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February 2018 Newsletter
Bringing more information about this ever-evolving
subject of Biophoton Light!
Biophoton Communication: Can Cells Talk Using Light?
A growing body of evidence suggests that the molecular machinery of life emits and absorb photons. Now one biologist has evidence that this light is a new form of cellular communication.
One of the more curious backwaters of biology is the study of biophotons: optical or ultraviolet photons emitted by living cells in a way that is distinct from conventional bioluminescence.
Nobody is quite sure how cells produce biophotons but the latest thinking is that various molecular processes can emit photons and that these are transported to the cell surface by energy carrying excitons. A similar process carries the energy from photons across giant protein matrices during photosynthesis.... Read More MIT Technology Review
It has been scientifically proven that every cell in the body emits more than 100,000 light impulses or photons per second. These light emissions, which are not only emitted by humans but by all living things, are called biophotons and have been found to be the steering mechanism behind all biochemical reactions. ... Read More Biontology.com
Biophotons - healing Light Waves from Raw Food
Biophotons are light waves emitted from the cells of most living creatures.
Plants or parts of plants take in photons from the Sun, store them and turn them into biophotons. Interaction between light and biological material is researched by biophotonics. Once seen as quackery, biophotonics is today widely accepted in scientific and academic circles. Followers of biophotonic theory believe that food rich in biophotons has energizing and healing properties . Read More.
Biophotons: The Light in Our Cells
There are trillions of cells that make up your body. For the moment I want you to think about just one. That one cell is incredibly busy. In just the last second there were over 100,000 chemical reactions that occurred in this cell. Now, step back and consider your body as a whole. The sheer volume of activity happening inside you at any given moment is almost incomprehensible. With so much information being processed all at once, it’s fair to ask how it all works....
In the 1970s Fritz Popp and a team of researchers at the University of Marburg started doing work with biophotons. Biophotons are considered ultra-weak photo emissions (UPEs). Popp’s work has transformed our understanding of biophotons and the role they play. At one point biophotons were considered byproducts of chemical reactions within our DNA. We now know that the biphotons emitted from our cells are highly coherent energy that may be responsible for the operation of our biological systems.
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