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Chrono-biology is the study of time cycles in living organisms.
Chrono-biology was based on the realisation that in our body there are many processes's which are time based.
Evidently, there is the cell cycle, and the cell division decisions.
But there are likewise series of time cycles related to organ functions, related to rhythms in nature.

    Older than Chronobiology, is medical astrology, with detailed studies of the relationship between seasonal rhythms and organ functions.
    Older still is the traditional Chinese understanding of biorhythms, described in the system of the Meridian Clock.
    Biorhythms, is a more recent term for the description of the mental, emotional and functional body cycles.
    Chronobiology, Astromedicine, Meridian clock and Biorhythms all provide deeper insight relevant for MatheMusics; bio-vibraion-field-rhythms.

One of the best known bio-rhythms know to be related to nature, is the menstruation cycle which is tied in fully with the moon cycle.
There are many other internal process cycles, which are in a similar way synchronised or attuned to external process cycles.
Evidently, our body is part of the environment of nature and thus of the process dynamics of Earth.
Evidently, also, we are (in part) able to determine our own timing of our actions and decisions.

This call forth the question HOW time cycles in the body and the time cycles of our environment are connected.
On the one hand we are dealing with the intra-cellular time cycles of cell division decisions connected to molecular and atomic processes.
On the other hand we are dealing with in the inter-cellular time cycles such as described in the work of Bert Verveen.
While we can also see the inter-organic time/timing processes, such as described by Hans Selye.

Chrono-biology Explores the measurements of time cycles for molecular, cellular, organic and body processes.
There are very clear indications that (for example) hormone releases's are carefully and precisely timed with respects to the diurnal and circadian body and process cycles.
There is also evidence that these releases of hormones are triggered by our internal mental or emotional or activation states.
At that level we can make use of the description's by Bruce Lipton, about the internal body division: he points out that there is the relationship of the organic processes in the body itself, but also the mediation of body process dynamics via the brain.

That means that we can regard the body as a double, a dual, system (a lemniscate (‘figure-8’) dynamic).
In this context it must be interpreted in relationship to what physicists call dual resonance theory.
This is the theory on the dynamic entrainment, and potential interference patterns, of coupled oscillators systems.
Because evidently a time cycle, is also a time base, but also an oscillation cycle.

In the body we see that the cells will have their own intra-cellular rhythm, which determines their own idiosyncratic timebase.
Also we see that the inter-cellular cycles are coupled by cell communications with other cells within their specific organ system.
Every cellular dynamic, as part of the organ system, is also in interplay with all the other system organs.
But evidently, also, the inter-body process cycles are in interaction with the process cycles around the body.

In that sense we need to realise that every body cell rhythm is connected to every other body cell rhythm via the process of cell division.
The dynamic of cell division is that of time fractal, as defined and described by Susie Vrobel.
It means that every cell division decision, and every cell cycle frequency, is part of this unifying and integrating fractal.
In fact, the state of health (and thereby the state of disease) is based on the integrity of cell dynamic process integration within this timebase fractal.

At the inter-cellular level it is seen that this cell dynamics are always part of that system of cell division decisions.
Cells that originated from each other will always have partial internal cell cycle entrainment via the external cell linking processes.
These cell linking processes can be imagined in the last phase of the cell division decision, just before the cell separates after cell division.
As long as the connecting tube is still open, there will be in exchange which can be called hormonal; as soon as the tube is internally closed but  externally still existent, that will be the equivalent of the cell linking processes which we considered to be neuronal.

Neuronal processes, in that sense, can be considered to be extended forms of contact of cell membrane to cell membrane.
Hormonal processes, likewise, can be considered to be an extension of the internal cellular exchanges.
The work of Bert Verveen explains how the hormonal (extended internal cellular communication's) processes are the basis of organic communication coherence.
The cell cycle communications that take place at that level are, in biomedicine, called the "metabolomic" cycles.

The "metabolomes" are the ('metabolic') communication cycles from one cell system to another.
This make use of molecule groups, which all have the same molecular core structure as its basis.
In the Metabolomic cycle, the associated cells will add parts to that core structure or take away elements which have been attached to that core structure.
In that way groups of organs and cells and molecules can be identified as being linked by such metabolic cycles.

