Vertical and horizontal biological cybernetics in the Gravitational field


Nearly all higher beings subject to gravity have evolved so that they are equipped with a biocybernetically strong vertically directed biodynamic. This is achieved thanks to aqua physics in the boundary areas. Only fish and amphibians permanently living in water are an exception and are biocybernetically equipped with a strong horizontally (lateral) directed biodynamic.

An optical proof of the force potential for the horizontal (lateral) direction of fish offers the VIDEO: table tennis ball/paperclip, in which simultaneously repulsion and attraction forces of two swimming objects can be watched on a varying water level (pict. TT2+TT3).

Test Procedure:

This water glass test in the boundary layer zones glass / water / air shows: that if the water level at the edge of the glass changes from a concave to a convex boundary, paradox movements of the free swimming objects occur on the surface of the water with a reverse change of direction of the table tennis ball and paper clip (pict. TT1). The compelling force of the swimming objects points to a  repulsion-attraction force field (RAF=Lennard-Jones Potential), in which a quantum mechanicallly adapted formation of the water molecules to the boundary layer medium is created.

This test shows two essential properties of water for the maintenance of the biocybernetics of cells:

First: every boundary layer zone of a cell membrane provides a variable energy potential through the existing repulsive attractive force field (RAF) of water. Thus, three boundary layer zones with their own energy potential for signal amplification are created intracellularly between the DNA and the outer cell membrane.  With this signal cascade, a dorsal (attraction) and ventral (repulsion) force potential is generated hydrodynamically in the extracellular space. In interaction via the outer skin, the force potential of the interface medium water / air can be increased.

Second: water molecules by way of the quantum dynamic attraction-repulsion-attraction potential (0-1-0) take over the function of microbiological switching relays.

The question arises whether the quantum dynamic RAF could also form the prime mover in the evolution of all sensory organs.


Living beings could therefore by means of a signal cascade increase the weak boundary layer potential of water from cell membrane to cell membrane right up to the boundary layers inner vessel walls/blood as well as outer skin/water/air.

Example Cardio Vascular System

More on the evolution of the cardio vascular system with regard to the quantum dynamic repulsion-attraction force field (RAF) of water in the boundary layer zones can be found under "Tsunami Potential in the Cardio Vascular System"


All technical-physical calculations about flight and diving techniques of living beings including the haemo dynamics of the cardio vascular systems are incomplete without consideration of the repulsion-attraction force field (RAF) with its quantum dynamic potential of water in the boundary layer zone cell membrane water or outer skin water/air.


The Horizontal (lateral) Evolutionary Theory of Living Beings  

The possibility of gravitation free design of cell connexions in the horizontal water level led to nearly all fish as well as amphibians that permanently live in water developing lateral biodynamics and biocybernetics. The repulsion-attraction force field (RAF) in the boundary layer zone of outer skin/water of fish compared with the mammals living in water is considerably less. Fish however with their lateral organs can create a strong bilateral RAF (pict.W/S 2/Q2+Q3), which can work independently from earth's gravity and are responsible for the extraordinary power of navigation and acceleration techniques.

The Tsunami and the RAF Potential of Water:

The enormous energy potential of a tsunami which can spread over very large distances is facilitated by a quantum dynamical RAF surge wave which spreads horizontally which cannot be stopped by the occuring vertical gravitational force of earth.


Lateral Organs as Driving Force

The lateral organs with their gelatinous cupulas at the nerve ends comprise all components (cascading cybernetics DNA outer skin) for the production of electromagnetic surge waves (from the dorsal fin to the head) as energy saving driving force. (Pict.W1).

With a flight reflex or predator prey signal via the lateral organs of fish the tsunami potential can be activated through repoling of the cell membranes in water and  acceleration can be increased considerably whereby in small fish the C driving force (pict.C1) is dominant.

Here the question arises if the space saving frontal-lateral sensory organs in the head area of a fish with its Lorenzini ampoules and the short nerve conduction to the brain are completely sufficient as a navigational system and if the larger lateral organs from the head to the tail fin functionally anatomical are conceived more as electromagnetic driving force (surge wave or C drive)


The Vertical Biocybernetics of Living Beings

In contrast all other living beings on land and in the air, but also whales, dolphins, ocean reptiles and penguins (pict. PK1) are equipped with a biocybernetic vertical biodynamic of a lateral cybernetic of the sensory organs.

In order to maintain a biodynamic counterweight the vertically directed living beings have to produce a larger RAF againts earth's gravity via the dorsal (WS2 Q1) and ventral (WS2 Q4) outer skin. This is a prerequisite to direct the dominantly vertically aligned muscular driving force of whales, dolphins, turtles and penguins through water.

Comparison of Diving Technique: Submarine - Sperm Whale & w.L

Verticallly situated biocybernetics offer an energy saving diving technique at different diving depths (pict. PK1). For the Sperm whale ca. 3000 m, for the leatherback turtle ca. 1200 m for the penguin ca. 500 m the diving process biocybernetically is instigated via the dorsal and ventral RAF of the outer skin (as biologic ballast tank = change in water density) and gains cell energy during the down dive which during the dive to the surface is used up again.

Which Living Beings Optimally Utilise the RAF Potential?

When it comes to penguins and the albatross, both birds through their feathers have an enlarged boundary area which could conceivably increase the RAF potential of the outer skin dorsally and ventrally.

The Jesus Christ Lizard (basilisk) as a water skater and the flying gecko (ptychozoon) should be working with a strong ventral repulsion force field and a dorsal attraction force field via the outer skin, whereby the force fields form from the tail (minus pole) to the head (plus pole).

With a vertical biocybernetic of living beings the question arises is a weak surge wave technique in the boundary layer zones of the outer skin/water/air possible.?

How has the pterosaur who lived on this earth for more than 100 million years (with a wingspan of up to 12 m) managed his flight technique with the quantum dynamic RAF potential?


Wild Animal Telemetry (Biologgin)

With the extraordinary performances of animals during the research of wild animal telemetry (Biologgin), biocybernetics and the energy consumption of repulsion-attraction force fields in the boundar layer zones could be best tested. 


RAF of Man and Machine

During the Swim research in the high performance range of 2000m to 2008 m with the national trainer of the DSV swimming/youth Frau Dipl. Pedagogue Beate Ludewig during a complex performance diagnostic (CLD) in Leibzig 2003 the drop in regulatory energy and the water boyancy of high performance swimmers were documented. Then already it was shown that as well as in the pool as also in the stream channel, the RAF in the boundary layer zone of outer skin/water is the decisive factor for the variable boyant force (pict. LD2) of living beings in water.

With the patent application of 16 March 2005 under the headline "Mechanical Signal Transfer System" the reaction of a repulsion-attraction force field (RAF) of the "Pils Glass Experiment" was optically documented. The result of this test series also delivered the logical explanation that a human with a dolphin kick technique (variable RAF) can move faster under water. Comparable to a submarine (static RAF) which equally can move faster under water than above.

More information can be found in the book of the Doctors' Publishing House in Vienna: Painfree Through Human Cybernetics: In The Footsteps of Own Body Regulation, Bettina Reckter, Herbert Koerner, published in October 2015, ISBN 9783-99052-124-3

When the large tail fin of a sperm whale appears above the water level, it seems as if he wants to tell us: look here my horizontal tail fin is proof that I as an evolutionary mammal have conquered my living space in the ocean!

Berlin Feb. 2018