IS THERE A CLUE TO AGING IN SEMITIC TELOMERASE?
Breakthroughs in molecular information teleportation and computer programming may allow us to slow the aging rate or even cure it. (12/12/2013.) Note: This article was accessed by the IRS, (reverse) IP address 22.214.171.124 on Nov 29, 2017 at 16:01:27.
How can we lengthen life and combat the effects of aging? There are hints in the Torah Code and in modern physics literature that are promising if funded for further study. TELOMERASE (the axis term on Figure 1) is a ribonucleoprotein that is an enzyme that adds DNA sequence repeats ("TTAGGG" in all vertebrates) to the 3' end of DNA strands in the telomere regions, which are found at the ends of eukaryotic chromosomes. This region of repeated nucleotide called telomeres contains noncoding DNA (also on Figure 1) and hinders the loss of important DNA from chromosome ends. While it is currently unknown to what extent telomere erosion contributes to the normal aging process, maintenance of DNA in general, and telomeric DNA to be specific, has emerged as a major consideration in aging theory. Dr. Michael Fossel has suggested in an interview that telomerase therapies may be used not only to combat cancer but also to actually get around human aging and extend lifespan significantly. He believes human trials of telomerase-based therapies for extending lifespan will occur within the next 10 years. This timeline is significant because it coincides with the retirement of Baby Boomers in the U.S. and Europe. Before exploring biophysics, let’s look more at Figures 1 and 2 from the Torah Code.
Figure 1 above: The direct extension of the axis term TELOMERASE yields SEMITIC which in turn is intersected in the open text by FAMILY. This may suggest that there is something special or worthy of study on Semitic telomerase. It's discussed further in the paragraph below. Figure 2 below is based on the same ELS of the axis term, but it's expanded down and to the left to include QUANTUM and TUNNELING. The word FAMILY was left off the report for purposes of space, but it's the same term as that identified for Figure 1.
For Figure 1 the direct extension of the axis term TELOMERASE yields SEMITIC which in turn is intersected in the open text by FAMILY. This may suggest that there is something special or worthy of study on Semitic telomerase. There is also an intersection of CHILDREN OF ISRAEL by an ELS of REGENERATION. TELOMERASE is intersected by an ELS of TRANSPORTER. The idea that damaged DNA and TELOMERASE could be helped by a computer program is suggested by WILL GO OUT OF A COMPUTER located just below DNA.
Figure 2 is based on the same exact axis term as discussed for Figure 1, but it's expanded a bit to show two vital a-priori words, both at special case skips (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term): QUANTUM at skip +1, and TUNNELING at the skip of TELOMERASE (but opposite direction). On the line that starts the ELS forTUNNELING in the open text is AND ISRAEL SAW THE FACE OF MOSES THAT THE SKIN WAS RADIANT. Another translation for the latter phrase from Exodus 34:35 is And the children of Israel saw the face of Moses, that the skin of Moses' face sent forth beams. So the phrase speaks to something unnatural in terms of light being emitted from the body of Moses.
What is Quantum Tunneling? Wikipedia defines it as follows:
Quantum tunneling refers to the quantum mechanical phenomenon where a particle tunnels through a barrier that it classically could not surmount. This plays an essential role in several physical phenomena, such as the nuclear fusion that occurs in main sequence stars like the Sun. It has important applications modern devices such as the tunnel diode, quantum computing, and the scanning tunneling microscope. The effect was predicted in the early 20th century and its acceptance, as a general physical phenomenon, came mid-century.
Tunneling is often explained using the Heisenberg uncertainty principle and the wave–particle duality of matter. Purely quantum mechanical concepts are central to the phenomenon, so quantum tunneling is one of the novel implications of quantum mechanics.
Normally the cell nuclei with their telomeres would lie behind barriers that could not be classically surmounted, especially given the fact that adults have on average about 100 trillion cells. So even if we can reach these cells or the ones that are most critical with respect to repairing damage due to aging, it is apparent that any technology designed to repair or regenerate the damaged telomeres would require a computer program to reach the telomeres in question. That is why items like WILL GO OUT OF A COMPUTER, DNA, REGENERATION on the above matrices are so interesting.
But what are we to make of the SEMITIC extension of TELOMERASE in Figures 1 and 2? Do Jews tend to live longer than other people? In general, yes. In the United States, a study shows that life expectancy at age 55 (average number of additional years lived beyond 55) for Jews is 27.7. This is two to seven years longer than any other large religious group in the United States. In Israel too Jewish life expectancies are among the highest in the world. However it is not clear if the long lives are due genetic or cultural causes, or some combination of both. In my own (Ashkenazi Jewish) family, my great great grandmother Mary Roffman (shown in Figure 3) in the last century lived beyond 100, and many reached their 90s.