In our body there are various such metabolic cycles, all identified by the molecule core element group.
As a result it is possible to identify links throughout the body, of cells which form the non-local organic function.
This can be compared to local organic function process cycles.
Those are the intra-organic cellular symbiotic system dynamics.

That means that we are always dealing with a system of cell compartmentalisation.
The compartments are created by cell divisions.
Every thus created compartment operates as a filter for organic functioning of the whole body.
In that sense our whole body can be considered to be like a motherboard in a computer, of which every cell represents a central processing unit; a CPU.

Our whole body those forms a networked computer system.
Every cell, CPU, has his own system timebase.
Every organ system is based on cellular exchanges, which are in fact based on cellular communications.
Every metabolomic cycle, and intra-organic exchange, is thus a form of information processing.

In the organisation of the body we see that everything starts with one cell, and the dynamic of cell divisions.
Out of the dynamic of cell division comes the system of different cells, but also that of different organs, and of different metabolomic circuits.
As part of that dynamic of cell divisions, and organ differentiations, we see the process of “total system inversion”.
In that sense we can see, embryologically, that the head is the body organ system, turned inside out with respects to the body.

This dynamic of total system inversion starts with the cell division decisions of the individual cell.
Organs are inversions with respect to each other, of specific organic function cell cycles and cellular process dynamics.
The organs in fact all have a specific phase relationship by which together they function as a Möbius loop.
The relationship of the head versus the body is of the same order: the head is a part of the body turned inside out.

This process of turning inside out is clearly visible at the level of development of embryology.
It is seen one that heart first is at the end of the newly formed organism, but later is inverted.
At that moment, the heart (which is at one end of this organism) changes places with the core of the body (the functional solar plexus).
As a result, the heart is internalised, and the neural centre of the body is externalised.
This can still be seen in the Crossing of the main body nerves in the transition from the head to the body.

This is where Bruce Lipton indicates that we must consider the brain as being part of the outside of the body.
That means that the body process cycles, which we would technically consider to be internal to the body, are in fact functionally external.
It means that we have an internal barrier in the body, were operationally internal processes become functionally external.
This is equivalent to the relationship between the information gathering in the fore-brain versus the  information processes of the back brain.

The brain processes can be correlated to the information organisation processes in the individual cell.
As Bruce Lipton pointed out, four proteins represent the intelligence operations of the individual cells.
They are 1) the sensor protein, 2) the portal protein, 3) the linking protein, and 4) the DNA mantle protein.
Together these proteins transcribe life experience of the cell; from the membrane, through the membrane, into the internal process, into the DNA.

These are the same processes that we see in our whole body as the standard information organisation process.
They are 1) the sensory system, 2) the metabolic system, 3) the regulatory system, 4) the information integration system.
We also see them in the brain as 1) fore-brain, 2) left-brain, 3) right-brain, 4) hind-brain.
In other words, the cognitive functions can be traced back to original molecular cellular functions.

It means that all of the cellular and organic and body dynamics must be traced back to molecular dynamics.
The dynamic of molecules however is based on atomic reorganisation; nuclear-energy processes processing.
The operative agent therein is always the relationship between the dynamic phase organisation and the physical state organisation dynamics.
There in photon-leap, electron-leap - electron-oscillations - electron bonding.

It means that the basis of chrono-biology, lies in this relationship between photons and electrodynamics.
At that level we can only consider our living body as electo-dynamics information fields.
Electricity, magnetism, radio waves and information are therein all connect it.
The physical body is in fact a chemical body, which is in fact an electromagnetic body, which is in fact photon information field.
This is precisely what the alchemists described as the four elements; the four states of materialisation of the electromagnetic field.

The light field is the basis of the electromagnetic information organisation dynamics.
The electromagnetic interaction's represent the energy level of phase state changes within the electromagnetic body field.
The free electron flows corresponds with this shift in acid-base balance which is the body-chemistry physiological aspect of the electromagnetic field.
The materials phase state of the body is  produced by electron bonding within the electromagnetic field.

