Research Article - Clinical Practice (2018) Volume 15, Issue 5

Evoluation of the effect of structural-physical changes in water on biological activity

Corresponding Author:
VM Zemskov
Department of Research and Development at Facecontrol, Inc., Florida, Miami, USA


The paper examines the influence of changes in structural and physical state of water on biological activity of test organisms (luminescent bacteria of the transgenic strain Escherichia coli Z905/pPHL7). The preliminary informational effect of UHF radiation on water shifts the energy distribution in water associates, which causes a growth spurt of microorganism activity by more than a decimal exponent. The paper also shows that the energy source for ATP synthesis, produced by proton ATP synthase (F0F1-ATP synthase, where F1 and F0 are protein complexes), is connected with a nonlocal electron transfer from water to the hydrate structures of the F0-complex, which, by way of rotation, transfers protons for ATP synthesis.


associate water phase, UHF radiation, electromagnetic emission, E. Coli test system, peroxide anion radical.


ЕR - electromagnetic radiation, UHF - ultra-high frequency, HF - high frequency, LFE - low frequency emission, NIR - non-ionizing radiation


Non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation in context of its biological effectsis a closely studied phenomenon [1-3]. The wide span of non-ionizing radiation (NIR) ranges that affect biosystems, from subhertz to terahertz frequencies, the intensity, the correlation of biological effects with changes in organisms water state, and long-term manifestations, call for studyingthe affect between altered metastable states and biological activity of water subjected to NIR pretreatment.

The previous studies [4] have shown that water, as a superconducting system with selforganizing critical behavior, is hyper sensitive to weak variable signals. Additionally, external electrical and/or electromagnetic perturbations of the water environment informationally impact the ◊ssociated phase of water. Furthermore, the electrophysical state of the phase possesses properties of self-renewal and self-reproduction of its state as a result of metabolic processes between itself and the environment.

Thus, an indirect (after the information processing of water by UHF radiation) impact on a living organism of water with altered structural and physical organization of the associated water phase allows to establish the link between observed biological responses and structural and physical changes in water, as well as with the low-intensity electromagnetic radiation.

Materials and Methods

Parametrization of water state as an electromagnetically and chemically active system can be carried out by utilizing changes in its volumetric properties (for example, by means of infrared absorption spectroscopy) and the state of associated water phases present in form of ion-crystal associates [5]. The associated water phase, an amorphous ice VI and VII, stabilized by delocalized charges and nanosized voids, is significantly different in dispersion and thermodynamic properties.

Microphysical parameters of associated water can be obtained from the proton magnetic resonance data [6], spontaneous Raman scattering spectra [7], fluorescence of electronexcited oxygen and its dimers [8,9], according to microwave absorption and emission (orthoand para- molecules of water and hydroxyl have rotational resonances at frequencies of 0.072 cm-1 (2.16 GHz) and 0.057 cm-1 (1.72 GHz) [10].

Despite the advantages, the use of spectral methods for parametrization of the associated water phase, including a promising lowfrequency dielectric measurement method [11], is rather limited due to the phase being prone to uncontrollable changes when exposed to radiation.

Similar instrument-methodical limitations also arise when using liquid chromatography to separate water associates. The method allows to separately observe molecular clusters of hydrogen peroxide in a monomeric, dimeric and trimeric form (refractive index n> 1.34) and associates image in water using a refractometric detector, where t represents the ice tetragonal structure (Wolrafen pentameter), n is a parameter of molecular filling of the associate with an insertion compound, p, p' (q, q') are parameters of ionic coordination (degree of association) before (without an apostrophe) and after (with an apostrophe) the structural organization of the associate is restructured [12]) over a series of peaks with n < 1,34 (dielectric permittivity of the associated water phase is 36 [13]). However, the prolonged passage of water through a capillary column causes decay or transformation of associates, which makes it impossible to use the method for quantitative measurements of the water associates parameters.

Of all non-perturbing methods of water systems study, kinetic chemiluminescence [12] is a promising one. It is used to study water activity according to the energy state of its peroxide associates (via the concentration and binding energy of radical anions in complexes). This method has not only the highest sensitivity to determine free radicals in water, formed during the decay of anion radicals, but makes it possible to evaluate microstructural changes in the properties of water.

