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04/09/16

• "Biorhythms" relationship with 24 hours clock

I received this query today, and am also posting this on Facebook and via Twitter. Please leave comments, ideas and references

• I am interested in biorhythms. Yesterday, I had a intellectual high, but I feel it may have ended at about 5pm. Do you think there is any way of calcuating when a peak is reached exactly?

Some people say yes: I don't know. But those who do say the noticeable ebbing is calculated around either the time of day you were born (if you know it?) or dusk on the biorhythm day you are relating to day

Either could be plausible and I will try and dig you up the references I have seen regarding this.  This idea was looked at in the 1930s and 1970s, and presumably later

Let's look at it again and see if someone comes up with anything.  As I am catching up after the holidays it might take a week or so to seek the references, but a US Safety expert called Andersen (1970s) and Alfred Teltscher (1930s) come instantly to mind

I am going to put this up on The Biorhythm Research page and see what input arises.    I'll also put it on Facebook.  Who knows what others know (or question?)   If you would like to be names then do let me know.  I assume anonymity as step 1

• As I was born around 8pm, the idea that the peak finishes at dusk would explain what happened yesterday. I will continue to look into it with my own peaks and troughs

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