June 28, 2009

Beings of Light - DNA Series Part 4

First of all, I would like to apologize to all of you for missing the Friday deadline. I have no excuse except that I was away on a business trip and our bi-weekly rendezvous completely skipped my mind. Hontoni gomenasai!
Last time, I mentioned how our DNA actually acts like some super conductor, the power for the incredible machine that are humans. In my post-scriptum, I’d started a sort of contest to see if any of you would know what else our DNA reacts to/with/whatever. Unfortunately, turns out no one was interested enough in it to venture a guess. Zannen desu. But oh well, you all still get another post from me, I won’t be so easily discouraged :D

Dakara. . .
Let’s move on to the next topic, which I think is just as interesting. Which is that our DNA actually reacts with light.

Yep, you’ve heard me right. (I know, I’m really excited about this topic as well!)

“Russian scientists have had a long history of looking at DNA in a . . .holistic fashion. Rather than just regarding it as a chemical structure, they have researched its vibrational and electrical qualities. Understanding that light is vital to life, they have discovered that the DNA molecule responds to photons of light. They claim it actually receives, harmonises, stores and transmits light - mainly in the blue part of the colored spectrum that we see in a rainbow.” (The Human Antenna, Dr. Robin Kelly)

Pretty crazy stuff, huh? I mean, don’t you feel like we’re in a Star Trek episode right now?

Jitsuwa it doesn’t seem that farfetched to me. Or the concept, at least. After all, wouldn’t this explain the hole aura notion? If our DNA can interact with light and even transmit it, then it would explain why our bodies have a double: one made entirely of light.

Mochiron, I have no idea how this transmits into different colors as well (aren’t auras supposed to have different hues?). Except that there’s a whole spectrum of colors associated with different frequencies of light, so maybe depending on our moods or health, the frequency of our DNA could potentially change the frequency of the light it emits, thereby changing the color of our aura?

Oh, ima sugoi meian ga ukandazo!
What if we could actually control that, so perfectly that we actually can cast a double of ourselves elsewhere? I mean, what if we could vary the vibrations of the light we transmit so that it’s projected away from us in a shape that looks exactly like us? Waah, that would be SO cool! Imagine all the possibilities associated with it. If I’d known how to do that before, I’d definitely have played lots of tricks on my brother and parents while growing up. Or. . . perhaps I could use it to pretend I’m at work, when in fact I’m lounging on the beach :p

Sore yori, that’s something to think about, ne?

Kimi no iken o kikasete kudasai!


PS: Yes, I’ve used this blog post to practice a little Japanese. Doesn’t it make it more fun to read?

PS2: OK, fine. No need to get angry. Here’s the translation for all the Japanese words/sentences used. No need to get violent now!
1) I’m truly sorry!
2) It’s too bad.
3) Therefore. . .
4) To tell the truth
5) Of course,
6) Oh, I just came with a great idea!
7) Anyway,
8) right?
9) Let me know what you think!

PS3: Wow! I had no idea I’d used so much Japanese. Must mean I’m learning somewhat. Hontoni ureshii!

PS4: I put the last picture here because I thought it looked really cool :)

June 12, 2009

Billions of Powerhouses Within Ourselves - DNA Series Part 3

In the last post, I talked about how emotions can alter our own DNA as well as that of others. (So please, be kind when you read this blog and only project good thoughts :) )

Today, I’m going to keep it short and, hopefully, sweet.

Huhuummm. ~Clears throat~

Everyone knows that our DNA’s a nucleic acid that contains the genetic instructions used in the development of functioning of all known living organisms and some viruses, which works as a long-term information holder and is composed of sequences of nucleotides: adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C), and thymine (T).

Okay, I actually cheated, I got all of that off of Wikipedia.

Still though, we all sort of have an idea of some kind of concept of an understanding of what DNA is. Right?


But I bet not many of you know that it actually, “under certain conditions behaves as a superconductor.” (The Human Antenna, Dr. Robin Kelly).

Yep, that’s right. Maybe that’s why we sometimes attract lightning upon ourselves, do you think? Or is it just because we’re mainly vertical creatures? You know, now I really wonder why we get struck by lightning. Anyone know?

Anyways, superconductors conduct electricity without resistance below a certain temperature, thereby reducing energy loss. Once set in motion, the current will flow forever in a closed loop made out of a superconductor (you can learn more about superconductors here).

You see, pretty nifty stuff, huh? (Even though I have no idea what they use those for. Electric appliances? Hmm, not sure I’d want a vacuum cleaner that never stops. . .)

“Because superconductors conduct electricity so efficiently, the magnetic fields generated around them are huge. . .. [And] when DNA is extracted from a living being, dried and added to a superconducting compound in the laboratory, it appears to enhance that compound’s superconductivity at the temperature nature prefers.” (The Human Antenna, Dr. Robin Kelly).

So basically, our DNA turns superconductors into megasuperconductors. Amazing, right? We have AMAZING bodies! I think the Matrix got it right: we should harness the electricity our cells produce, it would be way so much greener than ANYTHING else, right? So, you’d have a plug at the base of your skull, and then plug all your appliances there: already mentioned vacuum cleaner, computer, car. . . The possibilities are endless!

But that’s not all. No sirree! It doesn’t just react with electricity, but with something waaaaaaaaaaaay more awesome too!

But that’s going to be the subject of the next blog.

See, I told you this one would be short, huh?

All right, off to have some fun :)


PS: OK, here’s a hint of what else it reacts with, so you can have an inkling of what I’m going to talk about next: you see it every day.
Ha! Try to figure that one out (you can leave your guess(es) in the comments section below).