"Water-Borne Electromagnetic Signals: the Heart of Homeopathy and Spark of Life"
Dr Jacques Benveniste and Didier Guillonnet, Digital Biology Laboratory, Paris, France. June 2002
Our present research follows what has been named "the memory of water". First we empirically observed that highly dilute (i.e. in the absence of any physical molecule) biological agents triggered relevant biological systems. Some of these experiments were reproduced in three external laboratories who cosigned an article on the subject (Nature, 1988, 333, 816-818). Next, blind experiments with an external team (C.N.R.S.-Meudon, France) showed that the activity of highly dilute agonists were abolished by an oscillating magnetic field which had no comparable effect on the genuine molecules. Later, several hundred experiments have confirmed our ability to transfer to water, using an amplifier (Medical Hypotheses, 2000, 54, 33-39), the specific molecular activity of more than 50 substances, such as physiological and pharmacological agonists, antibodies (purified or in whole serum), antigens and even the specific signal of bacteria. In our most recent experiments, we digitally recorded (sampling 44 kHz) specific biological activities on a computer. When "replayed" to water, plasma, target organs, cells, or to an antigen‑antibody reaction, the recorded signal induces an effect characteristic of the original substance. (далее ...)