Authors: G.C. Vezzoli
Affilation: The Franklin Institute of Technology, United States
Pages: 81 - 84
Keywords: centrioles, nanoclusters, mutation, sheathing water, gravity, cosmogonic
It is found that small decreases in gravity that are caused by planet syzygy, full moon presence, and cosmogonic events of deep space can cause a sufficient change in gravitational interactions to affect the nucleons of a single cell or a small nanocluster of cells after initial mitosis such that small but significant changes in normal centriole separation can occur. These slight modifications can cause modifications in bond lengths and bond angles of sheathing water molecules, and changes of the helical DNA structure, and lead to a mutation with adverse consequences.
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