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Brizhik L.S.,NASU Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics | Del Giudice E.,IIB | Tedeschi A.,WHITE HB | Voeikov V.L.,IIB | Voeikov V.L.,Moscow State University
Ecological Modelling | Year: 2011

Living organisms and ecosystems have been shown to be sensitive to very weak signals originating very far away. The dynamics governing these phenomena is discussed in the framework of Quantum Field Theory. This phenomenon gives an indication on the dynamics responsible for the exchange of information in ecosystems. The peculiar role of coherent water is stressed. It is shown that energy is able to travel in a coherent medium in form of solitons, without any losses. © 2011 Elsevier B.V. Source

Del Giudice E.,International Institute of Biophotonics IIB | Tedeschi A.,WHITE HB
International Journal of Design and Nature and Ecodynamics | Year: 2011

The emergence of beauty and emotions from matter is discussed in the framework of modern Quantum Physics. The artistic experience is connected with a resonant interaction between subjects and objects, which is made possible by the quantum property of all bodies to fluctuate. © 2011 WIT Press. Source

Tedeschi A.,WHITE HB
International Journal of Design and Nature and Ecodynamics | Year: 2010

Water is the main component of living matter and is also the main responsible of its self-organizing capabilities. The interaction between water and biomolecules changes in turn the internal structure of water, so that living water has different physical properties than normal water. In the present paper experimental corroboration of this property is provided. Vegetal leaves are triturated and suspended in water; the irritation produced by the cutting induces an intense electromagnetic activity that transforms the structure of water, giving rise to the imprinting of the particular biological process that has occurred. Experimental evidence of the changes of thermodynamic properties of the imprinted water is presented. This property of water could play a role in ecosystem organization. © 2010 WIT Press. Source

Plankar M.,Institute Bion | Plankar M.,University of Ljubljana | Del Giudice E.,National Institute of Nuclear Physics, Italy | Tedeschi A.,WHITE HB | Jerman I.,Institute Bion
Theoretical Biology Forum | Year: 2012

Theories of cancer origin are going through a paradigm shift, opening cancer research to new hypotheses. Accumulating evidence from the tissue microenvironment research, from bioenergetics, epigenetics, systems biology and thermodynamics tends to converge in characterising cancer as essentially a genetically non-deterministic disease. Instead, it is characterised by progressive disorganisation at a variety of organisational levels, from the genome and metabolic networks, to tissue integrity. As biological self-organisation is fuelled by the continuous supply of energy and information, these represent systemic roots of cancer origin, when compromised. The coherence of molecular dynamics has been recognised as an organising principle behind the long-range coordination of biological processes which can explain the remarkable efficiency of biological systems. Recent methodological advances have enabled the rapid accumulation of experimental evidence pointing to coherence as indeed playing an active role in mediating the flow of energy and information in diverse molecular systems, which is sufficient reason to apply it to a systems view on cancer development. We review theoretical models of how impaired coherence dynamics could lead to cancer as well as propose a new hypothesis based on the quantum electrodynamic theory of coherence. We discuss how the concept of coherence could connect different aspects of cancer and possibly represent their underlying theoretical framework, thus combining biological and physical approaches to understanding this complex pathology. Source

Montagnier L.,World Foundation for AIDS Research and Prevention UNESCO | Montagnier L.,Nanectis Biotechnologies S.A. | Aissa J.,Nanectis Biotechnologies S.A. | Giudice E.D.,International Institute for Biophotonics | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Physics: Conference Series | Year: 2011

Some bacterial and viral DNA sequences have been found to induce low frequency electromagnetic waves in high aqueous dilutions. This phenomenon appears to be triggered by the ambient electromagnetic background of very low frequency. We discuss this phenomenon in the framework of quantum field theory. A scheme able to account for the observations is proposed. The reported phenomenon could allow to develop highly sensitive detection systems for chronic bacterial and viral infections. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd. Source

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