Without ‘mass’ living organism cannot be imagined. Gravity is the building block of the universe that acts on ‘mass’ on all time basis. Self gravity in biological mass works (mostly in non-Newtonian state) under secluded condition, especially under buoyed up force of fluids. In the particle hierarchy (sub-atom, atom, molecule, compound, organelles, cells, tissue, organ, organ system, and organism), actions of self gravity get prominence with accumulation of bio-‘mass’ from the level of organelles or cell. Self-Gravity is the force that attempts to compress an object to a point at body’s center of gravity, apart from its interaction with external world as ‘mutual gravity’.
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Biophysics Week from March 7-11, 2016
"Ring in the New Biophysics topic 'SELF GRAVITATION BIO', that primarily based on astrophysical principles at macromolecular, cellular and multi-cellular level onward with accumulation of mass, For functioning of 'self gravity' and 'mutual gravity' As if 'planet within planet' situation, on maintaining self gravity's free fall condition via seclusion from stronger extrinsic planetary gravity through buoyant force of extra-ordinary quantity of fluids, & Ring out 'all outdated concepts' in Life sciences for real breakthrough in space and terrestrial life sciences to explore options, manage solutions and optimize results for better management of health and well being of the living bodies …..".
Dr. I.R.Bhattacharjee, a farm scientist of Assam Agricultural University developed concept of intrinsic gravity in biology on long tiring effort of more than fifty years. As per concept, similar to astrophysical bodies like star, sun, earth, moon etc.; the force of self gravity operates in every living organism. Literatures on biological science were so far silent in this regard. Hence it is considered as one of the most path breaking concept in life science and named as ‘Self gravitation bio’ in 2008. Dr. Bhattacharjee developed the concept on deep understanding of nature including living world, mostly through self-regulated learning on cross-disciplinary subjects, without formal schooling in various disciplines of science.