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Rebecca Bradley wrote:
Your ignorance is breathtaking, but you can do something about it.

Still working on it Rebecca. Thankfully a friend sent me a link to this amazing article by Sayer Ji on ‘The new biophysics’. I do not think I have read anything more profound. The link is below and I strongly recommend reading the whole article. Following however quotes that highlight the main points.

The new biophysics: a deep dive into the quantum rabbit hole of esoteric physiology
Written By: Sayer Ji, Founder - see: [www.nexusnewsfeed.com]


Quoting from above article:

What if everything you were told about how the cells of your body get their energy was wrong? What if the body could tap the relatively limitless resources of the Sun directly? Even more astounding, what if the body could tap the infinite energy density of the quantum vacuum and even turn that energy into matter, as well as transform elements into one another? Welcome to the electrifying implications of the New Biophysics.

The energy needs of the human body have long been envisioned as dependent upon physical “fuel” being fed to the glucose-burning furnaces within the mitochondria of our cells. Indeed, our fixation on the caloric content of food reflects this outdated and fundamentally inaccurate concept. Calories are simply a measurement of the amount of heat given off when we internally incinerate food, which is a crude metric when we consider the complexity, elegance, and mystery of human metabolism.

Our bodies, in addition to utilizing ATP-based mechanisms of energy transfer, are capable of harnessing “free” energy directly from the sun through a variety of means, including water-, melanin-, and chlorophyll-mediated processes. …

The truth is that our bodies can access, accumulate, and put to work immense quantities of free energy, or energy that does not need to be extracted from physical substances such as food. The body has an even more direct, limitless source of energy that it can, and does, continually access—one that may finally explain accounts of humans living without food or water for prolonged periods of time. Recent experiments reveal that, despite long-standing assumptions that cytosol, the aqueous part of a cell’s cytoplasm, has zero electric fields, it actually contains an electric field strength as high as 15 million volts per meter.48 (For comparison, high-voltage power lines typically operate at 155,000 to 765,000 volts per meter.) Even more astounding is the fact that the inner membrane of a single mitochondrion has an electric field strength of 30 million volts,49 which is comparable to the electrical field generated by the flares coming off the surface of the sun or a thunderbolt. …

In quantum field theory, estimates of the vacuum energy density within “empty space” range from infinity to the mass density of about 1096 kilograms per cubic meter (that’s a 10 with 96 zeros behind it!), which in practical terms is infinite. This is the reason American physicist Richard Feynman remarked that “one teacup of empty space contains enough energy to boil all the world’s oceans.” Similarly, Swiss physicist Nassim Haramein predicts that the zero-point vacuum energy contained within the volume of a single proton is equal to the mass of all protons in the observable universe. …

So, how does this relate to the New Biology? If quantum field theory is accurate, and a practically infinite source of energy is available to biological systems at any point in space, everything we have learned about how the cell works and what our bodies need to survive would need to be revised. Indeed, an entirely new field called quantum biology has sprung up in order to understand how these discoveries at the level of the quantum of action affect biological systems, from the most basic molecular building blocks of the cell all the way up to human physiology and the origin and nature of consciousness itself. …



Biological Zero-Point Energy

Of all the areas of exploration at the interface between quantum physics and biology, most relevant to our body’s ability to sustain and regenerate itself even when up against incredible forces of adversity and scarcity is an understanding of where the body gets its energy.

Zero-point energy–harvesting processes within the human body are believed to be concentrated most intensely where conventional thinking on the matter expects them to be: within our cells’ mitochondria. The primary reason why eukaryotes (plants, fungi, animals) are so complex versus single-celled organisms is because of the exceptional bioenergetics afforded to them through the endosymbiotic event estimated to have occurred about 1.8 billion years ago that created our mitochondria. Since protein synthesis uses about 75 percent of the cell’s energy and mitochondria provide eukaryotes with 200,000 times more energy than a prokaryotic cell, they are able to support a genome that is 200,000 times larger.53 This has afforded eukaryotes their immense evolutionary diversity and complexity relative to the simpler prokaryotes.

