Rolland R.CONTE

Theory of
High Dilutions
Application to Life

Theorie of High Dilutions
Application to life
    This book is the following of the "Theory of High Dilutions and Experimental Aspects" published in 1996 by Polytecnica Publishers in Paris.
    For us the homoeopathy has always appeared under what we call the 3P: the Product, the Patient and the Practitioner.
    This book does not pretend to bring much to the practice of Homoeopathy and the selection of the product.
    But, it clearly states what are the infinitesimal dilutions: a discontinuity in the "spatio-temporal continuum" which leads to the solution for the paradox of the high dilutions concerning the microscopie nature of liquids and the limitation by the Avogadro-Ampère number.
    Such a definiton also clears up what considered as the "mystery" of these infitesimal dilutions and was the "key-issue" of the opponents of Homoeopathy. Like General Relativity that got rid of absolute time, Homoeopathy, (the Product and its inter-action with the Patient), belongs to the field of quantum physics and not to the field of chemistry.
    The work shown in this book, will allow a better understanding of how the homoeopathic medecines act, therefore allowing an improvement in the treatment.
    It will also allow, in the near future, to suggest to homoeopaths, ways and methods to measure and assess the effect of a product on a patient regarding his/her constitution: modification of the Beta spectrum of an organic fluid, "the vital force", and comparison to a healh control spectrum.
ISBN 2-7178-4039-7
275 FF
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Theory of High Dilutions. Application to Life.

Rolland R. Conte, Henri Berliocchi, Yves Lasne. Editions Polytechnica, Paris, 2000. Y. Lasne 27/09/00

This concerns the second book of a theory solving the paradox of diluted and succussed solutions, used since 200 years by a medicine called Homoeopathy discovered by S.Hahnemann. Solutions for which the physical measures show, beyond the number of Avogadro, the existence of characteristic signals. The first book (Theory of High Dilutions & experimental aspects. Rolland R. Conte, Henri Berliocchi, Yves Lasne & Gabriel Vernot. Editions Polytechnica, Paris, 1996.) gave a theoretical and experimental preview, the second one shows applications to different domains but especially to the understanding of Life mechanisms. These works are the fruit of 20 years of research and physical measures.

The fundamental concepts are developed in the first part: they call on the quantum Theory of relativistic fields. Two «entities» are formalized: the white Holes and the Hyper-protons.

The firsts are the consequence of the matter disappearance in space-time generating a peculiarity (cone of light) with which the particle matter interacts.

This interaction leads to the formation of Hyper-protons (protons «fractional» with regards to the matter),forming trains of wave called remanent wave, whose combinations give birth to electrons.

Authors propose a mechanism that from fields made matter to pass under the dependence of gravitation. Under this model, a rereading of data of the literature is shown as well as physical experimentations objectivizing the influence of the gravitational field on the living.

This general model gives scientific basis to the development of remedies called homoeopathic remedies and clarify their method of action.

The putting into practice of two technologies, the Beta liquid scintillation and the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, shows that it is possible to characterize homoeopathic remedies beyond the disappearance of the primary matter, to modulate their properties by mastering the parameters of their manufacture: mainly the shaking frequency, the product conditioning (freeze-drying, freezing, fresh).

The mastering of these physical parameters permits to consider a dosage of remedies under a double aspect: qualitative and quantitative (phase and amplitude). The DNA constitute resonators with regards to the remanent waves.

Drawings of counting on biologic products are shown (it represents thousands of data daily acquired morning and evening during 2 to 5 years), variations of the counting during the «seasons» between the morning and the evening are interpreted by authors as the consequences of the gravitational variation we are submitted to.

An example of treatment of seismographic measures by the contonian statistics (developed in the first book) also illustrates the differential absorption of the gravitons by the Earth, between the morning and in the evening.

This model offers a frame of understanding for the life regulations: exchanges of matter are the consequences, the observable, of undulatory type interactions. Therefore, authors propose a functional model where the biologic determinism is bound to combinations of waves and therefore to a complementarity and no more to the fortuitous meetings between the material elements of an organism.

The unceasing fluctuations of measures taken day by day evoke, at priori, the uncertainty inherent to the quantum phenomena in relation to the time but, in the gravitational references even imperfect they find again a determinism.

