Mass Extinctions, Evolutionary Leaps, and the Virus-Information Connection


The Living Force
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A few research efforts in the field of astrobiology

Trying to find out more about the Orgeil meteorite, led to research efforts in Russia. The Brown University in US has been a cosponsor, but with the current sanctions, we will see how that progresses. Below are some terms and links that turned up.

The abstract book from The Twelfth Moscow Solar System Symposium, (12M-S3) Space Research Institute in Moscow, Russia held from October 11-15, 2021, "sponsored by: • Space Research Institute RAS • Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry RAS • Brown University, USA:
ISBN: 978-5-00015-015-3 DOI: 10.21046/12M-S3 © Федеральное Государственное Бюджетное Учреждение Науки ИНСТИТУТ КОСМИЧЕСКИХ ИССЛЕДОВАНИЙ РОССИЙСКОЙ АКАДЕМИИ НАУК (ИКИ РАН) 2021
has a section, page 214 to 241 in the document, under the heading astrobiology. There one finds accompanying text to oral communications and posters.

Below are titles from page 13 in the document relating to astrobiology
14.40–17.30 ASTROBIOLOGY SESSION Conveners: Oleg KOTSYURBENKO, Elena VOROBYOVA conference hall, second floor

14.40–15.00 Sohan JHEETA Where were the molecules of life made? 12MS3-AB-01
15.00–15.15 Vladimir KOMPANICHENKO Origin of life on a planet by efficient response of prebiotic systems to high-frequency oscillations in the environment 12MS3-AB-02
15.15–15.30 Daniil MIRONOV Prospects for the use of lichens in astrobiological and astroecological research 12MS3-AB-03
15.30–15.45 Ximena ABREVAYA et al UV radiation from stellar flares: a constraint for life? 12MS3-AB-04
15.45–16.00 Eduardo CORTON et al Microbial fuel cells as extraterrestrial microbial life sensors 12MS3-AB-05
16.00–16.20 COFFEE-BREAK 16.20–16.40 Richard HOOVER et al Extraterrestrial & intraterrestrial diatoms & cyanobacteria: implications to the origin and distribution of biospheres 12MS3-AB-06
16.40–17.00 Janusz PETKOWSKI et al Phosphine and other Venusian cloud anomalies 12MS3-AB-07

17.00–17.30 POSTER SESSION, SESSION ASTROBIOLOGY 7 posters * 4 min

Richard HOOVER et al Extraterrestrial cyanobacteria and diatoms in the Orgueil (CI1) and Murchison (CM2) carbonaceous chondrites 12MS3-AB-PS-01
Oleg KOTSYURBENKO et al Succession of hypothetical microbial communities on Venus during planetary climate change 12MS3-AB-PS-02
Dmitry SKLADNEV et al Aerosol or foam – which structure of Venusian clouds is better for survival of hypothetical microbial communities 12MS3-AB-PS-03
Sergey BULAT et al Resistance of DNA(Microbial) to radiation damage on the frosty Jovian Europa surface 12MS3-AB-PS-04
Hamidreza GUILANI and Aila PORO The Necessity of Developing ML and AI for Future Astronomy 12MS3-AB-PS-05
Vladimir CHEPTSOV et al Perchlorate tolerance of soil microbial communities 12MS3-AB-PS-06
Andrey BELOV and Vladimir CHEPTSOV Resistance and metabolic activity of soil prokaryotiс communities under conditions of water deficiency: astrobiological implications 12MS3-AB-PS-07

From the page of the conference, one can access the photo gallery and the home pages of previous conferences. To find out what they were discussing, you can download the respective abstract books.

The conference for this year will be in October, you can follow the plans here: The Thirteenth Moscow Solar System Symposium | The Thirteenth Moscow Solar System Symposium Under important dates, they say the last chance to submit an abstract is August 10, or next Wednesday.

On the page of The Ninth Moscow Solar System Symposium, they wrote:
Abstract Books of previous symposia are present at:
Doing a search for "astrobiology" gave 2800 hits, though many are listed with Russian titles. Another term and related to astrobiology is exobiology, but there were not many hits.

