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Mark Green, Ph.D.

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The article summarizes the stages of development of the theory and practice of millimeter waves in medicine. Various schools, directions and methods of millimeter-wave ( MMB ) therapy and diagnosis are considered. The existing hypothesis is described that explains the principles of interaction of electromagnetic radiation ( EMR ) of the MMW range with the human body at the cellular level.

The error of this hypothesis is shown and a new hypothesis is put forward, confirmed by multiple results of functional diagnostics on the hardware-software complex ( APC ) "Vegetative resonance test"


In the mid -60s of the last century, Soviet scientists, academician ND Devyatkov and Doctor of Technical Sciences MB Golant , who at that time were studying electromagnetic radiation ( EMR ) of the millimeter range, hypothesized that weak radiation in the range 30 - 300 GHz interact with living biological objects.

After that, similar experiments were carried out by researchers from Germany, France and other countries.

Scientists came to the conclusion that the effect of the interaction of millimeter-wave ( MM ) electromagnetic radiation and living organisms is explained by the resonant absorption of MM radiation at the cellular level. In this case, a corresponding response of a living organism to such an effect arises.

However, practical results from the application of millimeter waves in medicine appeared only in 1971. when a graduate student of the Department of Ophthalmology of the Odessa Medical Institute V. Nedzvetsky, interested in the work of the Devyatkov-Golant group, decided to treat MM- radiation with eye injuries.

The results were astounding: wounds healed many times faster. Having convinced himself that medical knowledge alone is not enough for a qualified approach to the problem, Nedzvetsky took a special course in radio electronics at the Odessa Electrotechnical Institute of Communications.

In the process of working on the problem, the graduate student and his supervisor, Professor I. Cherkasov, developed a number of techniques and obtained excellent results in the treatment of various diseases. They called their method “Extremely High Frequency ( EHF ) Initiation” and defended the created methods of treating various diseases with three copyright certificates.

However, Nedzvetsky failed. As a result of the intrigues of a number of large officials of the Ukrainian medical department, the EHF therapy laboratory was liquidated and he had to leave Odessa. And the laurels of superiority in the development of the method in Ukraine were intercepted by Kiev scientists.

About 30 years have passed since then ...


To date, three schools of millimeter wave ( MMW ) therapy ( MMT ) have emerged , corresponding to three branches of this area of ​​information medicine: EHF-therapy, microwave resonance therapy ( MRI ) and information-wave therapy ( IWT ). Moreover, the first school is the Russian school of the now deceased academician N.D. Devyatkova , and the remaining two - Ukrainian schools, respectively, academicians S.P. Sitko and N.D. The Spooner .

There is another recognized area related to EHF-therapy - background resonance radiation (FRI) therapy, but we will talk about this separately.

What is each of the branches of MMT ?

The method of EHF-therapy is based on research results confirming the fact that in the EHF range there are several fixed frequencies that resonate at low signal intensity with individual organs and systems of the body. As a result of this, accelerated healing of damaged tissues, detoxification and other positive changes in the functional state of the body occur, which makes it possible to use them for a wide range of pathological conditions. These fixed frequencies lie in the range 42 - 78 GHz and are equal to 42.2 GHz (7.1 mm), 53.5 GHz (5.6 mm) and 60.7 GHz (4.9 mm) .

The MRI method is based on the effect of low-intensity electromagnetic waves of the EHF range ( 52 - 62 GHz ) on biologically active points ( BAP ) of the body.

A feature of MRI equipment is the possibility of discrete tuning to resonances corresponding to certain pathological conditions of the body.

At the same time, the response of the body to the occurrence of such a bioresonance is felt by the patient himself.

And finally, the IVT method, which is a further development of the MRI method, is based on the use of a broadband EHF- noise generator that covers all possible therapeutic frequencies used in MRI . As a result of the use of noise radiation, the effect is obtained that the method does not require preliminary search and selection of therapeutic frequencies, since the spectrum of the generated signal already contains resonant frequencies that coincide with the individual therapeutic frequencies of the patient. In this case, the patient’s body is independently tuned to the necessary therapeutic frequency of the MM range. The method is implemented through the use of MMV- therapy devices of the “ IVT-Threshold ” type, of various modifications. It should be noted that the method uses extremely low millimeter radiation intensities with a high degree of signal uniformity in the entire spectrum of emitted frequencies. This allowed developers to use the epithet "informational" in the name of the method. For the same reason, the author of the method, N.D. Kolbun even called it "electromagnetic homeopathy"


The above methods are firmly established in modern medicine and are widely used in specialized medical centers.

However, science does not stand still, and today researchers have discovered new properties of low-intensity radiation of the MM range, on the basis of which not only therapeutic, but also diagnostic hardware-software complexes ( AIC ) have already been created. One of them, “AIS-LI.D.O”, was developed by scientists of CJSC “Scientific Center of Information Medicine LI.D.O.”

AIC provides the removal and processing of low-intensity signals of the MM range with BAP of the skin surface of the human body. As the developers explain, the complex is intended for the functional diagnosis of patient systems and organs by examining the structure of signals taken from the corresponding BAT and comparing them with reference signals accepted as a relative norm (information homeostasis). The advantage of the system is its high sensitivity, good agreement of diagnoses ( 85% ) and the ability to determine preclinical changes in the body.

Complex functional diagnostics of the whole organism takes only one hour.

In the most recent years, a new concept has appeared, which is the basis of yet another computer diagnostic system working on the principle of interaction of low-intensity EMR of the MM range with the human body.

