Between 1981-1987 I spent a lot of time trying to understand the mechanics of how environmental signals from the culture medium we actually controlling gene activity. Without a mechanism, it was only an observation and nothing that science could understand.
That’s when I understood the nature of quantum physics. I already understood the nature of the cell membrane and how it functioned. Armed with this information. I ended up at the Standford School of Medicine in Pathology and Dermatology. At Standford I had an opportunity to expand on those stem cell cultures and environmental influences and write a couple of publications on the nature of how the environment was controlling genes and the membrane was the actual brain of the cell and not the nucleus.