Originally posted by ecapsretuo
I was wondering what might be happening with this technology, and the following conjecture occurred to me.
Given that at any moment the earth is possessed by a complex and variable electrical magnetic system, it stands to reason that periods of time carry a characteristic, general, "electromagnetic signature."
Everything that is presently being born, growing, or dying, is doing so under the pervasive influence of the electromagnetic signature, NOW.
Might it be that the pervasive electrical system of earth expresses to DNA, the information needed for evolution to take appropriate direction? That the earths electrical condition 'triggers' the traits in organisms which are apt for the present stage of development here?
So I wondered whether, if by establishing a different electrostatic field around a seed, a resonance is created that 'fools' the seed. The electromagnetic signature may now resemble more closely that of a different time. So the DNA responds to its only source of information, the electricity, and responds by developing an organism appropriate to the earth 'out there' as the information has dictated.
Were all this the case, it seems we could "dial" the electrostatic field to resemble the frequencies of a particular time, and the subjected seed would respond by bearing an organism of the corresponding evolutionary phase.
edit on 6-4-2013 by ecapsretuo because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
reply to post by Knives4eyes
15.66.....is that a true number?
The Schumann frequency is a ranged frequency. 7.83 is certainly in the "sweet spot".
Originally posted by thinline
In the vein of art representing life. Didn't Star Trek TNG have an episode where things devolved around the same time these studies where going on?
Originally posted by DaRAGE
This is truly fascinating stuff.
I wonder how far back the genomes could revert back, ie, could we make human eggs and sperm revert back to their neanderthal/walking man genomes, etc.
Anyways, faster wheat growth, etc is always a good thing especially if they have more vitality. Same as trouts ;-p
Originally posted by The Cusp
Originally posted by ecapsretuo
The PDF states that since electricity and magnetism go hand-in-hand, they are working with magnetic fields as well. This looks even easier, as they seem to simply suspend the seeds between two permanent magnets, Varying the magnets' distance of separation changes the strength of the field.
Excellent! I shall soon release my army of jurassic spiders upon the world.
Another seeming simple genetic tinkering method I heard of involves infrared light. Supposedly it can be used to transfer DNA. Like shine some infrared light through polar bear DNA onto some frog eggs and you get frog bear hybrids.
I'll have my house hippo in no time.edit on 6-4-2013 by The Cusp because: (no reason given)
Statement Press Office, Ciba-Geigy:
"Ciba has given up by now all these studies, there have been no further scientific work undertaken in this area because they can not be assigned to one of the priority research areas of the company. For this reason, the research industry in many, many interesting approaches in exploratory projects will be dropped. "
Originally posted by Pinocchio
reply to post by talklikeapirat
Hmmm... reminds me of the Biblical story of Laban and Jacob... wherein rods are used to create the effect of spots and produce.edit on 7-4-2013 by Pinocchio because: (no reason given)
A Nobel Prize winning biologist has ignited controversy after publishing details of an experiment in which a fragment of DNA appeared to ‘teleport’ or imprint itself between test tubes.
According to a team headed by Luc Montagnier, previously known for his work on HIV and AIDS, two test tubes, one of which contained a tiny piece of bacterial DNA, the other pure water, were surrounded by a weak electromagnetic field of 7Hz.
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.
DNA molecules can 'teleport', Nobel Prize winner claims