Electrostatic fields may trigger evolution

Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have found that the calmodulin protein molecule possesses an internal “jitter” that shakes it billions of times per second.”

Ionic transport structure in a typical cell membrane. Credit: Geoffrey M. Cooper.

30 Jun 10 – According to Dr. Joshua Wand, “The situation is akin to the discussion in astrophysics in which theoreticians predict that there is dark matter, or energy, that no one has yet seen.”

Where does that energy come from?

At this time no one knows. But it seems likely, based on research with electrostatic fields on various organisms, that there is an electrical component to the source, says this article on www.thunderbolts.info. Cell walls are arranged in a double layer configuration with positive and negative ion channels built-in.

New species created by an electric field

A book called The Primeval Code (Der Urzeit-Code) was recently published in Switzerland, the thunderbolts article continues. The book details experiments that demonstrate how a changing electric field can alter gametes so much that new species are created.

According to author Luc Bürgin, “In laboratory experiments the researchers there Dr. Guido Ebner and Heinz Schürch exposed cereal seeds and fish eggs to an ‘electrostatic field’ – in other words, to a high voltage field, in which no current flows.

Unexpectedly primeval organisms grew out of these seeds and eggs: a fern that no botanist was able to identify; primeval corn with up to 12 ears per stalk; wheat ready to be harvested in just 4 to 6 weeks. And giant trout, extinct in Europe for 130 years.

It was as if these organisms accessed their own genetic memories on command in the electric field, a phenomenon, which the English biochemist, Rupert Sheldrake, for instance believes is possible.”

Electric plasma permeates the entire universe

The Thunderbolts article then speaks of the electric plasma that permeates the entire universe.

Plasma is self-organizing, the article continues, in that collections of charged particles can isolate themselves from their surroundings in ways that are similar to biological systems. “A cell membrane could be thought of as a Langmuir plasma sheath, sustaining a voltage difference between the negatively charged interior and the positively charged exterior. Electric currents most likely maintain charge separation across the membrane layers.”

Somehow, Earth’s electrical properties must have been substantially altered when other highly charged objects or ionic clouds passed close to our plasmasphere.

Electromagnetic fields transmuted biological organisms

“Intense electric fields swept across the surface of the Earth, creating powerful electromagnetic fields that could have transmuted biological organisms in the same way that they changed the atomic structure of elements and minerals. The famous Miller-Urey experiment demonstrated that inorganic compounds exposed to electric currents can be altered to form organic chemicals like amino acids.”

Creating new forms of life

“Given the report in “The Primeval Code,” it would not be too great a stretch to think that electric currents might cause proteins to shake at varying rates, thus changing their behavior, or triggering morphic fields to change state, creating new forms of life. Symbiosis, a longtime thorn in the side of evolutionary biology, might find its genesis in electricity.”

This theory makes a lot of sense to me. My main difference of opinion is that I don’t think we need an outside force – such as a meteor, or another planet somehow moving closer to earth – to create the disturbance in the Earth’s electrical properties.

I think such a disturbance could be generated from within
during a magnetic reversal.

See entire article:
Thanks to Laura Davis for this link

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