Homeopathy Works proves prof. dr. Luc Montagnier
Professor Montagnier, a French virologist, 2008 Nobel Laureate for discovering a link between HIV and AIDS, shocked co-Nobel laureates by telling them that water has a memory that continues even after many times of dilution of the DNA.
Abstract: A novel property of DNA is described: the capacity of some bacterial DNA sequences to induce electromagnetic waves at high aqueous dilutions.
It appears to be a resonance phenomenon triggered by the ambient electromagnetic background of very low frequency waves.
The genomic DNA of most pathogenic bacteria contains sequences which are able to generate such signals.
This opens the way to the development of highly sensitive detection system for chronic bacterial infections in human and animal diseases.
In a 2009 paper, Nobel Prize winner, Luc Montagnier, and his team report the results of a series of rigorous experiments investigating the electromagnetic (EM) properties of highly diluted biological samples.
They found that pathogenic bacteria and viruses show a distinct EM signature at dilutions ranging from 10-5 to 10-12 (corresponding to ~3CH to 6CH homeopathic dilutions) and that small DNA fragments (responsible for pathogenicity) were solely accountable for the EM signal.
The EM signature changed with dilution levels but was unaffected by the initial concentration and remained even after the remaining DNA fragments were destroyed by chemical agents.
They observed that the EM signal was destroyed by heating or freezing the sample. Also, a ‘cross-talk’ effect was found whereby a negative sample inhibits the positive signal in another sample if they are left together overnight in a shielded container. It was also noted that the samples needed be ‘vortexed’ (a process akin to succussion) for the EM effects to be present. They propose that specific aqueous nano-structures form in the samples during the dilution process and are responsible for the EM effects measured.
With thanks to the Luc Montagnier Foundation .