For readers interested in the science behind traditional therapies
Changlin Zhang, a Chinese-trained physicist who studies the electromagnetic field in human bodies and in other living systems, has more than thirty years experience in medical research in China and Germany. He has published numerous papers in physics, biology, and medical journals in China, Germany, the UK, the U.S., and Switzerland, and he is the editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Physiotherapy and Life Physics. In addition to consulting with private industry medical research firms, he has been a professor of biophysics at Zhejiang University, China, and visiting professor at Siegern University, Germany. Jonathan Heaney has taught physics in independent and international schools in Australia and China since 2007. He holds a bachelor's degree with honors in mechanical engineering, a bachelor's of commerce degree, and a graduate diploma in education from the University of Western Australia. Prior to teaching, Heaney worked as an engineer and as a business analyst. He has practiced Taoist qigong for twelve years.
"Zhang presents proof from the field of natural science and
succeeds in demonstrating that the whole material world does not
exist in disjunction, but is wrapped together, expressed through an
ocean of electromagnetic waves that together determine the
functional courses of all living beings."
--Dr. Gerd Schnack, professor of sports medicine and president of the German Assocation of Preventive Medicine
"No other nonmedical book is as attractive to me as this one.
Before reading it, I could not have imagined that a book about
physics could influence a Chinese medicine practitioner like me so
strongly, yet once I began it was impossible to put this book away
until I had finished."
--Dan Jiang, MMedSci, registered acupuncturist and doctor of TCM in the UK, visiting senior lecturer at Middlesex University, and visiting professor at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine "In Invisible Rainbow, Changlin Zhang not only opens the gates to a scientific understanding of Classical Chinese Medicine, but he also opens doors to break out of the prison of naturalistic paradigms of our Western world, paradigms that reduce man to human capital, human material, and biochemical machine. Medically, the human material has to be kept functioning as long as possible to secure maximum medical and economic profit. As a biophysicist, Zhang opens our eyes to all the invisible, and our ears to all the inaudible reality that surrounds us, which we like to exclude from our views in order to keep our world as easy to control and grasp as we like it."
--Hans-Joachim Hahn, founder and organizer of Professorenforum, an organization of German professors "Many people will enjoy reading this book and benefit from it in various aspects."
--Ruixiang Chen, professor at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine "The author, Professor Changlin Zhang, describes the acu-points and acu-meridians through a physics lens, with vivid language, proficient knowledge, and profound insight into modern physics."
--Guozhen Chen, professor of physics, Dongwu Unviersity, Taiwan