Determination of the mass content in the associated phase (q,%) of water was carried out by cryophysical capillary method [5]. The method is based on the ability of associated water to form nanosized voids that are filled with atmospheric gases. The fraction of the void space is Kh = 0.44 ... 0.21 OH -(*) is the ice-VI associate and Kh+ = 0.89...0.61 - H+ (*) is the ice-VII associate, thus comprising a significant share of the total volume of associates. The obtained values of the volume fraction of voids in associated water allow to determine the mass parameters of the associates, since the subnanosized voids of the associated liquid do not exist in ice crystals. It is the reason why the dissociation of associates releases the air dissolved in them, which forms microvoids in ice crystals as it is released (FIGURE 1).


Figure 1: The volumetric structure of microvoids distribution in ice crystals formed during the decay of associates upon freezing of physically activated distilled water.

Cryophysical capillary method allows for drinking waterparametrization by mean and variation values of its mass fraction with an accuracy of 5% by average value and 12% by the variational index.

The energy distribution of the associated water phase (the states fraction ⊗ (qi), rel. units) is a structural analogue of the size distribution of associates - an indicator determined by the results of individual measurement of the phase fraction in a set of capillaries. The possibility of parameterization of the associated water phase as per the size (energy distribution) is based on the filling of the capillary microchannel with only one chain of self-similar associates, which is a consequence of the quantum behavior of the phase capable of self-reproduction of its structure [12]. The chain structures of the associates in capillaries (the capillary internal diameter is 1.23 mm) are more stable than individual associates in optical cells of laser interferometers, where they show phase instability [12,14], and the dimensions of associates increase significantly (up to 100 μm) as compared with the capillary associates (40 μm). To informationnaly impact water, a wide-range UHF-radiation, semiconductor injection generator with alloyed layers of indium phosphide (InP) was used, with a capacity from 10-16 W/cm2 to 10-18 W/cm2 operating in the frequency range from 40 to 180 GHz [15].

Radio emission parameters of water exposed to low-intensity UHF-radiation were estimated with EFA-300 electrical tension meter (made in USA).

Biotest systems are an important tool for investigating the nonlinear behavior of associated water phase, which confirms the biological significance of structural and physical changes in water upon its activation. The most studied among them are sensor bioluminescent systems "Ecolum" on the basis of lux operons of luminescent bacteria of Escherichia coli K12 TG1 transgenic strain [3,16-18], which are characterized not only by high sensitivity to environmental factors, but also by high stability of their parameters.

The reason this method was chosen to record changes in the state of water lies in the fact that biological objects have an increased sensitivity to the changes in the electrophysical state of water compared to physical methods of measurements. The biological test facility "Ecolum" (E. Coli microorganisms) is widely used in environmental practice and biological researches, including instances when the cell culture is subject to electromagnetic and acoustic radiation.

When low-intensity UHF-radiation is applied to E. Coli K-12 at frequencies of 70.6 and 73 GHz, with a power of 0.06 mW/ cm2, bacterial growth parameters, pH andthe medium electrical conductivity in the buffer change [2]. Along with this, changes in cell morphology, cell division processes, growth rate and enzyme release into the medium are noted [19]. Organisms may remember biological effects arising from radiation for a long period of time [20].

Changes in the electrochemical state of water were assessed according to the following indicators [12]: Biocatalytic activity (concentration of peroxide anion radicals (HO2 -(*)), μg/L) - determined by the chemiluminescence method (liquid analyzer chemiluminescent LIC UNIVERSAL, TU 9443-001-42844321-03), redox potential (h, mV), hydrogen index (pH, units), electrical conductivity (S, μS/cm).

For research, a weakly mineralized calcium bicarbonate (magnesium, potassium) drinking water of Nestle brand containing excess oxygen (12.3 mg/L) was used.

