Non-invasive intervention in plant genomic structures
I propose an open experiment on plants, non-invasive intervention in the genomic structures of plants by means of exposure to modulated broadband electromagnetic field by polarizations (mBEF) laser radiation records. Another name for these spectra (spinor spectra or Garyaev matrices).
We have obtained a file of the spectrum of the secondary laser radiation modulated by the polarization of the laser beam of an aqueous extract of DNA of plant origin.
Having passed through an object – a cuvette, the laser beam is repeatedly reflected by semitransparent mirrors of the optical unit, forming a system of standing waves between these mirrors. In the zones of antinodes of these waves, the laser beam is modulated by electromagnetic radiation (torsion field? Spinor field? Myogenic Gurvich radiation?) Of the DNA extract.
In the course of research on plants, it turned out that if an opaque shutter is installed between the optical unit and the recipient, the recipient continues to be irradiated with the donor’s radiation. This is due to the fact that along with biological information, which is transmitted directly by the laser beam, the laser generates broadband electromagnetic radiation (mBEF) in the frequency range 50 kHz – 2 MHz (medium radio wave range). It turned out that these radio waves are modulated by biological information, which also affects living organisms.
I propose the following method of influencing plants using the spectra of the mBEF laser, which have been converted into a low-frequency audio range.
Through an audio player with a 100 watt amplifier, the data of the mBEF audio spectra are reproduced in a looped mode.
The exposure time is from 30 minutes to 1 hour.
The first method of influence was mainly used by P. Gariaev in his experiments. The second method of influence, see Fig. 1, was used by Luc Montagnier in his experiments on teleportation DNA.
Below is a video with details of the experiment of Luc Montagnier.
Our preliminary result of experiments with plants.
Method of action 2 using a 30 ohm solenoid and modulating it with the spectra of the mBEF laser DNA through an amplifier.
Seeds were placed in a test tube and every day for 1 hour the spectra were irradiated through a solenoid. Then, after a week of such irradiation, the seeds were planted, a month later it turned out that the stem of the plant is thicker in those irradiated with the mBEF DNA audio spectra.
CAUTION THIS SPECTRUM IS PROVIDED FOR EXPERIMENTAL PURPOSES ONLY WITH PLANTS OR BACTERIA.
DURING THE EXPERIMENT, DO NOT LISTEN TO ANIMAL OR ANIMAL TO THIS SPECTRUM.