Please enjoy the continuation of the informational magnecule series derived from the paper: The informational magnecule: the role of aqueous coherence and information in biological dynamics and morphology, as featured in the Hadronic Journal, and the American Journal of Modern Physics.
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The informational magnecule: the role of aqueous coherence and information in biological dynamics and morphology (pt 4.)
1. In (Heredia-Rojas et al. 2015) Antimicrobial Effect Of Vancomycin Electro- Transferred Water Against Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Variant, we may watch as MRSA is curtailed:
“Material and Methods: MRSA cultures were treated with vancomycin electro- transferred water samples, vancomycin (4.0 and 8.0 μg/mL), sham electro- transferred (water to water) and non-transferred water samples (medium alone). Growth inhibition was evaluated in liquid and solid culture medium, spectrophotometrically and by CFU determination respectively.
Results: The obtained data showed that by transferring vancomycin (4.0 and 8.0 μg/mL) information to water samples, the growth of cultured MRSA was significantly (p< 0.05) inhibited (up to 35%), compared with those cultures treated with electro-transferred water to water or cultured in medium alone (0% growth inhibition).
Conclusion: This in vitro study suggests that water samples that are electronically transferred with vibration sustained information of vancomycin are capable of inhibiting growth of axenically cultured methicillin resistant S. aureus.”
2. In (Heredia-Rojas et al, 2011) Entamoeba histolytica and Trichomonas vaginalis: Trophozoite growth inhibition by metronidazole electro-transferred water, we see the same yet again, now working to ameliorate the proliferation of Entamoeba histolytica and Trichomonas vaginalis.
“This paper demonstrates that by transferring metronidazole information to water samples by an electronic amplifier (BRT device), the growth of axenically cultured trophozoites of Entamoeba histolytica and Trichomonas vaginalis is significantly inhibited, compared with those cultures treated with non and sham electro-transferred water samples. A positive control of metronidazole, a well known cytotoxic drug against parasites, was used as a reference.”
“In conclusion, our in vitro study suggests that water samples that are electronically-transferred with vibrational information of metronidazole are capable of inhibiting trophozoite growth of axenically cultured E. histolytica and T. vaginalis.”
3. In (Heredia-Rojas et al, 2012) “Antimicrobial effect of amphotericin B electronically activated water against Candida albicans,” we see the same informational effects demonstrated yet again upon a different pathogen.
“It was demonstrated that by transferring amphotericin B (125 µg·ml-1) information to water samples by an electronic amplifier (BRT device), the growth of cultured Candida albicans was significantly (P<0.05) inhibited (46% growth inhibition), compared with those cultures treated with sham electro-activated water samples (0% growth inhibition), and a positive control of amphotericin B (125 µg·ml-1 ; 80% growth inhibition). Evidence for a measurable biological effect by electro-activated water samples that somehow acquires, or at least mimics, the antifungal property of amphotericin B has been demonstrated in the present study.”
We invite the reader to examine closely each study referenced above in detail. Please recall that we have selected to represent here but a small representative sample of a larger body of work. [See: (Norman et al., 2016 and the references therein; Endler et al. 1995; Thomas et al., 2000).] Please examine the many various methods of evaluation used in the condensed studies above, including accurate measures such as reverse transcription PCR, contrast microscopy and others. Over and over the same effect is demonstrated. Benveniste was correct. The ugly accusations which ruined his career and good reputation may be left aside as false.
Magnecular analysis and the H bridge: polarized toroidal orbits.
It may be possible to apply a magnecular analysis and gain even deeper insight into the phenomena and effects we have demonstrated. Toward that end we will first articulate some of the particular specifications of magnecules.
