A recent “breaking news” appeared on many science and entertainment blogs that involved Nobel prize winning scientist, Luc Montagnier’s theory on DNA teleportation.
Montagnier reported that in the experiment, he used a tube with plain water and an another other tube with 100-based long DNA (along with some controls tubes). To these, he applied electromagnetic radiation and performed PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction – to increase numbers of DNA copies using enzymes and free nucleotides) on both tubes to see if anything happened. The results were “amazing” since copies of DNA strands appeared in the plain water tube, which had no physical contact with the DNA filled tube. This means that the DNA in the first tube was able to teleport into the empty tube with the help of electromagnetic radiation.
All of this reminded me of the ancient theory of TELEGONY that was accepted among our ancestors.
What is Telegony? It was first scientifically acknowledged in the nineteenth century but it was probably more widely used since Sumer, Babylon and Judaic (Biblical) times. It is a heredity theory that states that offsprings can inherit characteristics of the previous mate of the female parent. Generally speaking, if a woman had a child from one man, then later on, she had a child from another man, the second child will have “ghost” physical and genetic characteristics of the first man. This second child might look like its father and mother but his personality can resemble that of his mother’s first partner.
Let’s go for little more history. In the 19th century, Charles Darwin cited Lord Morton’s mare, where the breeding of a white mare with a wild quagga horse (zebra-like stripes on the horse) did not produce any offspring’s. But later on the same white mare was bred with a white stallion and the offspring had zebra like stripes. However, all too soon this story was forgotten and “disproved” on the basis of dominant/recessive genes interplay. But this theory is alive in well amongst dog breeders; for more information on this, how specific are breeders with their dogs’ genealogy.
Old Article about it : http://jhered.oxfordjournals.org/content/5/9/389.full.pdf
Later on in the 1980s, the Soviets decided to play with DNA :) and this was when the “Phantom DNA theory” was explored again. A biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev et al explored “the vibrational behavior of DNA.” “Living chromosomes function just like a holographic computer using endogenous DNA laser radiation. This means that they managed, for example, to modulate certain frequency patterns (sound) onto a laser-like ray which influenced DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself.” So instead of repairing a defective gene, you use any type of radiation to affect a the whole process of metabolism.
More about that: http://www.fosar-bludorf.com/archiv/biochip_eng.htm
I think you all now see indirect link between these effects now, also, keep in mind that we will hear about it more often, since research on the subject is resurrecting.