Is the telomere the antenna that helps the DNA receive electromagnetic energy?

Telomeres are caps on the ends of chromozones. They act like aglets (like the tips of shoelaces), protecting the DNA from deterioration. However, do they have another function? Speculation: Telomeres act like antennas for the DNA. When the telomere is long and healthy, the antenna is an efficient receiver.... show more Telomeres are caps on the ends of chromozones. They act like aglets (like the tips of shoelaces), protecting the DNA from deterioration. However, do they have another function?


Speculation: Telomeres act like antennas for the DNA. When the telomere is long and healthy, the antenna is an efficient receiver. The DNA in the cells then receives electromagnetic energy (from the sun and other sources) at regular intervals, which helps to sustain it, maintaining density and cohesion. When it is short, the antenna is broken and electromagnetic energy is not efficiently received. This helps degrade the DNA, precipatating the aging process....


Any conjectures about this idea?


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