Publications

Released-activity (contemporary view of homeopathy and non-homeopathy)
Original title. Релиз-активность (современный взгляд на гомеопатию и негомеопатию)
Basic research
Author translation
Abstract
This essay presents the data that provide an up-to-date insight into the ‘low dose’ issue, demonstrate prospects of their use and pull back the veil of secrecy from homeopathy.

The phenomenon of release activity and the hypothesis of "spatial" homeostasis
Basic research
Abstract
When analyzing the technology of multiple sequential reductions in concentration of parent substance we have discovered a novel physical phenomenon. It was shown that dilutions of parent substance prepared using this technology have one common peculiarity - they are capable to exert direct modifying effect on parent substance altering spatial structure of parent substance and consequently its physical, chemical and biological properties. Technologically processed dilutions also exert activity when they do not contain molecules of parent substance. We have defined a newly revealed modifying activity manifested in the process of multiple sequential reductions in concentrations and associated with vehicle as release-activity while the drugs exerting modifying activity we have called release-active drugs. Having analyzed the ceffects of a drug in the whole range of doses - toxic, therapeutic, low doses as well as release-active form of a drug we came to a conclusion that there were supramolecular spatial matrices with the structure, which was identical to the one of a certain substance, and combines body molecules into semantic molecular assemblies. All biological systems unlike nonliving nature have dual structure - both individual and specific ones. Enhancement in any body spatial complexity is its key feature from the point of view of evolution development; that is why all processes - both normal physiologic and pathologic ones - shall comply with superiority of preservation of a body spatial structure hierarchy (hypothesis of spatial homeostasis).

The spatial homeostasis hypothesis
Basic research
Abstract

From studies on the effects of “high dilutions” on organisms, it was found that their administration induces a delicate physiological (molecular and cellular) response. Occasionally, physiological reactions can become atypical (pathological) individual reactions. To resolve this paradox, the spatial homeostasis hypothesis has been proposed. It considers pathological processes as tools used by living systems, in order to retain their spatial integrity (symmetry), allowing them to properly reflect the geometry of the surrounding world and thus, to be a part of the evolutionary process. This article addresses an interdisciplinary subject and is aimed at natural scientists (physicists, chemists, and biologists) as well as philosophers.