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REDOX is linked to RBC's circadian clocks........

Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

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    The Boris Belousov reaction of oxidized ascorbate controls protein folding and uses RBC's Glut 1 as their helper.
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  2. I seldom give Vitamin C rich fruits to my guinea pigs . they sleep outside in the cold
    so far no scurvy

    they don't drink water either...
     
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  6. Jack Kruse

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    We all know today beyond a shadow of a doubt that the dominant part of the solar spectra is IR-A RED light and it is made by the emission spectra of the H+ ion in the sun.

    Is this why the first step in controlling all thermodynamics on Earth was to use the most common element in the sun's spectra??

    It's emitted photons acted as the controlling arm of H+ on Earth 93 million miles away. When you look inside a chloroplast of mitochondria the evidence is everywhere when you observe what nature is telling us.

    It also explains why we got natural selection and conditions of existence as the first steps in evolutionary change. The problem is, it was not Darwin's version of events........it is a quantum selection made by H+ light emission from the condensed matter lattice of the sun.

    But what else does it mean?

    The sun is the center of the quantum vibrations in our solar system and at 93 million miles from the sun, the Earth sits at the 3rd harmonic of the solar plasma in our planetary system. The frequency of solar plasma at our distance on Earth is around 3 mHz (milli Hz).

    Why did I mention that about the sun?

    There are lots of interesting things to say about blood cells and fluid flow in humans. There is a new field of magneto-electrohydrodynamics, where they study the geometrical structure of blood cells in our circulation, and electron flow might be the key to how the sun interacts with them.

    I quote, "the 3rd lamellar spacing of RBC's = 40.6 Å (the 3rd, core hydrophobic lipid layer is significantly smaller than the spacings above, and the electron density is almost constant in the hydrophobic membrane core. This density profile is well described by α-helical coiled-coil peptides, which are embedded in the cell membranes."

    They go on to report, "hexagonal packing of the lipid tails are in the hydrophobic membrane core. The distance between two acyl tails has been determined, where q|| is the position of the corresponding correlation peak. We note that this area also includes the area of cholesterol molecules. Where did this come from? Right here: http://www.nature.com/articles/srep39661

    What did that just mean for the mitochondriac in training? It means I just showed you how we are supposed to connect with the sun WIRELESSLY VIA your RBC's lattice antenna.
     
  7. Foxglove

    Foxglove New Member

    Does that explain why eating greens and supplementing vitamin C last year in deep winter made me sick and gave me joint pain... Mitochondria were not using up my own oxalates and making endogenous Vit C? I listened to the podcast you just put up. Now I know why "take vitamin C to increase your progesterone" is bad advice. I'm gonna stick with the sun as my pill bottle.
     
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  9. Jack Kruse

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    It’s not just in the Eyes, it is the skin too!
    Until 2017 we thought that melanopsin only existed in the eyes of humans. A study published in Nature showed that subcutaneous white adipocytes express a light sensitive signalling pathway mediated via a melanopsin/TRPC channel axis. It is now evident that melanopsin was present in the skin and fat cells and can translate light signals even if we block blue light from entering our eyes.
    When TRPC receptors are exposed to blue light after dark it is very common that inflammation occurs. This is probably one of the reasons why night shift workers are the highest users of prescription pain relief medication and why we have a major dependence on pain medication in the developed world. Personally, if I have my skin exposed to blue light after dark I get very twitchy and itchy and this is sure fire proof that blue light is irritating my skin via the TRPC channels via melanopsin activation.
    In humans the bond between melanopsin to retinol is a very weak covalent bond. The bond is easily broken by short wavelength blue light. What do human’s live and work under 24/7? You guessed it, BLUE LIGHT. When you look at rodent models you still find melanopsin in the skin, but how they differ from human’s is they have fur covering the skin, which weakens the influence of blue light on melanopsin. That is why ancestrally speaking when we were covered in hair the main receptors for blue light would be found in the eye. However, we have evolved not to need our body hair and as such have exposed our melanopsin to the outside world. This is now a much larger surface area for melanopsin to be affected by artificial blue and green light after dark.
    WHAT IS THE BLUE LIGHT HAZARD = melanopsin dissociates from retinal and free retinal destroys photoreceptors = destroys optical signaling. The lower your redox is the more retinal is released. Certain stimuli are more apt to release retinal in this way. Blue light is the one that is now best identified. Now that we know the human bond between melanopsin is a weak covalent bond we know that 1G-5G waveforms can also separate them. We’ve believed that melanopsin was only present in the eye since its discovery in humans since 1998. We then discovered it in human blood vessels in 2014. Then, in December 2017 we got the shock data it was also in our skin and subcutaneous fat helping explain why nature put leptin, another photoreceptor molecule, in our subcutaneous fat. Leptin is designed to take optical data from the skin and skin arteriole surface about day and night and couple that with energy balance information and deliver it to the hypothalamus under the cover of darkness. Free retinol from surface light at the wrong time of the day is what ruins this hormones behavior optically. Once leptin signaling is disrupted by circadian mechanisms, the hypothalamus loses control of all growth and metabolism inputs. This leads to many chronic human maladies such as obesity, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome. They are all defects in optical signaling caused by Vitamin A’s ability to destroy photoreceptors. This is why the the authors in the article make this statement, about blue light, ”It's toxic. If you shine blue light on retina, the retinal kills photoreceptor cells as the signaling molecule on the membrane dissolves.”
    That is a definitive unequivocal statement.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/31418890/
     
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  10. Jack Kruse

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    Since 40-60% of RBC cycle through the retinal blood vessels when they are exposed to light this shows you how devasting a blue screen is to your brain behind your retina. It not only ruins the circadian cycles of your blood cells it ruins the grey matter of your brain which have more mitochondria than any other part of the brain. Imagine that.

    Yet another confirmation of how time in front of screens and blue light emitting RF/microwaves can have organic and functional impacts on the brain via melanopsin dysfunction.https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/...atters-too-much-screen-time-damages-the-brain
     
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  12. PaulG

    PaulG New Member

    "In the early 20th century, Dutch botanist Frits W. Went discovered the plant hormone auxin that is responsible for phototropism. The new growth at the tips of plants produces auxin and distributes it throughout the plant. However, plants send more auxin to areas that receive less light. This stimulates those areas, causing them to grow faster and bending the plant in the direction of the light."

    They say we humans lost most of our body hair as an adaptation to being better at losing heat from our body, in other words for thermal regulation. Perhaps retaining more hair on our heads and face extended over a long period of time resulted in a type of phototropism (remember the chemical structure of hemoglobin is very similar to chlorophyll) that is an explanation why the human brain increased in size and complexity (Encephalization quotient (EQ))
     

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