The Internet and Human Species

The Internet and Human Species

Internet and Species Modulation

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ( 2021-09-06 )

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Exposure to low level of electromagnetic fields of the internet induces the enzyme heme oxygenase in the brain. The deficiency of heme leads to induction of ALA synthase and porphyrin synthesis. Porphyrins can self organise to form supramolecular structures called as porphyrions. The porphyrions can form a template for the generation of RNA viroids, DNA viroids, prions and isoprenoid organism. These RNA viroids, DNA viroids, prions and isoprenoid organism can self organise to form magnetotactic nanoarchaea. The nanoarchaea contain magnetite and are capable of magnetoperception and quantal perception of low level EMF generated by internet exposure. The endosymbiotic magnetotactic archaea is capable of quantal perception and can modulate internet function just as the internet EMF fields can generate porphyrions and nanoarchaea in the brain modulating brain structure and function. The increased internet exposure related endosymbiotic magnetotactic nanoarchaeal growth and EMF perception can alter brain structure with atrophy of the prefrontal cortex and cerebellar hypertrophy. The decrease frontal lobe size and cerebellar hypertrophy leads to neanderthalisation of the brain.

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Ravikumar Kurup
Parameswara Achutha Kurup

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General Natural Sciences