Very brief note on TETRA Emissions, by Dr Chris Barnes, email Chris@drchrisbarnes.co.uk 1st published without full reference list January 2017.
A brand new hypothesis which significantly extends the ground breaking work of Geesink and Meijer in biological evolution by considering not only our quantum origins at the surface of hydrated clathrates but in also considering the other external frequencies our ancestral RNA/DNA was bathed in, which accounts for most, possibly all, of the prevoius paradoxes in the interaction of athermal RF radiation and cancer is developed. In an earlier paper I concluded that TETRA base station emissions seemed to be anti-cancer. TETRA emissions for the emergency services transmit 24/7 and are mainly licensed in the UK to use the 380-400 MHz frequency band. A TETRA emission towards the lower end of this frequency band typically falls at or very close to 364.7 Hz when expressed as a condensate by Euclid’s element division. Such a frequency or its Euclid’s elements has been used by others as a narrow band modulation ‘tumour treating frequency’ thus this is entirely consistent with TETRA with a carrier frequency of around 380 MHz being anti-cancer. However, all that is needed is to shift the TETRA carrier frequency up by some 10 MHz and its condensate becomes 374.4 Hz, a frequency wherein the cell cycle could be disrupted. Within such disruption, each component of the cell cycle machinery, as they are the final executors in cell division, has the potential to elicit or to contribute to a neoplastic phenotype, hence cancer.
TETRA is a narrowband signal used for all emergency services communication networks in the UK. There has been a lot of adverse publicity about this system. It would appear from some studies that this is due to a specific pulse repetition rate of around 17 Hz associated with the hand- sets rather than the base station transmitters.
A TETRA base station emission has a TDMA structure based on a number of narrow frequency hopping carriers which are each no more than 25KHz wide and due to the signal structure will not all be present together. Following Lauer's hypothesis https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/file/index/docid/877298/filename/publiarx.pdf that a T-lymphocyte is less disturbed in its binding process with an Antigen presenting Cell by a narrow band radio emission than a broad band emission, it would seem that emissions from TETRA base stations may in fact be amongst the very few modern radio emissions which are in fact anti-cancer?
In fact, all types of cancers in the UK, with the exception of Thyroid Cancer, showed a transient decline in incidence rates after TETRA was introduced in 2005 and taking into account and according to their respective latency periods, suggesting that Tetra Base stations may in some way be anti-cancer. Conceivably there may have been another factor at work, see figure 1.
Figure 1 : Very high peaks in Solar irradiance in 2005 which may have led to increased vitamin D status in the population ( also known to be anti-cancer).
Besides Lauer, Isaeva & Osipov https://arxiv.org/ftp/q-bio/papers/0506/0506006.pdf
discussing the Immunocorrective effect of weak centimetre electromagnetic waves have formulated the dynamical model for the anti-tumour immune response based on intercellular cytokine-mediated interactions with the interleukin-2 (IL-2) taken into account. The analysis shows that the expression level of tumour antigens on antigen presenting cells has a distinct influence on the tumour dynamics. At low antigen presentation, a progressive tumour growth takes place to the highest possible value. At high antigen presentation, there is a decrease in tumour size to some value when the dynamical equilibrium between the tumour and the immune system is reached. In the case of the medium antigen presentation, both these regimes can be realized depending on the initial tumour size and the condition of the immune system. A pronounced immunomodulating effect (the suppression of tumour growth and the normalization of IL-2 concentration) is established by considering the influence of low-intensity electromagnetic microwaves as a parametric perturbation of the dynamical system.
However, there is contradictory evidence here since others have shown that for an 1800 MHz GSM signal with 217 Hz modulation DNA breaks can be caused in vitro.
The discrepancy can be explained by considering frequency windowing effects often found in Biology with regard to coherent emissions and excitations. Further one has to consider that virtually every biological process takes place under the action of complex 3D or space -time motion generated by nano and micro-machinery at cellular and sub -cellular level and following Frolich under coherent excitation. It stands to reason different cellular processes will be associated with different vibrational modes of the system. Take pacemaker cells of the heart or coherent waves in the brain for instance. It is necessary thus to see how extraneous energy or motion, i.e. waves or frequency might disturb or interact such motion. In order to do this I have made some developments on Geesink and Meijer’s (2016) hypothesis for the quantum origins of RNA replication, the very start of primordial life itself.
