The paper proposes that mind, through electromagnetic fields that it generates, can cause alterations in the DNA methylation patterns and induce abnormal brain gene expression.
Depression or lifetime experiences can alter DNA structure in the brain and therefore lead to mood disorders. To see this first addresses the importance of epigenetics, describes its principles, and show various experimental results of the nongenomic alterations of gene expression both through the alteration of DNA methylation and the subsequent silencing of gene expression or through physical changes in DNA packaging into histones.
Secondly it review a theory by Gariaev et al. [a theory with which the author of this web does not have a full affinity right now] that proposed DNA as a holographic EM fields reader where chromosome apparatus acts simultaneously both as a source and receiver, as only 3% of human DNA encodes the physical body and in the remaining 3 billion base pair genome there is over a million genetic structures called transposons that have the capacity to jump from one chromosomal location to another.
It's interesting the description that the authors do of how bioholography model of human-being is formed at the moment of conception, refering to another investigation where it is found that at the moment of ovulation there is a shift in the electrical fields of the body of the woman:The sperm is negative with respect to the egg, and when the sperm and egg unite, the membrane around the egg becomes hyperpolarized, shutting out other sperm.
This can be described as the moment when the electromagnetic entity is formed.
They describe psychogenetic, how focused attention during creative moments evoke immediate early gene protein cascades to optimize brain growth, mind-body communication, and healing. Those early genes function as mediators of information transduction between psychological experience, behavioral states, and gene expression.
Mental health as part of the global epigenetic picture can alter our gene expression as various researchers found that chronic social stress can cause chromatin changes in genes in the brain’s nucleus accumbens and hippocampus, and alternatively that beneficial meditation practices can change gene expression and our response to stress.
Finally it describes Montagnier experiments that show that DNA can send spooky electromagnetic imprints of itself into distant cells and fluids, suggesting that DNA emits low-frequency electromagnetic waves which imprint the structure of the molecule onto the water.
Last modified on 20-Mar-16