I have been asked by Alan Schmukler, Associate Editor of Facekom.com, to join in the ongoing debate over homeopathy. I am starting off with an Introduction. I shall not be able to deal with everything all at once. I shall have to extract relevant results from my research going back over the past 30 years. When I was a youngster, one of my favourite books was called “How It Works and How It Is Done”, I hope that these Chapters will likewise enthuse readers and practitioners of homeopathy.
In 1982, the problems experienced by chemically sensitive patients who had become hypersensitive to their electromagnetic environment came to find me. These proved to be the “Rosetta Stone” for the language of biocommunication. The symptoms provoked in them by the chemicals to which they had acquired hypersensitivity were identical to those triggered by specific frequencies in their environment. It quickly became clear that it was frequency that mattered and that frequency was patient specific. This led me to the development of techniques for the measurement of frequencies, first in patients, then in water and later in homeopathic potencies.
There is an endogenous frequency on each acupuncture meridian and chakra point. It spreads throughout the body on needling or acupressure. A therapeutic frequency can be applied to restore to normality the target organ or system such as the autonomic nervous system.
There is much work needed still to discover the detailed mechanisms involving frequency at organ, cellular and biochemical levels. Then the question arises, what can a frequency do to a chemical reaction if anything? One answer is that it can promote an isomeric change in a molecule, probably through the vicinal water which in turn could activate/deactivate enzymatic activity.
At this point the first link to homeopathy appeared. I had one patient for whom a homeopathic potency had already been prescribed by a homeopath. The frequency pattern of this potency was exactly that which I had determined would be therapeutic for the patient from my frequency measurements.
Chemicals with a trace of water acquire a frequency signature which can affect sensitive patients. This frequency signature of the “Mother Tincture” is the starting point for a homeopathic potentisation. Its frequency pattern is modified by dilutions and succussions until it has become a similiter. Illnesses have certain general characteristics in all patients, so certain potencies should have a general application. In allergy therapy the potency of the allergen has to be specific for the individual.
The effects of a frequency are bi-phasic. They can either stimulate biological activity or they can depress it, sometimes even stop it completely. Thus we can compare the stimulatory effects of a proving to its therapeutic effects on a patient as an example of this bi-phasic phenomenon.
There are three important concepts to be introduced in considering how homeopathy works. The first is that of coherence. The frequencies involved in living systems are very precise, so much so that even the phase of a frequency matters.
Secondly for a highly coherent frequency in water or a living system, the parameter which matters is the size or length of the region or domain, over which the coherence persists. Here we are dealing with propagating waves of frequency and the equation for a wave says that its frequency times its wavelength equals the velocity with which it travels. But, if the wavelength is fixed by the size of the coherence region, then frequency becomes proportional to the velocity. Thus, any velocity that the system will support will generate its corresponding frequency. That is, the system has become fractal. It is this fractality which couples effects in the optical spectrum to microwave- to radio- to acoustic- to biological- frequencies. If there was not a duality between the chemical bond and frequency, spectroscopic analysis would be impossible. It is coherence which links the chemical to the biological frequencies and all the other frequencies and couples effects originating in widely differing parts of the spectrum.
The third concept comes from the theory of computer programs which can write themselves starting from nothing. For this, a minimum of two rules is conjectured: firstly the creation of a new symbol, secondly a proof-reading to check for anomalies and consistency with what already exists to ensure the necessary condition of ‘zero-sum'(nilpotency) is maintained. It has been proposed as a model for the way in which living systems, DNA and particularly the brain develop. This effect seems to be present in frequencies measured from living systems, acupuncture and homeopathic potencies. Nilpotency provides a convenient way for living systems to get rid of used, or irrelevant bio-information.
Alan Schmukler has given me a list of questions regarding homeopathy which need to be explored. This includes the use of digitally prepared remedies, including their advantages and limitations, and whether remedies could be electronically transmitted; the use of electroacupuncture machines and similar devices to determine or confirm the remedy; methods of preparing a neutralizing frequency or otherwise anti-doting an unrelenting proving; the range of frequencies encompassed by various potencies and the implications of frequency in prescribing, storage and interaction between potencies. Some individuals are sensitive to remedies and give proving reactions to almost any remedy given. What does this mean and how should one deal with it? Finally what is the relationship of the various homeopathic remedies and potencies to acupuncture meridians and other aspects of alternative medicine? Not only is frequency likely to be an essential ingredient of alternative medicine, but it may even contribute to allopathy through the effects of the frequency signatures of pharmaceuticals.
