Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Steffen Schulz, Berlin, Germany
In line with tradition, this Congress begins with a keynote address. Such an address can help encourage us to contemplate the wider scientific issues that concern us all at this conference before we then move on to present and discuss specific results of bioresonance therapy in various important lectures over the next few days.
One such wider issue is the physical medium which enables therapy to take effect: electromagnetic interaction. It is one of the three fundamental physical forces of Nature. The so-called strong interaction binds atomic nuclei together while the gravitational interaction or gravitational attraction does the same for the whole universe. In between, the electromagnetic interaction underlies the molecular processes of chemistry and also enables all life on our planet. It does this primarily with the light of the sun, the source of all life on earth.
I should now like to demonstrate why this same medium assumes an ...