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THE TAKE HOME:  This blog contains a lot of the science that went unsaid in the 2017 February webinar and is designed to fill in some blanks for members on this topic.

He who controls the sun properly can bring blood flow to the choroid surface (RPE) to energize red blood cells and the hemoglobin present in them.  This is how phototropism works in the eye.  The choroid/RPE has many correlates to the phototropism in plant chloroplasts in leaves.  The choroid of the eye is primarily a vascular structure supplying the outer retina.   The outer portion of the retina is where the photoreceptor melanopsin is loosely covalently bound to retinol.  Melanopsin/retinol controls the neural signaling  along the central retinalhypothalamic tract.  This tract connects the retina to the  suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) which controls the circadian mechanism.  This tract continues on and connects the retina and SCN to the leptin receptor in the hypothalamus.  The leptin system, in turn, controls all growth and metabolism of the organism and this system controls the circadian release of hormones from the pituitary gland using specific light frequency changes present in AM sunlight.   He who controls the frequency of sunlight via the eye, calls the shots for the anterior pituitary hormones and its effect on human behavior and illness.  Sunlight also controls the phototropism in leaves in plants as well. The universe doesn’t speak with words. It speaks in frequencies and our proteins decipher this Rosetta code to innovate life.


Melanopsin and Vitamin A are sibling molecules in humans and blue light devices destroy both of them but in different ways. They have mirror functions in the eye and skin. Both of them are linked to circadian diseases and poor sleep and regeneration that will change DNA by altering methylation as this link here shows. Read this paper: Beydoun MA, Gamaldo AA, Canas JA, Beydoun HA, Shah MT, McNeely JM, Zonderman AB. Serum nutritional biomarkers and their associations with sleep among US adults in recent national surveys. PLoS One 2014;9(8):e103490

What makes outer space toxic to human astronauts and cosmonauts? Why does space induce genetic changes by altering the epigentic program in the eye, RPE and the central retinohypothalmic pathways? Vitamin A in the retina and skin is very vulnerable to irreversible degradation in response to high-intensity light. The light in space is the more powerful light known in the universe. This is why circadian disease and unusual eye diseases like pseudotumor cerbri and visual loss occur in astronauts quickly.
Astronauts in space never pick up on these changes (night blindness from retinol deficiency) because every day in space they see light/dark change 19 times in 24 hours. So they never have a chance to observe they are suffering from night blindness because they work under man made light in the ISS 24/7. This man made light also blanches the Vitamin A (retinol) in the eye and skin to have an additive effect on the astronauts to cause them to age even faster. It amazes me how clueless NASA physicians are. If they would read the literature they would know that loss of Vitamin A in the eye and brain are associated with low Vitamin D3 levels and both of these defects are associated with epigenetic changes in genes in the brain that are well known in neuroscience to affect the sleep regions in the human brain. It turns out methylation, Vitamin A, and Vitamin D3, levels in the plasma have been linked to these factors even here on Earth.  (Methylation and SNP’s were linked in the webinar)    HYPERLINK


Leaves and red blood cells both have a protein in them that is a porphyrin.  Both proteins share a very common atomic structure.


C4 grasses are tropically adapted best to strong solar light (where UV light is present) whereas C3 are better in cooler climates where UV light is sparse. Is a similar thing happening with blood type in humans?  Humans have type O, A, B, and AB blood as laid out in the webinar.

C3 plants use C3 photosynthesis which uses CO2 in a 3-carbon compound and C4 plants use C4 photosynthesis which incorporates the CO2 in a 4-carbon compound. C3 plants like cooler weather and C4 plants like stronger light. 85% of plants are C3 types. These compounds represent different types of sugar that is made photoelectrically from the joining of CO2 and water with sunlight. Photosynthesis is the process of combining light and nutrients of the soil to create energy plants can use. C3 and C4 photosynthesis go about this process differently. Most plants are C3 types. The advantage with C3 photosynthesis is that it is more efficient than the C4 variety under normal light conditions since it requires fewer enzymes. C3 plants use C2. Carbon Dioxide is used to create the 3-carbon compound G3P in order to produce usable energy. The higher CO2 concentration in C4 plants means that the stomata (water region), the gas exchange part of the plant, do not need to open up to get any more, so less water is lost. C4 uses CO2 to create the 4-carbon compound oxaloacetate instead. C4 plants tend to do better in high oxygen environments. C4 plants also go through photosynthesis faster than C3 plants when there is a lot of light and heat nearby. Additionally, C4 plants have much better water efficiency (stomatal conductance) than the C3 variety since they don’t have to keep their stomata open as much.
There are several thousand different types of C4 species with 19 different plant families. Examples include corn, saltbush and many plants that thrive during the summer months.
ADP is an organic compound that is essential for the transfer of energy during photosynthesis. ADP is composed of a five carbon atom compound known as ribose, one adenosine molecule and two phosphate groups. It is formed by removing one phosphate from adenosine triphosphate, ATP.  ATP is discussed below.
The energy needed for photosynthesis is obtained from sunlight. Plants store this energy in the form of ATP, and then use it to carry out photosynthesis. Photosynthesis takes place in two distinct stages, the light stage and dark stage.The light stage is the light dependent stage of photosynthesis, which occurs in the thylakoid membranes of the chloroplast. During this stage, white light is absorbed by the pigments in the chloroplast to form high-energy compounds, such as ATP and Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Phosphate, NADPH. In order to produce the energy required to drive chemical reactions in photosynthesis, ATP loses one phosphate to become ADP, and the NADPH loses one electron to become NADP+. Phosphorus also is key in the “animal version of photosynthesis” and make H+ from water made in mitochondria.