According to Douglas Wallace, Ph.D., one of the world’s preeminent researchers in the biology of mitochondria, each mitochondrion stores energy within an electrical field with 180 millivolts of potential energy. There are 1017 mitochondria in your body (100 quadrillion).54 Taken together, that sums up to about the potential energy of a lightning bolt stored in each human body!

While the discovery that your body has a lightning bolt of electrical potential within the totality of its mitochondria is amazing, it turns out that each mitochondrion within each cell of your body has a magnetic field strength of 30 million volts per meter. That electrical potential equates to as much energy as is found in a lightning bolt in each mitochondrion. With up to 5,000 mitochondria per heart muscle cell, an even greater density of 100,000–600,000 mitochondria per oocyte (mature egg cell), and trillions of cells in the human body, there’s a near-infinite amount of potential energy available to the cells of your body at any given moment, which is inconceivably vast in contrast to the conventional explanation for the origin of cell energy. …



Mitochondria: Turning Energy into Matter

One of the most revolutionary discoveries of our time is that mitochondria are capable of profound feats of alchemical transformation. This includes transforming the immense energy available to them into matter.

In 1978, Army research scientist Solomon Goldfein performed a series of experiments with mitochondria in order to evaluate the veracity of C. Louis Kervran’s claims of transmutation of elements within biological systems. Goldfein’s experiments proved Kervran correct, and moreover, they uncovered something truly paradigm-shifting about the creative power of our mitochondria. In his report, “Energy Development from Elemental Transmutations in Biological Systems,”61 Goldfein revealed two remarkable phenomena. First, mitochondria are capable of producing more energy than would be expected according to classical laws of physics and biochemistry (an implication of which is that they are accessing free energy from the quantum vacuum), and Second, mitochondria act like microscopic particle accelerators, with the resultant energy generated enabling the cell to transform elements into one another. Goldfein was able to identify six ways that each requirement for a cyclotron particle accelerator is met on a molecular scale. While it is also an essential part of our cellular bioenergetics, the biologically active form of magnesium ion–bound ATP (Mg-ATP) (ATP = Adenosine Triphosphate Magnesium * ) serves an entirely new role as a nanoparticle accelerator, its helical structure enabling the acceleration of the hydrogen ion (H+) to the relativistic speeds sufficient to transform target atoms into other elements, such as sodium to magnesium, potassium to calcium, manganese to iron, and so on and so forth. Goldfein’s discovery overturns the conventional view that ATP’s primary role is to function as a carrier molecule for the energy needed to sustain life. Indeed, if Goldfein’s findings are accurate, the Mg-ATP chelate functions as a particle accelerator with immense creative and biotransformative potential. …



Water: The Philosopher’s Stone of the New Biophysics

Water cavitation occurs naturally and can also be induced in experimental settings. It involves the formation of a vapor-filled cavity in a liquid such as water in places where the pressure is low. When high pressures are applied, these cavities, also called voids or bubbles, collapse into themselves, generating a shockwave of extremely high levels of heat, sound, and light in a phenomenon known as sonoluminescence. An acoustical wave or laser passed through water is capable of inducing a water cavitation bubble that produces millions of times more energy than induced it. The energy is so intense that temperatures equal to that of the sun have been measured off these tiny collapsing water bubbles.62

Two very special species of shrimp point to the affirmative. The first, known as the mantis shrimp (typically four inches long), possesses a claw strike so powerful that divers who had had the misfortune of being struck by one named them “thumb splitter.” Their strike can carry up to 200 pounds of force, enough to break through aquarium glass, and is as powerful and fast as a .22-caliber bullet.

