In the past twenty-five years, early biological concepts based on reductionist inference have been largely revisited and overshadowed by more recent molecular and pathogenetic findings, creating a brand new cultural approach. One of the most impressive discoveries was the ability of water to induce biological activity of specific substances to emit electromagnetic waves and to capture it. In July 2005, Luc Montagnier’s team discovered that new property of DNA: the induction of electromagnetic waves in water dilutions. As a matter of fact, water can serve as both the inductor and the template for the synthesis of specific DNA sequence by PCR . In December 2012, by using double-blind encoding protocol, the principle of DNA biological activity on aqueous systems electronic transmission was replicated by the molecular biology laboratory of the University of Benevento, Italy. By receiving a data transmission from Montagnier’s laboratory in Paris region, a new copy of original DNA was synthesized by PCR. The final result was validated and confirmed by a third independent laboratory (UNESCO): the original and the transduced DNA sequences were nearly completely identical . Incredibly small groups of atoms, much too small to display exact statistical laws, do play a dominating role and have control of the observable large-scale characteristics of organism functioning; and in all this very sharp and very strict biophysical and biological laws are displayed. They cannot be modelled by neither traditional nor more advanced statistical approach (Science 1.0 approach) alone . To grasp a more reliable representation of reality and to get stronger biological and physical system correlates, researchers and scientists need the courage to raise the traditional statistical veil. We need a new, fresh "Science 2.0" approach . To get stronger solution to advanced multiscale biophysics modelling problems, like clustered water characterization, biological activity of specific substances on aqueous systems modelling, etc., we have to look for convenient bottom-up modelling (from discrete to continuum, under the “discreteness hypothesis”) approach to start from first, and NOT the other way around. We need to extend our computational and systemic tools to overcome the information double-bind (IDB) dilemma first  and then to develop more effective and competitive modelling framework . New computational information conservation theory (CICT) can offer computational earth-shaking solution to it . A few examples are presented and discussed.  Montagnier L, Aissa J, Del Giudice E, Lavallee C, Tedeschi A and Vitiello G. DNA waves and water. Journal of Physics: Conferences Series, 306: 012007, 2011.  Water Memory (Documentary of 2014 about Nobel Prize laureate Luc Montagnier. Retrieved on July 26, 2016 from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8VyUsVOic0.  Fiorini RA, Arbitrary multi-scale (AMS) systems biology and biomedical engineering effective modeling and simulation, Int. J. Biol. Biomed. Eng., Vol. 10, pp. 61-71, 2016.  Fiorini RA, The Information Double Bind (IDB) Problem in Current Science, 15th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Informatics and Cognitive Computing, plenary panel, August 22-23, 2016, Stanford University, CA, USA.
|Titolo:||WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT LIFE IS NOT EVEN A DROP OF WATER!|
|Autori interni:||FIORINI, RODOLFO|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|
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