Magnetism and the quantum field

Tijn Touber | March 2005 issue

Recent breakthroughs in quantum physics offer explanations for electromagnetism’s ability to order and create. Inside the nucleus of an atom there is mainly empty space. The distance from the nucleus of an atom to the electrons surrounding it is proportionate to the distance of the earth to Pluto. This “empty” space between the particles—also referred to as the “quantum field” or Zero Point Field (see Ode November 2003)—contains an enormous amount of energy in the form of electromagnetic frequencies.

The American physician Robert Becker theorizes that organisms use these electromagnetic fields for their development. According to his vision, which is backed by a growing number of scientists, including Ervin Laszlo in his recent book Cosmic Vision, these fields contain information on the “blueprint” of organisms. By tuning into these fields, the human body is, for example, able to heal wounds so completely that the healed area is restored to its original form. It is known that salamanders use electromagnetic frequencies to grow back amputated body parts. This was proven back in the 1940s by the American neuroanatomist Harold Burr of Yale University. Along with Fritz Albert Popp, a German physicist, Burr also detected fields of light around living organisms. Young salamanders appeared to have a light field in the shape of an adult salamander around them. This blueprint is already present around unfertilized eggs.

It is probable that people also use these energetic “blueprints”. How else can we explain that you recognize an old friend you haven’t seen for years? After all, there is no molecule in the same place, the body has been totally “renewed” during that time. The fact that the new molecules take exactly the same shape as their predecessors, indicates an electromagnetic blueprint of creation.

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Magnetism and the quantum field

Tijn Touber | March 2005 issue

Recent breakthroughs in quantum physics offer explanations for electromagnetism’s ability to order and create. Inside the nucleus of an atom there is mainly empty space. The distance from the nucleus of an atom to the electrons surrounding it is proportionate to the distance of the earth to Pluto. This “empty” space between the particles—also referred to as the “quantum field” or Zero Point Field (see Ode November 2003)—contains an enormous amount of energy in the form of electromagnetic frequencies.

The American physician Robert Becker theorizes that organisms use these electromagnetic fields for their development. According to his vision, which is backed by a growing number of scientists, including Ervin Laszlo in his recent book Cosmic Vision, these fields contain information on the “blueprint” of organisms. By tuning into these fields, the human body is, for example, able to heal wounds so completely that the healed area is restored to its original form. It is known that salamanders use electromagnetic frequencies to grow back amputated body parts. This was proven back in the 1940s by the American neuroanatomist Harold Burr of Yale University. Along with Fritz Albert Popp, a German physicist, Burr also detected fields of light around living organisms. Young salamanders appeared to have a light field in the shape of an adult salamander around them. This blueprint is already present around unfertilized eggs.

It is probable that people also use these energetic “blueprints”. How else can we explain that you recognize an old friend you haven’t seen for years? After all, there is no molecule in the same place, the body has been totally “renewed” during that time. The fact that the new molecules take exactly the same shape as their predecessors, indicates an electromagnetic blueprint of creation.

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