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Authors:  D. W. Wilson, F. Halberg (late), G. Cornelissen, and R. B. Singh
Abstract:
This topic [2] is the quest for the recent scientific Holy Grail [1], launched over two decades ago by Franz Halbergís International BIOCOS group [3-7] (Figure 1), who researched heliogeomagnetics, transyears, near-weeks, near-decades, phylogenetics and ontogenetics, focussing on how life has/is evolving under solar influence. It was a seminal undertaking investigating signatures of life here on Earth, reflecting Mendelís rules of inheritance from solar information. Breaks in the magnetosphere, itself arising from strong convection currents in the outer core, combined with the Coriolis effect, quite apart from photonic and forms of intra- and extra-galactic energy, allow solar winds [7] to penetrate Earth, particularly at high latitudes. These Kelvin-Helmholtz waves of solar winds are believed to influence life on Earth, e.g., cardiac health, such as myocardial infarction, involving resonance mechanisms assoc-iated with heart rate variability [7]. This review aims to highlight the role of magnetic forces in the cosmos on biological function of people living on Earth. 


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