The second, smaller pistol shrimp (1.2–2 inches long) is aptly named for its disproportionately large claw comprising two-part pistol-like features: a “hammer” that moves backward into a right-angled position cocked in its joint, and a receiving part the hammer is released into. The wave of bubbles it emits is powerful enough to break glass jars and stun its prey. Acoustically, the snap of its claw produces a cavitation bubble moving at a speed of 100 km/h (62 mph) that generates a sound reaching as high as 218 decibels. (For perspective, a thunderclap is 120 decibels, and a jet taking off 80 feet away will generate 150 decibels, which is loud enough to rupture your eardrum.) The pistol shrimp’s click only lasts one millisecond. But in that millisecond the collapsing cavitation bubble produces heat of over 5,000 K (4,700°C). In comparison, the surface temperature of the sun is estimated to be around 5,800 K (5,500°C). The sound wave also produces a burst of light through sonoluminescence, which is believed to cause temperatures four times that of the sun (around 20,000 Kelvin) within the core of the collapsing bubble.

The way in which these species of shrimp generate enough power to accomplish these feats penetrates to one of the key realizations of this book, namely, that there are sources of energy available to living things that far exceed any conventional estimates or mechanisms commonly accepted today. If organisms as diminutive as shrimp are capable of harnessing enough zero-point energy to produce temperatures as hot as the sun, and the mitochondria within our bodies are capable of harnessing trillions upon trillions of volts of potential energy and transforming it into matter, only time will tell what we are truly capable of achieving.

When it comes to the New Biology, the convergence of quantum biology, epigenetics, mind-body and narrative medicine, and spirituality has never been more compelling and exciting than it is today. Within the nexus of these disciplines, we can now arrive at plausible explanations for phenomena that, for many decades and in some cases centuries, have often seemed fantastical, perplexing, and downright heretical.

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Re: Off my rocker! 188 Martin Stower 12-Feb-20 12:09
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Re: Back to the heart 176 Rebecca Bradley 12-Feb-20 07:54
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Re: Back to the heart 171 Rebecca Bradley 12-Feb-20 15:34
Re: Back to the heart, sort of O/T 163 Warwick 12-Feb-20 18:20
Re: Back to the heart 163 Robert Jameson 12-Feb-20 20:58
Re: Back to the heart 165 Rebecca Bradley 12-Feb-20 22:19
Re: Back to the heart 189 Robert Jameson 31-Mar-20 05:20
Re: Back to the heart makes you think ! 125 Glass Jigsaw 09-Apr-20 12:32
Re: Back to the heart 149 Robert Jameson 09-Apr-20 04:21
Bird migration and Zero-point energy 148 Robert Jameson 13-Apr-20 12:45
Re: Unbfinished Obelisk - Aswan Quarries - Egypt 196 Martin Stower 11-Feb-20 14:52
Re: Unbfinished Obelisk - Aswan Quarries - Egypt 164 Robert Jameson 12-Feb-20 05:35
Re: Unbfinished Obelisk - Aswan Quarries - Egypt 156 Open mind 11-Feb-20 15:07
veering into construction logistic and thence back to topic. 162 Warwick 11-Feb-20 17:24
I'll try again 179 Warwick 10-Feb-20 19:27
Mod Note > Topic Moved 151 Dr. Troglodyte 12-Feb-20 15:56
The Many Worlds Theory 179 Robert Jameson 13-Mar-20 04:09
They've ganged up on you 152 drrayeye 14-Mar-20 21:23
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Really great quote! 148 drrayeye 14-Mar-20 22:45
Niels Bohr quotes 139 Robert Jameson 15-Mar-20 11:14
Re: They've ganged up on you 154 Glass Jigsaw 14-Mar-20 23:53
Re: They've ganged up on you 149 Robert Jameson 15-Mar-20 11:10
A Brass Bell Discovered in Virginia Coal 147 Robert Jameson 20-Mar-20 22:47
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Deos the Double Slit Experiment explain OOPArts 135 Robert Jameson 16-Apr-20 03:42
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