How Water Has Memory The Quantum Dynamics of Dr Jacques Benveniste’s Research

Homeopath and researcher Christina Munns discusses the quantum dynamics of Dr. Jacque Benveniste’s research, and explains why some attempts to replicate his work failed.

ABSTRACT

The intention of this paper is to provide a valid explanation of the actual dynamics by which water molecules retain the information of a substance in high dilution states. The quantum dynamics of beta decay are explained along with the description of how the immunoglobulin anti-IgE antibodies affix to the FcεRI, the high-affinity IgE receptors of mast cells and basophils at the quantum scale.

The article also explains how the quantum dynamics of high dilution states of anti-IgE antibodies stimulate an immune response in basophils, thus providing a scientific answer to the vexed question of the results of Dr Jacques Benveniste’s and Prof. Madeleine Ennis’ research into high dilution states of anti-IgE antibodies. The work also explains that homeoprophylaxis works at the quantum biological scale to induce an immune response to a disease state. Mention is also made of the quantum experiment that needs to occur to scientifically quantify the differentiation of the quantum states between different potencies of homeopathic medicine.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABSTRACT. 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS. 2

TABLE OF FIGURES. 2

INTRODUCTION.. 3

QUANTUM INFORMATION TRANSFER – OVERVIEW… 3

QUANTUM INFORMATION TRANSFER – BETA DECAY. 4

Beta Minus Decay. 4

Beta Plus Decay. 7

Water Memory via Beta Decay. 13

EXPLANATION OF DR JACQUES BENVENISTE’S RESEARCH.. 16

Molecular Dynamics. 16

Reasons Why Independent Researchers Produced Negative Results. 24

Request to Conduct Experiment 25

Suggested Experiment to Prove Homeopathic Medicine. 25

HOMEOPROPHYLAXIS – A QUANTUM PROCESS. 26

CONCLUSION.. 27

NOTES. 29

 

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1 – Beta minus decay. 4

Figure 2 – Beta minus decay – Fields 1 & 2 – neutron to proton. 7

Figure 4 – Beta decay correspondences to quantum and DNA fields. 8

Figure 3 – Comparison of beta decay with anabolism & catabolism.. 9

Figure 5 – Beta decay – informational exchange. 10

Figure 6 – Beta decay – redox reaction & informational exchange. 11

Figure 7 – QCD as binary code informational “charges”. 12

Figure 8 – Informational translation of homeopathic medicine to DNA via water molecules  15

Figure 9 – Anatomy of a basophil 17

Figure 10 – Process of triggering of allergic response in mast cells. 18

Figure 11 – Basophil cell with IgE and Type I Fce receptors. 19

Figure 12 – Structure of antibody showing variable (V) and constant (C) regions  19

Figure 13 – IgE antigen binding sites – quantum number states. 20

Figure 14 – Structure of IgE antibody showing V, Fab, C and Fc regions. 20

Figure 15 – Transference process of antigen 4 quantum numbers from FceRI to basophil 22

 

INTRODUCTION

This article represents a synthesis of the information regarding the dynamics of information transfer at the quantum scale in the process of preparing a homeopathic medicine drawn from the book Principia Unitas – Volume VI – The Quantum Mechanics of Homeopathy[1], coupled with subsequent findings of research into the actual quantum dynamics of the IgE-mediated allergic response in human basophils. The intention for the paper is to provide a detailed analysis of the quantum biology of basophil degranulation as well as to highlight the flaws in the verification testing of Prof. Madeleine Ennis’ research experiments. It also clarifies the future research that needs to be conducted and explains the reasons why this further research is of paramount importance.