In fact all of the body materials are trans-state in their origination.
All of the body field's have electromagnetic information dynamic characteristics makes them responsive to changes of phase (information).
Body materials are piezo-electric, liquid-crystal, transistor, intelligent-gel.
It means that all of the body materials (as stated the alchemists) are in continuous phase exchange.

Physicality, anatomy, is merely consequential to the physiological process dynamics.
Physiology (the fluid dynamic) is consequential only to the system boundary regulation dynamic.
System regulation is determined by the information integration at a much deeper level of body information-field coherence.
That means that our living body is in fact an ongoing manifestation of the underlying information field.

The body anatomy is not a reference for the integrity or integration nor of the health of the living body.
The body physiology is a part indicator of the ongoing process coherence and bodily health, but merely conditional.
The body regulation is determinant for the organisation of the integrity of the body and for maintaining the integrity of the body.
But it is the information processing of the body itself which is decisive for the stability of the regulation, the continuity of the physiology, and the existence of the anatomy.

This is explicitly seen when being dies the cells may still be intact (as may be the case with the organs in the body) but life is gone.
This shows that it is the information processing by the individual body cells, in the organs, in the body, which is the essence of life.
It proves that life is not material/physical, but immaterial/metaphysical.
It is in that way that we need to understand cell cycle dynamics, the chrono-biology, as a reflection of the processes taking place in face space.

We can look at this cell cycle dynamics as internal processes, with molecular and atomic resonators as the basis for their dynamics.
We can look at the cell cycles, with the closure of their feedforward and feedback loops, as the basis of the continuity of health; as described by Bert Verveen.
We can look at the stability of internal and external cell cycle dynamics; as has been described by Hans Selye.
But we must understand that the cells cycle dynamics is always based on the correlation between the internal and the external vibrational dynamics; as implied by Karl Pribram.

Chrono-biology is a very fundamental aspects of biology and medicine.
It looks at the rhythmic and psychic cell dynamics, such as seen in the release and transformation of biomolecules.
It correlates the biomolecule cycles of the cells and organs with those of the day/night rhythm of the planet and the solar cycle season.
Thereby it can prove that there is a direct correlation between internal and external processes, linking our body with nature.

Chrono-biology thereby gives us insights in the complexity of the organisation and coordination of cell cycles.
We must correlate these cell cycle dynamics, to the cell divisions cycle of the time fractal from which the body originates.
We both correlates the internal time fractal of cell division decisions, to the external complement of sexual cell fusion decisions.
It means that the decision tree (the time fractal) internal in the body, extends external to the body also.

In that sense we must correlate the internal body cycles of the atomic, molecular, cellular and organic systems cycles, to the process cycles in the environment of the body.
We must not only look at the cell cycles (as described by Bert Verveen) in how they are connected, but we must also look at cell cycle changes (as described by Hans Selye) in the way the cell cycles/rhythms are changed.
It means that we are dealing with the relationship between stable feedforward and feedback, versus the shift of feedforward and feedback (closure and potential instability).
This is where we can see that symmetry/continuity and symmetry break/discontinuity are determined by the way cell cycles loopback upon themselves or each other.

The looping back of cell cycles has been described in mathematics as the “Borromean cycles”.
Borromean cycles are of the order zero, one, two, three, and so on.
They represent respectively a line, a circle, a lemniscate, a Triskel, and so on. The body as a whole thus must be regarded as a phase relationships between different order Borromean cycles.

In that sense, chrono-biology tells is only part of the story.
It monitors and measures molecular cellular organic process cycles/rhythms.
It correlates the process-cycle timebase of the internal body processes, with those of the external processes.
What we are dealing with however (at the more fundamental level) is the processing, of which the processes only form part.

Chrono-biology thereby gives us very important and profound information, giving insight into functioning of our body.
It makes explicit that there is a relationship between internal body processes and environmental process cycles
It thereby gives a basis for the part of astrobiology, which will be separately described.
Crucial is that we must always consider the internal body processes to, still, be part of the processing of nature.

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