It appears that the energy required for DNA transcription is from the magnetic fields or waves, generated from the many areas of oscillation in the DNA itself. This oscillation energy in DNA is constantly active. This oscillation changes as the cells prepare to transcribe or replicate with supercoiling potentially giving extra energy. Oscillation varies depending on the complex biochemical interactions be they hydrogen oscillations, enzymatic oscillation such as RNA polymerase starting at a site of transcription or high frequency currents carrying waves along the DNA in forms like “bubbles” for additional EMW/EMF which can also effect ATP. Electrical charge oscillations govern protein DNA recognition. Additionally, non-histone proteins allow for other enzymes coming into play for influencing structural changes in DNA, allowing specific sections of the DNA to be available for transcription in an organized coding of DNA, avoiding nonsense coding errors.

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