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Fluorophore Proteins and Transition Metals

Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by AdamF, Oct 25, 2017.

  1. AdamF

    AdamF New Member

    Okay, so the role of transition metals is to create voltage through the Photoelectric effect upon the release of characteristic light frequencies by fluorophore proteins?

    This is why so many enzymes rely on metals like Zinc and Copper?
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    yes. The D shell electrons are very reactive in transition metals and this is why light freuquencies are used to exicte them and then they fall back to the ground level. That energy as it falls back to the ground state make up a Jabonlski diagram.


    This slide above is featured in my talk in Vermont. It was the critcal piece of evolutionary data of when land based complex life first was able to take the sea with them to conquer land by having mitochondria obtain the ability to create water inside the cell in the cytosol to create a DC electric current from sunlight in wireless fashion to power a cell by making millions of free electrons in a redox pile from the coherent domains in the exclusion of water inside a cell to drive all of the 100,000 biochemical reactions that occur inside a cell per second. Electrons are designed to be excited by sunlight. Those light frequencies of excitation are captured in mitochondria in the respiratory complexes as the excited electrons fall to the ground state. This slows the speed of light in our tissues. As the light slows down in mitochondria the excited electron falls to the ground state and as it happens look at all the things that occur in a cell in instantaneous fashion. This is all the things that life requires. All of life is explained in this slide below from my talk in Vermont. It is called in phyisics a Jablonski diagram. Not that the last thing that happens is where biochemical reactions occur. This shows you that biochemistry is not even the first or second most important thing that occur in a cell. Capture of light is. And the production of a redox pile of electrons is key. And you can see the production of ROS and RNS is second and specifically occurs when light is being slowed down in the respiratory proteins as electrons funnel from cytochrome 1 to oxygen. The most highly excited electrons enter at cytochrome 1 and the ground state electrons become part of oxygen. The free radicals created by slowing light are 100% tied to the geometry between the respiratory proteins and this is what determines the disease phenotype you will get. Mitochondriac perspective 101. Everything is a light issue.
  3. AdamF

    AdamF New Member

    Okay, so this is also one of the main reasons that Serotonin, Melatonin, and Dopamine have benzene rings....
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    correct. I's suggest you watch the Vermont 2017 video on youtube. It is quite comprehensive on this point
  5. AdamF

    AdamF New Member

    Thank you, will go through it tonight/tomorrow AM.
  6. David Baillie ND

    David Baillie ND New Member

    Ive been writing up detailed notes on Vermont 2017 and appreciate Jack rewriting the above part out for us.

    ANY REASON WHY THE JABLONSKI SLIDE IS NOT VISIBLE ABOVE? It’s just text saying and I’d love to see it. Vermont 2917 on YT does not bring the slides into focus

    Love, David
  7. drezy

    drezy New Member

    This is not the exact image I've seen doc use but it's very similar and lays out the absorption & emission possibilities:

    Also, you may want to read the following as you look at the Jablonski diagram:

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