Life and Consciousness in a quantum theory perspective

Severel researchers approach processes of biology, life and consciousness from a quantum theoretical perspective. Even clay in our soils has a mechanism of resonating with electromagnetic frequencies.

Professor D.K.F. Meijer and Nanotechnologist J.H. Geesink have published a series of very interesting papers on these subjects. They have agreed that I make their papers available on this website. I am grateful for it as their vision and their thorough analytical work puts a corner stone under our understanding of agriculture as a quantum phenomenon, including both the electromagnetic and the consciousness aspects of nature.

Here is its abstract and its introduction. The entire article can be downloaded below.

Abstract summarized.

The history of the discovery of the generalized music (GM)-scale is highlighted in relation to the areas of bio-field research and quantum biology. The central message is that nature may be guided by a discrete pattern of electromagnetic frequencies. This guiding is based upon a physical coherence principle that is coupled to entanglement, acts in a local and non-local way, and is embedded in a toroidal geometry. We performed meta-analysis studies on biomedical, cancer and neurological literature, revealing the discrete EMF frequency pattern in a consistent manner. This novel biophysical principle exhibits a mathematical background and was also applied to brain function (consciousness research) and 3-dimensional protein folding in integrates cells. Strikingly, this life algorithm could also be detected in various non-animate systems. Superconductivity provides an interesting bridge between life systems and pure physical phenomena.

Keywords: Quantum biology; Biophysics; Quantum computing; Macroscopic coherence; Generalized music (GM) scale; Protein folding; Brain function; Consciousness studies; Solitons; Polarons; Polaritons; Toroidal modeling; Preventive health technology; Cancer therapy; EMF and Neurological disorders; EPR experiments; Mass/ energy distribution of elementary particles; Superconductors at high temperature

Introduction: The Discovery of a Semi-harmonic EM Spectrum in Life Systems

A biophysical basis for spectrum of discrete electromagnetic field (EMF) frequencies that were shown to affect health and disease [1, 2, 3, 4], were elaborated and generalized [4]. The particular EMF pattern was earlier revealed by us through a meta-analysis of more than 500 biomedical publications that reported life-sustaining as well as life-decaying EMF frequencies. The detected Eigen-frequencies could be arithmetically scaled according to a corresponding music theory. The particular semi-harmonic scale exhibits a core pattern of twelve Eigen frequency functions (Figure 1 below), with adjacent self-similar patterns, according to octave hierarchy [1, 2, 3, 4 and 7]. It should be realized that this frequency pattern reflects experiments in which the life systems were exposed to external EMF radiations, as well as influenced by the presence of endogenous frequencies. We postulated that this coherent pattern is effective because it mimics internal oscillations within the organism and its constituting cells, and acts through resonant communication, as extensively discussed in literature by many others [see 1-4]. Our studies should be seen in the light of the rapid expanding areas of Biofield Research, adequately reviewed in [14-17], as well as that of Quantum Biology [18- 23].

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Figure 1: Measured frequency data of living cells systems that are life-sustaining (green points) and detrimental for life (in red squares) versus calculated normalized frequencies. Biological effects measured following exposures or endogenous effects of living cells in vitro and in vivo at frequencies in the bands of Hz, kHz, MHz, GHz, THz, PHz. Green triangles plotted on a logarithmic x-axis represent calculated life-sustaining frequencies; red triangles represent calculated life-destabilizing frequencies. Each point indicated in the graph is taken from published biological data and are a typical frequency for a biological experiment(s). For clarity, points are randomly distributed along the Y-axis. page2image43626112 page2image43626304

The Mathematical Basis for a Generalized Music Algorithm

A more detailed mathematical analysis [7] shows that the derived arithmetical scale exhibits a sequence of unique products of integer powers of 2, 3 and a factor √2. These discrete Eigen frequency values can be related to supposed bio-resonance of solitons or polaron quasi-particles in life systems. Bio-solitons are conceived as self-reinforcing solitary waves that constitute local fields, being involved in intracellular geometric ordering and patterning, as well as in intra- and intercellular signaling.

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Figure 2: Short and long distance guiding of macromolecular structures in the cell by internal EMF wave frequencies (red) and external EMF scattered energies (blue). Discrete molecular vibrations in coherent domains in the cell can obtain a resonant state that is instrumental in intra- and intercellular communication and information processing in time.

