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Comparison of the amount of anchorage loss of the molars with and without the use of implant anchorage during anterior segment retraction combined with alveolar corticotomies


International Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine
Tanmoy Maity,1 Arindam  Chakraborty,1 CR Mahata2

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Abstract

Do the highly persistent tiny icicles or ice-like structures present in water at room temperature which are identified as dissipative structures and supported by Quantum electrodynamics (QED), serve as information carriers of the solute dissolved in it? – This question is addressed by the present article using pictures obtained from atomic force microscope (AFM). Here, as a case study, we worked with six potentised homeopathic medicines: Arnica Mont, Cuprum Met and Pulsatilla, each of them with potencies of 6CH and 30CH, that is, one dilution below and the other beyond Avogadro limit. Dissipative structures are found in all of them, which are different for different medicines. They seem to suggest that information related to starting material is carried by material-specific dissipative structures of water through dilutions below as well as beyond Avogadro limit. 

Keywords

tiny icicles, dissipative structures, information carriers, QED, Quantum electrodynamics, AFM, atomic force microscope, CD, Coherent Domains, EDS, extremely diluted solution

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