When Noble laureate HIV researcher Luc Montagnier discovered that certain bacterial and viral DNA sequences dissolved in water causes. Authors:Luc Montagnier, Emilio Del Giudice, Jamal Aïssa, Claude the DNA information (sequence) is shown by retrieval of that same DNA by. To cite this article: L Montagnier et al J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. Abstract. Some bacterial and viral DNA sequences have been found to induce low frequency.
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Water carrying only the electromagnetic signature of a DNA sequence can make a replica of the sequence out of simple building blocks, Nobel laureate HIV researcher shows. Now, new results from his lab appear to show that the DNA sequence itself dnz be reconstituted from the electromagnetic signal. That has so stunned the scientific community that one prominent supporter was nonetheless moved to remark: Luc Montagnier tells the story that began 10 years ago when he discovered the strange behaviour of a small bacterium, Mycoplasm piruma frequent companion to human immunodeficiency virus HIV infection; and like the HIV, has special affinity for the human lymphocytes white blood cells .
He was trying to separate the bacterium of about nm from the virus particles of about nm using filters of pore size nm and 20 nm, starting with montagbier cultures of the bacterium on lymphocytes. The filtrate solution that went through the filter was sterile, and no bacterium grew in a rich culture medium that would normally support its growth.
Furthermore, polymerase chain reactions PCR based on primers short starting sequences derived from adhesina gene of the bacterium that had been cloned and sequenced, failed to detect any DNA in the filtrate. So, was there some information in the filtrate responsible for directing the synthesis of the bacterium?
That marked the beginning of a long series of investigations on how DNA behaves in water, which led to the discovery that the M. The instrument used to detect the electromagnetic EM signals consists of a solenoid a coil of wire that detects the magnetic component of the waves produced by the DNA solution in a plastic tube as it induces an electric current in the wire.
This current is amplified and analysed in a laptop computer using special software, and the resultant signals plotted out on the computer screen. In summary, ultra-low frequency — 3 Hz electromagnetic EM signals were detected in certain dilutions of the filtrate from cultures of micro-organisms virus, bacteria or from the plasma of humans infected with the same agents. The same results were obtained from their extracted DNA. The EM signals are not linearly correlated with the initial number of bacterial cells before filtration.
In one experiment, the EM signals were similar in suspensions of E. The EM signals are detected only in some high water dilutions of the filtrates; for example, from 10 -9 to 10 in some preparations. In the case of M. Some bacteria do not produce the EM signals at least in the range detected by the instrumentas in the case of probiotic bacteria such as Lactobacillusand also some lab strains of E.
These studies have been extended to viruses, but not all virus families have been investigated.
In general, EM signals are produced by 20 nm filtrates of viral suspensions or from the extracted DNA. In bacteria, however, the EM signals are produced by nm filtrates, and not by the 20 nm filtrates. Although highly purified montsgnier was used, the presence of trace contaminants in the nanostructures cannot be ruled out.
This sensitivity is reduced when dealing with purified short DNA sequences. To produce the EM signals, succession vigorous shaking is necessary, as well as stimulation by montaginer electromagnetic background of very low frequency, either from natural sources ljc Schumann resonances, which start at 7. This fragment was amplified by PCR to bp and bp.
Dilutions of the DNA were made montaagnier the production of EM signals under the ambient electromagnetic background was detected. One of the diluted solutions say, 10 -6which gave a positive signal, was placed in a container shielded by 1 mm think mu-metal an alloy that absorbs EM waves. Close to it, another tube containing pure water was placed. The water content of each tube had been filtered through nm and 20 nm filters and diluted from 10 -2 to 10as for the DNA solution.
A copper solenoid is placed around the tubes and they were exposed to a low intensity electric current oscillating at 7 Hz produced by an external generator.
The magnetic field produced by the external generator is maintained for 18 hours at room temperature. EM signals are then recorded from each tube. At that point, the tube containing pure water also emits EM signals at the dilutions corresponding to those giving positive EMS in the original DNA tube.
This result shows that the EMS carried by the nanostructures in the water originating from the DNA has been transmitted to the pure water in 18 hours.
Now for the most crucial test: To do the test, all the ingredients necessary for synthesizing the DNA by the polymerase chain reaction — nucleotides, primers, polymerase enzyme – were added to the tube with the pure water that had gained the EM signal. The amplification was done under ordinary conditions, and the DNA produced was then run through an agarose gel electrophoresis. A DNA band of the expected size bp was found.
It was 98 percent identical to the sequence of DNA from which the EM signals originated only 2 out of basepairs were different. The experiment was highly reproducible, 12 out of 12 times; and was also repeated with another DNA sequence from the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferithe agent of Lyme disease.
The nanostructures induced by M. Each nanostructure, when in contact with the human lymphocytes, directs the synthesis of the corresponding DNA by the DNA polymerases in the cell.
There is then a certain probability that each piece of DNA recombines within the cell to reconstruct the whole DNA genome of Mycoplasm. From there, the synthesis of the rest of the bacterium — membrane lipids, ribosomes, and proteins — could take place, thanks to the host cells. One single reconstituted Mycoplasm is sufficient to infect the lymphocytes.
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So at monntagnier that step is not impossible. The finding also dovetails with evidence that molecules intercommunicate by electromagnetic signals, which bring them together for biochemical reactions see  The Real Bioinformatics RevolutionSiS However, it raises the fundamental question of how water could store and receive electromagnetic information of such precision that a DNA sequence could be reproduced without a template, which is how it is normally done.
Got something to say about this page? Charles McEwan Comment left 20th July How else may I subscribe? Comment left 20th July I am glad SIS is able to bring forward such information to those of us who like SIS are concerned with the social consequences of such findings. Too often those involved with creating potential alternative futures have no means of entering the relatively private room of pioneering scientists.
It is good to be informed. Michael Godfrey Comment left 20th Monttagnier The latter can then be reconstituted and recycled as infinitum. Jacques Benveniste kontagnier be delighted. They [ublished their extensive work on water memory in a book “Applied biophysics of activated water”. Homeopathy is outstripping allopathy. The science in support of classical homeopathy is much stronger than that in support of allopathy. Perhaps now the “Fourth Element” of the blood is being described in detail.
Our survival as a species mlntagnier depend on homeopathy. Drengot Comment left 9th December Lic hope it montagnler get dismissed or ignored by scientists.
The experiment has got a lot of attention from the media and scorn from the mainstream scientific community, but as of today I can’t see an useful discussion about it anywhere other than on this web page. Dr M Comment left 11th February Mae-Wan Ho and others.
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