The discrete pattern of EM wave frequencies is mathematically expressed as follows:

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(En : Energy distribution, ω : Reference frequency 1 Hz, ħ : Reduced Planck’s constant, n : Series of integers: 0, 0.5, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, -1, -3, -4,-6, -7, m : series of integers: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, p : Series of integers: <-4, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, > +52)

The complete range of EM frequencies (lying between 0.2 Hz to 500 Thz, see ref. [1], on basis of the 12 core frequencies, depicted in Figure 1, can be easily expanded in lower and higher frequency values by multiplication or division by a factor 2 [called octaving HK]. This provides an octave hierarchy of self-similar extensions of the scale. One informative example is the calculation of the vibration frequency of water from the known Einstein/Planck equations E= mc^2 and E=h.v. In the case of the H2O molecule with an M of 18, and knowing the values of speed of light c and the Planck constant h, a water- specific frequency can be calculated in Hz. Multiplying this value with the octave hierarchy of 2, up to the THz-range (10^12 Hz), a range can be found where the biophysics of ordering of water molecules, relevant for life conditions, is at stake (see Figure 3). page3image43571776 page3image43577152 page3image43566976

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Figure 3: Toroidal hypersphere mediated morphogenesis of the integral cell. A: The nested torus structure with an outer surface of the torus (red circle and arrows) represents the event horizon memory space surrounding the cell. B: depicts the 3-D folding of life macromolecules as it occurs following primary synthesis in the cell. C: shows the fractal attractor structure of H O around DNA, steered by quantum information of the toroidal hypersphere memory workspace, D: Shows the dipole radiative EM field of arranged water molecules that bridges the DNA molecule and PCR enzyme as essential for realization of the PCR activity. The coherency of cytoplasmic domains may be steered by externally applied EM fields in a resonance state with the various cellular vibratory elements (modified from Montagnier, see [11]).

The GM-principle is operating in Animate and Non-Animate Systems

Additional literature search [in over 900 scientific papers HK], revealed very similar frequency patterns in the color spectrum, for wave resonances of phyllosilicates, albumin and nucleotides in aqueous solution, as well as for a candidate RNA-catalyst. Of note, the calculated standing wave values of sound-induced vibrations evoked on thin vibrating membranes, as reported in the previous century by Chladni, [are] also congruent with the GM-scale [1, 2]. This collective evidence, thus, points at a generalized biophysical algorithm underlying complexity in nature, evidently manifest in both animate and non-animate modalities. It was therefore coined by us the generalized musical (GM) principle [reviewed in 5]. The particular semi-harmonic frequency spectrum may reflect a discrete pilot-wave structure that can be interpreted as a, so called, hidden variable in Bohm’s causal interpretation of quantum field theory [7], as described by Bohm [47, 48] and as further adequately discussed by Sarfatti [54].

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Brain function and consciousness studies

The GM-biophysical principle was also applied to the areas of modeling brain function related to human consciousness [2] [6], as treated earlier in major reviews [31-39]. In this study, the brain was conceived to be embedded in a holographic structured field that interacts with resonant sensitive structures in the various cell types in our body. In order to explain earlier reported ultra-rapid brain responses and effective operation of the meta- stable neural system, a field-receptive mental workspace was proposed to be communicating with the brain.

Among others, it is integrating discrete patterns of Eigen-frequencies of photonic/ solitonic waves, thereby continuously updating a time-symmetric global memory space of the individual. Its toroidal organization may allow the coupling of gravitational, dark energy, zero-point energy field (ZPE) as well as earth magnetic fields energies (Figure. 4) and may transmit wave information into brain tissue, that thereby is instrumental in high speed conscious and sub- conscious information processing. It was proposed that the supposed field-receptive workspace, in a mutual interaction with the whole nervous system, generates self-consciousness and is conceived as operating from a 4th spatial dimension (hyper-sphere). The torus that is envisioned as a basic unit (operator) of space-time is seen as instrumental in collecting the proposed pattern of discrete GM-frequencies that provided an algorithm for coherent life processes. It is postulated that consciousness in the entire universe arises through, scale invariant, nested toroidal coupling of various energy fields, that may include quantum error correction.

In the brain of the human species, this takes the form of the proposed holographic workspace, that collects active information in a ”brain event horizon”, representing an internal and fully integral model of the self. This brain-supervening workspace is equipped to convert integrated coherent wave energies into attractor type/standing waves that guide the related cortical template to a higher coordination of reflection and action as well as network synchronicity, as required for conscious states. In relation to its scale-invariant global character, support was found for a universal (cosmic) information matrix. The presence of a field-receptive resonant workspace, associated with, but not reducible to, our brain, may provide an interpretation framework for widely reported, but poorly understood transpersonal conscious states[6] and algorithmic origin of life[11, 12].

