For the purpose of acquiring an insight into principles of operation of the laser holographic-data converter, which is in fact – quantum bio-computer (Ref 26), works of Denisuk U N on dynamic holography are of particular attraction (Ref 17). He has developed the basics of holographic imaging of material objects, including objects in motion in space-time (for instance Doppler holography).
This is especially important for our theoretical basis and their implementation in apparatus, for organisms – are, from the holography viewpoint, unstable, restless, constantly changing environments. Having employed the principles of Denisuk as a theoretical grounding, it was possible to experimentally prove its applicability to bio-system functioning. This in turn gave a further impulse for developing the theory of management in biological and physical objects by means of utilizing spatial-holographic transmission modulated information, carried out by several means in biological and physical objects. (Ref 2-13, 21). The essence of the phenomena is founded on hypothesis of unity of the wave and material processes, occurring inside closed-looped and open cyclic systems. (Ref 18) Transmission of modulated information/data from the donor to the recipient occurs by means of rectilinearly distributed mutually interpenetration waves, carrying multilayer modulating information.
One of the theoretical groundings for the method of holographic bio-management is the physics-mathematical model used to develop a means of forming non-coherent polarised-dynamic bio-hologram employing the optical properties of the cell’s nucleolus (chromosomes) as spherical lenses (quasi lenses), polarised-optical components in a form of liquid crystals-cholesteric of DNA
Let us review the formalised description of that activity, which is suggested for registration of colour holograms without using lasers (Ref 22). It ought to be pointed out that chromosomes are not to be literally viewed as lasers. The only common theme with lasers (known at present) is the fact that chromosomes are sources of coherent radiation. Applying and adopting the formalism in Ref 22 to the bio-systems, we are about to describe occurring intra-cellular processes. Having done that, we will present mathematical substantiation of efficiency and functionality of non-coherent polarised-holographic amplitude-phase quasi objective (lens) and by that will proceed to explicating the core of the wave management method in organisms, located in the “remote zone”. A bio-system in a sense is a complex arrangement of optically active substances, polarizers, spinning the polarisation planar of the optical rays (radiation) passing through them, the fact which is well known too (Ref 19,27). However the principles of bio-holographic management by means of polarised light beam have been researched by our group.
To substantiate the method of obtaining non-coherent polarised-dynamic hologram (including bio-hologram), formed by the quasi lens, let us present the final formula of light intensity distribution in the hologram registration planar.
In the role of such a component for the work, in the “local zone” for example, practically any metabolit or sub-cellular system may be used, including DNA (Ref 27). - is a distance between the point on bio-donor object and the hologram registration planer of the recipient; - distance from the axial line (passing via the centre of the hologram “registrar”) to the point onto which the light beam falls (originating from the point on the bio-donor);
Holographic transmission function can be defined on the strength of Fourier transformation of the formula #5. The obtained hologram contains complete spatial (voluminous) information as to dimensional characteristics of the object being holographed or as to the spatial distribution of points of the donor’s surface in relation to the hologram registration planar of the recipient. It follows that the solution to our task is analogues to the traditional one. It cab also be appreciated that the above method is distinct in principle from other known interferential methods and represents indisputable advantages.
First of all, together with laser monochromatism and coherence of the light of cellular nucleuses, (similar to the endogenous bio-wave processes and artificial transmission of a signal), dispersion spinning properties of the optically active environment of an organism is used along with dimensional locally-distributed polarised filtration via quasi objective (lens) for performance in the “remote zone”. This is rather sufficient for (in conditions of dynamic donor as instable environment) the recipient will be perceiving wave signal-image of the donor without distortion. The fundamental property of the cellular structures of bio-systems to be optically active, i.e. to polarise the light, perhaps allows organisms to utilise even incoherent light for vibro-resistant registration and reconstruction of their own holograms even without sources of laser light.
This ensues when bio-systems, e.g. plants, utilise for bio-morphogenesis natural sunlight on the entire spectrum from UV to IR light range. Vibro-resistance is defined by the quantity of polarised-optical spinning capacity and, accordingly, the thickness of the optically active environment of the cellular nucleuses for performance in the “local zone”; and the thickness of the optically active environment of quasi-lenses for performance in the “remote zone”. It is known that spinning capacity of certain liquid crystals can reach 40000 degree/mm which when used in holographic information-laser converter (the main component of the quantum bio-computer) is sufficient for its wide range application of this method on the lines of polarised-holographic transmission of genetic-metabolic information and bio-systems’ holographic management.
