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The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Four, the Language of the Cell Summary

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Chapter Four, the Language of the Cell Summary and Analysis

French scientists are experimenting with a pig heart, sending the low frequency waves of chemicals that increase or decrease the heart rate. The waves produce the same result as the actual application of the chemicals. Like Popp, they learn that each molecule in the universe has a unique frequency and that the language it uses to speak to the world is a resonating wave. The French scientists are focusing on the effect of light on individual molecules. French scientist Jacques Benveniste and a team of colleagues discover that molecule properties still remain in highly diluted solvents. They theorize that when the original source is succussed (shaken vigorously) with the diluting solvent (mainly water), that information (memory) must be transmitted to the solvent. Benveniste discovers "the memory of water."

Benveniste welcomes a challenge from...

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