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DHA is to electrons as the mito matrix is to protons......all linked to light

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    It often goes unmentioned that protons, the positively charged matter particles at the center of atoms, are part antimatter at their core. Why does this matter?

    We learn in school that a proton is a bundle of three elementary particles called quarks — two “up” quarks and a “down” quark, whose electric charges (+2/3 and −1/3, respectively) combine to give the proton its charge of +1. But that simplistic picture glosses over a far stranger, as-yet-unresolved story.

    Why are protons built the way they are? Why do mitochondrial really prefer the lightest version of protons, abhor deuterium, and not a fan of neutrons?

    Since the matrix is all about energy transformation does the construction of the proton linked to the special ability life has in cells?

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    In reality, the proton’s interior swirls with a fluctuating number of six kinds of quarks, their oppositely charged antimatter counterparts (antiquarks), and “gluon” particles that bind the others together morph into them and readily multiply. Somehow, the roiling maelstrom winds up perfectly stable and superficially simple — mimicking, in certain respects, a trio of quarks.

    Can these quarks vary? Yes.

    What makes them vary?

    Light does, electric fields do, so do magnetic fields.
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    The April 2016 webinar focused on this topic. Life seems to have the ability to take advantage of harvesting the energy built into a proton. How it happens no one knows. But physics had two models of how the quarks and energy transformations work in protons.

    Now we know more.

    The two models of proton behavior in this sea have existed. The older one is related to the pion/meson clouds that surround protons.
    The pion model was theorized long ago because the proton has a tendency to emit and reabsorb particles called pions. Pions belong to a group of particles known as mesons. Pions have no quantum spin, but some other mesons called rho meson have spin. The crazy part of the proton soup story is that if you look at the contents of a proton the three quarks that make it up cannot explain the quantum spin number of a proton or the mass of the proton. This has vexxed physics for decades. I think it is the key to understanding why a mitochondrion favors protons over anything else.

    The second model, the so-called statistical model, treats the proton like a container full of gas.

    20 years ago, science wanted to resolve this issue and they began an experiment called the SeaQuest experiments. The experiments just finished the results were published in Nature.

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    What was the purpose of SeaQuest?

    SeaQuest measured the proton’s inner antimatter in more detail than ever before. We wanted to know what the hell Nature was doing inside of protons. What were the results?

    The data was surprising because there are, on average, 1.4 down antiquarks for every up antiquark in a proton. This implies that once again nothing is balanced in Nature.

    Everything in Nature that life uses seems to be unbalanced and built far from equilibrium.

    — two “up” quarks and a “down” quark = a proton
    - one up quark, and 2 down quarks = neutron

    What else is in protons and neutrons? Gluons.

    Gluons are"intermediate particles" which carry the interaction between the quarks. These gluons are exchanged very often, so the quarks feel each other. Something in their environment causes them to affect how quarks react in these particles.

    Neutrons have a neutral charge and this means they do not react to the electromagnetic force. Neutrons have another queer thing associated with them: they have a mass slightly greater than that of a proton. Protons have another queer issue.......if you add the three quarks up that make them up, it does not explain the mass of the proton. The missing mass in protons seems to be all tied to the energy buried inside the proton.

    Mitochondrion seems to have no use for neutrons but they love protons.

    Could the energy buried in a proton be why mitochondria favor protons in the matrix?

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    The chemical properties of an atom are mostly determined by the configuration of electrons that orbit the atom's nucleus.

    Electrons are the only fundamental particle that interact with light via the photoelectric effect.
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    Neutrons are required for the stability of nuclei, with the exception of the single-proton hydrogen nucleus. This is what mitochondrion seem to favor.
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    Free neutrons cause ionizing radiation.
    A small natural "neutron background" flux of free neutrons exists on Earth, caused by the fission of thorium in the Earth's crust. Cosmic ray showers from collisions of the solar system with the galactic plane can also cause them to stimulate things like a magnetic excursion. Magnetic excursions have been linked to crustal shifts in the low velocity crust mantle boundary zone. This can unleash massive geologic changes rapidly that do not depend on chronic erosion. Some people like Ben Davidson, believe this process can cause geomagnetic jerks that show up in altered charges on a planet and altered magnetic fields on planets that are associated with life-altering phenomena. A key finding in these actions is a declining magnetic field both on a planet, in a star, or in mitochondria. All of these things will affect life via its ability to transform energy from the sun using protons as the source.
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    The galactic plane is the plane on which the majority of a disk-shaped galaxy's mass lies. What happens when the solar system moves through the galactic plane?

    With respect to its own axis of rotation, the Sun is moving through the galaxy tipped at an angle of about 60° from the galactic plane in the Milky Way.
    The planets orbit the Sun, roughly in the same plane.

