Weather & Genetics

For any gene to be associated with the two structures of the small compound, it would need to have association with each of the structures main components.

We used GeneCards™, GeneCards to download all the genes associated with each of the seven main components. In total there were over 5,000 genes. After colour coding each of the components arrays of genes, we the sorted the total alphabetically.

We found 1,000 genes (Weather Genes), ~4% of total human genes, which had the potential to be associated with the two structures of the small compound. The next step was to analyse gene arrays of key life functions to see if there was any association with Weather Genes:

  • Metabolism
  • Growth
  • Homeostasis
  • Immune response
Weather & Genetics

Table 1 shows the percentage of Weather Genes associated with Key Life Functions of metabolism, growth, homeostasis and immune response

These results were exciting, which justified further research. Bearing in mind homeostasis is essential to maintain a balanced body/brain and an immune response system is vital to correct occurrence of mutations, diseases and disorders:. we decided to analyse Weather Genes and their associations with the World Health Organisation (WHO) global top 10 deadliest diseases (heart disease and stroke were added together) and over 100 drugs used to treat those diseases. N.B. the genes in the following charts Weather Genes are called Q-genes, as we believed the trigger was a specific change of wavelength between ultraviolet and infrared radiation, wave/particle duality and hence a quantum effect.

Fig 1&2 Heart Disease/Stroke

Figs 3&4 10 Cancers

Figs 5&6 3 Dementia Diseases

Figs 7&8 Diabetes

Figs 9&10 COPD

Figs 11&12 Tuberculosis

Figs 13&14 HIV/AIDS

Figs 15&16 Diarrheal Disease

Figs 17&18 Lower Respiratory Infection

Figs 1-18 percentage of Q-Genes associated with WHO top 10 diseases and drugs used to treat them

Analysis results:

Our research showed two attributes:

  • Most diseases had less Q-Genes than non-Q-Genes: the exceptions being HIV/AIDS (figs 13&14) and diarrheal disease (figs 15&16)
  • There were considerably more Q-Genes associated with the drugs used to treat the diseases than the diseases themselves

From these findings, two questions arise:

  • Are the Q-Genes associated with the diseases their natural immune genes but not working properly?
  • Are drug developers/manufacturers trying to emulate Q-Genes?


We believe the Non-Q-Genes found associated with the diseases are mutations, and the Q-Genes are the diseases immune response genes. Diseases are caused by mutations out of control due to their immune response genes being unable to repair. Through better understanding of Q-Genes and Non-Q-Genes drug developers will be in a stronger position to develop more effective drugs.

A further study looked at Q-Genes associations with 100 plants (leaves, tubers, oil extracts etc) used in Chinese Medicine.

Chinese Medicine & Food

On analysis of 100 different plants used in Chinese medicine, the results showed a high level of association with Q-Genes with an average of 89.0%.

Looking further into the missing 11% of genes, we analysed food products from a Chinese restaurant menu excluding the vegetables which we had analysed previously. Interestingly the missing Q-Genes where found in beef, pork, chicken and some seafood. This seems to suggest an omnivorous diet is crucial to maintain homeostasis and a healthy immune system.

Weather & Genetics

Fig 19 percentage of total Q-Genes associate with 100 plants used in Chines Medicine

Global Top Selling Drugs (2018)

Next, we analysed the world's 100 top selling drugs and their association between Q-Genes and non-Q-Genes, with the following results;Figure 20 shows newer drugs to market have higher association with Q-Genes.

It appears Q-Genes are significant players in the immune response system. As well as metabolism, growth, and homeostasis.

Weather & Genetics

Fig 20 percentage of Q-Genes associated with 100 top selling drugs globally


Analysis of Q-Genes shows there is a strong association with metabolism, growth, homeostasis, immune response and plants used in Chinese medicines. Drugs used to treat diseases show consistently higher percentages of Q-Genes than the diseases themselves. Newer drugs have increased associations with Q-Genes to 76%.

We believe Q-Genes are important in the development of new, more effective drugs to treat diseases. Our research on Chinese medicines and foods show where the genetic products can be sourced.

With gene-readers becoming more accessible, it opens up the possibility of having individual genome analysis conducted and then using Q-Genes therapy to combat mutations, diseases, and disorders.

Using the latest research papers, journal articles, and on-line discussions in blogs, gene arrays for the seven major components of the small compound are updated twice a year, producing the latest array of Q-Genes.

We have developed a Well-Being Index. It is based on the physiological unconscious balance of homeostasis and the psychological (conscious) balance of emotion, both of which are controlled by the small compound and the release of the two different hormones in the mitochondria of all human cells,