Within the human body, each and every cell registers an electrical charge across the membranes plasma. Each cells interior carries a negative charge, respective to the exterior charge. What this electrical charge is referred to as is the transmembrane potential. While the size of the transmembrane is different from cell to cell, in cells that are excitable (chargeable), it stands at -70 millivolts.
Cancer cells are proven to contain low amounts of energy or have reduced transmembrane potential as well as a low level of cellular energy production. The transmembrane potential in these cells is at -15 millivolts, indicative of low energy levels.
The cells that have low transmembrane potential at -15 millivolts divide into two separate cells. The reasoning for this is quite simple: as the energy level drops into life-threatening levels, the existence of the cell is threatened and at risk. The cell than begins to proliferate uncontrollably in an attempt to save itself.
As the cell continues to rapidly proliferate amongst these cancerous cells, the amount of energy that is produced within the cells is even further diminished. As one could imagine, the new cells that are formed have even further reduced levels of energy than the initial cancer cells. This is due mainly because the cancer cells begin to form in an area of the body which is already low in energy levels.
Researches have found a connection between mitochondria and cancer back in the 1930s. What was found was that in a state of cancer, the mitochondria become dysfunctional. From research done at the University of Alberta, cancer growth can be hindered by facilitating the production of energy within the mitochondria.
Early theories stated that once mitochondria are cancer ridden, they are permanently damaged and not treatable. Also, they believed that the mitochondrias inability to properly produce energy was due to cancer; they didnt identify the mitochondrias damage as being a cause for cancer growth.
Current research is now showing that when damaged mitochondria are restored, there is a reduction in tumor growth. This finding points to dysfunctional mitochondria being a direct causal factor in the growth of cancer. These conclusions have been confirmed in both test tubes and animal studies.
How scalar energy is able to diminish this condition is to raise the potential energy production of the cell, also know was the transmembrane potential. As a matter of fact, scalar energy is able to successfully raise the energy to its optimum level of -70 millivolts. With this raise in the energy level, the cancerous cells no longer feel threatened, and consequently, no longer proliferate uncontrollably in an attempt to ensure their survival. In turn, this may arrest the proliferation of cancer ridden cells.