Experimental Demonstration That Aharanov-Bohm Phase Shift Voltages In Optical Coupler Circuits of Tuned Patterned Magnetic Fields Is Critical for Inhibition of Malignant Cell Growth


  • Lukasz M. Karbowski Laurentian University
  • Nirosha J Murugan Laurentian University
  • Robert M Lafrenie Laurentian University
  • Michael A Persinger Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada P3E 2C6




Phase shift, Aharanov-Bohm effect, 10-20 J, optocoupler circuits, bioquantum effects, anti-cancer effects, cell culture, melanoma cells, malignant growth, magnetic fields


The physical processes by which specific point duration magnetic fields affect aberrant expressions of living matter may involve non-classical mechanisms.The Aharanov-Bohm voltage for a quantum of energy that is convergent with the quotient of the protons magnetic moment to its charge multiplied by the viscosity of water at homeostatic temperatures applied across the distance of O-H bonds in conjunction with its phase modulation is about ±4.3 V. Application of frequency shifting, temporally-patterned magnetic fields produced by 3 ms point durations at average intensities of ~28 mG (that are equivalent to Nernst thresholds for plasma membranes) generated through optocoupler light emitting diodes produced the strongest inhibition of malignant cells growth when the pre-coupler value for the circuit maintenance was ±4.3 V compared to increments of voltage below or above this value. Spatial expansion of the effective zone for growth diminishment also occurred with this pre-voltage level. These results indicate that phase modulation of the electrons mediating cellular molecular pathways may be central to the etiology and potential treatment of malignant cells but not for normal cells dynamics. Consideration of quantum effects rather than classical electromagnetic theory may be a more effective strategy for impeding the physical bases for the molecular pathways that define malignant cells.


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Author Biographies

Lukasz M. Karbowski, Laurentian University

Lukasz M. Karbowski, Ph.D., ABD, is a Research Associate in the Quantum Biomolecular Sciences Laboratory at Laurentian University. He is affiliated with the Neuroscience Research Group whose primary goal is to discern the quantitative parallels between dynamic cellular processes and fundamental physics. Professor Karbowski’s primary expertise is in developing new technologies and circuits that facilitate the measurement of proton and electron mediated phenomena within molecular pathways and organs. He was the first to demonstrate that daily oral melatonin supplements prevented the reduction of neuronal numbers in the right prefrontal cortices of aging rodents. He has shown malignant cells exhibit reversible dormancy for weeks at room temperature,  planaria dissolve when exposed to combinations of resonant magnetic fields, and the capacity for water in cells to re-emit specific photon wavelengths that were applied an hour earlier when conjoined with pulsed magnetic fields. His career interest is to experimentally extend Miller’s abiogenesis experiments by applying complex magnetic fields superimposed on Schumann wavelengths to preCambrian atmospheres.

Nirosha J Murugan, Laurentian University

Nirosha J. Murugan, Ph.D., ABD, is a Research Associate in the Biophoton and Quantum Molecular Biology Laboratory at Laurentian University. Her work in bioelectromagnetism demonstrates that patterned electromagnetic fields can dissolve “immortal†flatworms, a finding which has developed into targeted cancer therapies. As a consequence of her experimental validation of Cosic’s Resonant Recognition Model (RRM), she has produced a series of (light) wavelength-dependent effects upon biomolecular pathways within virulent (Ebola) and malignant (melanoma/breast cancer) systems. Recently, she and her colleagues have identified quantitative relationships between ambient pH and biophoton emissions associated with cellular communication systems which will guide further experiments using applied electromagnetic effects to target and  “dissolve†cancer cells. Her career interest is to relate the physical and chemical properties of biomolecular pathways to the specific patterns of light-band electromagnetic fields.

Robert M Lafrenie, Laurentian University

Robert M. Lafrenie, Ph.D. is a cell biologist working to understand the etiology of cancer and to develop potential anti-cancer therapeutics. He is a Professor in the Biomolecular Sciences and Behavioural Neuroscience Programs at Laurentian University.  His research involves studies on the role of cell adhesion in cell differentiation, assessing the impact of various genetic biomarkers on cancer prognosis, and evaluating alternate therapeutics for their efficacy against cancer.  Recent work has been directed to evaluating the underlying mechanisms of how exposure to a specific electromagnetic field can inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Dr Lafrenie received a Bachelor’s degree from theUniversity ofBritish Columbia and Master’s and Doctorate degrees fromMcMasterUniversity.  He was a visiting fellow at the National Institute of Dental Health at the National Institutes of Health inBethesda,Maryland.  He has been an investigator at the Regional Cancer Centre and Health Sciences North in Sudbury since 1997. 

Michael A Persinger, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada P3E 2C6

 Michael A. Persinger, Ph.D. is a Full Professor at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. He is affiliated with a number of different programs including Biomolecular Sciences, Behavioural Neuroscience and Human Studies as well as the Quantum Molecular Biology Laboratory where he is examining the relationship between 10-20 J events within the brain and complex functions. Dr. Persinger and his colleagues have experimentally demonstrated the validity of Cosic’s Molecular Resonance Recognition Model, Bokkon’s Cerebral Photon Field Hypothesis and the efficacy of proton driving patterned magnetic fields that inhibit the growth of cancer cells but not normal cells. He is an interdisciplinary scientist whose primary goal is to integrate the physical sciences, social sciences and humanities according to their fundamental operations. Within the last 50 years he has published more than 500 technical articles in variety of areas that range from Astronomy to Zoology. His present experiments are focused upon understanding the relationship between the structure of space and distribution of energy, the shared dimensional equivalence of quantized gravitational and electromagnetic fields, and the empirical demonstration of an intrinsic entanglement velocity.




How to Cite

Karbowski, L. M., Murugan, N. J., Lafrenie, R. M., & Persinger, M. A. (2016). Experimental Demonstration That Aharanov-Bohm Phase Shift Voltages In Optical Coupler Circuits of Tuned Patterned Magnetic Fields Is Critical for Inhibition of Malignant Cell Growth. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN PHYSICS, 11(7), 3557–3563. https://doi.org/10.24297/jap.v11i5.335




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