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Melanin and quantum biology

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Jul 26, 2015.

  1. Jack Kruse

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    Primer:http://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/how-much-sun-to-get-melanin-and-dha.14741/#post-165535

    Yup, all Yew's commentary on melanin is with reference to melanin in the skin.

    Now, if you talk about brain melanin (neuromelanin/RPE), that's a different story. It seems to increase with Encephalization ratio, and we humans have the most.

    These researchers think that brain melanin allows one to split water molecules -- http://file.scirp.org/Html/7-2400067_7404.htm

    That is you get H2 gas (a great radical scavenger) and O2 gas (electron acceptor), which obviously is critically important for an energy-hog like the brain.
    Also, see the researcher's previous paper on melanin --http://precedings.nature.com/.../files/npre20071312-1.pdf...

    The important wavelengths for melanin excitation are in the 250-300nm UV range.

    We should technically be able to find the release of UV light by the neurons which depend on neuromelanin, though at present, I have a good idea I know how the mechanisms work.

    The important wavelengths for melanin excitation are in the 250-300nm UV range.

    Details: The first step in plant photosynthesis 400-780nm light is the charge separation of water by chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a magnesium porphyrin. It turns out that chlorophyll and melanin have a lot in common mechanistically.
    Melanin quenches the photons, by making excitons in the skin and eye. With this energy buried in the exciton, it becomes able to easily break the water molecule into charges to make a battery; absorption of light by this pigment initiates an ionic event and a reaction that increases the level of oxygen 34 % in surrounding tissues and even higher in the ocular liquid. This has a massive effect on mitochondria as the picture below shows (note how UV light increases O2 without any input from the lungs!). This increased energy event in the human eye is the first step to initiate the vision phenomenon. In the skin is does something quite shocking. A great part of the photonic energy is transformed by melanin into chemical energy by means of hydrogen generation which acts as an energy carrier, and throughout the action of NADH and FADH, gives up this energy to the cell. This is why taking any NAD+ supplements is a JOKE. It is a quantum event that makes the NAD/NADH couple and this is why the H in NADH must come from Kreb's bicycle to operate well. When NAD+ drops it is a sign of a broken Kreb's bicycle. NADH is a blue light and fluorophore (light antenna) and FADH2 is another chromophore for blue light. Finally, the cell uses it to energize some of the main chemical reactions that enable vision. How it is used depends upon the temperature the animal senses. This is how we use sun in the summer and CT in the winter to optimize mitochondrial redox. Without this energy; there is no vision at all in the skin and in the skin, there is no creation of ELF-UV light. Without UV light melatonin/serotonin are not programmed correctly because of their link to tryptophan. It is an aromatic amino acid that makes melatonin/serotonin and NAD+. It also links melanopsin to the Vitamin A and D to melatonin and B12 and folate to build out the gears of the peripheral and central clock mechanism. Melatonin is needed for the maintenance of both clock mechanisms. Melanin is a variable programmable N-type semiconductor in the ocular fluid and skin blood vessels and has an additional characteristic; it supports the opposite reaction, that is: back binding of hydrogen and oxygen and giving up water and electricity.......this is exactly what one sees a plant do in photosynthesis is it not? It means your skin does it too.........

    Are you starting to see why I want you reading books on quantum biology yet? You must understand how photosynthesis works so you can see how we use it at surfaces where light interacts with our matter called proteins.
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

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    How does melanin tie in with EZ water creation or size? The photoelectric effect is the short answer. Excitons.......quasiparticles. Holes in reality.
     
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    EZ water is basically: 2H2O <-> [H3O]+ + [OH]-

    Melanin mediated splitting of water is: 2H2O <-> 2H2 + O2

    You're getting charged ions in EZ water, and this happens best with Red to IR light input, next to a hydrophilic surface, like a protein, which is basically everywhere in the brain.

    You're getting H2 gas and O2 gas when you split water. This basically says that melanin produces the terminal electron acceptor O2 from water.

