discussion of mechanism of "ultradilution" / homeopathic "potentisation":
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The provenience of ultradilute IgE (Davenas et al ), some remarks.
lab was one of three labs that replicated the Beneveniste degranulation protocol.
I have read on-line a critic/skeptic claiming that all replications were made
by Davenas and only by Davenas. I was working in Pomeranz laboratory throughout
this time period. As I remember, originally Pomeranz and Fortner went to Paris
for two weeks to learn the protocol. Then, to begin with in our lab, the assay/anomaly/phenomena
worked, manifested clearly perhaps 20-25% of the time. And therefore at some point
Davenas came over to Toronto for two weeks to supervise and help us work out the
kinks. While she was with us, supervising, the assay worked consistently (I believe
the manifestation of the phenomenon during that time approached 100%). However,
after Davenas left, over a period of about three weeks, our efficacy slowly then
degrading back to the 20% we had previously seen.
quantum physicist, del Giudice, met Benveniste (9)
he returned to Milan to ponder what might hold the signal. This led him to publish
an article in Physical Review Letters (10):
Water as a Free Electric Dipole Laser in 1988 (11)
in which he demonstrated (mathematically) that oscillating dipoles might carry
the relevant signals. He went on, over the decades to describe how coherent clouds
of quasi-free electrons might hold such signals in Quantum Coherent Domains (CD).
|D. has asked me for a user friendly definition of Coherent Domains. I am working on it...|
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| 8: Davenas et al: Human basophil
degranulation triggered by very dilute antiserum against IgE: Nature, vol
333, p.816-818, 30th June 1988.|
9: (Pomeranz was at this meeting: and this is while I was a research associate of Pomeranz )
10: THE most important physics journal!
11: Del Giudice: Water as a Free Electric Dipole Laser: Physical Review Letters: 29 Aug. 1988, 61:9:1085-88
12: Del Giudice: Emergence of Self Organization in Aqueous Systems and Living Matter
13: Del Giudice and Tedeschi: Water and the Autocatalysis in Living Matter, Electromagnetic biology and Medicine 2009 28:1