Frequencies: Effect, functions and meaning for the living organism

Professor Dr. Cyril W. Smith, Manchester, UK

Abstract. – The importance of coherent frequencies in living systems was first recognised by Professor Herbert Fröhlich, FRS. The writer’s work with electrically sensitive patients gave an insight into the importance of frequencies in living systems. This has led to the realization that frequency is the common factor uniting many branches of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Frequency is endogenous on acupuncture meridians and these are related to the autonomic nervous system. Examples of such frequencies are given. They occur within a coherent system which gives them the property of being fractal. It is this which links the chemical to the technological and to the biological frequency bands. When there is stress on a target organ, its meridian frequency is found in the whole-body field. Applying acupressure to a point gives the same effect. This suggests that a Bioresonance measurement involves the change in electrical resistance at the interface arising from wave interference between the whole-body stress frequency and the meridian frequency. Evidence in support of this is presented.

1. Introduction

Professor Dr. Herbert Fröhlich FRS, Professor Emeritus of Theoretical Physics at Liverpool University was born at Rexingen in the Black Forest of Germany on the 9th December 1905 and died in Liverpool on the 23rd January 1991. Fröhlich belonged to the generation of the founding-fathers of theoretical physics all of whom he knew well. After a short while in the family business he became interested in physics through building his own wireless-set and taught himself enough mathematics to gain admission to Munich University. Here he studied under the great teacher, Arnold Sommerfeld who set him a problem concerning the absorption of light by metals. In just over two years, Fröhlich had produced a thesis containing a solution for which he received his Dr. phil. from Munich without ever doing a bachelors degree.

He had already considered biological problems in relation to theoretical physics in the 1930’s. His friend Martin Reiss told him that biological membranes maintain a small electric potential of a tenth of a volt, he asked its thickness, and on hearing that it was a millionth of a centimetre, realised that this corresponded to the enormous electric field of tem million volts per metre which ordinary dielectrics will sustain only when special precautions are taken. An elastic constant corresponding to the velocity of sound gave him likely resonant frequency of the order of a hundred gigahertz. Such frequencies were not available at that time.

In 1967, he was able to present his ideas to a conference on ‘Theoretical Physics and Biology’, arranged by the Institut de la Vie and held in Versailles, France; here he compared the collective (cooperative) behaviour biological systems with the longrange phase correlation (coherence) found in the Einstein condensation of a Bose gas to a single quantum state, such as found in superfluidity and superconductivity which occur at very low temperatures. At the same meeting Prigogine presented his ideas about “dissipative structures”. The subsequent development of Fröhlich’s ideas and the work of his collaborators around the world in confirming his theoretical predictions are summarised in the two “Green Books” he edited, “Coherent Excitations in Biological Systems” (1983) and “Biological Coherence and Response to External Stimuli” (1988) which are published by Springer-Verlag.

From 1974, the writer was active in research on the ‘Interactions of
Electromagnetic Fields with Bio-Materials and Living Systems’ in cooperation with Professor Fröhlich. An early conclusion of this work was that there were anomalous magnetic field effects in water and living biological systems and that these were only explicable in terms of coherence phenomena giving long-range order.

In 1982, the writer became involved in the diagnosis and therapy of patients ‘Hypersensitive to their Electromagnetic Environment’ at the request of Dr. Jean Monro, in London. Work with her electrically hypersensitive patients and with those of Dr. W.J. Rea in Dallas, Texas, has given an insight into the extremes of sensitivity and speed of reaction that living systems are capable of when their autonomic nervous system fails to regulate.

The writer’s publications on “Electrical Hypersensitivity and Water Phenomena” and some definitions of electromagnetic quantities are listed at the end of this document.

2. Frequencies in Electromagnetic

Hypersensitivity Electromagnetically sensitive patients almost invariably have a history of hypersensitivities to many chemicals, and/or foods and particulates. The autonomic nervous system appears to be the first body system to become involved. Patients may react within seconds to something in their environment. They can readily distinguish verum from placebo. The
frequency and its coherence seem to be the clinically important parameter. There is a threshold for the intensity or amplitude of the field at the patient for the onset of any effects but, once this is exceeded its value usually matters little until the onset of thermal effects; it is the frequency which is important.

The clinical effects of frequencies are unique to each individual. Some frequencies are stimulatory or therapeutic and these usually alternate with depressive or stressful frequencies. This alternation of the stimulatory-depressive effect of frequencies is a general phenomenon with few exceptions. It resembles the effects produced by the serial dilution of an allergen, higher frequencies resemble higher dilutions or potencies.

The clinically effective frequencies range from near circadian (0.4 MilliHertz, 2,500 sec/cycle or, 42 min/cycle) to above microwave frequencies (1 GigaHertz = 109 Hz) and sometimes to optical frequencies for patients hypersensitive to sunlight.

Identical reactions can be triggered in a patient by chemical means and neutralised  with electrical frequencies or triggered electrically and neutralised chemically. The clinical effects of environmental frequencies or chemicals can be reproduced by water contained in sealed glass ampoules after its exposure to coherent frequencies of an alternating magnetic field without any chemical contact. The unexposed water produces no clinical effects.

Chemical toxicity in these patients is manifest through the appearance of frequency signatures. These are frequencies arising from H-bonding between water and the chemical. It has been possible to reprogram the frequency imprints of a cell culture and have these were transmitted correctly to cultured daughter cells which demonstrates that lasting effects are possible. The presence of frequencies which fluctuate to a limited extent (a few percent) over time is a sign of a normal healthy biological system. Chemical contamination restricts this activity by imprinting a chemical signature frequency. After a patient has been chemically detoxified, a “memory” of the toxin may remain in the body and this needs to be removed.

