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Antennas in Nature

DNA
The mainstream science community spends billions for researching a method for building a quantum computer and yet it already exist in every cell of our body: Our DNA is a quantum computer, as Stuart Hameroff proved.

And the DNA is not only a computer, it’s also able to receive and send on a specific bandwidth. DNA is a antenna!

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Some parts of the code in the DNA is blocked and cannot be read. But under certain electromagnetic influences this parts gets unlocked and they can be read and then something change in the organism. In nature all organism communicates on different ways. One of the most astonishing ways is the electromagnetic broadcasting network which exist before humans even knows about the existence of radio signals. This invisible world of communication is similar to the biophotonic communication of plants and microorganism.

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Today we have fractal antennas in our mobile phones. The fractal design of antennas enables to build them very small and they become even more powerful. DNA is a fractal construct too and it’s ability as an antenna exceed even that of the man made fractal antennas. Antennas in mobile phones are controlled electronically by enabling and disabling certain parts of the fractal design, permitting to switch channel and frequency. The microscopic design of the DNA is even more powerful. It’s able to do that on a quantum mechanical way. So try to overtop this!

Bacteria
I would really like to know what they talk about all the time. I mean bacterias sends signals around 1 kilohertz, what do they communicate on this bandwidth? “Hey John, how are you?” … “Jo man, I fine. How are your kids?” … “Thanks, they playing around, replicating themselves, you know, the usual.” According to research presented by Northeastern University physicist Allan Widom, based on existing knowledge of DNA and electrons, bacteria can indeed communicate. But I would love to know what they say.

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Brain
Neurobiologists find that weak electrical fields in the brain help neurons fire together.

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Pasadena, Calif.—The brain—awake and sleeping—is awash in electrical activity, and not just from the individual pings of single neurons communicating with each other. In fact, the brain is enveloped in countless overlapping electric fields, generated by the neural circuits of scores of communicating neurons. The fields were once thought to be an “epiphenomenon” similar to the sound the heart makes—which is useful to the cardiologist diagnosing a faulty heart beat, but doesn’t serve any purpose to the body, says Christof Koch, the Lois and Victor Troendle Professor of Cognitive and Behavioral Biology and professor of computation and neural systems at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

Heart
Our heart generates a electromagnetic signal which can be received by other humans over a certain distance. In a certain way what we know as “intuition” may have a scientific explainable background. Do you know the feeling of “atmosphere” entering a room full of people? And do you know the strange feeling in the moment when this “atmosphere” change? Sometimes it change without apparent reason, no visible or audible trigger. But through the electromagnetic signals which a heart of a human emits a whole group can be affected. This is the case when negative or positive thoughts and feelings overflow, resulting in specific electromagnetic signals literally from the heart.

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Body
Do you know acupuncture? Did you know that our body has the ability to store electrostatic energy? Some of this energy is a kind of memory in our body. Not only our brain stores information, it’s the whole body which acts as a dynamic database. The acupuncture therapists explains that lifeforce or “qi” flows through specific pathways (meridians) in our body. Some of this pathways forms crosspoints on the surface and can be manipulated by needles. This is what is done in acupuncture, some energy is released, some is diverted and sometimes heat is applied on this acupuncture points. Acupuncture points can also be stimulated with light (laser) or electricity.

Some therapists claims that they are able to perceive a “aura“, a kind of field around the human body. This field has some quality which can be described with form and color. So the question is: Does our body act as antenna as a whole?

Plants
The Venus suntrap can snap shut with the tactile arrival of its insect prey. But how far has this communicative process gone? George Washington Crile believed that not only do plants communicate between themselves by means of electromagnetic signals, and that this can be demonstrated experimentally, but that they are also sensitive to non-plant life should it approach them. He further claimed in his 1926 book The bipolar theory of living processes and in another ten years later entitled The phenomena of life: a radio-electrical interpretation that plants, once programmed by experience, were sentient about even the subtle intentions of the approaching fauna. This stretches the imagination and belief of any self-respecting [mainstream] scientist (Crile, 1926).

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Planet Earth
Our little blue planet does not only deliver us with life enabling environment, but also with powerful electromagnetic generator which vibrates at a rate of 7 Hz. Schumann resonances are global electromagnetic resonances, excited by lightning discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere. This frequency of 7 Hz seems to be a fundamental EM stimulant for all life forms, like Montagnier demonstrated with his experiments with DNA and water memory. It enables communication on the electromagnetic level.

Related Links:
- DNA could act as an antenna in electromagnetic communications
- Neurobiologists Find that Weak Electrical Fields in the Brain Help Neurons Fire Together
- Bacteria on the Radio: DNA Could Act as Antenna
- There’s No Such Thing as a ‘Simple’ Organism
- Electrical conduction system of the heart
- The secret electromagnetic life of plants

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Morphic Fields and Morphic Resonance

Morphic field
Morphic field” is a term introduced by Rupert Sheldrake. He proposes that there is a field within and around a “morphic unit” which organizes its characteristic structure and pattern of activity. According to Sheldrake, the “morphic field” underlies the formation and behaviour of “holons” and “morphic units“, and can be set up by the repetition of similar acts or thoughts. The hypothesis is that a particular form belonging to a certain group, which has already established its (collective) “morphic field”, will tune into that “morphic field“. The particular form will read the collective information through the process of “morphic resonance“, using it to guide its own development. This development of the particular form will then provide, again through “morphic resonance“, a feedback to the “morphic field” of that group, thus strengthening it with its own experience, resulting in new information being added (i.e. stored in the database). Sheldrake regards the “morphic fields” as a universal database for both organic (living) and abstract (mental) forms.

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That a mode of transmission of shared informational patterns and archetypes might exist did gain some tacit acceptance when it was proposed as the theory of the collective unconscious by renowned psychiatrist Carl Jung. According to Sheldrake, the theory of “morphic fields” might provide an explanation for Jung’s concept as well. Also, he agrees that the concept of akashic records, term from Vedas representing the “library” of all the experiences and memories of human minds (souls) through their physical lifetime, can be related to “morphic fields“, since one’s past (an akashic record) is a mental form, consisting of thoughts as simpler mental forms (all processed by the same brain), and a group of similar or related mental forms also have their associated (collective) “morphic field“. (Sheldrake’s view on memory-traces is that they are non-local, and not located in the brain.)

Morphic resonance
Essential to Sheldrake’s model is the hypothesis of morphic resonance. This is a feedback mechanism between the field and the corresponding forms of morphic units. The greater the degree of similarity, the greater the resonance, leading to habituation or persistence of particular forms. So, the existence of a morphic field makes the existence of a new similar form easier.

Sheldrake proposes that the process of morphic resonance leads to stable morphic fields, which are significantly easier to tune into (like a path).

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