Theoretical physicists have proposed an explanation for how bacteria might transmit electromagnetic signals: DNA could act like an antenna, with electrons traveling the circuit to produce species-specific wavelengths.

Theoretical physicists have proposed an explanation for how bacteria might transmit electromagnetic signals: DNA could act like an antenna, with electrons traveling the circuit to produce species-specific wavelengths. Wired

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