3. Entrainment of Environmental Frequencies

There is a surprising degree of interaction between living systems and external frequencies. Although the frequency bandwidth on a meridian is only about ±2% of its mean frequency the latter can be ‘entrained’ or ‘pulled’ by external oscillations such as from an electrical oscillator or an environmental source of radiation such as a computer, TV, mobile phone, or the frequency signature of a chemical. This entrainment may be up to ±30% before the acupuncture meridian frequency jumps back to its normal endogenous value. Table 1 shows this entrainment at the heart acupuncture meridian (He9). The endogenous frequencies were 7.768 Hz and 382 MHz. It should be noted that the 7.8 Hz endogenous frequency of the acupuncture point He9 (also the heart chakra) is exactly 6-times the heart-beat frequency 78/min; it is also one of the frequency bands in the Schumann Radiation from the upper atmosphere.

Entrainment by Environmental Frequencies

The subject was exposed to the high frequency only by sitting in front of the output loop of a microwave oscillator for 3 minutes after which the frequencies on acupuncture point He9 were immediately imprinted into water in a pipette and measured. The pipette tip was placed on the point and a magnet brought close to imprint. The microwave power density at the subject was estimated to be of the order of mW/m2. The frequency measurements took about 5 minutes following the exposure by which time the acupuncture point frequency had relaxed to its unexposed value so another measurement was possible. Table 1 shows that at 260 MHz and at 500 MHz there was no entrainment. From 270 MHz to 480 MHz, the frequencies measured on He9 had become entrained to the exposure frequency and the low band frequencies had also shifted in proportion. The frequencies where entrainment has occurred are shown red. Within entrainment, the high-band to low band frequency ratio is: 50.8 ± 4.7 × 106 (S.D. ±9%).

fractal effect for the optical spectrum of mercury imprinted into water

This is an example of the “Multiple Frequency Effect” which is a characteristic of a coherent system where the constant parameter becomes the coherence length and this determines the wavelength. It makes frequency proportional to the velocity with which the coherence travels. Any velocity that the system will support has is corresponding frequency, this makes frequency a fractal quantity. Coherence propagates by diffusion like heat up the handle of a saucepan; heat is disorder – coherence is order.

Table 2 shows this fractal effect for the optical spectrum of mercury imprinted into water. Additional bands of frequencies occur in the microwave region and at low frequencies. It is fractality which couples the electromagnetic effects of environmental chemicals, microwave radiation to the endogenous frequencies of living systems.

4. Frequency Measurements on Patients

The procedures adopted for testing patients for electrical sensitivities are described in papers cited in the References. When we started patient testing, we did not know what to expect. It was sufficient for the patient to sit in the same room as a set of electrical oscillators which were tuned slowly over a wide range of frequencies
and the clinician noted the frequencies at which symptoms occurred and at which they were neutralised. Subsequently, patients came in who were so sensitive that they could not tolerate an oscillator being switched on anywhere in the building. For these, it was necessary to have the patient hold a vial of water held in the fist and
succuss it on a wooden surface. This imprinted the body fields and frequencies into the water which could then be measured in the absence of the patient.

It is just possible to measure such frequencies by instrumentation in the kilohertz region with applicators or by heats of mixing (V. Elia, M. Niccoli, “Thermodynamics of extremely dilutes aqueous solutions”, Ann NY Acad Sci 1999; 879:241-8). These methods are only useful for validation. The only practical method for clinical purposes is the dowsing technique (Smith, 2004). Thus, allergists like civil and mining engineers may have to learn dowsing.

We found that about 10% of patients with chemical, nutritional or particulate sensitivities had acquired electromagnetic sensitivities. The frequencies measured for triggering the reactions or neutralising them covered a wide range but showed little recognisable pattern until it was realised that 7.8 Hz often appeared. This frequency is used in some therapeutic or protective devices to stimulate the heart meridian. Measurements quickly revealed that each acupuncture meridian (also the chakras) had a characteristic endogenous frequency (see Tables 3 & 4) and that many of the frequencies measured from these patients were those of the acupuncture meridians. Such measurements show those acupuncture meridians which are under stress and those which need stimulation.

Figure 1 summarises the frequency imprinting by 12 electrically hypersensitive patients who during the course of their therapy had imprinted a total of 57 tubes of water with a total of 726 frequencies. Of these, 167 would have been capable of synchronisation at a Ting acupuncture point, and 655 would have been capable of entrainment. Many patients had more than one frequency capable of entraining St45, hence the >100% values. There were only 49/726 frequencies outside any entrainment range. Ten patients who lived in the EU had imprinted 19/54 tubes with the 50 Hz power supply frequency. Two patients who lived in N. America had imprinted 3/5 tubes with their 60 Hz power supply frequency (nothing at 50 Hz). It appears that adaptation and entrainment to the power supply frequency is quite common among such patients.

Acupuncture Meridians may originate with coherence between embryonic ectoderm and endoderm cells persisting as the organism develops with the ectoderm forming the acupuncture points, the endoderm and mesoderm the target organs (see Figure 2).