    The period of oscillation in and out of the plane of the galaxy (up and down) is about 70 million years. This means that we pass through the Galactic midplane about every 35 million years. Might this cycle have something to do with mitochondrial function?

    For billions of years, Earth has been on a perilous journey through space. As our planet whirls around the sun, the whole solar system undertakes a far grander voyage, circling our island universe every 200 million years. Weaving our way through the disc of the Milky Way, we have drifted through brilliant spiral arms, braved the Stygian darkness of dense nebulae, and witnessed the spectacular death of giant stars.

    Many of these marvels may well have been deadly, raining lethal radiation onto Earth’s surface or hurling huge missiles into our path. Some may have wiped out swathes of life, smashed up continents, or turned the planet to ice. Others may have been more benign, perhaps even sowing the seeds of life
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    As yet, this is guesswork but the Earth itself, its rocks constantly recycled by plate tectonics and remodeled by erosion, is remarkably forgetful of past assaults from space.
    But a repository of our cosmic memories might be close at hand. The moon’s soil and rocks endure undisturbed for eons. Deep under the lunar surface, there could lie an archive of our planet’s voyage through space to explains some geologic anomalies and how life began. It seems what Earth forgets, the moon might remember.

    The moon is a giant sponge soaking up everything thrown at it as we go around the galaxy. Getting back to the moon and sampling rocks in different locations will help solve this mystery. Cosmic rays from a supernova will plough into the moon, leaving trails of damage in surface minerals that will be visible under a microscope and knocking atoms about to create exotic isotopes such as krypton-83 and xenon-126. Since the Earth never sees the dark side of the moon one side of the moon is likely to have the evidence biology needs to understand the mystery of life.

    Where should we have NASA look on the moon to direct Elon Musk there?
    I think the trick of the second trip to the moon will be to look for those relatively rare sites with a sequence of lava flows. Magnetic excursions will be associated with crustal variations. This will be where magma once flowed. When molten rock oozes out onto the surface and cools, it starts to collect traces of cosmic rays it experienced at its birth; if it is then covered over by anything, it preserves a pristine record of the time it was exposed. Lava flows can be dated precisely by measuring the decay products of radioactive elements within them. Although isotopic dating might also be altered by this radiation event.

    We need to be aware that radiation isn't released the way Rutherford taught the world it was in his laws. We know radiative decay varies now, we just do not understand it well enough to say for sure.

    Spacecraft have already spotted plenty of tempting lunar lava flows. So far they all date back more than a billion years, to a time when the moon was hotter and so more volcanically active. This time frame is also good for life because it predates the Cambrian explosion when all life showed up on Earth over night when one considers the geologic fossil records.

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    The characteristic spiral arms of a galaxy such as the Milky Way are waves of higher density, regions where stars and gas are a little closer together than elsewhere in our galaxy’s disc. Their additional gravity is normally too weak to alter a star’s path by much, but if the star’s orbital speed happens to match the speed at which the spiral arm is itself rotating, then the extra force has more time to take effect (Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol 336, p 785). Stars like our sun can mimic surfing. It’s like surfers on the ocean – if they’re paddling too slow or too fast they don’t get anywhere. They have to match the speed just right, then they get pushed along like a surfer on a wave of water. Our sun does the same on a wave of energy density in space as the sun collides with the galactic plane in our galaxy.

    A star can ride the density wave for 10,000 light-years or more. Our sun may be such a surfer. Some measurements imply the sun is richer in heavy elements than the average star in our neighborhood, suggesting it was born in the busy central zone of the galaxy, where stellar winds and exploding stars enrich the cosmic brew more than in the galactic suburbs. Today our sun is in a different environment than its birth. We know this because of unusual isotopic variation found in the Earth's crust and in the tree rings in certain zip codes on Earth.

    Isotopic variation is tied to the number of neutrons in an atom. People often forget that everything moves in the universe. This includes our sun.

    As the sun passes into different environments in space, it may be deeply related to extinction events on Earth. Moreover, and more likely it may be and events related to life generation on Earth. That scar of creation might be found inside of our mitochondrial matrix. Just as the Earth forgets geologic history via erosion, it may be our mitochondria is acting as the moon did in my example above. The mitochondrial matrix might use a lighter version of a proton because it remembers where the sun was in our galaxy when the sun's light was key to the creation of life on Earth.
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    You have heard me say many times that your zip code might matter more than your genetic code when it comes to life and death.

    The same thing might be true about our solar system.

    In a nearby spiral arm of the Milky Way, more than 1000 light-years away from our solar system’s present position, lies the Orion nebula, a birthplace of giant stars. Our solar system must at times have drifted much closer to such stellar nurseries. To do so is to flirt with disaster. A massive star burns its fuel rapidly, and in a few million years its core can collapse, unleashing the vast energy of a supernova.

