Biological life and artificial non harmonic EMF – Fractal Antennas in wireless technology kill biological life – Rapid Beamforming in Smart Antennas is 5G Kill Grid

“Ambient man-made electromagnetic fields (EMFs)… are a serious environmental issue. Yet most environmentalists know little about it, perhaps because the subject has been the purview of physicists and engineers for so long that biologists have lost touch with electromagnetism’s fundamental inclusion in the biological paradigm. All living cells and indeed whole living beings… are dynamic coherent electrical systems utterly reliant on bioelectricity for life’s most basic metabolic processes… most living things are fantastically sensitive to vanishingly small EMF exposures… man-made electromagnetic exposures aren’t “normal.”  They are artificial… with unusual intensities, signaling characteristics, pulsing patterns, and wave forms, that don’t exist in nature. And they can misdirect cells in myriad ways… Humans are not the only species being affected… We ignore this at our own peril now.”

B. Blake Levitt

DNA GEOMETRY FUNDAMENTALS

Blank M, Goodman R. DNA is a fractal antenna in electromagnetic fields. Int. J. Radiat. Biol., 84:4, 409-415, 2011.

Studies in non-ionising range

  1. Many studies have analyzed health effects associated with low frequency range (power lines and electrical appliances) and have found that the stress response is activated. DNA strand breaks are associated with fields strengths that are higher than those that initiate the stress response. Chronic low level exposure has been associated with childhood leukemia.
  2. EMF exposures in the RF range have been associated with brain and salivary gland tumours.

DNA as a fractal antena

  1. A fractal antenna is an antenna that can receive and transmit electromagnetic radiation at many different frequencies simultaneously. Eukaryotic DNA can act as a fractal antenna due to is structural properties and interact with a wide range of frequencies at the same time.
  2. DNA can be activated in both the non-ionising and ionising range and this could lead to breaks in the DNA strands depending on the amount of energy that is absorbed. The higher the frequency, the greater the energy absorbed, and the higher contribution to DNA damage.

Wireless 5G fractal antennas are deadlier for life – Fractal antennas and fractal resonators

Antenna design has historically been dominated by Euclidean geometry. An fractal antenna includes at least one element whose physical shape is at least partially defined as a second or higher iteration deterministic fractal. The resultant fractal antenna does not rely upon an opening angle for performance, and may be fabricated as a dipole, a vertical, or a quad, among other configurations. The number of resonant frequencies for the fractal antenna increases with iteration number N and more such frequencies are present than in a prior art Euclidean antenna. This leads to greater biological damage.

Further, the resonant frequencies can include non-harmonically related frequencies. At the high frequencies associated with wireless and cellular telephone communications, a second or third iteration. Minkowski fractal antenna is implemented on a printed circuit board that is small enough to fit within the telephone. A fractal antenna according to the present invention is substantially smaller than its Euclidean counterpart, yet exhibits at least similar gain, efficiency, New antennas are silent killer. Fractal antennas are also used in RFID tags and nano devices (Strategic Intelligence – Cryptocurrency System using Body Activity Data – ID2020 – Digital ID with Vaccines – Monarch RFID – NanoCore – Slavery)

“The process of evolution has ensured that most surviving organisms within a population function adequately because the population is adapted to the immediate environment.  If environmental or social conditions change too rapidly and exceed the organisms’s ability to adjust, health deteriorates and diseases develop.

Michael Huesemann and Joyce Huesemann

3-D Structure Of Human Genome: Fractal Globule Architecture Packs Two Meters Of DNA Into Each Cell

Rapid Beam Forming in Smart Antennas for Wireless Applications Using Smart-Fractal Concepts and New Algorithm – Rapid Killing

Authors: M. Levy ; D. Sriram Kumar ; Anh Dinh ; Sumanta Bose

„Smart“ antennas use an array of low gain antenna elements which are connected by a network. Fractal concepts are used in antenna arrays last 10 years. The properties of fractal arrays are frequency independent multiband characteristics, schemes for realizing low side lobe designs, systematic approaches to thinning and the ability to develop rapid beam forming algorithms. Fractal wireless antenna – massive MIMO – Beamforming are big danger for life itself.

“… when humans, using science and technology, attempt to optimize nature for their own purposes, they immediately disturb the natural balance.”  

