Chemical Biology in Radionics and Healing | Carl G. Medwedeff

The emerging field of Chemical Biology may provide new explanations for non mainstream life science phenomena. In particular, a number of seemingly disparate and unconventional biomedical observations, including those in; radionics; “healing” (cancer reversal etc.); electromagnetic olfaction in insects and developmental processes, may be associated with common biochemical pathways. Though yet to be studied in detail, these phenomena share plausible mechanisms involving small molecule interactions, chiral and non chiral catalysis, and quantum electron tunneling. These observations and biochemical mechanisms will be presented, focusing on their conceptual overlap, with the ultimate goal of formulating testable hypotheses.

Additionally an examination of the process of assembling “Chains of Thought” from the conceptual intersections presented, will be examined with two reasons in mind. First of all, in order to present a more complete picture of the phenomena discussed and their relationship to each other and second to demonstrate how an even larger set of phenomena might be linked to the those presented, in the hope of encouraging the examination of the phenomena presented in an increasingly interdisciplinary manner.

Carl G. Medwedeff is an independent researcher with an interest in non mainstream medicine and its history. He lives in south eastern Michigan and has a B.A. in French from Eastern Michigan University.

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Published on November 13, 2018