In order to investigate what Wave Genetics is and what it offers to the scientific community, I decided to look it up:
"Wave Genetics has shown that genetic traits can be changed, activated and disactivated by use of resonant waves, beamed at the DNA. The proponents of Wave Genetics have, through well-designed and implemented double-blind experiments, physically and clinically, repeatedly proven the ability of Wave Genetics technology to regrow vital internal organs, in vivo, without the requirement of difficult, dangerous and expensive surgical procedures. (...) In particular, we have found it possible to regenerate endocrine glands in animals. By the same means, we have significantly curbed the aging process in human cells and even grown new adult human teeth in individuals who had lost them."
The severe lack of references in the article led me to Google Scholar.
Articles concerning Quantum Intelligent Design and Wave Genetics are published in a journal called DNA Decipher Journal, which is edited by (mostly) the same people and written by (mostly) the same people.
Since the journal started in 2011, I wanted to check its impact factor.
It turns out that DNA Decipher Journal is not listed in the ISI Web of Knowledge and does not yield citations in CiteSeerX (it does not even have a Wikipedia entry). Furthermore, the articles are not listed in the databases JSTOR and ScienceDirect.
The results of my search are explained by Robert N. Boyd in a letter to the Russian Academy of Science:
"The recent suppressive dismantling of a hugely promising set of physically proved results in Genetics Research, which meet Popp's Criteria, called "Wave Genetics", by Krugliakov and the "Group to Combat Pseudoscience in Russia", is certainly not due to any proper scientific method. This group's agenda is highly questionable, and is certainly not in the best interests of Science, nor are these suppressive behaviors in the best interests of Life and Humanity."
Wave Genetics - Holographic Archetypes, by Iona Miller, 2013
Wave Genetics Research Targeted by Russian Academy 'Skeptics' - La Leva di Archimede (ENG)