Physics of Biology


A Few Comments on Montagnier and Gariaev’s Work: Omne Vivum ex Vivo Via Crebritudo?

Authors: Victor Christianto, Yunita Umniyati

In a series of papers, Luc Montagnier and his group reported various effects of electromagnetic fields to DNA. It has been shown that genetic information can be transmitted to water through applications of electromagnetic field. These experiments seem to confirm what have been done by Peter Gariaev and his group in the past 3 decades, i.e. that DNA has wave character. Of course, non-particle view of DNA challenges standard paradigm of DNA and biology. The purpose of this paper is to review shortly such a non-particle view of DNA. To conclude, then we consider an extension of known adage: “Omne vivum ex vivo”, to become “Omne vivum ex vivo via crebritudo” (crebritudo is the Latin word for “frequency”).

Comments: 6 Pages. This paper has been submitted to DNA Decipher Journal. Your comments are welcome

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[v1] 2016-03-15 22:29:34
[v2] 2016-03-18 00:19:19

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