Discovery of motion based communication between the unicellular micro-organisms “Paramecium” by using artificial intelligence techniques

" The classification results and network configurations indicate that there is a high possibility of electromagnetic based communication (approx. 80%) between the microorganisms produced by their characteristic motional behaviours. This conclusion has been made by our proposed interdisciplinary methods and also confirmed by vectorial motion graph."

It can be considered that multicellular organism also, apart from electromagnetic emissions in the visual range [1] possibly they can transmit information in non-visual range electromagnetic wavelengths based on bodies movement (somewhat like the idea presented in this paper) for example in [2] (pag. 24-25) it can be viewed how bees can use body movement generated EMF to signalize food direction and distance.

Moreover, in respect to Paramecium an electromagnetic interaction between neighbors is already found [3] in an experimental design in which this communication effect disappeared when inner cuvettes were shielded by graphite, known to absorb electromagnetic energy from microwaves to light.

[1] EMMIND › Endogenous Fields & Mind › Biophotons › Biophotons - Various

[2] Warnke, U. (2009). ’Bees, birds and mankind: destroying nature by ‘electrosmog’–Effect of wireless communication technolgies’. Brochure series by the competence initiative for the protection of humanity, environment and democracy, brochure, 1.

[3] Fels, D. (2017). Endogenous physical regulation of population density in the freshwater protozoan Paramecium caudatum. Scientific reports, 7(1), 13800.

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