The endogenous frequencies on acupuncture points and meridians can be followed right through to the target organ tissue itself. Frequencies were measured in histological microscope slides of the acupuncture target organ tissues where these were available. The paired-values correlation coefficients for classical points vs. target organs were:
Low frequency band: 0.9999
High frequency band: 0.9771

The acupuncture meridians can be stimulated through the eye by looking at a flashing light. A light-emitting-diode was connected to an oscillator and was viewed towards its lens and at a comfortable brightness which did not give any noticeable after-image. The chakra and acupuncture points were checked for reactions when this was viewed at the frequency known to stimulate the particular chakra or meridian. All the reactions measured were of stress with both eyes open. There was only a reaction of awareness when viewing with either eye alone. With both eyes closed there was no response. All the chakra points could be stimulated. The acupuncture meridians found to be so affected were: ND, AD, Or, TW, He, BL, FibD, Liv, Ren, GV, Pe (see Table 3). There is also a link from acupuncture points around the eye to the pituitary, hypothalamus and hippocampus. Sound frequencies may also stimulate meridians.

The endogenous frequencies on an acupuncture meridian are very precise. For 31 TW1 frequencies from 22 patients, the mean was 6.0178 kHz (S.D. ± 0.20%) and for 53 He9 frequencies from 38 patients, the mean was 7.7877 Hz (S.D. ± 0.92%).

the frequency imprinting by 12 electrically hypersensitive patients who during the course of their therapy

Acupuncture Meridians

The acupuncture meridians found to be so affected

5. Relation between Acupuncture Meridians and the ANS

The relationship between the acupuncture meridians and the autonomic nervous system (ANS) comes from the work of Dr. Reinhardt Voll. In his work, cited in English by Kenyon 1, Voll identifies a complete system of acupuncture points which indicate the functioning of both branches of the autonomic nervous system. These are listed in Table 4. These points, Voll accessed by electroacupuncture. He found a drop in the electroacupuncture reading where there was stress on the corresponding part of the ANS.


1 J.N. Kenyon, “Modern Techniques of Acupuncture” Vol. 3, Chapter 11 – Disordered Autonomic Steering.
The German source is: Friedrich Bechtloff, “EAV – Elektroakupunktur nach Voll – Eine Darstellung in Bereichen”, Uelzen 1991)


To be able to relate the results of Voll to the writer’s measurements of frequency, measurements (Table 5) were made on Voll’s summation point for the whole ANS, nerve degeneration meridian, ND1 on 7 days between February 15 & March 6, 2005 by the writer on himself. The measurement order was: RH frequencies, EAV % change measurement, RH frequencies; LH Frequencies, EAV % change measurement, LH frequencies. There were three frequencies to be measured in each water imprint – the frequency characteristic of acupuncture meridian ND1 (~4×10-4 Hz), the frequency characteristic of the sympathetic ANS (~3×10-3 Hz) and the frequency characteristic of the parasympathetic ANS (~3×10-1 Hz). These frequencies appear at those acupuncture points linked to the ANS in addition to the endogenous meridian frequency.

The frequency changes arose from the electrical stress imposed by the electroacupuncture measurement. The percentage frequency changes approximate to the percentage changes in the electroacupuncture readings.

In practice, it is quite difficult to read the electroacupuncture meter needle movement as it takes place while the probe is being applied to the point. Mostly, there was a drop in the acupuncture reading but, where the acupuncture reading showed an increase, the frequency also increased. Measuring the frequencies characteristic of the sympathetic and the parasympathetic systems does appear to indicate which system is under stress on either side of the body.

EAV points indicating the Functioning of the ANS

Notes for table 4

Frequency changes following electroacupuncture measurements on ND1

Magnetic resonance in Acupuncture Meridians

Proton magnetic resonance fields are shown in italics. The other fields are for electron spin resonance. The small intestine meridian is permanently stimulated by the normal geomagnetic field.

Once it was established that the acupuncture meridians carried characteristic endogenous frequencies, it was clear that a precise magnetic field (determined by the physical constants for the electron or proton) could also stimulate a meridian and thence the ANS through the linkages found by Voll. Those fields above the geomagnetic field are listed in Table 6; proton magnetic resonances are shown in italics. We had previously found that living systems could react to the magnetic resonance conditions even in fields as weak as the geomagnetic field (Jafary-Asl et al., 1983; Aarholt et al.,
1990).

6. Chemical Frequency Signatures and the ANS

In general, all biological cells are capable of emitting an electrical signal in response to a chemical stimulus and releasing a chemical in response to an electrical stimulus. Figure 3 maps the pathways for this activity and lists Voll’s acupuncture points through which they would link to the ANS. The heavy arrows indicate the emission or absorption of a chemical, the lines indicate electrical pathways.

Figure 4 shows the frequency signatures for a number of toxic environmental chemicals measured in the blood of 22 EM sensitive
patients. The frequencies entrained by the patients correlate exactly with those of the chemical signatures. The blood levels (where available) are the average of values of measured concentrations which varied by up to a factor of ten between different patients.

Figure 5 relates to a patient who was one of about 200 persons chronically exposed to a toxic chemical in their living environment. It was acquired in following manner: In a new building, the waste steam from the heating boiler was designed to be used to humidify the air in the air-conditioning system. In operation, an anti-corrosion and de-scaling chemical product was put into the boiler; this vaporised into the steam and was circulated throughout the building. The chemicals’ signatures contained 31 frequencies. A particular patient’s body field had 21 frequencies of which 10 corresponded exactly to those of the chemicals as shown in Figure 5. This represents an almost 50% entrainment of a patient’s endogenous frequency activity by an identifiable chemical contamination in the building, namely cyclohexylamine and morpholine. Of the 10 frequencies common to the chemicals and the patient, any of the lowest three would entrain the allergy meridian, the next three would entrain the heart meridian which also relates to the cardiac plexus, and all but one would entrain the Du Mai meridian which relates to the status of the cerebrospinal fluid and to the cervical part of the sympathetic chain.

