The Effect of Taheri Consciousness Fields on the ATP Production in HEK-293 Cell Line by Measuring Luciferase Activity

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Mohammad Ali Taheri
Sara Torabi
Farid Semsarha


Taheri Consciousness Fields , ATP, Cell mind, Entropy, Information, Luciferase , Water ionization


Various T-Consciousness Fields with different functions have been introduced by Mohammad Ali Taheri. Not only has the existence of these fields been investigated in the initial phase through various experiments, but also the empirical evidence of Mohammad Ali Taheri's theories, such as the existence of the mind in the matter, has been observed. This study aimed to explore the effect of Taheri Consciousness Fields (TCFs) 1, 2 and 3 in the production process of ATP or biological energy in the human cell lines. In this experiment, a human HEK 293 cell line was used in a cell culture medium at the 24th hour of growth. Then measuring the activity of the luciferase enzyme, the concentration of ATP in the sample under the influence TCFs and control was evaluated. The results showed that TCF 1, 2 and 3 resulted in a respective 5, 11 and 7-fold increase in the number of ATP molecules compared to the control. Due to the limited fuel cell resources as well as the brief one-hour treatment time with the TCFs, this increase in ATP levels could not be because of the normal biological pathway of cytosolic and mitochondrial glucose oxidation. Thus, there seems to be an alternative pathway. It is possible that the TCFs influenced the ionization of water molecules in the mitochondrial intermembrane space and led to more ATP production by maintaining the proton gradient. The factor that makes this possible is nothing but the existence of a kind of mind in the cells. According to Taheri, transmitted information through TCFs has been received by the mind of the cells and, as a result, has led to the ionization of water molecules in the mitochondrial intermembrane space. In conclusion, it seems that regardless of the biological system, under the influence of TCFs, there is an alternative way to increase ATP at the immediate time, which is associated with an increase in information and a decrease in entropy of the system.   

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