Resonance and Biological Form

Science has yet to resolve the mystery of a living being’s self-assembly into intricate patterns of form and function. Three-dimensional cell and tissue patterns in developing flower buds indicate a developing plant organ can act as a cavity resonator, self-creating a spatially patterned force field called a resonant mode. The biological form may self-excite its own cavity resonances through mechanical vibrations or bioelectrical excitations.

Vector resonances like the one shown at left are capable of guiding biological development by supplying individual cells with information in the form of the strength and direction of action of a force such as a mechanical stress or electric field. The force field of a resonant mode can thereby influence cells by influencing cell shape, specifying the direction of cell division and growth, altering genetic expression in relation to field type and strength, and other cell behaviours.

Remarkably, the three dimensional architectures of developing flower buds show striking parallels with resonance patterns formed by physical vibration or electromagnetic energy.

Nested resonances in newly forming tissues and organs can generate the very intricate, hierarchical pattering seen in real organisms.

Other natural systems known to show pattering through global physical resonance are water-drop lasers and the Schumann resonances of our planet Earth. Living energy resonance provides new insights into our understanding of biological development and morphogenetic fields, life energy, and the nature of living forms in evolution.

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