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Microtubule Resonant Frequency

Postby alrah » Sun Dec 25, 2011 8:42 am

It was shown by Pokorny that Microtubules have a resonant frequency of 8.085 Mhz. This looks like a number that's been rounded up to me. Would the exact frequency be 8.08418?

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Postby JackBean » Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:57 am

How should we know? How is this related to bioinformatics?
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Re: Microtubule Resonant Frequency

Postby alrah » Thu Jan 05, 2012 8:27 am

JackBean wrote:How should we know? How is this related to bioinformatics?


Because you find the resonant frequency of Microtubules via Signal Processing, and because machines that can measure these things by eliminating random quantum noise from the data have been around since 1999. They were produced by Thomas Swann (the ID10). There's been several cropping up on the market for years and I thought someone might have bothered themselves to get more accurate measurements by now.

The exact measurement would be a big thing to everyone interested in the Hammeroff/Penrose Orch OR model, and probably of interest to people researching Alzheimers too - as that's a disease of the Microtubules. It's possible that non invasive therapies could result.
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