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Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Oct 28, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Literally, anybody with an internet connection can conclude that the Sun is incredibly healthy for you.
    Walk your little computer hands over to Google and type in “PubMed sunlight mortality.”
    Then be in awe of the scientifically verified support of getting out in the Sun.
    Here is the latest data to consider: Vitamin D and the sun lower inflammation. So a lack of sun raises inflammation and lowers your dopamine and ruins your mood pushing you to depression.
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Your skin and eyes are the photoreceptor organs that allow Sunlight to touch every cell in your body to optimize health! When you understand what this review is explaining, you will realize the importance of what I share. Light shapes life and health! https://academic.oup.com/endo/article/159/5/1992/4931051
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    What happens when sunlight hits a semiconductor? The light effect on a semiconductor is exactly similar to the heat effect on a semiconductor. When a small amount of external energy in the form of light is applied to the semiconductor, the valence electrons gain enough energy to break the bonding with the parent atom and they jump into the conduction band.

    The electrons in the conduction band are not attached to the parent atom. Hence, they move freely from one place to another place. The electrons that move freely from one place to another place in the conduction band are called free electrons. When the electron leaves the valence band and jumps into the conduction band, a vacancy is created at the electron position. This vacancy is called a hole. Thus, in semiconductors, both the free electrons and the holes are generated as pair at the same time.

    If the light energy applied on the semiconductor is further increased then even more number of free electrons is generated. This increase in the number of free electrons increases the current flow and decreases the resistance in the semiconductor. Thus, the electric current in the semiconductor increases with the increase in light energy. UV light is the most powerful part of the spectrum.

    In a semiconductor a very narrow energy gap separates the valence band from the conduction band. At some temperatures and with some higher applied levels of energy, semiconductors can conduct electricity.

    The basic process is starts when a photon is absorbed. The photon excites an electron to a higher energy conduction band or orbital. This allows the electron to be conducted from the n- type silicon layer and flow through the external circuit to the p-type layer. As the p-type layer becomes more negative (because of added electrons), the increased number of negative charges creates an internal repulsion. The repelling negative charges cause electrons to "jump" the gap internally back into the n-type layer (which has become positive due to loss of electrons via the circuit). This cycling of electrons can continue as long as the silicon layers are exposed to sunlight and the circuit is closed.
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    How do our semiconductors work with sunlight with our blood? The key seems to be red light in terrestrial light action on Magnesium inside of the matrix to control energy flux. How can I say this? Understanding the circuitry of the cell by studying it carefully.

    In life, I have had a sense for a long time that carbon-based semiconductors have used nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, and the transition metals as the key “doping atoms” inside of cells because they are found in all key proteins and in mitochondria and blood. Every cytochrome mouth has an iron-sulfur couple in them for a reason. Magnesium seems to be critical in their function as well. In fact, Becker found bone collagen is an N-type semiconductor and it is also piezoelectric. Piezoelectric materials are able to turn mechanical energy into electric energy. Recall that vibrations, oscillations, and solitons are a form of mechanical energy. I told you in Time 20 that the 100 Hz vibration was key in fat burning. In bone, the N-type junction is collagen and the P-type junction is apatite. All biologic semiconductors, that use a P and N junction also are fully capable of emitting light. Becker found bone was a light-emitting diode (LED). Becker discovered this in his experiments by looking at currents flowing “uphill”.

    This uphill current is called a reverse bias current. It is used to look for photoelectric effects in circuits. Many semiconductors absorb energy from light, and any current flowing through the material gets a boost. In these experiments Becker did on bone, just shining light on the bone elicited an increase in current. The light bone emitted was infrared. This makes sense when one considers that bone is surrounded by water, contains massive amounts of water, and its bone marrow is filled with blood plasma which is 93% water by volume. Becker knew most semiconductors absorb UV light and fluoresced as a result. The light semiconductors emitted was almost always a lower frequency so the finding that whole bone emitted infrared light intuitively told him bone had to absorb UV light. He found whole bone fluoresced bluish ivory, while collagen yielded an intense blue light, and apatite emitted a brick red color.

    Bone also has a dopant, two copper atoms, and these atoms rectify the Direct current. Rectifying a current gives it a direction. This makes the bone semiconductor circuit sensitive to the current’s direction. A current direction is critical in how light can or cannot be polarized. Sunlight is unpolarized and man-made light is polarized.

