ELECTRIC PROTEINS AT THE DOORS OF THE CELL
by Eugenio Lepine
The electromagnetic forces of the human body are more than just the electric transmission that happens in the nervous system. A paradigm shift involves recognizing the electric proteins, or electromagnetic properties of some or maybe all of them. This opens the door to many energy/information highways inside the body.
ELECTRIC CONDUCTANCE THROUGH A PROTEIN
Stuart Lindsay and colleagues from 3 departments at the Arizona State University, along with István Csabai and Gábor Vattay from Budapest, positively measured electric conductance through a protein. This study is still not published but is already as a manuscript, and its title is Observation of Giant Conductance Fluctuations in a Protein.
This achievement was done over an isolated integrin protein, which in the human body is found at the outer wall of the cell membrane. The technique used implies state-of-the-art devices behind a very specific protocol, in order to achieve what is known as electronic sequencing by recognition.
There are many theories, concepts, and paradigm shifts benefiting from the results of this study. According to Ampère’s Law, a tiny current that goes through a protein, produces a tiny magnetic field. This tiny field then organizes to its surroundings and produce the biofields surrounding organs, tissues, systems and finally the overall electromagnetic human field, or human biofield.
This results also prove that meridians and acupuncture points are highways of information whose type of energy is precisely electromagnetic.
ELECTRICITY AT THE CELL’S DOORS
The fact that this integrin is located at the outer wall of the cell membrane, adds more knowledge about energy/information transfer. Traditionally, transmission of information across the membrane is done by specific proteins (mostly known as channels), therefore neglecting other types of energy/information transfer, as extremely low frequencies or electromagnetic stimuli.
The presence of conductive proteins in the outer wall permits the transfer of electric information all the way through the cell membrane and reaches the inside. According to Dr. James Oschman’s Living Matrix concept, this information gets even to the nucleus of any given cell.
SEARCHING FOR THE MECHANISM OF CURRENT FLOW
This study demonstrates the flow of electric current through a protein, but the type and nature of the electric flow is still unknown in this case. Albert Szent-Györgyi (Hungarian researcher and Nobel Prize winner) was the first one to propose the electric nature of certain proteins, specifically he postulated that proteins acts as electric semiconductors.
Other option would be proton jump conduction; which is the sequence of jumps of hydrogen ions through the molecule, but the authors think this is unlikely. A very interesting possibility that the authors mention is Coherent Transport and Quantum Criticality, this one reinforcing the Orch-OR Theory created by Stuart Hameroff and Roger Penrose, in which the microtubules inside the neurons act as quantum processors.
These results are confirming the electromagnetic properties of the human body that Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda already recognize. It is taking a while for western society to absorb this concept. Fortunately, science is helping us understand this phenomenon.