This fundamental universal influence is not easy to master, what is not a reason to be unaware of it.

On the contrary, authors propose means «to get use to it » in order to pull profit of it notably in the scope of the health of plants, animals and humans. Starting from a scientific curiosity of the therapeutic effects of the Homoeopatic products, authors put in evidence and formalize a generalized phenomenon of the possible working of the Nature.

Preface by Pierre CORNILLOT

Although saturated with the certainties that stake out the educational course of each child, even paralyzed under the weight of years in our old Judeo-Christian civilizations, I always considered as a deep truth, this provocative declaration of Martin Luther : « reason is the prostitute of the devil ».
At the end of the twentieth century and the second millennium, on the evening of December 31, 2000 for purists, we must consider with circumspection, the assessment of a century that wanted to be for many people, the pursuance, the demonstration of the main principles born of the effervescence of ideas of the previous century. Rationalism, materialism, mechanism, as much of « ism » that glorified the secular thought, far from the clerical hegemony of the past century.
The lucid distinction between matter, its structures, its rules, its properties, its reactivities on the one hand, and the energy on the other hand, authoritatively reframed, not to say confined by the vast electromagnetic radiation field, was going to nourish an interminable dialectics (although near enough, it is true, of the problem of the chicken and the egg).
Probably quantum mechanics, the always more intimate knowledge of the structure of matter have established a bridge between matter and energy, but finally these new approaches have been confined in a boundless space where chaos, the fuzzy, the uncertainty, the discontinuity all reign, while the dominant thought is satisfied with affirming in a reducing space, the order and the power of the quantifiable, of the controllable, of the reproducible, of the deductible, of the experimental.
Biology was born within this triumphant logic of the end of the XIX° Century. Starting from the observation of mechanisms of the living, it diversified into more and more specialized studies of structures and carrier mechanisms of activities and functions. The collective obsession that fell on the genome testifies today of this thirst to always know more, with the secret hope of finally discovering the keys of life, death and heredity.
Curiously, the obsession with this single thought has still not been individualized nowadays, but, for a very long time, anybody who has uncommon thoughts, and wanting to verify the validity of it, is once more counted among the bizarre people category, this antechamber of the rejection and the oblivion, but also of the genius…..
Did Samuel Hahnemann really think that, while laying the foundation of a new approach to illness and a new concept of medicine, he was going to provoke an intellectual unrest of a rare remanence? He has at least succeeded in this. Far from declining with years, two centuries after him, the homoeopathic approach always poses a problem for the dominant logic of our time. Irrational, inconsistent, idiotic according to some of them, this approach always provokes within its exceedingly angry detractors, a spontaneous release of words and actions, that testifies to the internal brainstorming provoked by the intense rumination.
And yet… Messrs Rolland Conte, Henri Berliocchi, Yves Lasne (jointly with Gabriel Vernot in their first work, Theory of high dilutions and experimental aspects, Polytechnica, Paris 1996) attacked the problem of high dilutions by elaborating a model then a physico - mathematical reflection that has left me on the way, the humble biologist that I am.
Curiously, reading their new work Theory of high dilutions and applications to the living has brought me a sort of pleasure insofar as (if I can use this dangerous wording) the place given within the book to the gravitational force has introduced surreptitiously a periodical fundamental idea.
On to this idea can be transplanted our weak dependence on time and our morbid need to rationalize the boundary-marks of the irrational. From then on, a small element of order permitted me to find myself more comfortable with these white holes (without playing on lacanien words) where matter is going to appear only in the discontinuity of space-time, without mass, non charged and capable of inducing a neutronic field.
I leave the occupational hazards to the authors. Intellectually it becomes perfectly acceptable to give to the gravitation forces, and to fields that they generate, a major role in the biologic order that governs us and our servitude to ostensible time. The new reading of links between the sudden infant death syndrome and periods of the year, the application of these new approaches to the living is striking. But the new reading of the biological events and their confusions implies the development of a new grid, of new paradigms, and this kind of approach to the confines of epistemology and the collectively tolerable, promises us a few happy hours of quarrel in the future. Good reading!