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Bacteria Might Communicate Using Radio Waves.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-21-2019 01:18 PM)
Macrocosm bigger than our galaxy, microcosm smaller than a cell, now, imagine if the solar system is not unlike an atom, with its nucleus an planets as electrons, now imagine your every atom is a solar system, infinity up, infinity down

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I think the political bacteria has infested the forum:(


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Was this already known for awhile. All living organisms are responsive to RW's, so how is this not classified as just auto-responses shared between two living organisms in a semi-symbiotic relationship? I must have missed something, because scientifically wouldn't communication have to show a "progression" of the "conversation"?

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Sistah  Wrote: (07-21-2019 07:39 AM)
Radio Wave bacteria are clearly more intelligent than Humans.
It's evolution, or billions of years, or God, or whatever, that is so smart. Mankind cannot make a tulip.
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W/ new quantum findings we might find that "no waves" are necessary to communicate since in reality every event is happening at the same exact point of singularity.-- "space" and "distance" are illusions (there is no "out there" out there), therefore communication can be instantaneous.
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You think they also go on and on about racism and gay marriage while their leaders kill whole bodies?
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Thank you for posting this OP, it is time we put to scientific trials devices such as the Rife machine -

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We truly are not the dominate species of this planet.

A tiny bacteria could wipe us all put at anytime.

This world is hostile to us. To all animal life. We are not of this planet, if we were we would have evolved ib had money with bacteria since we came from it
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Doubt it. What would they say to each other? They don't produce sexually so don't need to attract a mate. Don't have a nervous system. "He dude how's it going?"
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Sistah  Wrote: (07-21-2019 07:21 AM)
New findings by researchers at Northeastern University in Boston shows that single-celled bacteria such as E. coli might communicate “within a community” using similar radio waves to those used in AM and FM radio transmissions.

The research revolves around a feature called circular DNA (DNA loops), which is found in simple organisms like viruses and bacteria. As free electrons move around these loops, a radio wave can be produced — and as quantum objects, these electrons can also take on different energy levels. It is posited that these two factors could allow bacteria to transmit radio waves at frequencies of 0.5, 1 and 1.5KHz.

The idea of bacteria emitting radio waves isn’t new. In 2009, Luc Montagnier published one of the most controversial studies of all time — it kind of proved homeopathy — but critics pointed out that single-celled organisms lacked the ability to create radio waves, casting a dark shadow of doubt over Montagnier’s research. Today’s findings put Montagnier’s work, and homeopathy’s efficacy, back in the realm of reality.

More importantly, though, if simple organisms can communicate using radio waves — and have been communicating using radio waves for billions of years — it would shake the entire bedrock of modern science. Montagnier’s work suggests that cells can send electromagnetic imprints of itself to other, remote cells, but why stop there? If human cells also communicate using radio waves, we might be able to create a digital, silicon-based interface for ‘hacking’ our physiological infrastructure. Furthermore, depending on the range of a cell’s wireless communication range, this new finding might even go some way to explaining ‘fringe sciences’ like telepathy and clairvoyance.

The most most immediate implications are in the realm of medicine, though. HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, also has circular DNA — and if we can communicate with HIV, then we can probably control it, too.


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I tuned in to 1.5kHZ on my shortwave and I heard no bacteria talk
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RadioBio

Dr. Michael Fiddy
The RadioBio program aims to establish whether functional signaling via electromagnetic waves between biological cells exists and, if it does, to determine what mechanisms are involved and what information is being transferred. The program seeks to determine the validity of electromagnetic biosignaling claims and, where evidence exists, understand how the structure and function of these natural “antennas” are capable of generating and receiving information in a noisy, cluttered electromagnetic environment.

https://www.darpa.mil/program/radiobio

We already know that DNA is a fractal rectenna transceiver.

And we know that DNA communicates with mitichondria via coherent and non coherent ultraviolet biophotons within and without microtubule fiber optic networks.

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Good thing 5G will use up every single frequency in the rf spectrum, because we wouldn't want any intracellular biology to occur without interference by dunce fones.

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Humans are the most humane species because at least one species had to be humane to take care of all the rest.

Nature knows what she's doing.

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Aren't telepathic , remote viewing , and mind controlling beings microscopic and quantum ?

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