    However, the researchers think that the main product of the reaction is the H2 gas, which we've discussed many times to be the best free-radical scavenger you can possibly have.

    Note: H2 gas is also produced in the large intestine by gut bacteria. Drinking H2 infused water is also a good thing.

    H2 gas is the only thing known to be able to deal with the hydroxyl free radical. You'd expect highly oxidative tissues like neural tissue to be the ones that are most likely to produce the hydroxyl radical, so it makes sense to put melanin there to scavenge any free radicals.

    Of course, if you read and begin to believe Roeland Van Wijk, in his biophoton book (page 208 and 209), scavenging these free radicals leads to more light release, anywhere in the range 230nm (UV) to 1200nm (near IR). Either way, you get more UV and visible light to give melanin more water-splitting energy, or more IR light to give water around proteins the ability to charge separate into EZ water. This is how photosynthesis and chlorophyll work with light nitrogen and porphyrins. Animals do it differently by using different proteins to be the electron donors in the quantum transaction.
     
  4. Jack Kruse

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    • melanin ties to water simply by helping take UV frequencies of the sun and power them down so that water's exclusion zone in blood plasma can use them,

    • How do we power down UV light frequency by shifting it down? Nitrogen is the short answer. Read Ubi 19 right now. The mechanism is in the first paragraph. Now take a look at chlorophyll and hemoglobin and notice what living things do to light that falls to them. It does the same thing ozone does to light. It slows it down so life can use it to begin to build things with its energy. The atmosphere is a bio-plasma that slows light down and harnesses its energy. Chlorophyll and hemoglobin is also a bio-plasma in cells that do the same. So is melanin and eumelanin. As that energy is stepped down, by changing its frequency, where is the next place nitrogen is located in our cells to interact with light rays?
    • Why would a bracelet begin to help this surface chemistry?

    • What is ubiquitin all about? Bio hacking nitrogen in porphyrins. Porphyrins absorb what type of light? UV light. Where is porphyrins found? Chorophyll and hemoglobin. Both are found at the surface of life.......plant and animal.

    • Sunlight and water is the source of energy for the cell, not ATP as we believe today.......mammals have another way to harness the sun's power via DHA

    • The atmosphere is also a bio plasma for sunlight. This is why 78% of it is filled with nitrogen. What does nitrogen do? It down powers sun light to make it usable for life below.
      What does life below do to surface sunlight on the retina, gut, and skin..
     
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    What does life below do to surface sunlight on the retina, gut, and skin? It powers it down. How nitrogen. See a tie yet? Medicine and Paleo bro-science have no clue how surface magnesium can possible help biochemical processes because they is ignorant of surface chemistry. This is why terms hate the sun and why paleo guru's can't fathom how Epsom salts work on skin. Soon you will see that all surface chemistry begins with how light interacts or does not interact with the atomic lattice in your skin first.........that interaction determines what is possible or impossible in the cells below.

    Biochemistry is 100% adaptable to the surface interaction of light above. When that light is fake light opposed to sunlight the results are a higher ubiquitin marking rate in cells below. The dielectric constant describes the ability of a material to store energy, whereas, the loss-factor defines energy dissipation of a material. When microwaves are used on a living tissue it becomes dehydrated. Water has the highest dielectric constant in life at 78. When you microwave yourself or your food and you allow a shit load of blue light to hit your retina, gut, and skin while you're doing all this shit at once you are removing potential energy from your life equation.
     
  6. Jack Kruse

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    melanin is another protein break for light at the skin surface to allow our cells below to harvest the power of the photoelectric effect and then transfer it to plasma of blood. 93% of blood is water.
     
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    Melanin is a ubiquitous biological pigment with unusual physicochemical properties. It is paramagnetic, like O2 and DHA. This makes its interaction with UV light very interesting.

    One of the most unusual properties of melanin as a biomacromolecule is its persistent electron spin resonance (ESR) signal, a clear indication of free radical centers present in the material.
     