Results and Discussion

Dynamics of electrochemical, structural, physical and biological indicators of Nestle water after bottle depressurization

The initial state of Nestle water after the bottle depressurization was assessed without it being left open. The electrochemical parameters of the water during the study are characterized by significant changes brought about bythe associated water phase transformation processes occurring in water as a result of the diffusion transfer of excess oxygen dissolved in water. Changes in the concentration of dissolved oxygen within the range of 12.3-9.4 mg/L (TABLE 1) are accompanied by an increase in the hydrogen index (from 7.07 to 7.72 pH units) and redox potential (from 211 to 265 mV).

Exposure time*
Hydrogen index,
pH units
Redox potential, Eh, mV Electrical conductivity,
S, μS/cm
О2 concentration, mg/dm3
mean variations mean variations mean Т, °С mean
0 7.07 0.0006 210.9 0.0023 211.6 23.4 12.29
1 7.07 0.0004 218.1 0.0039 211.2 23.2 12.10
2 7.03 0.0005 213.8 0.0053 211.8 23.3 10.93
3 7.06 0.0006 222.4 0.0040 211.2 23.3 9.44
4 7.09 0.0010 221.0 0.0025 211.6 23.3 9.43
5 7.14 0.0010 227.2 0.0080 212.8 23.5 9.44
1 day 7.42 0.0007 213.3 0.0027 212.0 23.4 9.79
3 days 7.72 0.0013 264.8 0.0081 210.0 22.9 -

Table 1: Changes in electrochemical parameters and concentration of dissolved oxygen in Nestle water after the bottle depressurization.

The dynamics of changes in the content of peroxide anion radicals in water after the bottle depressurization, presented in FIGURE 2, shows that the production of macro-quantities of oxygen forms in water (by the degree of 1 μg/L) occurs after 1 hour after contact of water with atmospheric air. However, after 3 hours, their content decreases to a minimum value and is maintained stably for a long time. Such processes in water are probably caused by a restructuring of the associated water phase structure related to the condensation of electrons from the environment. The observed dynamics of active forms of oxygen in water cannot be described by classical equations of chemical kinetics and is rather a consequence of effects of a nonlocal interaction (in time) of a quantum object [12,14].


Figure 2: Dynamics of changes in the concentration of peroxide anion radicals (НО2-(*)) in oxygen-saturated Nestle drinking water after the bottle is depressurized.

The structural-physical state of the associated water phase was evaluated after it had been exposed to atmospheric air. Dynamic changes in the state of the associated water phase were registered during a long period of time.

After the water bottle is depressurized, the share of the associated state phase in the sample reaches its maximum within 2 days (qav.=0,435%)as compared to its value in the initial period and a prolonged exposure afterwards (qav.=0,389–0,395% (TABLE 2), which is due to the decay of its high-energy states as a result of electrochemical processes.

Date of measurement Water samples
(exposure to air)
Temperature, °С Phase share, qav.., %
mean variations
5.10 Nestle (opened on 5.10) 23.2 0.389 0.038
Nestle (opened on 4.10) 23.2 0.435 0.022
17.10 distillate water 23.1 0.695 0.037
Nestle (opened on 29.09) 23.1 0.395 0.041
20.10 distillate water 22.2 0.694 0.030
Nestle (opened on 29.09) 22.2 0.396 0.035
25.10 Nestle (opened on 23.10) 22.2 0.463 0.030

Table 2: Measurements of the share of associated water phase (qav., %) in nestle water.

The analysis of energy distribution of the associated water phase (an analog of the associates distribution as per size) given in TABLE 3 indicates absence of bioenergetically active high-energy states in Nestle water with qi>1,0%. Low presence of peroxide anion radicals in the associated water phase (Nestle water) is seen in their 5% presence in the range of qi=0,8-1,0% only on the first and second days after the bottle was opened. With longer exposure of water to the open air, the energy distribution remains stable.

