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BIOLOGICAL CLOCK OF THE EARTH

The teaching-diagnostic map ''Biological clock of the Earth''
 the previous section       the folloving section 6. Biological clock of the Earth
7. Seasonal scheme of Biological clock of the Earth
8. Electromagnetic scheme of Biological clock of the Earth
9. Age scheme of Biological clock of the Earth
10. Chemical elements in Biological clock of the Earth
11. Other analogues of light in Biological clock of the Earth
12. Law of unity and struggle of opposites in Biological clock of the Earth
13. Biological clock of the Earth is oscillating system
14. Law of transformation of quantity to quality in Biological clock of the Earth
15. Time goes backward motion in Biological clock of the Earth
16. Light and function of the blood in Biological clock of the Earth
17. Duration of life according to Biological clock of the Earth

9. Age scheme of Biological clock of the Earth

The seasons and off-seasons in Biological clock of the Earth precisely coincide with the periods of life both in a cycle of human development and plant development (annual and perennial).

Sector 1. Winter. Corresponds to the antenatal period, from the moment of oocyte fertilization up to the moment of birth. In plants it is a time of a seed presence in the Earth ground.

Sector 2. Winter-spring off-season. The moment of birth (transferring from an aquatic habitat into an air habitat) and short, about four months, neonatal period. The sprout has showed up above the ground.

Sector 3. Spring. Corresponds to the period of growth (childhood, adolescence, youth). Plant growth.

Sector 4. Spring-summer off-season. Corresponds to the moment of pubescence and the end of the growth period. Origin of seeds-fruits on a plant.

Sector 5. Summer. Corresponds to the period of maturity of a man, approximately, from 21 up to 30 years. Ripeness of fruits-seeds of a plant.

Sector 6. Summer-autumn off-season. Corresponds to the period of a man transition to the old age at a central nervous system level. Lasts from 31 up to 35 years. Fall of seeds and fruits on the ground in plants.

Sector 7. Autumn. Corresponds to the period of old age of a man. The period of a withering, drying of a plant.

Sector 8. Autumn-winter off-season. Death of a man and plant, change of an air habitat to an electromagnetic one. Human and plant become Light.

We do not consider biochemical conformities of life cycles of a man and plant to the seasons and off-seasons of a year. Here, we are talking about absolutely evident, observable concurrences.

 

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