Synergy refers to two or more things functioning together to produce a result not independently obtainable from either alone.
Synergistic components interact in ways that enhance or magnify one or more effects of the others or even create new ones!
Tri-Synergy here refers to 3 elements :
Negatively Charged Ions
Far Infrared Rays
Amethyst Quartz Crystals
This synergy of elements has formed a new modality with interesting cumulative effects.
By combining these 3 Elements, the BioMat has created something innovative in the field of self health therapy.
This unique cutting edge idea has fashioned an original device with the means of restoring the body to its original concept.
What this means is that those elements or persons that cooperate with the flow of each other, benefit more than those who do not. And that often times a new 'element' is created in the process. An extra beneficial SOMETHING that was not there before the combination had been tried.
Synergy usually arises when two or more persons with different complementary skills cooperate. In business, cooperation of people with organizational and technical skills happens very often. In general, the most common reason why people cooperate is that it brings a synergy. On the other hand, people tend to specialize just to be able to form groups with high synergy.
The term synergy
was refined by R. Buckminster Fuller, who analyzed some of its implications more fully and coined the term Synergetics.
He refined it as :
Concept of Synergy in More Detail:
Synergy of various kinds has been advanced by Peter Corning as a causal agency that can explain the progressive evolution of complexity in living systems over the course of time.
According to the Synergism Hypothesis:
synergistic effects have driven cooperative relationships of all kinds and at all levels in living systems.
This thesis, in a nutshell, is that synergistic effects have often provided functional advantages (say economic benefits) in relation to survival and reproduction that have been favored by natural selection. The cooperating parts, elements, or individuals become, in effect, functional “units” of selection in evolutionary change.