DNA DISRUPTION IN VIRUSES AND ANIMALS

BY THE USE OF SPECIFIC FREQUENCIES OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION WHICH MATCH THE RESONANCE FREQUENCIES OF THE DNA SECTION WHEN THE DNA SECTION IS CONSIDERED AS AN ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE ANTENNA STRUCTURE

By Gary Wade, Physicist, 12 / 29 / 02

OVERVIEW FOR THE LAYMAN - In this article the fact that the most common form of DNA ( B-DNA) is electrically conductive is used to show that viral, bacterial, and animal (human) DNA can be thought of and used as tuned "radio" antennas. For example by choosing the proper frequency of light to match a resonance frequency of the length of DNA in a virus, the oscillating electric field of the light can induce an electric current from the virus DNA ends (field emission). This field emission can damage the virus DNA end segments and surrounding protein structures and thereby make the virus non-infective. When considering human DNA gene sets as tuned antenna, specific frequencies in the microwave range can be used at relatively low power levels for short time intervals to open up specific gene sets. This allows for resetting of genetic age clocks (restoring telomeres on chromosome ends), reversal of some genetic defects, and total tissue repair (opening up some fetal gene sequences), even from traumatic damage such as amputations and brain and spinal cord damage. (Note: you can now print out the figures in Landscape mode--Ed 1/30)

THE TECHNICAL DETAILS

DNA when it is in the B–DNA form, the DNA form normally found in abundance in plants and animals, is known to be an electrical conductor along its core. It is not as good a conductor as a metal, more comparable to that of a semi-conductor or conductive polymer (ref. 1,2,3). This electrical conductivity allows us to consider a B–DNA strand of a fixed length as a "tuned" antenna. The length of the viral DNA is rather short, the great majority ranging from around 2,000 to 200,000 DNA base pairs in length, depending on the particular virus under consideration. Figure 1A illustrates a graphically linearized version of a very simple DNA virus, where the DNA length S has been chosen as the half wavelength (S = 1/2 Y) resonant antenna for an applied oscillating electromagnetic field of frequency (F). Figure 1B shows a more realistic graphical illustration of this simple virus where the DNA strand of length S is complexed with a protein coat in the form of a coil. The coiled DNA has both inductance and capacitance that will effect the resonant frequency and wave speed of/on the DNA coil. However, for our purposes the coiled B-DNA to a first approximation acts electrically essentially like a straight antenna of length S as depicted in Figure 1A. For our purposes, since the (LC) resonance phenomenon does not reduce the field emission, but only shifts the frequency at which it occurs at most efficiently, we will therefore ignore the inductance and capacitance of the virus coiled DNA. The applied resonant electric field (specific frequency of light), if of high enough intensity, will drive the DNA core electrons back and forth to a voltage / electric field amplitude at the DNA strand ends, such that electrons are emitted at the ends of the DNA by a process similar to the well known phenomenon of field emission from the surface of a metal point.

Field emission from a metal point is a very non-linear process in terms of the electric field (goes as the square of the electric field) and the electric field is approximately proportional to the inverse fourth power of the radius of curvature of the point of emission. The radius of curvature of the DNA conductive core is only ~ 3 angstroms and a relatively modest applied electromagnetic field intensity should, in a resonance situation, induce large amplitude electric fields at the DNA strand ends. Since the DNA core has a much lower density of conduction electrons than a metal core would have, the field emission probability of the emission (quantum tunneling) of an electron approaching the DNA strand end should significantly increase because there will be a greatly reduced image charge potential barrier. From these conditions we can surmise the strong possibility of substantial electron field emission from DNA strand ends under the above stated conditions. Furthermore, if these emitted electrons have acquired enough kinetic energy they can denature and/or destroy the chemical bonds of DNA coating proteins as well as disrupting any chemical structure in the local area. Also, in this protein damaging process, damage to the end DNA base pairs can be expected. In other words, a DNA strand exposed to its resonant electromagnetic frequency at adequate intensity should in short order become non-functional as a viable virus DNA to infect a host. This proposed phenomenon lends great support to some forms of light or color therapy, which have been persecuted by orthodox pharmaceutical driven allopathic medicine for eighty plus years now.

 

Equation 1 is the universal relationship between wavelength (Y), frequency (F), and wave propagation velocity (V) for all wave phenomenon.

 

V = Y F ; Equation 1.

For some wave phenomena V is frequency dependent. However, in our interested area it should be a near constant value. Considering the DNA strand of Figure 1A as a half wave antenna (S = Y/2) and putting Y in terms of S into equation 1 we obtain:

 

F = ( V ) / 2S ; Equation 2.

 

The DNA strand of Figure 1A could just as well have been considered as a full wave antenna (Y = S), a three half wave antenna ( Y = 2S / 3 ), a two wave antenna ( Y = S / 2 ), etc.. Equation 2 is a special case of the general equation describing the possible resonance frequencies that the DNA antenna can support, namely Equation 3.

