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Polarized light ...

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Sue-UK, Mar 16, 2016.

  1. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    In time 11 .... Incident light at surfaces are unpolarized and become assigned an order by k+ ions and water.

    What is the effect on k+ ions and water of polarized light?

    Is there any benefit of polarized light over unpolorized on a damaged surface (where assigning an order may be a problem)?
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    How does physics explain K+ ions and light and water? Brownian motion = statistical motions of atoms Einstein realized this the demon Maxwell was talking about in 1867. it took 38 yrs for someone to make sense of it. Do you know, of Einstein's 4 miracle papers of 1905 that the one on Brownian motion is the one most cited? Yet he won nothing for it. Maxwell was the first to show that the second law of thermodynamics had to be statistical. Einstein showed Brownian motion was the observation of the statistical event predicted by Maxwell. In the 1950's science really upped this game when transistors and semiconductors were found. Why? any trap door that opens in one direction only and requires a specific amount of energy to open it is essentially a Maxwell Demon. This gave birth to solid state devices we use today. Rectifiers let current pass in one direction and not in reverse, thereby converting AC currents to DC ones. In the 1960's Becker showed bone had a rectifying current built by light in periosteum. The implication is that these semiconducting gates can randomly convert a fluctuating current of electrons in a membrane into a DC current that can be used to physiologic work. The electrical potential of the cell membranes stores energy of light in the electrons it captures photoelectrically. Captures light excites the electron and it becomes a particle only and loses its wave ability. This idea leads us to one conclusion: the electrical potential difference between two sides of a membrane can be harnessed and used to perform cellular work when ever it is needed. Why can energy be harvested in life anytime it wants it? The photoelectric effect is instantaneous, therefore time is no longer an issue. The speed of light in a tissue is the rate limiting factor for a cell. What else is key in this understanding? You begin to see why all eukaryotic membranes are loaded with DHA. They contain pi electron clouds that are waiting to be excited by incident light from the sun to store this energy for the cells use later on. This explains why DHA has never been replaced one time in 600 million years of eukaryotic evolution, even though evolution is about change over time. Why is it a constant? It is the only lipid capable of turning sunlight into a DC electric current and a DC electric current back to light. What does it release its stored energy to in a cell? Water. What is its connector to water? Potassium ions which act like a glue to water molecules. K+ is s special when it is married to water and light from the sun hits it.
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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    HOW ARE PD AND FIBROMYALGIA THE SAME BUT DIFFERENT? Both come from a lack of light at a particular surface. = PD = lack of dopamine in the RPE........this is why Parkinson people loss muscle mass and it even causes their special non expressionless faces...........PD is usually related to a lack of full spectrum sunlight getting to the eye to build dopamine and melatonin locally in the retina.
    If the eye doesn't get the stimulus of UV/IR light neither does the frontal lobes nor the brainstem = substantial nigra = PD.
    What happens if you live your life 99% indoors and always around fake light always covered up with clothes or fake light? Fibromyalgia = skin surface defect = this implies PD and FM are somehow linked in quantum fashion doesn't it? HOW? Where does skin and brain come from in a zygote? NEUROECTODERM.................BOOM
    DETAILS: When water in your cell can not carry the right amount of energy life can not grow. Think if a plant. If it has little water and lots of sun will it grow and live well? No. Realize water and the level of potassium (K+) in a cell are linked. Energy is tied to K+ ion concentrations and this is connected to ATP levels at cytochrome 5, the ATPase. K+ also links to water molecules and in turn to ATP molecules stochastically. For every 0.3 mEq below 3.8 mEq that potassium is on a standard blood lab draw, means there is 100 mEq deficit of potassium INSIDE a cell. This deficit cause a mitochondria to consume more calcium and it swells. This slows ECT because it increases the distance of the respiratory proteins. The atomic size change altered the local geometry below your skin where your muscles are. This is where muscle pain and FM come from. This is linked to the redox potential in a cell (amount of UV light confined) because it is linked to the electrostatic attraction in a cell. This is huge for potassium, because its K+ ion has the unique ability in “gluing of water”. Gluing = EZ of Pollack or the AI hypothesis of Ling.

    Potassium ions are able to glue water because the ion's atomic radius allows it to polarize in sunlight. Sunlight is unpolarized..............K+ ions is the initial polarizer of sunlight inside cells. When somebody is in an environment that causes the dielectric constant of water to lower from 78 for any reason (LOTS IN MODERN WORLD), the polarization of the ion becomes smaller than cell water. This cause a huge electric problem in the cell because polarization energy of K+ is subtracted from Coulomb energy. Normally K+ is more polarizable than water, so polarization is added to the Coulomb energy in a cell. When fluoride or bromide, from toothpaste or grains for example, are added to a cell dielectric collapse occurs. This is precisely how the dielectric constant in water is destroyed.

