Ecology and environmental management
Electromagnetic fields surround us everywhere. However in assessment of extent of impact on a human body "water forms" (the architectural term) the existing buildings, constructions and their design decisions, consider insufficiently the electromagnetic fields and radiations of low and ultralow intensity modulated by their forms which are much lower than accepted standards. Researches show a possibility of influence of architectural forms (models in the form of the "Egyptian" pyramid, a tetrahedron commensurable with sizes of the person), on a human body as an essential factor or the operating system alive organisms. Results of the experiments with participation of volunteers made for the purpose of specification of influence of various "fields of forms the" of geometrical arrangements used in the modern construction and architecture on the person showed what the human body which is in models of various geometrical forms in a particular geographical point symmetrically reflects a condition of a geophysical relief, at least, on its electromagnetic component which consequence change of its psychoemotional and physical condition according to the genetic (power informational) memory fixed at it is. The method of assessment of a condition of a geophysical land relief in the form of its 3D visualization received by means of the express computer program on the basis of assessment of growth rate of vegetable test-objects in field conditions is offered. In general it gives the chance to plan paths of a comprehension and level of influence on the person of a complex of factors of geometrical forms of structures, buildings and constructions, in an optimum combination to degree of irregularity of a geophysical component of a surrounding medium. The concept of "the field of a form" with collimating of physical sense to it and the possible mechanism of their influence on a human body develops.
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Publication History
Received: 17.08.2017
Published: 15.12.2017


2017 issue 4