Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life

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Research Center – Monteporzio Catone (Rome) (I)
THE 9th ANNUAL WATER CONFERENCE
Physics, Chemistry and Biology of
Water
October 9th- 11th 2014
Pamporovo, Orlovetz Palace (Bulgaria)
Water: a universal amplifier for the
signals of life
Livio Giuliani1,2, Enrico D’emilia1, Nikolaj Blom3
1 ISPESL
(Superior Institute for Prevention and Occupational Safety incorporated in
National Institute for Occupational Insurance, 2013)- Center of Researches,
Monteporzio Catone (Rome), Italy
2 ICEMS (International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety) - Scientific
Secretariat and Spokesman, Venice,
3 Technical University of Denmark(DTU), Lyngby, Denmark
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Jacques Benveniste (Paris 1935-2004)
first published astonishing experimental
results about the ability of water to
store informations
(Nature, 1988, 333 (6176):816-818, ISSN 0028-0836)
He was defamed due not only to ideological
prejudices but to political and economical interests.
Mikhail Zhadin (Leningrad 1935) first
experimented the ability of water to
store energy (Bioelectrom. 1998;19(1):41-5)
Previous experiments by S.W.Bawin and W.R. Adey
(1976), C.F.Blackman et al. (1980), A.R.Liboff
(1985), S.D.Smith and B.R.McLeod (1987) have
shown water stores energy, but the induction of ion
motion due to 10 nT MFs was an unrefutable proof.
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Fig. 1 - The replication of the Zhadin experiment at the CNR facility at Tor
Vergata (Ion Cyclotron Resonance of Glutamic Acid).
Mikhail N. Zhadin
Noise without
signals
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Fig. 2 - The replication of the Zhadin experiment at the CNR facility at Tor
Vergata (Ion Cyclotron Resonance of Glutamic Acid - Glu).
Mikhail N. Zhadin
When an AC MF is
applied (5 Hz
tuned with 0,02
mT DC MF) a
signal arises
(middle panel) as
ICR of GLU
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Giuliano Preparata and
Emilio Del Giudice
provided the quantum
frame (1989) to justify
the energy storage by
water, with the
prediction of existence
of Coherent Domains
(CD) in ordinary water
(QED Coherence in Matter,
World Scientific, London 1995)
CDs were discovered by Huang C. et al. («The inhomogeneous structure of
water at ambient conditions>, PNAS 2009 106 (36) 15214-15218,) and
confirmed by V. Elia et al. (Water J May 2013 doi: 10.14294/ WATER.2013.4)
and by Taschin A. et al. (Nature comm. Sept. 2013, doi: 10.1038/
ncomms3401).
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
In 2006, the effect has been
explained: switching on MF
suitably tuned with GLU ICR
i) Mixed CDs (Water and
GLU) are formed; ii) their
energy is transferred to
escaping GLU (Zhadin M.N. and L.
Giuliani, Some problems in modern
bio- electromagnetics, EBM 25(4))
The hypotesis has been further investigated
by Yinnon C. and T.
Yinnon (2009) and by Del Giudice and L. Giuliani (2010, in Non thermal
mechanisms of interactions between EMFs and living matter, Giuliani L. and M.
Soffritti eds., Eu J Oncology Library vol.5, Fidenza 2010)
Meanwhile the authors proved that the Zhadin effect also
arises in a vessel without sunk electrodes, only in presence
of a suitable static electric field(Biomagnetic Res. Techn. 2008, 6(1)).
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
In 2009, Luc Montagnier et al. shown
that DNA signals can be detected
from infective bacteria and viruses
by means of an induction coil, giving
rise to the microbiological spectroscopy (Interd. Life Sc.: Comput. Sc., 1(2))
Luc Montagnier with Emilio Del Giudice and
Giuseppe Vitiello (2013)
DNA fragments were dissolved in an
aqueous solution triggered with
Schumann frequencies. Then the solution was diluted 1:1
million/more and finally the DNA signals were detected.
In our mind, the dilution had the task to suppress the noise.
