Changes in Rectal Temperatures and Forced Swimming Behaviors of Mice Irradiated by 30Hz Interference Magnetic Fields _An Attempt to Resolve the Qigong Mechanism

Author: Aoki T 1//Yoshida K 2//Yoshihuku Y 1//Adachi Y 3
College of Engineering, Chubu University (Aichi, Japan) [1]//Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Chubu University (Aichi, Japan) [2]//College of Business Administration and Information Science, Chubu University (Aichi, Japan) [3]
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Sci
Date published: 2005
Other: Volume ID: 23 , Issue ID: 1 , Pages: 124-132 , Word Count: 224

Two electromagnetic waves having the same wavelength propagate, meet as they travel, and then are nullified in an instant by interference; next wave fronts are produced from this nullified point and the electromagnetic waves continue to propagate forward. Exactly what is the electromagnetically nullified point? It is well known that the most of the magnetic fields produced by nerve excitement currents in a living body are nullified by interference. We previously pointed out the significance of investigating biomedical influences of interference nullified fields (in other words, interference opposed-fields) in research on the qigong mechanism, and we reported the experimental fact that 65kHz interference opposed-fields produced by a coil had significant biomedical influences. However, biomedical influences by interference opposed-fields of scores of Hz (i.e. average frequency levels for nerve excitement currents) have not been investigated yet. In the present experiment, we examined influences for 30Hz magnetic opposed-fields produced by a non-induction coil on rectal temperatures and swimming activities of mice. We found that the fields had significant biomedical effects, and this suggested that the fields actually existed in the physical world, although they were nullified mathematically. We thought there would be a possibility that the interference opposed-fields produced by currents flowing in a living body such as a qigong healer would have biomedical influences on other bodies, without actually physically touching or invading them.