The interfaces between molecules and the interactions between cells involve very small energies (~10-20 J) and photon flux densities (~10-12 W•m-2) that ultimately control the dynamics and health of the human body. Within the environment there is an increment (± 3 nT) of weak magnetic field fluctuations whose energies within the volume of the human brain display the capacities to affect its properties through nuclear spins in neural membranes. There is a conservation of energy. Within the same volume when there are increases in photon flux densities from cells and human cerebrums there are decreases of interfacial geomagnetic field intensities within the nanoTesla range. The spectral power densities of the sequential quantifications of pseudopotentials of the amino acids that compose proteins and the nucleotides that construct DNA and RNA predict the functions of molecular pathways as electromagnetic resonances. They operate through these small energies, photon flux densities, and fluctuating magnetic fields. Whereas metabolic-level energies operate the mechanics of the multivariate molecular pathways for cell signaling the photon wavelengths predicted by the Cosic Resonant Recognition Model may be the templates and the initiators. The involvement of specific peaks of photon wavelengths that are the energetic equivalents of molecular structures containing intrinsic phase-modulations creates the conditions for excess correlations (“entanglement”) and potential non-locality within the total human environment. This alternative perspective may facilitate developments of different strategies and technologies for solving the challenges of global public health in the 21st century.
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