A short video dedicated to the DNA Phantom Effect and how it might be related to human emotion. The DNA Phantom Effect is a questionable discovery by Russian scientist and "father of Wave Genetics", Peter P. Gariaev. In 1985 the very first evidential proofs of DNA being able to maintain wave/field type memory were found. That same year, the "DNA Phantom Effect" was given its name after observations made by Gariaev stated that physical DNA somehow attracted and manipulated light in a vacuum chamber, when the light should have been random. After removing the DNA from the experiment, the light stayed organized, which in the end, suggests that human DNA can and does directly affect the physical world.
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