Hans J. H. Geesink1, Igor Jerman2, and Dirk K. F. Meijer3
1Biophysics Group, Loon op Zand, The Netherlands; 2Bion Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia; and 3University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands
Keywords: Water molecules, water clusters, quantum coherence, coherence/decoherence balance, fractal networks, Bose-Einstein Condensate, Pythagorean-scale, algorithm, semi-harmonic quantum biology, electromagnetic frequencies, GM-scale, toroidal model.
Submitted: July 15, 2019; Revised: January 23, 2020; Accepted: February 26, 2020; Published: April 16, 2020; Available Online: April 16, 2020.
This paper addresses the question whether electromagnetic frequencies associated with pure water are similar to those of biological systems. A literature survey was performed on intrinsic frequencies of water molecules measured across the electromagnetic spectrum using various spectroscopic technologies. The registered frequencies were plotted on an algorithmic generalized music (GM) scale, described by a quantum entangled wave function, and compared with earlier detected electromagnetic frequency patterns revealed in various biological systems. The meta-analysis shows that semi-harmonic frequency patterns found in purified water are very similar to those found in biological systems. A meta-analysis of about 700 measured frequencies of pure water shows that 192 subsequent first and second derivatives of spectral frequency curves of water molecules can be precisely positioned at the proposed lines of the calculated pattern of coherent eigenfrequencies with an error of 0.45% and statistical significance of p < 0.02. A new order parameter characteristic for water molecule assembly has been revealed, which implies quantum coherency and entanglement. This is in line with the already evidenced and published universal order that we called the GM-scale. Following these findings, we may assume that water molecule assembly shows electromagnetic and electronic collective states that contain “quantum imprints or molds” for living cells. A potential explanation for this feature is that water molecules are ordered in a partially distorted tetrahedral geometry, which yields a specific network structure. Since water molecules have a comparable distribution of coherent electromagnetic field (EMF) bands to that of fluid assemblies in living cells, a resonant wave interaction is expected between the cytoplasm and surrounding water molecules. Evidence of a new quantum wave equation of coherence for water molecules has been found, that is defined as a physical principle: En= ħ ωref 2n+p 3m.