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How does darkness stimulate the Pineal's secretion of melatonin?

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by John Schumacher, Nov 18, 2020.

  1. We know
    • Melatonin the is the hormone of darkness https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4334454/ -> The pineal gland receives input from postganglionic fibers, leading to the release of noradrenaline and increased production of cyclic AMP, thus activating the enzyme AANAT, mentioned above, which is critical to the production of melatonin.
    From a light-water-magnetism perspective: How does darkness stimulate the Pineal's secretion of melatonin and what neuropathologies interfere with this process?
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

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    4 hours of dark begins the activation of serotonin to seratonin from gut to melatonin
     
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  3. Does darkness stimulate the Pineal's secretion of melatonin?
     
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  4. For those following this thread:

    In the @Jack Kruse reference https://jackkruse.com/tensegrity-5-magnetic-sense/, Jack presents the concept of increased magnetic flux during a decrease in light stimuli because he believed (during the writing) that: "Light photons un-condense the matter in us to release this energy in all matter. This is the basis of the photoelectric effect." This idea comes from studies like:
    However, these are based on an old static electrical model and imaginary mathematics to "support" the underlining idea.

    What we know from IEEE & plasma physics is that the photo-electrical phenomena is not static, even when we "currently" may not have the instrumentation for measuring it; though Ferromagnetic is a beginning to measuring it.

    Thus, when evaluating human cellular function, we must remember it is immersed in water; the electron and proton transduction over and through the human carbon molecules need to be modeled in a mechanism of action hypothesis with an understanding that capacitance is fractal in nature and is much more dynamic than previously thought. It is not that "Oxygen is the only gas that is naturally paramagnetic," as @Jack Kruse states. It is water's capacitance potential within our organelles, stimulated by the electromagnetic spectrum and its intensity that displaces a paramagnetic behavior. <- So what the hell does all the mean?

    Melatonin is a stimulus which rises both the magnetic and the proton-electron transport potential for our cells.

    The question is - Why does darkness stimulate the Pineal's secretion of melatonin? I do not believe it is the addition of static magnetic force during darkness, but the absence of light's stimuli. Yes -> the hypothalamus' role in sensing external temperature drop on the skin at night is also a stimulus which helps push the "ball" down the pathway. A fluctuation in magnetic potential is not stimulated by darkness.

    So we know
    • Melatonin is the hormone of darkness https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4334454/ -> The pineal gland receives input from postganglionic fibers, leading to the release of noradrenaline and increased production of cyclic AMP, thus activating the enzyme AANAT, mentioned above, which is critical to the production of melatonin.
    • The biomass precursors for building melatonin are
      • tryptophan,
      • methionine,
      • inositol,
      • magnesium,
      • vitamins: B-2, B6 & D
    • The inhibitor is any form of Folic Acid
     
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