To view this page, you should have the most recent Java installed
32-bit JRE (Java Runtime Environment) 1.8.0_11.
This Applet will run online in your browser, but it is a hybrid you
can also download, install and run it on your own machine as standalone
application. It will start and run faster if you do that. It will also
work safely even if you have disabled Java in your browser.
Enter your birthdate and this Applet and it will calculate your biorhythms. It
computes your 23-day physical, 28-day emotional, 33-day intellectual and combined cycles.
The combined cycle is sometimes called the luck cycle. The theory of biorhythms is when
the cycles are positive/high you will have high energy. When they are negative/low you
will have low energy. When they are zero or critical, you will have unstable energy. The
Biorhythm Calculator is also available with Java source to download.
Java Requirements and Troubleshooting
If, Bio, the above Biorhythms Calculator signed Java Applet (that can also be run as an application) does not work…
Often problems can be fixed simply by clicking the reload button on your browser.
This signed Java Applet (that can also be run as an application) needs 32-bit or 64-bit Java 1.7 or later.
For best results use the latest 1.8.0_11.
In the Java Control Panel, configure medium security to allow vanilla unsigned applets to run.
It works under any operating system that supports Java e.g. W2K/XP/W2003/Vista/W2008/W7-32/W7-64/W8-32/W8-64/W2012/Linux/LinuxARM/LinuxX86/LinuxX64/Ubuntu/Solaris/SolarisSPARC/SolarisSPARC64/SolarisX86/SolarisX64/OSX
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For this Applet hybrid to work, you must click grant/accept to give it permission to allow logo images to be displayed.
If you refuse to grant permission, the program may crash with an inscrutable stack dump on the console complaining about AccessController.checkPermission.
If the above Applet hybrid appears to freeze-up, click Alt-Esc repeatedly to check for any buried permission dialog box.
If you have certificate troubles, check the installed certificates and remove or update any obsolete or suspected defective certificates. The only certificate used by this program is mindprodcert2014dsa.cer.
Especially if this Applet hybrid has worked before, try clearing the browser cache and rebooting.
To ensure your Java is up to date, check with Wassup. First, download it and run it as an application independent of your browser, then run it online as an Applet to add the complication of your browser.
If the above Applet hybrid does not work, check the Java console for error messages.
If the above Applet hybrid does not work, you might have better luck with the downloadable version available below.
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If it is not, try reinstalling the Java JRE.
If you have Windows 7 64-bit
and Internet Explorer 64-bit,
in theory you can use 64-bit Java,
but I never been able to get it to work.
Try upgrading to a more recent version of your browser, or try a different browser e.g. Firefox, SeaMonkey, Safari or Avant.
If you still can’t get the program working click HELP for more detail.
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A biorhythm is an established scientific discipline, the computerized study of
biological clocks — the built-in natural cycles that exert a powerful influence
on our behaviour. Calculating your biorhythms does not predict your
future. It does help to explain how you deal with what life has in
store for you. Because scientists have found that your biological clock is set into
motion the moment you are born, your personal biorhythm chart is based on your date of
~ Bernard GittelsonBiorhythm — A Personal Science,
Then there are those that say biorhythms are http://skepdic.com/biorhyth.htmlpseudoscientific
hooey. I tend to fall in this camp myself. I find it hard to imagine the human clock
would stay in sync that accurately life long when it can’t even get the menstrual
cycle that regular which has the moon to help it stay in sync. Then again some fish and
corals have extremely accurate internal clocks.
An Explanation of this Chart
When a rhythm is at a high level (top), a person
will be able to perform better for activities related to that high rhythm. Conversely,
when a rhythm is low (bottom), it may be more difficult to carry out activities related
to the low rhythm. When 2 or 3 rhythms reach a low or high together, the effect is
stronger than for separate highs or lows. Crossing the middle line is regarded as a
critical or potentially unstable
To install, extract the zip download with WinZip,
(or similar unzip utility) into any directory you please,
often J:\ — ticking off the
use folder names option.
To check out the corresponding source from the Subversion repository, use the TortoiseSVN repo-browser to access bio source in repository with [Tortoise] Subversion client on wush.net/svn/mindprod/com/mindprod/bio/.
After you have installed the jar, you can run it as an application. Type:
java -jar J:\com\mindprod\bio\bio.jar
adjusting as necessary to account for where the jar file is.
Biorhythms Calculator is free. Full source included.
You may even include the source code, modified or unmodified
in free/commercial open source/proprietary programs that you write and distribute. Non-military use only.