 

QUANTUM INFORMATION TRANSFER – OVERVIEW

It is my understanding that the information in a homeopathic medicine (i.e. its superposition states of intrinsic angular momentum (ms) and total angular momentum (ml)) is transferred at the quantum scale firstly to the solution during the potentisation process (i.e. sequential succussion and dilution) and secondly during the administration of the homeopathic medicine to cellular tissue at the quantum scale through the molecular bonding of water molecules. This quantum information of the homeopathic medicine is contained in the four quantum numbers of the original substances (i.e. the spin quantum number (ms); magnetic quantum number (ml or total angular momentum); principal quantum number (n or angular velocity ⍵) and azimuthal quantum number (l or orbital angular momentum). Every material substance on the planet and throughout the cosmos contains within itself its own specific quantum signature which represents a particular set of quantized angular momenta states.   In this way it can be understood that everything has a quantum signature. It is this quantum signature of the substance, embodied as the precise four quantum numbers of the originating substance in the homeopathic medicine that is transferred at the quantum scale throughout the potentisation and administration process of the homeopathic medicine. The final result of this informational transference at the quantum scale is that it is not only transferred to the water in cellular tissue but also that, since water dissolves DNA, this information within water molecules at the quantum scale is also transferred to DNA, with the four quantum numbers of the original substance (or quantum signature) being transferred via the homeopathic medicine to each of the four DNA nucleic acids at the quantum scale as follows:

Spin quantum number = thymine = intrinsic angular momentum = ms
Magnetic quantum number = adenine = total angular momentum = ml
Principal quantum number = cytosine = angular velocity = n
Azimuthal quantum number = guanine = orbital angular momentum = l


Thus it can be seen that there is a quantum coherence between the four nucleic acids of DNA of cellular tissue and the four quantum numbers of the homeopathic medicine. These four quantum numbers of the homeopathic medicine act to reconfigure the DNA codons to make them informationally coherent with the information of the homeopathic medicine. In this way it can be seen that the homeopathic medicine acts via the process of quantum epigenetics to reconfigure DNA and make it informationally coherent. The information is transferred at the quantum scale via the process of beta decay. The two types of beta decay represent the polar states of the weak force that act to both create and destroy – b+ decay creates and b decay destroys. It is these two dynamics of the weak force that represent the two stage process by which information is transferred from the homeopathic medicine to cellular tissue.

I will now provide a detailed explanation of the quantum dynamics of exactly how information is transferred at the quantum scale via the process of beta decay. It is precisely the process of beta decay at the quantum scale that breaks down the information of the proton (b+) and neutron (b) into the four quantum number states of the homeopathic substance which are then transferred to the water molecules at the quantum scale.

 

QUANTUM INFORMATION TRANSFER – BETA DECAY

Beta decay is a type of radioactive decay that occurs in the quantum state that involves the emission of either an electron and an electron antineutrino (β- decay) or a positron and an electron neutrino (β+ decay). [2]

It is through the process of beta decay that a proton transforms into a neutron and vice versa via the process of an up quark transforming into a down quark and vice versa. There are two types of beta decay: beta minus and beta . I will explain each type of decay separately.

Beta Minus Decay

In this type of decay a neutron is transformed into a proton. It results in the emission of an electron and an electron anti-neutrino.

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Figure 1 – Beta minus decay

It is the process of translating the information of a particle (orbital angular momentum – l) back to the information of spin and total angular momentum state of the wave function – ms and ml or superposition state.

Down Quark Up Quark = βdecay SU(2) U(1)

 

Here is a synopsis of the process of the β- decay:

Quark chemistry = down quark (SU(2)) ⟶ up quark (U(1-1))[1]

Nuclear chemistry = U(1-0) down quark neutron (U(1-0)) transforms to U(1-1) up quark proton (SU(3)).
Atomic =               Neutron ⟶ proton   + β-         + νe         + e-
Unitary Symmetry = U(1) ® SU(3) + SU(2) + U(1-0) + U(1-1)
Quantum Number = Neutron ® n + l + ms + ml
From the above information it can be seen that during the process of beta minus decay the information of the neutron is broken down into the four quantum numbers and concomitantly also the four states of angular momenta. Each of these quantum numbers represents a unitary symmetry group. Each of these unitary symmetry groups is in quantum coherence with the molecular states of water at the quantum scale as follows:
ms = electron of 1 hydrogen atom
ml = electron of 1 hydrogen atom
n = one electron of orbital 1s of oxygen atom
l = one electron of orbital 1s of oxygen atom

