Health Status as Result of Analyses of Parameters of Hydrogen Bonds Among Water Molecules in Human Body. Entropy in Living Organisms

Ignat Ignatov


Mankind has always been excited about longevity. Biophysical studies indicate that the water in the human body “has departed” from the water at the time of origination of life (Ignatov, 2010; Mosin, Ignatov, 2011). The more rapid the life processes are, the faster the states of orderliness are observed, i.e. entropy in the living organism decreases. Yet this leads to difficulties in compensating entropy with the entropy of the environment, which is associated with metabolism and energy. Such organisms, like mammals, can live up to 100 years. In trees the processes are slower, the states of orderliness are harder to obtain, and entropy decreases more slowly than in animals.There are trees that live for more than 1000 years. For example, a turtle’s life processes are slower than those of mammals and faster than those of trees. It can live up to 300 years. We can define a specific time for each living creature, and their time to a certain degree differs from the time of the environment. This time correlates with parameters of the vital activity of living organisms.Aging is associated with accumulation of errors in DNA replication. The free radicals have an adverse affect on this process. Aging is a non-linear process. The rate of aging increases with time.This paper shows that mountain and melt water is among the most important factors for health and longevity. Other factors are – hereditary, gender, body weight, food, movement, psychological status, family relationships.

Keywords: entropy, longevity, spectral analyses, NES, DNES.

DOI: 10.7176/JMPB/64-03

Publication date: February 29th 2020

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