Energy levels, Δqi,%
0…0,2 0.2…0,4 0.4…0,6 0.6…0,8 0.8…1,0 1.0…1,2
5.10 Т=23,2°С (opened on 5.10)
Nestle 0.15 0.30 0.45 0.10 0 0
5.10 Т=23,2°С (opened on 4.10)
Nestle 0 0.30 0.60 0.05 0.05 0
17.10 Т=23,1°С
distillate water 0.05 0.10 0.15 0.35 0.20 0.15
Nestle 0.05 0.45 0.40 0.10 0 0
20.10 Т=22,2°С
distillate water 0 0 0.50 0.30 0.10 0
Nestle 0.05 0.45 0.40 0.10 0 0
25.10 Т=22,2°С
distillate water 0 0.05 0.10 0.45 0.20 0.20
(opened on 23.10)
0.05 0.2 0.55 0.15 0.05 0

Table 3: Energy distribution (density of states Δ, rel. units) of the associated water phase in Nestle water.

Water samples were held at ambient temperature with no exposure to electromagnetic emitters to determine the effect of background electromagnetic radiation on the EcoLum test culture [21]. It was established on the basis of the studies carried out in [21] that the changes induced by the low-frequency electromagnetic field do not disappear immediately after its termination, but remain for at least 168 hours, which predetermines the need for long-term observations of evolution in the activity.

Our study of the dynamic changes in the "Ecolum" test culture as the water was kept in different conditions (TABLE 4) reveals that both in terms of absolute values of the activity of "Ecolum" microorganisms in a reference distilled water and of relative (to distilled water) values of test culture activity in Nestle water, the changes depend on the storage conditions and the presence of activating systems. The range of changes in the activity of the test culture in distilled water varied from 43 to 307 ppm, which is associated with changes in the electromagnetic background and solar insolation in the noted period. Samples of Nestle water kept under the same conditions as distilled water, were characterized by higher values of Ecolum activity in the initial period of the experiment, but after 1.5 hours were similar with the activity of distilled water.

10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00
September 29 (kept in a laboratory room with catalytically active water)
170.6 7.33 294.6 3.52 286.2 3.08 210.4 3.05 223 2.9
0.41 0.13 0.12 0.15 0.25 0.22 0.38 0.15 0.26 0.24
October 02 - a laboratory experiment with no influence of external activating processes
40.4 1.02 39.8 1.12 45.6 1.01 52.6 0.86 42.6 0.95
0.5 0.15 0.21 0.15 0.21 0.11 0.16 0.08 0.21 0.12
October 16 (kept in a laboratory room with catalytically active water)
38.4 4.98 86.2 2.12 109.2 1.46 110.6 1.33 92.8 1.45
0.22 0.18 0.19 0.32 0.24 0.31 0.28 0.3 0.31 0.1
October 18 (kept in a laboratory room with catalytically active water)
34.2 5.55 53.4 3.14 86.8 1.76 131 0.95 112.6 1.18
0.11 0.13 0.31 0.19 0.09 0.19 0.53 0.15 0.26 0.21
October 20 - with no influence of external activating processes
81.4 3.1 138.6 1.92 126.6 2.22 276.2 0.85 277.8 0.85
0.39 0.35 0.47 0.18 0.25 0.37 0.53 0.32 0.45 0.1
October 23 - with no influence of external activating processes
226 1.82 339.6 1.32 288.4 1.29 211 1.26 306.6 1.08
0.4 0.39 0.36 0.08 0.41 0.26 0.35 0.22 0.15 0.21

Table 4: Long-term changes in the activity of the "Ecolum" test culture in Nestle water (relative to distilled water) with preliminary stabilization of water under different conditions.*

The exposure of Nestle water with no electromagnetic emitters present is characterized by approximately twice greater activity of the test culture, which can be a confirmation of the greater stability of metastable water states in absence of radiation.

The obtained background values of changes in the structural-physical and electrochemical parameters of water and the activity of the test microorganism culture can serve as independent criteria for subsequent evaluation of biological activity of water under the influence of electromagnetic radiation.

Emission of low-frequency ER from Nestle water after its activation by UHF-radiation

As noted above, water as a superconductor has the ability to emit electromagnetic radiation in a wide range of wavelengths and demonstrates self-organized critical behavior, which ensures its hypersensitivity to weak variable signals.

The excitation of the electronic subsystem of water is possible at different frequencies coinciding with the generation bands both in the low and high frequencies (UHF), which allows observing the radio emission of water using simple physical methods.