These four quantum numbers are also represented within the three types of hydrogen bonds within water molecules as follows:

 

O ® O = combined length of covalent and hydrogen bonds = SU(2) = l

O ® H = covalent bond within water molecule = U(1-1) = ms and ml
O ® H = hydrogen bond between water molecules = SU(3) = n

In this way, it can be seen how the four quantum numbers of the homeopathic substance are transferred not only to the hydrogen bonds within water molecules but also that in turn the hydrogen bonds containing the four quantum numbers of the homeopathic substance transfers this information to the specific atomic state within water (i.e. either to the hydrogen or oxygen atom). This is how information is transferred to the atoms within water molecules.

When I was thinking how best to describe beta decay in real life terms, I recognised that the phenomenon of decay also occurs in biological systems at a cellular level. Thus I believe that the phenomena of β- decay can be likened to the process of catabolism. The word “catabolism” comes from the Greek word “kata” = “downward” and “ballein” = “to throw”.[3] Thus in the Unified Standard Model, where the down quark is located at Field 2 and the up quark at Field 1, in the process of β- decay, the down quark is “thrown downward” down the quantum harmonic oscillator.

Catabolism is the process of a set of metabolic pathways that break down molecules into smaller molecules and release energy. The word “energy” comes from the Ancient Greek word “energeia” which means “activity” or “operation”. In terms of Unified Field Theory, all activity, heat and energy arises due to the universal quality of SU(3). Thus when the down quark is transformed into an up quark during β- decay, (quantum catabolism), information U(1) (νe & e-) is released. This energy and information is in the form of an electron and an electron anti-neutrino. Thus there is a continuous process whereby the down quark (orbital angular momentum – l) creates the combined particle states of baryons and mesons (i.e. three quark and two quark particle states) and through the process of β- decay the baryons and mesons are catabolised whereby the information in the baryons and mesons is released back to the up quark at Field 1 back into the U(1-1) state of information of spin & total angular momentum of the wave function (ms and ml).

In catabolism within biological systems, the larger molecules are broken down into smaller ones and the energy released is used in respiration. In the quantum catabolism or β- decay, the U(1-0) down quark decays to a U(1-1) up quark and the information of spin and total angular momentum released (νe + e-) is used to power the oscillation of the quantum harmonic oscillator as well as provide two of the four particles required for fermion creation.

Given that the entire Unified Standard Model is based on the universal binary code of 0 and 1, it is possible to define β- decay in informational binary terms as changing from 0 ⟶ 1. Here information in the particle’s orbital angular momentum is translated back into the states of spin and total angular momentum by virtue of the transformation of the U(1) position down quark (0) in the neutron decaying into an up quark (1), also at U(1) position thus making a proton (SU(3)).

In the water molecule, β- decay occurs between the neutron (of oxygen in H2O) to the proton (of hydrogen in H2O), whereby the information of azimuthal quantum number (l x 2) and principal quantum number (n) in the down quark of the neutron (information = 0) is translated to the information of spin quantum number (ms), magnetic quantum number (ml), and principal quantum number (n) in the up quark of the proton of the hydrogen atom as the states of 0, 1 and 0:1. In this way, it can be seen that the information in the particles of a water molecule can be transformed into the information state of the wave function of spin and total angular momentum. This translated energy in the proton is then translated back into information in the neutron via the process of β+ decay or anabolism.

Here is a summary of this translation process of β- decay:

down quark of neutron of oxygen atom (contains l, l, n) ⇝ up quark of proton of hydrogen atom (ms, ml and n)

– i.e. the information is translated from a particle state (0) to a wave state (1).