Figure 3

electromagnetic interaction sites and feedback pathways

Frequency signatures of chemicals in the body

Patient exposed to toxic chemicals

7. Thyroxin Potencies

This set of potencies was prepared by Dr. Christian Endler, Boltzmann Institute, Graz.

Frequency provides a theoretical basis for homeopathic potentisation. When water is imprinted with a frequency and then serially diluted and succussed, the original frequency disappears. It is replaced by that frequency multiplied by the dilution ratio. Not all dilution ratios do this. Some give no frequencies at all, others give the frequency of the previous dilution.

Importantly, as seen in Figure 5 there is no discontinuity at potency D24 which is the dilution at which not one molecule of the original substance should remain (Avogadro’s Number).

Water was imprinted with the complete pattern of frequencies previously determined for thyroxin of potency D15. This was further potentised by serial dilutions and succussions. The frequencies measured for each synthesized potency were exactly the same as those for the potencies prepared from the “Mother Tincture” of thyroxin. Yet, the synthesized potencies had started from nothing but erased water.

Potentisation of Thyroxin

8. Imprinted Frequency Patterns Persist in Re-Programmed Daughter Cells

It was shown that imprinted frequency patterns would persist in the daughter cells of those which had been re-programmed with a different pattern for frequencies. This implies that a therapy which involves the re-programming of cell frequencies can effect a permanent change in the condition of the organism.

Pischinger’s work (see: Heine, 1999) demonstrates the importance of connective tissue in the body’s regulatory systems. Measurement of the coherent frequency pattern of samples of connective tissue taken from healthy regions of breast tissue excised for biopsy following surgery showed a pattern of frequencies akin to the brain-wave spectrum. An example is shown in Column 1 of Table 7. This specimen was then tested by placing in a steel box to shield it from the geomagnetic field which would erase any frequencies imprinted into the water but, not frequencies due to a chemical constituent (the ‘chemical signature’). Column 2 shows that only frequencies from 250 Hz to 15 kHz in this connective tissue could have been due to structural chemicals. The remaining frequencies endogenously imprinted in the cell water were erased as indicated by ‘x’.

A binary sequence of frequencies was then imprinted into this erased connective tissue, a pattern most unlikely to occur naturally.
The result is shown in Column 3. These frequency imprinted cells were then cultured and by the following week, the daughter cells had picked up all theimprinted frequencies. The other frequencies representing chemical activity had changed somewhat but, were clearly distinct from the imprinted frequencies all of which were present in the daughter cells. This demonstrates how frequency imprinted water, the equivalent of a homoeopathic potency, is capable of permanently modifying a pattern of coherent frequencies in an in vitro connective tissue culture so as to persist into the next generation.

[B.B. Griffiths and W. J. Rea, Environmental Health Center, Dallas, Texas, and C. W. Smith, University of Salford, England. Presented at: First World Congress on “Effects of Electricity and Magnetism in the
Natural World”, Madeira 1-6 October, 1998. Published by Coghill Research Laboratories, Lower Race, Pontypool, Gwent NP4 5UH, Wales.]

Frequencies for Connective Tissue

9. Frequency as the Basis of Bioresonance

From work with electrically sensitive patients, it was found that when there is stress on a target organ or body system, its frequency is found in the whole-body field. Applying acupressure to an acupuncture point has the effect of spreading that frequency into the whole-body field. In effect, acupuncture by needling is using the
endogenous frequencies for therapy. This phenomenon suggests that the Bioresonance measurement which involves the measuring the electrical resistance at the applicator/skin interface obtains its effect from interference between the wholebody stress frequency and the frequency on that acupuncture meridian and point.

In an attempt to confirm this, the writer made the following tests using himself as the subject.

A Bioresonance measurement was made on one of the Ting acupuncture points.

This measurement was repeated with a tube of water imprinted with the endogenous frequency of the acupuncture meridian for that point. About 20-30 seconds was allowed for the body to adjust to the stress. This imprint was made in the stimulatory phase of its frequency.

The measurement was then repeated but with the frequency imprint now in the depressive or stressful phase.

Measurements were repeated at all twenty of the Ting points on the right hand and foot.

In his whole body field the Subject only had one frequency present, the heart meridian frequency in the phase showing a need for stimulation. This is quite normal and shows he was ready for tea! To avoid introducing personal characteristics, only the following results were calculated but their comparison is sufficient to demonstrate that stressing the whole body field with the frequency of the particular acupuncture meridian will substantially alter the drop in meter reading obtained with Bioresonance apparatus.

meter reading obtained with Bioresonance apparatus

This leaves the question, what causes the measured change in resistance? A possible answer comes from work on the superconductor-semiconductor interface. In a superconductor there is coherence, charges are spin-paired. To cross the interface the pairs are split up. One charge goes into the semiconductor the other is reflected back to conserve momentum. This results in a change of charge density and hence resistance at the interface.

There is a further question as to when an electrical oscillation is fed into a Bioresonance apparatus, the oscillation is seen on the test point but when connected to an acupuncture point only noise is observed. In living systems, one is dealing with quantum fields.

