Chapter 10
Wave Theory and Life
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As energetic paths of hydrogen are larger, it is easier to create vibration links (relationships) with other carbon hydrogen energetic paths. By a change of energetic activity (path vibration), energetic matter transfers messages (energetic matter signals) and impulses between waves. The best communication is between waves and is most efficient when it occurs in the same energetic capacity path, radius and frequency.

To continually preserve and enlarge their energetic capacity and size (energetic matter, radii, bonds), living objects need a continuous supply of external energy. These living links exist because of the energy they receive from their surroundings. Thus appears a living formation that is more energetic than its surroundings and independent of them.

Van der Waals forces, together with chemical and physical connections, help link different waves, which create colonies of relationships between different organelle for the utilization of external energy or the distribution of energy. These colonies, with their organelle, create viruses, living cells like bacteria, and active objects that at a later stage of evolution may have to create different organisms. Darwin and others describe this beautifully.

Lack of energy supplements damages energetic matter paths, bonds and relationships. If this continues for a long period of time, there is a cessation of relationships between those organic bonds. If the supply of energy is not resumed before the critical time, the new bonds appearing between organic molecules are not on the same paths (links) and do not have the same relationships. This is what occurs in the event of a cerebral stroke.

As previously mentioned, water and other liquids are the most crucial media for life, due to their high-energy capacity and the assistance that they extend to energetic paths-bonds. Energy signals from external organic formations reach dedicated sites in the brain through energetic paths (nerves).

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