Combining "astrobiology and virus" brought 48 hits among which few appeared relevant, but one article introduced the concept of astrovirology:
Aaron J. Berliner, Tomohiro Mochizuki, and Kenneth M. Stedman
Published Online:1 Feb 2018

Viruses are the most abundant biological entities on modern Earth. They are highly diverse both in structure and genomic sequence, play critical roles in evolution, strongly influence terran biogeochemistry, and are believed to have played important roles in the origin and evolution of life. However, there is yet very little focus on viruses in astrobiology. Viruses arguably have coexisted with cellular life-forms since the earliest stages of life, may have been directly involved therein, and have profoundly influenced cellular evolution. Viruses are the only entities on modern Earth to use either RNA or DNA in both single- and double-stranded forms for their genetic material and thus may provide a model for the putative RNA-protein world. With this review, we hope to inspire integration of virus research into astrobiology and also point out pressing unanswered questions in astrovirology, particularly regarding the detection of virus biosignatures and whether viruses could be spread extraterrestrially. We present basic virology principles, an inclusive definition of viruses, review current virology research pertinent to astrobiology, and propose ideas for future astrovirology research foci. Key Words: Astrobiology—Virology—Biosignatures—Origin of life—Roadmap. Astrobiology 18, 207–223.
Then I attempted "virus fossilized" and was introduced to the topic of palaeontology/paleontology. If one combines astrobiology and paleontology, there was a link to a lecture in Russian: Results of bacterial paleontology and astrobiology
Seminar of NCC SETI and sections 'Life and Mind in the Universe' NSA RAS
Seminar agenda: Academician Alexey Yurievich Rozanov.[...]
February 27, 2019, SAI conference hall, Moscow. site Russian SETI
Title in Russian: Итоги бактериальной палеонтологии и астробиология.
I did not watch all of it, it has the feel of being a popular presentation for an audience that may be highly educated, but not specialists in this field. The presentation of the speaker raises questions that could lead to new discoveries, and the old academician points out there is sufficient work needed to keep his descendants busy in the search of the answers.


The Living Force
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Photos of the Orgueil meteorite in Montauban, and more on meteorites in France
These pictures were taken by @luc as are a couple of the large attached files. But since they were large, I made a screenshot of the large picture files in Windows 10, as they can't be inserted without modifications.
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The next three were taken with a smartphone, but could fit in the post format without adaptation.

Apparently the meteorite came from the West, as shown in the image below, this would give it less friction when hitting the atmosphere than if it had come from the east. On the other hand, the angular speed of the earth at the level of Montauban is small compared to the speed of the meteorite is small. If the circumference of the Earth is 40000 km then the angular speed at the Equator would be around 1670 km per hour. At 44 degrees north latitude, it might be only 1200 km per hour, or 0.33 km per second, which is little compared to the speed of the meteorite hitting the earth atmosphere at 18 km per second.
Below the Orgueil meteorite, there are a few smaller ones from different places.
Meteorite research in France
The museum sells a special edition of a magazine, that takes a close look at four French meteorites and writes: meteorites of yesterday/the science of tomorrow.

In general, France has a large collection of meteorites and many falls have been documented. On, there is an article that presents them: The meteorite collection of the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, France January 2006, Geological Society London Special Publications 256(1)
Authors: Catherine L.V. Caillet Komorowski Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
The French national meteorite collection of the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle (MNHN) represents one of the richest collections in the world in terms of its historical heritage and scientific value, particularly for samples of observed falls (512). In fact, early meteoritic research was dominated by French 18th and 19th century scientists such as René Just Haüy, Auguste Daubrée, Stanislas Meunier and Alfred Lacroix. They all contributed, along with Jean Orcel and Paul Pellas in the last 80 years, to form this exceptional collection. The fall at L’Aigle in 1803 led to the recognition of the nature of meteorites and the promotion of the science of meteoritics by Jean-Baptiste Biot. The first catalogue of the meteorite collection elaborated by Cordier in 1837 contained 43 specimens. The collection now contains about 3385 specimens representing 1343 distinct meteorites, to which can be added at least 3000 tektites and numerous specimens of impactites, casts, artificial samples and thin sections. France has the greatest number of meteorite falls by surface unit and by number of inhabitants, with 70 distinct meteorite falls recovered. The collection offers a diverse range of meteorites such as those containing rare presolar grains, the famous carbonaceous chondrite Orgueil (fall, 14 May 1864), the first martian meteorite, Chassigny (fall, 3 October 1815) and Ensisheim (fall, 7 November 1492), which is one of the two oldest observed and documented meteorites and the first meteorite to be registered in the catalogue. The MNHN collection represents a resource that is particularly appreciated by the scientific community.
The paper has a map of the falls, where you also can find the locations of Agen, Orgueil, Saint Sauveaur and Granés

Map of all meteorites collected on the French territory. Observed falls like Nicorps, Mont Vaiser or Aire sur la Lys whose samples do not exist or have disappeared (Carion et al. 2003), as well as new acquisitions that have been described but not yet catalogued, are not shown on this map. St., Saint; Ste., Sainte.


