6 Double Helix Dna Project

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6 Double Helix Dna Project. A paramount obstacle to future space colonies is food supply. At some point the food will have to be produced locally in-house. Needless to say, that poses some critical conditions to produce such a greenhouse technique viably sustainable. One dilemma that not many have considered is how to get the plants to grow in an environment where the normal World's frequencies do not exist. Let's talk.

Not long ago, I got into an intellectual chat relating to this issue with Brad Feddersen, a Space Technologist, who then pondered; "Is there a quantifiable consistency on Earth that can be properly replicated in other house venues? How do we handle the background consistency around the new home planet? That mixes with artificial world frequencies and should be taken into account. Indeed, the real experiment is going to be if plants care. "

Right, so good problem, and we unfortunately still don't know the answer to that. However, consider this, if we have a fairly continuous vibrational white noise, you then counter that with a similar white noise frequency, as well as the difference is about to be Earth's frequency. While World's consistency is somewhere in the area of 4-5 Hz, this can be accomplished easily enough. The seed cells vibrate at their best maximum frequency which can be near Earth's consistency to which they've had to conform and change. This allows them to be the most effective they can be for their DNA from Zip-File (seed) to maturity. See that position. Not trying to get too much into the spirituality part, merely from what we know about cell biology and lifestyle on Earth you discover?

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Lucas R. Cox
Publish at June 9, 2019 By: in Cell Category.

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