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  8. Jack Kruse

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    Melanin being a natural antioxidant that can protect pigment cells from oxidative stress by sequestration of redox-active metal ions, quenching of electronically excited states of photosensitizing dye molecules and singlet oxygen, and by scavenging of reactive free radicals. Melanin comes from tyrosine and DOPA.
    Aromatic amino acids like tyrosine are relatively nonpolar and act like photon traps for UV light. To different degrees, all aromatic amino acids absorb ultraviolet light. Tyrosine and tryptophan absorb more than do phenylalanine; tryptophan is responsible for most of the absorbance of ultraviolet light (ca. 280 nm) by proteins. Tyrosine is the only one of the aromatic amino acids with an ionizable side chain. Tyrosine is one of three hydroxyl containing amino acids.

    G. Prota, M. D'Ischia, A. Napolitano, The chemistry of melanins and related metabolites, in "The Pigmentary System", ed. JJ Nordlund et al., Oxford University Press, 1988.

    Melanin is a very complex absorbing material. Melanins from natural sources fall into two general classes: eumelanin
    A black-to-dark-brown insoluble material found in human black hair and in the retina of the eye. Eumelanin is a very unusual bio-molecule.
    The characteristic emission of eumelanin does not in any way mirror the absorption or excitation line shapes. This means there is not a clear symmetry that exists between the absorption and emission of light from these proteins. This completely violates one of the most basic rules of electronic spectroscopy, the so-called “mirror image rule” of organic chromophores (Lakowics, 1999). Computationally methods failed to predict the properties of melanin despite that works in others macromolecules. I have a sense the reason why this is the case is because eumelanin is a true quantum computer itself capable or infinite interactions with the electromagnetic spectrum that only decides what it will do based upon the environment this interaction occurs in.
    pheomelanin
    A yellow-to-reddish-brown alkali-soluble material found in red hair and red feathers. A variety of low molecular weight pheomelanins are called "trichromes".

    The amount of photons absorbed by a melanosome is pertinent to oxidative reactions catalyzed by melanosomes exposed to blue or ultraviolet light. That should stop you right there.................and make you think what happens when your world goes from normal sunlight to a blue lit microwaved version of it??? Might this be why dark people have so many more heart attacks and CVA's than those without melanin when they are exposed to fake light?

    What sits right below the basal skin layer a few mm's down? The arteriole system of the skin where blood lies.

    Is the skin a giant solar panel for the brain and heart where our mitochondria are?

    Hemoglobin’s peak light absorption peaks at 280 mm 420nm 540nm and 580nm and has sharp cutoff at 600 nm since green and yellow wavelengths of krypton ion lasers peak at 531 mm and 568 mm respectively they almost perfectly match the absorption peaks of hemoglobin which is why they coagulate blood so well. Yellow is a complementary color to blue. Blue light can causes clotting of blood too, while red light makes RBC's less sticky to coagulation. Absorption spectra of the skin, aortic wall and cornea show us some interesting connections when we look at them all plotted together. In the visible range of light (sunlight). The absorption spectra of the skin is 20-30 times that of the cornea. The absorption spectra of the aortic wall exhibits VERY SIMILAR peaks as hemoglobin. This data has been published for years. No one seems to link it. Parrish and Anderson from 1983, Keijzer et al. in 1989 and Eichler and Seiler in 1991 have all shown this. The peak absorption of human melanin pigment occurs around 335nm, and absorption is almost completely attenuated for wavelengths longer than 700nm.
     
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  9. Jack Kruse

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    After absorption of light photons, the photosensitizer (melanin) is first transferred to an excited singlet state by the quantized energy in the photon. Then 3 possible decay channels are possible. This is why quantum physics works on probabilities and not absolutes. The 3 cases are non radiative, radiative singlet state decay to the ground state, and intersystem crossing to an excited triplet state. The last one, may also promote a reaction leading to the singlet ground state by either non radiative decay or by radiative triplet decay. The radiative decays are called fluorescence and phosphorescence, respectively. Life time for fluorescence are on the order of nanosecond time scales where phosphorescence may last up to milliseconds or even seconds. According to Foote (1968), two alternative reaction mechanisms exist for the decay of the excited triplet state which are called Type 1 or 2 reactions. They are characterized by either the generation of free radicals (Type 1) reactions, or the transfer of excitation energy to oxygen molecules directly in a Type 2 reaction.

