New book: Proteins, Biophotons and the Information Field

benkostka

Jedi Master
I wonder if negative air ions have a connection with biophotons? Do they change the chirality of oxygen?
Oxygen can’t be chiral, it’s just two oxygen atoms. One thing the triplet state of electron excitation does is prolong the excitation, so it takes much longer for the electron to fall back to the ground state, sometimes in the order of one million times longer, which amounts to milliseconds. But this would allow much more coherent light to be produced.

Also certain compounds in the body like acetylcholine or adrenaline can either enhance those biophotons or suppress them. So that’s most likely how the ancients were able to heal with light and sound. An understanding of the science probably would allow for lots of noninvasive healing that would be relatively inexpensive.
 

anartist

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Chapter 5: Biophotons​



We have presented in the previous chapter the concept of chirality. As mentioned previously, molecules with the same composition can present two mirror images: "right-handed" (D) or "left-handed" (L). See the cases of ascorbic acid for example.


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The two different chiralities of a molecule

But, what do (D) and (L) exactly stand for? Actually (D) is the initial of Dextrorotatory while (L) is the initial of Levorotatory.

In fact the very definition of dextrorotatory (D) vs levorotatory (L) has nothing to do the chemical properties or chirality per se but with the different ways each of these two types of molecules bent photons:



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When polarized light interacts with chiral molecules, the plane of polarization is rotated

More than that, according to Irena Cosic, it seems that photons, both visible and invisible, are directing the very activity of proteins:



To illustrate this point let’s take the example of two molecules: 3-4 benzopyrene and 1-2 benzopyrene, which are organic compounds with exactly the same chemical composition C20H12:


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Left: 3,4-benzopyrene. Right: 1,2-benzopyrene;



As shown in the diagram above, the only difference between these two molecules is geometrical (location of the benzene compound) but the properties differ drastically. While 3-4 benzopyrene is highly carcinogenic, 1-2 benzopyrene is an harmless molecule.

How can we explain that no difference in chemical composition and only a minute geometrical difference induce such a large difference in chemical properties? When Fritz Popp analyzed the photons emissions of the two molecules he noticed something “unusual”:



One reason why this anomaly in the UV light absorption and reemission has such a drastic effect is because the UV band seems to be used predominantly by living cells to communicate with each other:



So this experiment confirms that it is not the material substance (virus or protein for example) that matters per se but the informational content it attaches to. In other words, what matters is not the material substance but what information it connects to in the Information Field.

The above suggests that it’s not the conformation that causes directly the difference in properties. There seems to be one more step: the geometry affects the photons that in turn affect in the chemical properties (informational content) of a given molecule:


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Geometry modifies light properties that modifies the informational content
that in turn modifies chemical properties

We hypothesized above that the light properties affect our connection with the information field. If this is true, one question is how photons can carry information and, at the same time, be compatible with proteins “antennas”, knowing that these protein antennas display fractal properties:



An individual photon is defined by a few parameters like its wavelength, amplitude and diffraction mode, so its information-carrying capacity is limited proportionally its number of parameters. In addition, an individual photon doesn’t display fractal patterns that would match with the protein/fractal antenna.

Logically as a group, photons can communicate much more information than an individual photon. But this information carrying capacity is de-multiplied if the group of photons behaves in a coherent manner like a Laser for example. In this case synergies appear and the group of coherent photons can carry way more information than the sum of its parts (individual photons). Here is an example that illustrates the above point:



But do biophotons display coherence like Lasers do? Several prominent researchers in the field of biophotons claim so, among whom Bischof[7], Popp and Yan[8], and Bajpai[9] [10].

As stated in the quote above, coherent photons display amazing information carrying capacity but what about the match between the signal (photons) and the antenna (proteins)? We know that proteins contain fractal patterns; can coherent photons also produce fractal patterns?

Light produced by Lasers is coherent; it means in layman’s terms that photons move in unison or in more technical terms the photons wavelengths are in phase in space and time as described in the illustration below:
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Photons produced by a laser are coherent

In 2019, for the first time, scientists managed to produce fractal light patterns from lasers, i.e. coherent photons[11]. In addition they've shown the fractal light could be created in 3D rather than just in 2D:


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Fractal light created by Laser

Like lasers, structured water in living creatures is coherent:

The reason living organisms could appear like a dynamic liquid crystal display is because all of the molecules in the tissues and cells including especially the water molecules, are not only globally aligned as liquid crystals, but also moving coherently together as a whole.