Nestle water in original packaging (0.5 liter polymeric container) was installed on a radiometric sensor EFA-300, located on a dielectric stand, and exposed to UHF radiation. The emitter of UHF radiation (several grammes of mass) was attached to the side surface of the container. The generator was turned on manually, while its shutdown was automatic. To minimize interference, the operator left the room for the duration of exposure, with no switching of network sources in adjacent rooms.

Electromagnetic emission of water after its exposure to UHF-radiation is characterized by quasiperiodically excited generation outbursts observed with the use of a peak detector (FIGURE 3), at the following frequencies: 0-1; 8; 12; 16; 20,3; 24,6; 39,8; 74 Hzv [4].


Figure 3: A fragment of recorded lowfrequency water emission (using a peak voltage detector in the frequency range of 5 Hz-2 kHz) after a 5-minute irradiation of the sample with UHF-radiation and a background water emission recorded 10 minutes prior to exposure.

With a longer observation of low-frequency emission of UHF-irradiated water (FIGURE 4), both delayed and retarded and advanced time of decreasing water activity and its subsequent sharp outburst, which lasts for a long time. No significant changes in the electromagnetic emission are observed during a 5 minute UHFirradiation, except for a general decrease in the emission intensity. In addition, activity drops are recorded in the LF emission of irradiated water, apparently associated with the periodic reorganization of the system of associates.


Figure 4: A low-frequency emission from water (rms detector, 5 Hz-2 kHz range) in the repeated experiment with a longer recording of the signal (duration of UHF-radiation - 5 minutes).

Considering the nature of the emission outbursts, it can be noted that most frequent are peaks with a relatively small amplitude, while high-amplitude peaks appear with large time intervals. According to [4], the characteristic features of appearance of electromagnetic emission of metastable states of water associates are the effects of a fairly rapid restructuring of their electronic activity present in a prolonged electromagnetic afterglow. In context of biological processes associated with structural changes in the phase of associated water, even more interesting is the temporal dynamics of electromagnetic emission, which is characterized by recurring events generated by changes in the electronic activity of the superconducting state. The recurrence of events in time (as well as in space) is a consequence of quantum nonlocality manifested in the self-reproducing property of the system (in this case, the water in the associated phase portion). In fact, this effect reflects the properties of quantum states of the quasiparticles (in physics this phenomenon is called "fractional revivals" [12]) acquired in the process of physical activation, which ensures their translation into the environment and long reproducibility in time.

Therefore, water associates (their electronic component) as macroscopic quantum objects contain in themselves the entire volume of electronic information about the object, which they transfer to the quantum-conjugate center. This property of quantum systems is of fundamental importance for biological processes due to the fact that electronic information transferred to the body in the form of an electronic crystal serves as a kind of "guidepost" that determines the direction of biochemical reactions.

Dynamics of electrochemical, structural-physical and biological characteristics of “Nestle” water after being activated by UHF emission of low intensity

The presence of nonlocal interaction effects in advanced and delayed changes of the water emission characteristics during treatment by UHF emission stipulates the need for measuring of the changes in the structural-physical water state over longer periods. This will allowto correlate the structural-physical changes in the water with its LF emission characteristics and bioactivity.

After UHF emission treatment, during the first day of exposure some the redox potential, which has also appeared in the day before the water treatment (TABLE 6), values showed some increase. After 6 hours, Eh values of water began to drop pointing to self-induction of reactive oxygen intermediates. Maximum activity of the water is logged after twenty-four hours of exposure; it appears as synchronous change of electrochemical values and concentration of the peroxide anion radicals with deoxidizing activity in the water.

In the change dynamics of electrochemical characteristics of the analyzed “Nestle” water, periods qualitatively matching the concentration dependence of the peroxide anion-radical induction are noted (TABLE 2, FIGURE 2 and 3).

The analysis of variation changes in electrochemical characteristics presented in TABLE 5 confirms their correlation with the appearance of the anion-radical oxygen forms in the system. The latter are formed during the electron quantum condensation processes registered as the electromagnetic emission peaks. Here, the variation ratio of the peroxide anionradical concentration becomes high. Only after the excited system is left to stand for a prolonged period of time, the electron condensation rate slows down and the variation value normalizes (not exceeding 10%).