    During Type 1 reactions the triplet state next interacts with a target molecule or protein, other than oxygen. Stop and think about the skin where light first hits melanin. Where is this signal sent? To the blood plasma in the surface vessels below the skin and stored in the EZ of water. Where does the EZ of water matter most? The MINOS around a mitochondria to stop proton flow from the matrix to the exterior to allow chemiosmosis to occur naturally using QED rules. You do not need an ion pump on a membrane to do as is currently believed. Stop and think about mitochondria now at cytochrome 1 and what should happen seasonally for mitophagy. Type 1 reactions result in the release of free neutral or ionized radicals. We use these to signal. Further reaction with triplet oxygne may also lead to the formation of hydrogen dioxide or superoxide. Where have you heard that before?
    In Type 2 reactions, the triplet state of the photosensitizer directly interacts with molecular triplet oxygen (3O2) which is then transferred to an excited singlet state of (1O2). During this reaction the electronic spins are flipped of the electrons in oxygen.

    Both reactions are designed to occur simultaneously but when the environment around a mitochondria is altered by pseudohypoxia the Respiratory Quotient can be altered dramatically. The reason for this is because all electrons in ECT are designed to move to oxygen for reduction. Their flow is 100% dependent upon the electron density, size of the respiratory chain proteins, and the amount of oxygen present at the end of the respiratory chain. This makes pseudohypoxia within the mitochondria a very powerful environmental variable because it controls the pull of electrons in ECT. Pull in ECT is measured in voltage. So pseudohypoxia means that voltages in mitochodria are falling and that means the magnetic field developed in mitochondria have diminished.

    Excited singlet oxygen is very reactive and toxic. It leads to cellular oxidation, mitochondrial swelling and necrosis. Weishaupt in 1968 identified singlet oxygen as the TOXIC agent in photoactivation of tumor cells.

    Carotenoids promote the toxic singlet oxygen to triplet oxygen which is harmless................Does the skin and retina have carotenoids? Yep. Did you know the RPE in the retina has more melanin in it than any other place in the human body? Think the RPE melanin and blue light are linked in some way? Damn straight. Carotenoids and melanin are step down mechanisms in the eye for the UV part of light.

    Now.......did you know blue light increases singlet oxygen and decreases triplet? This is why blue light chronically is "no bueno"
     
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    See why now superoxide drops like a rock in most chronic diseases and why blue light exposure causes changes in melanin and carotenoids in your retina in cholesterol and sulfur in your skin? Vitiligo and alopecia are tied to these broken mechanisms of how light interacts at a surface. The result is an alteration in the cells below to cause a disease to manifest.

    With pseudohypoxia, a microwaved world (causes dehydration) and blue light exposure you make singlet oxygen over triplet superoxide...........that is the reason why diabetic eye changes and most anterior eye diseases are blue light over exposures. This is why we see alterations in Vitamin A in the brain. We are using carotenoids up in tissues chronically exposed in blue light diseases.........and once it is used up there are severe downstream effects..............singlet oxygen predominates in a microwaved blue lit world and you never see triplet superoxide again until you get rid of these bad mitochondria. If you dont get rid of them what happens? You destroy the RPE in the retina and this lowers melanin and eventually destroys the gears of the eye clock to destroy circadian signaling. Simple QED.

    Time for you and everyone else to understand details matter in quantum biology.
     
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    Since type 1 and 2 reaction occur simultaneously, quantum mechanics dictates the path of least resistance. Which probability or mechanism is chosen depends solely on the concentration of oxygen and available triplet oxygen and the appropriate target molecules................
    Retina is also loaded with xanthophylls especially in the macula.
    The skin and retina are also loaded with carotenoids. Surprise!!!

