Friday, June 01, 2007

Royal Rife To Quantum Physics

Einstein On Max Planck
Many kinds of men devote themselves to science, and not all for the sake of science herself. There are some who come into her temple because it offers them the opportunity to display their particular talents. To this class of men science is a kind of sport in the practice of which they exult, just as an athlete exults in the exercise of his muscular prowess. There is another class of men who come into the temple to make an offering of their brain pulp in the hope of securing a profitable return. These men are scientists only by the chance of some circumstance which offered itself when making a choice of career. If the attending circumstances had been different, they might have become politicians or captains of business.

Should an angel of God descend and drive from the temple of science all those who belong to the categories I have mentioned, I fear the temple would be nearly emptied. But a few worshipers would still remain -- some from former times and some from ours. To these latter belongs our Planck. And that is why we love him. Birth of The Quantum

Adapted from: Albert Einstein: from the preface to /Where is Science Going?/ by Max Planck. Original German text 1933, English text Ox Bow Press 1981.

Proteins and Nucleic Acids Singing to One Another
The real bioinformatics revolution may be here, not the one hyped in mainstream science journals, nor the ‘systems biology' supposed to make intellectual meat out of genome sequences ‘blasted' in and out of databases with little success so far ( No System in Systems Biology , SiS 21). It is something else, and the scientists at the heart of it started by asking a question that was unthinkable except to a very few: Is it possible that molecules recognize and find each other by singing the same note(s), or flashing the same colour(s)? ISIS

Frequency Light Auras
Rife said viruses were "identified by a frequency of light which coordinates with the chemical constituents of the virus". Researchers at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute; University of California, San Diego and other established medical research facilities think that Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) glows because it gives off "good green vibes" or "positive green Karma." The Rife Microscope