DNA and cell communication via magnetic scalar waves, a possible basic principle of the Bioresonance Method?

Prof. Dr.-lng. Konstantin Meyl, Radolfzell, Germany
DNA generates a longitudinal wave that propagates in the direction of the magnetic field vector. Computed frequencies from the structure of DNA agree with those of biophoton radiation.
The optimisation of efficiency by minimising the conduction losses leads to the double-helix structure of DNA¹.
The vortex model of the magnetic scalar wave not only covers many observed structures within the cell nucleus perfectly, but also explains the hyperboloid channels in the matrix when two cells communicate with each other.
Potential vortices are an essential component of scalar waves 11 as discovered in 1990.The basic approach for an extended field theory was confirmed in 2009 with the discovery of magnetic monopoles12. This provides the opportunity to explain the physical basis of life ¹.
With this first introduction of the magnetic scalar wave, it becomes clear that such a wave is suitable to use genetic code chemically stored in the...

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