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In the context of my research I'm looking for the Kindle version of "The Body Electric: Electromagnetism And The Foundation Of Life". Unfortunately it's not available on Amazon. I downloaded pdf versions and converted them but they don't allow highlighting or changing font size.
Has anyone a real Kindle version of this book?


Jedi Master
In the context of my research I'm looking for the Kindle version of "The Body Electric: Electromagnetism And The Foundation Of Life". Unfortunately it's not available on Amazon. I downloaded pdf versions and converted them but they don't allow highlighting or changing font size.
Has anyone a real Kindle version of this book?
There’s another book that proceeded his called Bioenergetics by Albert Szent-Gyorgyi that might help your research. He’s another scientist who was eventually shunned by the establishment for his research and it proceeded Becker’s.

Another thing that might be useful for people at least on this forum might be a timeline of when diseases popped up and other occurrences for instance the introduction of electricity or say something like Sigmund Freud who claimed neuroalgia was a completely mental disease, where before lots of evidence showed it was caused by electricity.

I also find it interesting that the free radical theory of aging started in 1956. While they certainly damage the body, they’re probably moreso a consequence of all the artificial EMF/electricity/magnetic fields we’ve introduced since around 1890 when AC power went online. It’s a search for the structuring forces of the body and molecular reactions don’t appear to me to be at the base. Glad the HBOT is helping you Pierre and that you’re able to continue your research!


Jedi Master
Here’s an example of what I mean. It was known for a long time that somehow plants converted sunlight into energy with CO2, eventually expelling it as O2. However the mechanism is probably best understood by solid state physics and semiconductors. Here’s a timeline on how they were developed, at least the public timeline which is always something to consider.

Now while that was happening many people were studying the effects of artificial EMF/electricity/magnetic fields on biological life and beyond certain very very small limits it was overwhelmingly negative. You eventually see the manifestations of disease, influenza, chronic inflammation, diseases where it’s claimed the immune system is attacking the body ect…. But there’s nothing the immune system can do if the body is being constantly exposed to the artificial fields which ultimately have a degrading effect, which perhaps explains why the PTB push germ theory so heavily right? Otherwise the entire grid gets shut down, or at least fundamentally changed to work in harmony with biological systems.

Anyway, it seems like most of the functions of the body can be explained by what happens in semiconductors, because they’re able to move very small amounts of energy such as one electron or one photon.

What I’m saying is that you can start to see the unseen when you trace the history of these developments, for example Pasteur being promoted over BeChamp because ultimately the PTB/4DSTS overlords benefit from the masses of humanity favoring the germ theory and dismissing the terrain theory, because the logical end of the terrain theory ends in us fundamentally understanding biological processes on the electron/photon level. But we can’t get there until say the 1960s or so when things like SQUIDs were invented that could measure magnetic fields at the strength detected by biological cells. It’s all fascinating to put together, and by understanding all of these processes it’s really amazing to think we will ultimately get to use them to create life.

MK Scarlett

The Living Force
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Thanks for the suggestion. I added this book to my reading list along with Fritz-A.Popp Biologie de la Lumière
Thanks @Pierre! I've just ordered it as well as the Julien Rodet's Actions physiologiques et dangers des courants électriques, originally published in 1917. 10 €, but unfortunately, no Kindle available.

I also have in my WishList the M. l'Abbé Bertholon's De L'électricité Du Corps Humain Dans L'état De Santé Et De Maladie, originally published back in 1786. This one interests me since I've read that for Bertholon, earthquakes are electrical phenomena. From (in French):
I attached the Pdf of this article.

