Electromagnetic Signals from Bacterial DNA

Based on the experiments by Montagnier, where nanostructures in water modified by contact (i.e. dilution) with DNA generate specific electromagnetic fields, they explain:

" Our purpose is to theoretically discuss the biophysical sources of these electromagnetic signals. The sources are argued to be due to electronic transitions between energy levels of electrons moving around the bacterial DNA loops."

And they propose that the electromagnetic signals sent from a bacterium to neighboring bacteria (in some modern bacterial communities) can be due to the relatively low frequency quantum electronic transitions of electrons in orbital motion about the DNA loops, when electron moved around the ordered water layers within which the DNA is stored.

Last modified on 15-Mar-16

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