Maize and sunflower germs are the indicators of left and right torsion fields of geometrical figures --Maslobrod, SN, Caranfil, VG*
*Internatl. Ctr. Energetico-Informational Sci. "Zeia"
In this article, the original results on the influence over the plants' architectonics of torsion fields (TF) generated by different space figures and their combinations, are presented. The bio-effect was judged by the number of left (L) and right (D) germs growing from seeds under the influence of the indicated factors. Quantitatively the bio-effect was evaluated by the ratio L/D germs of maize (hybrid Debjut) and sunflower (sort Sombrerro). In control as a rule L/D=1.00. L — germs have leaves turned up counter-clockwise (L-spiral), D — germs clockwise (D-spiral) (Sulima, 1970). Seeds (at 100 and more in each version) were transplanted in soil in rectangular vessels. The exposition of influence by the factors over the seeds is from 24 hours and more.

We used the following figures:

1. short cylinders (SC) and long cylinders (HC) (ratio diameter (d) — to — length (l) of SC is d>l/2 and of HC is d*l/2;

2. pyramids (sides and basis are isosceles triangles);

3. cones;

4. domes;

5. combinations of figures;

6. crosses in combination with other figures.

An essential alteration in the correlation of L and D germs was displayed in favour of either leftness (L/D>1.0) or of rightness (L/D<1.0). SC and HC give more L and D germs when the cylinders are disposed under the object (seeds) and more D and L germs when the cylinders are over the object (Table 1).

Table 1. L/D of germs when influenced by torsion fields of short and long cylinders over the germinating seeds.
 
 
Maize
Sunflower
Disposition of
SC
HC
SC
HC
the factor with reference to 
Factor manufacturing material
Factor manufacturing material
the object
paper
metal
paper
plant
(onion stem)
paper
paper
Over
0.72 0.64 1.45 1.67 0.79 1.32
Under
1.32 2.03 0.67 0.85 2.16 0.59

In the case of the disposition of the factor under the object, the TF vector of the figure coincides with the growth vector of the germ. Consequently SC and HC generate from the protrusions accordingly L and D — spiral TFs. In the case of the disposition of the factor over the object, the object perceives the factor in mirror (overturned) version, therefore the bio-effect turns out to be inverse.

The influence of the pyramid, cone and dome caused conformity to natural laws of a common type with clear dependence of the bio-effect on factor orientation with reference to the object (Table 2). The factor being disposed under the object top-upwards induces more D germs, but top-downwards induces moreL germs. Otherwise, D-spiral TFs "flow down" from the tops, but L-spiral from the bases. When the factors are disposed over and under the object becomes functionally polar (Table 2).

Table 2. L/D of sunflower germs when influenced by TF of a pyramid, a cone and a dome over the germinating seeds.
 
Disposition of the factor with reference to the object

 
 

Pyramid (paper)


 
 

Cone (paper)


 
 

Dome (metal)

 
Factor orientation with the top
 
upwards
downwards
upwards
downwards
upwards
downwards
Over
1.83
0.61
1.69
0.55
1.32
0.74
Under
0.58
2.05
0.64
1.24
0.84
-

The character of the bio-effect doesn’t depend on the genotype and species of the plant (in our case maize and sunflower) nor on the material the factor was made of (Tables 1-4). Since a plant tissue can serve as this material (in our case a hollow onion stem), it can be considered that the genotype architectonics of a plant, and obviously of a man and an animal, also provides generation of TF of different kinds.

The bio-effect doesn’t depend on seed orientation: embryonic radicle up or down (Table 3).

Table 3. The influence of the cylinder orientation and seed orientation on the ratio of L/D of germs.
 
The character of cylinder orientation in space
Horizontally
Vertically
The character of seed orientation with the embryonic radicle
Disposition of the factor with reference to the object

 
 

Down

To the North

To the South

Disposition of the factor with reference to the object

 
 

Up


 
 

Down

 
SC
HC
SC
HC
 
SC
HC
SC
North
1.85

-----

0.50

0.85

-----

2.50

1.34
0.82
Over 
0.72

-----

1.33

1.45

-----

-

0.75
South
1.83

-----

0.77

0.60

-----

3.45

0.78
1.03
Under
1.32 

-----

0.36

0.67

-----

2.25

1.53
Note: in the numerator is the L/D of maize germs from the direct influence of the factor. The denominator is the L/D of sunflower germs from the influence reflected by the mirror.

By influence of the factor along the horizontal the bio-effect depends on the seed orientation: embryonic radicle up or down, to the North or to the South.

By the North orientation the mark of the bio-effect is the same as by the orientation: embryonic — radicle — down. By the South orientation the situation changes into the contrary one. This experiment once more confirmed that SC and HC generate from both protrusions accordingly L and D — spiral TF.

Being reflected by a mirror factor, TF turn the bio-effect as horizontally, as vertically (Table 3). In the direction "east - west" the bio-effect is absent.

We revealed the specification of a cross-figure and a dome influence on the bio-effect by combinaing them with a cylinder. A "pure" cross and dome with a cross on the upper protrusion of a cylinder by the cross orientation "north-south" turn the latter into a new type of TF source, generating horizontally up D TF and down L TF (Table 4).

Table 4. The modifying influence of the cross-figure with the "north-south" orientation and the dome on the ratio of L/D of sunflower germs induced by the cylinders vertically.
 
Experimental version
Factor disposition reference to the object
SC *
HC **
Control
Over
0.62
1.24
 
Under
1.28
0.59
The cross* on the upper protrusion of the cylinder
Over
0.60
0.96
 
Under
0.85
0.79
The cross* on the lower protrusion of the cylinder
Over
0.27
1.39
 
Under
1.43
1.15
The dome* on the upper protrusion of the cylinder
Over
-
1.24
 
Under
1.55
0.74
The dome* with the cross* on the upper protrusion of the cylinder
Over
0.57
0.62
 
Under
0.62
0.70
The dome* with the cross* on the lower protrusion of the cylinder
Over
0.97
0.80
 
Under
0.69
0.56
*, ** - materials used were metal and paper, respectively

A dome and a cross additionally give the same function to a cylinder when disposed on the lower protrusion of the cylinder. The influence of a dome without a cross differs from that of a cross without a dome on the lower cylinders protrusion (Table 4). In the "east-west" orientation the effect of transformation is absent. In the given phenomenon in our opinion an unusual energetics of places of worship is displayed.

The quantity of L/D from SC and HC decreases with distance, but can be stabilized with the help of optical means (lenses) forming an obviously nonradiate "ray" of TF. Thus when influenced by SC: a) without a lens and b) with a lens L/D of the sunflower germs ("north-south" direction, embryonic-radicle-down orientation) with the removal of the object from SC in the distance of 0.5; 1.0 and 1.5 m made up: a) 5.25; 2.18 and 1.07 and b) 1.81; 2.34 and 2.25.

We discovered the lessening of the effect right up to its total disappearance when screening TF with the help of: a) crossed polaroid films; b) mirror; c) SC and HC disposed on the same vertical axis but not in contact with each other; d) disposing of the object inside the cylinder in its centre (the latter was received with the standard cylindrical vegetative vessels, when using which plant physiologists unfortunately so far don’t take into the consideration the shape effect).

The data observed can be used for the appraisal of availability and mark of TF of natural and artificial origins as a factor of ecology and plant growing, and for the creation of express-procedures when receiving more productive plants (with a needed phyllotaxis spiral). Thus, according to our data, tomato plants grown from L seedlings were more productive than those grown from D seedlings by 15-20%.
 
 
 
 


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