am 11. März 2000
I have read many books on similar topics and none even come close to this one. Well documented, exciting, easy to read, exciting, logical, exciting, good pictures, did I mention exciting? Really gets you into the book, hard to put down.
am 24. September 1998
Written so that the lay reader experiences the sense of adventure, the frustrations, and the triumphs as some of life's most fundamental secrets are revealed and lucidly explained. A classic with far reaching implications into our daily life, written by a man with impeccable and possibly unique credentials in this field.
am 3. November 1998
Robert O. Becker, the 20th century pioneer of research in bioelectric phenomena, does a masterful job of leading the reader into the invisible yet profound world of electromagnetism and its effect on all living organisms. At times awe-inspiring, at others frightening, Becker ends his book with more questions posed than answered, both in the realm of medical implications of tissue regeneration and in the realm of electropollution and its possible ramifications for our industrialized society. An excellent book for the intellectually curious.
am 3. Oktober 2013
I would recommend the reader approach this book with an open mind.
We have been trained conscientiously and sub-conscientiously what to think
and how things should work. If you're like me and have seen your share
of failed attempts from doctors to get the right diagnosis, you should
read this book or at least most of it. Healthy people don't worry about
their health, but sick people do whatever they can to remedy their situation.
Most of us have not studied medicine but all of us know what something is
wrong with our bodies. That this statement to heart: You are what you eat
and you are what you don't digest.
am 5. Mai 1998
Utterly profound. This book begins with a eye opening look into the life work of two doctors unafraid of going against the medical/polital grain. Their work discuses how many of earths creatures can regenerate many of their organs inclding their heart, eyes, and brain and their semi-succesful attempts in human subjects. But the tail end of this work takes a gloomy and discouraging turn as it discloses the side effects of electromagentism, which we live in every day, and the governments attempts to shelve all evidence.
am 11. Februar 1999
This is a book that will enlighten a lay person that has limited knowledge in the sciences and interest the educated. It focuses on: Regeneration, Politics in Medicine, and Electromagnetic pollution. It slows down a bit when the author chooses to voice his opinions on politics in the medical field, but quickly picks up in the end when he explores the effects of electro-magnetic fields on the human body. I recommend this book because, in short, I found it very interesting.