Figure 3 - The Roffman family tree with Mary Roffman who lived over 100 years.
Figure 4 - The cover for an Air Force TELEPORTATION PHYSICS STUDY published in August, 2004.
WHO IS ERIC W. DAVIS? For starters, Eric W. Davis of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin in Austin, Texas is one of the editors for FRONTIERS IN PROPULSION SCIENCE, the first text book of its kind, which is outlined in detail by my son at his web site. The Davis remarks were approved by Franklin B. Mead, Jr. - see the block 19a of the Report Documentation Page shown here.
Figure 5 - A print screen of the critical page 56 of the Air Force Teleportation Physics Study which states, "There are also a small number of credible reports of individuals who reported being teleported to/from UFOs during a UFO close encounter which were scientifically investigated (Vallee, 1988, 1990, 1997)."
While Davis is obviously a brilliant man, not everyone hold holds the same opinion about him, and of course if there really are aliens and people beaming up and down from UFOs as he say, our Government can be expected to paint him as a nut. Thus it is not too surprising to read on Wikipedia that he has received the Pigasus Award in 2004, the year that the Teleportation Physics Study was published. The award is the name of an annual tongue-in-cheek award presented by noted skeptic James Randi. He seeks to expose parapsychological, paranormal or psychic frauds. However he notes that the Air Force paid Dr. Davis $25,000 for the teleportation study.
So let's move on and see who are the people discussing teleportation of DNA and learn what have they concluded. Let's look at what the abstract for the paper in question says and then follow up with brief discussion:
Highlights of DNA waves and water by L. Montagnier1,2, J. Aisssa2, E. De Giudice3, C. Lavalle2, A. Tedeschi4, and G. Vitiello5
1 World Foundation for AIDS research and Prevention UNESCO), Paris, France
2 Nanetics Biotechnologies, S.A. rue de Albert Calmette, F78350 Jony-en-Josas, France
3 HB, International Institute for Biophotonics, Neuss, Germany
4 WHITE HB, Milano, Italy
5 Dipartimento di Matematica e Informatica, Universita do Salerno and INFN, Gruppo Collegato Salerno, I-84100 Salerno, Italy
Abstract. Some bacterial and viral DNA sequences have been found to induce low frequency electromagnetic waves in high aqueous dilutions. This phenomenon appears to be triggered by the ambient electromagnetic background of very low frequency. We discuss this phenomenon in the framework of quantum field theory. A scheme able to account for the observations is proposed. The reported phenomenon could allow to develop highly sensitive detection systems for chronic bacterial and viral infections.
So what does all this mean? Well, the phenomenon being studied is not as magic as it sounds, but it still offers hope in solving the aging process, as well as in treatment of several other pathological conditions. But before going into how, I offer a controversial slide about quantum tunneling from the as Figure 6 from the Anderson Institute.
Figure 6 - Slide on Quantum Tunneling from the Anderson Institute. Note that the slide opposes the idea of matter transport, but not information transport. It is with the information that is transported that DNA can be assembled across a barrier, but only when the ingredients to assemble DNA are provided in a water medium.
Figure 6 above shows a slide on Quantum Tunneling from the Anderson Institute. Note that the slide opposes the idea of matter transport, but not information transport. It is with the information that is transported that DNA can be assembled across a barrier, but only when the ingredients to assemble DNA are provided in a water medium. After explaining a new property of DNA correlated with the induction of extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic (em) fields, and how these can induce DNA genetic information to be transmitted into water through electromagnetic waves, Montagnier et. al state:
At this point the most critical step was undertaken, namely to investigate the specificity of the induced water nanostructures by recreating from them the DNA sequence. For this all the ingredients to synthesize the DNA by polymerase chain reaction (nucleotides, primers, polymerase) were added to the tube of signalized water. The amplification was performed under classical conditions (35 cycles) in a thermocycler. The DNA produced was then submitted to electrophoresis in an agarose gel. The result was that a DNA band of the expected size of the original LTR fragment was detected. It was further verified that this DNA had a sequence identical or close to identical to the original DNA sequence of the LTR. In fact, it was 98 % identical (2 nucleotide difference) out of 104. This experiment was found to be highly reproducible (12 out of 12) and was also repeated with another DNA sequence from a bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi, the agent of Lyme disease.
