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Supervisor : Irena Cosic
Francis Chu
Associate Supervisor : Brian Lithgow
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Living organisms begin as protein or amino acid molecules.
Evolution starts when these basic building blocks selectively
interact with one another.
The interactions are based on electromagnetic energy transfer.
Biological electromagnetic fields emit from Heart, Brain, other
organs and muscles.
They are carriers of biological informations in our body. The
carriers of biological informations can be defined as a complex
energy comprising of bio-electric currents, magnetic fields and
infra red radiation.
Biological magnetic fields from the human heart and brain were
first detected by the SQUID machine in America in the 1980’s.
Extraordinary large biological magnetic fields of 2 to 4 mGauss at
7 to 10 Hz frequencies were detected at Showa University in 1992.
Their measuring apparatus consisted of amplifying sensor of twin
80,ooo turn coils, AD625 series amplifier, high and low pass filters
at 2 and 30 Hz cut off.
Project is launched to quantify the emission of biological magnetic
field initially by replicating the above Japanese experiment.
My preliminary experiments with EEG on subjects show
encouraging results in physiological change.
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Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
Postgraduate Student Research Forum 2001