Benveniste's Digi-bio claimsI just heard a short presentation by "water memory" researcher Dr. Jaques Benveniste (at conference SSE 18th, 6/5/99). He claims that the "structure" of biochemicals can be impressed on water electrically using white noise and coils, and then the water will display some of the activity of the original biochemical. See www.digibio.com. His experiment is fairly simple:
- wind two coils around a test tube containing a water solution having a particular biochemical. Benveniste mentions using "telephone pickup coils" taken from those suction-cup things (maybe the ones from Radio Shack? I know Tandy/Radio-Shack in Paris.)From memory (so might not be totally accurate) :
He found that a standard test for staphlococcus would respond to "white noise treated" water as if it had a certain chemical in it. Also, guinea pig skin capillaries responded to an acetylcholine "treated" water by a visible dye response. Also, live guinea pig hearts responded to another type of "treated" water as if a chemical was actually present.One problem: his tests rely on highly sensitive chemical reactions which are triggered when trace amounts of certain materials are present. The "signals" impressed on the water give a reliable but WEAK effect. I was wondering if the signal for alcohol could be impressed onto water, and then the signal could be played into a coil wrapped around a human body to cause intoxication. :) If the effect is tiny, this wouldn't work.
Scary thoughts: some tiny chemical concentrations have very large results.
Play the white noise through a bottle of LSD, then send it
coil wrapped around a human body. Will the signal cause the same
reactions as if traces of the actual chemical were injected into the
person? What if we amplify the signal and apply it to a very large coil?
Would everyone in the vicinity trip out? Play the signal into the power
lines and affect the population of an entire city? :) What if we use
nerve toxin instead of LSD...
Speculative weirdness: wind the two coils around a human head, play the
noise through it, then send the resulting signal into a coil wrapped
around ANOTHER person's head. Like bad 1950's sci-fi movies!
would we get
telepathic communication? Or would the personality of the "transmitter
brain" overwrite the personality of the "receiver?" :) Repeat the
experiment using a human and a duck, or use a fresh corpse, Dr. Karloff.
Or more seriously, can the water microstructure
of a healthy person be used to strengthen somebody who's weak and sick?
OK, try to transmit diseases or disease-immunity over wires. Maybe cause
frog egg to grow up into a chicken? Or can the chemical structure of a
youthful body be used to rejuvinate an elderly one? double :) !
Suggestion: extract the difference signal between the original white noise
and the sense coil. Does the difference signal measurably change when
various chemicals are passed near the coil pair? If so, then examine this
signal with a spectrum analyzer to look for resonance lines associated
with various chemicals.
Suggested circuit from Rick Andersen:
An implementation of a system to produce audio frequency "Bio-Holograms"