A mathematical model for DNA

The author use concepts from string theory and M-theory, to calculate the energy of DNA in terms of interactions between free electrons and bound electrons. In this way they show that when a DNA is damaged an extra current is produced, causing electromagnetic signal to be different. For the author electromagnetic signals of a damaged DNA molecule can induce an extra current in a normal DNA molecule and lead to its destruction. The author also hypothesised that, as in chromosomes of men and women packaging is different, radiation waves have opposite signs and cancel the effect of each other.

Last modified on 14-Sep-17

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