PriMera Scientific Surgical Research and Practice (ISSN: 2836-0028)

Review Article

Volume 1 Issue 5

The Quantum Functioning of Stem Cells in Autism and in Certain Somatic Diseases

Adam Adamski*

April 18, 2023


Human life is not only a matter of biology and biochemistry, it is also a cybernetic-information and bioelectronic construct that affects health, disease and human behavior. In this new bioelectronic paradigm, human cognition begins to emerge in the aspect of quantum processes taking place in an integrated circuit. In bioelectronic terms, an organism is understood as an integrated system made of biological piezoelectrics, pyroelectrics, ferroelectrics and semiconductors, filled with bioplasma and managed by quantum processes electronically using biocomputers.

The human biological system, apart from the biochemical way, uses the transfer of information by means of electromagnetic, acoustic, soliton waves, electric, electromagnetic, torsion (spin) fields and bioplasma. In stem cells, quantum processes play a significant role, it depends on them human psychophysical development. In the Universe, the primordial information "ingeneza" works, which is encoded in atoms. Each DNA atom is encoded with specific genetic information. Ingeneza programs are quantized and create all stages of development, cell, organism, biosphere and cosmos. Water molecules are carriers of information.

Keywords: stem cells; autism; quantum processes


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