Acupuncture and modern physics
Urlich Warnke , Ph.D.
University of Saarbrucken , Germany
A hypothesis is reported, that acupuncture effects are based on the physics of interactions of weak electromagnetic radiation in and with organic matter.
Experiments have shown, that radiation in the microwave range originates from the membranes of nerves and muscles in action. This radiation can be focused by dielectric lenses into blood vessels.
Blood is able to work as an antennae for wide range of photon energy. The radiation is absorbed by proteins and enzymes by resonance in different organs. The arguments and objections are discussed from quantum electrodynamic description.