A scientist, professor and renowned musical composer who has conducted at Carnegie Hall has discovered the ability of Oscillating Pulsed Electric Fields (OPEF) to destroy cancer cells and MRSA in laboratory experiments. His name is Anthony Holland, PhD, and he is the Associate Professor, Director of Music Technology at Skidmore College for 27 years, and President of Novobiotronics Inc.
Since early in his career, Dr. Holland has been interested in physics and acoustics. “Years ago I read a book [about] a frequency machine that was capable of destroying microorganisms if it was tuned to just the right frequency.” This made sense intuitively to Dr. Holland; each semester he taught his students to be careful about conditions that can create sound that travels at a particular wavelength, which can develop a “resonant frequency.”
Dr. Holland had audited courses on microbiology in the past. “I learned to use microscopes and to grow and safely keep bacteria—and later cancer cells—in an incubator.” Dr. Holland was able to gather the necessary electronic components and build a frequency machine. For fifteen months he ran test frequencies on harmless, easy-to-obtain microorganisms (paramecium and blepharisma). “I began to try different frequencies, and at first nothing happened.
Then I tried putting more than one frequency into the organism simultaneously.” Then a light bulb went on for Dr. Holland. “If I added one additional frequency, in a special relationship to the first frequency, I’d be creating more power and have a better chance at landing on the frequency necessary to change the organism,” Dr. Holland says. “When I added the eleventh harmonic, I looked through the microscope and discovered that the microorganism had shattered. It reminded me of how a crystal glass shatters when a soprano hits just the right note.”(1)
The anti-proliferative effect of amplitude-modulated frequencies appears to be probably due to the perturbation of the microtubule bundle and mitotic spindle during cell division. Because the axis of cell division is randomly oriented, only a fraction of the dividing cells is subject to optimal treatment by polarized electric field. Two perpendicular fields are to be 20% more effective than a single directional . Our special confined plasma antenna, called “phanotron”, coupled to an electronic device, overcomes this limitation since the plasma antenna acts as an isotropic and randomly polarised antenna.
Frequency specific, specially tuned, amplitude modulated radio frequency fields utilising the phanotron, showed dramatic disruptive effects on the morphology of human cancer cells in vitro, following the Pulsed Emission Field Treatment (PEFT) protocol defined in a recent book ( chapter 4.2.1, p. 81). Based on the phanotron model and on the results of the PEFT and Tumor Treating Fields (TTF) protocols, the present paper explains the destruction of the cancer cells by non thermal pulsed electric fields. (2)
Here is a recent video of Dr. Anthony Holland at the AntTEDx SkidmoreCollege explaining this innovative technology that may someday help hundreds of thousands of people with cancer.
1. (2009) “New Cancer Research Angle from a Surprising Source,” Jefferson Surgical Solutions: Vol. 4: Iss. 2, Article 7.
Available at: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/jss/vol4/iss2/7