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Blue light and 5G deaths. Time to start a body count in 2018/19

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Jun 5, 2018.

  1. Jack Kruse

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  2. Jack Kruse

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    Jason Lauritzen is a leader among men. Here he goes again dropping truth bombs for you the public. Leaders instill in their people hope for success and a belief in themselves. Positive leaders empower people to accomplish their goals.
    Blue light at night = Not bueno.
    Cardiac arrest is more likely to be lethal when exposed to blue light at night. Shocker to no Black Swan
    Darkness or red light = No impact.
    One reason why hospitals are great places for dramatic interventions, but not for recovery. #truthbomb
    Jack's message: Every morning you need the sun to charge separate water in your body to create the battery that creates your life. That life is created by a cadre of photochemical that do things we all rely on. You need to expose all your surfaces to these signals to make sense of the world around you. The food and exercise guru’s that keep bathing in blue light and never see this message……..and blame foods and a lack of exercise for their ills. This blog shows you what you might miss when you focus only on food. Make like the Sphinx……While meditating in the morning sun, look to the East and ground and remain as connected to this environment as you can and food will never be your main driver. Light water and magnetism work to limit food influence at the confluence of your mitochondria. It’s that simple a Rx to regenerate. Blue light and non-native EMF destroy melatonin levels via melanopsin dysfunction. This often ends in leptin resistance and causes massive changes in insulin signaling. Light, not food control this process in man.
    Melatonin needs the sun’s signal via neuropsin to regenerate our tissues. The second messenger’s in this system are triplet state free radicals created from mitochondrial respiratory proteins. These limit ELF-UV release from cells.
    Most people think melatonin is our “dark hormone”. That is true, but few know that UV light is what regenerates the melatonin cycle in us. Melatonin teaches us a great many things about all the proteins in us that are biogenic amines that also work with sunlight in novel ways. Those proteins are melatonin, serotonin, melanin, and dopamine. They all use the sun in some very complex and counterintuitive ways. The end result of this transaction for all four is to deliver energy to mitochondria in a novel way.
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    In a new national study, suicidal thoughts and attempts were reported in children as young as 5. Something has radically changed on Earth to cause this massive quick turn in suicide. Anyone want to guess what can cause a brain to stop thinking well so that it contemplates taking its own life? Every Black Swan knows what the cause is..........why don't you? https://www.huffpost.com/entry/yout...in-the-last-decade_l_5cab7b5ee4b02e7a705bc175
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  5. Jack Kruse

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    Ok, everyone, I'm serious. We need to talk...........about the light you allow around you as you live.

    It's time for you to see the light.

    Actually, its time for you to not see the light at night.

    In this study of elderly adults, artificial light at night of just over 5 LUX, increased their risk of #diabetes by three times.

    Even at 3 lux, the results were significant. An on/off blinker light on one of your electronic devices can generate three lux of light.

    Continually exposing yourself to light at night is kind of like eating cupcakes 24/7.

    Put the light cupcake down.

    #MakeLUXLowAgain (at night)

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    “Teens who spend more than three hours a day on social media are more likely to report high levels of behaviors that may be indicators of mental health problems compared to adolescents who do not use social media at all, according to a new study from researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. https://hub.jhu.edu/2019/09/11/social-media-teen-mental-health/
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    And stimulants are great. Most Americans drink a few cups of stimulants each morning ☕️ to get themselves up to face the daily grind.

    But you know what's not great? Being stimulated 24 hours of every day by blue light. This ruins the dose response curve of the ROS/RNS. That is exactly what is occuring to modern humans because they live indoors and use tech screens to an excess. What else is different about this version of blue light? The blue light that wakes us up in the sun is NEVER present without 42% IR-A light which is red light. AM sunlight has 42% red light in it and only 1600K of blue light. This small stimulus of blue light is about to improve executive function of the prefrontal cortex. This blue light needs red light to control the oxidation ROS/RNS that blue light makes when it is present without red light in our light environment.

    ALL CELLS contain ion channels in their outer (plasma) and inner (organelle) membranes. Ion channels, similar to other proteins, are targets of oxidative impact, which modulates ion fluxes across membranes. Subsequently, these ion currents affect electrical excitability, such as action potential discharge (in neurons, muscle, and receptor cells), alteration of the membrane resting potential, synaptic transmission, hormone secretion, muscle contraction or coordination of the cell cycle.

    An important class of ion channels is the family of potassium (K+) channels, they are not only in charge of the membrane resting potential or the repolarization of the action potentials, but also control cell proliferation or transmitter/hormone release, to name a few. A subgroup of K+ channels are the so called calcium (Ca2+) activated K+ channels which need either an increase of Ca2+ at their intracellular face to open or a combination of Ca2+ and voltage to function properly. Maxi Ca2+ activated K+ channels, also named BK channels which constitute a subgroup of Ca2+ activated K+ channels.

    DO you know where these ion channels exist in humans? They are found on the inner mitochondrial membrane. EXCESSIVE BLUE LIGHT exposure destroys these potassium ion channels to ruin signaling of cells that control the circadian mechanism and are associated with leptin and melanopsin. LET THAT SINK IN.

    Mitochondria are a major source of ROS generation targeting BK channels. Blue light creates that stimulus when RED LIGHT IS ABSENT.