    A general feature of most biomolecules is their complex optical band structure between 400-600 nm. Since neither macromolecules or water strongly absorb in the near IR spectrum, what we see, if we observe carefully, is that life, cells and tissues all developed a therapeutic window between roughly 600 nm and 1200 nm of the spectrum of light. This is why near infrared light penetrates most biologic tissues fully. Note, it is light that is the key to cellular construction and why DNA codes for what proteins it does that allows these optical interactions to occur properly. Food is a secondary aspect in this quantized evolutionary design. In this optical spectral range mentioned above, radiation penetrates biologic tissues at a lower loss of energy, therefore enabling the treatment of deeper tissues to the surface tissues. This means surface chemistry dictate the biochemistry of deeper layers. No one sees this yet, but I do. Makes me crazy or very perceptive. I will let you decide. This is how light is used to make Vitamin D3 and how we use sunlight in RBC's, the water fraction of plasma, the cholesterol in that plasma, and the arteries that channel this magnetohydrodynamic fluid all over our body. When the tissue optics are off every signaling cascade distal to it becomes altered to manifest in some disease state. The uniqueness of the absorption spectrum of tissues is unique and it contains the Rosetta stone of how biology really works in my opinion. I view the absorption spectra of tissues with respect to light as the fingerprint of optimal signaling.

    CITES: The spectroscopy of human melanin pigmentation,by N. Kollias. In: Melanin: Its Role in Human Photoprotection, pp. 31 - 38. Valdenmar Publishing Co. (1995).

    Optical properties of human sclera, and their consequences for transscleral laser applications," by A. Vogel, C. Dlugos, and R. Nuffer, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 11(4), pp. 331 - 340 (1991).

    The incidence and time-course of latanoprost-induced iridial pigmentation as a function of eye color," by P. Wistrand, J. Stjernschantz, and K. Olsson, Survey of Ophthalmology 41(S2), pp. S129 - S138 (1997).
     
  12. Jack Kruse

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    • See the details of this QED science is important to understand what we are in the dark about today. People just hate thinking that much.......if you eat more DHA it becomes easier.

    • light on your eye skin and gut is going to revolutionize the world of medicine

    • Before I am done you will all understand the Hertz effect of light completely...........
    • Hertz used a spark gap and biology uses fluorphores and chromophores. Both are tied together by the interaction of light at a surface.

    • Hertz's spark gaps worked because of a voltage difference between two conductors that lead to the gap's breakdown......so a spark was emitted. When a spark got released it could ionize a gas. This is very similar to how lightening forms in our atmosphere which is the first bio-plasma the sun interacts with before life gets her electric juice.

      When this happened to Hertz in 1887 he found that electrical resistance drops like a rock allowing the electric spark to flow until either the pathway of the ionized gas was busted or the current dropped below a minimum value. The emitted electrons in his experiments could come from gases, metals, non metals, even liquids. This means the photoelectric effect affects anything it interacts with.........hence why light determines things and not food..............

      Proof that light and not food or exercise are the key:
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    Although the accumulation of excess body fat is a complex process with many variables, one variable could be light effect on circadian rhythms. Studies have shown that prolonged artifical daily light exposure (beyond the normal daily exposure we experience) can increase fat mass through an increase in adipocyte or fat cell size.

    Kooijman et al. (2015) conducted a study where three groups of rats were placed under three different daily light conditions to test the effects on fat mass. Rats were exposed to 12, 16, and 24 hours of light each day while caloric intake remained constant. Kooijman discovered that rats exposed to 16 and 24 hours of light had an increase in fat mass despite there being no change in lean mass. Kooijman explained that this was likely due to the lights effects on circadian rhythms.

    Circadian rhythms have been known to regulate a wide variety of physiological as well as metabolic processes in the body. These processes range from digestion and hormone release, to the onset of sleep and eating patterns.