“. . . magnegas has a variable energy content, a variable specific weight, and a variable Avogadro number.” (Santilli 2005 p. 101)
“Alternatively, the magnecular structure can be also interpreted as an unusual form of “semi-liquid” in the sense that the magnecular bond is much closer to the so called “H-bridges” of the liquid state of water. The increase of pressure evidently brings magnegas progressively closer to the liquid state, which continuous process can only occur for a variable Avogadro number.” (Santilli 2005 p. 101)
“Magnecules have anomalous average atomic weights in the sense that they are bigger than that of any molecular constituent . . . .” (Santilli 2005 p. 23)
“Santilli magnecules in gases, liquids, and solids consist of stable clusters composed of conventional molecules, and/or dimers, and/or individual atoms bonded together by opposing magnetic polarities of toroidal polarizations of the orbits of at least the peripheral atomic electrons when exposed to sufficiently strong external magnetic fields, as well as the polarization of the intrinsic magnetic moments of nuclei and electrons.” (Santilli 2005 p. 21)
“Magnecules can break down into fragments under sufficiently energetic collisions, with subsequent recombination with other fragments and/or conventional molecules, resulting in variations in time of spectrographic peaks (called time mutations of magnecular weights)” (Santilli 2005 p. 22)
“Substances with magnecular structure have anomalous physical characteristics, such as anomalous specific density, viscosity, surface tension, etc., as compared to the characteristics of the conventional molecular constituents” (Santilli 2005 p. 23).
“Magnecules can accrue or lose during collision individual atoms, dimers or molecules” (Santilli 2005 p. 22)
“Magnecules release in thermochemical reactions more energy than that released by the same reactions among unpolarized molecular constituents” (Santilli 2005 p. 23)
“. . . the test at PCFL provided the first experimental evidence of mutation in time of the atomic weight of magnecules. In fact, the peak . . . is macroscopically different . . . This difference provides evidence that, when colliding, magnecules can break down into ordinary molecules, atoms, and fragments of magneclusters, which then recombine with other molecules, atoms, and/or magnecules to form new clusters.” (Santilli 2005 p. 82)
We propose that the coherent Exclusion Zone (EZ) water along hydrophilic surfaces that is so essential for biological processes is demonstrative of a particular type of magnecular structure. Unlike in the case of Hydrogen accretion in gasses which requires large magnetic fields along the lines of 10 to the 12 Gauss (Santilli, 2012, p. 3), the dynamism within the existent aqueous system of aqueous magnecular creation may be observed with low em field strength, and, the EZ coherent zone itself may be created, extended and fed, by relatively low levels of IR radiation (Pollack 2013, 2013a). The instantiation of molecular information into the aqueous medium may be accomplished through the encoding of a low energy 7 Hz carrier frequency to supply the small perturbations to be summed in coherent CD processes which yield a fairly long lived and stable vortical structure, and then, the distributed information functions ‘epigenetically’ if you will, meaning that it affects how genes are expressed creating manifest morphology, functional development and manifest proliferation, yet does not affect genetic encoding itself (Borghini et al., 2012). All this activity, including chemically derived em encoded informational distribution acting as a sort of epigenetic informational allocation, happens by way of physical dynamics which can be expressed within the framework of Hadronic theory and QED. Del Giudice (2012) states: “According to Quantum Electro Dynamics (QED) these fields are able to attract co-resonating molecules giving rise to selective chemical attractions governed by specific chemical codes.” In close analogy to the way magnecules seem to alter the expressed combustive properties of specific fuels, so does this informational epigenetic effect create alteration in the expressed result of biological energies and forms. In this case, the new particular magnecular species represented in coherent exclusion zone water is of the form H3O2, according to the experimental evidence gathered by Dr. Gerald Pollack (2013; 2013a and others). Here we see a new, larger, composite non-valence structuralization created by way of H bonds. This appears to be an informational magnecule with dynamic distributional functionality. Its collective viscosity is divergent from the ‘parent’ water molecule by a factor of as much as ten (Karbowski and Persinger, 2015, p. 6), and its properties and size change under conditions of IR exposure, under particular em and magnetic fields as referenced above and/or, in some instances ‘spontaneously’ over time (Persinger, 2015). However, the informational content and expression which stems from the near frictionless coherent CD process, are remarkably stable (Del Guidice et al., 2013; Monagnier et al., 2011). Another anomalous aspect: the refractive index, and hence one might infer the density of EZ water, is ten percent higher than bulk water (Pollack, 2013). As to the effects of pressure Dr. Pollack states: “EZ water has a higher density than bulk water. If you take H2O and you put it under pressure, it should give you H3O2 because the EZ structure is denser than the H2O. We did the experiments and we found, indeed, that’s the case. If you put H2O under pressure, you get more EZ water.” (Mercola 2013) (Please note the similarity to above referenced magnecular processes).
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