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Dr. Mark Krinker specializing in the Physics of Semiconductors.

Mark Krinker is an author of 70+ scientific publications and 12 Inventions, including 2 USA Patents. In 2011- 1st Degree Diploma at International Conference SAFETY-2011. The work was devoted to Physics of Geo-Pathogenic Zones.
Member of Second-Physics – the International Research Group, and Association of Unconventional Science.
At the present- aVisiting Research Scholar at Farmingdale College, SUNY. Also runs a freelance Applied PhysTech Research Laboratory in Brooklyn.


His major works were related to Physics of Liquid Crystals, special methods for Bio-Physics and Physics of Semiconductors. Also developed innovations in Measurement Science and Technology.
Repeated winner of Inventors competition between Research Stuff of that time.

.Since 1990 worked at USA technical companies developing special physical Methods and Instruments for advanced electronic diagnosing.

Since 2001-through 2007- Vice President of ECO Dowsing LLC, a small R&D company, concerned with physical studies of Geo-Pathogenic zones and special instruments for that.

Since 2004- Member of Advisory Committee at City Tech College of New York, CUNY.
Since 2011 through 2013 –a head of the Laboratory, studying special physical properties of info-activated systems for mitigating a harm of the mobile phones.

The current works are focused on studying the spinning electromagnetic fields and developing the associated instruments as well as the works on the Magneto-levitation.



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Study Demonstrates Meditation Changes Gene Expression

Practitioners have been attesting to it for many years, and now medical research is waking up to the possibility that meditation really does have tangible health benefits. Published in the Journal Psychoneuroendocrinology, a new study has found specific molecular changes in the body following a period of mindful meditation.

Meditation Can Offer Benefits for Depression, Anxiety, and Pain

A review of the published scientific literature on relaxation programs involving meditation has revealed a small benefit to individuals with a medical condition, including effects against depression similar in size to those achieved with antidepressant drugs. The systematic review is published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Yoga Boosts Brain Function More than Aerobic Activity

Individuals have greatly improved brain function after a round of yoga exercise when compared aerobic activity. This is according to researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and published in the Journal of Physical Activity & Health.

Yoga Can Aid in Reducing Blood Pressure

A new study has found evidence suggesting yoga can reduce a person’s blood pressure. Normal blood pressure is generally considered to be below 120/80. In this measurement, 120 represents the systolic measurement and 80 represents the diastolic measurement.

Acupuncture may aid in relieving some of the symptoms of Parkinson's disease

According to researchers from the University of Seoul, South Korea, and reported in CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics. It appears that acupuncture reactivates parts of the brain that have become deactivated, the authors added.

Complementary Medicines Could Replace Hormone Replacement Therapy for Postmenopausal Symptoms

Herbal and complementary medicines could be recommended as an alternative treatment option to hormone replacement therapy in women experiencing postmenopausal symptoms. This is according to a review published in The Obstetrician and Gynecologist.

A Model of Integrative Care for Low-Back Pain

Complementary and Alternative Medical Therapy Combined with Conventional Medical Care May Significantly Improve Treatment of Lower Back Pain…