As we discovered, the exposure to Schumann waves had the
task of inducing an amplification of DNA signals otherwise too
weak after the dilution (EBM 2014 33(4)).
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine
Original Article
E. D'Emilia, L. Giuliani, A. Lisi, M. Ledda, S. Grimaldi, L. Montagnier,
& A. R. Liboff
Lorentz force in water: evidence that hydronium
cyclotron resonance enhances polymorphism
Posted online on July 14, 2014. (doi:10.3109/15368378.2014.937873)
http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/15368378.2014.937873
Experiments were performed at the hypomagnetic facility of
CNR at Tor Vergata (Rome), Italy.
L. Montagnier and Abraham R. Liboff joint research publication
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
To Henry Lai, Chief Editor of Electromagnetic Biology Medicine:
«Attached please find the manuscript " Lorentz force in water:
Evidence that hydronium cyclotron resonance enhances
polymorphism.", authored by D' Emilia et al,…
For the first time ever a sustained magnetic signal has been
detected in water, persisting for times on the order of tens of
minutes. To establish this beyond doubt a large number of side
experiments were performed, in effect removing any possible
artefacts and other sources of field.
Apart from the fact that this represents a very basic scientific
discovery, there is also likely great medical significance. We
are now speculating that water may represent the equivalent
to a Rosetta Stone for understanding weak electromagnetic
interactions with living things, because of its response to EM
fields as well as its role in biological integrity...
Abe Liboff, Mar 20 2014
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
«…It is one of the most interesting reports that I have
ever seen.
You will find that I have provided a reasonable scenario
for your results, almost directly tied to Emilio's coherent
water domains, the only addition being the idea that
these domains may generate an oscillatory magnetic field
due to the intrinsic spin characteristics of the domains,
which is a novel idea, one that would have gotten Emilio
all excited. … ”
Abe Liboff, Mar 11 2014
According to Del Giudice-Preparata theory, this oscillatory
magnetic field is a non-negligible component of the
trapped magnetic field, which generates each CD and
keeps its integrity when it is interfacing a solid surface.
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Abstract
There is an ongoing question regarding the structure forming
capabilities of water at ambient temperatures. To probe for
different structures, we studied effects in pure water following
magnetic field exposures corresponding to the ion cyclotron
resonance of H3O+. Included were measurements of conductivity
and pH. We find that under ion cyclotron resonance (ICR)
stimulation, water undergoes a transition to a form that is
hydronium-like, with the subsequent emission of a transient
48.5 Hz magnetic signal, in the absence of any other
measurable field. Our results indicate that hydronium
resonance stimulation alters the structure of water, enhancing
the concentration of EZ-water. These results are not only
consistent with Del Giudice's model of electromagnetically
coherent domains, but they can also be interpreted to show
that these domains exist in quantized spin states.
(Following Figures 5-13 are from the above paper.)
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
(1) S HILDED RO O M
(11) S AMP LE
(7)
WATER TEMPERATU RE CO N TROLLER
(2) C O O LING SY ST EM
C°
(3) HELMHO LTZ CO ILS
(8)
WATER PUMP CI RCO LATO R
(4) F LUX GA S
(6) DET EC TO R
+
=
(9) S IGNALS GE NE RA T O R A ND AMP LIFIC A TO R
+
+
(5) C O MPUTE R
(10) INTE RF AC E
Fig. 5. Experimental set up. Water samples are contained within a
Helmholtz coil in a specially constructed hypomagnetic room. All
fields are applied and measured along the cylindrical axis.
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Fig. 6. Comparison of pH measurements as a function of time, unchanged
in non-exposed water, but reduced in sample following exposure to ICR
magnetic signal tuned to H3O+. The latter change may not represent the
actual overall level of acidity, but merely that fraction of more diffusible
liquid external to the EZ-water component.
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Fig. 7. Plot of conductivity in arbitrary units versus time
in seconds along x-axis, showing effect of ICR tuning
condition for H3O+, applied at 100 seconds.