Here is a short video made Mae Wang Ho[12]. It shows how water in a live being is a liquid crystal; it diffracts light like a solid crystal prism. Notice that when the lens of the microscope is rotated the colors of the same body part of daphnia change:


Furthermore structured water is known to emit biophotons[13]. So, one of the next logical questions is: Do biophotons emissions reveal fractal pattern?

As a matter of fact, they do. Although the topic of biophotons in conjunction with fractals is seldom investigated, fractal patterns have been shown in biophotons emissions in this paper titled Short-Time Fractal Analysis Of Biological Autoluminescence:



To summarize, we saw that two chiral molecules, two proteins for example, have exactly the same composition; they only differ in handedness. The difference in chirality leads to different biophotons emissions enabling connections the different area of the Information Field, that in turn confer the two molecules with two different informational content i.e. chemical properties:


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The above suggests how important epigenetic factors (diet, emotions, thoughts, actions...) are; for these changes, DNA will express this or that protein/antenna. This change in proteins induces a change in biophotons emissions (fractal patterns) that modulates your very connection to the information field; literally modifying the information you access to.

Here is a diagram showing how chromatin can activate or de-activate gene expression (production of this or that protein/antenna):


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Chromatin can suppress the expression of a gene by neutralizing histones



Coincidently or not, notice that the same chromatin which plays a crucial role in gene expression has also chromatin has photoreception properties:



At this point, you might wonder where biophotons ultimately come from, how are they produced? It seems that oxygen is the main source of biophotons:

The emergence of biophotons is due to the bioluminescent radical and nonradical reactions of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)[18]
More precisely it is the change in electrons spins around the molecule of dioxygen that creates biophotons:



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The transition from O2 singlet to triplet produces photons

In conclusion, we can hypothesize that epigenetic changes may modulate our connection to the Information Field while oxygen may strengthen it.


[1] Robert Becker, Gary Selden (1998) “The Body Electric: Electromagnetism And The Foundation Of Life” William Morrow Paperbacks
[2] Cosic, Irena (2001) “The Resonant Recognition Model of Bio-molecular Interactions: possibility of electromagnetic resonance” Polish Journal of Medical Physics And Engineering 7. 73-87
[3] Fritz-A.Popp (1984) ‘’Biologie de la LumiĂšre’’ RĂ©surgence
[4] Popp, 1984
[5] Banerji A, Navare C. (2013) “Fractal nature of protein surface roughness: a note on quantification of change of surface roughness in active sites, before and after binding” J Mol Recognit. 26(5):201-14
[6] Andrew Wagner (2020) ‘’Communicating via Long-Distance Lasers” NASA
[7] Bischof, Marco (2005) “Biophotons- The Light in Our Cells” Journal of Optometric Phototherapy 15. 1-5
[8] Popp F.A. & Yan Y. (2002) “Delayed luminescence of biological systems in terms of coherent states” Physics Letters A. 293. 93-97
[9] Bajpai, RP. (1998). “Coherent Nature of Biophotons: Experimental Evidence and Phenomenological Model” in: Biophotons. Springer
[10] Bajpai RP. (1999) “Coherent nature of the radiation emitted in delayed luminescence of leaves” J Theor Biol. 198(3):287-99
[11] Hend Sroor et al. (2019) “Fractal light from lasers” Phys. Rev. A 99, 013848
[12] Mae-Wan Ho (2008) “The Rainbow and the Worm: The Physics of Organisms” World Scientific
[13] Glen Caulkins (2012) ‘’ Biophoton Energy Water’’ Personal website
[14] A Hurst exponent below 0.5 means a fractal dimension comprised between 1.5 and 2
[15] Dlask M. et al. (2019) “Short-time fractal analysis of biological autoluminescence” PLoS ONE 14(7): e0214427
[16] Gibney, E. & Nolan, C.M. (2010) “Epigenetics and gene expression” Heredity 105. 4-13. 10.1038
[17] Hughes, A. et al. (2017) “Cell Type-Specific Epigenomic Analysis Reveals a Uniquely Closed Chromatin Architecture in Mouse Rod Photoreceptors” Sci Rep 7, 43184 (2017)
[18] Rahnama, Majid et al. (2010) “Emission of Biophotons and Neural Activity of the Brain” Arxiv
[19] Popp, 1986
Very informative and nicely done Pierre! thank you.
The above suggests how important epigenetic factors (diet, emotions, thoughts, actions...) are; for these changes, DNA will express this or that protein/antenna. This change in proteins induces a change in biophotons emissions (fractal patterns) that modulates your very connection to the information field; literally modifying the information you access to.
did you mean: literally modifying the information you have access to.
To summarize, we saw that two chiral molecules, two proteins for example, have exactly the same composition; they only differ in handedness. The difference in chirality leads to different biophotons emissions enabling connections the different area of the Information Field, that in turn confer the two molecules with two different informational content i.e. chemical properties:
better? enabling connections to the different areas
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Channa

