Slowly, but surely, mainstream science is discovering new
electromagnetic signals in our cells and bodies.
Check this latest fascinating finding in New Scientist current issue
(n=B02173 13 february 1999 on-line at :
Title : Electric DNA
Opening : GENES may be able to send electrical signals
to one another through a DNA information
superhighway, according to Jacqueline Barton and
her colleagues at the California Institute of
Technology in Pasadena.
And then, near the end :
The team concluded that in
theory, there is no limit to the distance signals could
travel along DNA. We are talking about biologically
relevant distances, and you can have strange fantasies
about what the implications might be, says Barton.
Pity she does not elaborate on these strange fantasies... -:)