NOTE: Unfortunately, a supposed “angelic” trance channelled entity ‘Kryon’ cited this article (August 1, 2015). I stand by the article below. However, I do not consent to and I do not associate with Kryon in any way and, in fact, I feel Kryon is a racist who attempts to divide us against each other. Specifically, Kryon says one race is superior to all others: “Kryon’s message is that Jews are a special group amongst humans, “a pure karmic group”, the chosen people.” (Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Carroll ) Yikes! Sorry about that. Now, on to the article . . .
DNA Replication at a Distance–reported by Nobel scientist, likely building on research first published in 1992 by Russian scientists, Garaiev and Poponin
The joint winner of the Nobel Prize for medicine in 2008, Luc Montagnier, is claiming that DNA can send ‘electromagnetic imprints’ of itself into distant cells and fluids which can then be used by enzymes to create copies of the original DNA. You can read the original paper here [PDF]. (Source) Montagnier also filed for a U.S. patent on the technology of detecting phantom replica of DNA in water: http://www.freepatentsonline.com/20110027774.pdf
The popular press and self-appointed blog experts, without bothering to investigate any further, have decided to misrepresent this important work as “teleportation” or “magic”. For example:
- Can Our DNA Electromagnetically ‘Teleport’ Itself? One Researcher Thinks So (popsci.com)
- The Nobel disease meets DNA teleportation and homeopathy [Respectful Insolence] (scienceblogs.com)
- Nobel Prize Winner Says DNA Performs Quantum Teleportation (science.slashdot.org)
- Scientists Debate Magical DNA Teleportation (escapistmagazine.com)
- Teleportation Magic Established By Science, At Last! (randi.org)
Characterizing Dr. Montagnier’s work as “teleportation” or “magic” is an obvious misrepresentation and creates ridiculous controversy. It appears to be intended to discredit Dr. Montagnier and his important work.
Read the rest of this blog post and decide for yourself if it is science or “magic”.
Inquiring minds might ask why recent work by a Nobel Scientist might need to be ridiculed?