    How life uses this science: By doping carbon-based semiconductors with Group V elements like nitrogen and phosphorus, extra valence electrons are added that become unbonded from individual atoms and allow the compound to be an electrically conductive N-type semiconductor. This is why carbon-based collagen is the number one protein in all living cells and it is also why phosphorus is mission-critical in turning on and turning off physiologic pathways used inside of all living cells. This is also why Nature has put chlorophyll and hemoglobin put nitrogen next to carbon and transition metals.
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  5. Jack Kruse

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    Richard Feynman explains how trees come mainly from the air, not the ground, and how the light and heat of a log fire is actually light and heat from the sun captured in matter. It makes you realize we are beings of light to like the logs.
    "It's stored sun that's coming out when you burn a log."
  6. JanSz

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    Every time I see this pictures, the question comes to my mind.
    Mitochondrial life is partially supported by past, already expired plant life.
    Wood that is burned, coal, etc.
    In real-time, how many tons of plant life is need to support one ton of mitochondrial life?
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  7. Jack Kruse

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  8. JanSz

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    How much wood, coal, or oil one has to burn to heat a boiler that will support the electric generator
    able to deliver 1350 kWh/day?

    Creatures having mitochondria, use tremendous amounts of energy to stay alive.
    That energy comes from respiration.
    Not directly from sunlight.
    Energy from food or (real-time) (even equatorial) sunlight is a minute fraction of overall energy used by organism.

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  9. Jack Kruse

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    NEW TV SHOW OUT TODAY: What life are you waiting for? No one is born on third base. We all begin at home plate. Only you can decide if you want to grow through life or waste it. We either are blossoming or decaying. Let's keep watering the gardening and growing together. None of us were born to be a spectator, to be seated on the sidelines, to be a bench-warmer. None of us were placed on this Earth to settle for mediocre, to be just average, or to merely live a ho-hum existence in a cocoon. Growth is the intentional acceptance of our very own responsibility to become all that we are truly capable of. When we consistently stretch and expand our capacities; our own growth leads us from nominal to phenomenal! All the "spectator seats" are already taken in life. So consider getting in the game! Personal growth is self-leadership. Live, change, grow today. https://www.gaia.com/video/sun-full-spectrum-healing-jack-kruse
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  10. Well stated: "Personal growth is self-leadership. Live it, change it, grow it"
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  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Gates wants to block out the sun and vaccinate the world.
    Humans gather knowledge faster than wisdom. This is why they often toss aside the precaution principle when they are in data collection mode. This is true in vaccines and geoengineering. Gates' abilities have to be limited.
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  13. caroline

    caroline New Member

    if you ask Mr. Google ....who is the best doctor in the world? guess whose name comes up?
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  14. Richard Watson

    Richard Watson New Member

    Dr. Abdu is an Associate Professor of Orthopedics and of The Dartmouth Institute Medical Director at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
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  15. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray New Member

    1. Sunshine – The Vitamin D from sunshine combined with overall feelings of happiness when the sun does shine ultimately means that sunshine is fantastic for us. I know I prefer it when it’s sunny compared to pouring with rain!
    2. Water – For those of us fortunate enough to have a continuous supply of good drinking water on tap, we should definitely make the most of it. Mineral water is fine and some can really tell the taste difference (that will all be covered in another post) but either way drinking a good 2 or so litres of water a day helps you stay hydrated, clears out toxins, keeps energy levels up and generally keeps your insides in top top shape.
    3. Rest – These days we are all so busy so much of the time. I know I’m guilty of that. But the power of rest and recuperation is immense. Even when you have 101 things to do, taking just 20 minutes out for a power nap, or simply relaxing on the sofa with a cup of tea and a biscuit helps clear the mind, ensures you have a change of environment and can work wonders for creativity.
    4. Air – Proper fresh air is tasty. Admittedly, it doesn’t taste of much, but you sure notice the difference between dirty city air and clean, fresh country air. Our bodies need air to survive and crave it constantly. Humour your body by ensuring your get out in the fresh air as much as possible – once a day as an absolute minimum
    5. Exercise – An obvious one, but still overlooked by many, is exercise. The bi-polar laziness and hecticness of twenty first century life has led to westerners doing less exercise than they should. Anything is better than nothing, but in a similar vein to these other doctors, regular light exercise done safely pays dividends with your well being. Early morning exercise, in particular, has been discovered by many as the perfect way to set yourself up for a tough day ahead, as it leaves you feeling more energized and ready to face what the day throws at you.
    6. Diet – Last but by no means least is diet, which can make man, women or child the person they are. We’ve all heard of the expression “You are what you eat”. Balance is one of the most important aspects of any diet, with moderation a close second. If you ensure you get your 5 a day, plenty of protein, fibre and carbohydrates then you can afford to indulge now and then with no side affects.


