Iresh Ranjan Bhattacharjee
Dr. Iresh Ranjan Bhattacharjee, the presenting author, is the proponent of “Self Gravitation Bio‟ (or Biomechanics of Intrinsic Gravity‟). In a rare feat of achievement, he could make a pioneer debut in the field of biophysics on introducing a new topic of investigation “Self Gravitation Bio” on attending Joint Meeting of the 16th IUPAB International Biophysics Congress (Triennial) and 52nd Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society in 2008 at Long Beach, California. He presented his concept under the caption “Self-Gravity Dictates Biological Growth”, which received wide appreciation to the novelty of thought. So far literature is silent on this clue. In 2013, he published in journal Webmedcentral and as book entitled "Self gravity- The major investigation gap in life science". He has conjectured on astrophysical principles that self gravity is the intrinsic force behind spontaneous continuity in the formation of universe, galaxy and solar system to a tiny creature up to smallest bacteria or plasmid. It envisages that every living object has its own gravity apart from being influenced by external gravity of the planet or the microgravity. He has postulated that free fall acceleration (g- value) due to self gravity to the tune of nanometer per second square to pico or femto level biomass over small distance is quite a significant force and is not comparable to g-value of massive planet. He pursued the topic on self-effort from boyhood and it was especially got in lime light during his Ph.D. study as satellite activities at New Delhi, India during 1984-1989. His 160 pages pocket booklet written in 1988 entitled “Gravity dictates life-death and biological growth (also agricultural productivity)” also highlighted the concept of increasing gravity and its impact on evolutionary living creatures for the first time. His full length concept entitled "Understanding space life through principles of Self gravitation bio" has been selected for presentation and promotion in 'Human Physiology in Space' section of the 65th International Astronautical Congress to be held on 27 September-3 October, 2014 at Toronto, Canada.
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