Dr. Luc Montagnier

Dr. Montagnier was awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine as a result of his work identifying HIV as the cause of AIDS. 
Some of his more recent research showing that certain dilutions of bacterial and viral DNA sequences can emit low frequency electromagnetic waves. 
These electromagnetic signals carry information about the DNA.  Under certain conditions, the electromagnetic signals from a tube containing a highly diluted solution of DNA sequences can transmit information to a second tube containing only purified water, the original DNA sequence can be duplicated with 98-100% accuracy.


The results suggest that nanostructures comprised of water molecules are produced as a result of the EMS.

Dr Montagnier pointed out that the water in our bodies is comprised of nanostructures.

These nanostructures, which Dr Montagnier terms “naneons,” are destroyed by temperatures over 70°C, by
electromagnetic fields and by freezing.