Below is a diagram showing the process of beta minus decay within the context of the quantum state. The tetrahedral image is a diagram of the baryon supermultiplet using four quark models and half spin. I have circled the location of the neutron and proton states to explain exactly how beta decay occurs within the context of the four quark states of charm, strange, down and up quarks.

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Figure 2 – Beta minus decay – Fields 1 & 2 – neutron to proton

Beta Plus Decay

The same information that applies to β- decay also applies to β+ decay, with the process being reversed such that the quantum information in the proton is broken down via the process of beta decay into the four quantum numbers and four states of unitary symmetry. In this type of decay a proton is transformed into a neutron, which results in the emission of a positron and an electron neutrino. Beta decay is the process of transforming the information of spin and total angular momentum of the wave function (ms and ml) into the information of orbital angular momentum or electron orbital configuration state of the neutron.

Up Quark Down Quark = β+ decay U(1) ⟶ SU(2)

Here is a synopsis of β+ decay:

Quark chemistry = up quark (U(1-1)) ⟶ down quark (SU(2))
Nuclear chemistry =U(1) up quark proton (SU(3)) transforms to U(1) down quark neutron U(1)
Atomic =                 Proton ⟶ neutron + β+ +   νe + e+
Unitary Symmetry = SU(3) ® U(1-0) + SU(2) + U(1-1) + SU(3)

Quantum number =     n   ® ms + l   + ml   + n

Information of spin and total angular momentum in wave function – ms and ml ⟶ information of orbital angular momentum – i.e. particle state (l)

The process of β+ decay process can be likened to the biological process of anabolism. The word “anabolism” comes from the Greek word “ana” = “upward” and “ballein” = “to throw”.[4] Thus in the Unified Standard Model, where the up quark is located at Field 1 and the down quark at Field 2, in the process of β+ decay, the up quark is “thrown upwards” up the quantum harmonic oscillator. Anabolism is the process of a set of metabolic pathways that constructs molecules from smaller units. Anabolism requires both information and energy to operate. This information and energy is obtained from the process of catabolism via β- decay.

From a quantum mechanical perspective, β+ decay receives its energy to construct particles and assist in the production of higher atomic numbered elements from β- decay. Thus, at the base of the quantum harmonic oscillator, there is a cyclical redox-like reaction between the up and down quarks which constantly interact to produce informational and energy particles (i.e. e-, νe, e+ and νe) to be used to manufacture more particles via the beta function of Field 2 (down quark).

Here is a summary of this translation process of β+ decay:

up quark of proton of hydrogen atom (ms, ml and n) ⇝ down quark of neutron of oxygen atom (contains l, l, n)

– i.e. the information is translated from a wave state (1) to a particle state (0).

When an up quark is transferred into a down quark during β+ decay (quantum anabolism), the end result is also information (U(1-1) – νe) and energy in the form of total angular momentum (SU(3) – e+) in the form of an electron neutrino and a positron. In binary terms, β+ decay is the process of transformation of 1 ⟶ 0 or where the information of the proton is transferred to information in the neutron and the release of a νe and e+. I propose that it is the νe + e+ produced during β+ decay that is added with the νe + e- produced during β- decay to form the four quantum numbers as follows:

 

W

boson

ParticleBinary CodeUnitary SymmetryEuclidean SpaceDNA

Nucleic Acid

Quantum Number
β-

decay

= 0

W-e-1SU(2)

 

 

XGl
νe0U(1-0)Z0Tms
β+

decay

= 1

W+

 

 

e+0SU(3)YCn
νe1U(1-1)Z1Aml

 

Figure 3 – Beta decay correspondences to quantum and DNA fields

Here is a diagram of the redox-like process showing the two different stages of beta decay and how the binary information is transformed during this process.

