Fertility and pH
Because all biological systems have ideal pH levels for most of the biological gels that are located inside of the biological system it is important to understand whether microwave can alter fertility based on pH alteration. pH alteration could lead to some of the symptoms of microwave injury by altering timing mechanisms. pH means the Power of Hydrogen 1 being highly acidic and 14 being considered base. A perfect water is in the middle neutral; rated a 7 and a chicken egg has a rating of 8. Neither is too acidic nor too base hence they are considered neutral.
Human semen also operates in this neutral range about 7 to 8 pH. What happens if human semen pH is altered? Low motility could be a possible outcome and low motility is typically one of the top symptoms of a microwave injury. Microwave injured veterans, especially males, have low fertility success and in some cases genotoxity which occurs when the broken DNA (ionization) is passed on to the children.
We are saying that pH alteration of biological gel may cause biomechanics processes to speed up or slow down depending on the pH rating. In Females, a vaginal pH would average at about 4pH to be ideal most of the time except during ovulation and then the pH level rises to neutral at about 7.5. Since we are not permitted to experiment on human beings we decided to us a simple egg suspended in water, since both water and the egg are neutral just like sperm and just like vaginal pH during occupation. Here is what we found.
First, any egg dropped into water will return roughly to the shape that it was in while inside of the shell. This process takes about four days using normal tap water. The egg forms scaffolding using the oxygen bubbles from the water to float the scaffolds to the surface. We see a similar type of float used in ocean kelp, and when the egg is reformed the oxygen floats either burst or are tugged downward and the scaffolding collapses leaving behind what look like a soft-boiled egg.
This discovery runs counter to chaos theory and depicts order from chaos and a gel memory which is something that researchers have been looking at for awhile. There are scientists that want to use biological gel to store computer memory. We say that memory is likely already stored in all biological gel and it shouldn't surprise anyone. Who has 100 years to time-lapse a giant redwood tree? No one. Yet the biological memory is stored in the redwood seed.
The memory is stored in the giant redwood the same as these eggs. This memory is not easily observable because it takes time. Fortunately with time-lapsed video we are beginning to see these hidden processes come to light. In this case, we discovered the egg formation time required four days of time-lapse. We sought to arrest the formation process using a chemical (sodium bisulfate) simulating hypoxia at 1pH and we sought to speed up the process of formation by simply using a microwave oven. The chemical halted formation by rapidly removing oxygen before scaffolding could occur. This is comparable to acid rain affecting biological systems in a lake. The halt process was immediate. Just to be sure; we observed the prevention of biological scaffolding over time. There was no movement.
Can male and female fertility be affected by microwave radiation, we know it through anecdotes but we wanted to try to observe the process. We believe so. While the result is not definitive we believe the result should encourage scientists to delve into microwave pH effects and specifically the biological mechanisms involved in possibly creating the fertility problem.