I had given long time ago given up the attempts to publish anything about TGD in so called respected journals. Then I was asked to do this in a journal, which is rapidly gaining respectability. For an outsider it is not perhaps not easy to what this meant for me personally. I enjoy again the basic right of scientist- to publish the fruits of the life work, which has required total devotion and lasted already for more than three decades in my own case! It seems that science as a genuine exploration continues despite the degeneration of most of the academic research to mere career building.
The fourth journal in the series is DNA Decipher Journal devovted to issues related to biology. DNA Decipher Journal has just published its Inaugural Issue entitled "Decipherment of the Secrets of DNA" to be found at http://dnadecipher.com.
Also I have the honor to contribute articles to the inaugural issue.
- Two articles are devoted to the model of DNA as topological quantum computer based on the braiding of magnetic flux tubes connecting DNA nucleotides and lipids of nuclear and cell membranes.
- There is a commentary of the dramatic findings of Montagnier group about water memory in terms of TGD based model of water memory and the three exotic representations of genetic code suggested by TGD. The findings allow to see the representations of the codes as necessary parts of a bigger structure involving the interaction of visible and dark matter.
- There is also an article together with Peter Gariaev about how DNA could be able to generate holograms. If the proposed interpretation is correct, it is possible to photograph the magnetic body of DNA sample containing dark matter identified as phases with large value of Planck constant.
DNA Decipher Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2011): Inaugural Issue: Decipherment of the Secrets of DNA
Table of Contents
Decipherment of the Secrets of DNA
Huping Hu, Maoxin Wu
Principles of Linguistic-Wave Genetics
Peter Gariaev, Mark J. Friedman, Ekaterina A. Leonova-Gariaeva
DNA as Basis for Quantum Biocomputer
Peter Gariaev, Peter J. Marcer, Katherine A. Leonova-Gariaeva, Uwe Kaempf, Valeriy D. Artjukh
Model for the Findings about Hologram Generating Properties of DNA
Peter Gariaev, Matti Pitkanen
The Tree of Life: Tangled Roots and Sexy Shoots: Tracing the genetic
pathway from the first Eukaryotes to Homo sapiens
DNA as Topological Quantum Computer: Part I
DNA as Topological Quantum Computer: Part II
DNA & Water Memory: Comments on Montagnier Group s Recent Findings