The “Classical” Electromagnetic Field describes physical states for which the phase is well defined but the number of particles (quanta) is undefined. For a Quantum Field the uncertainty of the phase (ΔΦ) and the number of particles (ΔN) is determined by the Heisenberg Uncertainty Relation

(ΔΦ) (ΔN) ≥ ħ / 2

Within a region of coherence, the phase coherence increases as the number of particles in the domain is allowed to fluctuate. The more the uncertainty is taken up by fluctuation of the number of particles
comprising a domain the more perfect is the coherence.

The charges from the body are passing through the Bioresonance apparatus and being processed by the amplifiers and filters but they do not have the phase coherence of an electromagnetic wave. It is like looking at a hologram in ordinary light. All one sees is granularity (spatial noise). It needs the coherence of a laser like the one that made the hologram to reconstruct the wave-front and so to view the image. It needs the coherence of the body frequencies to be able to recover the bio-information. This is what happens in the therapy mode when processed bioinformation is fed back to the patient.

10. Conclusion

Living systems make great use of coherent frequencies. A property of coherent frequencies is that within the domain of frequency coherence, frequency becomes a fractal quantity with no absolute scale of value. It is this which interlinks the chemical with the technological and the biological ranges of frequencies. If coherent frequencies were not a characteristic of the chemical bond, spectroscopic analysis would be impossible.

These bio-frequencies can be measured and used to determine the state and wellbeing of a living system. They can be used therapeutically to correct ‘biomisinformation’. The chemical frequency signatures can cause hypersensitivity problems. Their frequency patterns can be used as the basis for the potentisation of homoeopathic potencies. The acupuncture meridians have characteristic endogenousfrequencies and needling or acupressure spreads them throughout the body. Bioresonance makes use of all these features of coherent frequencies.

Appendix

Waves
Regular or periodic variations or pulsations in space and/or time; their shape is the waveform (e.g. sinusoidal, rectangular, triangular, pulse).

Frequency
The number of cycles of regular or periodic variations per second of some parameter. An oscillator is a generator of frequency.

Period
The time between two adjacent corresponding points on a waveform, the reciprocal of the frequency is the period.

Wavelength
The distance in space between two adjacent corresponding points on a waveform.

Amplitude
The maximum, zero-to-peak, value of the oscillating parameter. Amplitude squared is the intensity and is proportional to power. The root-mean-squared (r.m.s.) value is 1/√2 of the peak value, it delivers the same power as a steady current or voltage having numerically the r.m.s. value.

Phase
The fraction of a complete cycle measured in degrees or radians (1 cycle = 360º or 2π radians).

Velocity of a wave
Velocity equals frequency times wavelength (metres/sec = cycles/sec × metres/cycle).

Coherence
Coherence is an expression of the degree of constancy of phase, as for example between two oscillators or waves of nominally the same frequency. The bandwidth divided by the frequency is a measure of the extent to which perfect coherence (zero bandwidth) is achieved in a practical situation. Coherence Length is the distance over which the coherence is maintained. Coherence Time is the time for which the coherence persists.

Electric Charges and Electromagnetic Waves
Electrostatics describes the properties of electric charges (e.g. electrons or ions) at rest. These charges arise from the structure of matter and the chemical bonds by which matter is condensed from gas to form a solid or liquid. The force on a given charge due to other nearby charges is the measure of the electric field in which it is situated. The work done by this force if the charge moves is its electric potential. Magnetic fields have an analogous set of parameters, they occur when electric charge is in steady motion. If electric charge is accelerated or decelerated, the changes in the associated fields travel out into space at the velocity of light, this is electromagnetic radiation. If these changes are periodic at some frequency, a wave of oscillations at this frequency travels out into space with the separation between cycles being the wavelength.

Energy in an Electromagnetic Wave
The energy per unit volume of the space occupied by electric and magnetic fields is proportional to the square of the field strength. The power density is that power (energy/sec) crossing one square metre, it is called the “Poynting Vector” and is proportional to the product of the electric and magnetic fields. This applies to most technological oscillations, and it is these electric and magnetic fields which give rise to mechanical effects (electric motor) and thermal effects (electric kettle, microwave cooker).

Quantum Effects
Any material object cannot be sub-divided indefinitely, one must eventually come to its constituent molecules and atoms. Likewise, energy ultimately is packaged into socalled quanta. For a single quantum, the product of its position and momentum or,
the product of its energy and time, both have a fundamental (Heisenberg) uncertainty associated with them. These products must be at least be equal to Planck’s Constant h divided by 4π. The energy of the quantum is proportional to its frequency (energy = frequency × Planck’s constant). A magnetic field is also quantized, a single quantum of magnetic flux equals Planck’s constant divided by twice the electron charge (~2×10-15 Wb).

A quantum can be in more than one place or its being found in each condition. The basic unit for computing systems using quanta is called the ‘qbit’; it is unlike the usual binary ‘bit’ (0 or 1) in that it only has a probability of having a particular value somewhere from 0 to 1. Memory in living systems is thought to involve the phase of quantum states as in a quantum hologram (P. Marcer & W. Schempp, “The Brain as a Conscious System”, Int. J. General Systems Vol 27(1-3) pp231-248, (1998). This is the only memory system which places the mental image where the object is in space and time (a necessity for all ball games).

