From David Wilcock’s new book, The Source Field Investigations:
“In 2007, a team of scientists from Russia, Germany, and Australia, led by Dr. V. N. Tsytovitch, discovered that ordinary dust arranged into DNA-like structures when suspended in a plasma full of charged particles – similar to the conditions we find in outer space.
“A computer model was built to simulate this environment, and no order or structure was expected – but the dust naturally formed into corkscrew-shaped helical structures. These DNA-like structures were attracted to each other. They would divide and form into two equal copies of the original, similar to the process of reproduction. They would change the structure of their neighbors by simply being near them. They also evolved into increasingly complex structures as the simulation continued.
“According to Tsytovich, ‘These complex, self-organized plasma structures exhibit all the necessary properties to qualify them as candidates for inorganic living matter…they are autonomous, they reproduce, and they evolve.'”