    X-rays from a supernova just tens of light-years away could deplete or destroy Earth’s ozone layer, letting in harmful ultraviolet rays from the sun. High-energy protons, or cosmic rays, would continue to bombard Earth for decades, depleting ozone, damaging living tissue and possibly seeding clouds to spark climate change. Such convulsions might have triggered some of the mass extinctions that so cruelly punctuate the history of life on Earth – perhaps even hastening the demise of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, according to a theory formulated in the 1990s.

    Evidence for past supernovae is thin on the ground, although in 1999 German researchers found traces of iron-60 in south Pacific sediments (Physical Review Letters, vol 83, p 18). This isotope, with a half-life of 2.6 million years, is not made in significant quantities by any process on Earth, but is expelled by supernovae. The interpretation is disputed, but if iron-60 is a supernova’s dirty footprint, it suggests a star exploded only a few million years ago within about 100 light-years of us.

    The interesting link here is there are unusual isotopic fingerprints in the tree rings on Earth with Aluminum 26 and Iron 60 that correspond to the last unusual geologic event on Earth where all megafauna went extinct in North America 10-12,000 years ago.

    Could the sun crashing into the galactic plane lead to a chain of nuclear events on the atmosphere of our sun to cause it to become a recurrent actor in its own micronova? Could this micronova unleash high energies on Earth to be dissipated along telluric current lines affecting the tectonic plates to destroy life and create new life forms? In a crash like this, the electric fields created would saturate crystals in the Earth's crust and cause internal explosions due to overcharging. As a result of this overcharging event, we should expect to see altered magnetic fields as a result. Are the Earth's magnetic poles moving now?

    Yes they are. Is the magnetic field on Earth decreasing since 1800? Yes, it is. If the Earth's magnetic field decreases what would be the expected effects on life?

    It sounds bizarre until you look at some of the data on Earth. It is even queerer when you link these effects to life on Earth.


    The Next End of the World" by Ben Davidson
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    Uncle Jack, how would sun's nnEMF environment alter life on Earth?

    Sunlight creates electric fields in our atmosphere every day and that sunlight creates a Coulomb force on Earth. The Coulomb force would be expected to vary as the sun moved through our galactic plane.

    Coulomb force is an electrostatic force. Electrostatic phenomena arise from the forces that electric charges exert on each other. Such forces are described by Coulomb's law. Even though electrostatically induced forces seem to be rather weak because of how we experience them in life on Earth, when the scale of the force shrinks, as it does in the mitochondria of a cell, the electrostatic force increases tremendously in its power.

    For example, some electrostatic forces such as the one between an electron and a proton, that together make up a hydrogen atom, are about 36 orders of magnitude stronger than the gravitational force acting between them. This implies that movements of the sun through our galactic plane should drastically alter life on Earth.

    Where could we see evidence of the movements of the sun through the galactic plane? Looking on your main solar panel, the skin is a good place to start.

    The electrostatic force generated in your skin is another example of a strong electrostatic force because the skin, as an insulator can hold large amounts of charge.

    People are unaware that this force involved with the biology of melatonin and the function of mitochondria where electrons and protons are the targets of this force because they are charged particles. Only charge particles are subject to the electrostatic force. The same thing is true of T-Regulator cells in the skin. This is why plate tectonics can be altered massively in short periods of time as the sun passes differing environments it encounters in the Milky Way's galactic plane as the Sun surfs in a spiral arm.

    Although charge exchange happens whenever any two surfaces contact and separate, the effects of charge exchange are usually only noticed when at least one of the surfaces has a high resistance to electrical flow. An alteration in the electrical charge in your skin is one of the major reasons why many people cannot convert cholesterol-containing semiconductors in their skin to 25-D-OH Vitamin D. Tattoos also alter the charge state of the skin because of the atoms in the ink alter its electrostatics.
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    This is because the charges that transfer are trapped there for a time long enough for their effects to be observed. These charges then remain on the object until they either bleed off to the ground or are quickly neutralized by a discharge: e.g., the familiar phenomenon of a static "shock" is caused by the neutralization of charge built up in the body from contact with insulated surfaces.

    Coulomb force, also called electrostatic force or Coulomb interaction, is the attraction or repulsion of particles or objects because of their electric charge. When people get skin outbreaks the charge within the epidermis is a manifestation of charge-discharge in the skin. This is analogous to the static discharge mentioned above. The redden plaque is the manifestation of a charge transfer problem in the skin.

    Might earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tectonic plate shifts, and altered geology be the scars on the Earth's surface that mimic skin outbreaks on humans in alien environments?

    I think so.