I also found a study by Juan Carlos Vanegas-Acosta from the Eindhoven University of Technology: "Electric fields and biological cells: numerical insight into possible interaction mechanisms", published in 2015. I've found it first HERE on Semantic Scholar.
The link to the Pdf is here, but I also attached it.
At the beginning of the Pdf, there is a long and detailed summary, that could help navigating to go straight to the point you would like to read. From it, it seems to me that it could be a good way to understand/learn some basics about the electric body and how it works!
Here is the link of his studies available via Research Gate in case it would interest someone.


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The Living Force
Regarding Popp, I'm reposting some of the research I found for an old thread I opened a while back, a repeat isn't always helpful, but you never know, so here goes:
Dr. Popp proved that light in your body is stored by, and emitted from, your DNA. The DNA inside each cell vibrates at a frequency of several billion hertz (which is unfortunately the same range at which modern cell phone communication systems also work).

The vibration is created through the coil-like contraction and extension of your DNA -- which occurs several billion times per second -- and every time it contracts, it squeezes out one single biophoton; a light particle.

That photon contains all the information on everything going on in your DNA at that moment. One single biophoton can carry more than four megabytes of information, and relays this information to other biophotons it crosses in the biophoton field outside your body.

All the photons that are emitted from your body communicate with each other in this highly structured light field that surrounds your body, and which is the actual carrier of your long-term memory. This light field also regulates the activity of your metabolic enzymes.

The information transfer on biophotons is bidirectional, which means your DNA sends information out on a photon, and on the same photon the information of all the biophotons from your body is broadcast back to your cells, and to your tubulin, which are light conductive molecules in your connective tissue.

The tubulin, in turn, receives the information-carrying light impulse and conducts it at the speed of light throughout your body, where it is translated inside each cell into activating or inactivating certain metabolic enzymes.

Illness Occurs When Biophoton Emissions are Out of Sync:

Research by Dr. Popp also showed that the light emissions of healthy people follow a set biological rhythm for day and night and also by week and month, as though they are connected to biorhythms of the earth, as well.

However, in his studies, the light emissions from cancer patients had no such rhythms and appeared scrambled, which suggests their cells were no longer communicating properly. Likewise, according to his research, Dr. Popp found that in multiple sclerosis patients were taking in too much light, leading to a similar confusion on a cellular level. Even stress influenced people's biophoton emissions, causing them to increase in response to the stress.

It's known, too, that cancer-causing chemicals alter your body's biophoton emissions, interrupting cellular communications, while certain substances help restore them. Dr. Popp found mistletoe to be one such substance that appeared to restore the biophoton emissions of tumor cells to a normal level.

Interestingly, even conventional medicine confirmed that mistletoe extract does appear to have a beneficial effect on cancer, with one study published in Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine showing that mean survival rates nearly doubled among breast cancer patients who received mistletoe extract.

Because light is such an integral part of your body's processes, biophoton therapies are at the forefront of medicine. For instance, therapies are emerging that involve stimulating the body with specific quantities of light to reduce pain and promote healing processes.

One fascinating alternative practice that Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt has started using, based on this science, is to use tools that work with light to influence your biophoton field in beneficial ways. For example, transmitting the information of nutrients in the form of light into your biophotons field can affect your body in the same way as eating the nutrient!
Read the whole article here:

Dr. Garjajev claims that this communication is not something that happens only inside the individual cells or between one cell and another. He claims organisms use this "light" to "talk" to other organisms and suggested that this could explain telepathy and ESP. It was like human beings already had their own wireless internet based on our DNA
All vibrations of energy are part of the electro-magnetic spectrum. These include electrical energy, heat, sound, light, radio waves and radioactive waves. UV light is merely a small portion of the spectrum of EM energy with a very short wavelength.
What Popp discovered was that benzo[a]pyrene (the cancer producing molecule) absorbed the UV light, then re-emitted it at a completely different frequency -- it was a light "scrambler". The benzo[e]pyrene (harmless to humans), allowed the UV light to pass through it unaltered.
In every instance, the compounds that were carcinogenic took the UV light, absorbed it and changed or scrambled the frequency.
There was another odd property of these compounds: each of the carcinogens reacted only to light at a specific frequency -- 380 nm (nanometres) in the ultra-violet range. Popp kept wondering why a cancer-causing substance would be a light scrambler. He began reading the scientific literature specifically about human biological reactions, and came across information about a phenomenon called 'photorepair'.
It is well known from biological laboratory experiments that if you blast a cell with UV light so that 99 per cent of the cell, including its DNA, is destroyed, you can almost entirely repair the damage in a single day just by illuminating the cell with the same wavelength at a much weaker intensity. To this day, scientists don't understand this phenomenon, called photorepair, but no one has disputed it.
He was also struck by the fact that photorepair works most efficiently at 380 nm -- the same frequency that the cancer-causing compounds react to and scramble.
This was where Popp made his logical leap. If the carcinogens only react to this frequency, it must somehow be linked to photorepair. If so, this would mean that there must be some kind of light in the body responsible for photorepair. A compound must cause cancer because it permanently blocks this light and scrambles it, so photorepair can't work anymore. It seemed logical, but was it true?

