Rebalancing Systems & Modulating Cell Size Through Electrical Current & Apoptic Behaviors

Please reference pictures for recent results in cell modulation below as needed:

 

It is now hypothesized that this method can be improved upon and added to in order to completely reform or repopulate an environment of cells.

 

This is a second step in a series of experiments conducted over the course of the past 4 months.

 

As determined during apoptic behavior in my previous study / results, cell states are enforced upon by the vibrational rate (frequency) of the introduced current; or in other words, size is restricted by the rate at which a current is oscillated, which is a factor of capacitance or allowed space.

 

If the threshold for a cell is breached in a stable and consistent manner it will die or divide. Upon death, reformation is possible.

 

Previous hypothesis:

With relation to self regulated apoptosis as a result of the introduction of current; it had been hypothesized upon findings and within the bounds of variable cell theory that the matter of blood (cells) is strictly an outcome of two – to many point differences upon a wave (pressure) and as a result of time; frequency.

 

These findings have been expanded upon:

As hypothesized to now prove the regulatory capabilities of the size of cellular structures, and that cell size by frequency will have a limit. Due to correlation between these binary ratios: link. It is also hypothesized that these findings will be replicable by reducing frequency.

 

As frequency is increased, allowed space is also decreased; resulting in smaller cells. As frequency is decreased space is increased between wave positions; resulting in larger cells. Due to scalar possibilities, there are thresholds where these rules are hypothesized to invert. Those thresholds are still yet to be determined.

 

The cell combinations to form molecules are variable as a result of this, and smaller cells may result in capabilities for growth due to spacings and allowance; along with alternating pressure. Larger frequency rates (longer waves) are likely to result in smaller molecules if a structure is already formed, as the structure will be required to adhere to the wave, and if it is not large enough already will be enforced upon to react and find ways to fit into this instructed state. This is already seen to happen in males if testosterone levels are too high, and the testes shrink.

 

A modulation between the two frequency states and cell sizes over time may influence cells to enact specific behaviors. Besides the growth and size reduction in both Red Blood Cells (RBC), and Phagocytes which I have documented; those behaviors are also yet to be determined, and will require more study along with replication of results, some of which I will be able to determine in the coming weeks.

 

I am also beginning to find that some wave forms seem to affect cells more effectively than others. Square waves for example (100% on 100% off – not to be confused with duty cycles) seem to enable apoptosis at higher rates, likely cause is there is no slope contained in a square wave. Sine waves are expected to result in better buffering or over-all less invasive technique.

 

This was the first noted change in cell sizes. It has been found that smaller cells will gather outside of larger cells; apoptic cells will gather outside of healthy cells, and healthy cells will gather towards the middle of each slide and in places with more space. Sometimes visually healthy cells appear to become apoptic within about an hour of spending time in a confined space indicating again that this is a result of cellular and environmental pressures; where the instability becomes apparent without movement, and the cell itself was not stable to begin with.

 

These images are all taken immediately after blood withdrawal. It is very difficult for me to show what I am seeing as the microscope I am using has a very short battery span, and terrible storage. Now that I know what I am looking for I will be able to better document the changes, but there were points where the cells which were clustered were just fractions of the other cells in size. You can see this yourself in the images. Often they were embedded into the larger apoptic cells as shown in the video on April 8th.

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This was the first indication of cellular size differences, which took place after 2 weeks of documented apoptic behavior. It is possible that it is first required to reset or “reboot” the system via cell death in order to instruct the cells to build at a different size. Or at the very least that apoptosis will aid in the frequency at which these changes occur.

 

Images 100-004 8th is where this is visible. I also found that within days Phagocytes were no longer exponentially enlarged and reduced to regular size. You can see these changes over time in comparison to the previous pictures found in Microscope Journal.

 

Take note to Phagocyte size in relation to RBC changes.

Monday, April 8th 2019 (∿ LH(1)15.38Mhz (Static) ⎍T(4)3.764Mhz)

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Nothing much changed visually here, and I am still waiting on the calibration slide I ordered.

April 10th (∿ LH(1)15.38Mhz (Static) ⎍T(4)3.764Mhz)

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Most recent visualization.

April 11th (∿ LH(1)15.38Mhz (Static) ⎍T(4)3.764Mhz)

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I will continue to document changes. As soon as I feel the cells are stable and consistent I will start to use Hz values again to see if the cell sizes increase.

Points of interest:

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