These effects involve small probabilities which may only become significant if the frequency is very high, the distances very small or, the perturbing random fields from thermal vibrations are made very weak by extreme cooling. However, in a system of coherent domains such as the Del Guidice- Preparata model for water, perfect coherence is in theory possible if the system can vary the number of molecules in a domain (instead of the frequency) to accommodate the Heisenberg Uncertainty fluctuations. Many of the frequencies and fields discussed here involve the magnetic vector potential component of the magnetic field. The quantum nature of a living system is confirmed if it reacts to the magnetic vector potential field such as that generated by a toroidal coil. This field only has an effect on the phase of the wave function. Such systems may have the ‘Josephson Effect’ available, this offers frequency/voltage inter-conversion at 500 MHz/μV. All these are so-called “nonthermal” effects.

Publications of the author
on “Electrical Hypersensitivity and Water Phenomena”
Publications 1975-1998

Ahmed NAG, Calderwood JH, Fröhlich H, Smith CW (1975) Evidence for collective magnetic effects in an enzyme: likelihood of room temperature superconductive regions. Phys. Lett. 53A: 129-130. 

Ahmed NAG, Smith CW, Calderwood JH, Fröhlich H (1976) Electric and magnetic properties of lysozyme and other biomolecules. Collect. Phenom. 2: 155-166. 

Shaya SY, Smith CW (1977) The effects of magnetic and radiofrequency fields on the activity of lysozyme. Collect. Phenom. 2: 215-218. 

Ahmed NAG, Smith CW (1978) Further investigations of anomalous effects in lysozyme. Collect. Phenom. 3: 25-33. 

Aarholt E, Flinn EA, Smith CW (1981) Effects of low frequency magnetic fields on bacterial growth rate. Phys. Med. Biol. 26: 613-621. 

Aarholt E, Flinn EA, Smith CW (1982) Magnetic fields affect the lac operon system. Phys. Med. Biol. 27: 603-610. 

Smith CW, Aarholt E (1982) Possible effects of environmentally stimulated endogenous opiates. Health Phys. 43: 929-930.

Smith CW, Baker RD (1982) Comments on the paper “Environmental Power-Frequency Magnetic Fields and Suicide”. Health Phys. 43: 439-441.

Jafary-Asl AH, Solanki SN, Aarholt E, Smith CW (1983) Dielectric measurements on live biological materials under magnetic resonance conditions. J. Biol. Phys. 11: 15-22.

Smith CW, Al-Hashmi SAR, Kushelevsky A, Slifkin MA, Choy RYS, Monro JA, Clulow EE, Hewson MJC. Preliminary Investigations into Acceptability of Fabrics by Allergy Patients. Clinical Ecology 4(1): 7-10, 1987.

Choy RYS, Monro JA, Smith CW. Electrical Sensitivities in Allergy Patients. Clinical Ecology 4(3): 93-102, 1987.

Smith CW, Jafary-Asl AH, Choy RYS, Monro JA. The Emission of Low Intensity Electromagnetic Radiation from Multiple Allergy Patients and other Biological Systems. In: Jezowska-Trzebiatowska B, Kochel B, Slawinski J, Strek W (Eds.). Photon Emission from Biological Systems. Singapore: World Scientific, 110-126, 1987.

Smith CW, Electromagnetic Effects in Humans. In: Fröhlich H (Ed.). Biological Coherence and Response to External Stimuli. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 205-232, 1988.

Smith CW, Best S. Electromagnetic Man: Health and Hazard in the Electrical Environment. London: Dent, 1989,1990; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1989; Paris: Arys/Encre, 1995 (French edition), Bologna: Andromeda, 1997, 1998 (Italian editions).

Smith CW. Coherent Electromagnetic Fields and Bio-Communication. In: Popp F-A, Warnke U, König HL, Peschka W (Eds.). Electromagnetic Bio-Communication. Munich, Baltimore: Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1-17, 1989.

Del Giudice E, Doglia S, Milani M, Smith CW, Vitiello G. Magnetic flux quantization and Josephson behaviour in living systems. Physica Scripta 40: 786-791, 1989.

Aarholt E, Jaberansari J, Jafary-Asl AH, Marsh PN and Smith CW. NMR conditions and biological systems. In: Marino AA (Ed.) Modern Bioelectricity. New York: Marcel Dekker, 75-104, 1990.

Smith CW, Choy RYS, Monro JA. The Diagnosis and Therapy of Electrical Hypersensitivities. Clinical Ecology 6(4): 119-128, 1990.

Smith CW. Bioluminescence, Coherence and Biocommunication. In: Jezowska- Trzebiatowska B, Kochel B, Slawinski J, Strek W (Eds.). Biological Luminescence. Singapore: World Scientific, 3-18, 1990.

Smith CW. Homoeopathy, Structure and Coherence. In: Schlebusch K-P (Ed.) Homoeopathy in Focus. Essen: VGM, 96-104, 1990.

Smith CW. A Voyager of Discoveries: a tribute to Herbert Fröhlich. Electromagnetics News 2(1): 6-7, 1991 [P.O. Box 25, Liphook, Hants GU30 7SE, England].

Smith CW. Foreword. In: Bistolfi F. Biostructures and Radiation Order Disorder, Torino: Minerva Medica, vii-xi, 1991.

Milani M, Del Giudice E, Doglia S, Vitiello G and Smith CW. Superconductive and Josephson-like behaviour of cells. La Radiologica Medica – Radiol. Med. 81 (Suppl. 1 al N.4): 51-55, 1991.

Endler PC, Pongratz W, Smith CW. Effects of highly diluted succussed thyroxin on amphibia development. Frontier Perspectives 3(2): 26-28, 1993.

