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The San Francisco Tesla Society
Presents a free presentation by
Mohsen Hourmanesh, D.E.D.
"The Role of Salt & Water In the
Human Metabolism for Optimal Health"
Sunday, October 10, 2004 1 - 5 p.m. at
Banquet Room on 2nd Floor
5160 Geary Blvd. (at 16th Ave.)
San Francisco, California
Mohsen returns to SFTS to discuss anabolic and catabolic interactions, the differing effects of industrial, rock, crystal and sea salt in our diets, and much more.
Mohsen Hourmanesh is an interdisciplinary scientist with interesting synergistic experimental applications expertise in the fields of sustainable environmental design and alternative health modalities. Mo received his B.S. in electrical engineering from Utah State University in 1972. Mo earned an M. Arch. in Passive Solar Design from the University of Texas at Austin in 1977, and went on to receive his Doctorate of Environmental Design from Texas A & M University in 1979.
For over 2 decades Mohsen Hourmanesh has served as an architect and/or consultant on numerous environmentally sustainable design projects including passive solar buildings design, sick building analysis, conversion of municipal solid waste to methane, environmental ordinance development and photovoltaic systems integration for municipal facilities, Mohsen has written numerous articles about passive solar design and effective utilization of biomass as a clean sustainable energy sources.
Born into a fourth generation of herb farmers, Mo also founded and operates the Avicenna Studio for Health Design in Cupertino, California. In his pursuit of optimal health design Mohsen has investigated Avicenna Medicine, Bio-Gas, anaerobic digestion, bio-geometry, Phiometry and Phiologics of optimum health, naturopathic health research, nutropathic health research, naturopathic architecture, nutropathic architecture, the role of pH in bio magnetic and electrical pulse research, radisthesia, enesthisia, synesthesia, the importance of symbiotic relationship in soil and plants on optimum health, Neurotransactivities of optimum health, pain and allergy as the self diagnosis of the regulatory function of the body, Rife technology, PAPIMI research on the vibratory rates of water, PAPIMI research on the vibratory rates of bulbs and other alternative health modalities research.
Parking is available on the
street or for $ 2 per hour in
the garage nearby behind
ROSS Dept. Store.
For more information about the San Francisco Tesla Society, call (415) 820-1451, or visit us online at http://sftesla.org .
PDF Version of our Fall 2004 Newsletter