International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Medicine | Spain | Volume 13 Issue 2, February 2024 | Rating: 5.2 / 10


Hyperbolic Movement of Light as the Basis of Hyperbolic Medicine

Jesus M. Gonzalez-Gonzalez [10]


Abstract: "Hyperbolic Medicine" is the study of hyperbolic curves that occur in the physiology of a living being, especially in humans, about other hyperbolic curves that may be in nature, such as electromagnetic fields, expansion-contraction systems in movement, circadian rhythms, and space-time relativity. The movement of light to the observer's eye is through hyperbolic space-time curves, similar to the hyperbolic curves of the lines of force of a magnet, the Earth's magnetic field, and an electromagnetic field. When a human organ in motion moves away from a nearby observer, it does so following hyperbolic lines of force that enter through the south pole S of a magnet, according to a hyperbola where space contracts (1/K2 = 1/(1- v2/c2)) and time dilates (1/K2 = 1- v2/c2).When a moving human organ approaches a nearby observer, it does so following hyperbolic lines of force that emerge from the north pole N of a magnet, according to a hyperbola where space dilates (1/K2 = 1- v2/c2) and time contracts (1/K2 = 1/(1- v2/c2)).There is a close relationship between many hyperbolic curves that occur in human physiology and the hyperbolic space-time curves that occur in nature. Its description is the basis of hyperbolic medicine.


Keywords: medicine, hyperbolic, light, space, time, human


Edition: Volume 13 Issue 2, February 2024,


Pages: 1137 - 1143


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