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New predictive impact on cancer formation related to solar neutrinos flux crossing the human body
Author(s): Sneer Meer
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The aim of this paper is to study a new predictive impact on Cancer Formation constituted by the Solar Neutrinos Flux. Billions of Solar Neutrinos particles cross the human body each second without our feeling anything, and this phenomenon can give a valid reply to three basic questions on Cancer Formation such as: 1. Why Cancer appears at all types of cells 2. Why Cancer appears at all ages 3. Why Cancer appears in all segments of the human body It is experimentally proved that Solar Neutrinos interact with an atom of Chlorine 37, converting this stable atom in an unstable radioactive atom as Argon 37, and Molybdenum, is converted under Solar Neutrinos Flux in a radioactive atom of Technitium, Gallium 71 is converted into an unstable radioactive atom of Germanium, and I think that the list is not closed. It is well known that Chlorine 37 atoms and others are found in each cell in the human body assuring the vital metabolism of all our cells and astrophysicists experiments related to this subject of Chlorine 37 have a crucial importance for general medical sciences also especially in the field of Cancer diseases. Today, for the first time in the world, studies in Cancer Formation under Neutrinos Effects crossing the human body, can be made as soon as possible under an International and an Interdisciplinary Cooperation with special equipment such as the Biocassette-Telebiological-Microscopy (BTM) and its versatility, presented in this paper with some preliminary experiments. The purpose of this BTM system is to be able to see and follow in a continuous and dynamic form by Video-TV-Recorder system any changes or transformations of a normal human cell into a malignant cell in all its forms. Results will be concluded after this first proposal of such first kinds of experiments in the Medical Field related to a Common Denominator in Cancer.

Paper Details

Date Published: 22 August 2001
PDF: 25 pages
Proc. SPIE 4378, Chemical and Biological Sensing II, (22 August 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.438188
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Sneer Meer, Cancer and Bio-Atoms Research Foundation (Israel)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4378:
Chemical and Biological Sensing II
Patrick J. Gardner, Editor(s)

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