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"The book "The Primeval Code" by the Swiss author Luc Bürgin attracted a lot of attention in 2008. Apparently, two biologists had made an astounding discovery: Strong crops that were exposed to DC electric fields then showed a higher yield and more resistance to pest infestation. Guido Ebner, son of one of the two discoverers, has continued to pursue the research and has developed a "Greenbox" with which the "primeval code" can also be used at home.
By Daniel Ebner, Switzerland
Of the physical conditions that drive the evolution of biological forms, temperature, pressure, and electromagnetic radiation have all been scientifically studied. On the other hand, far less consideration has been given to static physical fields such as gravity and magnetic and electric fields in previous work. Their impact on biological evolution is therefore still largely unknown.
But while investigations with magnetic fields and gravity are gradually moving into the focus of biologists, research on static electric fields remains very rare. This is probably due to the doctrine that an electric field in a medium filled with charge carriers is shielded by the formation of an electrical double layer.
The biological E-field effect
Nevertheless, we have made it possible to expose biological material to electric fields that exceed the natural field strength of the atmosphere by several orders of magnitude. It has surprisingly been found that organisms, but also isolated biological material respond to static electric fields. The promising results can be summarized under the following points.
We noticed that
1) the rate of growth is changed, usually increased;
2) the composition of a population within a community changes;
3) morphogenesis changes in the germination phase;
4) stress situations are better overcome;
5) the fertilization and germination rate is increased.
These findings suggest that a static electric field interferes with the kinetics of the cellular distribution of a cell and influences the competitive pressure of the species.
In raum & zeit 152 (March / April 2008), the two biologists Guido Ebner and Heinz Schürch from Basel presented the results of their investigations on physiological and phenotypic influences on organisms during their development under a strongly increased static electro field. In various plants such as fern, cress, wheat and corn, but also in the breeding of rainbow trout they showed phenotypic (the appearance regarding) changes. These were reproducible, as shown by corresponding experiments at the Guido Ebner Institute GEI in Basel and at other institutes in Germany. Reproducible results were also obtained from experiments with potatoes, peas, tomatoes and radishes.
Professor Rothe, emeritus professor of the Institute for General Botany in Mainz, said at raum & zeit: "The morphological changes are amazing, even if our results were not as spectacular as those of Ebner and Schürch. We found a 50 percent higher germination rate for corn. [...] "And he continued:" Under the same conditions, the experiments are reproducible, even if not every plant reacts the same, that is, the mean deviation is reproducible. "
Plant specific changes
Explanations for the observable, phenotypic and physiological changes are still in the dark. As ingredient analyzes have shown, the protein fractions are different in wheat compared to untreated control plants and increased in amount after germination in the static electro field.
In corn, the analysis revealed no deviations of ingredients between E-field-exposed and non-exposed controls; here alone, the 40 percent surplus alone is astonishing. This clearly shows that no unwanted protein products and no toxic ingredients are produced by exposure to a static electro field.
There are several hypotheses to explain the observed phenomena. Professor Rothe said that under the influence of the E-field, there may be changes in the chromatin (material from which the chromosomes exist). Also, the methylation rate of the histones around which the DNA is wrapped should be examined to see if it alters and thus changes the surgical reading of the DNA. Furthermore, the spatial arrangement of the DNA can also be altered and / or the increased amount of DNA found by the biologist Jens Stark can indicate a stronger mitochondrial growth.
These cellular studies have not been done yet. The infrastructure for this is still missing at GEI, and most other institutes have not yet undertaken these investigations. Here probably "fear of contact" in front of a phenomenon for which there is still no satisfactory academic explanation, play a role.
What we know so far is that
the phenotype changes due to changing environmental conditions within one generation ;
higher electrical potential differences on the body's own membranes shift protein fractions inside the cells ;
Gene mutations due to altered electric field strengths do not occur.
From this we conclude that although gene expression changes, the gene information remains unchanged.
There are now two explanations.
A static electro field influences the gene interrogation by means of influenza and thus leads to altered genetic expression. This means that switch molecules, proteins, and other signal substances that determine in the cell whether and when genes are turned on or off, are re-activated or deactivated. This influence is reversible. Eventually, the chromosome winding is also changed by the polarity enhancement.
A bifurcation is a qualitative state change in systems under the influence of a parameter such as a static electric field. In Fig. XY the parameter is shown as lambda. The two solid lines represent the development lines of the two achievable states, the dashed line indicates a potential further development that has not yet been realized. If a parameter reaches the threshold value, suddenly two stable states can arise, one of which represents the continuous development of the previous state, while the other represents a completely new, different stable state. The plant can change from one state to another. So it is possible that two products can originate from the same original form.
Investigations in the laboratory
Jens Stark carried out a project on the topic of "Primeval Code" for the final course at the Natural Science and Technology Academy (NTA) in Isny, Baden-Württemberg. The aim of his research was to fundamentally support - or refute - the controversial laboratory experiments with a thoughtful investigation. For his experiments, the researchers used cress seeds.
According to the book "The Prehistoric Code" by Luc Bürgin, Jens Stark used 800 cresses twice, with one group acting as a control. The other was exposed to an E field of 1500 volts / centimeter during germination and then seeded. Although the experiment had to be stopped because of fungal infestation, but this yielded an interesting result. Because the sprouted seedlings proved to be far more resistant. There were about six times more E-field cress plants in better condition than in the control cress.
