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New Scientific Publications from I-SIS July 2013

Circular Thermodynamics of Organisms and Sustainable Systems

Mae-Wan Ho Systems 2013, 1(3), 30-49; doi:10.3390/systems1030030

Abstract: A circular thermodynamics of organisms and sustainable systems is presented based on dynamic closures in nested space-time domains that enable the system to approach the ideal of zero entropy production simultaneously at equilibrium and far from equilibrium conditions.

Keywords: circular economy of nature; dynamic closure; space-time structure; zero-entropy model; quantum coherence; minimum entropy production; equilibrium and non-equilibrium

This article is available for free download under open access: http://www.mdpi.com/2079-8954/1/3/30



Super-Conducting Liquid Crystalline Water Aligned with Collagen Fibres in the Fascia as Acupuncture Meridians of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Mae-Wan Ho  Forum on Immunopathological Diseases and Therapeutics 3(3-4), 221-236 (2012)

Abstract: New evidence indicates that hydrogen is quantum delocalized between neighboring water molecules even in the liquid state, predisposing water to proton conduction, especially in confined nanospaces; water nanotubes aligned by collagen fibers fulfil all the criteria for proton superconduction, making them excellent candidates for meridians of traditional Chinese medicine, as first proposed 15 years ago.

Keywords: quantum coherence, liquid crystalline water, meridians, collagen, proton conduction

This article is available for download here: http://www.i-sis.org.uk/onlinestore/papers1.php#360

Article first published 06/08/13



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