    In geology, neutron radiation is a form of ionizing radiation that presents as free neutrons. Typical phenomena are nuclear fission or nuclear fusion causing the release of free neutrons, which then react with nuclei of other atoms to form new isotopes—which, in turn, may trigger further neutron radiation. This is precisely what happens to thorium in the Earth's crust to cause volcanism and movement of the tectonic plates on Earth. It appears as the sun moves into the different environments of the galactic plane this is the power source that controls the magnetic dynamo on Earth. The magnetic dynamo on Earth will affect the spin rate of the F0 head in the ATPase and this will control the flow of the protons through the spinning F0 head of living things on Earth. Everything is electromagnetic at its core and it all links back to the light of the sun and how it can vary in ways we are yet to understand.

    In biology, when electrostatic force cannot be discharged properly it can affect the manner in which Gauss's law operates in our body. Gauss's law states that "the total electric flux through any closed surface in free space of any shape drawn in an electric field is proportional to the total electric charge enclosed by the surface. Since a mitochondrion is a closed organelle that contains massive amounts of electrons and protons at a small scale any altered discharge of an electrostatic field causes a change in Gauss's law with respect to the mitochondrial function. This is how a change in the Sun's zip code affects our genetic code in its operation on Earth.

    Solar electric and magnetic induction alters mtDNA function to change RNA/DNA physiology via proton tunneling. This cosmic wand can both create and destroy life on Earth.

    Why? Because physics allows for it to happen.

    Interstellar gas filled with hydrogen permeates the Milky Way, but not evenly. The solar system happens now happens to inhabit an unusually empty patch of space with respect to hydrogen protons. Our current local bubble of space has only one hydrogen atom per five cubic centimeters of space. This tells me that life's mitochondria likely formed at an era when the Earth was passing through hydrogen gas-filled ionized hydrogen atoms which were stripped of their electrons. This is the likely environment that would have been the substrate source for building our colony of mitochondria to act as a hydrogen heat pump. In the past, we must have drifted through much denser gas clouds, including some more than 100 light years across in whose cold and dark interiors hydrogen forms itself into molecules.

    In such nebulae, Earth may have caught a cold and the result of that virus became the endosymbiosis of the mitochondria on Earth.


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    Great results, can be achieved with small forces = the effect of the sun on our health = the effect of BTC on wealth. If your health is quantum your wealth needs to be denominated in #BTC. Why? the more wealth you have the more you can control the zip code you live in. This will allow you better control of your own mtDNA, RNA, and DNA to optimize time to your benefit.

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    Usually, the solar system’s interior is protected from harsh interstellar radiation by the solar wind, a stream of charged particles that flows deep into space, forming a huge electromagnetic shield called the heliosphere. When the interstellar gas gets denser, the solar wind can’t push as far, and the heliosphere shrinks. Above a density of around 1000 molecules per cubic centimeter, it will contract within Earth’s orbit. That might happen every few hundred million years

    The accumulation of hydrogen in Earth’s high atmosphere would alter its chemistry, creating a reflective cloud layer, while dust could mimic the shading effect of sulfate aerosols from volcanic eruptions. The dust alone could trigger a global ice age, or “snowball Earth” (Geophysical Research Letters, vol 32, p L03705).

    We know Earth has suffered such episodes, including big chills some 650 and 700 million years ago. This happened at the same time of the Cambrian explosion on Earth. Their cause remains obscure. It could have been the weathering of mountains that pulled carbon dioxide from the air, or volcanic eruptions, or changes to Earth’s orbit around the sun – or a black cloud in space.

    The clouds may have had a happier influence on life on Earth. These space clouds could be staging posts for life by sheltering some micro-organisms from cosmic rays while sprinkling other microbes on planets with this radiative debris to simulate the fusion of two microbes to create a mitochondrion. This action of radiation in the interstellar clouds could have sprinkled them onto any receptive planet as it passes through the galactic plane of the Milky Way. (International Journal of Astrobiology, vol 6, p 223).

    The moon could again tell us Earth’s tale linked to creation. Up there, alien dust would have settled down to mix with the lunar soil. It would have a distinctive chemical signature, with high levels of uranium-235 and other isotopes that are generated in supernovae and scattered through space. Uranium 235 is the only fissile isotope that exists in nature as a primordial nuclide.
    The decay of uranium, thorium, and potassium-40 in the Earth's mantle is thought to be the main source of heat that keeps the Earth's outer core in the liquid state and drives mantle convection, which in turn drives plate tectonics. Those plates were key for the evolution of man in the East African rift zone several million years ago as I laid out in my Brain Gut series.

    The fission of one atom of uranium-235 releases 202.5 MeV (3.24×10^−11 J) inside the planet. That corresponds to 19.54 TJ/mol, or 83.14 TJ/kg. Another 8.8 MeV escapes the reactor as anti-neutrinos.

    Ideally, on the moon, the dust would be entombed beneath a handy lava flow. We'd need to get core samples of the lunar lava flows to prove it but this could be Elon Musk's new project on his way to Mars.

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