Won H Kim*
Department of Biochemisty, Yonsei University Wonju College of Medicine, Wonju, Kangwondo 220-701, Korea, Rep
Received Date: June 15, 2015 Accepted Date: June 16, 2015 Published Date: June 23, 2015
Citation: Kim WH (2015) Digitized 3D wave expressed in 2D space. J Vortex Sci Technol 2:119. doi:10.4172/2090-8369.1000119
Copyright: © 2015 Kim WH. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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Every matter has inherent 3D wave. 3D wave could be separated from a matter and exist in water as a field with the shape of the original matter. If 3D wave separated from a matter to water could exist stably and operate like the matter itself, then the interaction between 3D wave separated from hormone to water and a hormone receptor would be possible, which explains a water memory. In this article, water memory was recorded to computer by passing the light through the solution and expressed in 2D space. Digitization gives great advantage over analogue type water memory, in that it stops deterioration, while 3D wave of the substance transferred to water gradually disintegrates depending on time.
Digitized 3D wave expressed in 2D space could also induce the same physiological reaction as that of original substance. A plastic card containing digitized 3D wave of medically effective substance such as drug or hormone could be carried close to human body to induce physiological effect. It could be also possible to attach card on a water bottle to transfer 3D wave of the specific substance to water. Such digitized 3D wave could be expressed in any 2D space such as on clothes and on walls to affect environment. 3D wave of the substance expressed in 2D space would have wide application.
Memorizing ability of water was utilized in traditional homeopathy and scientifically first investigated by Benveniste and his collegues using homeopathic dilution (vigorously shaken by hard strokes at each dilution) . As biological reaction in the absence of any effective molecules cannot be explained by the conventional theory which focuses only on the structure of water of which the hydrogen bonds last only picoseconds, the results of Benveniste and his collegues sparked many following investigations. The most significant one was the research performed double blind by 4 independent European laboratories in 2004 . The purpose of their double blind test was to disprove ‘water memory’ but instead proved that it was, in fact, true.
Every matter has the inherent wave (3D waves) which is faster than speed of light and is always constantly moving through matter from the rear to the front, directing the matter. 3D wave could be separated from a matter and exist in water as a field with the shape of the original matter . If 3D wave separated from a matter to water could exist stably and operate like the matter itself, then the interaction between 3D wave separated from hormone to water and a hormone receptor (actually 3D wave of the hormone receptor) leading to cellular signal transmission would be possible, which explains water memory.
Benveniste further showed that water memory could be recorded to computer by passing white noise through the solution: an aqueous solution in which molecules were dissolved was put into a copper tub, then white noise was applied to one side of the wall of copper tub and it was recorded from the opposite side of the wall of copper tub using a microphone which can record sound waves of 20 to 20,000 Hz. Benveniste and colleagues confirmed through repeated experiments that, when the recorded sound wave was converted into a vibration signal to vibrate the water using transducer, a physiological reaction was also induced [4-6].
Benveniste even showed that the recorded and digitized sound file could be transferred through email to induce physiological reaction in the far distance  As biological reaction could be regenerated even from the computer recorded digitized signal, he developed his theory under the name Digital Biology . Digital Biology inducing physiological reaction without the presence of any material and digital recording/transmission of the substance wave could be reproduced in other laboratories [9-11] (Figure1).
3D wave of the substance cannot be detected by current scientific technique. However, 3D wave of the substance could be accessible to human senses when it is modulated to human familiar wave pattern such as sound or light. Benveniste used white noise to pick up the 3D wave of the substance. In this article visualization is preferred over the sound.
Homemade electronic device using 7.8 Hz frequency and strong light source with visual range were used to digitize 3D wave of substance. The computer recorded digitized signal of the substance could be expressed as a visual shape in 2D space in a way of printing to plastic card or other flat surface, which should be much easier to use and have wider applications over the white noise .
Digitized 3D wave expressed in 2D space could also induce the same physiological reaction as that of original substance. For example, a plastic card containing digitized 3D wave of medically effective substance such as drug or hormone could be carried close to human body to induce physiological effect. It could be also possible to attach card on a water bottle to transfer 3D wave of the specific substance to water. Such digitized 3D wave could be expressed in any 2D space such as on clothes and on walls to affect environment .
Digitization gives great advantage over analogue type water memory, in that it stops deterioration, while 3D wave of the substance transferred to water gradually disintegrates depending on time.
How could a printed shape in flat surface elicit the same biological reactions as the original substance? It may be possible that digitized 3D wave expressed on plastic card is connected with the original substance through holographic space to form 3D structure around the card.
Hologram refers to the 3D image created by the interference of two kinds of laser beams. The very special characteristic of hologram film is that it generates a whole shape when radiated with laser beam even if the film is cut into small pieces. The difference in shapes from whole film and cut film is just the resolution of image.
Many physicists are suggesting a theory that whole universe is interconnected by holographic principle . In holographic space all points are equal to all others. It is meaningless to separate some position to another. There is no locality in hologram (non-locality). Every particle in holographic space is interconnected in superluminal and super-spatial way creating non-locality.
It is possible that digitized 3D wave expressed in common plastic card is commanding to the space itself (infinite sea of particle with negative mass with superluminal velocity) to form the 3D wave of the original substance around the card through hologram.
3D wave of the substance expressed in 2D space or stored in water could be especially effective in for curing brain disease. Brain is protected by blood brain barrier (BBB) which inhibit drug from outside to pass through brain. For example, serotonin deficiency is related to depression. However, there is no way to put serotonin through brain because serotonin could not pass through BBB. Thus, it is needed to bypass BBB.
SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) class antidepressant drugs are representative bypass drugs and are most widely prescribed currently. They delay the reuptake of serotonin resulting in serotonin persisting longer in brain. Although SSRI class antidepressant drugs are regarded as relatively safe drugs, they have serious side effects such as to increase the risk of suicide and to increase tendency for violence . However, if 3D wave of serotonin itself could be given to patient using digitized 2D card or using memorizing ability of water, we can imagine that it could be an ideal safe drug, as there is no substance causing unwanted side effects like SSRI class.
Other than serotonin virtually every neurotransmitter which cannot pass through BBB could be medically utilized with the digitization technology or using memorizing ability of water.
It is being observed that many patients with diseases related with brain such as depression, anxiety, insomnia, dementia, Parkinson’s disease and even ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and autistic children get improved by carrying digitized 2D card and/ or drinking water with 3D wave of corresponding neurotransmitter [15,16].
We started from water memory and ended up with digitized 3D wave in 2D space creating 3D field around the space. 3D wave of the substance could be separated from original matter and could be modulated to various media. 3D wave of medical effective substance transferred to water, space, and electricity (including electromagnetic wave) can help us maintain health just by changing the environment.
It is like that food as 3D wave of the substance to be contained in a variety of dishes, which are water, space and electricity. The substance itself might be one of the containers for carrying the 3D wave of the substance (maybe the best container).
Characteristics of 3D wave
Characteristics of 3D wave of the matter can be summarized as the following:
1) Every matter has accompanying 3D wave.
2) 3D wave can exist without matter, but not in opposite way.
3) 3D wave of the matter can be transferred to water via physical stimulation
4) 3D wave of the matter in water interact with other matter.
5) Signal transduction of cell is via interaction between 3D waves.
6) 3D wave can be transferred to variety of other media than water.
7) The matter is the best medium for the corresponding 3D wave.
8) 3D wave of the matter can be digitized.
9) Digitized 3D wave expressed in 2D space shows same functionality of the matter.
10) Digitized 3D wave can be modulated to electricity
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