DOI: 10.14704/nq.2009.7.1.216

DNA: The Gateway to Time

Sam El-Khazen


The shape of DNA is fundamental to the nature of time. During a postsynaptic potential, positively charged ions flow towards the negatively charged phosphate groups in DNA molecules in brain cells. Due to the small size and unique geometry of DNA, this results in an interesting arrangement of electric and magnetic fields in space and time that assemble neatly to form, from scratch, new electromagnetic waves. The overall system of electromagnetic radiation surrounding DNA in this fashion possesses, due to the gyre of DNA, classical angular momentum. This angular momentum, when portioned off photon by photon, has the same magnitude as the intrinsic angular momentum of all photons. This astounding apparent coincidence results from the ratio of DNA pitch to radius. While ordinary photons can, in relativistic terms, be regarded as frozen at one point in time, existing and oscillating simultaneously at every point along their path in space, the newly formed electromagnetic radiation herein described comprises photons which can be regarded as the temporal analogue of ordinary photons, i.e. frozen at one point in space, but existing and oscillating “simultaneously” at every point along their path in time. Such temporal photons can couple with ordinary photons in satisfaction of Maxwell’s equations to form spin-2 systems equivalent to gravitons, thereby unifying gravity and electromagnetism. The electric and magnetic fields surrounding brain DNA during a postsynaptic potential also form advanced Ψ functions responsible for observation induced wave function collapse. DNA geometry is correlated with time direction. The hypothesis is experimentally falsifiable.


DNA, photon, virtual photon, biophoton, spin, graviton, nerve, soma, advanced waves, retarded waves, Schrödinger, Ψ, state vector, Maxwell, electromagnetic waves, time

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