One of the big problems I feel is that in the minds of engineers one of the visions that they have this following…
they feel at one point it seems like the biological impacts of electromagnetic fields as we are using them become too substantial…
...all we’ll have to do is turn this switch off and modify our methods at this point in time.
What they don’t understand about biology is that you could irreversibly damage the living systems and I am not only talking about only humans, I’m talking about all living systems.
Turning off or changing the techniques that they use at a certain point in time might not solve the problem that was created.
It has to do in fact with 13 genes that are in the mitochondria.
The reason they are there is because of the selection barrier.
In other words, 99.4% of all of our general genetic code in the mitochondria has already migrated into the nucleus.
And so the things that remain behind in the mitochondria are all related to oxidative phosphoralation, the production of ATP using oxygen.
But the reason why these 13 genes have remain behind are functional.
In other words, it’s because it works better that way.
Yes, this management of ATP in the cell is managed by adenosine monophosphate protein kinase (AMPK) and this is an enzyme that has been formed and perfected over the last two billion years.
So it’s the manager of energy in the cell, when you disregulate randomly such an enzyme, you are really playing with the most basic mechanism of living systems and this is extremely dangerous in my opinion, ...
...I think this is something that we should avoid and what engineers want to hide this that the only way that we can achieve what we are doing but the truth is that, we could distribute the electricity as DC,…,
... we could use optical fiber which is faster than wireless and of course it’s all of the choice of methods and they used the wrong methods simply because at the moment when they made these choices, they thought you could sell stuff quickly and rapidly.
When you use electromagnetic fields and you disregulate mitochondria, you weaken this selection barrier and what will happen is that you increase raising the chances that these functions will be repatriated into the nucleus and once they are gone from mitochondria, then they won’t go back.
It’s a one way street and we know from mito-nuclear coordination in the natural system that if you try to reverse the tendencies like that was set in motion by changing back the environment it only gets worse.
In other words what engineers don’t understand is that what are they doing could be an irreversible catastrophe to the biota as a whole.
I know the mitochondria has its own genes which are different than cells' genes.
Both have nucleous, as separate entities who joined together sometime during the evolution.
The mitochondria is what produces most of the cells's energy through ATP.
Without mitochondria, there is no multicellular life possible, not to the extent we see (huge multicellular beings such as what we are, mammals are, all big multicellular life forms).
If the mitochondria starts to fail due to a break up of important enzymes used to produce energy, the cell will get ill (all diseases come from LACK OF ENERGY at first), and then die.
Dr. Klinghardt uses to say that microbes, parasites, less developped beings (not in the bad sense, just in biologic evolutionary terms) will probably be the main (or only) survivors of this humankind experiment we're doing in a planetary scale.
It's not only the electrosmog, but all toxins we are putting, are damaging life.
What will happen and is happening, is a full blown disintegration of complex forms of lives to smaller, simpler forms of life. Back to basics, so to say.
You know, when a plant dies, an animal dies, bacteria, insect, fungi come and make their bodies into small particles, so that other types of life can profit from their nutrients.
Chronic infections (that we see growing exponentially, chronic candida, chronic viruses, chronic fatigue is always linked to chronic infections, MS, brain diseases that look like cheese due to microbes eating up brain matter, etc etc) are part of the problem, to my understanding.
Without mitochondria, no evolved life is possible (in the sense of being multicellular).
It's the extra addiction of ATP energy in the cells provided by a fortunate symbiosis of 2 cells - one that could produce a lot of energy, but could not do other things well + another that could do other things well, but had not enough energy - that complex life forms were able to appear in the past.
We, multicellular beings, owe EVERYTHING to this fortunate meeting between mitochondria-type of cell with a life cell.
Break that symbiosis by breaking important enzymes that allow energy production = there is permanent damage to multicellular life.
That is what I think I can understand by this interview...