Electromagnetic Energy Emanating from Plant and Animal Tissues in the Form of Replicate Images
Background: We previously immersed plant and animal tissues in a solution containing fine iron particles to show images formed by the attraction of iron particle aggregates based on the inherent electromagnetic properties of these tissues. The present study provides evidence that electromagnetic fields (EMFs) emanating from these tissues can manifest as temporally and spatially separated images that replicate their physical structures. Methods: Two Leaves separated from mature Mung bean plants (Vigna radiata) were placed on a clean glass slide, covered with a solution of fine iron particles (2000 nanometers, mean diameter) and a Prussian Blue stain for iron (n = 10). A second glass slide was paced on top so that the solution completely covered the leaves. A similar glass "sandwich" (SDW) was constructed holding one or two human hairs plucked from the forearm (n = 10). These SDWs were allowed to dry for at least 48 hours before they were examined microscopically and photographs obtained. Results: In 60% of the leaves examined, at specific sites along the leaf edges, images of the hair cells (trichomes) were separated from the leaf body showing exact replicates of the actual structures but with a consistent spatial shift. In 80% of the human hair SDWs, sites along the hair shaft showed fragmented images which separated from the actual hair shaft. These images replicated the keratin plaques that cover the hair shaft. Conclusions: These finding suggest that EMFs emitted from plant and animal structures provide "virtual" images which are replicates of the actual tissue parts.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2018
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