The experiences of the French mathematician and physicist Joel Sternheimer on protein synthesis activated by music are exciting and underscore once again the causality of physical phenomena in biochemistry.

A musical note is an electromagnetic frequency electromagnetic and exchange are the basis of cellular mechanisms. J. Sternheimer converted into musical notes electromagnetic signals emitted by amino acids in protein synthesis of the hormone of flowering in tomato. He played the melody to tomato plants at two times 10 minutes per day, the results were baffling and binding: a yield 20 times with 5 times less water, the tomatoes were larger and the duration of longer storage.


J. Sternheimer filed in 1992 a patent for the process of epigenetic regulation of protein synthesis and proved scientifically and the effects of music on living organisms.


Here is the process summarized by E. Bony:

"According to the theories and calculations of J. Sternheimer, consider that the twenty amino acids, veritable pillars of metabolic organization, each emit a wave whose frequency can be calculated. These waves are emitted when these amino acids carried by transfer RNA, together to form proteins. The signals are waves called wave quantum nature of scale, that is to say, they link together different scales - by the level of each amino acid to the protein level in training. We can make these audible frequencies by implementing, for example, musical notes. We thus obtain a protein, which is a sequence of amino acids, a sequence of notes. Depending on the complexity of protein composition, which can reach about ten amino acids or hundreds, we get a melody, a score ranging from ten to so many hundreds of notes "cursed extract Scholars, Researchers excluded , Volume III, P. Lance.


Similar experiments, but still on the tomato on another protein (SBP 14 drought-resistant), conducted by other researchers gave the expected results: "Three minutes a day, from July 26 to August 11, 1994, part tomatoes from the greenhouse has been the music plus a ration of water from a liter and a half. The result was spectacular. The leaves were still green tomatoes music while those who received only water drying "P. Lance.


This experiment was done in Switzerland after the discovery of this protein by three researchers from Spain, JA Pintor-Toro, JA Godoy and JM Pardo.

The industrial application of this is obvious and the Japanese company Gomei Kaisha Takada, specializing in the manufacture of miso and soy sauce fermentation, has studied the effects of music on the fermentation of yeast used in their specialties. The company has even patented the process in 1991.


For his part, J. Sternheimer, in collaboration with the agronomist P. Ferrandiz, achieved a remarkable experience related to the problem of pollution in urban areas:

"We placed microscopic algae in a small pan with water. For ten days, ten minutes a day, we have spent their music more stimulating proteins of photosynthesis, the process by which algae fix CO2 from the air, then keep the carbon to grow and release oxygen. Within days, we saw bubbles of oxygen. There was a release of oxygen sixteen times higher in algae that received music compared to control algae. This opens up prospects for the fight against air pollution by stimulating the photosynthesis of plants growing in cities, "from P. Lance.


If, as emphasized by J. Sternheimer "the violent nature of modern science when trying to understand, she breaks into song," energy medicine attempting, in harmony with the body, making the latter his integrity when he is sick.

One can imagine the immense potential of these discoveries if applied to health, or at least as a first step in research to evaluate them.


In the case of patients with diabetes mellitus, Dr. G. Londechamp suggests that it plays in pancreatic cells "music of insulin.

This could be true for all diseases where some proteins are not synthesized. We would be there at the heart of medicine and rational energy consistent with the possibility of observations quantified.



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