Cancer is promoted by cellular states of electromagnetic de-coherence and can be corrected by ......
donderdag, 13 april 2017 - Categorie: Onderzoeken
April 13, 2017
Cancer is promoted by cellular states of electromagnetic decoherence and can be corrected by exposure
to coherent non-ionizing electromagnetic fields A physical model about cell-sustaining and cell-decaying
Physical and biological evidence has been found for the hypothesis that carcinogenesis fits in a
frequency pattern of electromagnetic (EM) waves, in which a gradual loss of cellular organization occurs.
We find that cancer can be initiated and promoted at typical frequencies of electromagnetic waves
positioned in decoherent soliton frequency zones. In contrast, the generation of cancer features can be
inhibited and retarded by application of coherent soliton frequencies. This hypothesis has been
substantiated by 200 different EM frequency data in 320 different published biomedical studies. All
frequencies, ranging from sub Hz till Peta Hertz, could be normalized into 12 basic beneficial
(anti-cancer) frequencies, and 12 basic detrimental (cancer promoting) frequencies, that exhibit
a deviation from coherency and related geometry. Inhibiting of the cancer process, and even curing
of the disease, could be further considered by exposure to coherent EM fields. Such coherent solitons
frequency zones can, for instance, be implemented in man-made therapeutic radiation technology.
Inhibition and retardation of the cancer process can take place through stabilization of the identified
eigen-frequencies, characteristic for the proper functioning of living cells. The present hypothesis can be
viewed upon as a further elaboration of the theory presented by Fröhlich in 1968 and his postulate that
biological systems exhibit coherent longitudinal vibrations of electrically polar macromolecular structures.
Fröhlich’s condensation of oscillators in vibration modes is usually compared with Bose–Einstein
condensation and phenomena involving macroscopic quantum coherence. At the same time, Davydov
discovered the related principle of longitudinal wave forms called solitons. Solitons with discrete wave
frequencies can induce direct changes in DNA/RNA conformation and/or epigenetic changes, in
addition to perturbation of protein folding and disturbance of intra and intercellular wave
communication that is essential for the health ecology of cells. It is further hypothesized that such
wave energies and eigen-frequencies can be optimally expressed by a toroidal geometry.
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