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Light - skin - melanopsin - melatonin

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Dylan Petkus, Oct 7, 2018.

  1. Dylan Petkus

    Dylan Petkus Quantum Clinician in Training

    Poking around literature on how light can alter circadian rhythms via melanopsin and I'm a bit flummoxed.

    1.) We have the following that argue against light on skin suppressing melatonin:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19555449

    "Low-intensity light exposures had no significant effect on melatonin levels (0.22 lx: 17.2 +/- 2.8 pg/mL; P > 0.05; 1.25 lx: 12.6 +/- 2.0 pg/mL; P > 0.05)."

    sample size was 12. Were they under powered to show a stat. sign. diff. between 17.2 and 12.6 pg/mL of melatonin?

    2.) Then there's this one:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10757506
    TL:DR. Big ass light on chest and abdomen for 3 hours at night.
    No significant change in melatonin.
    BUT
    I can't access the second article so I can scrutinize it further.

    3.) Another one:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11094143

    4.) And then this one...
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10553954

    If the skin melanopsin connection is so strong. How can these studies these results? What am I missing?
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The skin melanopsin issue was just found 12/2017. None of the papers had methodology to control for confounders given this new data.
     
  3. Dylan Petkus

    Dylan Petkus Quantum Clinician in Training

    So, their skin melanopsin function was trash beforehand from their usual modern lives and, thus, and introducing light in a broken system wouldn't have an effect?

    If these participates lived as we should, then were in these experiments, we would see the results that we expect?

    That is. Take a normal person. Fix their skin melanopsin function. And then test how light at the wrong time on skin affects melatonin?
     
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  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    correct.....if you don't control for the dysfunction by knowing that present state how can you tell about effects of the studying the incident EMF?
     
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The predictions I made 5 years ago will now be tested on humans in 5G cities who have turned on their networks this month. If you live in California pay attention to the news now in your local area. Why? I think the first people who will know something is amiss in our environments are ER physicians and ICU nurses and hospitalist doctors who begin to see infections in patients that drugs cannot solve. Infections caused by Vitamin A dysfunction from melanopsin dysfunction will be called drug-resistant cases........it won't be that the drug does not work......it will because the mechanism of action is light-based and the antibiotic cannot stop the release of retinol from melanopsin fast enough in the skin due to how 5G interacts with the skin's topology. Just watch and see if I am correct now. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/i-fully-expect-lot-infections-5g-tech-world-soon-why-jack-kruse/
     
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  6. Dylan Petkus

    Dylan Petkus Quantum Clinician in Training

    Sent that article to my sister who lives in LA.

    She got a crazy rash that broke out over her face and arms. Her Derm has no idea what it is so he gave her the good ol' oral+topical steroid combo as the holding pattern.

    A similar question, I've been looking at EMF research and have noticed that older studies in humans and studies in rats show greater effects of nnEMF exposure. More recent studies give results that indicate that nnEMFs do not affect things like melatonin. Is this a combination of shady research and the mechanism we discussed above?
     
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  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    If he would have given her IV dexamethasone and 10 gms of IV Vitamin C your sister would have learned something about LA quickly.
     
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