Hydrogen without its sole electron is a metal plasma and excellent electrical conductor. This form of hydrogen is buried in our sun and in our mitochondria.   This makes it the focus of quantum electrodynamic theory. This means our mitochondria is filled with ionized plasma. Inside of every mitochondria resides a small electric unverse that powers a cell and makes life work. This is very similar to what the sun does when it “burns” hydrogen. Burning plasma may actually be the wrong term for this process. When we remove an electron we shrink hydrogen to a metal plasma. Hydrogen is transformed into a tighter, more compressed package because this gives hydrogen plasma a more favorable thermodynamic profile because less space equals more dielectric capacitance, from an electrical stand point. This makes the metal plasma of hydrogen, itself, a chameleon for electrical action. It is an electrical phenomena of QED theory. Hydrogen can be non metal when it has its electron; It is also an acid, and a proton, and can act as a superconductor. It interacts with water to do some unnatural things because of its ability to proton tunnel. When we add infrared light it become quite special. With 1538.5 nm photon frequency added to cell water, proton transfers in water are increased dramatically. This is called proton tunneling. Did you know every biologic enzyme known to man uses proton tunneling to work? Have your food guru’s told you that? Mitochondrial input is made in electrons. All food break down into electrons that get fed into electron chain transport in mitochondria.

Semiconductor engineers have only figured out how to move electrons on silicon atoms well so far, but Mother Nature moves them on DHA and water. She also uses the exclusion zone in cell water to set up chemiosmosis on the MINOS in mitochondria and it move protons to tunnel on all nucleic acids. All DNA and RNA only work when they are hydrated because they require hydrogen protons to tunnel!!! This makes hydrogen life’s magic weapon in enzyme actions. Enzymes are 100% quantum experiments in energy transmutation. At the banquet table of nature, there are no reserved seats for any living thing. You get what you can take, and you keep what you can hold. If you can’t take anything, you won’t get anything, and if you can’t hold anything, you won’t keep anything. Proton tunneling is how life harness energy to make life possible. HYPERLINK. 

Light energy is captured by structures called photosystems in plants. Through the splitting of water molecules, the chemical energy released is used to synthesize two basic molecules of plant metabolism: ATP and NADP+. The formation of ATP is called photophosphorylation, of which there are two varieties: cyclic and noncyclic. This light phase is necessary for the following phase, the dark phase, which doesn’t necessarily need the presence of sunlight. This occurs in the chloroplasts and depends directly on the products obtained in the light phase.

In the dark phase, the ribulose bisphosphate added to the carbon dioxide gas (CO2) in the air results in the production of organic compounds, principally carbohydrates or sugars, whose molecules contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. This cycle of transformation is called the Calvin Cycle.

During the dark stage of photosynthesis, the energy-depleted compounds, ADP and NADP+ are converted back to high-energy forms filled phosphorus, with ATP and NADPH respectively. These high chemical compounds are then stored to drive other chemical reactions necessary for the synthesis of sugar and other carbon-containing compounds. ATP is also used in the oxidation of photosynthetically-produced carbohydrates in the mitochondria during cellular respiration to reverse the process we see in photosynthesis. This can be made with food electrons or with red light alone because all the cytochromes 3,4, 5 are all heme proteins and red light chromophores.


Plants have different chlorophyll’s just like we have different blood types and different hemoglobin’s.

                               frequencies of light:         UV                                                                                                                 IR

There are several different types of chlorophyll including chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b, chlorophyll c, chlorophyll d, chlorophyll e and bacterio-chlorophyll. The various types of chlorophyll are found in different organisms and are all involved in photosynthesis. Chlorophyll is an important pigment in the process of photosynthesis and is found in all photosynthetic organisms including plants, blue-green algae and eukaryotic algae. It is a photoreceptor that is found in the chloroplasts of green plants. Chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b (shown above) are the two major types of chlorophyll and differ only in the composition of one of their structural side chains. Chlorophyll a is the most prevalent type of chlorophyll of plants on EARTH. It is found in plants, algae and other aquatic organisms. This type of chlorophyll absorbs red, blue and violet wavelengths strongly. It gets its color by reflecting green, thus giving plants their green color.

Chlorophyll b is found primarily in plants as well, but this type absorbs blue light only and is yellow in pigment. Chlorophyll c and chlorophyll d are less common and are found in different algae. Chlorophyll e is a very rare type of chlorophyll that is found in some golden algae, and, as the name suggests, bacterio-chlorophyll is found in certain bacteria. Chlorophyll A absorbs UV light a lot more than chlorophyll B does as shown above.  UV light has the shortest wavelength in the visible spectrum and because of this it has the power to make the most electric current and deliver the highest electrical charge to porphryin proteins.