    While natural light during normal hours of the day is benefical, we should aim to decrease our exposure to artifical light at night, which most of us now get via the use of computers, TVs, cell phones, and tablets.

    Biochemistry is 100% adaptable to the surface interaction of light above. When that light is fake light opposed to sunlight the results are a higher ubiquitin marking rate in cells below. The dielectric constant describes the ability of a material to store energy, whereas, the loss-factor defines energy dissipation of a material. When microwaves are used on a living tissue it becomes dehydrated. Water has the highest dielectric constant in life at 78. When you microwave yourself or your food and you allow a shit load of blue light to hit your retina, gut, and skin while you're doing all this shit at once you are removing potential energy from your life equation.
     
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    I said something controversial in an interview this month. "With time it will be proven surface chemistry of the eye,skin, and gut is more important than biochemistry for humans." Kinda shocked the interviewer until I explained to them how water chemistry works. If your water comes from rivers or reservoirs (and most of it does in the USA) rather than wells, the problem is even worse. (I have a well on my property) This surface water reacts with chlorine to form chloroform, a highly carcinogenic substance that increases ubiquitin marking. I told them in Florida the municipal government warned people about re filling their pool with this water, but never said a word about drinking it. I then pointed them to a the front-page headline in the Miami Herald read: "Chlorine in water linked to cancer." Wisdom over dogma. You're seeing it in this thread too now. And when you put sunscreen in pool water with chlorine and put it in the sun it is one of the biggest causes of mitochondrial disease because of what it does to free radical signaling via the Yarkovsky effect.
     
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    When this happened to Hertz in 1887 he found that electrical resistance drops like a rock allowing the electric spark to flow until either the pathway of the ionized gas was busted or the current dropped below a minimum value. The emitted electrons in his experiments could come from gases, metals, non metals, even liquids. This means the photoelectric effect affects anything it interacts with.........hence why light determines things and not food..............

    • The key point......you cant observe this effect unless environmental conditions allow for it.............this is where modern science loses itself.

    • Biologist do not understand this basic tenet of this physical effect of light

    • Therefore they have no idea how light sculpts life fundamentally via chromophore and fluorophore proteins like Melanin

    • What did Hertz find out? Electrodes illuminated with UV light created the sparks most easily..............

    • read Annalen der Physik 1887 like I did............
     
  16. Jack Kruse

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    then read about Stoletov's Law.

    • Hertz quit studying light after that cite above.

    • Stoletov took it up on 1888-91

    • Then Planck and then my boy Einstein.

    • Key point: The light emitted from the spark gap does not come from the electrons itslef but it does come the material of the medium...........

    • So what does that mean for melanin.........It provides the electrons to things below it when light hits it.

    • 335 nm is the most sensitive wavelength.........but it goes all the way up to 700nm
      • Without the intervening matter capable of these electromagnetic transitions the spark would invisible. So proteins are key to the interaction with light.........to make a color emission. We know know when these interactions of light occur in a vaccuum no light it emitted. So this is why life in space is not feasible. It needs matter to interact with it at a surface. Hence my predictions about this transition trumping biochemistry in the near future.

      • The medium of matter in us........fluoresces in response to the collisions from the electrons. When the electrons between the two conductors of the gap collide with molecules of air, they excite their orbital electrons to higher energy levels. Those levels are quantized by light. When they fall back to the ground state and their original energy levels they emit energy as light. The interesting part is this light in cells is always in the ELF UV range. Why?

        UV light ionizes gases in the atmosphere. Einstein's nemesis, Phillip Lenard (Nazi) observed that the energy of the individual emitted electrons increased with the frequency of light which directly links it to the color of the light. This color issue always found in the protein as a pigment. This is how biology works. The irony was Lenard tried to disprove Einstein's theories for 40 years because he was a Jew, and his own work in 1900 was Einstein's smoking gun for the photoelectric effect. I love irony.
     
