Does DNA Have Telepathic Properties?-A Galaxy Classic

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July 22, 2008

Does DNA Have Telepathic Properties?-A Galaxy Classic

Dna47_3_2 DNA has been found to have a bizarre ability to put itself together, even at a distance, when according to known science it shouldn't be able to. Explanation: None, at least not yet.

Scientists are reporting evidence that contrary to our current beliefs about what is possible, intact double-stranded DNA has the “amazing” ability to recognize similarities in other DNA strands from a distance. Somehow they are able to identify one another, and the tiny bits of genetic material tend to congregate with similar DNA. The recognition of similar sequences in DNA’s chemical subunits, occurs in a way unrecognized by science. There is no known reason why the DNA is able to combine the way it does, and from a current theoretical standpoint this feat should be chemically impossible.

Even so, the research published in ACS’ Journal of Physical Chemistry B, shows very clearly that homology recognition between sequences of several hundred nucleotides occurs without physical contact or presence of proteins. Double helixes of DNA can recognize matching molecules from a distance and then gather together, all seemingly without help from any other molecules or chemical signals.

In the study, scientists observed the behavior of fluorescently tagged DNA strands placed in water that contained no proteins or other material that could interfere with the experiment. Strands with identical nucleotide sequences were about twice as likely to gather together as DNA strands with different sequences. No one knows how individual DNA strands could possibly be communicating in this way, yet somehow they do. The “telepathic” effect is a source of wonder and amazement for scientists.

“Amazingly, the forces responsible for the sequence recognition can reach across more than one nanometer of water separating the surfaces of the nearest neighbor DNA,” said the authors Geoff S. Baldwin, Sergey Leikin, John M. Seddon, and Alexei A. Kornyshev and colleagues.

This recognition effect may help increase the accuracy and efficiency of the homologous recombination of genes, which is a process responsible for DNA repair, evolution, and genetic diversity. The new findings may also shed light on ways to avoid recombination errors, which are factors in cancer, aging, and other health issues.

Posted by Rebecca Sato.

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Source: ACS’ Journal of Physical Chemistry B

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CNRS pubication
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) based nonlinear optics
Résumé / Abstract
Highly purified deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) was isolated from salmon and scallop sperm by an enzymatic isolation process. Characterization of the optical and electromagnetic properties of DNA suggested suitability for optical waveguide applications. One of characteristic features of DNA we discovered was an intercalation of aromatic compounds into stacked layers within the double helix of DNA molecules. We found that various optical dyes inserted into the double helix of DNA molecules render optical waveguide films of dye-intercalated DNA suitable for active photonic devices. Our investigation includes intercalation of fluorescent dyes, photochromic dyes, nonlinear optic chromophores, two photon dyes and rare earth compounds into DNA comparing results with poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) based materials.

Freudian slip of the pen...

Strands with identical nucleotide sequences in water will vibrate at the same chain vibration modes. These characteristic phonons may be exhanged by the water between the nucleotide sequences. Resonance effects may be the reason for the "recognition effect".

So, DNA uses sight, smell, and touch?

RE: Do you think you're somehow better because you don't believe in God? Why yes, yes I do.

"I don't know, nobody knows, so let's tribute the explanation to an invisible man! makes perfect sense."

Don't be so foolish.

Science doesn't work this way... real scientists don't default to a god when they can't find an answer.

If Einstein's theory was wrong, we wouldn't default to Newton's theory...

Grow up.

I guess it's just what we suspected all the time - believers will find any yet unexplained simple physical/biologic process as a prove that "god" exists. The sum of the angles in a triangle is 180 degrees? hallelujah! That's evidence for miracles.
If man can not comprehend something => man lacks intellect capacity, logic, knowledge or tools to comprehend it, not => unicorns are real!
Those who have the slightest idea about science should comment on science articles, those who prefer to hope they were created from clay in a mythical garden by a supernatural man, should comment on mythology articles.

Cooperville,

Being a chemist and a man that never used to be a Christian, I would have to say your article is awesome!!!!

I challenge the people that don't believe in God to honestly look at this earth and all the massive unanswered questions and if you can't tell me the means for special creation are not evident and that a big bang happened instead, seriously, look at the clues. More importantly, look at the historicity of the bible and the information on the "Dead Sea Scrolls".. There are three scientists over time that publicly tried to prove that God didn't exist actually. Google it. You will find that all of these people became believers and followers of Christ. Look up how many copies of the bible have been produced compared to every book on earth.

Oh, and by the way, someone was talking about faith in science compared to faith in God. You got that all wrong. You see, the definition of Faith=a belief in the value, truth, or trust worthiness of someone or something, belief and trust in God, the scriptures, or other religious writings, a sustem of religious beliefs.

Faith is God's word. A belief in TRUTH!!!
Jesus is the way, the truth, and the light...
Cooperville, your awesome!