This energy is the driving force for all the molecules in our body. Before any chemical reaction can occur, at least one electron must be activated by a photon with a certain wavelength and enough energy.
The biochemist and Nobel Prize winner Lehninger mentions in his textbook that some reactions in the living cell happen quite a lot faster than what corresponds to 37C temperature. The explanation seems to be that the body purposely directs chemical reactions by means of electromagnetic vibrations (biophotons).
Photons (Light) control everything in the cell:

Photons switch on the body's processes like an orchestra conductor bringing each individual instrument into the collective sound. At different frequencies, they perform different functions. Popp found that molecules in the cells responded to certain frequencies, and that a range of vibrations from the photons caused a variety of frequencies in other molecules of the body.

This theory has been supported by Dr. Veljko Veljkovic who now heads the Center for Multidisciplinary Research and Engineering, Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinca. She dared to ask the question that has forever puzzled cellular biologists: What is it that enabled the tens of thousands of different kinds of molecules in the organism to recognize their specific targets? Living processes depend on selective interactions between particular molecules, and that is true for basic metabolism to the subtlest nuances of emotion. It's like trying to find a friend in a very big very crowded ballroom in the dark.

The conventional picture of a cell even now is that of a bag of molecules dissolved in water. And through bumping into one another by chance -- random collisions -- those molecules that have complementary shapes lock onto to each other so the appropriate biochemical reactions can take place. This 'lock and key' model has been refined to a more flexible (and realistic) 'induced fit' hypothesis that allows each molecule to change shape slightly to fit the other better after they get in touch, but the main idea remains the same.

It is supposed to explain how enzymes can recognize their respective substrates, how antibodies in the immune system can grab onto specific foreign invaders and disarm them. By extension, that's how proteins can 'dock' with different partner proteins, or latch onto specific nucleic acids to control gene expression, or assemble into ribosomes for translating proteins, or other multi-molecular complexes that modify the genetic messages in various ways. But with thousands -- or even hundreds of thousands of reactions happening each second in just one cell this seems pushing the "mechanical" concept a bit too far.

What has been proposed is that somehow each molecule sends out a unique electromagnetic field that can "sense" the field of the complimentary molecule. It's as if there is a "dance" in the cellular medium and the molecules move to the rythm. The music is supplied by the biophoton.

"Veljkovic and Cosic proposed that molecular interactions are electrical in nature, and they take place over distances that are large compared with the size of molecules. Cosic later introduced the idea of dynamic electromagnetic field interactions, that molecules recognize their particular targets and vice versa by electromagnetic resonance. In other words, the molecules send out specific frequencies of electromagnetic waves which not only enable them to 'see' and 'hear' each other, as both photon and phonon modes exist for electromagnetic waves, but also to influence each other at a distance and become ineluctably drawn to each other if vibrating out of phase (in a complementary way)."
-- The Real Bioinformatics Revolution: Proteins and Nucleic Acids Singing to One Another? (Paper available at

"There are about 100,000 chemical reactions happening in every cell each second. The chemical reaction can only happen if the molecule which is reacting is excited by a photon... Once the photon has excited a reaction it returns to the field and is available for more reactions... We are swimming in an ocean of light."

These 'biophoton emission', as Popp called them, provided an ideal communication system for the transfer of information to many cells across the organism. But the single most important question remained: where was the light coming from?

A particularly gifted student talked him into another experiment. It is known that when ethidium bromide is applied to samples of DNA, it insinuates itself in between the base pairs of the double helix, causing DNA to unwind. The student suggested that, after applying the chemical, they measure the light coming from the sample. Popp found that the greater the concentration of ethidium, the more the DNA unravelled, but also the stronger the intensity of light. Conversely, the less he used, the less light was emitted.