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Comets, Viruses and Evolutionary Leap
chapters 4 and 5 in French
Thanks, Pierre

Channa
 

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Aeneas

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Fascinating work though I can not say that I understand it all.

A few typos, though it could be me not following:

is what directs its binding of the to its receptor
Either a word is missing after 'of the' or the 'of the' is to be deleted.

so its information-carrying capacity is limited proportionally its number of parameters.
to its...?
Here is a short video made Mae Wang Ho
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Coincidently or not, notice that the same chromatin which plays a crucial role in gene expression has also chromatin has photoreception properties:
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Persej

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Here is another proof that geometric shape is important in biology.

Baby deaths mystery from 1930s solved by researchers finding 'abnormal' gene shape link to vitamin D side-effects​


An 80-year-old mystery linked to a wave of baby deaths in the 1930s and 1940s has finally been solved by researchers.

The fatal ingredient was found in household staples - milk, bread, cereal, margarine.

But it was put there to try and make children healthier. In the early 1900s, more than 80% of children were affected by the bone condition rickets, so food was fortified with vitamin D.

The fortification all but eradicated the disease. However, there were fatal side-effects as a result of the measure, as some babies could not metabolise vitamin D properly.

They had a condition which causes a build-up of calcium in the blood, leading to kidney damage and kidney stones, which can be fatal in babies.

Outbreaks of vitamin D intoxication in infants led to fortification bans in many European countries by the 1950s.

Research in 2011 revealed the condition, now known as infantile hypercalcaemia type 1 or HCINF1, is caused by a gene mutation.

But scientists were stumped to find about 10% of patients affected by HCINF1 do not have the genetic mutation.

Many of the baby deaths, and symptoms still experienced by patients today, therefore remained unexplained.

Mystery 'very frightening' for affected mothers​


Now, though, researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have discovered what is going on with these patients - and it's not due to a gene mutation, but their shape.

Lead researcher Dr Darrell Green, from UEA's Norwich Medical School, said most patients who are screened and find out they have HCINF1 also have a mutation in the CYP24A1 gene.

Where people don't have that mutation, but still struggle to process vitamin D, they can continue to have "lifelong problems without a proper diagnosis", he said.

Issues for patients can include recurrent renal stones and severe pain.

Shelley O'Connor, 34, from Norwich, was only diagnosed with HCINF1 11 years ago when she fell pregnant with her first child at the age of 23.

When she started taking pregnancy supplements to help her baby - which included vitamin D - she began to suffer from intense pain which made her midwives think she was going into labour at just 23 weeks.

"It was very frightening," she said. "I was really scared for the baby, but when I had an MRI, they found out that it was actually a kidney stone caused by taking vitamin D as a pregnancy supplement."

'Abnormal' gene shape solves puzzle​


The UEA team collaborated with colleagues at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, where they worked with 47 patients like Shelley to find out how people could have the condition without the mutation.

They used a combination of next generation genetic sequencing and computational modelling to study blood samples from those 10% of "puzzling patients".

Dr Green said: "A PhD student in my laboratory, Nicole Ball, carried out a more extensive genetic analysis of six patient blood samples and we found that the physical shape of the CYP24A1 gene in these apparent HCINF1 patients is abnormal.

"This tells us that gene shape is important in gene regulation - and that this is the reason why some people lived with HCINF1 but without a definitive diagnosis," he added.

Dr Green explained the difference between a genetic mutation in DNA sequencing and the shape of genes, and what this means for patients.

He said: "On a wider scale relevant to genetics and health, we know that genes must have the correct sequence to produce the correct protein, but in an added layer of complexity, we now know that genes also have to have a correct physical shape."

The researchers now plan to investigate the role of gene shapes in other disorders such as cancer.

 
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