Mankind has always been excited about longevity. Biophysical studies indicate that the water in the human body “has departed” from the water at the time of origination of life (Prof. Semihina, Dr. Mosin, Dr. Ignatov). The more rapid the life processes are, the faster the states of orderliness are observed, i.e. entropy in the living organism decreases. Yet this leads to difficulties in compensating entropy with the entropy of the environment, which is associated with metabolism and energy. Such organisms, like mammals, can live up to 100 years. In trees the processes are slower, the states of orderliness are harder to obtain, and entropy decreases more slowly than in animals. There are trees that live for more than 1000 years. For example, a turtle’s life processes are slower than those of mammals and faster than those of trees. It can live up to 300 years. We can define a specific time for each living creature, and their time to a certain degree differs from the time of the environment. This time correlates with parameters of the vital activity of living organisms (Dr. Ignatov, 2011).
Process of aging of an organism is associated with accumulation of errors during the process of DNA replication. The free radicals such as O* have an adverse affect on this process. Deuterium atoms in water molecules and radiation also have an adverse effect on DNA replication in the human organism. Human experience shows that there is also heredity in longevity.
Aging is a non-linear biological process. The rate of aging increases with time. In 1963 Orgel demonstrated that the aging process is also associated with the synthesis of mutated proteins. The accumulation of errors in protein synthesis increases exponentially with age. Cells taken from adults show reduced levels of transcription or transmission of information from DNA to RNA molecule. Therefore, the probability of cancer occurrence increases with age.
Human experience shows that long-living people inhabit mainly high mountain areas. In the Russian Caucasus and North region there are much more centenarians compared to other parts of Russia. Thus, in the Russian Caucasus and North region there live approximately between 320 and 350 centenarians among 1 million of inhabitants, while in all Russia – only 8 centenarians among 1 million of inhabitants. The same phenomenon occurs in the valley Hunza in Pakistan. One explanation for these facts may be that the water in those regions contains less deuterium atoms and its structure comes nearer to crystalline structure of ice, because at thawing of ice only 15 % of hydrogen bonds among the water molecules are broken off (Berdishev, 1960).
As it was shown by us deuterium hinders vital processes in all living organisms that affects cellular metabolism, a parity ratio of synthesized proteins, carbohydrates and lipids (Mosin, 1996). Thus deuterium affects the process of mitosis in stage of prophase, leading to imparity of genetic material to two daughter cells at an early stage of mitosis (Dr. Lamprecht, Dr. Schroeter, Dr. Paweletz, 1989). It is estimated that in his lifetime a man takes up approximately 12-15 kg of deuterium with drinking water. Furthermore, deuterium induces physiological, morphological and cytological alterations in the cell. This leads to the formation in D2O of large atypical cells. They are usually 2-3 times larger in size and have a thicker cellular wall compared to the control cells, which are grown on ordinary water. Besides of that, the structure of DNA in deuterated cells in heavy water may alters; distribution of DNA in them was non-uniform (Mosin, Ignatov, 2012).
There were performed the studies of influence on human health with “depleted” water.
The results were compared with control groups. The results were achieved Dr. Shomlai, Hungary with medical effects on tumor diseases. Those researches were performed in Russia, Ukraine, USA and Japan. In Ukraine were achieved results for increasing of “living” activities of spermatozoids.
DNA possess a unique structure in which one polynucleotide chain in DNA’s double helix strand is complimentarily bonded with the neighboring chain through hydrogen bonds between nucleobases (adenine, guanine, thymine, cytosine). Each nucleobase forms hydrogen bonds with only one of the other nucleobases – A (adenine) with T (thymine), C (cytosine) with G (guanine) – so that the type of nucleobases on one chain of DNA determines the strength of the bond – the more complementary nucleus bases exist, the stronger and more stable, therefore, the bond.
Nobel laureate Prof. Montagnier, Prof. Aissa, Prof. Del Giudice and co-authors studied the transfer of information from an aqueous solution of DNA molecules to water. In those experiments an electromagnetic field with a frequency of 7 Hz was applied. The results demonstrated that information about DNA may be transfered to water.
Dr. M. Emoto furthermore has shown empirically that "positive" information structuring water microcrystalles, while the "negative" information doesn’t. Prof. Korotkov evidences that "water can store, distribute and modify the information it receives." The studies of Prof. Zenin and Prof. Chaplin on water structure consisting from neutral clusters (H2O)n and their cluster ions ([(H2O)]+n, [(H2O)] -n) are also valuable for our studies.
At the present stage in the development of civilization many environmental factors as pollution of water and stress has an essential impact on human life expectancy. Russian scientists Prof. Semihina and Prof. Krisheniuk have shown evidence of alterations in water in the presence of stress and other environmental factors (Prof. Semihina, Prof. Krisheniuk, 2005).
We carried out a research of infrared (IR) spectrum of hydrogen bonds in water associates in which it was dissolved 1% solution of blood serum. Therefore, the samples of blood with the content of 92% water were examined. The supposition is proposed by us, that there is a certain correlation between the IR-spectrum of blood serum and the living status of the human body (Ignatov, Mosin 2012).
