BACKGROUND Russian astronomer A.L. Tchijevsky published in the twenties of 20th century a study comparing the approximately 11-year cycling of "sunspot activity" and "historical process", analyzed globally since the 5th century B.C. to the 19th century A.D. According to him, phenomena of societal "excitation", as revolutions, occurred synchronously with the… (More)
UNLABELLED DISCOVERY: A periodicity of 500 years has been discovered in the political history of ancient Egypt and documented by means of inferential statistics. Periods of chaos and waning of central power (some of them called "intermediate periods") recurred every 500 years. DATA & METHODS Input for the computation is the mean duration of ruling… (More)
OBJECTIVES Myoclonic epilepsy (ME) syndrome is not rare in north-eastern Europe; it is also seen in various forms. Familial occurrence of ME syndrome and acute intermittent porphyria (AIP) was observed in three siblings. The following report was aimed the differentiation between co-morbidity of two different disorders or presence the epileptic seizures… (More)
A periodicity of about 500 years has been discovered in the history of poetry and documented by means of inferential statistics. Great poets of Arabia, Persia, China and Japan emerged periodically every 500 years. Moreover, the waves of poetic creativeness in the West and in the East have been synchronous for the last 3000 years. It is a surprising fact,… (More)
BACKGROUND Alterations in cellular immunity at manifestation of type 1 diabetes mellitus, as described in publications so far, are equivocal. Moreover, the age of children was usually not taken into account. OBJECTIVES Exact inferentially statistical measures were used to arrive at reliable information. METHODS Thirty four diabetic children and 48… (More)
Periodicity in predatory activity was observed in overwintered females of Typhlodromus pyri Scheuten (Acari: Phytoseiidae). Chronobiometrical analysis revealed that an approximately circabiseptan (about-14-day) rhythm is statistically significant, with a striking depression around the full moon.