The Living Force
I think you hit the nail on the head with this specific snippet. 380nm is UltraViolet spectrum, outside of theAxel_Dunor said:This excerpt strongly resonates with this transcriptLaura said:What he discovered was that benzo[a]pyrene had a crazy optical property. It absorbed the light but then re-emitted it at a completely different frequency, like some CIA operative intercepting a communication signal from the enemy and jumbling it up. This was a chemical which doubled as a biological frequency scrambler. Popp then performed the same test on benzo[e]pyrene, another polycyclic hydrocarbon, which is virtually identical in every way to benzo[a]pyrene
There was another odd property of these compounds. Each of the carcinogens reacted only to the light at a specific wavelength — 380 nanometres.
session020914 said:Q: (A) Can I have a hint what is lacking? A different ordering of numbers would be better?
A: Most likely. You will just "stumble" on the method.
Q: (A) Another question related to prime numbers: you said in prime numbers you will find resonance and I
was kind of surprised about that...
A: There is your clue.
Q: (A) It was supposed to be related to sound. But I have a problem with sound because sound frequency
depends on the medium in which sound propagates. The medium can be air, can be stone, can be anything;
the frequency spectrum will depend on the medium. Now we are talking about pyramids and sound related
to pyramids. Was this...
A: Yes...Pyramid, Pyrenees, Pyr...
Q: (V) There must be something about the Pyr. How does Pyr relate to prime numbers? (A) Where is
pyramid, where are they coming from, where's the name coming from, what's this? Pyro, fire, no? (L)
A: Frequency of light...
Q: (A) Sonoluminescence. But again there is this term frequency. I have areal problem with you guys using
the term frequency because frequency is number of oscillations per unit of time. But what is the unit of
time? A second, a minute, an hour, a year?
A: Can we say "nano?"
Q: (A) It doesn't make sense because what's nano? It doesn't explain in which unit frequency is supposed to
be measured. There is no such thing as frequency if we don't say which unit of time. So nano suggests it
should be some nano measure of frequency, or natural frequency. But I don't know any particular frequency
that, so to say, can serve as a unit of time.
visible light range for the human eye.
What I'd like to know by this statement what the re-emitted frequency is:
What is interesting here is that we know that we can break down white light into it's color spectrumLaura said:It absorbed the light but then re-emitted it at a completely different frequency, like some CIA operative intercepting a communication signal from the enemy and jumbling it up.
using a prism (Spectroscopy). It is for the reason you see a green leaf for example, because it is absorbing
all the visible spectrum of light except[/] green, so the theory goes. So, perhaps in the same way,
benzo[a]pyrene is absorbing 380nm of the UV light except some property which is reflected back?
Another way that might be possible that the act of absorbing the 380nm frequency causes the benzo[a]pyrene
to be "pumped up" in quantum states and then "jumps down" and releases it's energies much like how a laser works?
Light scrambler? Was the energy reflected coherent (like a laser) or scattered frequencies (random)?
It is not clear if the act of absorbing the energy changes/modifies the properties of benzo[a]pyrene?
I am perhaps rambling in my thoughts...