    In the normal state of affairs in wellness in the sun, this allows potassium to function as the optimal "photo-electrical adapter" to transfer energy throughout the cell coherently. It is also massively important in patients with dielectric collapse because intracellular dehydration from non native EMF completely ruins this relationship and this is why they find it so hard to get better fast. ATP is designed to unfold proteins fully to open their carbonyl and imino side chain groups on all amino acids to intracellular water. This action allows binding and polarization to separate water into subatomic particles that are positively and negatively charged. This action is called building or expanding the exclusion zone (EZ) of water. Dr. Gerald Pollack's experiments showed these effects. Dr. Gilbert Ling proved by experiment that each molecule of ATP in a cell controls 8,800 water molecule binding sites and 20 potassium ions to allow water to become structured inside every cell of your body.

    The first step in photosynthesis and in mitochondrial oxidation/phosphorylation of electrons is to charge separate water...........now you know the why K+ and sunlight help muscle pain and fatigue reverse. UV and IR light build dopamine and melatonin which stimulate muscle growth and entrain properly function by maintaining the respiratory proteins in muscle mitochondria. Light is the most powerful drug we have.............especially for muscles. Get some.
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  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I saw a post about why wireless was "safe" the other day and the person mentioned that the solar radiation (EMR) was much higher than the levels used in wireless communications. This was an incorrect statement and showed the person knew very little about polarization.
    Thought to ponder: You think you know all about the sun and how it interacts with water?? Did you know that light coming from the sun is un-polarized when it reacts on your skin? Light can be polarized by water. The way it happens is quite interesting. Marine animals actually have photoreceptors that react to this type of polarized light. Since UV light is not absorbed well at surfaces, marine animals tend to react to polarized light at frequencies above 450nm. If the animal lives in air polarization can happen at lower frequencies into the UV range. Did you know that insects react to polarized light in the UV range? Did you know that fish, cephalopods, and crustacean react to polarized light in the blue range? Why am I going here. Last night on my Q & A, I told a member that cells use every last way you could imagine to harvest energy and information from sun light. Might this mechanism be important in your cells in way you've never considered? Since organelles in your cells are suspended in cytosolic water can also be affected like marine animals are? Might our organelles have some type of photoreceptor close to mitochondria that respond and react to light differently than it would happen at the sun-skin interface where the circulatory system comes to the surface to meet light? Did you also know polarization in water is surprisingly insensitive to wavelength of light? Patterns of both the polarization of light in water overall e-vector orientation and degree of polarization are similar from 360 to 550 nm, although light in the ultraviolet range is "slightly less polarized" than at wavelengths beyond 400nm. Did you remember that cells release ELF -UV light? Might this be linked to the polarization effect being muted in some way with respect to cell water? EZ = 270 nm. How do all these things fit in the quantum engineering of cells? Thus, there is no particular optimum wavelength for photoreceptors that are polarization specialists, but the best signal-to-noise ratios will exist at wavelengths at which light is brightest. For us, animals on land, that is in the UV range. For marine animals it is in the blue range because UV light cannot penetrate the surface of water well. Might that mean that the same is true for mitochondria because they are swimming in a sea of EZ in your cytosol? If true, by evolution using mitochondria sitting in the cytosolic sea of EZ, she would have built in a type of polarization photoreceptors that alter the size and distance of respiratory proteins that would then match the predominant wavelengths of downwelling light of the environment the animal exists in; Pretty slick huh? Moreover, we should expect that the middle-wavelength polarization receptors of marine invertebrates are spectrally well placed. They are in fish.......in the blue and red range. Hey.......don't mitochondria release light above 500 nm too?

    Coincidence or quantum engineering 101 because of how solar radiations differ from the ones technology advocates? Interesting huh?
    This paper, published in Nature, explains why natural (unpolarized) radiation from the sun and cosmic background radiation does not exert a force on charged ions in our body and why polarized man-made EMR does:http://www.nature.com/articles/srep14914#close
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  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    It does not matter how long it takes.......just that understanding happens.
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Sunlight is unpolarized and our tissues create polarized light to communicate in ways no Nobel Laureate in biology understands right now. Biologists are now realizing simple shrimp do it with their exoskeletons, can you imagine when medicine realizes how things like COVID steal our ability to polarize light in T regulator cells to cause altered cell mediated and innate immune responses?
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