University of Arizona researchers kill viruses with frequencies

Vibrational Medicine: Scientists Kill Viruses by Blasting them with Resonant Frequencies
Thursday, August 14, 2008 by: David Gutierrez

(NaturalNews) Physicists at Arizona State University say they have developed a method to calculate the exact frequency that it would take to shake a virus to death, according to an article published in the journal Physical Review Letters.

Researchers have discovered that when viruses are bombarded with laser pulses of the right frequency, they shake apart. This arises from an inherent characteristic of all objects called a “resonant frequency,” which is the frequency at which an object naturally vibrates.

Resonant frequencies are the key to stringed instruments, in which a string of a certain material, thickness and length has a resonant frequency that produces a specific musical note. But resonant frequencies can also cause objects to shake so uncontrollably that their stability is undermined, as when a wind shook the Tacoma Narrows Bridge at its resonant frequency in 1940, causing it to collapse.

Because the shell of a single virus can contain millions of atoms, it is difficult to calculate a given virus’ resonant frequency except by trial and error. But in the current study, researchers successfully calculated the resonant frequency of a simple satellite tobacco necrosis virus. The next step for the researchers is to determine if the same technique will work for other, more complex viruses.


  • Stefan Posted October 11, 2008 3:12 pm

    We all stand in AWE! What a ground breaking discovery.

  • Diana Wilson Posted October 23, 2008 11:28 pm

    I’ve known about resonant frequencies for every kind of tissue based on its density and molecular structure. I learned this from a friend who did the first research on lasers. At that time, he had great hopes that such lasers would be used to kill cavities inside of teeth, so that drilling would never be necessary. Lasers “tuned” to the molecularity of warts, tumors, and even cancer was envisioned. What happened? Your article now states that frequencies can kill viruses. As far as I know, this kind of research dates back to more than 20 years ago. Why have we not seen “resonant” therapies proliferate. Diana Wilson PhD

  • Jeff Sutherland Posted October 23, 2008 11:37 pm

    The University of Arizona posting is tongue in cheek. Many of us have been eliminating viruses with frequencies for over a decade. University research lags far behind practice. This is largely due to lack of funding and harassment by the FDA and drug companies. For example, when I told a physician leader at one of the world’s most well know foundations dedicated to wiping out malaria that thie could easily be achieved with a frequency set and suggested they try a pilot project, he turned white, looked very scared, and said they would lose all their many millions of dollars of funding if they did even a small pilot project using a frequency device. So government agencies have clearly told physicians they will lose their jobs if they do research in the wrong areas.

    The one unique thing that the University of Arizona claimed is that they could figure out the frequencies to use to kill a virus. This is a first for a University research group in my experience. However, I doubt that they have the frequencies to fully remove a virus from the human system as it requires a complex frequency set of a couple of dozen frequencies.

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