QUEENSLAND, Australia, April 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- This will be the focus of presentations at major International Science conferences throughout 2011. Independent Australian researcher Ken Ware has been devoted to studying this phenomenon for more than 25 years; in particular the relationship the "observable" chaos has to physical and/or emotional disease and disorder. Subsequent findings will be presented firstly at the international Neuroscience conference "Wiring The Brain," Ireland, April 12th - 15th.
A further presentation will then be made at the International "Advances in Applied Physics and Materials Science" conference, Turkey, May 12th - 15th, evidencing the scientific diversity of the relative findings - which have taken 25 years working with tens of thousands of subjects of all ages, abilities and disabilities - to accumulate and condense.
What Our Nervous Systems Reveal
A visible chaotic neural tremor emerges in all subjects as they perform select resistance exercise. The subject performs the exercises very slowly - using a very light load (resistance), all the while being coached to remain very calm and relaxed. Under such mild and controlled conditions - it is reasonable to expect to see a very controlled response to these conditions by the subject. Quite contrary to normal intuitive expectations, instead these conditions expose underlying chaotic neural conditions of varying intensities and velocities that always seems to reflect the stability or instability of the macro physical/emotional states of the subject's system. The milder and quieter the conditions become, the more chaotic the responses are - once again, defying normal intuitive expectations.
From Chaos to Order
Using the same techniques that exposes the chaos - in a relatively short time frame - intrinsic "self organizing" properties of the nervous system - recalibrate the system back to an orderly state. There is some "back transition" similarities here - to the mild electric shock given to a subject's heart that is displaying chaotic rhythms that restores the heart's normal rhythms. "We are simply observing a magnified version of the human nervous system as it interacts with its environment at sensitive levels. The system is 'sensitively dependent on these initial conditions.' We do not see these details at higher speeds or when the system is emotionally inhibited. It can be compared to watching a DVD in fast forward opposed to slow motion," Ware commented. The researcher maintains that it is the chaotic breakdown of communication within the system that gives rise to physical and emotional disease and disorder. The rationale is based on the fact that living systems rely on the "proper structural and functional" capacities of sensitive "feedback loops" that enable precision "tuned in" communication with and responses to the outside world (environment) in order to maintain "homeostasis."
New Research "Window of Opportunity"
The amazing "multi modal" chaotic display - delivered through such a reliable source as the human nervous system, provides a fresh variety of scientific research opportunities for other researchers.
The Department of Neurotricional Sciences - Generations Healthy Life Centre - Emerald, Queensland, Australia
SOURCE Ken Ware