Smith CW. Biological effects of weak electromagnetic fields. In: Ho M-W, Popp F-A, Warnke U (Eds.). Bioelectrodynamics and Biocommunication. Singapore: World Scientific, 81-107, 1994.

Smith CW. Electromagnetic and Magnetic Vector Potential Bio-Information and Water. In: Endler PC, Schulte J (Eds.). Ultra High Dilution: Physiology and Physics. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 187-202, 1994.

Smith CW, Endler PC. Resonance Phenomena of an UHD. In: Endler PC, Schulte J (Eds.). Ultra High Dilution: Physiology and Physics. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 203-208, 1994.

Citro M, Smith CW, Scott-Morely A, Pongratz W, Endler PC. Transfer of information from molecules by means of electronic amplification – preliminary results. In: Endler PC, Schulte J (Eds.). Ultra High Dilution: Physiology and Physics. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 209-214, 1994.

Smith CW. Coherence in Living Biological Systems. Neural Network World 3: 379-388, 1994. 

Smith CW. Sensibilité chez les sujets allergiques. In: Lannoye P. (Ed.) La Pollution électromagnétique et la santé. Paris: Frison-Roche, 79-89, 1994.

Smith CW. Electromagnetic aspects of biological cycles. Environmental Medicine 9(3): 113-118, 1995.

Smith CW. Measurements of the Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Biological Systems. Neural Network World 5: 819-829, 1995.

Endler PC, Heckmann C, Laupert E, Pongratz W, Smith C, Senekowitsch F, Citro M. Amphibienmetamorphose und Information von Thyroxin. Speicherung durch bipolare Flüssigkeit Wasser und auf technischen Datenträger; Übertragung von Information durch elektronischen Verstärker. In: Endler, PC, Schulte J (Eds.). Homöopathie- Bioresonanztherapie. Wien: Wilhelm Maudrich, 127-162, 1996.

Smith CW. Nursing the Electrically Sensitive Patient. Complementary therapies in nursing & midwifery 3, 111-116, 1997.

Smith CW. Is a living system a macroscopic quantum system? Frontier Perspectives, 7(1), 9-15 (1998), (Temple University, Philadelphia, audio tape of 1997 lecture from Frontier Sciences Department). ISSN:1062-4767.

Senekowitsch F, Citro M, Vinattieri C, Pongratz W, Smith CW and Endler PC. Amphibienmetamorphose und die elektronische Übertragung von Bioinformation. In: Endler PC and Stacher A (Eds.) Niederenergetische Bioinformation, Wien: Facultas-Univ.-Verlag, 1997, 100-114.

Smith CW. Coherence in biological systems and water. In: Taddei-Ferretti C and Marotta P (Eds.) High Dilution Effects on Cells and Integrated Systems, Series on Biophysics and Biocybernetics Vol 3 – Biophysics. Singapore: World Scientific, 1998, pp. 88-94. ISBN 981-02-3216-0.

Smith CW. Water and the diagnosis and treatment of electromagnetic hypersensitivity. In: Taddei-Ferretti C and Marotta P (Eds.) High Dilution Effects on Cells and Integrated Systems, Series on Biophysics and Biocybernetics Vol 3 – Biophysics. Singapore: World Scientific, 1998, pp. 184-192. ISBN 981-02-3216-0.

Smith CW. Water and bio-communication. In: Taddei-Ferretti C and Marotta P (Eds.) High Dilution Effects on Cells and Integrated Systems, Series on Biophysics and Biocybernetics Vol 3 – Biophysics. Singapore: World Scientific, 1998, pp. 295-304. ISBN 981-02-3216-0.

Endler PC, Heckmann C, Lauppert E, Pongratz W, Alex J, Dieterle D, Lukitsch C, Vinattieri C, Smith CW, Senekowitsch F, Moeller H and Schulte J. The metamorphosis of amphibians and information of thyroxin storage via the bipolar fluid water and on a technical data carrier; transference via an electronic amplifier. Schulte J and Endler PC (Eds.) Fundamental Research in Ultra High Dilution and Homoeopathy. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1998, pp. 155-187.

Smith CW. Coherent frequencies in living systems and homoeopathic medicine. Proc. 53rd Congress of the Intl. Homoeopathic Medical League. April 25-29, 1998. RAI, Amsterdam. Paper T001.

Smith CW. Electromagnetic Therapy. Positive Health, Issue 27, pp. 26-34, April 1998.

Publications 1999
Smith CW. Physicks and Physics. The J. of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 5(2): 191-193, April 1999.

Smith CW (Section 10 with Griffiths BB and Rea WJ), “The Fröhlich Approach to Cellular Communication Systems”. Proc. First World Congress on “Effects of Electricity and Magnetism in the Natural World”, Funchal, Madeira 1-6 October, 1998. Pontypool (Gwent): Coghill Research Laboratories (to be published).

Smith CW. (1999) The Physics of Homoeopathy. Proc. Intl. Conf. “Improving the Success of Homoeopathy 2: Developing and Demonstrating Effectiveness”. London: 15-16 April, 1999. Abstract p. 89.

Smith CW. (1999) Re: Correspondence, Frontier Perspectives, 8 August, 1998 By Thomas Phipps. Frontier Perspectives, 8(1): 9, Spring 1999.

Smith CW. (1999) The Physics of Biological and Cognitive Sciences. Proc. Intl. Multi-Conf. of the Information Society IS’99, Conference on “Biology and Cognitive Sciences”, pp. 36-39, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 12-14 October, 1999. ISBN 961-6303-18-X

Smith C.W. (1999) Frequency and Coherence in Water and Living Systems. Paper presented at a Workshop in Naples, Italy, 11 December 1999 (to be published).