I shall endeavour to work my way through all the above in a series of Chapters, and submit them as and when I have time available. The following short CV will give readers an indication of the background from which I approach a theory of homeopathy. For those who need more information and need it instantly, I am appending my list of publications.
Cyril Smith was born in London, England, in 1930. He started work in radar in 1947; he was a Research Fellow at ImperialCollege, London, from 1956 under Blackett and McGee working on Medical X-ray Images. From 1964 at SalfordUniversity in the Electrical Engineering Department, his research activity included: Instrument Technology, Medical Electronics, Dielectric Liquids, Electromagnetic Effects in Living Systems and Water. In 1973, his co-operation with Herbert Froehlich, FRS commenced. In 1982, he first became involved with the diagnosis and treatment of electromagnetically hypersensitive patients. He was Secretary of The Dielectrics Society from 1972-1983. In 1989/90, his co-authored book “Electromagnetic Man” was published. That year he also took early retirement. He continues to be active in research and writing.
Bibliography on Electrical Hypersensitivity and Water Phenomena
Cyril W. Smith,
Honorary Senior Lecturer (Retired),
University of Salford, SalfordM5 4WT, England.
Publications 1975– 1998
Ahmed NAG, Calderwood JH, Froehlich H, Smith CW (1975) Evidence for collective magnetic effects in an enzyme: likelihood of room temperature superconductive regions. Phys. Lett. 53A:129-130.
Ahmed NAG, Smith CW, Calderwood JH, Froehlich H (1976) Electric and magnetic properties of lysozyme and other biomolecules. Collect. Phenom. 2:155-166.
Shaya SY, Smith CW (1977) The effects of magnetic and radiofrequency fields on the activity of lysozyme. Collect. Phenom. 2:215-218.
Ahmed NAG, Smith CW (1978) Further investigations of anomalous effects in lysozyme. Collect. Phenom. 3:25-33.
Aarholt E, Flinn EA, Smith CW (1981) Effects of low frequency magnetic fields on bacterial growth rate. Phys. Medorrhinum Biol. 26:613-621.
Aarholt E, Flinn EA, Smith CW (1982) Magnetic fields affect the lac operon system. Phys. Medorrhinum Biol. 27:603-610.
Smith CW, Aarholt E (1982) Possible effects of environmentally stimulated endogenous opiates. Health Phys. 43:929-930.
Smith CW, Baker RD (1982) Comments on the paper “Environmental Power-Frequency Magnetic Fields and Suicide”. Health Phys. 43:439-441.
Jafary-Asl AH, Solanki SN, Aarholt E, Smith CW (1983) Dielectric measurements on live biological materials under magnetic resonance conditions. J. Biol. Phys. 11:15-22.
Smith CW (1986) “High-Sensitivity Biosensors and Weak Environmental Stimuli”.
Swansea: International Industrial Biotechnology 6(3):article 4:2:85. Based on paper presented at the Joint Colloquium of the Dielectrics Society Annual Meeting and 3rd.University of Wales Conference on Biotechnology BIOELECTRONICS AND BIOSENSORS at UCNW Bangor 17-19 April 1985.
Smith CW, Al-Hashmi SAR, Kushelevsky A, Slifkin MA, Choy RYS, Monro JA, Clulow EE, Hewson MJC. Preliminary Investigations into Acceptability of Fabrics by Allergy Patients. Clinical Ecology 4(1): 7-10, 1987.
Choy RYS, Monro JA , Smith CW. Electrical Sensitivities in Allergy Patients. Clinical Ecology 4(3): 93-102, 1987.
Smith CW, Jafary-Asl AH, Choy RYS, Monro JA. The Emission of Low Intensity Electromagnetic Radiation from Multiple Allergy Patients and other Biological Systems.In: Jezowska-Trzebiatowska B, Kochel B, Slawinski J, Strek W (Eds.). Photon Emission from Biological Systems. Singapore: World Scientific, 110-126, 1987.
Smith CW, Electromagnetic Effects in Humans. In: Froehlich H (Ed.). Biological Coherence and Response to External Stimuli. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 205-232, 1988.
