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Tensegrity, magnetism, redox links

Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 6, 2022.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    For clarity's sake in watching this video know this:

    1. Magnetic sense is a function of the spinning Fo head of the ATPase

    2. Electrons are captured by NAD+ at cytochrome one

    3. light excites electrons only to power biological systems

    4. Ultraweak UV light released by cells delocalizes electrons from water networks into other biomolecules to transfer energy too and fro

    5. Old mitochondria = elevated mitochondrial heteroplasmy = poorer magnetic power

    6. Mitochondria draw oxygen to the spinning Fo head because atomic oxygen is paramagnetic = paramagnetic atoms are drawn to magnets.

    7. The spin of the Fo's head can occur without electron chain transport. Red light accomplishes this task. Normal red light in the sun comes from the atomic spectra of hydrogen in the sun. NO, and UV light slows ECT flow. NO is formed by UVA light. UVA and UVB light normally slow ECT flow. This light means fewer electrons from food are needed as this light shows up diurnally daily. This is why breakfast is the largest meal of the day, when little UV light is present, and why we should eat less as the day progresses. The Fo head spins from the constant red light present in sunlight from sunrise to sunset.

    8. This video helps explain parabiosis studies that show when young animals' blood is given to old animals the older animals seem to perform as a younger animal. This shows you basic quantum effects in more efficient systems.

    9. Younger animals tend to have better refractive indices in their tissues. The refractive index of a material is a property of its electronic structure. If the addition of charge changes the electronic structure, then the refractive index changes. Sunlight affects the refractive index of tissues because it powers electrons in tissues which change their inherent electronic structure.

  2. ATP Synthesis Theory - a reversing F1.

    (A) Schematic drawing of experimental setup.
    In this "experiment", a large number of F1 molecules were enclosed in an observation chamber and forcibly rotated in the reverse direction with a magnetic bead tweezer system. The synthesized ATP was detected as bioluminescence using the luciferin–luciferase system. Although ATP synthesis upon reverse rotation was clearly demonstrated, the uncertainty of the number of active F1 molecules in the chamber did not allow a quantitative estimation of the mechanochemical coupling ratio.
    (B) Experimental procedure of ATP synthesis. Active single F1 is enclosed in a femtolitre chamber (left).
    • It is hypothesized that a magnetic bead attached to the γ-subunit is forcibly rotated by magnetic tweezers (centre).
    • Newly synthesized ATP is accumulated in the chamber.
    • The number of synthesized ATP molecules is determined from the increments in the ATP-driven rotational speed of released F1 (right).
    (C) ATP synthesis by reversing α3β3γ (left) and α3β3γε (right).
    • Each trace is derived from individual F1 molecules.
    • Dotted lines indicate slopes of the coupling ratio of 0% (0 ATP/turn), 50% (1.5 ATP/turn) and 100% (3 ATP/turn).
    Note: The rotation assay under ATP hydrolysis conditions were simulated by using gold nanorods

    Last edited: Sep 16, 2022

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