He also found that DNA could send out a wide range of frequencies, some of which seemed to be linked to certain functions. If DNA stored this light, it would naturally emit more light on being unzipped.

These and other studies proved to Popp that one of the most essential sources of light and biophoton emissions was DNA. DNA was like the master tuning fork of the body. It would strike a particular frequency and certain molecules would follow. It was also possible, he realised, that he had stumbled upon the missing link in current DNA theory that could account for perhaps the greatest miracle of all in human biology -- how a single cell can turn into a fully formed human being.

How cells "talk" to each other:

When you get a cut or scratch on your skin, the cells that are injured somehow signal the surrounding healthy cells to begin reproducing copies of themselves to fill in and mend the opening. When the skin is back to normal, a signal is sent to the cells to tell them to stop reproducing. Scientists have wondered exactly how this works.

With biophoton emissions, Popp believed he had an answer to this question. This phenomenon of coordination and communication could only occur in a holistic system with one central orchestrator. Popp showed in his experiments that these weak light emissions were sufficient to orchestrate the body's repairs. The emissions had to be low intensity because these communications took place on a very small, intracellular, quantum level. Higher intensities would have an effect only in the world of the large and would create too much "noise" to be effective.

The number of photons emitted seemed to be linked to the organism's position on the evolutionary scale -- the more complex the organism, the fewer photons were emitted. Rudimentary animals and plants tended to emit 100 photons/cm2/sec at a wavelength of 200-800 nm, corresponding to a very-high-frequency EM wave well within the visible range, whereas humans emit only 10 photons/cm2/sec at the same frequency.

In one series of studies, Popp had one of his assistants -- a 27-year-old healthy young woman -- sit in the room every day for nine months while he took photon readings of a small area of her hand and forehead. Popp then analysed the data and discovered, to his surprise, that the light emissions followed certain set patterns -- biological rhythms at 7, 14, 32, 80 and 270 days -- and similarities were also noted by day or night, by week and by month, as though the body were following the world's biorhythms as well as its own.
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Cancer is a loss of coherent light:

So far, Popp had studied only healthy individuals and found an exquisite coherence at the quantum level. But what kind of light is present in those who are ill?

Popp tried out his machine on a series of cancer patients. In every instance, these patients had lost those natural periodic rhythms as well as their coherence. The lines of internal communication were scrambled. They had lost their connection with the world. In effect, their light was going out.

Just the opposite is seen with multiple sclerosis: MS is a state of too much order. Patients with this disease are taking in too much light, thereby inhibiting their cells' ability to do their job. Too much cooperative harmony prevented flexibility and individuality -- like too many soldiers marching in step as they cross a bridge, causing it to collapse. Perfect coherence is an optimal state between chaos and order. With too much cooperation, it is as though individual members of the orchestra are no longer able to improvise. In effect, MS patients are drowning in light.

Popp also examined the effects of stress. In a stressed state, the rate of biophoton emissions goes up -- a defence mechanism designed to restore the patient's equilibrium.

Popp now recognized that what he'd been experimenting with was even more than a cure for cancer or Gestaltbildung. Here was a model which provided a better explanation than the current neo-Darwinist theory for how all living things evolve on the planet. Rather than a system of fortunate but ultimately random error, if DNA uses frequencies of every variety as an information tool, this suggests instead a feedback system of perfect communication through waves that encode and transfer information.
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"Good vibes" means coherent light:

Popp came to realize that light in the body might even hold the key to health and illness. In one experiment, he compared the light from free-range hens' eggs with that from penned-in, caged hens. The photons in the former were far more coherent than those in the latter.

Popp went on to use biophoton emissions as a tool for measuring the quality of food. The healthiest food had the lowest and most coherent intensity of light. Any disturbance in the system increased the production of photons. Health was a state of perfect subatomic communication, and ill health was a state of communication breakdown. We are ill when our waves are out of synch.

Bio Photon emission detection is currently used commercially in the food industry. Agricultural science is looking at Bio-photon emissions to determine plant health for the purposes of food quality control. Biophotonen is a company working for development and practical applications of biophotonics. The work is based on a variety of patents. "Biophotonen" solves practical problems of food industry, environmental industry, cosmetics, etc.

