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Psychology and Psychotherapy: Research Study

Dynamic Element of Life

  • Open or CloseStanislav Ordin*

    Senior Researcher of Ioffe Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

    *Corresponding author:Stanislav Ordin, Senior Researcher of Ioffe Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Submission: September 18, 2019;Published: October 16, 2019

Abstract

The mathematical game “Life” created only the illusion of understanding the mechanism of life, because Itself was built on the initial assumption of the existence of initially living cells and described only the process of their rapid (not purely statistical) reproduction. The absence of a basic physical idea of Life leads to the fact that medical research of critical conditions of the human body is conducted blindly, by trial and error, and often in the wrong direction. As shown in the work, in the analysis of the life of an individual cell, it is fundamentally necessary to take into account the dynamic element, which is nothing more than a harmonic packet of polaritons disproportionate to the structure of the cell. Understanding this is of great practical importance when conducting electrophysical experiments on a separate living cell, as well as on individual organs, and on the person as a whole. And misunderstanding leads to the fact that often the techniques used to study/treat the brain are based on direct current, which is similar to fixing a computer by hitting it with a hammer.

Keywords: Malfunctions; Engines; Crystal; Living cell; Polaritons

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