    The inner membrane of mitochondria contains BK channels (mtBK) which appear essential in the production of ROS. mtBK channels appear to be inserted into the mitochondrial membrane with the toxin binding sites for charybdotoxin and iberiotoxin exposed to the mitochondrial intermembrane space. This can be accessed by using outside-out patch configuration of the inner mitochondrial membrane. Consequently the C-terminal tail domain including the Ca2+ binding site is localized to the mitochondrial matrix where the proton gradient exists. RED LIGHT MOVES PROTONS BEST. Blue light creates the most ROS. Do you understand why subtracting red light from blue creates mitochondrial diseases?

    When you look at your computer screen or phone screen, your brain wakes up. It's alert. Because it hears "It's day time! Time to be focused and do human things!"

    But guess when it's bad to hear that signal?

    The other 14 hours of the day that the Sun wouldn't normally be sending such a signal to the brain.

    We need a break from the stimulus. Otherwise we fry our circuits and get fatigued.

    So take a break from the blue. Stop the intravenous coffee to your SCN and allow yourself to relax.

    This is why I Chillax, with Ra Optics blue blockers when I face when red light is removed from the blue light stimulus. The discount code is OPTIMAL.

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    Another integrative medicine physician, Dr Klinghardt, said something recently about 5G that got my head spinning.

    He expressed the belief that 5G is disaster squared because it will interfere with normal development of children's brains and destroy their humanity, that is, their ability to feel compassion and care for others.
  10. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    4G already did that.
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  11. ElectricUniverse

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    Agreed. And for the many of us that have been exposed to varying degrees to wireless RF/MW radiation it had sucker punched us and taken much of the zest out of life.

    What Dr Klinghardt was trying to convey was that 3-4G was a disaster. 5G is disaster squared.
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  12. Jack Kruse

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    Why is the pupillary response the most critical part of the cranial nerve exam diagnosing TBI
    The ipRGCs are known to connect to many brain regions that regulate very different tasks. The cells tell one part of the brain how bright it is outside so that our pupil can rapidly close—in less than a second. When this does not happen with a TBI patient it alerts us there is a problem with the catecholamines like dopamine or with melanopsin damage in the retina due to the liberation of Vitamin A from this opsin. The same ipRGCs also connect to the master clock in the brain that regulates our sleep-wake cycle. However, it takes several minutes of bright light (blue) to make us fully awake. How the same ipRGCs do these very different tasks with different time scales was not clear until now based upon this study. Some clinicians have realized this for a long time and been using the pupillary light test with blue light and red light to see the damage in the eye clock in TBI cases for years.
    The investigators found that the difference has to do with the way that light detected by the retina reaches the brain. By delivering the mini-SOG to the eyes of the mice, they were able to trace the signal to the part of the brain that constricts the pupil in response to light to identify the pathways.
    It turned out these connections were much stronger—similar to water pouring out of a garden hose. Whereas the connection between the ipRGCs and the master clocks in the SCN in the retina were much weaker—more like drip irrigation. This is because the ipRGCs deliver the light signal to the circadian center in the eye clock phenomena through this slower drip system, it takes longer for any meaningful information to reach and reset the brain clock. It also implies since this system works slower in the retina in TBI’s the use of light has to be altered to reduce the symptoms of photophobia and post-concussive effects.
  13. Jack Kruse

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    Here's a new one for Dr. Jack Kruse "I told you so" archives.
    Blue Light at night (bALAN) raises blood glucose, alters insulin response and also increases hunger in DIURNAL rodents.
    "Diurnal" means these animals in the study are naturally active during the daytime like humans and not active at nighttime (nocturnal) like the vast majority of rodents used in studies. So this is an important study because it relates more closely to you (diurnal humans).
    Start taking artificial light at night seriously folks. You may think those weird colored glasses from RaOptics that some of us are wearing at night are funny but it is certainly no joke to your long term health.
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  14. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    I wish RaOptics made wraparound nighttimes to block peripheral light. Blublox came out with one recently which I use for early sunset but their lenses still let some yellow and green in unlike the RaOptics.
  15. Katie Durham

    Katie Durham New Member

    For wraparounds, I wear Uvex (~$10) early in the evening and TruDark's Twilight Classics ($89) later in the evening.
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    Young kids and college adults spend massive time around screens and technology. When you add in football, the amount of screen time goes up because the playbooks are all on iPads and the amount of film study on digital LED screens is exponential. What does massive screen time do to an unmyelinated brain? Lack of myelination leads to altered dopamine and melatonin function which alters mitochondrial function. Blue light and nnEMF are linked to mental illness and suicide in the youngest generations.

    SCREEN TIME: DOPAMINE analogy: DEPRESSION creation is a screen time problem today. This is why giving a child technology is the modern form of child abuse to the Black Swan. This creates group think and ruins divergent thinking. Divergent thinking is the center of human creativity and most people believe we are born with it but I do not believe this. I believe we can teach people how to think more broadly by learning to examine things we do not believe or accept to see if they have merit or not. Divergent thinking can be acquired and developed skill when you get "skin in the game". I now excuse people who sense life with tiny thinking. This brand of expansive thinking is a distinct form of higher-order thinking and it can be taught to all ages of autodidacts. "Divergents" always give themselves permission to see things differently than crowds. Misunderstanding vanish when you train yourself to ask, 'What else might this imply'?

    Remember my Black Swan mitochondriacs, empirical evidence is nature’s only acceptable form of truth. Empirical evidence is the truth that theory must mimic; it is not the other way around.

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