When we Chat with our Genes

Besides being a blueprint for building the body, our DNA is also a bio-chip storage medium for optical information and a very complex organ for different levels of communication.

The German biophysicist Fritz Popp spent decades studying bio-photon emission. This is the light that the body emits naturally. He discovered that DNA is a main supplier of bio-photons, and acts as a harmonic oscillator as well.

It is an oscillating system with its own unique frequency. With the length of a stretched DNA molecule to be about 2 meters, and the speed of light known to us, the DNA's own frequency comes to about 150 megahertz.

These principles were taken to a much broader and deeper level by a group of highly-qualified scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physicists of the Lebedev institute, molecular biologists, biophysicists, geneticists, embryologists and linguists participated in this huge project.

The project director is Dr. Pjotr Garjajev, a biophysicist and molecular biologist. He is member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Academy of Sciences in New York. He also collaborated with Dr. Mark Friedman of the University of Alabama in Huntsville, AL.

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