Paul, you already assume the existence of a creator when you say "the means for special creation". You can't postulate the existence of something/somebody who's existence you try to prove.
"There are three scientists over time that publicly tried to prove that God didn't exist actually. Google it." If one googles the word 'bread' will find everything from ancient myths of fertility to porn. Google is not a trustful source of information.
"You will find that all of these people became believers and followers of Christ." Can you give us actual examples of serious scientists who did so? Which was their argument for this change, if it is true? Where are their works and which was their contribution to science?
And by the way, science does not requite 'faith'. One doesn't 'believe' for example in electricity, but has clear proves and explanations that it exists, knows how it's manifested and how can be used. Experiments were made and the data is available for everybody to study and understand electricity. This can be applied to all science. Faith is not a method of investigation.

alehandro, einstein was an atheist. you are a retard.

K: "Cooperville, your awesome!"

i rest my case.

Hello....
Everything and anything IS possible...GOD!
Also does anyone remember Royal Raymond Rife?

G=E=M
To understand my explanation remember that everything is made of the same stuff. Energy and matter are one in the same and gravity is an unexplained form of energy.

Gravity is the equal and opposite reaction to Energy, it is the recycling of Energy back into Matter. Energy is required to move matter, but where does the energy go as the matter loses it?

Gravity is the force that pulls ALL matter together and back into it's original state. It seemingly dissipates at greater distances, this is true however it never truly disappears.
The reason is because as matter moves through any space the energy lost leaves a trail of matter kind of like footprints.
Every piece of matter regardless of how small has its own gravitational pull. So the trail left by the moving object is the elastic to which it is all
pulled back together. It explains why the force of gravity dissipates as the abundance of matter does. There are many different stages of matter and they all are trying to become the same thing which I believe is the substance of the big bang. But because Matter does not skip stages it causes two pieces of matter that are the same to be attracted to another more so then one of similar chemical composition. However similar materials would settle together or layer themselves according to mass and density. It's the reason water and oil won't mix, but other substances can.

Now apply this to this mystery of DNA and it explains how it can recombine over distances. As for why it recombines the way it does, its as simple as understanding that you can't complete a puzzle unless all the pieces fit. As all the pieces are
brought back together, they simply fall into where they fit. I suspect that if scientists truly had the ability to separate the strands in the exact same spot they would be able to interchange without bias. However there are pieces smaller then we can see
that obviously won't fit together as easy as the original strand in most cases. So because they are made of similar chemical compositions, or
the exact same compositions they will be naturally attracted to each other.

This all said it can not logically be telepathy but instead just the natural force of gravity. Assuming I am right that is.

So my theory, is simple, Gravity=Energy=Matter.

Just wanted to add to whoever said Einstein was an atheist, i thought the whole reason for his theory of everything was and I quote "To understand the mind of God". Hardly seems like the thing a true atheist would say.

Klaatu Barada Niktu.

Yeah, I'm about tired of all the religious idiots trying to comment on things that they don't and never will understand.

I tutor university-level biology and genetics courses, and one day I overheard a student in another group say something like "I HATE this about biology. The whole purpose of biology is to disprove the existence of God."

No. You'd be just as correct saying that the whole purpose of an earthquake is to destroy buildings. Yeah, it happens. But don't flatter yourself; the earth would be rumbling whether you or your buildings are around to feel it.

Now when your "buildings" are hurting yourself, your children, and other people, and other peoples "buildings" are convincing them to fly airplanes into skyscrapers... Then the "buildings" need to come down, whether from Biology, Society, or your own stumpy common sense.

Genetics explains religion in MANY other ways.. so those who shoot this down can shoot it down all they want... Science had found that mitochondria acts as a direct counter and link between child and mother, to the previous mother, and their previous mother and so on... and thought GENETICS and a Project funded by NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, they have proven that all females have indeed come from 1 single female. They have PROVED that with genetics.. they have also proved that there were a total of 6 species of humans and the only one left are the ones that were originally decent of the African region for the past 100,000 years. (I'm Caucasian) but they have PROVED genetically that all females come from 1 single female ultimately and that it came from the African region.... can we can CREATION?! Garden of Eden area!?!? So argue science all you want.. but its always nice when science proves to legitimize ones faith, whatever that religion may be!

~Doc Remedy

www.myspace.com/DocRem

Magnets and the earths orbit defy GRAVITY EVERY DAY! Gravity is not proven... it's an idea to explain what we can't.. and we gave it laws base don its characteristics... i suggest reading the book "The Final Theory" Cale....

If gravity is the equal and opposite of energy... than how do you explain Coral Castle and the creators explanation on how he built it all?!

This article itself is VERY interesting! The invisible bond between DNA....they have also done studies with DNA extracting it from a host.. and separated the host and the DNA in separate rooms inducing them both to the same conditions that may drastically effect mood or the state of the persons mood and up to 20 miles away both the host and it's DNA have had IMMEDIATE changes to the structural responses to the conditions changes in each room... THERE WAS NO LAG TIME... instant change in both he hosts DNA and the DNA separated from the host... they suggest that some invisible force bonds us to our DNA and whatever the force is, its instant with no travel speed or lag time...

~Doc Remedy

Some 40 plus years ago I remember that someone proposed that matching chromosomes are attracted to each other simply because they are the same size and shape. There Brownian motion would be the driving force. Supporting this hypothesis is the observation that cylinders of equal length suspended in water tend to line up side by side when the solution is randomly stirred. This hydrodynamic theory was incorrect for chromosomes but perhaps there is a lining up of similar sections of dsDNA in solution due to hydrodynamic interaction.

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