Considering the proposed mathematical model, we substantiated (mentioned earlier) the model of liquid crystal cellular nucleus (or continuum of nucleuses) as biological quasi lens. IT allowed creating the first bio-holographic device, practically the quantum bio-computer, which performs the following real operations of recipient bio-system’s wave management:
1. Scanning (reading off) the wave genetic-metabolic information equivalent or triggering wave signals of the donor’s bio-system/bio-structure (tissue), which switch on appropriate programmes in the recipient’s bio-system.
2. Transmission of polarised-holographic dynamic modulated information/data by means of specially designed and manufactured quasi-lens/objective from the donor to the recipient located in the “remote zone”.
3. Precise introduction of the information/data into the recipient’s bio-system.
4. Strategic metabolism management of the recipient’s bio-system.
These four operations/functions we demonstrated in Russia (Moscow) in 2000. After that experiments were repeated and confirmed in Canada (Toronto) in 2002. The trial experiments were newly repeated in Russia in more extensive form (in Nijni Novgorod) in 2007. (Ref 24). Following these experiments we have discovered many other bio-phenomena relating to the application of these technologies. (Ref 29) This direction of the research, having originated in The Institute of Management Matters of the Russian Academy of Science, is not restricted only to practical implementation of the first mode of the bio-computer. On the footing of the theory, expounded earlier (Ref 3,4,7-13,25,29) and developed further in this paper mainly by Tirtishni G.G., it is believed that there will be a broad class of quantum bio-computers which will use whole range of coherent probing polarised radiations from UV or IR spectrum.
Experimental verification of the proposed above theory by on the base of unpublished Toronto experiments in 2002. Comparison of the results with the results of the 2007 experiments in Nijni Novgorod. (Ref 24, 29)
Toronto experiments series (full description of the methods is in Ref 24,29)
On the graphs above four series of experiments are represented: four groups (depicted in 4 separate graphs) of rats ill with diabetes (that is the pancreas destroyed by previously injection of alloxan) are irradiated by modulated wideband electromagnetic field containing information/data scanned from “new” bio-tissues of healthy pancreas and spleen of a newborn rat of the same line species. The Y axis represents the blood-sugar level, X axis – number of days from the beginning of the experiment.
The first arrow – day 1 – alloxan injection (200mg/kg), second arrow – day 2 – irradiation by the by modulated wideband electromagnetic field. From the top to bottom:
Group 1 – irradiation by the field at 1 centimetre distance; Group 2 – irradiation by the field at about 3 meter distance; Group 3 – irradiation by the field at about 15 km distance; Group 4 – irradiation by the field at about 15 km distance.
It is evident that by the 9th- 12th days blood-sugar level practically stabilised, returned to its normal level. All 4 groups survived. Opposed to this, an other group (60 rats) where the modulated wideband electromagnetic field irradiation had not been performed 95% of rats did not survive beyond the 7th day. The results of the experiments were statistically analysed in accordance with the Students criteria – discrepancies in the measurements of blood-sugar level within the groups. The measurement is authentic: p<000.1
Dynamics of glucose level fluctuation in the blood and progression of the alloxan diabetes in rats. The rats received an injection of alloxan 200 mg/kg dose followed by the modulated wideband electromagnetic field irradiation from the tissues of pancreas and spleen of newborn rats. Irradiation process was on for 4 days with exposition for 30 min in every day. Distance from the source of the radiation to the object – 70 centimetres. The irradiation regime was: 10 min irradiation time using tissues of the pancreas, then 10 minutes of the spleen tissues, and than again for 10 minutes – pancreas tissues.
The beginning is the day of the alloxan injection. Irradiation day # are: day #3, #4, #5 and #6. The results are identical to those from Toronto.
