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Aging is Not a Disease, Damn It!

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by Dennis Clark, Sep 27, 2020.

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Now you are talking watts and minutes of exposure.
    Two Firestorm 1060 + 1060 watts= 2120 watts use it for 20 minutes daily

    But I already have one INFERNO 1400 watts and thinking of hours of exposure
    because it will be hanging next to my desk, by which I am sitting for hours daily.
    I have no problem sitting naked by my desk.


  2. Would they consider selling you an additional Inferno at a discount?
    Than you could stand at your desk all day and get 1400 watts coming at you from both sides.
    I don't sit, expect for dinner.

    My friend, who has a set of three Firestorms, gets 3180 watts per side rather than 1400 watts per side, which is what you're getting from an Inferno.

    You can test to see if your Inferno produces enough energy to metabolize melatonin in you. A melatonin blood serum test should give you that value.
    Last edited: Feb 27, 2023
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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Jan one is enough.
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  4. I believe Dr. @Jack Kruse is on the right track in his post in April 16th 2017 (a post just above) https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/uva-vs-uvb-the-tanning-salon.18951/#post-319794

    He stated, "Light transforms into vibrations and geometry is all about the science of vibrations.

    What makes a vibration in a lattice in physics? Light does. Light always becomes a vibration in a liquid crystal first. So this is a clue why the major coherent frequency in the brain is at 40 Hz and why a mitochondrion needs to vibrate at 100 Hz to fat burn. The MCU calcium micropore is the key to the transformation of light to vibration. Involves some atoms in Groups 2-4. It also tells us that a Warburg shift occurs when the mitochondria cannot vibrate at this range due to the stretched-out respiratory proteins where light energy is harvested by NAD+/NADH couple at 340nm. NAD+ drops = hypoxia. This is why a Warburg shift reverts to glycolysis alone. Fat burning (TCA) requires coherence because of the link to proton tunneling of the enzymes in the TCA = coherence links all mitochondrion in tissue via hydrogen bonding networks in water.

    It is not a function of the fuel we give mitochondria. It is a function of how light energy is transformed into a physio-mechanical vibration in the mitochondria by semiconductive proteins. This is why Volkow and Frey both found nnEMF always leads to glucose redox shift. nnEMF alters VGCC to start the process by altering the flows of Group 2-4 elements that dope the semiconductors in mitochondria. For example, the Q cycle cuts that light energy up into the optical window frequencies (600-1400nm) which is the absorption spectrum of cytochrome c oxidase. Light changes oscillation patterns in proteins. That optimizes ATP production without the need for massive electrons to do it. When the respiratory proteins are stretched out the deli slicer between cytochrome 1 and 2 does not make IR light in the 600-1400 nm optical window. Heme proteins in cells and melanin in our neuroectoderm are destroyed, as a consequence."

    Our question is concerning the metabolic potential of melatonin within the mitochondria when stimulated by IR light. Specifically, how many joules per cm squared at what distance from the body for how long?

    We have hundreds of entries now in https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/1900-links-for-pbm-studies.26673/; however, none of them answer the above question. We need experiential evidence.

    I don't have the funds for that...
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The question has no face validity because the answer is not in melatonin. If you are using IR-A only the goal is to stay below the biphasic response of the tissue. The tissue for everyone is different. For example, what is in what is doping it? That was covered in detail in QT#26 and in the comments.

    So the question shows you're missing the larger story. Hopefully the current blog and next one clear it up
  6. The purpose of the question is to build out a complete answer. We know it takes more the just IR light, skin type, redox quotient, etc <- This includes Thermal-dynamics of the human tissues. Its consideration must be calculated into the explanation; because we know it is a critical factor in natural IR spectra.

    Thank you for the dialog
    Last edited: Feb 27, 2023
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    John the answers were given long ago. You did not assimilate the lessons. You just bitch and moan and continue to go down the wrong roads. You are tiring.
    The answer is on my QT #26 blog. The comments really nail it. Adding sunlight to cell water or cooling alters its dielectric constant to rise from 78 to 160. When you change the dielectric constant of a substance you change its optical refraction for light


    ^^^pic is over ten yrs old but you keep posting shit.
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  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Light and cooling change the charge density of things. The QT series was about how light does it. The CT series was how cooling does it.
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  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Vermont 2018 is a lesson you still do not understand. That is 100% guarrantee
  10. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Thank you.
    How many hours/day to keep it on?

  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    as long as you want at your age
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  12. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

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    JanSz Gold

  14. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    I've seen a few of Andrew Huberman's videos, glad he's in contact with Jack now. Should get interesting :)

    With this one the things that jumped out for me was alkaline water and the aquaporins ... and hydrogen rich water and DDW having higher levels of pH. Does your DDW water show the pH?
  15. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    DDW Deuterium Depleted Water | 25 HydroHealth (extralightwater.com)

    The label on the bottle does not lists PH.
    Possibly it is listed someplace on their website.
    IIRC, when they stopped selling Qlarivia and changed to their current supplier they had send me their test results which I posted.

    How to make DDW, do you buy this 50ppm #?

  16. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    For the silica I've used volvic in the past, do it occasionally now for aluminium removal but its a pH of 7. Fiji is better at 7.6 but not as widely available. Mostly been using a spring water that has a pH of 7.8, and San Pellegrino at 7.7.

    Haven't found the pH on the extralightwater website, and the Qlarivia website says "QLARIVIA has a balanced, slightly basic pH" which if drunk neat doesn't seem to take advantage of the pH angle, but cutting a low ppm DDW with a higher pH water might be interesting.:)
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