Interview with a French

The language of DNA

Alvasar : I wonder what the wave genetics, and how did you come to discover it.
Peter Gariaiev: Genetics is divided into two parts, the first is the language component, because the DNA molecule is the word, the Creator of speech, If you want. The second half would be the quantum portion that includes quantum relocation : Biological information, inside our bodies is exchanged instantly, without delay. The cells know everything instantly. This is a major acquisition of the biology of multicellular organisms. It is possible that the single-cell did not this mechanism.
This separation is particularly significant. The language part mainly relates to the synthesis of proteins. Proteins are the basic metabolites, who assume the roles of strategic and tactical control, and construction in the body. It is the linguistic and textual part. We spent a lot of time for this part.
The other part is the quantum part, that touches me less professionally because I'm not a physicist but geneticist. This key property of DNA, as part of a chromosome, to be a true laser, emitting coherent light in the visible diapason of 250 to 800 nanometers.
 
 

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But the chromosomes also emit polarized light, which characterizes the state of the photon spin. With my friend Gennady Shipov, great physicist, we have cooperated for 30 years, (he wrote a book about the physical vacuum theory) and recently we produced a book together : "The quantum genome in the concept of physical vacuum". I will not pursue this issue here because it's not my area. I will say one thing : This quantum part is particularly essential because it assumes the immediacy of the exchange of genetic information in the body and outside of it. We can transmit information with or without the help of an apparatus amplifying. Indeed telepathy has long been known. This is achieved thanks to the variable state of the spin of photons. Our DNA operates using photons. The other mode is acoustic, which modulates the intensity and polarization of the light signals.