Investigating the effect of a Consciousness Field on the Behavior of Biomimetic Micellar Supramolecular Models

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Sara Torabi, Noushin Nabavi, Farid Semsarha
Publication date Apr 17, 2022
Journal Journal of Cosmointel
Volume cover_issue_8_en_US Vol. 1 No. 7
Pages 16 to 24
Publisher Cosmointel Inc.


Supramolecular bio-mimicry models are aggregates of chemical components that have the ability to mimic the function of biological molecules. There are many applications for bio-mimicry models in industry and other fields of research. For instance, the construction of bio-mimicry models in industry can aid make biological equivalents that are resistant to harsh environmental conditions. In basic biology, bio-mimicry models can help investigate vital behaviors and life-beginning forms. The effects of Consciousness Fields (CFs) on different levels of life in living systems and non-living components such as metal elements have been studied and confirmed prior to this study. In this study, we investigated the effect of a CF on biomimetic models, as chemical structures with biologic-like behaviors, with the aim of understanding how vital behaviors are formed from basic chemical components giving rise to life. In this way, the effect of a type of CF, named CF (A), on the structure and function of biomimetic micellar supramolecular models mimicking enzyme behaviors was investigated. To mimic the behavior of heme proteins such as horseradish peroxidase enzyme, this model was contained sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) micelles body with histidinate hematin in its core. The results showed that CF (A) does not change the chemical structure of the built-in biomimetic models. However, the predominant population of the sample model was observed to have smaller particle size unlike untreated control. Additionally, the catalytic activity of the biomimetic sample model had 8% increase in catalytic efficiency which resembled the performance of the natural enzyme better than untreated control. Moreover, zeta potential, conductivity and mobility of the sample model under influence of CF (A) was changed between 40%-45% in comparison with untreated control. In conclusion, according to the results of the present study, the CF (A) treatment makes the micellar supramolecular biomimetic model more stable and more resembles the structure and function of the colloidal solution with the biological molecules of living organisms.

Keywords: biomimetic; supramolecular structure; peroxidase; micelle

Citation:Taheri, M. A., Torabi, S., Nabavi, N., & Semsarha, F. (2022). Investigating the effect of Taheri Consciousness Field A on the Behavior of Biomimetic Micellar Supramolecular Models. Journal of Cosmointel1(7), 16–24. Retrieved from