It also points out the deep connection of mankind with the cosmos and our major responsibility for the future of our planet.page5image43565056 page5image43567168 page5image43569280page5image41415680

Figure 4: Modeling of brain/mind relation in a 4+1-dimensional space-time framework (4+1 implies 4 spatial dimensions and one single dimension of time), on the basis of energy trajectories in a nested toroidal geometry. The opposing forces of Dark energy (diverging force) and Gravity (converging force) as well as discrete wave frequencies of electromagnetic fields, are instrumental in the generation and compression of individual life information. The human brain may receive quantum wave information directly derived from the Planck space-time level (left above) through quantum gravity mediated wave reduction, as well as through resonance with the ZPE field (right above). Our brain can perceive only 3+1 dimensions with a one-directional arrow of time. The material brain and its 4+1-D supervening field-receptive mental workspace should be seen as an integral whole, until bodily death of the organism. The 4th spatial dimension allows individual self-consciousness since an extra degree of freedom is required for self-observation and reflection, while in the mental context the time dimension is symmetrical, allowing to integrate past and future-anticipating events. The 4th spatial dimensions is also assumed to accommodate the bidirectional flow of information between the domains of self-consciousness and universal consciousness. Bottom-up information flow from the Planck scale, combined with top-down information conjugation from the ZPE field, constitute the event horizon of the brain, also integrating gravitational and dark energy related force fields, and supervenes the physical brain. Event horizons of b rain and whole body are depicted in red ellipse and circle respectively.

… and after some pages we get at the soil:

Creation of First Life in Biological Evolution

We found previously that coherent natural and permanently operating wave pattern phenomena are present in typical selected clay minerals, that have semi-conductive like properties [1, 2 and 3]: identical EM field eigenvalues could be measured by one of us (HG) (Figure 6 and ref. [1] and [2]). Of note, these types of clay minerals are, apart from being present in soil, also abundantly suspended in the universe, including planet earth (so called cosmic or extraterrestrial dust) and have been suggested to provide a semi-conductive medium that produces selective EM wave patterns following excitation by external energy sources.

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Figure 6: Example of phyllosilicate semi-conductor, showing layers with tetrahedral and octahedral structures, as present in natural clay material. The material have been shown to act as a semiconductor, that can absorb EM radiation and transmits coherent discrete EM frequency bands. Instrumental in this property are clustered water molecules that provide resonance cavities (left above) and various doped inorganic cations such as Ca2+, Na+, Mg2+ etc.

It is of interest that such silicates have been reported to be candidates for the facilitation of oligo-nucleotide synthesis in the creation of first life in biological evolution [1, 2, 11, 12] and [24, 26]. The selected silicates probably act as quantum replicators, specifically emitting EM radiation at coherent frequencies in a surrounding of ordered water molecules. Such silicate quantum replicators therefore may have been instrumental in the initiation of first replicating life, at the edge of pre-biotic evolution [24-30].

We propose therefore that a primordial biological principle (register of rules) was operating, that acts as a “recipe for life” [12]. This type of a-priory information could have preceded the development of first life and all known force fields that were present from the birth of the universe should be taken into account (as mentioned earlier). Also quantum processes have probably played an essential role in facilitating the various steps that gave rise to first life and initiation of the first replicating cells, in which atomic resonance creates organic shapes and geometric folding of carbon containing molecules [18, 30, 25, 27]. This in addition to lattice type of organization of dipole water molecules, together forming life harmonic-like lattice resembling fluid crystals in which life can be viewed upon as a crystallized form of quantum oscillations that invites to see the cosmos as a purpose-driven incubator for life. This entire process was also depicted as a kind of “biological music” originating from a pre-existing universal law intrinsic to nature, and conceptualized as a toroidal alternative to random self-organization [11, 12]. Very likely syntropic (neg-entropic) wave information from the zero- point energy field [51, 54, 56], selected in resonance with the electrome [14] of the proto-cells played probably a crucial role in the morphogenesis and building up of functional biochemical networks during pre-bioses [36, 55].

Citation: Meijer D.K.F, Geesink J.H (2018) Is the Fabric of Reality Guided by a Semi-Harmonic, Toroidal Background Field?. Int J Struct Page 3 of 15 Comput Biol 2(1): 1-15.

It has been published in the International Journal of Structural and Computational Biology, August 2018. And in the open access www.symbiosisonline.org and www.symbiosisonlinepublishing.com.

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Is the Fabric of Reality Guided by a Semi-Harmonic Toroidal Backgrond Field

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