What is Dissymmetry?

Scientists of the 19th and 20th Century, particularly Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908) and his pupil Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), Pierre Curie (1859-1906), Vladimir Vernadskiy and A. G. Gurvich (1874-1954) elaborated the basics of interaction of human organism and environment in the biosphere. Their essence is following: cell can originate and live within the biosphere with both left and right optical activity.

Dissymmetry in a living organism has been discovered for the first time by Antoine Béchamp and his pupil Louis Pasteur. They have empirically discovered that there are right organisms existing on our planet, which have predominant right forms of molecules and cells. That is the basic law of biology that was unfortunately forgotten. Crystallography is also not preferred in biological laboratories, which is a mistake! Crystallography is the basis of organic life on earth!

In 1847 French chemists, renowned for their discovery of pasteurization and vaccination, Antoine Béchamp and Louis Pasteur discovered the presence of molecules with left and right optical activity in living matter. They also discovered that an identical quantity of left and right forms of molecules in a single molecule is impossible and this quantitative difference Antoine Béchamp and Louis Pasteur named dissymmetry. As of then commenced the era of research in natural dissymmetry and sources of its origins.

What can be the cause of emergence of dissymmetry in matters, which causes such irregularities between the left and the right molecule?

Béchamp, Pasteur, Curie and Vernadskiy presumed that the cause of dissymmetry in matters is the existence of a similar phenomenon in its surroundings. Besides theses classics, a number of scientists have touched upon the subject. Very few current scientists are interested in this fundamental issue connected to the origin of the universe, because its closer research indicates mysticism.

Dissymmetry represents movement and change, symmetry represents calmness and constancy. By the way, I have discovered that cancerous cells possess full symmetry!

Less symmetric environment provides more opportunities for change and emergence of new phenomena. Elements of symmetry and dissymmetry may be found in living organisms, where symmetry ensures the consistence of structure and dissymmetry variability. Thanks to dissymmetry the structure is changing, developing, moving and adapting to the environment.

According to the principles of Pierre Curie, environment creates the outer structure of organism, its dissymmetry, which is the basis for creation of internal organization, which has certain autonomy in relation to the outer system. For example, proteins show a certain resistance to cellular cytoplasm, which ensures consistency of living organisms.

The phenomena of symmetry and dissymmetry coexist in identical objects, in the same parts.

Symmetry retains the shadows of the past, while dissymmetry characterizes mobility of events and development in time. Wildly spread characteristic of dissymmetry of natural organisms of organic compounds plays a role in both flora and fauna. Dissymmetry of organisms is the inequality of the right and the left part in the presence of axis of simple symmetry. In dead matter only nanocrystals with fifth axis of symmetry indicate growth dissymmetry.

Dissymmetry in asymmetrical objects is also possible, where asymmetrical formations change to less asymmetrical formations.

“Dissymmetry represents an orientated rhythmicity and is not a mere sum of deviations from symmetry, but a universal form of Being, connecting all forms of symmetry and asymmetry, which are their limit values” (A. V. Makedonov, 2000).

Examples of dissymmetry

Absolute symmetry in large and complicated structures is, strictly speaking, impossible. Complexity of functional systems causes partial deviations from the basic composition determining the nature of the symmetric scheme. Disrupted, partially disturbed symmetry is called dissymmetry. Dissymmetry is a phenomenon that is abundant in living nature. It is typical also for a human. A human is dissymmetrical, regardless of the fact that the contours of one’s body are symmetrical. Dissymmetry is apparent in better mastery of one of the hands, in asymmetrical location of heart and many other organs and in the structure of these organs.

Dissymmetry of human body is similar to deviations from exact symmetry in architecture. It is usually caused by practical needs, because the variety of functions cannot fit in the strict boundaries of symmetry. Sometimes these deviations are a basis of strong emotive effect. Disappearance of even the smallest detail in symmetrical composition immediately disrupts the balance and creates tension in the entire system. Any deviation becomes a disruptive accent and draws attention. Such disrupted symmetry may be used as artistic impact. “Disrupted symmetry” used in architecture “livens up” a building’s appearance.

We can thus come to the conclusion that dissymmetry means life. Symmetry is death. Water, with its own symmetry is in fact the water of life! That is the reason why when we drink dissymmetrical water the living organism immediately digests it and becomes livelier and healthier. We can now declare that anisotropy and dissymmetry are interconnected and one follows the other. We are made in 70-80 % of water and must hear its calling! Nature keeps all its deepest secrets in its hands and these are, as we know, dissymmetrical!

Autor and Inventor is  M.D., Ph. D. prof. Kutushov M.V.

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Sources

Main canon of dissymmetry (http://otkroveniya-podolsk.ru/)

International academy of Fine-Field Ecology and Health (http://www.poleform.ru/)

Science and us (http://naukam.ucoz.ru/)

February 25, 2015