Ultra-Weak Photon (Biophoton ) Emissions (UPE)-Background Information —- Ted Nissen

Given the 105=100,000 or one hundred thousand chemical reactions per cell/per sec, as aforementioned, Popp states “Without electronic excitation of at least one of the reaction partners, it would be impossible, and the number of thermal photons in the tiny reaction volume of a cell could never suffice to explain this high reaction rate. At least a 1014 (100,000,000,000,000=100 trillion) higher photon density in the optical range is necessary to provide this huge amount of chemical reactivity.” Given that not enough photons are produced in the cell there must be some other explanation for the high chemical reaction rate within each and every cell. Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander Schrödinger (1887–1961) may have led the way with a simple observation and question. During cell division biomolecules must migrate to either side of the cell as the two new cells form from one cell and yet there are relatively few mistakes (“aberrations”) in this very complicated process. Schrödinger simply asked his famous question why? A quick look at a cell in mitosis on the left and an example of a cavity resonator wave on the right is suggestive of an answer. Cell Mitosis vs. Cavity Resonator Waves A cavity resonator wave in this case is electromagnetic wave of a particular frequency (300-700nm) bouncing back and forth between the walls of the cell, which somehow reflect these waves with little loss of coherence. If more wave energy enters the cavity its intensity is increased. This could explain the effects of Gurwitsch’s basic experiment that by increasing to electromagnetic flow from the inductor plant cell mitosis was increased in the detector plant. Popp believes that cavity resonator waves are “the only plausible answer to this question” of how there are relatively few mistakes during cell mitosis and with the biochemical migration, which Popp thinks “also provide the necessary stability of the molecular arrangements as the guiding forces for their movement.”





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