bioelectromagnetics


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bioelectromagnetics

Pseudomedicine
A type of pseudiagnostics based on the pseudoscientific assertion that distant electromagnetic activity—e.g., from geomagnetic movement, seismic activity, solar wind, sunspots and changes in the weather—affect a person’s electrostatic aura and behaviour.
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Related fields to Psychotronics include research covering the above forces, energies, and phenomena of psychotronics: bioelectromagnetics, bioenergetics, biophotonics, biophysics, psionics, psychoenergetics, psychoneuroimmunology, quantum biology, radionics, scalar electromagnetics.
Related fields to Psychotronics include: research covering the above forces, energies, and phenomena of psychotronics: bioelectromagnetics, bioenergetics, biophotonics, biophysics, psionics, psychoenergetics, psychoneuroimmunology, quantum biology, radionics, scalar electromagnetics.
Roosli, "Therapeutic effects of whole-body devices applying pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF): A systematic literature review," Bioelectromagnetics, vol.
De Mattei, "Pulsed electromagnetic fields stimulate osteogenic differentiation in human bone marrow and adipose tissue derived mesenchymal stem cells," Bioelectromagnetics, vol.
Preliminary results were presented at the Joint Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European BioElectro-magnetics Association, Ghent, Belgium, 2016.
Huang et al., "Aggregation process of paramagnetic particles in fluid in the magnetic field," Bioelectromagnetics, vol.
Ahlbom, "Neurodegenerative diseases, suicide and depressive symptoms in relation to EMF", Bioelectromagnetics , Suppl 5: pp.
"Bioinformation in the biofield: beyond bioelectromagnetics." Journal of Alternative & Complementary Med.
Comparison perception of singular transcranial magnetic stimuli by subjectively electrosensitive subjects and general population controls, Bioelectromagnetics. (2005) 26:287-298