Molecular Information Transfer
Electromagnetic fields act as modulators of molecular based information transfer, they can intercept and modify the processes of molecular interaction within a human body, in any kind of organism. As an example, the Molecular Information Transfer of the Nucleic Acids in human DNA can be altered, modified or reversed when exposed to programmable broadcasts of electromagnetic fields, such as with ELF’s. As a result electromagnetic fields can be used to control genetic switches or influence bio-chemical pathways and are capable of eliciting a range of effects inside a living organism, as well as in controlled environments or something taking place outside of living organisms. Exposures to electromagnetism affect organisms in both negative and positive ways that are related to physiological processes, and the reaction is also connected to the genetic configuration and the consciousness level of the organism. The organism that has a lowest range of consciousness perception, is generally the most impacted from the impulses coming from the Unconscious Mind. This is another example of how electromagnetic fields can be used for genetic engineering or modification purposes, by interfering with the Bio-Neurology and the body’s natural biological system of information flow and transfer between DNA, RNA and Proteins.
"Living is information processing: from molecules to global systems. We extend the concept that life is an informational phenomenon, at every level of organisation, from molecules to the global ecological system. According to this thesis: (a) living is information processing, in which memory is maintained by both molecular states and ecological states as well as the more obvious nucleic acid coding; (b) this information processing has one overall function - to perpetuate itself; and (c) the processing method is filtration (cognition) of, and synthesis of, information at lower levels to appear at higher levels in complex systems (emergence). We show how information patterns, are united by the creation of mutual context, generating persistent consequences, to result in `functional information'. This constructive process forms arbitrarily large complexes of information, the combined effects of which include the functions of life. Molecules and simple organisms have already been measured in terms of functional information content; we show how quantification may be extended to each level of organisation up to the ecological. In terms of a computer analogy, life is both the data and the program and its biochemical structure is the way the information is embodied. This idea supports the seamless integration of life at all scales with the physical universe. The innovation reported here is essentially to integrate these ideas, basing information on the `general definition' of information, rather than simply the statistics of information, thereby explaining how functional information operates throughout life." Author K. Farnsworth, J.Nelson, C. Gershenson (Submitted on 22 Oct 2012)