 

F = NV / 2S ; where N = 1,2,3, … Equation 3.

 

Figures 2 A, B, C, and D illustrates N = 1, 2, 3, and 4 of equation 3, where the curves represent the boundary envelope for the maximum value that the oscillating voltage reaches at each point along the DNA strand. For example, consider the point C on the DNA strand of Figure 2A. In Figure 3, the voltage point C is plotted verses time for the situation depicted in Figure 2A. The plot of the voltage verses time for any point along the DNA strand looks like Figure 3, except the maximum amplitude varies from point to point. The voltage at a point on the DNA in one envelope oscillates 180 degrees out of phase with the voltage at a point in the adjacent envelope. If the DNA strand of Figures 2A, B, C, and D are exposed to "light" frequencies, which are somewhat off the resonance frequencies given by Equation 3, standing waves will still be formed on the DNA strand similar to those illustrated in Figures 2A, B, C, and D. However, the maximum voltage amplitude on the DNA ends will decrease significantly with increasing frequency shift off the resonance frequencies.

The virus illustrated in Figures 1A and Figure B are very simple and do not have the commonly observed lipid covered protein capsid coat of many common viruses that infect animals and plants. Just such a common virus is illustrated in Figure 4. The virus of Figure 4 looks a great deal different than the virus of Figure 1. However, to a first approximation it is only the length of the DNA segment that is dominate in determining the resonance frequency. The shape of the DNA strand is not too critical in most cases. An example of a good exception to this would be a lambda bacteriophage. In the lambda bacteriophage the DNA is very tightly packed under high compression into a many turned and layered coil which has significant inductance and capacitance. Also, the electrical conductivity could be significantly increased do to the high compression of and highly restricted movement of the lambda DNA in its capsid.

Let us use Equation 3 and some possibly reasonable values for V, S, and N to obtain approximate electromagnetic frequency ranges that could disrupt or destroy some virus. Let our virus of interest have a DNA strand of 20,000 DNA base pairs. The average length per base pair in B-DNA is 3.4 angstroms (an angstrom equals ten to the minus ten meters). This implies that the DNA strand length (S) is 6.8 microns. Let us guesstimate that V is .9 the speed of light.

Let N = 1, 2, 3, and 4. Then:

 

F = N ( 1.98 x 10 exp.13 sec.-1) , Equation 4.

F1 = 1.98 x 10 exp.13 sec.-1 ----------------------- Y1 = 15.113 microns

F2 = 3.97 x 10 exp.13 sec.-1 ----------------------- Y2 = 7.5565 microns

F3 = 5.95 x 10 exp.13 sec.-1 ------------------------ Y3 = 5.0377 microns

F4 = 7.94 x 10 exp.13 sec.-1 ----------------------- Y4 = 3.7783 microns

 

All of these resonance frequencies / wavelengths are in the infrared band range. If we had chosen a virus of 2,000 DNA base pairs, then the wavelengths would have been ten times smaller.

Y1 = 1.51 microns ( top of infrared band )

Y2 = .7556 microns ( Very top of infrared band )

Y3 = .5037 microns ( green light )

Y4 = .3778 microns ( bottom of ultraviolet band )

 

These results are potentially rather significant because there are many. many viruses that have DNA bases pair counts in the 2,000 to 20,000 and beyond range which cause serious health problems / diseases in people for which we currently have no viable treatments. We now have available tunable lasers, which can cover the top of the infrared band through the visible band into the ultraviolet band. These tunable lasers can be used to treat the blood directly or can be used in intense pulse scanning mode to treat the surface tissue and at depth in some cases. It is necessary to use a relatively narrow band of frequencies (specific color) to efficiently and effectively destroy the virus. If broad spectra light (i.e. white light) is used, the conduction electrons in the B-DNA core see the composite random oscillating electric field from all the different colors (frequencies) and will not form a strong resonant or near resonant electrical oscillation that is required to destroy the virus by the method discussed above. There are also very strong light sources commercially available, which produce frequency bands from the infrared through the ultraviolet. With appropriate filtering of these light sources, a viable whole body treatment modality can be envisioned. It is also conceivable to fire or cook into certain ceramics, certain molecules and mono atomic elements to obtain narrow band electromagnetic frequency emissions from the ceramics upon raising them to the appropriate temperature and then filtering out what is not wanted. It is even conceivable to "filter" infrared light from a very intense blackbody source to be used in treatment.

