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DNA Monthly Vol 3 No 5 May07

DNA Monthly Vol 3 No 5 May07

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May 2007 (Vol. 3, No. 5)
Breaking News: 
Mars Melt May Hint at Solar, not Human, Cause for Global Warming
Kate Raviliousfor National Geographic News
Simultaneous warming on Earth and Mars suggests that our planet's recent climate changeshave a natural--and not a human-induced--cause, according to one scientist's controversialtheory. Earth is currently experiencing rapid warming, which the vast majority of climatescientists says is due to humans pumping huge amounts of greenhouse gases into theatmosphere.Mars, too, appears to be enjoying more mild and balmy temperatures. In 2005 data fromNASA's Mars Global Surveyor and Odyssey missions revealed that the carbon dioxide "icecaps" near Mars's south pole had been diminishing for three summers in a row.Habibullo Abdussamatov, head of space research at St. Petersburg's Pulkovo AstronomicalObservatory in Russia, says the Mars data is evidence that the current global warming onEarth is being caused by changes in the sun. "The long-term increase in solar irradiance isheating both Earth and Mars," he said.
Solar Cycles
 Abdussamatov believes that changes in the sun's heat output can account for almost all theclimate changes we see on both planets. Mars and Earth, for instance, have experiencedperiodic ice ages throughout their histories. "Man-made greenhouse warming has made asmall contribution to the warming seen on Earth in recent years, but it cannot compete withthe increase in solar irradiance," Abdussamatov said.By studying fluctuations in the warmth of the sun, Abdussamatov believes he can see apattern that fits with the ups and downs in climate we see on Earth and Mars.
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"The Holographic Concept of Reality," by Richard Alan Miller, Burt Webb & DardenDickson
"How Much of You Is Here?," by Katherine Train
"Synchronicity: The Sacred Path of Co-incidence," by Carolyn North
Also, Also ... DNA-related Definition of the Month
Did You Know?
The Holographic Concept of Reality
Richard Alan Miller, Burt Webb & Darden Dickson
Editor's Note:
This landmark article was initially presented at the First International Congress ofPsychotronics in Prague in 1973 and was first printed in the
Journal of Psychoenergetic Systems 
in 1975.]
"The pattern or organization of any biological system is established by a complex electrodynamic field, which is in part determined by its atomic physiochemical components and which in part determines the behavior and orientation of those components. This field is electrical in the physical sense, and by its properties it relates the entities of the biological system in a characteristic pattern and is itself in part a result of the existence of those entities. It determines and is determined by the components. More than establishing pattern it must maintain pattern in the midst of physiochemical flux; therefore it must regulate and control living things. It must be the mechanism, the outcome of whose activity is wholeness, organization and continuity. The electrodynamic field then, is comparable to the entelecy of Driesh, the embryonic field of Spehmann, and the biological field o Weiss." --Burr and Northrop, 1935 
ince the dawn of time there have been two conflicting explanations for the nature andstructure of the world in which we live. Those can be most simply stated as the field and theparticle. These two conflicting ideas appear in Greek thought, Democritus stressing the fieldand Heraclitus the particle. Today, fields are stressed in relativity physics, while particles areemphasized in quantum mechanics.Throughout history, many attempts have been made to synthesize the field and the particletheory. In current physics, those attempts fall under the name of geometrodynamics(Wheeler, 1959). It is our intent in this article to show how a cross synthesis of particletheory and field theory will shed new light on living processes.Field theory can be interwoven with particle theory in an attempt to better understandbiological processes. This effect will enable us to approach an understanding of life becausewe can conceptualize all structures and functions, all levels from the electronic to the supermolecular, as one single unit (Szent-Gyorgyi, 1960: 135).
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Quantum Mechanisms
 Particles found in biological processes include photons, electrons, protons, elementary ions,inorganic radicals, organic radicals, molecules, and molecular aggregates. Photons act uponelectrons by raising their energy state. This process is called excitation. Excited electronscan drop back to more stable energy levels and emit photons. Electron excitation can lead tothe formation of an electronic bond between molecules. This is the traditional bond ofclassical chemistry. The breaking of such bonds can, by reverse process, lead to theexcitation of electrons.In living systems the excitation of electrons by photons and the subsequent conversion ofthat excitation into the bond energy is called photosynthesis and is the basic builder ofbiological structures. The reversal of this process is called bioluminescence. Thisphenomenon is the transfer of energy from a bond to an excited electron, resulting in theemission of a photon. It has been suggested by Szent-Gyorgyi (1957: 8) that the energeticsof living creatures can be understood in terms of photosynthesis and its reversal,bioluminescence.All cellular processes are driven by energy derived from the breaking of chemical bonds andthe excitation of electrons. Depending upon the particular environment and circumstances,the excitation of the electron can be converted in one of three ways: 1) conversion into heatand dissipation; 2) translation of molecules or ions through the cell; or 3) transformation ofthe molecules' shapes which profoundly influences their biological reactivity.The formation of a certain type of chemical bond known as the resonance bond (which ismost easily seen in the case of the Benzene molecule) leads to a peculiar situation in whichcertain electrons are freed from a particular location in the molecule. These are then free totravel around the entire molecule. This means that the electrons occupy an energy shell ofthe whole molecule as opposed to a particular atom in the molecule. The existence ofmolecular systems with mobile electrons has been found to be of profound significance inthe phenomena of life.Hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen and oxygen, which comprise ninety-nine percent of all livingsystems, are among the atoms in the periodic table which form the multiple bonds mosteasily leading to mobile electrons. Sulphur and phosphorus, which are extremely importantfor life processes, also form multiple bonds quite easily.All the essential biochemical substances, which perform the fundamental functions of livingmatter, are composed completely or partially of such mobile electrons. Molecules thatcontain these electrons are known as conjugated systems (Pullman and Pullman, 1963,chapter 18). The essential fluidity of life may correspond with the fluidity of the electroniccloud in conjugated molecules. Such systems may best be considered as both the cradleand the main backbone of life.Conjugate bonded molecules may interact in a variety of ways. Among these types ofinteraction can be found the interpenetration of electron orbitals which permitselectromagnetic coupling. This coupling can permit activated electron energy to pass fromone molecule to another in the same way a radio can transmit a message to a radioreceiver. There is also the possibility of the transfer of an entire electron, known as chargetransfer.It is possible for a molecular complex to contain several radicals at different positions on themain molecule, each of which is conjugated. If these are in close enough proximity, or canbe brought into proximity by changes in the structural configuration of the molecule, a
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