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Atherosclerosis and the Tensegrity 7 blog.

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Jul 18, 2015.

  1. Jack Kruse

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    Then realize that hemoglobin and the arterial tree are designed to have the same spectral frequencies to red light. So this begs the question what happens when the optical density of hemoglobin and the arterial walls change with respect to each other? We call this change a change in the optical density of tissues. This fundamentally changes how both tissues can interact with sunlight just below the skin's surface.

    This is very similar to how a leaf controls its photosynthetic capacity in plants.

    When the optical density of arteries change in relation to hemoglobin, we can observe a frequency shift in the arterial wall and this leads to a faster ubiquitin marking in the vessel and it ages faster. As it ages its interaction with light changes by inducing a frequency shift in the light it will interact with. The result is a lack of cholesterol sulfate in the vessel wall, in the plasma of blood and in the collagen of the skin. What occurs when light undergoes a frequency shift? It gains weight.

    Your head ages faster than your body by evolutionary design because the SCN has to run faster normally than the peripheral tissue clocks. This is why light actually gains weight as it falls to Earth because of a frequency shift in light as it falls to something with gravity. When sulfated cholesterol is missing in your arteries there is also a spectral shift in the arteries that simulates a faster aging luminal wall because the artery also undergoes a frequency shift as the sulfated cholesterol is missed. In essence, your arterial tree begins to age faster than other tissues because of this altered light tissue interaction. The frequency shift in arteries is due to a change in the optical density of the tissues in arteries. All tissues built from DNA have specific optical densities to light. Tissues can transmit light, reflect it, absorb it, refract it, or scatter it. We have learned this lesson in laser surgery. All surgeons have learned that absorption and scattering coefficients may change during laser exposure. Biology, however, has not thought how these very fundamental interactions might cause atherosclerosis on a chronic slow time scale when over decades sulfation is altered in the skin, blood and arteries.

    Despite a vast literature, atherosclerosis and the associated ischemia/reperfusion injuries remain today in many ways a mystery. Why do atheromatous plaques make and store a supply of cholesterol and sulfate within the major arteries supplying the heart?

    Might atherosclerosis best be explained as being due to cholesterol sulfate deficiency that alters optical density of tissues to interact with sunlight? Did you know that atheromatous plaques replenish the supply of cholesterol and sulfate to the microvasculature, by exploiting superoxide to derive sulfate from homocysteine and other sulfur sources. Recall from Ubi 6 that in T2D superoxide is all but missing. If you read the thread on this forum about carotenoids you will see in detail how superoxide is made. Not all superoxide is equivalent because there is a dangerous singlet version and a non dangerous triplet version. Might the balance of superoxide type be dependent upon the optical density of the skin, plasma, and arterial wall to cause atherosclerosis fundamentally?

    In my opinion, yes. It seems now others are also seeing what I see. Read on.

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  2. Jack Kruse

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    With time it will be proven surface chemistry of the skin and gut is more important than biochemistry for humans.
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  3. YES!!!!!
    I even thought she might have been reading your blog!!! lol:D
  4. Jack Kruse

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    All disease is mainly a by-product of the evolutionary process of how light and tissues interact with light because most current diseases where advantageous in a previously lit environment
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    When you remedy your light deficiencies, your tissue optical merits will take care of themselves by their innate design.
  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Life's grand illusion is believing what you were taught is bulletproof. Growing up is losing this illusion, in order to acquire a new one. You're always free to change your mind and choose a different future, or a different past. Choose wisely before you decide was your old idea correct or is a new idea fundamental to how life might operate?
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  7. I mean Dr Stephanie Seneff, the author
  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Response and control mechanisms are linked normally in wellness, but not always coupled properly in nature. When the coupling is missing disease usually ensues. I have a sense this is what happens in atherosclerosis. Messages from nature to our cells must be delivered optimally using light and tissue interactions. This is why our genome is designed to respond to environmental signals, not control them. In nature atoms are coupled to light to control responses. To believe in omnipontent power of genes supports lazy comfort and ignorance in people. When the message from outside in is jumbled, inflammation and poor redox results and diseases manifest. The environment's message is given, and it's never designed to be the same in this framework. Just as person will never give a message that everybody will agree with. So the receiver has to be able to decipher the code. I know that even my most faithful readers will never agree 100% with what I say. Nor should they because their environmental canvas is not the same as my own. The easiest way to control people to be passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum. I have a sense this is why nature controls the light spectrum in us to maintain order of our proteins in a narrow signaling range. When you live in a microwaved blue lit world sulfation of the skin, eye, gut, and cholesterol are altered causing many problems.
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  9. Jack Kruse

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    Being able to decipher light's frequency in food and in light we allow these tissues to sense, via the skin and eye all must be yoked to make sense of the world we live in.........when those signals are un-yoked neolithic disease manifests...........it all ties back to light frequency fundamentally. Few see what I observe.
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  10. Jack Kruse

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    Why do all diabetics have some degree of atherosclerosis in the eye that results in neovascularization to try to restore blood flow? Might all diabetics be blue light toxic?

