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A womans egg

Discussion in 'Female Quantum Biology' started by shiran, Apr 17, 2018.

  1. shiran

    shiran Curious

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/drjackkruse/posts/?ref=notif
    This post is excellent for those who are not on Facebook and fits exactly here
    I have a question maybe 2--

    Assuming that a womans egg has been damaged over the years by a bad environment?
    Can a woman exposed to the correct light environment via the skin eye and gut ,
    who lives a life that supports her mitochondria , Improve the condition of her egg?
    Or once the egg is formed in the embryo, it remains the same untill it is fertilized.

    I would also like to know how is the egg affected by the light environment ?
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The germline is the egg. All germline cells exist in a state of suspended animation in a low oxygen environment. This means that when they are created in female embryos all the eggs are already made. Leptin controls the selection process after the embryo is born and so the original programming of the egg a woman becomes was begun in grandma. This is a huge time delay so the body has to use a way to update the system, like a USB mechanism. It uses light to do it. ELF-UV is produced by something very commonly found in the eggs as you'll soon find out. Light programs atoms and subatomic molecules to pass this information on. I am not sure why you need this explanation since it forms the basis of the April webinar of 2018 and QT#1 and QT #2.

    Why are women the fairer sex? They are the key light collectors used to reprogram stem cells and germline cells that are totipotent.
    Why would nature do this? The answer is transgenerational epigenetics. Women's version of meiosis in the germline is radically different than how it is on the male side of homo. This means they have to be built to be super light sensitive to pass the environmental data to their germline rapidly for rapid adjustment of their mitochondria to any changes in the environment. http://www.bbc.com/news/health-43782751

    When cells are in suspended animation they need their TCA and urea cycle disabled and they need their oxygen levels kept very low to limit proliferation. This means they use glucose and the PPP as a baseline. The glycolytic pathway is all that is need to survive.......the PPP is needed when the stimulus for fertilization comes from sperm post-coitus. When oxygen became more plentiful from the placenta then we have a de-gunking of the TCA and urea cycle and the business of morphogenesis begins using new biosynthetic pathways in most tissues. Some tissues, however, continue on using the older pathways because they are involved with light functions. This will be laid out very soon because the details matter.

    All disease states and aging show mitochondrial falls of NAD+ and pseudohypoxia. In pseudohypoxia, all cells had to be obligate glycolytic cells that used the PPP to grow. The key is that oxygen has to be low. What kept a lid on complexity in evolution and in modern nutritional states???? Oxygen use and the recycling of H+ in both the urea and TCA cycle freely. H+ from foods is how light information quanta is transferred to biomolecules. Before the TCA and urea cycle were coupled in mitochondria there were minimal information transfers of H+ or electrons. After the Pasteur point, oxygen no longer was the thermodynamic rate limiting atom in metabolism. People forget oxygen really slows prokaryotes metabolism down. This is why the use glycolysis and the PPP for biosynthesis. Then the TCA and urea cycle could be used to make more energy, but the more important part of the equation was a massive amplification of information transfers from light. There was one downside..........that will be the May 2018 webinar as it relates to OXYGEN.

    Michael Crawford writes, in chapter 2 of
    Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources:

    "The Precambrian era was occupied by prokaryote life. There was little change in the design of the life forms despite the 2.5 - billion - year time period offering ample opportunity for the rate of mutational change to provide for substantial modification. This 2.5 - billion -year stasis is powerful evidence for Darwin ’ s view that there were two forces in evolution:
    “ natural selection and conditions of existence. ” Of the two, he wrote, the latter was
    the most powerful. The absence of sufficient atmospheric oxygen tension was a new “condition of existence,” life had to deal with which did not permit advancement to more complex life forms. When the Pasteur point was breached at which point oxygen metabolizing systems became thermodynamically possible, all the current 32 phyla appeared in the fossil record with a remarkable suddenness. This Cambrian explosion is, therefore, clear evidence of the importance of Darwin's conditions of existence, and is consistent with the recent realization that the gene-centric obsession with evolution is misplaced in evolution (Crawford and Marsh, 1995 ); both the Precambrian stasis and the Cambrian explosion are clear and incontrovertible evidence of the power of the environment over gene mutations in affecting evolution." (page 14). Light and oxygen are key links in the dominance of Kreb's bicycle for complex life. It also shows you that glycolysis and the PPP are the metabolic pathways of older more immature cells. https://www.jackkruse.com/register/
     
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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The leptin melanocortin pathways controls fecundity. I said that years ago.........now your learning serious details of how it happens.
     
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