So what we have here is a process that allows new DNA (almost like a clone of the original DNA) to be built in a container with water, but the DNA does not appear via any matter undergoing quantum tunneling. The "clone" however is a new molecule, and it might not start out compromised by the Hayflick limit. However, if the new molecule is still limited by the Hayflick limit because the transmitted signal was based on the age-damaged molecule, then an alteration in the signal may be required, with the original signal modified or corrected via an intermediate step in order to ensure that the damaged segment be computer corrected to ensure that what is transmitted looks like the molecule when life started out. In other words, it may not be necessary to have the actual DNA do the transmitting into the target cells. It is only necessary to have the corrected signal transmitted into the target cells.
Once the "young" molecular signature is transmitted, it is only when the necessary ingredients are added to make a kind of soup with the right elements that DNA can be made. However those ingredients are found throughout cells of the body, so if a program can be made to analyze which cells are most in need of DNA or RNA repair (and in particular telomere repair), then there is reason to hope that affects of aging can be reversed. While Montagnier et. al do not specifically discuss the reversal of aging, they mention other medical uses, specifically stating that:
We remark that it is possible to detect the same EMS from the plasma of patients suffering from various infections and chronic diseases. The plasma has to be kept fresh and unfrozen. If the plasma is frozen at −70 ◦C then one must extract the DNA in order to recover the signals. The DNA can be also extracted from tissue biopsies. The list of diseases in which EMS have been found (such as Alzheimer, Parkinson, Multiple Sclerosis, various neuropathies, chronic Lyme syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis) indicate clearly that their presence is not limited to diseases known to be of infectious origin: The fact that EMS have been found in diseases not known to be of infectious origin is intriguing, and leads us to seek bacterial or viral factors in these diseases. A special case is that of HIV. Signals have been regularly detected coming from HIV DNA sequences in the blood of patients treated by antiretroviral therapy and responding well to that treatment by the disappearance of viral RNA copies in the circulating blood. This would indicate that such DNA comes from a reservoir not accessible to the classical treatment, and not from viral particles circulating in the blood. Moreover, not only the plasma of the patients, but also the red blood cell fraction contains DNA emitting signals. This is intriguing, as the red cells do not contain any cellular DNA, and as the virus does not bind to erythrocyte membrane.
Figure 7 - Probability calculations for Figures 1 and 2.
CONCLUSION. One of the biggest questions that will cross anyone’s mind on reading the Book of Genesis is why life expectances are for reported up to 969 years for Methuselah – see Genesis 5:27, and then reduced to 120 years only 8 verses later in Genesis 6:3. The 120-year limit in recent times has only been surpassed by Jeanne Calment who lived 122 years, 164 days.
In this article we have seen a hint in the Torah Code that the telomerase in Semitic people (Jews) may include an element that might explain why Jews live longer than people of other faiths in the United States (and in Israel). We have also examined experimental evidence from a Nobel Prize winner to show that specific DNA can be recreated in a tube of water with proper nutrients added just based on electromagnetic emissions from the DNA in a separate container. This is not really matter teleportation, but it is based on information teleportation from the original DNA – something not really known to exist before that is a property of the only molecule (DNA) that is synonymous with life.
I have also discussed the fact that there are about 100 trillion cells in an adult body. While it would be nice to refresh all of them, it is most vital to refresh those that are vital for life that have decayed in accordance with the Hayflick limit. However, to shoot for this or a total rejuvenation of the body, it is vital that a computer code be written and adapted to any device carrying out the rejuvenation/regeneration process in order to ensure that either the right cells or nearly all of them are reached and properly stimulated at the telomeric level. Thus the Torah Code provides the term OUT OF A COMPUTER directly below the ELS of DNA. The computer is needed to assist in transporting the vital information to the TELOMERASE, which may be a reason that an ELS of TRANSPORTER shares a letter with TELOMERASE. If we can do this, we can accomplish REGENERATION as hinted at by Figure 1. This is a goal worthy of great funding. It is not some wild dream. The work of Montagnier et al. has pointed the way to at least getting a lot more of us back to that 120-year lifespan or limit that the Bible promised, but only one or a handful of people reach.
There will be problems inherent in such technology. What will we do for living space for all these people? Economics will likely limit the number of folks who can access it, just as economics today limits who can afford to buy a ticket up to the International Space Station. But the goal is reasonable, and there are surely people who are worthy of a greatly expanded life expectancy. If it is expensive, it is also true that it will greatly cut the costs for hospitalization of the elderly and terminally ill. And as such, I request that those who read this article pass it on to the greatest number of people possible. I have rarely issued a request like this before, but I do so now because we all face aging and the problems associated with. I am 66 years old. I have looked for answer like this for 17 years in the Torah Code, but not found it until December 2013. Let’s work together, let’s bring the right brains, talent and funding together, and make this happen!
Barry S Roffman
E-mail Arkhunt@Juno.Com and BarrySRoffman @Gmail.Com.
December 12, 2013