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    The issue is and always will be ubiquitin.........and how light at surfaces drives this process in proteins. When we use up all the electrons in a protein due to its interaction with light we have to replace it and it costs a cell huge amounts of energy. This is what speeds time's arrow in biology and how smart people can make more mistakes than we would think they would when this environment is allowed to persist
     
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    Can you comment on the interaction of alpha MSH and Melanin. It was only after CTing that I was able to tan and not burn in the sun. I am still curious about that....
     
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    What does CT do? It increases the EZ in water by increasing electrons. What does UV or IR light do? Same things. Now go re read. MSH is cleaved from POMC. You need cold and UVA exposure to make it happen. You'll see why Inuits are dark and most polar animals in water are black and/or white for the most part. All tied to the amount of UV light they get
     
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    • Proteins are biomolecules that are designed to absorb specific solar radiation frequencies that drive cell signaling. These frequencies must not be reflective, but most be absorbed. This explains why aluminum is rarely used in biologic systems. It reflects UV light. Cells are designed to emit ELF UV light. The resulting color is the signal at the detector proteins in adjacent cells and structures. Color determine frequency in life. This explains why IR light is released from within mammals at their mitochondria. In my view this is why mammals generate heat. The quantum cell requires the IR release from mitochondria mostly internally not from outside in at the skin level. The opposite is true with UV light. We need to absorb it from the sun to turn water into a capacitor. Remember that water absorbs light best at 270 nm range. Gerald Pollack experiments have confirmed that EZ water refracts light at 270 nm. This range is in the UV range. All cells have been found to release extreme low level bio- photons in the UV range. We have known this information for 90 years but no one sees how it connects to cellular design. IR light begins charge separation in water but UV light extends the effect to make a large battery possible in water. This Dr. Gerald Pollack’s work being made relevant in the mammalian battery’s construction. Why is IR light the choice of light stored in a mitochondria? Rudolph's nose was red, shiny, and bright, which means it reflected light rather than emit it. Reflected light is distorted and is useless for signaling. This is why IR was not chosen by eukarytotes to signal cells and UV light was. This is why aluminum is so toxic to living things. Mitochondria release IR light only when they are uncoupled. Emitted light carries signaling secrets and this is why bio photon research shows that we use UV frequencies in this way.

    • Now what does melanin work with in the skin? It works with cholesterol in skin doesn't it? Now we are back to Tensegrity 7 blog post. Please review it. An enzyme or polar molecule like cholesterol in isolation stripped of its rich ‘cytosociology’ or its environment forms a shadow of its real identity. Proton tunneling is behind this molecular action. This is also a quantum effect. When the environment around cholesterol in a cell changes (redox sensor or light frequencies) it affects how electrons move within it. When electrons are added to cholesterol it is called reduced and this makes it water soluble or hydrophilic. Remember reduced cholesterol is good for our cell because reduction = more electrons. DHA likes cholesterol for this reason. The science of DHA and other lipids is called sphingolipidomics. I call it cytosocial behavior of DHA because DHA loves electrons because of its pi electron cloud. More electrons add energy to the molecule to do work and signal properly. Oxidized cholesterol means the molecule has less electrons, and therefore is hydrophobic. This means it does work well with water, EZ or otherwise. Considering where cholesterol is found in cell membranes and the vascular tree in skin you would think we would understand better how this polar molecule works. We don’t, because we do not understand how the physics at surfaces dictates the physiologic abilities of the molecules below. The major difference between these two states of cholesterol is in its spectral emission of light. Cholesterol that is reduced works like a semiconductor and it can emit a spectrum of light that determines its physiologic abilities. Oxidized cholesterol loses this ability. That is the “clarity "one needs on cholesterol, not the advice being fed to people today in books and in research. Cholesterol melanin, and hemoglobin are the animal proteins we use at surfaces with DHA to build complexity. Plants use chlorophyll, hence why they are simple and planted in the ground and do not move across the tectonic plates as we do.
     

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