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The medico-political Covid situation is confusing on multiple levels which will clearly not be resolved any time soon, but just when you thought that there can't possibly be any more new hypotheses to discuss, along comes Matt Ehret with another.

It is widely accepted that electromagnetic radiation can be damaging to our health. X-rays, gamma rays, nuclear radiation, ultra-violet sunshine are all acknowledged to be damaging, whilst sunlight (excluding damaging UV) is known to be beneficial both physically (allowing the body to generate vitamin D) and mentally (cheering us all up :) .

Infra-red can be damaging if it causes us to heat up too much.

All other radiation is thought to be harmless . . .   except where it isn't, such a microwave radiation which causes us to heat up and is used for that purpose in microwave ovens (and for communications purposes in WiFi at low levels thought to be safe by regulators but disputed by campaigners).

There is controversy about the wave frequencies used for telecommunications and mobile phones - at low levels most (but not all) people seem to tolerate these, but there is concern that some 5G bands may not be benign, concern not exactly assuaged by regulatory authorities that resolutely cling to the now outdated idea that only frequencies that cause heating can be dangerous.

So is the idea that our biological cells might be using electromagnetic wave-forms as part of their normal healthy operation such an outlandish proposition that it can be instantly discounted by science (or what passes for science these days)?

We know that cells thrive on electrical potential (pH) and have mitochondrial "batteries" that provide electrical charge. We know that wherever an electrical impulse flows an electromagnetic wave is produced. We know that electromagnetic waves can be used to encode information. Knowing as we do that our bodies include many capabilities that we simply don't fully understand, is it even reasonable to suppose that they don't make use of the tiny electromagnetic impulses that they must inevitably create all the time at the cellular level?

Matt Ehret reports on Dr Luc Montagnier's work in this area, with regard to Covid:

"which of these is PRIMARY in growth, replication, and division of labor of individual cells or entire species of organisms? Is it the chemical attributes of living matter or the electromagnetic properties?"

"The simple physics of motion of enzymes which carry information in the body from one location to another simply doesn’t come close to accounting for the information coordination required among all parts"

"Even more interesting is that when base proteins, nucleotides and polymers (building blocks of DNA) were put into the pure water, near perfect clones of the original DNA were formed!"

Yes, it's a whole new world, just begging to be explored! Will it bring a hitherto unsuspected meaning to the words "cell tower"? That might just be the least of it . . .