Induction of intelligence into molecules by using spinor radiation: an alternative to water memory

Massimo Fioranelli, Alireza Sepehri, Ilyas Khan, Phoka C. Rathebe

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By injecting a string of spinors within a membrane, it becomes sensitive to external magnetic fields. Without external magnetic fields, half of the spinors in this string have opposite spins with respect to the other half and become paired with them within membranes. However, any external magnetic field could have a direct effect on this system because a magnetic field could make all spinors parallel. According to the exclusion principle, parallel spinors repel each other and go away. Consequently, they force the molecular membrane to grow. By removing external fields, this molecule or membrane returns to its initial size. An injected string of spinors could be designed so that this molecule or membrane is sensitive only to some frequencies. Particularly, membranes could be designed to respond to low frequencies below 60 Hz. Even in some conditions, frequencies should be lower than 20 Hz. Higher frequencies may destroy the structure of membranes. Although, by using some more complicated mechanisms, some membranes could be designed to respond to higher frequencies. Thus, a type of intelligence could be induced into a molecule or membrane such that it becomes able to diagnose special frequencies of waves and responses. We tested the model for milk molecules like fat, vesicles, and microbial ones under a 1000x microscope and observed that it works. Thus, this technique could be used to design intelligent drug molecules. Also, this model may give good reasons for observing some signatures of water memory by using the physical properties of spinors.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)247-257
Number of pages11
JournalAIMS Biophysics
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2023


  • intelligence
  • magnetic fields
  • milk
  • molecules
  • spinor
  • water memory

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Biophysics
  • Structural Biology
  • Biochemistry
  • Molecular Biology


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