What we have been considering here for treatment on humans can of course be used on animals and plants in general. We can even imagine protecting one cell plants and animals as well as bacteria from viral attack by the use of specific frequencies of electromagnetic fields. Also, we may wish to wonder about finding the resonant frequencies for the chromosome DNA of certain bacteria. Can we disrupt or denature the chromosomal and or plasmid DNA of bacteria using resonant standing wave electromagnetic radiation? For example, imagine a bacterial plasmid that codes for an enzyme that destroys some anti-biotic. If this plasmid has a short electrically non-conductive segment such as Z-DNA, then the above used antenna formula can be used to destroy the plasmid. Imagine a small room (chamber) where a patient would stand in their nature suit bathed in all directions by a light as brilliant as the sun, but of only a very narrow frequency range (a specific color). Thirty seconds in the room and you go home just fine.

Now that you are familiar with the concept of various virus DNA lengths being treated as a tuned antenna, let us extend the concept to the chromosome size scale. Research has shown that the relaxed chromosome in the cell nucleus can be considered as a series of genes and gene sets sequences each gene set to be read all together or not at all. These gene sets are often separated/partitioned from each other by combinations of promoter and blocker proteins and or Z-DNA segments. Z-DNA is generally formed and maintained by the interaction between specific short DNA base pair sequences and certain ion complexes. Z-DNA is not electrically conductive and acts like an insulator separating two B-DNA conductors. Z-DNA effectively partitions chromosome B-DNA into a set of tuned antennas. Furthermore, the proteins that complex to the surface of the chromosome undoubtedly affect the electrical conductivity of that local B-DNA base pair sequence or region. In some cases the conductivity may increase and in others it may decrease. In some cases this B-DNA region may gain significant resistance even to the point of becoming effectively non-conductive. Also, at any one moment there are often many B-DNA transcription enzymes at work on a single chromosome transcribing gene sequences.

The transcription enzyme splits the DNA at its location into two separate single DNA base sequence strands during transcription and therefore stops electrical conductivity at this location. Figures 5 shows a small section of chromosome which illustrates the situation just described. So, it should be clear that the chromosomes could be considered as a set of both isolated and coupled tuned antennas as illustrated in Figure 6, where only the electrical properties of the chromosome are dwelt upon. The tuned antennas of the chromosome illustrated in Figure 6 are generally much longer in length than those of viruses and therefore have fundamental resonance frequencies considerably lower. Namely in the low gigahertz range. For example, when the cell phone companies say / claim that there is no scientific proof that cell phone use is harmful, they lie. It has been known since the 1960’s that R.F. in the 1 gigahertz range can cause chromosome damage and breakage. It was originally proposed to use this fact to study the phenomena of chromosome damage and breakage. The next time you use a cell phone ask yourself: Do I feel lucky ? Well, do you feel lucky? Well, do you?

There are potentially great benefits available from exposing animal cells to specific sets of microwave frequencies for brief time intervals at the appropriate intensities. Various gene sets can be opened up with phenomenal results. For example, resetting the telomere " time " clocks in cells giving people vastly extended youthfulness, reversing genetic diseases, and completely repairing massive body tissue damage such as spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, organ damage, and amputations. As bold as the above statements may seem, their truth or validity is easy to see when you consider a few facts and observations. First, consider fetal development, the fetus develops out of a fertilized egg in a totally genetically orchestrated/programmed fashion just like clockwork. Large numbers of gene sequences are expressed and then shut down usually not to be expressed again during the individual’s normal lifetime. Note that fetuses have been operated on in the womb, and when born have no scaring evident, i.e. complete tissue repair. This ability is shut down sometime before birth. Just as your development to birth is genetically programmed, your death is also. As you age with the need for continuous cell division for tissue repair and maintenance, you loose telomeres on the ends of each of the chromosomes of the dividing cells. As this process proceeds the length of the telomeres get shorter and shorter and the cell division rate continually decreases to the point that health can not be maintained and you die. Experimentally from tissue regeneration experiments done with salamanders and rats( Dr. Robert Becker’s work) it is known that amputated limbs of mammals can be re-grown (ref. 4). That is total tissue regeneration. Cells were made to become embryonic-like (de-differentiation) and then to multiply and then differentiate into all the needed body cell types to reform the missing amputated limb. In this process gene sequences that had been shut down to be never accessed again were opened up and expressed and apparently the chromosomes did not initially suffer telomere shorting.

