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The thread for proof of quantum biology in living things

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 8, 2016.

  1. Jack Kruse

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    The paper indicates the specific molecule for magnetoreception was unknown at the time. Found this paper that refers to molecule Cry1a, a highly conserved molecule with action in the UV range.

    "One additional remarkable aspect is that Cry1a is restricted to the UV/V cones in both chickens and robins. This is in agreement with behavioral data indicating the same type of magnetic compass for both species [2],[3]. The two species belong to avian lineages that separated already about 95 million years ago in the late Cretaceous [35]. Hence our histological data also support the idea of a very early evolution of the avian magnetic compass, which seems to have taken place already in the Mesozoic in the common ancestor of modern birds."

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    Cells are designed to structure water during daylight hours and the effect lasts long into the night when quantum coherent excitations are occuring in the absence of light and during REM sleep when we are paralyzed. Motion disturbs the quantum state.

    Modern birds all come from ancient therapod dinosaurs.
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    During daylight hours the sun builds a massive battery in cell water and water stores that potential energy for a long period of time as Gerald Pollack has showed. As that charge is built up during day this allows to a decoherence as the cell physical properties allows for decoherence with the environment under the power of the suns waves. They to understand is that in warm environment coherence can be maintained in transient fashion at night. During the absence of sun at night, while using the massive charges stored in cell water called the exclusion zone, cells become able to transiently able to become quantum coherent. This allows for regeneration and the creation of the living state. This implies that sleep was likely the original state that life began and living things evolved wakefulness during daylight hours. How would nocturnal animals have powered their metabolisms and mitochondria? Could it be the varying release of solar neutrino's at night? We know nocturnal animals reversed the diurnal process that uses sunrise and sunset as the major oscillator. Could they also use other formation of cosmic radiation from the Van Allen belts at night? John Ott thought about this possibility. We know IR light is present day and night to affect ATP creation and help yoke their circadian systems with other frequencies of light. What about the other frequencies of light found in the spectrum of light we do not observe. Could they be a source of energy that nocturnal animals use? No matter how improbable this appears to physicists nature laws do not forbid quantum coherence by any know law or math proof, therefore, given enough time nature will find a way. We've got to follow the data. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27499509
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