In 1996 , a discovery was made in the field of physics that made it possible to consider water and biological media as carriers of radio waves. The source of these ultra-low-intensity radio waves is the main substance in biological organisms - water. Water in the body is not a passive solvent in which biochemical reactions occur, but an active participant in all biochemical processes, and its structural and dynamic parameters significantly affect the vital processes of all organs and systems.

The discovery was called the SPE - effect (the abbreviation is made up of the first letters of the names of scientists who discovered this phenomenon). The authors of the discovery are Saratov physicists: N. Sinitsin, V. I. Petrosyan Elkin V.A. were awarded the state prize. Based on the SPE effect, a method of "trans-resonant functional topography" ( TRFT ), which has no analogues in world practice, has been developed. The method allows you to:

  • register functional abnormalities in the preclinical and postclinical phases of the disease;
  • register physiological disturbances in the absence of visible structural changes in the tissues;
  • in real time, display a complete and comparable picture of the physiological state (functioning) of all organs and systems of the body, quickly identify the localization of the foci of the disease and outline a treatment strategy;
  • quickly monitor the dynamics of the physiological state of the body during ongoing therapeutic measures.

The result of the study is to determine the level of biological activity, organs and systems. The results are presented in the form of an appropriate Protocol.


Both Russian scientists and scientists from other countries, who studied the properties of millimeter-wave waves of low intensity, found that the IIM do not pass through the human skin, and are completely absorbed in its surface layer. How, then, does the EHF band node cause a resonant response from the body? For a long time, scientists did not find the answer. At the same time, the authors of the MRI method, proposing to influence the BAT by radiation, argued that the energy channels (meridians) do not absorb the IMW and, therefore, there can be no obstacles to the occurrence of bioresonance. But what about the authors of EHF therapy, who irradiated biologically active zones and projections of the corresponding organs at the beginning of their journey and received a good therapeutic effect? To eliminate the contradiction, it was necessary to put forward a hypothesis that would "reconcile" the incompatible properties of the EMP EHF range. And such a hypothesis was put forward by scientists of the group of N.D. Devyatkova This hypothesis "works" to this day and consists in applying the acousto-electric effect to biological systems, in particular, to the plasma membrane of a human body cell. The following assumptions were made:

  • the propagation velocity of the EHF EMF range in the lipid membrane is equal to the speed of light in vacuum;
  • the propagation velocity of an acoustic wave in a lipid membrane is equal to the propagation velocity of millimeter waves.

The assumptions made it possible to "justify" the appropriateness of applying the acousto-electric effect to the lipid membrane of a living organism's cell. However, these assumptions seem unlawful for the reason that they are not confirmed either theoretically or experimentally. Therefore, the acousto-electric effect cannot be applied as a hypothesis explaining the appearance of the response of living biosystems when they are irradiated with EM waves of the EHF range.

How is the interaction of the human body with the EHF UHF range?

As indicated in [4], any EMP is accompanied by an information-wave component of a non-electromagnetic nature. Without dwelling on the properties of this field structure classified as thin physical fields ( TPF ), we only note that there are no screens and barriers for it, which distinguishes it from electromagnetic radiation. In addition, as scientists studying the properties of TPPs note, in their structure they are adequate to radiation from a human, healthy, or sick cell, depending on the sign of polarization of this field structure. If we take into account the above and assume that the frequency of the field component of the EHF radiation does not differ from the frequency of the “supporting” EMP , then the mechanism of the occurrence of bioresonance (and the corresponding response) during the interaction of MM waves and the human body does not require additional explanation.

All of the above is confirmed by the experiments (the experiments were conducted by a highly qualified reflexologist, MD Shreibman M.M., at the agro-industrial complex VRT, IMEDIS Center ).

Their essence was as follows.

As the source of the EHF noise signal, the noise emitter of the CEM TECH EHF therapy apparatus (formerly Stela-1 mini ) was adopted, generating a signal in the range 52 - 78 GHz .

The indicated signal was transferred and stored on the Cobra information chip included in the instrument kit. Thus, an information analogue ( IA1 ) of the noise EHF signal was obtained. IA2 was obtained by transferring informational (healing) properties from a crystal ( IA1 ) to aluminum foil. IA3 received, transferring information from the foil to the homeopathic nibs.

Thus, we had the primary source of the noise signal and 3 of its informational analogues: on the COBRA crystal, on aluminum foil and on homeopathic nibs. The impact on the patient's body was carried out by the method of situational modeling, by alternately inputting the noise signal from the noise emitter and all its IAs into the measuring circuit of the APC VRT . In addition, IA in the form of homeopathic nibs was taken by the patient sublingually (under the tongue). An identical response was obtained from the patient’s body to all 5 carriers of the information signal, including sublingual exposure. Thus, the hypothesis is confirmed that not the EHF EMF signal penetrates through the skin of living bioobjects, which is actually absorbed by the surface layers of the skin, but it, which does not know obstacles, is an anomalous component of non-electromagnetic nature, which is an information-wave field structure. Due to the fact that this class of field structures has been studied very little, it is advisable to classify it as a class of “thin physical fields” - DFTs emitted by all substances and objects of the environment, biological objects, and associated electromagnetic and other physical fields. From the obtained results, one more circumstance follows, confirming the fact that the healing properties of the EHF signal of non-thermal intensity, transferred to the homeopathic croup and taken sublingually, act on the human body similarly to the corresponding homeopathic medicines. In other words, the nature of the DFT emitted by homeopathic remedies and those that are abnormal components of the EHF signal of non-thermal intensity are of a similar nature. This fact was proved by theoretical analysis in [11]


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Publication date 11/14/2006