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Dr. Leonard J. Ravitz was a medical student at Yale University when his professor, an eminent scientist of the day, introduced him to the theory that all living organisms are organized by measurable electromagnetic systems. Their exciting findings opened vast realms of inquiry and possibilities.Though a concept that has never been fully embraced by the scientific community ...more
Published May 1st 2002 by Rutledge Books
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