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Figure 4 – Comparison of beta decay with anabolism & catabolism

I propose that it is through the different combinations of the four by-product particles of beta decay that fermions are formed. They act as a quaternion formula and it is through the 2×2 matrix of the SU(2) field of Field 2 or state of materiality that the four particles of e-, νe, e+ and νe interact in the quantum field to produce more complex fermions (i.e. baryons and mesons). It can be noted from the above table that these four particles each embody one of the four states of the three unitary symmetry groups or universal qualities. They truly are the building blocks of life. I further propose that the purpose of beta decay is to produce both particles (e- and e+) and information (νe and νe) in order to produce these four foundational particles from which larger particles can be formed. Just as DNA contains the four nucleic acids, so too do the up and down quarks hold the quantum version of nucleic acids as e-, νe, e+ and νe. Similarly, just as proteins and polypeptides are built upon the layering of the different kinds of amino acids which are formed from the DNA codons of three of the four nucleic acids of DNA, so too are the kaons, pions, mesons and elements of the periodic table fabricated from the four basic quantum “nucleic acids” of e-, νe, e+ and νe. These four particles are the foundational building blocks of matter. In fact I would also like to say that I believe that the e- and νe are the basis of purines and the e+ and νe are the basis of pyrimidines.

In biological systems at the atomic level, redox reactions involve the transference of electrons. However, in the process of quantum beta decay the transferred elements are the information of U(1) unitary symmetry group of a down quark in a neutron and an up quark in a proton. It is this informational transference (U(1)) that renders the up quark to become a down quark and vice versa. The functional shift occurs because it is the spin quantum number (ms) that determines the function of a particle and since it is the U(1) quark that is being transformed, then the transformation of information (i.e. U(1-0) and U(1-1) or ms and ml ). This) means that the quark is functionally altered by the swapping of the spin states. For more information about the mechanics of spin in determining fermion function, please refer to the text “Principia Unitas – Vol. III – The Quantum Mechanism” in the section “Photon Polarisation and the Unified Standard Model”. Here are two diagrams showing the process of neutron “oxidation” and “reduction”.[5]

 

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Figure 5 – Beta decay – informational exchange

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Figure 6 – Beta decay – redox reaction & informational exchange

I truly believe that much can be understood by comparing the biological metabolic process (i.e. catabolism and anabolism) with quantum mechanics. In fact, as mentioned in the text “Principia Unitas – Vol. II – The Quantum Mechanism”, we can actually comprehend much, much more about quantum mechanics by comparing different aspects of it with reasoned analogous biological processes.

As I was grappling with how to understand and explain beta decay, the fact that during the process W+ and W- bosons and particles appear out of seemingly nowhere, I had the flash of insight to use real life decay systems as a means of understanding and explaining beta decay. My training as a homeopath has helped me enormously in this regard, since the knowledge of the biological processes of ATP production came to mind from the days of studying anatomy & physiology. I then recognised that the W+ and W- bosons can be perceived to act as coenzymes which act as quantum “helper molecules” in the process of metabolism (i.e. beta decay) and that the analogy can be made between W- as NAD and W+ as NADH.1 Thus the W- boson can be perceived to be a quantum oxidising agent and that the W+ boson can be perceived to be a quantum reducing agent. Therefore, it can be understood that the two types of beta decay – i.e. β- decay and β+ decay represent an oxidising and reducing process respectively. Thus beta decay represents a quantum redox reaction whereby energy and information is released during catabolism and then this energy is used to power anabolism, with the resultant by-products of e-, νe, e+ and νe becoming available to then produce more complex fermions within the quantum mechanism.

Thus, I propose that the underlying purpose for quark decay, and indeed the weak force generally, is not just to allow quarks to change flavour, but in a very real way quark decay represents informational translation – from 0 ⟶ 1(β- decay) and from 1 ⟶ 0 (β+ decay).