In the 1970s Dr. Veljko Veljkovic, who now heads the Center for Multidisciplinary Research and Engineering, Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinca, also discovered a method for predicting which of the hundreds of new chemicals made by the rapidly expanding chemical industry were carcinogenic, by calculating certain electronic, biophotonic properties of the molecules. This method was soon found equally applicable to predicting organic chemicals that were mutagenic, or toxic, and even those that were antibiotic, or cytostatic (anticancer). Veljkovic's institute in Belgrade has since teamed up with other European laboratories to apply the same method to drug discovery, especially against AIDS disease.
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Communication between organisms

Thus, it dawned on Popp that these emissions had a purpose outside of the body. Wave resonance wasn't only being used to communicate inside the body, but between living things as well. Two healthy beings engaged in 'photon sucking', as he called it, by exchanging photons. Popp realised that this exchange might unlock the secret of some of the animal kingdom's most persistent conundrums: how schools of fish or flocks of birds create perfect and instantaneous coordination. Many experiments on the homing ability of animals demonstrate that it has nothing to do with following habitual trails, scents or even the EM fields of the earth, but rather some form of silent communication that acts like an invisible rubber band, even when the animals are separated by miles of distance.

For humans, there was another possibility. If we could take in the photons of other living things, we might also be able to use the information from them to correct our own light if it went awry
The major transmission difference between window glass and quartz is that quartz transmits both ultraviolet and infrared well, while glass is relatively opaque to ultraviolet and infrared. Both quartz and glass transmit visible light. Thus glass is a suppressor of the paranormal channel, while quartz is not.

In 1950, Western researchers found that cells could be killed in darkness with ultraviolet radiation, kept shielded from visible light for twenty-four hours or longer, and then if radiated with visible light the cells would start reviving by hundreds of thousands even though they had been clinically dead.

Specifically, every cell emits mitogenetic radiation in the ultraviolet range twice: when it is born and when it dies. The UV photon emitted at death contains the exact virtual state pattern of the condition of the cell at death. The healthy cells are bombarded with death messages from those that are dying, and this diffuses the death pattern throughout the healthy culture, eventually kindling into the same death pattern there.

Popp had begun experimenting with such an idea. If cancer-causing chemicals could alter the body's biophoton emissions, then it might be that other substances could reintroduce better communication. Popp wondered whether certain plant extracts could change the character of the biophoton emissions from cancer cells to make them communicate again with the rest of the body. He began experimenting with a number of non-toxic substances purported to be successful in treating cancer. In all but one instance, these substances only increased the photons from tumour cells, making them even more deadly to the body.

The single success story was mistletoe, which appeared to help the body to 'resocialise' the photon emissions of tumour cells back to normal. In one of numerous cases, Popp came across a woman in her thirties who had breast and vaginal cancer. Popp found a mistletoe remedy that created coherence in her cancer tissue samples. With the agreement of her doctor, the woman stopped any treatment other than the mistletoe extract and, after a year, all her laboratory tests were virtually back to normal.

To Popp, homoeopathy was another example of photon sucking. He had begun to think of it as a 'resonance absorber'. Homoeopathy rests upon the notion that like is treated with like. A plant extract that at full strength can cause hives in the body is used in an extremely diluted form to get rid of it. If a rogue frequency in the body can produce certain symptoms, it follows that a high dilution of a substance which can produce the same symptoms would also carry that frequency. Like a resonating tuning fork, a suitable homoeopathic solution might attract and then absorb the abnormal oscillations, allowing the body to return to normal health.

Popp thought that electro-magnetic molecular signalling might even explain acupuncture. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the human body has a system of meridians, running deep in the tissues, through which flows an invisible energy the Chinese call ch'i, or the life force. The ch'i supposedly enters the body through these acupuncture points and flows to deeper organ structures (which do not correspond to those in Western biology), providing energy (or the life force). Illness occurs when this energy is blocked at any point along the pathways. According to Popp, the meridian system transmits specific energy waves to specific zones of the body.

Research has shown that many of the acupuncture points have a dramatically reduced electrical resistance compared with the surrounding skin (10 kilo-ohms and 3 mega-ohms, respectively). Orthopaedic surgeon Dr Robert Becker, who has done a great deal of research on EM fields in the body, designed a special electrode recording device that rolls along the body like a pizza cutter. His many studies have shown electrical charges on every one of the people tested corresponding to the Chinese meridian points.

