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SEASON'S, LIGHT, INFORMATION TRANSFER and PHOTOSYNTHESIS: THE LINK?

Discussion in 'The Epi-Paleo Diet' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    From the file of did, you know: If you look at some old research from the 1960s on the effect of cosmic rays on plants you might begin to see a connection of the higher ends of the electromagnetic spectrum of light's effects on plants. When the Earth's magnetosphere drops its power more cosmic radiation enters the ionosphere and it forms more clouds to protect life below by changing the water chemistry in the atmosphere. This should get you thinking deeply about biophysical connections to light in an environment. 15 years ago it got me thinking that the plants contain wireless natural technology that is "truly smart" because this high energy light becomes the biophysical lever that drives evolution. Since the entire food web is linked by photosynthesis to the animal and marine chain that means the energy and information data in the plant tissues must have a way to communicate this info to animals like humans. Might the clue be based in the substance of plants since they are made out of thin air? It then follows that if human animals are eating locally grown foods in season, that NATURE would bury that clue in us in some clever way (miRNA/deuterium) about the changing environment on our changing environmental conditions with respect to the light that affects us terrestrially. Might the same be true about artificially grown foods? You bet your ass it does.

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1369526607000891
     
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  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    May we have (or just continue old one) conversation about live and dead waters?

    I have a suspicion that this will lead us to the conclusion that we should not drink any clear water (including DDW of any strength).
    But instead, we should eat vegetables and fruits (that contain live water).
    Possibly just their juice.
    The fact that they contain more deuterium,
    on balance,
    maybe less important than the seasonal information they provide.

    The main source of H+ still would be oleic acid.
    (Second look at cod liver may help with a variety of interesting items, including DHA).

    Also, actively exercising thirst-ADH interactions may help with excessive drinking, and helps with deuterium overload.

    ..
     
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  3. Ronald Waters

    Ronald Waters New Member

    So I have been considering how local food delivers different light signals to our bodies and with the onset of autumn I have become very aware of the change in the light from the sun. Next week I will be traveling to Colombia, about 35 degrees closer to the equator. It has a completely different food supply and will have a very different sunlight than I am getting in Iowa.
    The questions is, will the new food and new light adapt my biology to the new environment or is there something I can do to make the transition easier?

    I am spending 3 days in Medellin to close a business transaction, (5,000 ft elevation and 12 hours of sunlight). Then I am spending 1 week in Santa Marta to consider it for a winter escape location. (cheap and plentiful seafood, tropical sun, cold rivers from the mountains for CT, and walking distance to the Caribbean. I will take along a meter to test for nnEMF, also wondering what other aspects to consider when looking at locations for recharging and optimal living.?
     
  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I am assuming that you are going to be mostly naked there.

    From the point of view of the skin, it takes about a month for the skin to adjust to new sunlight density.
    Likely it takes as much for gut flora.

    The content of gut flora depends on sun exposure, not the food we eat.

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  5. Ronald Waters

    Ronald Waters New Member

    I would agree from experience that adjusting to equatorial light density takes time. I assume it is a gradual process so I will get as much sun as possible early on.
    In the past I have never had issues with eating a tropical diet in the tropics but your comments suggest it should be a gradual transition as the body and gut Flora adjust.

    Where does CT play into this scenario?

    Any hacks I should try or experiments I might run to indulge the forum readers?

    I am also taking along my surprising young 78 year old dad, who understands very little about the effects of light on his biology but is the first to admit that something is different in the tropics. He has worked outside all his life and spends wintertime in southern AZ. He simply listens to his body and it wants to be outside and active. I like to call him old school.... But it is working...
     
  6. Ronald Waters

    Ronald Waters New Member

    For the business part I will be expected to wear clothes. Colombians encourage young women where is little as possible but that doesn't seem to apply to old men.
    Once I get to the beach though, I will adapt Brazilian culture and wear a Speedo
     
  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Make sure that your dad also wears a speedo.
    The last time I was in Brazil (with DW and two kids) was in 1979.
    There was a waiting list of comfort ladies for hotel rooms rented by single men (at no extra cost).
    May want to check if that custom is still there.
    .....
     
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  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    New blog out today: So you might be wondering if DHA is so critical to humans how did it show up on Earth initially? Before DHA, Molybdenum was the key element for bacteria and archaea who used the sun for energy. https://www.patreon.com/posts/55049793
     

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