There are two types of processes here:

βdecay:

beta decay – hadron notation = neutron ® proton + e- + νe = U(1-1) ® SU(3)

beta decay – quark notation = down quark to up quark = udd ® uud + e- + νe = SU(2) ® U(1-1)

β+ decay:

beta decay – hadron notation = proton ® neutron + e+ + νe = SU(3) ® U(1-1)

beta decay – quark notation = up quark to down quark = uud ® udd + e+ + νe = U(1-1) ® SU(2)

 

From a universal quality perspective at the quark scale the informational translation of beta decay represents the translation of SU(2) to U(1-1) (β- decay) and from U(1-1) to SU(2) (β+ decay). From a unitary symmetry group perspective this informational translation process represents the translation of SU(2) to U1(1) via β- decay and from U1(1) to SU(2) via β+ decay. From a functional perspective the informational translation of beta decay represents the translation of the information of orbital angular momentum into the information of wave function (β- decay) and from information in wave function to information in particle (β+ decay). Viewed in this way, beta decay is not just about colour charge and quark flavour changing, but it also functions as a binary informational transformational mechanism or “binary flavour changing” between SU(2) and U(1-1) or between the particle state and the wave function – i.e. between l and ms:ml. It is this very informational translation between the up and down quarks in the beta function that underpins the dynamic of quark flavour changing. I propose that the three aspects of colour charge each embody a state of binary informational charge as follows:

Strong ForceWeak Force
Field 4 – green = 0 = -ve chargeField 2 – anti-green (magenta) = 0 = -ve charge
Field 1 – red = 0:1 = neutralField 5 – anti-red (cyan) = 0 = -ve charge
Field 6 – blue = 1 = +ve chargeField 3 – anti-blue (yellow) = 1 = +ve charge

 

Figure 7 – QCD as binary code informational “charges”

In this way, the quark anti-quark pairs can be perceived to be sets of informational binary codes that inform each of the neutrinos, anti-neutrinos, neutrons, protons, and charged leptons as follows:

g g = 10

r r   = 0110

b b = 01

Thus beta decay can be recognised to be the informational transfer mechanism that it really is, as well as the conventional perception of charge exchange quark flavour changing. Having beta decay as an informational transport mechanism within the quantum field facilitates the exchange of binary information between SU(2) and U(1-1) at the quark scale. In the proton the states of U(1-1) of the up quark and the SU(3) state of the proton can be understood to be informationally identical, but that in the proton – SU(3), the information is on the imaginary plane (i/-i axis) rather than on the Absolute plane (j/-j axes) as is the case of the U(1) up quark
U(1-1) of the proton.

Water Memory via Beta Decay

The reason I have explained beta decay in such detail, is not only to show the informational aspect of beta decay, but also to demonstrate the fact that information is transferable between the angular momenta states at the quantum scale. Thus in the quantum mechanism, beta decay acts to translate the passive information of the particle state (down quark – SU(2)) into the active information of the wave function or up quark – ms:ml. and back again. Another way to explain beta decay is to say that it causes a transformation in quantum number from azimuthal quantum number to spin and magnetic quantum number and back again. SU(2) literally picks up the pieces left over from the quantum redox reaction of beta decay (i.e. the four particles of e-, νe, e+ and νe) and utilises them to fabricate baryons and mesons. Yet another simplistic explanation is to say that it transforms the information of the particle to the superposition state of and back again to the particle state. It is because the weak force breaks parity symmetry (as the Wu Experiment discovered) that gives rise to the ability of the particle state to change states. It is the fact that water molecules (SU(2)) exist in the particle state (SU(2)) that endows water with the ability to exchange information via the parity symmetry breaking capability of the weak force (SU(2)) in which it exists.


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About the author

Christina Munns

Christina Munns

Christina Munns is an Australian homeopath, independent scientific scholar and meditator. She is the author of a series of seven books called Principia Unitas. Written in an easy to understand style, these books explain many of her discoveries including: the solution to dark matter/energy, quantum gravity, supersymmetry, cardiocentric cosmology and a Unified M-theory model. Thinking “outside the square" has enabled her to make the connections between ancient Indian wisdom and modern day physics. She is passionate about teaching the scientific community and the general public about Unified Field Theory and its implications for humanity.

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