1 boundary surface to the human 2 boundary surface?
And what effects would this information transfer have on psychology?
Does an interaction of non-material signals occur at the RAF boundary surface of inorganic (TT-Ball) and organic (experiment-observer) matter?
Do the two sense organs nose and skin work with a bipolar RAK signal transfer like eyes and ears?
3. Questions about the RAK in closed systems of living beings (from the cardiovascular system to the cell):
Can an electrical reversal of polarity at the interface between the vessel wall and the inner cell wall trigger an increase in the repulsion force of the RAK for a short period of time?
Can this lead to an explosive increase in the distance between the blood cells and the vessel wall?
Can the endothelial cells on the inner walls of the vessels and the endocardial cells of the heart be the cybernetic trigger of this polarity reversal?
Is the boundary surface RAF the biophysical main driving force of the circulatory system? And does this circulatory system mainly have a windkessel function?
Is the boundary surface RAF decisive for the approx. 50 atmospheric explosive increase in the internal pressure of the coronavirus?
On the case of the Parisian biomedical scientist Jacques Benveniste, the Nature editor-in-chief John Maddox and James Randi. (1988)
In 2005, a year after Jacques Benvieniste's death, I was invited by the Paris Institute National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM) to have the Pilsner glass experiment checked in a laboratory. In the presence of Benveniste's former co-workers and Don Friedman (Xpert, Santa Barbara, USA), several runs of the Pilsner glass experiment were successful.
A video camera recorded the test procedures. Even in a shielded steel safe with a distance of 5 meters between the Pilsner glasses, both free-floating glasses commute to the standstill. It turned out, however, that the fluctuations in movement turned out differently depending on the presence of the viewer. If a certain person was in the room as an observer, the experiment failed.
In the subsequent discussion it was agreed that people with their RAK skin-air interface can manipulate such experiments in a positive as well as in a negative direction.
In 1988 the biomedical scientist Jacques Benveniste was on the right track.