Physicists are well aware of the existence of energy fields which have properties which are not explained by the classical equations of Maxwell or Schrodinger. Experimental anomalies associated with “free energy” research may also involve non-classical energy fields, refered to here as quantum fields. Recent findings in biology indicate that certain biomolecules act as superconductors and biological systems in general exhibit non-local, global properties which are consistent with their ability to function at the quantum level. The possibilities that such anomalous behavior might be accounted for by the presence of endogenous quantum fields in biological systems has received little attention.
Experimental evidence is presented in this paper in support of this hypothesis. It has been previously proposed that quantum fields can be generated (in combination with potential fields) from self-canceling coils with unique winding geometries. These coils were used to demonstrate that quantum fields inhibit neurotransmitter uptake into nerve cells, stimulate the growth of human lymphocytes (white blood cells) and alter the absorption of UV light of water treated with quantum fields. In all cases, the quantum fields produced larger effects than clasical electromagnetic force fields. This new expeimental evidence is used as the basis for a model which introduces the concept of a bio-field composed of layers comprising force fields, potential fields and quantum fields embeded within one another. The model further proposes that healing information originates from a higher dimensional source and is transformed into biologically usable electromagnetic energy as it propagates through the layers of the bio-field.