Developing Geesink and Meijer’ Hypothesis
Intriguingly, virtually all of the reported effects of RF radiation on living systems can be explained and summarised by development of Geesink’s bio-soliton clathrate RNA replicator hypothesis.
Geesink has supplied the notion of a bio-soliton approach to primordial RNA replication at hydrated clathrate surfaces. A 12 frequency acoustic condensate scale was also supplied on the basis of Frolich’s Bose Einstein condensate for biological systems and the THz frequencies of the replicator were shown to fit very closely to the scale on the basis of multiple Euclid’s element divisions. The frequencies of the scale were described as life stabilising and frequencies in between as life destabilising. The present author prefers to describe the frequencies in-between Geesink’s condensates as ‘anti-condensates’.
However it is my present contention that Geesink’s hypothesis ,whilst very useful, has to be an over-simplification since it does not take into account differences brought about by evolutionary incorporation of DNA such as differences in base pairs and additional chirality.
Further, my private experimentation has shown that there are also far more complex circumstances relating to whether or not a particular condensate or anti-condensate has associated with it life stabilising ( positive or beneficial bio-effect) or life destabilising effects when exposed to anthropogenic frequency. I stress it is the term ‘frequency’ which is important here because in a quantum coherent system, provided there is sufficient coherence time/length and the propagation velocity can be supported it does not matter how the ‘frequency’ is imposed i.e. it could be electromagnetically, or by separate electric field ( polarisation wave) , magnetics/spintronics, ultrasound or acoustic etc. One note of caution, there can still be other field strength dependent processes, such as ion cyclotron resonance operating in parallel with and inseparable from the above. I will discuss this possibility in more detail later within.
In order to fully explain these interactions I further postulated that the primordial replicator external electromagnetic environment would have been as important to bio-cellular evolution as the replicator itself. See table 1 below.
Table 1 : Replicator condensate and anti-condensate frequencies with bio-effects.
The second column in Table 1 describes the primordial electromagnetic environment at each successive condensate and anti-condensate frequency. All of these frequencies would, to some extent have been exposed to solar and galactic broad band background microwave and optical radiation. Biological systems are notoriously good at creating negative entropy they are essentially masers feeding on noise to create coherent oscillations and vibrations used for the function of cellular and whole organism machinery. A ‘peaked’ electromagnetic environment would have arisen when a Schumann resonance hit a clathrate condensate and such resonance could be of earthly or other planetary origin. In such cases we have an additional pump primer for parametric amplification, multiplication or conversion.
A ‘troughed’ electromagnetic environment would have arisen when natural atmospheric attenuation frequencies coincided with modes of the replicator. Such attenuation would have occurred due to atmospheric gases such as Hydrogen, Water Vapour and Hydroxyl ions, for example.
My hypothesis further develops by considering that the different condensate and anti-condensate frequencies will all be differently influenced by anthropogenic frequency according to what came first by the way of the above natural frequency influences on biological evolution. For instance, firstly, I would expect biological processes associated with both condensate and anti-condensate modes which arose during exposure only to broad band radiation to be most influenced by narrow band frequency emissions or vibrations.
Further, for instance secondly, I would expect biological processes which evolved either in the presence of a peaked frequency mode or a trough protected mode to be influenced by both broad and narrow band frequency emissions and vibrations, possibly, though not necessarily differently, in each case as a delicate balance between use of random thermal energy and pump primed narrow band energy would have existed. For instance if a process has developed by being ‘phase locked’ to a Schumann resonance frequency there is the possibility it may similarly phase lock itself to a strong narrow band frequency emission very close by in frequency space. Smith has described similar processes in radio acupuncture, http://www.scienceoflife.nl/html/cyril_smith.html. The change may only seem subtle but may be enough to change the turnover rate of a biochemical reaction or ROS distribution due membrane permeability for example. This might then change other critical processes which interact through other mechanisms, ion cyclotron resonance for example.
