A Quantum Theory of the Biological Effects of Radio-frequencies and its application to Cancer

Vincent Lauer 1, *
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Abstract : This paper proposes a scientific explanation of observed biological effects of exposure to artificial radio-frequency electromagnetic waves, based on transitions between different conformations which are stimulated by artificial electromagnetic waves and by the thermal electrical field. A first application predicts intensity-dependent peaks of a previously observed biological effect. In a second application , equations are derived that describe the inhibition by electromagnetic waves of the recognition of an antigen-presenting cell (APC) displaying a peptide-major histocompatibility complex (pMHC), by a T cell having a T Cell Receptor (TCR). Taking into account thymus selection of new T cells with or without exposure to an artificial electromagnetic wave, rules are derived that govern the effect of artificial electromagnetic waves on various classes of diseases. Theoretical predictions concerning cancer are found to be in agreement with death statistics, previous publications and past experimental results.
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Vincent Lauer. A Quantum Theory of the Biological Effects of Radio-frequencies and its application to Cancer. 2013. ⟨hal-00877298v2⟩

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