In an incredible piece of work, "Photon Storage in Biological Systems," in Electromagnetic Bio-Information, Urban and Schwarzenberg, Baltimore, Md., 1979, pp.123-149, Dr. Fritz Albert Popp has presented the results of his laboratory work-and his theory-dealing with quite new developments in biological organism fields.  Indeed, this may be one of the most important Western papers ever presented, if its true import is noticed.  Briefly, in studying cellular electromagnetic bioactivity, the cell behaves as a system far from thermal equilibrium.  It thus can be characterized as a Prigogine system.  (Ilya Prigogine received the Nobel Prize in 1977 for his development of nonlinear thermodynamics of systems far from equilibrium, thereby changing the second law of thermodynamics.)  We now know that in such a system negative entropy can result, and order can emerge from disorder.  For a wildly disordered system, large-scale order can emerge and stabilize, and the more chaotic the disorder, the greater the stability of the ordered patterns that emerge.  (Which seems to imply a confirmation of my fourth law of logic -- total disorder must inevitably turn into total order.)
  At any rate, living cells produce coherent light with a laserlike activity.  This coherence serves as a control for the metabolism of the cells, regulates growth, and fixes the reproduction rate.  Further, the cell exhibits superconductive behavior. 
  Popp found that a living organism in fact possesses a living aura, a virtual electromagnetic field that pervades the entire organism with a virtual photonic flux.  In this field, virtual photons are stored.  The field continually receives inputs (virtuals) from the environment and is continually outputting biophotons, particularly in the near ultraviolet.  This field, in which all cells are bathed and with which they all continually intercommunicate, tends to stabilize and cohere the organism.  All this has been established by laboratory experiments, and all of it is directly consistent with my own hyperfields and nested-virtual-fields model of the living system's life-consciousness loop connecting its mind hyperworld to its physical body tuner.  My model is consistent with Popp's work and extends it by adding the nested structures of the virtual field, thus connecting Popp's virtual field to the neutrino field and the mindfield. 
  And with this additional information in mind, let us return to our consideration of nested modulations on an electromagnetic carrier.  Indeed, let us look at several examples of devices already applying the "nested modulation is hyperspace vectoral" effect. 

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