Analyses of Becker’s work shows that it is the drastic change in the concentration of positively charged metal ion complexes in the cell cytoplasm surrounding the chromosomal DNA that causes the dedifferentiation of cell structure (ref. 5). In the re-growing of rat arms, it was the exposure of the cells at the amputation site to feeble negative electric currents that formed high hydroxyl ion concentrations around the amputation site, which attracted the positively charged metal ions into the region. This high hydroxyl ion concentration brought in high positive metal ion concentrations to mask the excess negative hydroxyl ion charge. Also, hydrogen ions were neutralized and chlorine ions were "forced" out of the region (significantly depleted). The cells in this region being bathed in a high PH and high positive metal ion concentration, are moved into another internal (cytoplasm) dynamic equilibrium positive metal ion concentration state in which the various positive metal ion concentrations are greatly increased and their concentration ratios significantly changed. These metal ion complexes interact with both DNA binding proteins and with specific ion complexes on specific DNA base pair sequences to either form and or undo Z-DNA short segments at the beginning of some gene sets. For the DNA reader enzymes to express the information in a gene sequence set it has to mount onto a specific promoter protein which is wrapped onto a specific sequence of B-DNA at the beginning of a gene sequence set. The promoter protein in turn needs the blocker protein which commonly share their binding DNA sequence site removed from the site, so as to allow the promoter protein to move to the proper exact DNA base pair sequence for the DNA reader enzyme mounting of the promoter protein and DNA transcription to begin. The blocker proteins are usually removed by other proteins sent from other gene sequences being read in the cell nucleus. If the promoter protein is being blocked by its needed specific base pair sequence being in the Z-DNA configuration, then this Z-DNA must be converted to the B-DNA configuration for the gene set transcription to begin.

So, we have a situation in which it is empirically known that positive metal ion concentrations in the cell nucleus can drastically alter the access and expression of gene sequence sets. Now how do these positive metal ion complexes, which interact / complex with: 1) DNA directly, 2) with negative ion complexes complexed with DNA, and 3) DNA’s complexed proteins, interact to open up specific gene sequence sets? Consider a Z-DNA sequence blocking the binding site of a promoter protein and therefore blocking DNA reader enzyme transcription activity. By significantly changing the ionic environment at the Z-DNA site, the Z-DNA can be converted to the B-DNA form and the promoter protein can move into the site and bind with it and then the reader enzyme can start transcription. One simple way to modify the ionic environment is to apply a significant oscillating electric field at the Z-DNA location. This is easily done by exposing the electrically conductive B-DNA segment, in which the Z-DNA is at one or both of the antenna end points of, to one of the antennas’ resonant frequencies. The oscillating voltage induced in the antenna will be at a maximum at the antenna ends, the Z-DNA location. Once the oscillating voltage/electric field strength at the antenna end goes over some minimum value it will be the dominate field determining ion concentrations in the region and whether or not ion complexes will complex with the Z-DNA. Specifically, an oscillating electric field suppresses complexing of ion complexes with DNA and therefore suppresses Z-DNA formation and opens up Z-DNA blocked gene sequence sets for transcription. Care must be taken not to build to strong of a resonant voltage/electric field on the antenna end region to avoid DNA damage. Similar oscillating voltage/electric field interactions between ion complexes, DNA sequences, and blocker proteins can be invoked to remove some blocker proteins and therefore start gene sequence transcription.

CONCLUSION: By the judicious use of various frequencies of electromagnetic energy we can destroy unwanted microbes, override genetic defects, control genetic expression in such a way as to effectively halt and reverse aging, and repair and regenerate the body totally, even form amputations and serve brain and spinal injuries. We are potentially at the start of a brave new world for medicine, biophysics, and biology (energy medicine, very few drugs required). Let us not let this technology be developed only by the military and the medical elite. Always remember: 1) The AMA is a monopolistic trade association interested in controlling/owning your illness care rights and your illness care money, 2) The pharmaceutical companies are not our friends and DO NOT HAVE OUR BEST INTERESTS AT HEART. THEIR GOD IS MONEY. AS LONG AS THEY CAN GET YOU TO TAKE THE SYMPTOM SUPPRESSING DRUG AND NOT TAKE CARE OF THE FUNDAMENTAL CAUSE OF YOUR PROBLEM, YOU WILL NEED TO KEEP GOING TO THEIR LICENSED DRUG DEALER (YOUR ALOPATHIC DOCTOR) AND SPEND YOUR MONEY. YOU ARE THEIR CASH COW. CAN YOU SAY MOO?

 

References:

 

1) Variable Range Hopping and Electrical Conductivity along the DNA Double Helix by Z. G. Yu and Xueyu Song, Physical Review Letters, 25, June 2001  Volume 86, Number 26.

2) Charge Transport along the Lambda DNA Double Helix, P. Tran, B. Alavi, and G. Grunen, Physical Review Letters, Volume 85, Number 7, Page 1564-1567.

3) DNA and Conducing Electrons, H. W. Fink, Visions and Reflections, Cell, Mol., Life Sci (CMLS), Volume 58, 2001, Page 1-3.

4) The Body Electric (Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life), by Robert O. Becker, M.D., and Gary Selden, ISBN 0-688-06971-1.

5) A Physicist’s View of the Use of Feeble Electric Direct Currents To Repair Tissue and Replace Body Parts (Part One), by Gary Wade, Health Freedom News (The magazine of The National Health Federation, Monrovia, CA), February 1996, Page 22 – 33.

  

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