The heart - a pulsating  jet pump?


If the current textbooks on physiology are studied by means of the cardiovascular system, they correctly describe the technical treatment of flow theory, wind-chill function and electromagnetic control signals.

The physiological explanation of the cardiovascular system by the flow theory of the mechanical engineering sounds good, but it can not be used functionally.

Nature obviously uses the biophysical power of the Lennard-Jones potential from the field of atomic- molecule physics. In this case, a uniform "cardiovascular-jet pump system" with a high-pressure and low-pressure segment is developed from the embryonic heart-tube pump. Water and repulsion attraction force field form the basic structural element for the jet flow technology. This allows water in a closed system, such as the bloodstream, to build up a strong "Repulsion-Attraction-Forcefield" (RAF) in the plasma (90% water).

The Lennard-Jones potential (repulsion attraction)

 The Lennard-Jones potential (L-J-P) describes in the atomic and molecular physics an electrical interaction of repulsion and attraction potential between two particles.

 If the respective particles are approached, the repulsive portion (Pauli repulsion with a positive sign) dominates below a certain distance (Fig .: 1), and the potential energy rapidly increases. In the case of a broadening of the distance between two particles, the attractive forces predominate, and the potential energy increases first, then decreases again (van der Waals potential with a negative sign).

 At the place where both forces are compensated, the potential energy has a minimum.

 The cause of these forces is the subject of quantum mechanics.

On September 28, 2006, a test setup (2 free-floating cylinder glasses in 2 panes filled with water to the brim) was described in a patent application (DE102005013203A1) under the title "Mechanical Signal Transmission System" (Fig.:2+3). The experiment shows, inter alia, a physically "Repulsion-Attraction-Forcefield" (RAF). This optically visible effect behaves like the Lennard-Jones potential. Like the gravitational force, the Lennard-Jones potential can not be directly detected by measurements.


Repulsion-Attraction-Forcefield"  (RAF) 1:16 min

Change of the floating bodies after increasing the surface and interfacial tension in the top view

In addition to a series of other experimental results, which are later used for the biocybernetic signal transfer, the physically visible centering of swimming cells by the repulsion effect from the glass edge is sufficient for the comparison to the cardiovascular system.

The heart - A pulsating jet pump?

 How is the physical conversion of the Lennard-Jones potential in the cardiovascular system?

 The physical conditions in the upper half circle of the figure show no surface tension. The physical conditions in the lower semicircle of the figure show a maximum surface and base voltage. (Fig. 4) This maximum surface tension is comparable to the biophysical conditions in the left ventricle. (Fig. 5)

If the diaphragm wall potential becomes polarity reversal by an electrically delayed "screw signal", the plasma close to the cell wall reacts with the explosive repulsive force, similar to a jet drive, along with pressure rise and a rotations of the blood current . In this case, the main task of the heart or vessel wall is to compensate  the pressure increase by a biocybernetic  control.. The heart and the vessel wall give way for a short moment, but immediately follow the pressure drop muscularly. The main load of the blood transport is therefore the blood plasma, with the help of the repulsion attraction force field (RAK) itself. With the electrical excitation signal from the sinus node over the His bundle to a polarity reversal of the membrane potential (minus potential) Epithelial cells) three physical peculiarities are remarkable:

 1. The explosive-like increased plasma repulsive potential catapults  the blood cells lying in the middle in a gentle repulsive lattice formation from the heart chamber without cardiac muscle force.

 2. The circular electric discharge potential of the central ring muscle provides the helical effect of the ejected blood stream.

 3. Since each blood vessel wall builds up its own repulsive potential in the lattice formation with the surrounding plasma, an additional spin effect occurs depending on the cell mass.

 The benefits of this spin effect will be discussed under cardiovascular cybernetics.

The blood circulation

 In the entire cardiovascular system, the blood cells are also held in the center of all vessel lumens by the "Repulsion-Attraction-Forcefield" (RAF). A biophysical static property.

 If one assumes that the vascular system has not forgotten the abilities since the embryonic time, where a heart tube pumped the blood without valve flaps, an autonomous pumping performance of the blood circulation vessels is conceivable.

 The extent to which the Lennard Jones potential contributes to a comprehensible solution is outlined as follows:

 As with the left heart ventricular, an electrical signal activates the "Repulsion-Attraction-Forcefield" (RAF) (pulse pressure) in the helical muscle (tunica media) and is responsible for the transport of plasma and blood cells.

 Here too, the polarity reversal of the membrane potential (minus potential) of the innermost cell wall layer (epithelial cells) triggers a plasma-jet reversal thrust in the direction of the heart. This results in a blood pressure increase with an increased thrusting power of the mean blood plasma flow towards the capillaries. (Fig. 8)

 in the case of the freely movable blood cells, the "Repulsion-Attraction-Forcefield" (RAF) triggers a screw shaped blood  flow and a stronger speed towards the capillaries. Thus, the blood cells move faster than the plasma flow. In addition, the blood cells continue to have a spin effect as a result of the directional pulse from the screw shaped vessel musculature.

 The Drill effect and the autonomous velocity of the blood cells probably support the biocybernetics of quantitative and qualitative blood distribution and will soon be treated  under the  chapter: cardiovascular cybernetics.


 My conclusion to be discussed:

Does the cardiovascular system work with a pulsating jet technique along with the repulsive attraction force (RAK)?

 Is RAF in the systole (aorta valve opening) responsible for the jerky expansion of the chamber wall?

 Is the drilling effect of the blood flow possible only with RAF?

 Does gland formation help to preserve the blood cells? (Repulsion-Attraction-Forcefield (RAF)

 Does the preservation of the heart and vessel walls result from the repulsive force in the plasma?

 Can blood cells be controlled by self-propulsion of RAF in plasma?

 Is a "blood cell spin" a biocybernetically  usable signal?

The technique of the Transrapid has inspired me to think about the blood transport in our body

But when comparing the two systems, drive technology and cybernetics have always taken their lead in nature.

Only living cells in the water have the ability to alter the repulsion attraction force field (Lennard-Jones potential) on the cell wall.

 Thus, a submarine can utilize the static power of the Lennard-Jones potential for faster underwater than on the water. A whale or sailfish, however, still has a second option through the dynamic Lennard-Jones potential: an energy-saving drive technology on the outer skin, without the use of muscle power.

H2O + (L-J-P) is the simplest biological universal switch 0-1, which is necessary for all mechanical performance of living beings as an executive building block, while at the same time utilizing the hydrogen bridges for the information processing of all signal-controlled biological control circuits.