General procedure for the identification of DNA sequences generating electromagnetic signals in biological fluids and tissues

A patent by Montagnier and others that establish a method to produce electromagnetic signal positive samples or samples containing nanostructures characteristics of self-replicating molecules like DNA by dilution and agitation, methods of transduction into DNA information or for inducing electromagnetic signals in n originating sample and transducing the electromagnetic signal once induced into a naive receiving sample. And also diagnostic methods based on this concept are proposed.

" (i) Originating and Signalized Samples. Test samples used to produce an electromagnetic signal (EMS) will contain DNA or other replicating biological molecules that can form nanostructures or can be naive samples signalized by EMS transduction to emit EMS or contain nano structures representative of the DNA or other molecule. .."

" To produce a sample that emits detectable EMS, a test sample undergoes dilution, usually serial dilution, and agitation preferably between each serial dilution. A test sample is usually diluted by a factor of 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013 or more. Though any intervening factor of dilution or other degrees of dilution that produce detectable EMS may also be used. .."

" Solutions for dilution and agitation as well as for containing an originating or receiving sample are preferably water, but other aqueous or dipolar solutions may be employed so long as they can provide nanostructures representative of DNA or other replicating molecules or induce detectable EMS when used. .."

" (ii) EMS Transduction. The invention also relates to a method for producing an EMS signature in an aqueous buffer comprising placing an originating (EMS+) sample in an aqueous buffer and a receiving sample not having the EMS signature next to each other inside of an electromagnetically shielded container, applying an electromagnetic field for a time and under conditions sufficient to transfer the EMS signature from the originating sample to the receiving sample. .. The electromagnetic field can be applied to the sample for a time period ranging suficient to produce an EMS signature, for example, from 12 to 24 hrs although other suitable time periods may be selected based on the nature of the sample, the sample dilution and the physical characteristics of the apparatus .. Alternatively, an EMS signature may be imprinted in water or another aqueous buffer by contacting the one or more receiving samples with a recorded or transmitted and optionally amplified EMS signature previously obtained from an originating sample in an aqueous buffer having an EMS signature .."

" (iii) EMS Recording/Transmission. .. The inventors previously discovered that an electromagnetic signal of low frequency (EMS) induced in a water dilution by the DNA of some kinds of bacteria and viruses can be transmitted at a distance into a naive or unsignalized water, aqueous medium or other dipole solution. It has also been discovered that such an EMS corresponding to a particular biomolecule like DNA (i.e., an EMS signature of a particular molecule), can be recorded. .."

" DNA may be reconstituted from its EMS signature. For example, the recorded or remotely transmitted EMS signature of a DNA molecule is input into a soundcard and the output from the soundcard is linked to an amplifier. Amplifier output is connected to a transducer solenoid into which an unsignalized water sample is placed. After a certain time, depending on the type of EMS signature, its intensity and the exposure time, the unsignalized water becomes signalized. In other words, the unsignalized water has memorized the EMS signature of the originating DNA molecule. By use of PCR the originating DNA molecule may be retrieved from the water signalized with its EMS signature."

Last modified on 15-Mar-16

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