Smith CW, Best S. Electromagnetic Man: Health and Hazard in the Electrical Environment. London: Dent, 1989,1990; New York: St. Martin‘s Press, 1989; Paris: Arys/Encre, 1995; Embourg (Belgium): Marco Pietteur 2002 (French editions); Bologna: Andromeda, 1997, 1998 (Italian editions).
Smith CW. Coherent Electromagnetic Fields and Bio-Communication.In: Popp F-A, Warnke U, Koenig HL, Peschka W (Eds.). Electromagnetic Bio-Communication. Munich, Baltimore: Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1-17, 1989.
Del Giudice E, Doglia S, Milani M, Smith CW, Vitiello G. Magnetic flux quantization and Josephson behaviour in living systems. Physica Scripta 1989:40: 786-791, 1989.
Aarholt E, Jaberansari J, Jafary-Asl AH, Marsh PN and Smith CW. NMR conditions and biological systems. In: Marino AA (Ed.) Modern Bioelectricity. New York: Marcel Dekker, 75-104, 1990.
Smith CW, Choy RYS, Monro JA. The Diagnosis and Therapy of Electrical Hypersensitivities. Clinical Ecology 6(4): 119-128, 1990.
Smith CW. Bioluminescence, Coherence and Biocommunication. In: Jezowska-Trzebiatowska B, Kochel B, Slawinski J, Strek W (Eds.). Biological Luminescence. Singapore: World Scientific, 3-18, 1990.
Smith CW. Homoeopathy, Structure and Coherence.In: Schlebusch K-P (Ed.) Homoeopathy in Focus.Essen: VGM, 96-104, 1990.
Smith CW. A Voyager of Discoveries: a tribute to Herbert Froehlich. Electromagnetics News 2(1): 6-7, 1991 [P.O. Box 25, Liphook, HantsGU30 7SE, England].
Smith CW. Foreword. In: Bistolfi F. Biostructures and Radiation Order Disorder, Torino: Minerva Medica, vii-xi, 1991.
Milani M, Del Giudice E, Doglia S, Vitiello G and Smith CW. Superconductive and Josephson-like behaviour of cells. La Radiologica Medica – Radiol. Medorrhinum 81 (Suppl. 1 al N.4): 51-55, 1991.
Endler PC, Pongratz W, Smith CW. Effects of highly diluted succussed thyroxin on amphibia development. Frontier Perspectives 3(2): 26-28, 1993.
Smith CW. Biological effects of weak electromagnetic fields. In: Ho M-W, Popp F-A, Warnke U(Eds.). Bioelectrodynamics and Biocommunication. Singapore: World Scientific, 81-107, 1994.
Smith CW. Electromagnetic and Magnetic Vector Potential Bio-Information and Water. In: Endler PC, Schulte J (Eds.). Ultra High Dilution: Physiology and Physics. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 187-202, 1994.
Smith CW, Endler PC. Resonance Phenomena of an UHD. In: Endler PC, Schulte J (Eds.). Ultra High Dilution: Physiology and Physics. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 203-208, 1994.
Citro M, Smith CW,Scott-Morely A, Pongratz W, Endler PC. Transfer of information from molecules by means of electronic amplification – preliminary results. In: Endler PC, Schulte J (Eds.). Ultra High Dilution: Physiology and Physics. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 209-214, 1994.
Smith CW. Coherence in Living Biological Systems. Neural Network World 3: 379-388, 1994.
Smith CW. SensibilitÃ© chez les sujets allergiques. In: Lannoye P. (Ed.) La Pollution Ã©lectromagnÃ©tique et la santÃ©. Paris: Frison-Roche, 79-89, 1994.
Smith CW. Electromagnetic aspects of biological cycles. Environmental Medicine 9(3): 113-118, 1995.
Smith CW. Measurements of the Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Biological Systems. Neural Network World 5: 819-829, 1995.
Endler PC, Heckmann C, Laupert E, Pongratz W, Smith C, Senekowitsch F, Citro M. Amphibienmetamorphose und Information von Thyroxin. Speicherung durch bipolare Flüssigkeit Wasser und auf technischen DatentrÃ¤ger; Ãœbertragung von Information durch elektronischen VerstÃ¤rker. In: Endler, PC, Schulte J (Eds.). Homoeopathie-Bioresonanztherapie. Wein: Wilhelm Maudrich, 127-162, 1996.
