posted on Sep, 15 2009 @ 03:22 AM
Okay i understand what you are saying, but the guy who discovered this, is not a crackpot mad scientist, he is a respected and known scientist.
He has been credited with the discovery of "wave genetics".
I mean i need to do some more research but, i think that to denouce anything as impossible, especially in the field of genetics, is highly
unacceptable as any scientist will tell you.
here are some links refering to more information:
~ (this is a patent for a laser, which i believe is the one used)
USPTO Application #: 20060034729
Title: Optical sensor with layered plasmon structure for enhanced detection of chemical groups by sers
Abstract: An optical sensor and method for use with a visible-light laser excitation beam and a Raman spectroscopy detector, for detecting the
presence chemical groups in an analyte applied to the sensor are disclosed. The sensor includes a substrate, a plasmon resonance mirror formed on a
sensor surface of the substrate, a plasmon resonance particle layer disposed over the mirror, and an optically transparent dielectric layer about 2-40
nm thick separating the mirror and particle layer. The particle layer is composed of a periodic array of plasmon resonance particles having (i) a
coating effective to binding analyte molecules, (ii) substantially uniform particle sizes and shapes in a selected size range between 50-200 nm (ii) a
regular periodic particle-to-particle spacing less than the wavelength of the laser excitation beam. The device is capable of detecting analyte with
an amplification factor of up to 1012-1014, allowing detection of single analyte molecules. (end of abstract)
*this link is to show some accreditation and his current status*
*this is his current workplace*