Physicists Kill Viruses With Rife's Genius - NO
Vibrational Medicine - Scientists Destroy
By Blasting Them With Resonant
By David Gutierrez
- (NaturalNews) -- Physicists at Arizona State
University say they have developed a method to calculate the exact
frequency that it would take to shake a virus to death, according to an
article published in the journal Physical Review Letters.
- Researchers have discovered that when viruses are
bombarded with laser pulses of the right frequency, they shake apart.
This arises from an inherent characteristic of all objects called a
"resonant frequency," which is the frequency at which an object
- Resonant frequencies are the key to stringed
instruments, in which a string of a certain material, thickness and
length has a resonant frequency that produces a specific musical note.
But resonant frequencies can also cause objects to shake so
uncontrollably that their stability is undermined, as when a wind shook
the Tacoma Narrows Bridge at its resonant frequency in 1940, causing it
- Because the shell of a single virus can contain
millions of atoms, it is difficult to calculate a given virus' resonant
frequency except by trial and error. But in the current study,
researchers successfully calculated the resonant frequency of a simple
satellite tobacco necrosis virus. The next step for the researchers is
to determine if the same technique will work for other, more complex
- Although practical applications are probably a long
way off, vibrational antiviral treatments have a number of benefits over
chemical approaches. First of all, while many antiviral drugs are very
harsh on the body and have dangerous or debilitating side effects, the
frequencies used to disrupt the viruses should have no effect on human
or even bacterial cells, which are much larger and consequently have
significantly lower resonant frequencies.
- In addition, because a resonant frequency is an
inherent characteristic of a virus' makeup, researchers say it is
unlikely that resistance to it could develop.
- Among the obstacles toward creating vibrational
antiviral therapy is the fact that lasers have trouble penetrating the
skin. Researchers have suggested that ultrasound could be used instead,
or perhaps a dialysis-type machine that cycles of blood out of the body,
irradiates it, then cycles it back in.