Smith C.W. Nursing the Electrically Sensitive Patient, Complementary therapies in nursing & midwifery 3, 111-116, 1997.
Smith C.W. Is a living system a macroscopic quantum system? Frontier Perspectives, 7(1), 9-15 (1998), (Temple University, Philadelphia, audio tape of 1997 lecture from Frontier Sciences Department). ISSN:1062-4767.
Senekowitsch F, Citro M, Vinattieri C, Pongratz W, Smith CW and Endler PC. Amphibienmetamorphose und die elektronische Ãœbertragung von Bioinformation. In: Endler PC and Stacher A (Eds.) Niederenergetische Bioinformation, Wein: Facultas-Univ.-Verlag, 1997, 100-114.
Smith CW. Coherence in biological systems and water. In: Taddei-Ferretti C and Marotta P (Eds.) High Dilution Effects on Cells and Integrated Systems, Series on Biophysics and Biocybernetics Vol 3 – Biophysics. Singapore: World Scientific, 1998, pp.88-94. ISBN 981-02-3216-0.
Smith CW. Water and the diagnosis and treatment of electromagnetic hypersensitivity. In: Taddei-Ferretti C and Marotta P (Eds.) High Dilution Effects on Cells and Integrated Systems, Series on Biophysics and Biocybernetics Vol 3 – Biophysics. Singapore: World Scientific, 1998, pp.184-192. ISBN 981-02-3216-0.
Smith CW. Water and bio-communication. In: Taddei-Ferretti C and Marotta P (Eds.) High Dilution Effects on Cells and Integrated Systems, Series on Biophysics and Biocybernetics Vol 3 – Biophysics. Singapore: World Scientific, 1998, pp.295-304. ISBN 981-02-3216-0.
Endler PC, Heckmann C, Lauppert E, Pongratz W, Alex J, Dieterle D, Lukitsch C, Vinattieri C, Smith CW, Senekowitsch F, Moeller H and Schulte J. The metamorphosis of amphibians and information of thyroxin storage via the bipolar fluid water and on a technical data carrier; transference via an electronic amplifier. Schulte J and Endler PC (Eds.) Fundamental Research in Ultra High Dilution and Homoeopathy. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1998. pp.155-187.
Smith CW. Coherent frequencies in living systems and homoeopathic medicine.Proc. 53rd.Congress of the Intl. Homoeopathic Medical League.April 25-29, 1998. RAI, Amsterdam. Paper T001.
Smith C.W. Electromagnetic Therapy. Positive Health, Issue 27, pp.26-34, April 1998.
Smith CW. Physicks and Physics. The J. of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 5(2): 191-193, April 1999.
Smith CW (Section 10 with Griffiths BB and Rea WJ), “The Froehlich Approach to Cellular Communication Systems”.Proc.First World Congress on “Effects of Electricity and Magnetism in the Natural World”, Funchal, Madeira 1-6 October, 1998. Pontypool (Gwent): Coghill Research Laboratories (to be published).
Smith CW. (1999) The Physics of Homoeopathy. Proc. Intl. Conf. “Improving the Success of Homoeopathy 2: Developing and Demonstrating Effectiveness”. London: 15-16 April, 1999. Abstract p. 89.
Smith CW. (1999) Re: Correspondence, Frontier Perspectives, 8 August, 1998 By Thomas Phipps. Frontier Perspectives, 8(1): 9, Spring 1999.
Smith CW. (1999) The Physics of Biological and Cognitive Sciences. Proc. Intl. Multi-Conf. of the Information Society IS’99, Conference on “Biology and Cognitive Sciences” pp.36-39, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 12-14 October, 1999. ISBN 961-6303-18-X
Smith C.W. (1999) Frequency and Coherence in Water and Living Systems.Paper presented at a Workshop in Naples, Italy, 11 December 1999 (to be published).
Smith C.W. (2000) 18th. Annual Symposium on Man and His Environment, June 8-11, 2000, Dallas, Texas. Symposium Notes for Presentations: “The Diagnosis and Therapy of EM Hypersensitivity” and “EM Fields in Health, in Therapies and Disease”.
Smith C.W. (2001) Coherent Frequencies and Homoeopathy,Intl. Conf. Improving the Success of Homoeopathy-3: Reuniting Art with Science, RoyalLondonHomoeopathicHospital, 22-23 February 2001, p.103, London, UK.