Publications 2000
Smith C.W. (2000) 18th Annual Symposium on Man and His Environment, June 8-11, 2000, Dallas, Texas. Symposium Notes for Presentations: “The Diagnosis and Therapy of EM Hypersensitivity” and “EM Fields in Health, in Therapies and Disease”.

Publications 2001
Smith C.W. (2001) Coherent Frequencies and Homoeopathy. Intl. Conf. Improving the Success of Homoeopathy-3: Reuniting Art with Science, Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital, 22-23 February 2001, p. 103, London, UK.

Smith C.W. (2001) Learning from Water, a Possible Quantum Computing Medium. 5th International Conference on “Computing Anticipatory Systems”, HEC Liège, Belgium, 13-18 August 2001. CASYS’01 Abstracts – Symposium 10, p. 19. Intl. J. of Computing Anticipatory Systems 13: 406-420 (2002).

Smith C.W. (2001) Distance-related effects near radio and TV transmitters. Electromagnetic Hazard & Therapy 11(2-4): 10-11.

Smith C.W. (2001) Comments on “Quantitative Analysis of Reproducible Changes in High Voltage Electrophotography” by Russo et al. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 7(6): 629-631.

Cardella C, de Magistris L, Florio E and Smith CW. (2001) Permanent Changes in the Physico-Chemical Properties of Water Following Exposure to Resonant Circuits. Journal of Scientific Exploration 15(4): 501-518 (2001). Correspondence: 16(2): 256-259 (2002)

Publications 2002
Smith C.W. (2002) Homoeopathy, Acupuncture and Electromagnetism: unlikely (sick) bedfellows. Homoeopathy in Practice, March 2002, pp. 10-14.

Smith C.W. (2002) Toroidal fields may explain mobile phone radiation effects. Electromagnetic Hazard & Therapy 13(1): 6-7.

Smith C.W. (2002) Effects of Electromagnetic Fields in the Living Environment. Proc. Intl. Conf. Electromagnetic Environments and Health in Buildings, Royal College of Physicians, London, 16-17 May, 2002. In: Clements-Croome D (Ed.). Electromagnetic Environments and Health in Buildings. London: Taylor & Francis, October 2003. Chap. 3, pp. 53-118. ISBN 0-415-316-561

Smith C.W. and Best S. L’Homme Electromagnetique. (Updated version translated by J-M Danze). December 2002. Embourg, Belgium: Collection Resurgence Editions Marco Pietteur. ISBN 2-87211-064-X.

Publications 2003
Smith CW. (2003) An Alternative Medicine Approach to RF Interactions with Humans. Conference on: “RF Interactions with Humans: Mechanisms, Exposure and Medical Applications”. Institute of Physics, London, 27-28 February, 2003. Abstract ENV 7.4

Smith CW. (2003) Guest Editorial – Straws in the Wind. Journal Alternative and Complementary Medicine 9(1): 1-6.

Smith CW. (2003) Guest Editorial – Energy Medicine United. Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery 9(4): 169-175 (Nov 2003).

Publications 2004
Smith, C. W. Book Review of: “Energy Medicine in Therapeutics and Human Performance”, James L. Oschman, Butterworth/Heinemann, London, 2003. ISBN 0-7506- 5400-7.

Institute for Complementary Medicine Newsletter, February 2004: journal@icmedicine.co.uk and in: Electromagnetic Hazard & Therapy, 14(3-4): 6 (2004).

Smith CW. (2004) Quanta and Coherence Effects in Water and Living Systems. J Altern Complement Med. 10(1): 69-78.

Smith CW. (2004) Correspondence: Dowsing as a Quantum Phenomenon. Frontier Perspectives, 13(1): 4-6, Spring/Summer 2004.

Publications 2005
Smith C.W. 1. Electromagnetic Sensitivity and the ANS. 2. ANS Involvement in Chemical and Electromagnetic Sensitivities. 23rd Annual Symposium on Man and His Environment, June 9-12, 2005. Syllabus pp. 162-194.

Smith C.W. (2005) Watergates – Logic Operations in Water. 7th International Conference on “Computing Anticipatory Systems”, HEC Liège, Belgium, 8-13 August 2005. CASYS’05 Abstracts – Symposium 10, p. 9.

Smith CW. Herbert Fröhlich: A Coherent, Collective Phenomenon. Centenary Symposium, 20-21 August 2005. International Institute of Biophysics, Station Hombroich, Kapellener Straße, Neuss, Germany, D-41472.

Publications 2006
Smith CW. Frequencies in Homoeopathy and Acupuncture. In: Improving the Success of Homoeopathy – 5. “A Global Perspective”. Intl. Conf. Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital, 26-27 January 2006. Programme – Poster Abstracts – pp. 154-155.

Smith CW. (2006) Electrical Pollution Around Us: does it make the effects of chemical pollution an even greater health hazard? Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress, CNITParis, March 23-25. Congress Book, Abstract p. 124.

Smith CW. (2006) Fröhlich’s Interpretation of Biology through Theoretical Physics. In: Hyland GJ and Rowlands P (Eds.) Herbert Fröhlich FRS: A physicist ahead of his time. Liverpool: University of Liverpool. Pp. 91-138.

Publications 2007
Smith CW. (2007) CAM in Camera. J Altern Complement Med. 13(1).

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