Background of the “Emission” project. What do we have in this area (current state).
About a century ago, it was revealed that mitogenic emission arises upon the bulb root mitosis . Upon lining of such emission into other cells their division becomes stimulated that proves a remote effect of one living system from the other. Thereafter the presence of super weak emission was revealed in bacterial, yeast, cancer cells, muscular system, nervous system and blood-vascular system cells . The researches in this area have been made by tens of laboratories in many countries worldwide in 20-40-s of the last century.
An advanced biophotonics research shows that the emissions intensity of biological entities is 1018 weaker than the daylight intensity [4-10]. According to scientists, such emission is high-coherent that promotes interaction of biosystems and their coordinated action, if needed,.
A line of experiments was conducted by scientists, in which a biological specimen, staying in a completely dark chamber, was exposed to intensive flash lights. Then, with use of sensitive detector (able to detect lightning bug’s glow at 10 miles distance), the specimen himself investigated the dynamics of reemission. Level of this reemission, according to hyperbolic law, nears to zero over time. Identical experiments with similar results were carried out with the substance. But even the most sensitive equipment of our time is not able to directly detect an object’s emission several minutes after its initial excitation. There are methods, though, which help to indirectly detect super weak emissions of substances, that exist throughout considerable time after single excitation of the substance. Water is a quite sensitive system which changes its properties (physical parameters) under the impact of super weak emission. Changes in properties of water can be detected with the use of existing physical, biological and chemical methods.
Thus, chemical compounds can serve as sources of SWEME, and this is why they can influence water, which can change its properties over time.
For a long time now there have been published a lot of works and registered a lot of patents, devoted to registering the transmission of SWEME from one substance to another (carrying agent) [84, 89]. The first and the second substances are put very close to each other in electromagnetic field (whether it’s a stationary magnetic field, SHF field, laser ray etc.). As result of this, the substance (carrying agent) also acts as source of SWEME with identical characteristics, as SWEME of the original substance. Substance-carrier can be various: from different alloys to various liquids. Some ways of recording of process of the SWEME transfer to the substance-carrier are described, for example by means of EPR spectroscopy. In case of successful transfer the substance-carrier ESR spectrum changes.
Set of phenomena under consideration is proved by the works containing analysis of water exposed to the substances SWEME by means of bioassay technique and natural approach.
In 2009-2011 there were performed the works which have recorded SWEME originating from highly diluted water solutions of DNA of viruses and bacteria [62, 86]. It emerged that these signals are indicative for this species. Upon influence of these signals on pure water it becomes the source of emissions containing specific information about those DNA which solutions have served as the source of original signals . An additional point is that this information can be transferred by electronic means over any distance. In 2012 the group of scientists has published the work  dealing with a signal transfer from retinoic acid solution, well-known differentiation agent, to the growth medium which was further filled by tumor cells. The result was that a medium prepared in such a way has negative influence on malignant cells.
As early as 1988 it was shown that water which has received SWEME from thyroxine in different concentrations has specific effect on tree-frog morphogenesis [66, 67]. This research was repeated by ten other researchers in eight different universities.
Such techniques as thermoluminescent analysis and impedance spectroscopy are used to record change of physical properties of water upon transfer to it the SWEME of substances [69, 91, 92].
The existing scientific studies show that it is high time to conduct large-scale experiments regarding the mentioned phenomena, results of which will be accepted all around the world. The experiments which prove the existence of the mentioned phenomena have already been carried out, but no avalanche of studies followed. It was due to the following reasons:
1. There are not enough stable results obtained in course of investigation of impact of SWEME on various temporary carriers, on water in particular. Different researchers use different methods of SWEME transmission on various substances as temporary carriers, and there are no generally approved methods of such transmission.
2. The investigations of SWEME impact of are carried out by isolated groups of scientists and there is no systematic financing of them.
3. Coordination of the studies in this area is obviously not sufficient, but it’s really necessary taking into account cross-disciplinary type of such studies.
4. The result of the lack of research coordination is that the groups of scientists have insufficient information about other groups’ activities and loss of previously obtained data (even successful).
5. There is no understanding of mechanisms of these phenomena, there are no theoretical basics of the observed results.
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