Courseware

This section presents lectures by Mr. Claudio Poggi, qualified engineer, and Dr. Ezio Gallas presented at the faculty of medicine of the University of Aquila on 10 May 2013.

Biological effects of electromagnetic fields and ion cyclotron resonance on the metabolism of cells

Prof. Vincenzo Salfi

 

Diagnostic and therapeutic use of electromagnetic fields

Mr. Livio Giuliani, qualified engineer
Electromagnetic fields, quantum physics, and ion cyclotron resonance: from the diagnostic use of electromagnetic fields to therapeutic applications.

 

Effects of ion cyclotron resonance

Mr. Livio Giuliani, qualified engineer
Electromagnetic fields and quantum physics: the effects of ion cyclotron resonance generated by an electromagnetic field on the quantum motion of ions and on water clusters.

 

New Paradigms in the Nature/Person Relationship. The role of the technological revolution

Dr. Adriano Gasperi
The possibility for global communication provided by the Internet permits the spread of information using new technological instruments. For example, it is possible to encourage recovery of health in an ecologically compatible way by applying the latest discoveries in physics about electromagnetic fields, as in the case of ion cyclotron resonance.

 

The Electromagnetic Man – Part One

Mr. Claudio Poggi, qualified engineer
The electromagnetic man and the biological effects of electromagnetic fields. The medical world is based on chemistry but new scientific evidence offers the possibility of different approaches based on low frequency and low intensity electromagnetic fields: ion cyclotron resonance.

 

The Electromagnetic Man – Part Three

Mr. Claudio Poggi, qualified engineer
Experimental proof of the theory of ion cyclotron resonance and of the biological effects of electromagnetic fields – new theoretical developments.

 

The Electromagnetic Man – Part Two

Mr. Claudio Poggi, qualified engineer
The lack of knowledge about the effects of electromagnetic fields means that in medicine and biology almost exclusively only the thermal effects of electromagnetic fields are thought to be significant, but as we will see, this is incorrect. Ion cyclotron resonance and the problem of KT.