THE EBNER EFFECT: an alternative to GMO? 28 SEPT 2017
This post is to introduce an incredible area of research that appears to have been suppressed soon after it was discovered. I am still trying to understand the Ebner effect better, but felt it was noteworthy enough to share with my readers. The 2 scientists who discovered it died in mysterious circumstances in 2001. I have long contended that genetics are not an exact code on how something is to be built/structured, but is more like a computer program that interacts with its environment. One can see this genetic difference when planting a crop on a field that has variation–the plants will grow differently due to their environmental variations.
CAN FOOD PRODUCTION BE SOLVED WITHOUT GMO’s?? The ten year old book Der Urzeit-Code: Die ökologische Alternative zur umstrittenen Gen-Technologie. (Herbig, München 2007, ISBN 3-7766-2534-1) by Swiss journalist Luc Bürgin unveils the secret of an amazing biological discovery by the big Swiss pharma Ciba (now Novartis), which unfortunately has been ignored (or suppressed) by the experts. Dr. Guido Ebner & Heinz Schürch in Ciba labs exposed cereal seeds & fish eggs to an “electrostatic field” in other words, to a high DC voltage field (for instance, 750 volts, or thousands of volts), in which no current flows.
GENETIC MEMORIES ACTIVATED. Unexpectedly primeval organisms grew out of these seeds and eggs: a fern that no botanist was able to identify; primeval corn with up to twelve ears per stalk; wheat that was ready to be harvested in just four to six weeks. And giant trout, extinct in Europe for 130 years, with so-called salmon hooks. It was as if these organisms accessed their own genetic memories on command in the electric field, a phenomenon, which the English biochemist, Rupert Sheldrake, for instance believes is possible.
The Swiss pharma group patented the process & other similar discoveries (Swiss patent CH 515 957–transparent sheets containing a fluorescent substance & Austrian Patent AT-270 288 & others) & then stopped their research in 1992. Why? Because “primeval cereals” generated by an electric field, in contrast to modern strains of seeds, require hardly any fertilizers or pesticides as sold as priority products by Ciba at that time. The discovery was soon forgotten by most everyone, and from the lack of response it seems the global scientific community apparently failed to pay attention to the discovery (or was told to look the other way).
GENETIC ANTECEDENTS ACTIVATED. Guido Ebner & Heinz Schürch appear to have discovered a biological method of effectively creating antecedents from progeny without using genetic engineering. Or as both researchers put it: “Our experiments do not involve a mutation of the organism in question, which in the case of genetic engineering involves channeling an additional gene into the organism. No entirely new organism is created. In the electrostatic field, only the gene expression is altered the retrieval of the existing gene. That is something different.”
“In addition to corn and trout experiments, the results of experiments with wheat were also amazing: thus the cereal exposed to the electrostatic field developed new proteins, which people looked for in the original wheat to no avail. Furthermore, it surprisingly produced much larger roots than the control group. This had the advantage of allowing the crops to grow far more rapidly. And occasionally in these experiments, a variant emerged which resembled the genetic antecedents of the wheat. Thus, a meadow grass-like arrangement of ear shoots and small narrow leaves was observed, for example.”(A)
FINAL THOUGHTS. The Ebner effect is most interesting…it teaches us that plants and animals have genetic memory of their antecedents that can be activated. The genetic material is not changed, only its expression. What is also of interest is the suppression of the discovery of the Ebner Effect. Have a great dear reader, and you are welcome to share what you know about all this on the thread.
(A) www (dot) rexresearch.com/ebner/ebner dot htm
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