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
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Fig. 8. Frequency spectrum showing spontaneous 48.5 Hz magnetic oscillation from water sample
previously stimulated by means of a nearby 50 Hz excitation signal : i) one hour after signal is removed,
ii) 30 minutes later, and iii) immediately after signal. The vertical scale is arbitrary. The spontaneous
oscillation effect was an apparent effect depending on the oscillation of the water sample with the
frequency of 48.5 Hz. It has been separately observed as well, having used a small permanent magnet
joint to the water sample, oscillating with a frequency of 48,5 Hz, instead of the 50 Hz excitation signal.
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
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Fig. 9. The 48.5 Hz magnetic oscillation in water sample is barely visible in
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Fig. 10. Frequency spectrum showing 48.5Hz output from water induced by
magnetic oscillation when sample is first exposed to an ICR condition for
H3O+, 33.7 Hz (42 mT). The rms level of the 33.7 Hz signal was 7.7 mT.
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
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spectrum obtained by changing the
frequency used in Fig. 10 from 33.7
Hz to 14 Hz, thereby removing the
ICR condition for hydronium.
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Fig. 12. Frequency spectrum
showing 48.5Hz output from water
when sample is first exposed to an
ICR condition for H3O+, 33.7 Hz (42
mT). The rms level of the 33.7 Hz
signal in this case was 7.7 mT.
Fig. 13. Frequency spectrum
showing 48.5Hz output disappears
when sample is first exposed to a
MF which is not tuned with the
upper ICR condition for H3O+, 33.7
Hz (42 mT).
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
In the experiments in fig. 14-17, the static magnetic
field B0 had just the intensity matching the hydronium
ICR condition at 14.45 Hz, a Schumann peak, according
to the ion cyclotron relationship: w=B0q/m, being w the
pulsation, q and m the charge and the mass of the ion
Fig. 14. The ICR condition
for hydronium is
established again, this time
stimulating the sample by
Schumann frequency at
7.83 Hz, having suitably
reduced the intensity of the
static magnetic field in the
hypomagnetic room.
Fig. 15. The same
experiment without the
stimulation at 7.83 Hz
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Fig. 16. The water sample
was stimulated by a 1,89
Hz signal for 10’. As above
the static magnetic field
had the suitable intensity
to match the hydronium
ICR condition at 14.15 Hz.
The 48,5 peak is 3 times
the one in fig. 14.
Fig. 17. The same
experiment having
stimulated the sample with
the 14.45 Hz Schumann
frequency instead of 7.83
Hz stimulation. In this
experiment an added
frequency at 25 Hz was
originated inducing the
oscillation of the water
sample with a 25 Hz sound.
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
In the Liboff –Zhadin effect the efficient component of the static magnetic field is the
parallel one to the applied variable magnetic field.
On the Earth the main natural variable magnetic fields are provided by the Schumann
frequencies originated in the cavity between the Earth surface and the ionosphere.
The Schumann frequencies are surface waves.
Thus the efficient component of the geomagnetic field – able to induce ion motions
within cells and through cells of living organisms- only is the component that is parallel
to the Earth’s surface.
This component is depending on the magnetic inclination.
In many places the geomagnetic intensity is in the order of 45 uT and the magnetic
inclination is more than 60°.
For instance, the natural geomagnetic field provides a 18,1 mT component, parallel to
the Earth surface, when the total amplitude of the field is 44,5 mT and the magnetic
inclination is 66°.
In Fig. 14-17 experiments, in the hypomagnetic room, a 18 mT static MF was generated .
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
SUMMARY
We induced the oscillation of the vessel containing the
water sample; since the water sample was protonated by
the previous exposure to the Schumann frequency, the
resulting dissolved H3O+ ions worked as electrons that are
oscillating along a metallic dipole antenna; they go forward
and back creating an electromagnetic wave with the
frequency of the oscillation: that's the way of working of
an antenna: thus water become able to work as an
antenna; furthermore an antenna which is accorded with
every wavelength that life could require.
.
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
Fig. 18
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SATELLITE DATA
Geomagnetic intensiity
distribution in 2000
(IGRF data reported in
it.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Campo_geomagnetico)
Fig. 19 The magnetic
declination distribution is
strongly depending on time
(ibidem)
Water: a universal amplifier for the signals of life
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