Effect of the modulated wideband electromagnetic field irradiation on the lethality of the rats (%) after alloxan injection (200 mg/kg for the Group 1; 300mg/kg for the Group3; there are 10 rats in each group) for diabetes modelling. Control Group – includes rats without any experimental influence. The discrepancies of the number of lethality between groups is accurate by Student criterion (p<0001)
It can be seen that the mortality rate in the control group is sharply increasing and by the 3rd day is about 70%. On the 3rd day the Goup 2 and 3 were irradiated by the modulated wideband electromagnetic field. The mortality rate, as it is visible, was zero by the 3rd and 5th day. It reaches 20% by the 6th and 7th day; 30% by the 40th day. The Group 2’s mortality rate is notably different from that of the control group, with steady increase in the mortality rate by the 7th – 40th day. Difference in the mortality rate between Group 2 and 3 can be reasoned by the distance from the irradiation source; for the Group 3 the distance was 70cm whereas for the Group 2 it was about 20m. Furthermore the Group 2 was screened off from the radiation source by the concrete ceiling and walls.
The purpose of the experiments was to observe the effects of preliminary modulated wideband electromagnetic field irradiation of the rats and later injection of alloxan, on progression of the induced diabetes. Four groups (with 20 rats in each) were composed. Group 1 – control group – were not subject to any external artificial influence. Group 2 – was located at 20m distance from the radiation source inside a screened concrete compartment. In this group alloxan diabetes was cased a month later after the last irradiation. Groups 3 and 4 were situated at 70 cm distance from the source. In these groups alloxan diabetes was induced a day later after the last irradiation. Group 4 (placebo) – was exposed to the irradiation with probing empty glasses (in the experiments in between the glasses tissues of the pancreas and spleen were located). The initial day – the day of alloxan injection. Statistical processing of the experiments’ results was performed by means of software “Stastica 6.0”, “MS-Exel” for Windows
Table. Level of glucose in the blood after alloxan injection in a dose of 200mg/kg of the body weight.
* - glucose level in the blood of rats in the Group 3 by the 2nd, 3rd, 4th day. Modelling the alloxan diabetes is different (p<0.05) from the level of glucose in the blood of the rats in Groups 1 and 2 by the 2dn, 3rd, and 4th day, and also is different (p<0.05) from glucose level in the blood from rats in Group 4 by the 2dn day.
** - glucose level in the blood of rats in the Group 1 by the 2nd, 3rd, 4th day is in fact different (p<0.05) from the initial level
*** - glucose level in the blood of rats in the Group 2 by the 2nd, 3rd, 4th day is different (p<0.05) from the initial level
**** - glucose level in the blood of rats in the Group 4 by the 2nd day is different (p<0.05) from the initial level
^ - in Group 4 by the 3rd and 4th day of observance there was one survived rat.
Survival rate (%) in the trial groups when modelling the alloxan diabetes (different representation of the results given in the Table)
Effects of the preventive (preliminary) irradiation on the progression of diabetes induced by alloxan in the Group 3.
Background: alloxan was injected at 200mg/kg dose one day after the preventive irradiation by the modulated wideband electromagnetic field. The irradiation was being effected for 4 days, 30 minutes in each day. Distance from the radiation source – 70 centimetres. The irradiation regime was: 10 min irradiation time using tissues of the pancreas, then 10 minutes of the spleen tissues, and than again for 10 minutes – pancreas tissues. The beginning is the day of the alloxan injection.
Results: it is evident that alloxan does not pathologically affect the glucose metabolism in rats.
Pancreas tissue structure, Langerhans islands:
a – intact rats:
b – Group 1 (control), after alloxan injection of 200mg/kg dose;
c – Group 2 by the 8th day from the day of alloxan injection of 200mg/kg dose. A month prior to the inducing alloxan diabetes, this Group was preventively treated by the irradiation and was located at about 20 meters distance from the source I the basement of the laboratory.
d – Group 2 after 1.5 months after alloxan injection of 200mg/kg dose.
e – Group 3 by the 8th day from the day of alloxan injection of 200mg/kg dose. One day prior to the alloxan injection this group was also preventively treated by the irradiation being located at 70 centimetres distance from the source of radiation.
f – Group 3 after 1.5 months after alloxan injection of 200mg/kg dose
Enlargement: 1 x 400, 1 x 100. Colouring agents: Haematoxylin and Eosin.
Demonstrated Table, graphs and histological analysis distinctly show that preventive irradiation by the modulated wideband electromagnetic field, as opposed to control group and placebo, produce defensive or protective effects against alloxan injections. This finding may mean that a new phenomena of wave immunity has been discovered, that fact which significantly complements the findings hitherto about the modulated wideband electromagnetic field’s capability to trigger regenerative processes of the pancreas in situ.