The second attempt with two times 500 seeds got even more exciting. Jens Stark: " The DNA quantification yielded a difference of more than 30 percent! What this increased amount of E-field cress is due to, remains a mystery at the moment, because the watercress was without water in the E-field and thus there was probably no cell activity, such as division, in the dry cress seed. "(Quote from the" prehistoric code ")
Finally, another surprise followed: " In protein determination, we were able to measure significant differences between the two groups. Here, too, the E-field organisms had a significantly higher concentration, "Bürgin Stark quotes in the" Prehistoric Code ". Since there were no differences in the morphological comparison, the cause of this increased protein production remains in the dark.
Field trials in Bavaria
Thanks to the financial support of the Bavarian agricultural cooperative "Verein Forum Bioenergetik e. V. "In 2008, we were able to produce different types of grain in three fields with farmers in Germany. The seeds had previously been exposed to a 1250 volt / centimeter electrostatic field.
In the case of wheat and corn, the harvest volume was significantly higher. The electro-statically treated summer wheat yielded a field yield of a respectable 20 percent compared to the control area - without any use of pesticides and herbicides. Sowing was at the end of March 2008, harvested in late June. The two fields were each about half a hectare in size. The growth of E-field plants was lower overall than that of the untreated control group, but the yield per plant was significantly higher. In the field of cereals also other sedges and grass species formed, which arose as green plants between the wheat plants. This led to difficulties in mechanical harvesting with the combine harvester, which was obstructed by the green plants and had to be cleaned several times.
Smaller, but more income
For e-field maize, the additional yield compared to the control group after the harvest could even be estimated at 35 to 38 percent. Also in this case the E-field plants were smaller, but the yield per stem was significantly higher. Partly formed the individual plants also several stems. In addition, the E-field sprouts averaged three to five pistons per plant, in some cases up to nine! Sown in early May, harvested in late September. In contrast to wheat, pesticides were used in maize for pest infestation in both groups.
The trials in Bavaria with pickled corn have been repeated annually since the first attempt in 2008. The additional yield compared to the untreated maize seeds used was between 35 and 40 percent each year. However, an improvement in resistance to fungi and corn borers was undetectable.
In the fall of 2012, we used half of the seed for one hectare of winter wheat as controls and half as seeds under a static electric field. Sowing took place in the 3rd week of November 2012. The strong moisture and cold that started in late December increased the plants. Resistance was required. In March, we realized that the controls will not survive and the loss becomes too great. We decided to reschedule and sow summer wheat.
Higher protein content
The analysis of the winter wheat crop harvested in June 2013 showed a significantly increased protein content of 14.4 g / hl (unit?) Compared to 10.6 g / hl of control (summer wheat), an increase of 36 percent , This in turn resulted in the baking quality of the flour obtained from this wheat being of category A1 (very good).
The overall resulting surplus of field wheat was 1/3 per hectare, that is a good 30 percent. In addition, the plants are more resilient and have survived the fierce, humid and cold weather conditions of the first half of 2013.
The box for experiments at home
Upon request and because of all the many inquiries that were addressed to the Guido Ebner Institute, we decided to produce a small test box for home use. This box is called "FIOS Greenbox". FIOS stands for "Food in Open Source". Open Source is a well-known technology in software development. It says that nobody can have a private claim to the technology or the software, but everyone can participate in the development and improvement.
The FIOS Greenbox is a tool to increase the fertility (reproductive power) via the static electric field and to bring in an improved harvest. The seed stays in the user's hand.
The FIOS Greenbox is made from known standard materials used in our research. Currently we are producing a first series of 100 pieces. More series will follow, if the demand is big enough. The advantage is that now standardized experiments can be carried out in allotments or as small approaches to farmers.
The FIOS Greenbox consists of a Plexiglas housing, a drawer and two perforated plates as poles, with the negative pole at the top and the positive pole at the bottom. The also integrated high voltage source is operated from the outside with a supplied 12 volt voltage converter. This can be optionally connected to a 220 or 110 volt outlet. But it is also possible to hang the device to a solar panel with a downstream 12-volt battery or a car battery.
Easy to use
Operating the FIOS Greenbox is easy. Remove the drawer and moisten a single flow cloth with drinking water or water from a running water. Sterilized, deionized, distilled or wastewater should not be used. Then the user places the moistened flow cloth in the drawer and spreads the plant seeds as single as possible over it and closes the drawer. If you select the power supply unit head for the power supply, you can use the yellow round screw head to set the output values (= input values for the box) 12 V, 9 V, 6 V, 3 V and 0 V using a key provided. This results in field strengths between the plates in the box of 1500 volts / centimeter, 1250 V / cm, 750 V / cm and 500 V / cm respectively (?). Last but not least, the AC adapter is plugged into the 220V or 110V AC outlet in the US or Canada.
The seeds are left in the static electric field until the seedlings show first shoots. Then the user plants the germinated seed into a balcony trough, pot or prepared garden bed. For the first attempt we send together with the FIOS Greenbox cress seeds, which should drive out within 2 to 3 days. From the experience of our previous applications, we have compiled a small compilation of the static field strengths in the following table:
The cost of a FIOS Greenbox is € 440 or CHF 460 plus shipping and VAT. We wish all users much success and enjoyment in the tests with the FIOS Greenbox and would be very happy to receive a lot of feedback on our forum www.fios-greenbox.net/forum ."
So while this device operates at an organism's genetic level by allowing different genetic manifestations to occur, which was my original contention before getting caught up in GH's assumptions, apologies to all for suggesting this device might alter the plants dna, but MicroDoser and I now have our answer.