Thus my expectation of the form of disturbance is indicated in Table 1, column 3. Column 4 is particularly interesting as it represents an analysis of several hundred published papers detailing the bio-effects of RF radiation and ultrasound at various frequencies and with various pulse repetition frequencies and modulation schemes with fundamental frequencies from kHz to THz all reduced by Euclid’s elements principles to the aforesaid acoustic scale. Moreover, these are obtained from the results of a very wide range of experimental types including: employment epidemiology studies, radio and TV transmitter geo-spatial studies, animal exposure studies, animal xenograft studies and in vitro cell culture studies. Meaning statistically there are several or several tens of studies for each specific acoustic condensate manifesting the same biological effect across a wide actual frequency range often at least KHz to THz. This is seen as both strong support for the present hypothesis and strong support for the notion of biologic Bose-Einstein condensates.
Every single condensate frequency, except possibly 303.3 Hz which relates to plants, appears to have some kind of human associated and quite specific biologic process, although some have two or three, probably for the reasons I outline above. Further considering these processes I have attempted to indicate the frequencies which are ‘human safe’ and those which are not.
Discussion and explanation of TETRA paradox.
It would be expected that certain combinations of frequency and bandwidth ( in commercial broadcasting or communication this would represent voice or digital modulation or information) could be very dangerous indeed.
There has been much controversy in the past about the role of athermal RF radiation and cancer. Some conclude it is irrelevant. Some conclude it is a promoter, others conclude it is an initiator. For the very time the hypothesis and results presented here go a long way towards explaining such glaringly apparent dichotomy.
In the sixth column of the table I have included common frequencies I obtained using a portable RF spectrum analyser type ‘Haydon Communications SPECTRUM ANALYSER (15MHz -2.7 GHz ) RF EXPLORER 3G COMBO’ in, at or immediately outside the premises of a number of victims of both human and animal cancer ( cat and dog). I reduced the RF frequencies to the acoustic condensate scale by successive Euclid’s element divisions. It is very noteworthy there are just 6 common frequencies, corresponding to the cancer critical processes of oncogene induction, calcium channel ( see Pahor et al 1996), cell multiplication, cell cycle, DNA damage and mitosis. Fewer of these critical frequencies appear to be present at places where no cancer victims have been reported.
In an earlier paper I concluded that TETRA base station emissions seemed to be anti-cancer. TETRA emissions for the emergency services transmit 24/7 and are mainly licensed in the UK to use the 380-400 MHz frequency band. A TETRA emission towards the lower end of this frequency band typically falls at or very close to 364.7 Hz when expressed as a condensate by Euclid’s element division. Such a frequency or its Euclid’s elements has been used by others as a narrow band modulation ‘tumour treating frequency’ thus this is entirely consistent with TETRA with a carrier frequency of around 380 MHz being anti-cancer.
However, all that is needed is to shift the TETRA carrier frequency up by some 10 MHz and its condensate becomes 374.4 Hz, a frequency wherein the cell cycle could be disrupted. Within such disruption, each component of the cell cycle machinery, as they are the final executors in cell division, has the potential to elicit or to contribute to a neoplastic phenotype, hence cancer.
A brand new hypothesis which significantly extends the ground breaking work of Geesink and Meijer in biological evolution by considering not only our quantum origins at the surface of hydrated clathrates but in also considering the other external frequencies our ancestral RNA/DNA was bathed in, which accounts for most, possibly all, of the prevoius paradoxes in the interaction of athermal RF radiation and cancer has been developed. In particular it shows that TETRA base-station emissions have the potential to be pro or anti-cancer depending on emission frequency. Only power windows and quantum phase effects remain to be integrated into these sorts of model. Intuitively, I would expect the calcium channel processes at 249.5 Hz and 278.9 Hz to display power windowing in association with ion cyclotron resonance and I would hope to report on this aspect at some later time. I have already reported on quantum phase effects accounting for safe and dangerous zones around transmitting antennas and Smith has reported similar effects in relation to magnetic water memory in homeopathy and radio acupuncture, http://www.scienceoflife.nl/html/cyril_smith.html .