Measurement intervals, days Time of measurement, hour:min Electrochemical characteristics НО2-(*) concentration, mkg/l
рН value Redox potential, Eh, mV
average var. average var. average var.
0 11:15 7.62 0.019 231.9 0.08 <0.1  
12:45 7.39 0.004 233.2 0.015 <0.1  
14:00 7.36 0.001 244.9 0.014 <0.1  
15:45 7.33 0.004 248.7 0.011 0  
UHF emission treatment 8:20-8:25
11:00 7.09 0.001 259.7 0.006 0  
12:50 7.11 0.002 256.4 0.008 0  
14:15 7.29 0.005 234.1 0.015 5.39 0.55
15:20 7.25 0.001 235.5 0.010 1.59 0.39
2 11:50 7.40 0.007 200.3 0.013 1.47 0.65
12:50 7.48 0.003 198.3 0.022 0.95 0.9
13:50 7.52 0.002 191.0 0.015 9.19 0.41
15:15 7.53 0.003 190.4 0.017 7.43 0.35
16:00 7.57 0.001 189.6 0.016 4.95 0.22
16:55 7.58 0.001 189.1 0.020 3.19 0.41
3 11:55 7.25 0.002 197.8 0.012 2.16 0.11
3 11:55 7.25 0.002 197.8 0.012 2.16 0.11

Table 5: Electrochemical characteristics and concentration of the peroxide anion-radicals in “Nestle” water after its activation by the UHF emission.

It should be noted in the analysis of the dynamic changes in the structural-physical state of the water (with the results presented in TABLES 6 and 7) that the water structural organization shows only slight changes on the day of treatment and the preceding day before treatment. An exception is that on the day of the water treatment by UHF radiation, the highenergy states (qi=0.8-1.0%) presented by the peroxide anion radicals disappear in the energy distribution of the associated water phase.

Measurement intervals, days Impact Phase part, qav.,%
average variations
0 Without impact
0.442 0.038
1 UHF treatment
0.443 0.032
2 after 24 hours 0.587 0.028
3 after 2 days 0.468 0.025

Table 6: Changes in the associated phase (qzv., %) of Nestle water after treatment by the UHF emission.

Measurement intervals, days Energy levels, Δqi,%
0…0.2 0.2…0.4 0.4…0.6 0.6…0.8 0.8…1.0 1.0…1.2 >1.0 >1.2
0 0.05 0.35 0.25 0.25 0.1 0 0 0
UHF treatment 8:20-8:25
0.05 0.3 0.45 0.2 0 0 0 0
(after 24 hours)
0 0.1 0.55 0.15 0.15 0.05 0.05 0
(after 2 days)
0.05 0.3 0.4 0.25 0 0 0 0

Table 7: Energy distribution (state density Δ, rel.units) of the associated water phase in Nestle water after its exposure to the UHF emission.*

On the day following the water treatment, the associated water phase content increases up to qav.= 0.587% (as compared with qav.= 0.443% the day before). The weight ratio of the associated water phase increases up to 20% due to newly appeared high-energy states with qi>0.8% by means of conversion of the hydroxyl anion- into peroxide radicals.

Thus, the electronic dynamics of SP-state of the associated water phase subjected to UHF excitation, which shows response in LF electromagnetic emission, is accompanied by the structural-physical and electrochemical changes in the water medium.

FIGURE 5 shows the dynamic changes in the microorganism radiation rate after water treatment by the UHF emission. The peak value distribution of the microorganism luminescence intensity is characterized by a high variability. Bacteria luminescent emission intensity can be changed by an order of magnitude or more as compared with the background values during the whole exposure period. This indicates that the changes in the microorganism luminescence intensity is influenced by the periodic generative activity of the electromagnetic emission and associated processes of the electric charge transfer (electrons). Such changes of bioactivity variability are also observed in water when evaluating peroxide anion radicals content (Table 5), the fact of which indicates correlation of these processes.


Figure 5: Response of “Ecolum” microorganisms to a 5-minute UHF emission depending on the exposure (I is emission intensity without averaging).

