Life at the Cell and Below-Cell Level

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  … on the Association-Induction Hypothesis
(shortly after its publication):

"Thus there must be some very comprehensive and basic principles at the molecular level that underlie and illuminate all the special manifestations of living systems. Ling offers no less than such a general molecular theory of life phenomena."
      Prof. Ralph W. Gerard, Department of Physiology, University of Chicago, Chicago (May 1960)

"At a time when we look forward to the merging of the physical and biological sciences, this is a most stimulating book, distinguished by a bold and inquisitive attitude on the one hand, and careful experimental methods on the other."
       Prof. C. N. Yang, Nobel Laureate in Physics, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton, NJ (April 12, 1961)

"Your book... strikes me as being one of the most important and advanced contributions to the understanding of the structure of the living system which I have seen during the last 10 or 20 years."
       Prof. Lancelot Law Whyte, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England; Stanford University, Berkeley, CA, USA. Author of "The Unitary Principle in Physics and Biology" (London, Creset, New York, Holt, 1949) (March 15, 1963)

"Tour de force and really magnificent...my congratulations on a masterpiece."
       Prof. Douglas Kell, The University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK (comment refers to a subsidiary theory of energy metabolism based on the AI Hypothesis) (Jan 29, 1981)


 
   …on Life at the Cell and Below-Cell Level:

"The work is genuinely revolutionary. The thesis is full of penetrating insights in the inner workings of the cell, offering a dramatic alternative to the "conventional wisdom" of current views. Ling demonstrates that many textbook axioms of cell function are incompatible with evidence and logic, and goes on to produce a richly detailed construct that shows promise of being largely correct. It is both a fascinating read and a monumental contribution to science."
        Prof. Gerald H. Pollack, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA

"Gilbert Ling's new book arrives in perhaps the last hour to provide the true historical aspect of the search for understanding of the living cell... a compact description of all the elements of the Association-Induction Hypothesis with only the most compelling experimental supports behind each component...embedded in an extensive (and to our best knowledge, fully complete) historical background in such a way that despite its scientific authenticity, the volume appears as highly colorful and enjoyable to read."
        Assist. Prof. Tamás Henics, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary; Intercell, Vienna. Austria

"Gilbert Ling, Ph.D. through his lifetime of brilliant research projects, (demonstrates) that present day physiology teaching on the cell's functioning is in error and thus leads to faulty medical paradigms resulting in slow or no progress in disease resolution. (Ling's) keen insight demonstrate(s)... how the cell does function, thereby producing numerous formerly undiscerned phenomena which, when searched for, are found and lead to new and wonderful medical discoveries, such as the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) procedures."
        Perry A. Chapdelaine, Sr., Executive Director/Secretary, The Arthritis Trust, Fairview, TN, USA

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