William Brown is a molecular biologist based at the Institute for Bioregenesis Research at the University of Hawai’i in Manoa, Honolulu. His mentor, Dr Frederic Mercier, discovered an extracellular matrix protein complex within the brain that he named fractones, after the fractal patterns of the Mandelbrot set. Their research is focused on elucidating the primary role of fractones and other elements of the connective tissue network in creating neural plasticity, tissue architecture, bioregenesis and the stem cell niche. The Institute’s research is focused on the process of development and pattern formation within the organism and how that can be applied to regenerating damaged tissue and organs within humans. Brown conducts directed research into anything that can be considered strange, and he spends most of his time enjoying nature and music and becoming more aware of the inner source that connects each of us to the Infinite.
William's independent research has been focused on investigating the quantum mechanical nature of biological systems, which was largely inspired by the work of Dr. Mae Won Ho and her amazing book The Rainbow and The Worm – the Physics of Organisms. This has coincided to some degree with his academic research as he has been investigating the connective tissue and extracellular matrix, which William quickly realized forms a vast network that connects all 100 trillion cells of the body together in a coherent system capable of nonlocal communication through macroscopic entanglement of quantum superpositions. The most exciting aspect of these new insights is the use of resonant frequencies for modulating biomolecular functions, or what WIlliam calls bioactive frequency modulation. This has the capacity to not only ameliorate all diseases, but to prevent the formation of illness in the first place. It could even be used to reverse or stop the ageing process. The possibilities are very exciting.