Smith C.W. (2001) Learning from Water, a Possible Quantum Computing Medium, 5th. International Conference on “Computing Anticipatory Systems”, HEC LiÃ¨ge, Belgium, 13-18 August 2001. CASYS’01 Abstracts – Symposium 10, p.19. Intl. J. of Computing Anticipatory Systems 13:406-420 (2002).
Smith C.W. (2001) Distance -related effects near radio and TV transmitters, Electromagnetic Hazard & Therapy 11(2-4):10-11.
Smith C.W. (2001) Comments on “Quantitative Analysis of Reproducible Changes in High Voltage Electrophotography” by Russo et al.The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 7(6): 629-631.
Cardella C, de Magistris L, Florio E and Smith CW. (2001) Permanent Changes in the Physico-Chemical Properties of Water Following Exposure to Resonant Circuits. Journal of Scientific Exploration 15(4): 501-518 (2001). Correspondence: 16(2): 256-259 (2002).
Smith C.W. (2002) Homoeopathy, Acupuncture and Electromagnetism: unlikely (sick) bedfellows, Homoeopathy in Practice March 2002, pp.10-14.
Smith C.W. (2002) Toroidal fields may explain mobile phone radiation effects. Electromagnetic Hazard & Therapy 13(1):6-7.
Smith C.W. (2002) Effects of Electromagnetic Fields in the Living Environment. Proc. Intl. Conf. Electromagnetic Environments and Health in Buildings, Royal College of Physicians, London, 16-17 May, 2002. In: Clements-Croome D (Ed.). Electromagnetic Environments and Health in Buildings.London: Taylor & Francis, October 2003. Chap. 3, pp. 53-118.
Smith C.W. and Best S. L’Homme Electromagnetique. (Updated version translated by J-M Danze). December 2002. Embourg, Belgium: Collection Resurgence Editions Marco Pietteur.
Smith CW. (2003) An Alternative Medicine Approach to RF Interactions with Humans. Conference on: “RF Interactions with Humans: Mechanisms, Exposure and Medical Applications”. Institute of Physics, London, 27-28 February, 2003. Abstract ENV 7.4
Smith CW. (2003) Guest Editorial – Straws in the Wind. Journal Alternative and Complementary Medicine 9(1):1-6.
Smith CW. (2003) Guest Editorial – Energy Medicine United. Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery 9(4):169-175 (Nov 2003).
Smith, C. W. Book Review of: “Energy Medicine in Therapeutics and Human Performance”, James L. Oschman, Butterworth /Heinemann, London, 2003. ISBN 0-7506-5400-7 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 0-7506-5400-7 end_of_the_skype_highlighting.
Institute for Complementary Medicine Newsletter, February 2004:
and in: Electromagnetic Hazard & Therapy, 14(3-4):6 (2004).
Smith CW. (2004) Quanta and Coherence Effects in Water and Living Systems. J Altern Complement Medorrhinum 10(1); 69-78.
Smith CW. (2004) Correspondence: Dowsing as a Quantum Phenomenon. Frontier Perspectives, 13(1): 4-6, Spring/Summer 2004.
Smith C.W. 1.”Electromagnetic Sensitivity and the ANS. 2. ANS Involvement in Chemical and Electromagnetic Sensitivities. 23rd. Annual Symposium on Man and His Environment, June 9-12, 2005. Syllabus pp 162-194.
Smith C.W. (2005) Watergates – Logic Operations in Water, 7th. International Conference on “Computing Anticipatory Systems”, HEC LiÃ¨ge, Belgium, 8 – 13 August 2005. CASYS’05 Abstracts – Symposium 10, p. 9.
Smith CW. Herbert Froehlich: A Coherent, Collective Phenomenon. Centenary Symposium, 20-21 August 2005. International Institute of Biphysics, Station Hombroich, Kapellener StraÃŸe, Neuss, Germany, D-41472.
Smith CW. Frequencies in Homoeopathy and Acupuncture. In: Improving the Success of Homoeopathy – 5. “A Global Perspective”. Intl. Conf. Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital, 26-27 January 2006. Programme – Poster Abstracts – pp154-155.
Smith CW. (2006) Electrical Pollution Around Us: does it make the effects of chemical pollution an even greater health hazard? Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress, CNIT- Paris, March 23-25. Congress Book, Abstract p124.
