1. NEUTRON MONITORS
2. Archive of data on geomagnetic disturbances of the Earth
3. Seismoelectric effects in the propagation of elastic waves in rocks
How does information exchange in biological objects take place? Is it possible to control these extremely complex systems from the outside at the cellular level? The answers to these questions can be provided by the research of experimenters and theorists, conducted in recent years in various laboratories.
Living organisms, from the simplest to the human body, are not isolated, but open systems that exchange matter, energy and information with the environment. According to L. von Bertalanffy’s definition, a living organism is not a conglomeration of individual elements, but a certain system that has organization and integrity, which is in constant change. At the same time, living systems are non-equilibrium, dissipative, self-structuring and self-organizing. The dominant philosophical problems related to living matter are the phenomenon of self-organization of matter and the nonlinearity of processes.