Water treatment by the UHF emission leads to decrease of microorganism activity within several hours after the exposure (FIGURE 5); this is also represented by the nonlocal influence on the control water with the same composition as the water exposed to the emission [“Nestle” water in both cases] (FIGURE 6). As it follows from the graph, the microorganism activity decreases both in the control water and in the test water. This indicates that the control water responds to the structural-physical changes appeared in the test water after exposure to the UHF emission.


Figure 6: Dynamic changes in E.Coli luminescent emission intensity in Nestle water treated by UHF emission, relatively distilled water (Io=In/Id where In, Id – intensity of Nestle water samples and distilled water, correspondingly, exposure time is 5 minutes).

On the second day after water treatment by UHF emission, an anomalous increase of microorganism activity was observed in all analyzed water samples which exceeded the background values by an order of magnitude. Thus, the metastable state of “Nestle” water influences the structural-physical state of the water in the immediate environment by way of nonlocal interaction processes and water aerosol constituent excitation [4].

Long-term monitoring of the dynamic changes in the water bioactivity (FIGURE 7) shows that the maximum water bioactivity appears in the second day after treatment by UHF emission. At the same time, water medium excitation represented by bioactivity increase appears before impact of the UHF emission (see series 2, day 0). After emission exposure, the gradual decrease of water bioactivity is registered and the maximum influence of emission appears only on the second day.


Figure 7: Dynamic changes of luminescent I emission intensity of “Ecolum” microorganisms exposed in water treated by the UHF emission (two series of experiments spread out over 1 week).

This progression of the process is stipulated by the changes in structural-physical characteristics of the associated water phase connected to generation of reactive oxygen intermediates resulting in change of electrochemical water characteristics.

When analyzing the obtained results, we can conclude that the biological effects demonstrated by the activated water are stipulated by the charge transfer to the primary electron receptors in the organism initiating structural and dynamic processes of hydration and conformational reconstruction of biopolymers (phospholipids) [22,23]. Different trends of “Ecolum” microorganism reaction in the after-treatment by UHF emission stages are associated with the processes of growth or degradation of the associated water phase andredistribution of the volume charge [24,25] oscillating in macroscopic timescales determined by the quantum nonlocality effects.

But such significant biological effect of the microorganism activity increase (by more than decimal exponent) in the medium without metabolites cannot be associated solely with the structural changes of hydrate water under the influence of UHF emission.

At the same time, according to the works [26-28], increase in luminosity of the cell bacterial luciferase is stipulated by production of ATP, the universal biological energy carrier. In prokaryotic cells, ATP is produced by protonic ATP synthase (F0F1-ATP-synthase where FO-, F1 are protein complexes) built into the cell membrane. According [29], the key elements in the activity of F0F1-ATPsynthase proton channels are the negatively charged amino-acid residues of ◊ and > subunits containing protonated groups able to retain protons and transfer them between each other (proton motor) [29-33]. But these works do not describe the mechanism making γ-subunits to rotate together with ε and and δ-subunits of F0 complex in the absence of a proton gradient on membrane. Based on our results concerning the influence of structural and physical state of the associated water phase on the activity of F0F1-ATP-synthase of microorganisms, it is assumed that ATP-synthase operating efficiency is determined by the electronic activity of water with behavior described in scientific terms of the high temperature SP-state [4].

On this basis, the rolling movement of F0 complex oligomer subunits is based on the electron entry on the hydrate structures of α-helical proteins of the cell membrane forming the rotary magnetic field (a characteristic of SPstate) which interacts with the magnetic domain of γ-subunit of FO complex and makes it rotate. This results in periodic excitation of hydrationdehydration processes resulting in formation of protons in the system which enter the active centers of F1 complex. Besides, these processes create conditions for quantum condensation of electrons from the environment which support rotation of the cell motor.

Thus, the cell motor functioning depends on the degree of water hydration in the cell supported by the metabolic electron processes with the environment. Therefore, the associated water phase being a quantum oscillator operates as an energy supplier for the cell, while also responsible for transforming thermal energy into chemical and mechanical energy.


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