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According to the data of some geophysicists from the end of XX century, the full vector of the magnetic
field of the Earth, following jerks, periodic secular excursions, is gradually weakening. Accordingly to the
buffering properties of the Earth magnetosphere, which protects biosystems from excess solar proton-electron
beams, are decreasing. Using modeled weakening of the geomagnetic field we had to answer the question: what
are the possible biotropic consequences of further development of heliophysical pressing for a man?
Prognostic evaluation of the possible genetically conditioned polyfunctional human reactions at repeated
weakening of the Earth?s magnetic field and if necessary, the development of preventive non-medicinal
Objectives: To study the effects of periodic short-term weakening of the full vector of the geomagnetic field on
neurophysiological and other human parameters controlled by genes D4, B1 and TNF, and to develop and test a
way for non-medicinal prevention of excess heliomagnetotropic human reactions.
Tools and Techniques: Included the use of large-and small-sized installations, weakening the magnetic field
of the Earth in 300 - 500 times, genotyping of examinees on the length of the alleles of gene D4, the dynamic
registration of electroencephalographic, psycho physiological, hemodynamic and other parameters and the
application of heliogeomagnetoprotective mean - drinking water, manufactured under license in Novosibirsk by
the name "AquaHelios".
Contingent: Healthy male volunteers (n=39) aged 18-20 years.
Design of the study envisaged the scheme of "double-blind method", in which the examinees in the
experimental and control groups passed the courses of geomagnetic deprivation (or its simulation), consisting of
12 weekly sessions of 30 minutes during 3 months.
Alexander Trofimov has completed his MD (Doctor of Medicine) in 1998 from Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Medical
Sciences. During many years he was (until 2010) Chief of laboratory of Helio-climatopathology of Scientific Center of Clinical
and Experimental Medicine (SB RAMS, Novosibirsk). From 1994 and now he is the Director of International Scientific-Research
Institute of Cosmic Anthropoecology (Russia, Novosibirsk). He has 7 patents, published 5 monographs and more than 60 papers
in reputed journals such as Arctic Medicine, Journal of Circumpolar Health and many others.
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