Nobel Prize winner, Luc Montagnier, says that DNA can be generated from its own teleported “quantum imprint”

According to Montagnier, DNA emits electromagnetic signals that it creates on its own. He says that this signals, also known as “ghost DNA” are commonly understood as enzymes when in reality they are replicated forms of DNA that travel elsewhere. The scientist says that this ability to create and move its own signals is what he designates as teleportation.

Montagnier and his team used two test tubes to attempt to prove their theory. They filled one of them with a fragment of DNA that was 100 bases long, and the second tube was filled with pure H2O. Then, they isolated both tubes in “chamber” which helped isolated Earth’s  electromagnetic field to avoid any external influence in the results.

The scientists later applied a weak source of electromagnetic energy via a copper coil. After a few hours, the materials in both tubes were put through a “polymerase chain reaction” to try to find any remaining DNA. This process exposed the remains to enzymes that in theory would create copies of any DNA fragments that were left.

According to Montagnier, the DNA was found in both the tubes although only one of them had been filled with DNA fragments at the beginning of the experiment.

The team of scientists concluded that the result of their experiment is proof that DNA emits electromagnetic signals that teleport the DNA to other places, such as water molecules.

If the scientists are correct in their conclusion, it means that DNA can teleport itself from one cell to another, where copies could be made. This is what has been equaled to teleportation of DNA material.

There has not been a complete analysis of Montagnier’s experiment since his study has not been published, but it is expected that more details will be made available when the results of his experiment are published and scrutinized.

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