The GIRI - Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Infinitésimal - was created in 1986 with the aim to gather researchers toward the high dilution questions, such as hormesis, isopathy, homeopathy and the phenomenological and conceptual differences among them. This is the only international scientific society organised exclusively to promote multidisciplinary forums about these subjects. Since 1990, a series of books titled "Signals and Images" has been published regularly by the initiative of Prof. Madeleine Bastide (1935-2007), containing the synthesis of most interesting lectures presented in the GIRI annual symposiums. This third volume "Signals and Images - Contributions and Contradictions about High Dilution Research" is a legacy from Prof. Madeleine Bastide to the GIRI members. Is a portrait of the GIRI scientific activities, which have been built to strengthen high dilutions and homeopathy through rigorously managed high-level research. It was organised in six parts: epistemology, experimental research / biology, experimental research / physics, clinical research, veterinary research and practice and an epilogue. All chapters were submitted to peer-review. To read it is an interesting way to reach up-to-dated knowledge about High Dilution Research, that has been developed in different parts of the world. TOC:Preface. Part One: Epistemology. Part One: Epistemology. 1 Research on ultra-dilutions and the Theory of Corporeal Signifiers: the follow up; Leoni Villano Bonamin, Agnès Lagache, Madeleine Bastide (in memorian). Part two: Basic Research - Physics. 2 Theoretical and physical-chemical models for potentized systems: validation criteria; Carlos Renato Zacharias. 3. Mechanical versus handmade succussions: a physical chemistry comparison; Carla Holandino, Felipe Dias Leal, Bianca de Oliveira Barcellos, Maria Augusta Campos, Raíza Oliveira, Venício Feo da Veiga, Sheila Garcia, Carlos Renato Zacharia. 4. Water and high dilutions phenomenology: electrical characterization; Adriana Ramos de Miranda. Part three: Basic Research - Biology 5. Non-linearity modeling of ultra-dilutions: the histamine disturbances case; Guadalupe Ruiz-Vega, Gabino Estevez-Delgado. 6 Hepatic cell growth models for the study of ultra high dilutions; Kátia Silva Martinho, Vanessa Del Bianco de Bento, Graziella Ulbricht Benvenga, Viviane Aparecida Marcondes, Leoni Villano Bonamin. 7 Models with plants, microorganisms and viruses for basic research in homeopathy; Lucietta Betti, Grazia Trebbi, Daniele Nani, Vera Majewsky, Claudia Scherr, Tim Jäger, Stephan Baumgartner. 8 Arnica montana and behavior of connective tissue; Leoni Villano Bonamin. 9 How living organisms detect very low doses? A new approach to homeopathy and hormesis; Elzbieta Malarczyk. 10 The effect of homeopathically prepared Thyroxin (10-30 parts by weight) on highland frogs: influence of electromagnetic fields; Sabrina Weber, Peter Christian Endler, Sonja U Welles, Erika Suanjak-Traidl, Waltraud Scherer-Pongratz, Michael Frass, Heinz Spranger, Gerhard Peithner, Harald Lothaller. Part four: Clinical Research 11. Clinical verification of homeopathic symptoms: experience and statistics; Lex Rutten, Michel van Wassenhoven. Part five: Veterinary Research and Practice. 12 Homeopathic Veterinary Clinical Protocol; Luiz Figueira Pinto. Epilogue. 13 Some reflections about the interest of non-conventional medicine in public health, especially homeopathy; Catherine Gaucher.
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