What is BHT
Biological Holographic Tomography (BHT)
BHT is a new approach to the biomedical study that analyzes spectral information emitted from the body surface.
CID-system has been developed by our team for the purpose of automated detection of cancer. This hardware-software system belongs to the class of BHT-technology.
Human fingertips, toes, nose-tips and some other parts of the body emit from their surfaces information on malfunctioning cells, tissues and organs in the form of their holograms (virtual images). Such a conclusion was made upon testing of several hundred persons.
How is it possible that such an important capability of a human body had not been discovered long before us? Modern science explores far-off galaxies, quantum world and even early universe, but many secrets of our own bodies remain obscure.
Is it because any intrusion into a body (even with X-rays or ultrasound) is destructive to some fragile bio-processes? Have the scientists ever suspected that various types of waves generated by moving constituents of a living system form a complex self-organizing system that reflects dynamics of molecular processes? Non-perturbing study of information carried by complex waveforms implies "remote" observation of the processes that take place on its surface. Since the waves emitted by the body into environment are extremely weak, unstable and invisible, previous studies of body's natural radiation failed to provide any comprehensible results.
"Remote" study of invisible bio-spectra. Weak emanations from object-surfaces can be enhanced and transformed into a visible form if we expose the objects to ionized (glowing) air. Ionization is achieved by electric impulses of particular frequencies that initiate the discharge of air around the contact surfaces of exposed objects. The same impulses resonate with corresponding biological processes thus enhancing emission of various charged particles (ions, electrons and photons) from the test objects. These charges and waves interact with an evenly glowing medium of ionized gas, thus forming complex picture of interference patterns. Obviously, it is impossible to expose the entire organism to ionized air. However, one can capture such a stimulated radiation of the body's minor areas, e.g. emissions of its remote "terminals" - fingertips: the short-term (several seconds) application of electric impulses to fingertips is proved to be absolutely harmless. Besides, we can avoid the observer's destructive effect, since this "remote" impact is too short-term to affect the spectra of the whole body. It should be emphasized that the preexisting devices of electro-photography, sometimes referred to as gas-discharge visualization cameras (GDV-technology) or Kirlian photographs, differ from the BHT-technology as shown below.
BHT vs preexisting technologies of the same class. Electro-photography is considered to be non-informative for medical applications, since commercially available devices provide extremely variable imagery. Entire field of bio-electro-photography was compromised due to unsubstantiated claims of their producers, especially when some of the users started to interpret the glow around biological objects as a manifestation of some sort of mystical energy or “live fields” of non-physical nature. The difference between commercially available GDV-technique and our devices is described in more detail here.
As our initial experimentation with GDV-Camera failed to provide reliable data, we attempted to alter the whole capturing process that led to an unexpected effect - the recordings of human fingertips became not only more reproducible but also more "structured" and complex (fig.1).
Soon we came to a conclusion that various pathological states provide distinct effects on fingertip emissions - the texture, character and even geometrical features of glowing coronas (BHT-grams) somehow depend upon the acuteness of patient states, the size of malfunctioning zones, the presence of pain, the type of infection, etc. For example, viral infection usually caused the fragmentation of coronas' large areas, whereas local problems, such as acute myositis or bleeding from hemorroidal nodes were greatly affecting shapes, texture and intensity distribution around the fingertip contact surfaces but did not display small rounded fragments (fig.2).
Moreover, in some cases we could recognize the shapes and certain structural details of pathological tissues that provided replicas of anatomic structures on fingertip electro-photographs. These replicas were not dependent on actual size and location of the corresponding organs and tissues. Although it is not easy to recognize an anatomical or morphological structure by its holographic analogue (requires training), the information displayed on 10 fingertips makes it possible to determine an approximate location of the dominant zone of pathology. Knowing the location and specific features of malfunctioning tissues, such as their density, glandular or parenchyma-like texture, fibrous structure etc., it is much easier for the trained medical personnel to recognize displayed replicas. Figure 3 demonstrates the emission of two patients' fingertips, where red arrows point to the recognizable structures (an elongated bone located in the projection of the neck and a diverticulum or a small polyp-like inclusion on the abdominal level).
Results of the CID blind testing and everyday diagnostic practice leave no doubt that the phenomenon of the holographic diffraction and the "wireless" messaging between body-components are real and repetitive.
How is it possible to observe internal organs and tissues without X-rays, ultrasound or other penetrating waves? Neither molecules, nor other known biological structures and functional systems are capable of transferring and emitting information in the form of images. What physical mechanisms can selectively “capture” pathological elements and spread their images throughout the entire body? According to our data, any living system operates using some holography-based mechanisms of communication. The patterns of wave interference are actually the holograms of real biological structures. It is known that each minor part of a holographic record can be used for the reconstruction of the whole recorded picture; we have determined that each part of the body, e.g. a fingertip or a toe, can be used for the reconstruction of the whole body-hologram. The holographic principle in physics states that full information about a 3D system is presented on its surface in a 2D form; we did find that information about the whole organism can be obtained through analysis of its surface.
More detailed information about the discovered phenomenon is given in the "Science" section of our website.
"Bio-microscope". Experimental research soon led us to a conclusion that it is possible to extract information from various levels of a system hierarchy; e.g., some modes of recording were more informative for analysis of cells and tissues, others - for larger organs and their functional states. Hence, our innovation could be compared to a TOMOGRAPHY that records images layer-by-layer. We therefore dubbed it "BIOHOLOTOMOGRAPHY" (BHT for short). Discovery of astonishing peculiarities of biological systems that can act akin to “bio-microscopes of pathology” became a great stimulus for subsequent theoretical and experimental research. This natural phenomenon enabled us to capture and analyze the otherwise invisible and non-measurable holograms (interference patterns) of real anatomic structures via assessment of "body-terminals" - human fingertips.
The CID-system is the first BHT-technology that can be used for the cancer-screening purposes.
There is a metabolic and, respectively, spectral difference between aggressively behaving cancer-cells and benign cells of the host-organism. Bearing this in mind, we studied the BHT-manifestations of various cancers. It turned out that there are several malignancy-specific signatures common to all tested cancers, so it became possible to develop a new device intended for the "spectral" detection of malignant processes. In the near future, a fully automated, non-invasive, sensitive to early stage cancers and affordable CID-test would allow to distinguish people with and without cancer within several minutes.
More information about the CID-system is presented here >>>
Clinical data can be found here >>>