The effects of geophysical anomalies on the biosphere (Doctoral thesis)
The hypothesis of this research is that geophysical anomalies can have biological effects and they are related to ancient monument architecture through the hormesis process. The effect of location and its geophysical properties on biology was known since ancient times. This thesis makes an attempt to define geophysical anomalies and analyze the various parameters that constitute them. Furthermore, the mechanisms through which these anomalies interact with human biology, flora and fauna are analyzed. The effect of intensity along with the time exposure is taken into consideration regarding the contradictory effects of the various parameters of geophysical anomalies - hormesis. Finally, the geophysical properties of the location of various ancient monuments around the world is examined, regarding the potential correlation to the phenomenon of hormesis. The results conclude that there is a combined effect of ancient monuments' location and architecture on human biology and plants, and an attempt to suggest possible function of these monuments is carried out.
|Institution and School/Department of submitter:||Πανεπιστήμιο Ιωαννίνων. Σχολή Επιστημών Υγείας. Τμήμα Ιατρικής|
|Keywords:||Geophysical anomalies,Geopathic stress,Temples,Hormesis,Magnetism,Radiation,Healing,Earth radiation,Magnetic field,Bioelectromagnetism,Γεωφυσικές ανωμαλίες,Γεωπαθητικό στρες,Ναούς,Όρμιση,Μαγνητισμός,Ακτινοβολία,Θεραπεία,Γήινη ακτινοβολία,Μαγνητικό πεδίο,Βιοηλεκτρομαγνητισμός|
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