Transmission of Wellness Information Signals Using an Inerton Field Channel

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  •   Volodymyr Krasnoholovets

  •   Vasyl Fedorivsky

Abstract


We examine the nature of field signals capable to correct the functioning of the human body and the possibility to transmit such signals from a remote source. To understand this, the matter wave (i.e. the particle’s wave y-function) is expanded in two subsystems: the particle itself and a cloud of spatial excitations named inertons. They are inertons that carry fragments of mass and provide a short-range action between adjacent atoms. The existence of inertons has already been confirmed in many experiments. A system of entities (atoms or molecules) is filled with their own inertons and such system has to be considered as a casing filled with an inerton gas. These inertons indeed behave like a gas that fluctuates at the same frequencies as the molecules of the casing. It was shown previously that inertons periodically come from the mass state m to the tension state x. This means that inertons behave as a typical wave oscillating between the compression and stretching. Inerton wavelets are capable of being emitted from the system of vibrating entities. It is demonstrated that inerton wavelets can carry information to a remote receptor (distant even by many kilometres) transmitting to it the necessary information signals.



Keywords: phonons, inertons, signal trasnmission, information therapy

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Krasnoholovets, V., & Fedorivsky, V. (2020). Transmission of Wellness Information Signals Using an Inerton Field Channel. European Journal of Applied Physics, 2(6). https://doi.org/10.24018/ejphysics.2020.2.6.25