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Discussion in 'Female Quantum Biology' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 21, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Does sunlight affect breast cancer risk? On Tuesday, June 28, 2011, I reported this: Women who spend just three hours a day in the sunshine can halve their risk of developing breast cancer. No surgery or chemotherapic approach in 2018 can match these numbers folks………NOT ONE. https://www.nhs.uk/news/cancer/does-sunlight-affect-breast-cancer-risk/
  3. Jack Kruse

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    Sunlight on our gonads/mammary glands is capable of slowing down our peripheral clock gene's in these tissues relative to our SCN because of the relative effect of melatonin and Vitamin D on melanopsin signal, hence lowering our chance of oncogenesis. How?

    The cycles controlling all those chemicals in you lower inflammation increase leptin sensitivity and lower insulin levels while increasing autophagy and apoptosis. These things all lower your risk of cancer. Optimizing your circadian cycles is the move of an optimal human male/female makes when it comes to epithelial cancer like breast cancer. Why is that? Blocking the sun from your life raises your estrogen levels and this creates a relativity problem in your hormone panel. Getting sunlight lowers estrogen and testosterone. The "relative testosterone" boost from a lack of sunlight on your chest has other effects. Sun exposure indirectly raise a women's RBC's mass while simultaneously lowering estrogen levels in these tissues.

    This means if you choose a poor environment breast, ovarian, skin, thyroid cancers etc are more likely.

    For men, solar redox increases testosterone and lowers estrogen in all body parts, but in women, it is a boon for the health of her breasts. Too much estrogen unopposed by testosterone or melatonin drives epithelial cells in the mammary glands growth. Growth is supposed to be tightly controlled. Without sunlight signals, we lose control of this growth = BREAST CANCER.

    What is one of the key symptoms seen in women with breast cancer risks? Itchy breasts.

    Sunlight is also stimulatory to RBC's which are loaded with porphyrins called hemoglobin. These cells allow humans to have the capability of animal photosynthesis. This occurs by allowing us to absorb UV light to fuel the transformation of sulfated cholesterol to 7-Dehydrocholesterol to stabilize our epithelial surfaces over the surfaces of our gonads/mammary glands. 7-Dehydrocholesterol is a semiconducting protein in our skin and epithelial tissues that takes the native EMF solar signal of light (with melanin and sulfated cholesterol and water) and changes it to a chemical signal (melanopsin and leptin in the breast) that the brain samples (hypothalamus) to control peripheral and central circadian timing in our clock genes. How does this occur?

    Humans photosynthesis runs via the photoelectric effect. This has been extensively studied in plants. It has been found to be massively energy efficient. The rate of energy capture by the photoelectric effect in plants is immense. It is approximately 100 trillion watts (1 trillion watts = 1 terawatt). This is ten times the current the current power consumption of the human species today. It is clear the photoelectric effect is very powerful for plant life that they could evolve just using water, CO2, and light to make nutrients.

    Melanin in your skin helps. In a 5G world melanin cannot work in your skin = broken topology = no water charge separated.

    Animals are not connected into the ground 100% of the time, nor do they have their semiconductors (canopy of leaves) in the sunlight 24/7. So animal life had to come up with a new way to use the photoelectric effect to power its version of life. It did. It used DHA and water to build a powerful battery that was constantly recharged by solar power. Sulfated Vitamin D3 in our skin is a semiconductor LED designed to transfer the sun’s power to our hypothalamus by way of our blood plasma. The blood plasma then distributes the chemical message to our gonads/mammary glands. The brain uses this signal to OPTIMIZE SLEEP = no sleep = no weight loss = higher risk of future cancers. The sun can increase the electric charge present in our plasma and our neuroepithelium simultaneously in this way = sunlight can be a vaccine for cancer if you do not live in a topologic cesspool.
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  4. Jack Kruse

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    Solar redox restores the circadian control of breast cells.

    Humans, like all mammals, partition their daily behavior into activity (wakefulness) and rest (sleep) phases that differ largely in their metabolic requirements. The circadian clock evolved as an autonomous timekeeping system that aligns behavioral patterns with the solar day and supports the body functions by anticipating and coordinating the required metabolic programs. The key component of this synchronization is a master clock in the brain (SCN), which responds to light–darkness cues from the environment.

    However, to achieve circadian control of the entire organism, each cell of the body is equipped with its own circadian oscillator that is controlled by the master clock and confers rhythmicity to individual cells and organs through the control of rate-limiting steps of metabolic programs. Importantly, metabolic regulation is not a mere output function of the circadian system, but nutrient, energy and redox levels signal back to cellular clocks in order to reinforce circadian rhythmicity and to adapt physiology to temporal tissue-specific needs.

    Thus, multiple systemic and molecular mechanisms exist that connect the circadian clock with metabolism at all levels, from cellular organelles to the whole organism, and deregulation of this circadian–metabolic crosstalk can lead to various pathologies like breast cancer.
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  5. LieselK

    LieselK Titanium Member

    So naked in the sun, but in an outdoor float tank is the ideal in our 5G world.

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