[Extracted from The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe, by Lynne McTaggart]
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Light in human consciousness:

I mention this latest work for those who may wish to explore the boundaries of photon research and theory. In a ground-breaking paper with the lengthy title of "Orchestrated Objective Reduction of Quantum Coherence in Brain Microtubules: The 'Orch OR' Model for Consciousness" by Stuart Hameroff and Roger Penrose, the brain is described as a quantum computer whose main architecture are the cytoskeletal microtubules and other structures within each of the brain's neurons.

If you examine a neuron, you will see that there are many hollow tubes surrounding the axon. These microtubules have been thought of as a kind of scaffold to support the nerve fiber. But they are now getting a second look as the possible architecture of our consciousness.

The particular characteristics of microtubules that make them suitable for quantum effects include their crystal-like lattice structure, hollow inner core, organization of cell function and capacity for information processing. According to the researchers, their size appears perfectly designed to transmit photons in the UV range.

"Traditionally viewed as the cell's 'bone-like' scaffolding, microtubules and other cytoskeletal structures now appear to fill communicative and information processing roles. Theoretical models suggest how conformational states of tubulins within microtubule lattices can interact with neighboring tubulins to represent, propagate and process information as in molecular-level 'cellular automata' computing systems." -- Hameroff and Watt, 1982; Rasmussen et al, 1990; Hameroff et al, 1992

In their paper, Hameroff and Penrose present a model linking microtubules to consciousness using quantum theory. In their model, quantum coherence emerges, and is isolated in brain microtubules until a threshold related to quantum gravity is reached. The resultant self-collapse creates an instantaneous "now" event. Sequences of such events create a flow of time, and consciousness.

Don't worry if you can't understand this. It's heavy reading but it does show that the existence of internal photons -- inner light -- is very real and is the basis of virtually all human cellular and systemic function.

Could the Russian scientists really have changed a salamander embryo into a frog with lasers? I prefer to wait until the actual details of the experiment are published and reviewed -- but I am much less apt to dismiss this as fiction now that I know about our inner lights.
For a full view with pictures , schemas and photos it's right here: ( this site is not secure, but i didn't have any problem)
This one is an unsecured PDF of the same category!

A video interview with Popp:

And to finish the list:


Zak's posting and its supplemental information needs more reading than I have invested as yet. Nonetheless, it brings to mind:

(Ryu) To go back to Pierre's comment, are Covid vaccines used as ethnic weapons?

A: Can be. Docking elements included.

Q: (L) So the vaccine has things in it that are docking elements for later propagation of some kind of pathogen?

A: Yes

Regarding Popp
"By extension, that's how proteins can 'dock' with different partner proteins, or latch onto specific nucleic acids to control gene expression, or assemble into ribosomes for translating proteins....." This idea is amended "But with thousands -- or even hundreds of thousands of reactions happening each second in just one cell this seems pushing the "mechanical" concept a bit too far" and replaced with "Cosic later introduced the idea of dynamic electromagnetic field interactions, that molecules recognize their particular targets and vice versa by electromagnetic resonance." So the docking potential remains, but the mechanism to facilitate an inhibit it is understood differently (even expanded).

2. My mother was alive during a flu epidemic in the 30's that was killing people. My grandmother sent all her children to her doctor, Doctor Fogelberg (sp?), who "hooked the kids up to electrical machines" that instantaneously cured their flu. When Dr. Fogelberg died, my mother said that a large number of government vehicles and personnel appeared at his office, removed all his equipment and documents, and then drove off, leaving his office completely empty.

3. When I first got on the internet about 1995, the content was primarily scientific. It was delightful. There was a European website of over 1000 pages that listed every wavelength with a paragraph explaining exactly what disease each wavelength cured, and the country and researcher who had investigated it. It was fascinating, and I perused a lot of it. I should have printed it, because it subsequently disappeared, and I've never seen anything like it again. I can only surmise that the cure for all diseases is known, but suppressed, and this posting points to what must be re-discovered.


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There was a European website of over 1000 pages that listed every wavelength with a paragraph explaining exactly what disease each wavelength cured, and the country and researcher who had investigated it. It was fascinating, and I perused a lot of it. I should have printed it, because it subsequently disappeared, and I've never seen anything like it again.
Have you tried to look on the Wayback Machine? It's a very useful tool with more than 700 billions webpages archived. Fingers crossed!
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