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Discussion in 'Female Quantum Biology' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 22, 2021.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Artificial light at night ups breast cancer risk by 73%. Woman Women have more melatonin sensitivity, so they're more impacted by light at night than men are. Just 0.2 lux (that's less light than 1 candle or the moon) can up tumor growth and bone damage.


    Artificial light creates a positive charge in most of the things in a cell.
    Galactic cosmic radiation also has positive nuclei and charge. They were accelerated in the shockwaves of supernovae throughout the galaxy and they randomly enter our solar system. Redox power in living systems is all about optimizing the net negative charge in cells. Its proxy is found in the charge carrying ability of water (dielectric potential) made in mitochondria which control intracellular endogenous glutathione levels
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    If you have chronic infertility, breast, prostate, ovarian, or cervical cancer you have cancer linked to endocrine disruption and poor solar exposure. Artificial light at night is an endocrine disruptor and you and your doctor better upgrade your knowledge if you want to survive or have a kid the way Nature built us to. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5839924/ When you spend your life surrounded by blue light and nnEMF you often pay a biologic toll. Consider the case of Kristen Welker of NBC News. She had well-documented difficulties in getting pregnant with her husband John and the tremendous impact on her life, and the lives of so many who will watch this. Superb job by the “Today” show, and Welker, telling the story of trying to have a baby—through a surrogate mother—in the pandemic. Welker:
    “John and I have struggled with infertility for years . . . It’s a lonely journey. We wanted to share our journeys with others, to help other families.”
    f. What an emotional story. Welker moderated the presidential debate last year going through this incredibly emotional time in her life. “The tears and the sadness and the setbacks were worth it because she’s worth it,” Welker said of her future child. Man, that was a tear-jerker.
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