“…A single group of atoms existing only in one copy produces
orderly events, marvelously tuned in with each other and with the environment
according to most subtle laws… we are here obviously faced with events
whose regular and lawful unfolding is guided by a ‘mechanism’ entirely
different from the ‘probability mechanism’ of physics.”
E. Schrödinger. What is Life? 1944
“…[The] place of the embryonic formative process is a
field (in the usage of physicists) the boundaries of which, in general,
do not coincide with those of the embryo but surpass them. Embryogenesis,
in other words, comes to pass inside the fields. … Thus what is given
to us as a living system would consist of the visible embryo (or egg,
respectively) and a field.”
Gurwitsch, A.G. The Theory of the Biological
“…[B]iology remains today, as it has always been,
a repository of conceptual enigmas for contemporary physics…”
Robert Rosen. Essays on Life Itself. 1999
“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”
W. Shakespeare. Hamlet
There are yet-unknown physical forces and interactions that are responsible for emergence and function of life. The epigenetic biofield control system of the organism (EBCSO) carries fundamental programs of life – development, maintenance, reproduction and death – that are re-encoded from the available genetic material at any stage of organism’s development. EBCSO also holds two mechanisms for realization of those programs: in behavior — the mind — and in physiology (no name as yet). Neither of the above can be explained by currently known physical forces but they demonstrate properties of energy and information.
— To bring the
concept of the Biofield Control System (BCS) presented in The Book to
the attention of the scientific community.
— To arrange an experimental study on sensitivity of embryonic stem cells in vitro
to female’s BCS reproduction program.
— To stimulate founding of an International Scientific Consortium For the Advansement
in Biophysics and Medicine.
— To initiate studies of physical carriers of epigenetic control systems on colonies (bacteria, ants, termites, etc.) where the control system must be spread in space occupied by the colony.