Smith CW (2006) Froehlich’s Interpretation of Biology through Theoretical Physics. In: Hyland GJ and Rowlands P (Eds.) Herbert Froehlich FRS: A physicist ahead of his time. Liverpool: University of Liverpool pp 91-138.
Smith CW. (2007) Editorial: CAM in Camera. J. of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 13(1) 3-4.
Smith CW. (2007) Water – its clinical and scientific depths. In: Emoto M, The Healing Power of Water. London: Hay House. Chap.3, pp. 77-88.
Smith CW. (2007) Frequencies: Effects, Functions and Significance for Living Organisms.
47th. Intl. Congress for BICOM Therapists, Fulda, Germany, 28-30 April 2007. Conference Papers 31:22-50. REGUMED Institut für Regulative Medizin, D-82166 GrÃ¤felfing, Germany.
Smith CW. (2007) #1.Electromagnetics and the ANS; #2. ANS Involvement in Chemical & Electromagnetic Sensitivities. 25th Ann. Intl.Symp. Man and His Environment in Health and Disease June 7-10, 2007Dallas, Texas. Syllabus pp. 130-156; 596-626.
Smith CW. (2007) Water – Nanoscale to Microscale.8th. Intl. Conf. on Computing Anticipatory Systems, HEC-ULg, Liege, Belgium, 6-11 August 2007. Abstract: CASYS’07 Symposium 6 p23.
Smith CW. (2007) Editorial: Apologia Homeopathica. J. of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.Sept 2007.
Smith CW. (2007) Elektromagnetische velden en het endocriene systeem. TIG Jaargang 23. Harderwijk NL: Stichting TIG pp71-83.
Presentations at the International Annual Symposia on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease” held annually in Dallas, Texas,
Smith CW, Al–Hashmi SAR, Choy RYS, and Monro JA. Preliminary Investigations into the Use of Ion-Bombardment Treatments to Improve the Acceptability of Fabrics for Allergy Patients. 4th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease”, DallasTexas, February 27- March 2, 1986.
Smith CW, Choy RYS and Monro JA. Electromagnetic Man and His Electromagnetic Environment in Health and disease. 5th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease”, DallasTexas, February 26 – March 1, 1987.
Smith CW. The Measurement of Environmental Electromagnetic fields and the Values Effective in Triggering Responses in Hypersensitive Patients. 6th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease”, DallasTexas, February 25-28, 1988.
Smith CW. Electricity and Water (Parts 1 & 2). 7th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease”, DallasTexas, February 23-26, 1989.
Smith CW. Health and Hazard in the Electrical Environment. 8th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease”, DallasTexas, February 22-25, 1990.
Smith CW. 1. Electromagnetic Fields and Health. 2. Electromagnetic Fields and Disease. 9th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease”, DallasTexas, February 28 – March 3, 1991.
Smith CW. Electromagnetic Fields and the Endocrine System. 10th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease” DallasTexas, February 27- March 1, 1992.
Smith CW. Electrical Environmental influences on the Autonomic Nervous System. 11th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease”, DallasTexas, February 25-28, 1993.
Smith CW. The Electrical Aspects of Biological Cycles. 12th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease”, DallasTexas, February 24-27, 1994.
Smith C.W. 1. Basic Bioelectricity; 2. Bioelectricity and Environmental Medicine. 15th. Intl. Symp. on “Man and His Environment in Health and Disease: focus on the environmental aspects of EMF and bioelectricity”, DallasTexas, February 20-23, 1997.
Smith C.W. 1. “The Diagnosis and Therapy of EM Hypersensitivity”; 2. “EM Fields in Health, in Therapies and Disease”. 18th. Annual Symposium on Man and His Environment, June 8-11, 2000, Dallas, Texas. Symposium Notes for Participants.
Smith C.W. #1 “Electromagnetic Sensitivity and the ANS”. #2 “ANS Involvement in Chemical and Electromagnetic Sensitivities”. 23rd. Annual Symposium on Man and His Environment, June 9-12, 2005. Syllabus pp 162-194.
Smith CW. (2007) #1.Electromagnetics and the ANS, #2. ANS Involvement in Chemical & Electromagnetic Sensitivities. 25th Ann. Intl.Symp. Man and His Environment in Health and Disease June 7-10, 2007Dallas, Texas. Syllabus pp. 130-156; 596-626.