In this experimental procedure, authors describe a method where when a sample of DNA in diluted water is immersed within a electromagnetic ambient field (extremely low frequencies of 7 Hz and above, that is the starting point for the Schumann Resonance frequencies and also a characteristic brain-waves frequency) provoke that this sample, in a high diluted water, produces endogenous electromagnetic fields at 500-3000 Hz, that is suggestive that one is dealing with nanostructures made of water, an isolated single gene or a short sequence (for example 104 base pairs) can provoke also that electromagnetic signal (EMS), a summary of the technical conditions to the induction of EMS are:
In subsequent experiments they transmit information to a pure distilled water, placing the two samples (the original dilution of DNA) and the new one (pure water) in the same electromagnetically isolated cage where undergoing a 7 Hz generated EMF. With this method, after some time, the pure water sample also generates an electromagnetic signal (of 500-3000 Hz) like the original. In posterior experiments they go one step further:
" At this point the most critical step was undertaken, namely to investigate the specificity of the induced water nanostructures by recreating from them the DNA sequence. For this all the ingredients to synthesize the DNA by polymerase chain reaction (nucleotides, primers, polymerase) were added to the tube of signalized water. The amplification was performed under classical conditions (35 cycles) in a thermocycler. The DNA produced was then submitted to electrophoresis in an agarose gel. The result was that a DNA band of the expected size of the original LTR fragment was detected. It was further verified that this DNA had a sequence identical or close to identical to the original DNA sequence of the LTR. In fact, it was 98 % identical (2 nucleotide difference) out of 104. This experiment was found to be highly reproducible (12 out of 12) and was also repeated with another DNA sequence from a bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi, the agent of Lyme disease."
So water nanostructures and their electromagnetic resonance can memorize DNA information. A possibility is that coherent domains in water (of about 100 nm) are the refereed nanoestructures .
Last modified on 15-Mar-16