General Science and Philosophy

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[3] viXra:1101.0094 [pdf] submitted on 28 Jan 2011

Structure and Memory in Water II.

Authors: J. Dunning-Davies
Comments: 2 pages

This note draws attention to recent work by Nobel Prize Winner Luc Montagnier which seems to offer experimental support for the theoretical work reviewed in an earlier posting on this site. Once again, electromagnetic effects are introduced in an attempt to offer an acceptable explanation for some initially surprising experimental results.
Category: General Science and Philosophy

[2] viXra:1101.0081 [pdf] submitted on 24 Jan 2011

Structure and Memory in Water

Authors: J. Dunning-Davies
Comments: 5 pages

Attention is drawn to a recent article, which appeared in the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, discussing the amount of largely unrecognised structure present in water. This theoretical article supports and amplifies experimental work published by Benveniste in the journal Nature in 1988. The possible consequences for a solid scientific foundation for homeopathy are immediately obvious, although a great deal more work is necessary in order to be able to present a totally watertight justification for homeopathic remedies.
Category: General Science and Philosophy

[1] viXra:1101.0064 [pdf] replaced on 31 Jun 2011

A Law of Nature

Authors: Ir J.A.J. van Leunen
Comments: 7 pages

Complexity plays an important role in all kinds of human activity as well as in nature. Complexity can be defined in terms of the number of relations that must be handled accounted relative to the number of potential relations. Modularization is an efficient methodology that helps reducing the number of relevant relations. It has the property that it becomes more efficient when the availability and the diversity of modules that can be coupled increase. Its efficiency can grow exponentially when modules can be generated out of simpler modules. In nature this effect leads to the generation of very complex creatures, such as intelligent species. In fact it is possible to interpret this tendency as a new law of nature.
Category: General Science and Philosophy