Michael Huesemann and Joyce Huesemann

Smart antennas are MIMO arrays that emphasize the signal of interest and minimizes the interfering signals by adjusting or adapting its own beam pattern. This is done by varying the relative phases of the respective signals feeding the antennas in such a way that the effective radiation pattern of the array is reinforced in the desired direction and suppressed inundesired directions to model any desired radiation pattern. ( Directed-Energy Weapons – Lasers and Microwaves.) Smart antenna techniques are used notably in signal processing, RADAR, radio astronomy, and cellular systems like W-CDMA and UMTS. Also our DNA is notably affected with artificial EMF (5G: Great risk for EU, U.S. and International Health! Compelling Evidence for Eight Distinct Types of Great Harm Caused by Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Exposures and the Mechanism that Causes Them). The smart antenna concept can be used in optical antenna technology also to produce rapid beamscanning. Spatial time multiplexing techniques and spacetime block code techniques also widely use smart antennas. UWB communication also makes use of smart antennas with proper bandwidth allocated to it.

Fractal Concepts

A fractal is a recursively generated object having a fractional dimension. Many objects, including antennas, can be designed using the recursive nature of a fractal. (Utility of genomic fractals resulting in fractals of organisms). The important properties of fractal arrays are frequency independent multiband characteristic schemes for realizing low-side lobe designs, systematic approaches to thinning, and the ability to develop rapid beam-forming algorithms by exploiting the recursive nature of fractals. These arrays have fractional dimensions that are found from generating subarray used to recursively create the fractal array. The term fractal, meaning broken or irregular fragments, was originally coined by Mandelbrot to describe a family of complex shapes that possess an inherent self-similarity in their geometrical structure. Since the pioneering work of Mandelbrot and others, a wide variety of applications for fractals have been found in many branches of science and engineering. One such area is fractal electrodynamics, in which fractal geometry is combined with electromagnetic theory for the purpose of investigation of current class of radiation, propagation, and scattering problems.

In the evolution of the modern telecommunication networks and multiple access systems we kill everything on the way. Do you really need to kill everything, before you kill yourself? the employment of the spatial processing approaches and techniques becomes essential according to the related wireless standards. Do we need those standards, which does not protect us? With this technology, each user’s signal is transmitted and received by the base station only in the direction of that particular user (5G Transmitters – High Gear Dielectric Lens Antenna – Chemical Nano Spraying – 3D Maps – 868 MHz – Battlefield ). The spatial processing is considered as the main idea behind the use of adaptive and smart antennas, antenna arrays, beamforming algorithms, interference cancelation, bandwidth-efficient signaling systems, and direction of arrival (DOA) estimation schemes (in the case of non-blind beamforming). But truly, what is the main idea of our live?

Electric DNA

DNA is the ultimate information storage molecule in the universe. Dr John Mattick, a leading researcher into DNA function, proposes that ‘junk’ DNA acts like an advanced computer operating system. More recently, he lamented how the idea that non-protein–coding DNA was just junk had greatly harmed science:

‘The failure to recognize the full implications of [non-protein–coding DNA] may well go down as one of the biggest mistakes in the history of molecular biology.’

Dr John Mattick

Another intriguing property is how DNA in cells conducts electricity (However, more up-to-date information shows that long-distance conduction is probably due to the surrounding water molecules rather than the DNA itself—Biever, C., Electrifying claims dashed, New Scientist177(2388):17, 29 March 2003). DNA is easily damaged. Some chemicals, including free radicals (Electromagnetic Effects on Mitochondria), attack DNA by stealing an electron from (i.e. oxidizing) one of the bases—the chemical ‘letters’ of the DNA code. The resulting electron ‘hole’ can hop along the DNA, behaving like a positive electric current.

We already reported that some of the ‘junk’ DNA comprises pairings between the ‘letters’ A and T (the bases adenine and thymine), and this blocks this damaging electrical current. These pairings act as insulators or ‘electronic hinges in a circuit’ to protect essential genes from electrical damage from free radicals attacking a distant part of the DNA.1

More recently, Jacqueline Barton of the California Institute of Technology has shown that DNA also uses its electrical properties for protection. At the edge of some genes, there is a string of G ‘letters’ (the base guanine). They readily absorb the electron hole, so the electron hole moves along until it reaches this string of Gs. This deflects the damage from the parts of the DNA that code for proteins (Ananthaswamy, A., Enzymes scan DNA using electric pulse, New Scientist 180(2417):10, 18 October 2003).