    So why is blue so rare in nature? The energy of physics is the answer.

    There are two ways of reproducing color today: either by absorbing its complementary color (as the eye pigments do) or by generating it directly. If blue was a difficult color to reproduce in pigment, then it is an order of magnitude more difficult to produce it by generating blue light. This is mainly through energetic considerations: as light becomes bluer, the energy of its constituent photons increases, and the number of materials which can be excited to a high energy state and usefully convert that energy to light diminishes rapidly.
  11. Jack Kruse

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    In science we should not be afraid to explore new options and explore un-walked grounds. There are areas which might seem untouched or unexplored, so be the first one to be there and rake the benefits. To do that you need to overcome the fears and obstacles in the way. If you keep examining, you will find that there are numerous reasons why you should stop doing things your way today. Can you see yourself doing things in a different way? You will not lose anything if you try small changes in life. If you do not like the changes, you can always aim to go back to your original scheme.

    We may have lost this perspective in medicine today because we are having little impact in these diseases population wise......they are growing exponentially as we become "more technologically advanced"
  12. Jack Kruse

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    It’s time we begin to understand a bit of physics and stop focusing our attention on the wrong things. Once you let go of what is not helping you, you begin to let the things that can help catch up to you, to transform you.

    You can have anything in life if you will sacrifice everything else for it. Your breath is currency. It turns out in physics breathing is also how we make the correct superoxide singling molecule.

    This thread fully develops how superoxide is made in type 1 and type 2 reactions:

    In our social side, breathing life back into your ambitions, your desires, your goals, your relationships is critical to success. I have a sense pseudohypoxia is the key symptoms we need to monitor for in a disease like atherosclerosis because it tells us that there is now an altered light tissue interaction at the most fundamental level. If you are not willing to risk the usual, you will have to settle for the ordinary.

    Once the mind awakens to nature's facts, the search begins and you can never go back asleep to ignorance. A single event is capable of awaken within us, a stranger totally unknown to us. Once awake, this new perspective of truth has a qualia that inflames us with a special resolve that will never again let us linger in the lowlands of complacency and partial fulfillment every again. Reject mediocrity to attain the summit of fulfillment that is present in our world.
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  14. Jack Kruse

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    There is a good reason why a tiny group of our species begins look at life with a different perspective while creating a new vision and new insight. Modern life give us a lot to bear and this is why so many give up before they get to sniff optimal.
    In nature we see this small factor play a huge role, we have been shown it thru some posts but do most of us understand who big this is? What is it? The role of few and small.

    Time and time we see that when a tipping point is achieved, a small alteration in today's world might change life's trajectory. It's akin to getting a quick glimpse of a violet in a field of sunflowers; it blurs our perception in a flash. We see it in business and art; the creative mind that elevates to innovate change lives within an atmosphere of possibilities. Special people stand out beyond their peers, changing constantly while collecting the wisdom buried in nature. I think most assume when they are young that everybody has a special seed built in them that will eventually blossom into a redwood. Everybody wants to live an exceptional life, but few are willing to give the effort it takes. With age, the more folks I see, even fewer have learned how to live optimally. It is a losing battle to fight large groups, society, and big beliefs. Nature is a salmon who swims up stream who controls the tiniest particles to make the biggest difference in all the big things in the world we take for granted. That mindset breaks everyone's common sense. Be contradictory and controversial because everyone else follows the big trends. Nature uses details to create trends that build magnificence. People who focus their attention on the small things, the details, are the ones who create the special gifts, we call talent, that wind up changing the world around us all. They have the audacity to question all trends regardless of popularity.
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    Chronic disease is evolution in reverse.
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  17. Jack Kruse

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    Red light alone can raise red cell mass and specific UV light can increase O2 in venous plasma increasing EZ. This is how nature does it. Wellness is a thinner skin as compared to a T2D who has a much thicker skin............glycation alters optimal optical transmission of sunlight. In the equatorial regions glycation has a good role to play.......it protects the RBC mass and plasma from too much UV light exposure. In the polar regions this advantage has to be offset with a high DHA content in RBC's to increase the blood's net negative charge or zeta potential to increase the EZ in water when there is very little UV light naturally available.
  18. Jack Kruse

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    Glycation thickens the skin naturally it and so does blue light. This drives basal cell thickening of skin. Think psoriasis. Now think about the old treatment for psoriasis? UV light. UV light exposure is capable of slowing ubiquitin marking of the fast dividing cells in the skin of psoriasis patients. Now look at the link of skin diseases to atherosclerosis. You might be shocked at what you uncover.
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    The optics of biologic surfaces is a huge deal that is being completely ignored by modern clinical science.
  20. av8r

    av8r New Member

    Hi Dr. Kruse,
    In reference to time, am I correct to assume that a change in light frequency being a change in energy scale then leads to a change in time perception if my point of reference doesn't change ? Frequency=1/periodic time. I am just trying to get my head wrapped around the relationship between frequency change and time. Speaking of time, its time for me to go chew some nicotine gum and ponder :)

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