I had never really heard anything about this, and now that I am reading about it, I am finding the results convincing. (Although I am still only just starting to get my hands on the actual results themselves, so I can't be certain yet). I am talking about work done on measuring the frequency signature of molecules, recording that signature, and then using that signature to influence other molecules. Sounds crazy to the average biologist, I know, but that doesn't stop the fact that it is being done. (apparently) Digibio is the name of the company which is run by Dr Beneniste who was one of the pioneers of the work. the sorts of experiments they do are where the put an Immunoglobin in a solution, measure the EM of it, save that EM to disk orwhatever, and then play that EM frequency back to the antibody that the Immunoglobin typically interacts: The result is the same as if they added the Immunoglobin to the antibody directly. The claim is that molecular interaction isn't a direct physical contact interaction as it is so commonly thought of, but instead that it is a 'spooky action at a distance' via EM waves. Each molecule produces its own particular frequency signature, and biological mechanisms run according to these signatures being produced by the proteins/DNA/RNA molecules present at any given time. The other implication of their studies, is that water holds a memory of this EM signature, and water which has disolved a particular protein or whatever gets imprinted with this signature. If the solution is then diluted to the nth degree, so that no molecules could be left within the solution, the water should still hold the activity of the molecule that was once present in it. Yes, this is exactly what Homeopathy has always claimed to be the case. No, none of this is 'accetped' by the scientific community, but that is not a reason to dismiss it. I am posting this because I ahve never heard of it, and I have not yet been shown that there is anything wrong with it. It appears to answer many problems of biology, and hasn't said anything which 'Can't possibly be', so I am open to it. I find this all quite exciting.