mercredi 25 novembre 2009



<object width="400" height="225"><param name="allowfullscreen" value="true" /><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always" /><param name="movie" value=";;show_title=1&amp;show_byline=1&amp;show_portrait=1&amp;color=00ADEF&amp;fullscreen=1" /><embed src=";;show_title=1&amp;show_byline=1&amp;show_portrait=1&amp;color=00ADEF&amp;fullscreen=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" width="400" height="225"></embed></object><p><a href="">Le message de Leina Sato</a> from <a href="">UNIVERSITE INTEGRALE</a> on <a href="">Vimeo</a>.</p>

"Dolphins may well be carrying information as well as functions critical to the regeneration of life upon our planet." - Buckminster Fuller

The Effects of Human~Dolphin interaction

Exposure and interaction with dolphins has shown various consequences, documented by both Scientific Research and experience.

Can relieve depression and other mental disturbances.

Often a feeling of joy, unconditional acceptance and openness is communicated, which psychologically and physiologically is of enormous value

In some cases it assists in improving the quality of life in regard to brain damage, mental and physical retardation, Downs Syndrome, autism, ADD, etc. 

Has shown a pain inhibiting effect from 3 hours to 4 days. This was measured on patients with chronic back pain. 

Has shown that the production of infection fighting T-cells, endorphins and hormones is often stimulated .

The intensity of the dolphins echolocation system of 8.3 W/cm2, and their frequencies of up to 200.000 Hz can possibly explain the physiological cell and tissue changes and the influence on nerve cells via resonance, cavitation and sonophoresis.

After contact with dolphins, an increased synchronicity between the right and left brain hemispheres has been observed, plus a higher degree of the slow brainwaves in the spectrum of Alpha and Theta. This among other things strengthens the immune system and self-regulating processes of the body.

Dolphin research by Michael Hyson has shown that dolphins use their phonators to produce high frequency sounds, work with phase control, sound aiming, and sound cancellation to produce a kind of holographic communication.

Through these mechanisms, ultrasound causes improved healing of bone fractures and non-unions and improves healing soft tissue injuries etc. Ultrasound can affect cell membranes, and chemistry and even alter gene expression.

Our DNA is capable of producing and receiving sound (phonons) and light (photons). DNA can even trap photons in a photon lattice (see research of Prof. Popp and the Biophysics Institute in Neuss, Germany). Because of its sacred double spiral, it is able to spiral light around it's double helix structure, instead of letting it precede along a linear path. The DNA is a kind of a lens which can attract electromagnetic energy into itself. Lindstaedt emphasizes that "every biochemical reaction is preceded by an electromagnetic signal". The matrix that is produced and sustained by frequency oscillations "provides the energetic switchboarding behind every cell function, including DNA/RNA messengering". "Cell membranes scan and convert signals into electromagnetic events as proteins change shape to vibrations of specific resonant frequencies".
The high frequency sounds made by dolphins can cause the same effects as medical ultrasound, such as microbubble formation and cavitation. A bubble is a cavity and the collapse of a bubble can heat the steam inside it to some 6000 degrees Celsius (near the surface temperature of the sun!). At such temperatures novel chemical reactions occur called sonochemistry.

Sono-chemistry is the interaction of sound with matter through the process of cavitation. Chemists induce cavitation by generating intense standing sound waves, creating alternating regions of compression and expansion that can form bubbles 100 microns in diameter. The bubbles implode violently in less than a microsecond, heating their contents to 5,500 degrees Celsius - approximately the temperature of the sun's surface. ("The Chemical Effects of Ultrasound", Suslick, Kennenth S., Scientific American, Feb 1989 v260 n2 p80(7)).

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