Biorhythms – I asked Chat GPT.

I asked Chat GPT about BioRhythms. A subject which always puzzled me and I have Mobile App, read a few books but was not clear about whether it is science or fiction?

1.Who is/are/were the originators of the Biorhythm? 2. Is it an art or a science? 3. I understand there are many well researched books on this subject – I need a list please? 4. Biorhythm calculator watches were available in Japan and U.S.A. few years ago. Are they still availalbl? 5. I understand that a scientific research on “ACCIDENTS” especially Airline, Railways and Public Transport Pilots, Drivers was done in Germany – (supposedly on 400,000 people) is this correct ? If so, why is it still called a pseudoscientific theory?


The origins of Biorhythm can be traced back to the work of Wilhelm Fliess, a German physician and friend of Sigmund Freud. Fliess proposed the concept of “life rhythms” or “biorhythms” in the late 19th century, which he believed were 23-day, 28-day, and 33-day cycles that affected a person’s physical, emotional, and intellectual states.

The concept of biorhythm is generally considered a pseudoscientific theory rather than a science. While some people believe that there is a connection between a person’s biorhythms and their daily life, there is no scientific evidence to support this idea.

There are many books on the subject of biorhythms, but most are based on the same basic principles and lack scientific support. Some examples of books on biorhythms include “The Biorhythm Kit: Plan for the Best Time of Your Life” by Bernard Gittelson, “Biorhythms: A Step-by-Step Guide” by Jeff Mayo, and “Biorhythms: A New Discovery” by Ivan R. Niven.

Biorhythm calculator watches were popular in the 1970s and 1980s, but are not as widely available today. Some websites offer free online biorhythm calculators, and there are also mobile apps that can calculate biorhythms.

While there have been studies on the relationship between biorhythms and accidents, most of these studies are considered to be of poor quality and lacking in scientific rigor

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