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  16. Comparing notes:
    1. Sunshine - I love the feeling of the warm sun reaching in through my skin, touching gently & deeply, fully invited... https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?posts/290958

    I love the rain. It's negatively charged ion moister falling on my exposed skin. Tipping my head back, feeling its gentle touch, splashing off my cheeks; I let go of my concerns, let go of my anxieties, let it like the drops roll off my face, letting go...


    Water instructs us best in understanding why Nature designed molecular collaboration. It shows us that water is preoccupited with extensive self-association. Water clathrates pull its positive electrons in and stratifies out its negative electrons. Nature reveals both a push toward surface tension and a cohesive pull, creating a beautiful spherical form. This gives water properties for hydration and solubility, yet it can repell “almost hold at bay” molecules like lipid hydrocarbons, fatty acids, without losing its innate characteristics.

    We're are on this human journey together. Thus, we need each other to explain what we think we are seeing.
    With each of our perspectives of this beautiful jewel we call life. With hope, each of us maybe able to present our paradigm.
    Collectively, we may see better -> What, how & why light-water-magnetism functions within human cellular biology.

    A well practiced Rest & Recovery protocol must never be compromised.

    Clean pure air fully charged by the surrounding Nature -> breath intentionally deep, expanding your lower ribs outward, filling up as high into your chest as possible, then gently letting it go. There are two goals to breath work: 1) Oxygenation 2) Nitric Oxide. Oxidation occurs with techniques which employee strong deep inhale with a gentle exhale. Nitric Oxide occurs in the epithelia lining of your nasal system, when a slow inhale is released very slowly making a humming sound, then hold the bottom of the breath, feel your heart in your chest, relax into its rhythm, then gently slowly fully inhale and release again humming; carbon dioxide will accumulate within the epithelia lining of your nasal system and be coverted to nitric oxide.

    Exercise is fundamentally Piezoelectric force, where we charge up our batteries (muscle are electromagnetic capacitors). The best exercises are those you will do every day of you life. Strength exercise is the most important; consider "Continuous Variable Resistance".

    Diet & Nutrition - Women are not "little" men; most all "scientific" studies are on the guinea-pigs we call men; whose hormonal monthly cycle is non-existent; biologically, women are beautifully more complex than stupid men. Just ask any women why "he just doesn't get it". So since there are no studies, may I ask the question: If the woman's cycle has different needs at specific times within her cycle, shouldn't we plan for it? https://www.healthline.com/health/w...ing-how-to-start#four-phases-of-cycle-syncing

    What do we know about the nutritional needs at each step: follicular, ovulatory, luteal, menstration. <- Think about it.
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  17. Jack Kruse

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    Redox potential (voltage) is a measure of how easily a metal (or another ion) will give up electrons or retain electrons, not the likelihood for a specific oxidation or reduction reaction to occur. The chemical equations are written as half-reactions with the most reducing reactions, donating electrons, having an Eh value that is more negative and the most oxidizing reactions, receiving electrons, having an Eh value that is the more positive.
    A list of Standard electrode potentials for various reactions is given at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_electrode_potential_(data_page)
    This table illustrates that Eh values that are very negative, such as for lithium (Li, Eh = -3.04), are strong reducing agents, that is, electrons are given up quickly and the oxidation number becomes more positive. Lithium is used in mental disorders because it adds electrons back to the cellular environment because the person does not spend enough time in Nature building their redox potential from the sun. On the other end of the chart, fluoride (F, Eh = +2.87) is a strong oxidizing agent meaning that it takes electrons and the oxidation number becomes more negative. Giving a person with mental illness fluoridated chemicals is about the worse thing one can do because it dulls the electrical potential in the brain. Yet that is what every medicine used for depression does.
    More negative values indicate reducing reactions occurring (loss of electrons; more positive ion results) and oxidizing reactions (gain of electrons; more negative ion results). Higher Eh positive values suggest that reaction is more likely to occur spontaneously without the need for extra energy.
    The Eh value gives an indication of how likely a given redox reaction will occur. When the two equations are written in terms of electrons being donated or received the Eh value will indicate whether the reaction is likely to proceed.
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