The studying of IR-spectrum of water in the human body can also answer the question of aging and longevity. Studies were performed on a 1% solution of blood serum with the method of IR spectral analysis of a non-equilibrium energy spectrum (NES) Prof. Antonov© (1983) and differential non-equilibrium energy spectrum (DNES), Prof. Antonov© (1993), Dr. Ignatov © (1998). Empirical blood serum samples were provided by Dr. Naneva, Municipal Hospital, Teteven, Bulgaria. The experimental samples were divided into 2 groups of people between 50 and 70 years of age. The first group (control group) consisted of people having excellent health. The second group consisted of people in a critical state suffering from malignant tumors. As a biophysical parameter it was examined the average energy of hydrogen bonds among water molecules in the blood serum. The result was obtained as a difference between the IR-spectrum of 1% solution of blood serum (NES) and a control sample with deionized water (NES). This IR-spectrum is related to DNES. The first group obtained the result -9.1±1,1 μeV, and the second -1.6±1,1 μeV. There is statistical difference between the two groups of results according to the t-criterion of Student at level p <0,05.
Evidently, water in the human body has an IR-spectrum as the life like information bearer. Thus, for the control group of healthy people the value of the spectrum of the largest local maximum is detected at -0.1387 eV or at a wavelength of 8.95 μm. While for the group of people in a critical state and the patients with malignant tumors, the values of the IR-spectrum of the largest local maximums shift to lower energies compared with the control group.
A study of blood serum was performed by the method of infrared spectral analysis (Prof. Krasnov, Prof. Gordetsov, 2009). The following peaks in the IR-spectrum were received at- 8.55, 8.58, 8.70, 8.77, 8.85, 9.10, 9.35 and 9.76 μm. The resulting peak at 8.95 μm (1117 cm-1) is close to the one obtained by Russian scientists at 8.85 μm (1130 cm-1) (Dr. Ignatov, 2012). In the control group of healthy people, the function of distribution of water molecules according to energy f(E) at 8.95 μm has an average value of 75.3 reciprocal eV (еV-1). In the group of people in critical condition this value is 24.1 reciprocal eV. The confidence level of the obtained results is p <0.05 by the t-criterion.
In 1992 Prof. Antonov performed analogous experiments with the impact on tumor cells of a mouse in water. There was a decrease of the IR-spectrum compared with the control sample of cells from a healthy mouse. Decrease was also observed in the IR-spectrum of the blood serum of terminally ill group of people to that of healthy control group of people. With the age increase of long-living blood relatives, the function of distribution according to energies at -0.1387 eV decreases. With this group a result was obtained at DNES -5.5±1,1 μeV at an age difference of 20-25 years compared with the control group.
Most of the long-living people in Bulgaria inhabit the Rhodope Mountains. One of the mountain water samples, which have a IR-spectrum similar to the IR-spectrum of healthy people blood serum at 8.95 μm, is the water received from the Rhodopes. The mountain waters from Teteven, Boyana, etc., have similar parameters.
According to the opinion of the authors, information about longevity can be reflected by the genome of centenarians in the water spectrum. The structure of water in the human body also affects the length of human life and, probably, is associated with it. Studies of blood serum with the DNES method show, that by analyzing the average energy of hydrogen bonds among water molecules and functions of distribution of water molecules on their energies, it is possible to establish the vital status of man and the life expectancy associated with it.
The human organism spends nine months in the aquatic environment in the mother’s womb. During this stage of development the human body contains the largest quantity of water. It is quite possible that there is a correlation to the content of deuterium, and the spectrum of blood serum in the mother’s organism (Dr. Ignatov, Dr. Mosin).
The obtained results demonstrate a certain correlation between the IR-spectrum of water in the human body and the living status of the person. The magnitude of the IR-spectrum of the largest local maximum in the control group of healthy people is observed at a wavelength of 8.95 µm. There is a peak in the IR-spectrum of deuterium molecules in the water in the human body at 4 μm (2500 cm-1) (Dr. Jennigs, Dr. Bluck, Dr. Wright, Dr. Elia, 1999). At this wavelength the energy of hydrogen bonds is biggest than at 8.95 μm. This is evidence for the significant effects of deuterium on the status of human life. In 1974 Griffiths suggested that deuterium affects the aging process. The main considerations of various authors support the notion for direct influence of deuterium. Because of its low concentration of 0,015-0.02 at.% in the natural water of the planet, this statement may cause further discussions. These relatively small doses of deuterium, however, lead to changes in the IR-spectrum and the respective structure of water with significant biophysical, biochemical and medical effects on humans (Dr. Ignatov, Dr. Mosin 2012). These effects are more significant during bio-resonance interaction of water molecules. Since the beginning of evolution, cells also emit biophysical fields and the value of the IR-spectrum of the largest local maximum is at a wavelength of 9.70 μm (Dr. Ignatov, 2005). The resulting peak at 9.70 μm (1131 cm-1) is close to the one detected by Prof. Krasnov and Prof. Gordetsov in blood plasma at 9.76 μm (1125 cm-1) (Dr. Ignatov, Dr. Mosin, 2012).
This means that the use of water with less deuterium and “active” spectrum improves the water environment in the human body and reduces the number of possible errors in DNA replication. However, the overall effect is reflected in the reduction of the aging process.
In nature this sort of natural mountain water with less content of deuterium is formed during the process of glacier ice melting in springtime, which is vital for living organisms.
| Gottfried Wilhelm