The Coming Revolution in Wave Biology: An Interview with Dr. Luc Montagnier

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21 aug. 2011

Dit hadden we gemist, maar wel belangrijk

Nobel prize-winning biologist Luc Montagnier has demonstrated the ability of DNA to communicate by low-frequency radio waves, and to impart to water a persisting “nanostructure” which possesses the ability to reconstitute the DNA without the immediate presence of the organism. Here he discusses the implications of this remarkable discovery for the origin of life, the treatment of disease, and the extension of life by organ replication.

Dr. Montagnier is convinced of the role of bacterial and viral infection in a number of chronic and deadly diseases which are not generally considered infectious, including Alzheimer’s, autism, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Emphasizing the importance of the concept of co-infection, he stresses the need for the use of both antibiotics and antiretroviral drugs in the treatment of AIDS, especially in Africa where the level of bacterial co-infection is high. He refutes the “medical dogma” which limits antibiotic treatment to a maximum of three weeks, pointing out that in chronic, low-level infection the emergence of resistant forms of bacteria will be suppressed, not induced, by long-term antibiotic treatment.

The existence of a harmonic signal emanating from DNA can help to resolve longstanding questions about cell development, for example how the embryo is able to make its manifold transformations, as if guided by an external field. If DNA can communicate its essential information to water by radio frequency, then non-material (“ghost”) structures will exist within the watery environment of the living organism, some of them hiding disease signals, and others involved in the healthy development of the organism. Dr. Montagnier is interviewed by Oyang Teng and Laurence Hecht, Editor-in-chief of 21st Century Science & Technology magazine.

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What is Life? A Non-Particle View


“Luc Montagnier’s Revolution in Biology: New Evidence for a Non-Particle View of Life,” by Laurence Hecht (2011)

“DNA Between Physics and Biology,” from a presentation by Luc Montagnier (28 June 2010)

“DNA Waves and Water,” by L. Montagnier, J. Aissa, E. Del Giudice, C. Lavallee, A. Tedeschi, G. Vitiello (23 Dec 2010)

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9 juli 2016

DNA Communicates via Electromagnetic Spectrum

In a most astonishing study conducted by Dr. Luc Montagnier, DNA is shown to communicate through frequencies in the low (LF) and very low (VLF) range of the EM spectrum. The ability for DNA to transfer information, thereby causing nucleotides to arrange in identical structure as the ‘control’ DNA sample in a separate test tube is confirmed. This property of DNA was previously unknown to science.

“The Coming Revolution in Wave Biology: An Interview with Dr. Luc Montagnier”

“Some bacterial and viral DNA sequences have been found to induce low frequency electromagnetic waves in high aqueous dilutions. This phenomenon appears to be triggered by the ambient electromagnetic background of very low frequency. We discuss this phenomenon in the framework of quantum field theory. A scheme able to account for the observations is proposed. The reported phenomenon could allow to develop highly sensitive detection systems for chronic bacterial and viral infections.”

“Evidence has been accumulated on the influence of electromagnetic (em) fields on living organisms. The frequencies of the involved em fields cover different intervals corresponding to the different scales present in the organisms. In the present paper, by referring to recently published experimental results 1, 2, 3, we discuss the appearance of a new property of DNA correlated with the induction of extremely low frequency (ELF) em fields. These fields can be induced by suitable procedures in water dilutions which become able to propagate the information contained in the DNA of the original organisms to other ones.”

“The list of diseases in which EMS have been found (such as Alzheimer, Parkinson, Multiple Sclerosis, various neuropathies, chronic Lyme syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis) indicate clearly that their presence is not limited to diseases known to be of infectious origin: The fact that EMS have been found in diseases not known to be of infectious origin is intriguing, and leads us to seek bacterial or viral factors in these diseases.”

“Montagnier result was the creation of another DNA out of pure water. His team’s series of experiments lack counter experimentation by other teams, but their conclusions would lead us to think of resonance induction as a phenomenon not only confined to acoustic reign.

We can follow from the top image a Montagnier team’s sketch of a sample experiment: two test tubes, one of which contained a tiny piece of bacterial DNA diluted in water at -6 (in fact defined as “-6”), the other contained just pure water ( defined as “water”) , both were surrounded by a weak electromagnetic field of 7Hz through a solenoid.

Eighteen hours later, after DNA amplification using a polymerase chain reaction, as if by magic the DNA was detectable in the test tube containing pure water.

The original DNA sample (-6) had to be diluted many times over for the experiment to work, which might explain why the phenomenon has not been detected before.”

Additionally, it should be noted that DNA exhibits properties of fractal antenna; with the ability to both send and receive information at varying frequencies.

Posted by EMF Refugee at Saturday, July 09, 2016

Dit verhaal van Luc Montagnier laat zien dat DNA kan communiceren via LF elektromagnetische velden (EMV) en er dus ook gevoelig voor is. De consequentie daarvan is hoogst waarschijnlijk dat DNA en de processen waarbij DNA betrokken is, zoals replicatie, ook verstoord kunnen worden door externe LF EMV. En Luc Montagnier is een Nobelprijswinnaar en dat geeft toch wel enig gewicht.

Zie ook, voor kritisch commentaar: .

Hierin is te lezen dat de publicaties van Montagnier op dit gebied met de nodige scepsis zijn ontvangen en controversieel genoemd worden. Dat is begrijpelijk gezien het revolutionaire karakter.
Niet controversieel is het proces van DNA replicatie waarin DNA verdubbeld wordt. Zonder deze replicatie zou celdeling niet mogelijk zijn, zie: .
Van belang daarbij is dat alle biochemische interacties en processen die daarbij optreden in feite bepaald worden door de elektromagnetische potentialen en elektromagnetische wisselwerkingen tussen de moleculen die betrokken zijn bij die processen.
Er zijn op aarde nl. maar vier basiskrachten en wisselwerkingen: de zwakke en sterke kernkrachten die verantwoordelijk zijn voor radioactief verval en voor het bijeenhouden van kernen van atomen, de elektromagnetische krachten en de zwaartekracht. Bij processen op atomair en moleculair niveau, zoals biochemische processen spelen de kernkrachten geen rol en de zwaartekracht een geringe, alhoewel belangrijke (nl. bij botgroei en het voorkomen van osteoporose).
De elektromagnetische krachten en wisselwerkingen zijn derhalve praktisch gezien de enige die van belang zijn voor biochemische processen. Processen als DNA replicatie met alles wat daarbij hoort kan men zien als elektromagnetische communicatie tussen alle betrokken moleculen, met als gevolg juist die replicatie. De stap van deze uiterst gecompliceerde vorm van communicatie naar die beschreven door Montagnier zien we als niet onoverkomelijk.


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