Arthur Ramthun explained in this video that plant photoelectro-tropism is plant response to natural internal and external electrical forces. Phototropism in the choroid of the eye is also a photo-electric process that mimics the very same activity of moving blood toward the light in our retina.  This process uses nitric oxide (NO) release from the RPE to accomplish this task.    The skin has a similar phototropism with the circulatory system because of the nitric oxide release brings RBC’s to the surface to be irradiated by sunlight.  Voltage recordings done on a variety of trees and plants show very large numbers of electrons continuously flowing towards branch tips, with or without leaves.  Using voltage recordings, ohm measurements, the strength of Earth’s electric field from references, and assumptions, electrical forces were then calculated using basic electric force equations. Two dimensional electrical forces with assumed angles were reduced using vector analysis to a resultant force at the branch tip.   From the vector analysis, the resultant electric force vector and the branch tip was found to be strong enough to define its direction. As the branch tip grows, lignin forms and structurally holds the growing tip direction. The branch tip growth eventually forms an “electric line of force” in all parts of the woody plant strong enough to resist gravity and other mechanical influences. Plant parts with insufficient lignin to resist gravity, droop downward. In short, woody tree parts are a physical record of electrical flow, just like a Lichtenstein Figure is a physical record of electrical flow. The first step in photosynthesis and in mitochondrial oxidation/phosphorylation of electrons is to charge separate water.  Why is charge sepaartion of water critical?  When this occurs we are creating an unending source H+, which is a metal plasma.  Both steps create H+.  H+ is a hydrogen atoms tripped of its lone electrons so that it can be consider a liquid metal plasma.   One wonders where a person or animal or plant begins and ends when you realize this close this linkage is. The reality is that life is really a continuum of physics built upon the sliding scale of action to create amazing diversity we see in living things.


Chlorophyll and hemoglobin are topologic insulators that collect light and make it obey relativity once the light collides with this protein. Physics is experience, arranged in economical order for proteins. Biology is present wisdom, re-arranged constantly by locally by geometry with geologic time order. The Earth’s environment used to provide enough to satisfy every person’s needs. This is no longer true because of man’s interference by using other frequencies of light. Your environment is never static so neither should your mito-hacks or your beliefs be. We are built to be non linear beings being able to harvest Earth’s linear seasonal environments with their ever changing solar light frequencies.  Now, Earth’s environment is non linear on a second to second basis because of light switches and the electric power grid. Man’s mitochondria is currently engrossed in a constant state of adaptation trying to stave off acute decay to survive.  So far our species is losing this battle of attrition. Light does not have to obey relativity. It’s speed is constant everywhere it can run free.

Topologic insulators are trappers and transformers of light from the sun in cells. When it gets trapped in these topologic insulators, for the first time, the speed of light becomes relative to tissue density and this alters the optics within proteins. Therefore, trapped sunlight in proteins,  makes our surfaces relative, and that relativity changes the space/time of our cells and tissues.  This happens at our surfaces in the eye, skin, gut, and lung as mentioned in the webinar.  Sunlight shifts blood into the skin by changing polarization in tissues that allow for dermal pooling due to molecular resonance changes in eNOS and NO. More than 50% of your blood volume can change your skin surface when specific solar spectral density is present. This can lower your blood pressure and it raise you sulfated vitamin D3. It changes the anatomical structure of the skin by changing the optics of surfaces. It becomes a sensory stimulus for the interoceptive system to induce biochemical substrates via photosynthesis in plants and changes in the ATPase using red light and water in animals. Sunlight increases sulfated Vitamin D3, histamine, and sulfhydryl groups, while lowering (photolysis) adrenalin, steroids, testosterone, estrogen, thyroid hormone, DNA and RNA. Sunlight is capable of inducing biochemical reactions via photolysis and it induces coordinated endocrine adaptation effects in the eye and the skin surfaces. It affects the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems in the brain by way of the central retinal pathways. The varying AM solar light is the key stimulus for the circadian timing mechanism of the body clock via the central retinal pathways. All these effects are built into the electronics of your proteins under solar power and magnetic flux.


The observation that the conversion of white P4 to the red allotrope is accelerated by ultraviolet light showed that the P4 molecule is able to be activated by electromagnetic radiation. Metal complexes can also mediate the functionalization of P4 and is well supported in the literature. The participation of electromagnetic radiation in the reactions that involve P4 and metal complexes has provided new procedures in industry for obtaining new and interesting compounds that contain phosphorus atoms. Nature took advantage of this long before humans did.  Very significant and interesting reviews have summarized, classified and discussed the reactivity of P4 but until now none of them have distilled the relationship between white phosphorus and electromagnetic radiation.  Life has done this using chlorophyll and hemoglobin to collect UV light and use metal complexes in them to make phosphorus to create an animal brand of photosynthesis.

Exciton theory forms the basis of photosynthesis in plants using chlorophyll.  It is mainly considered for small molecular aggregates like dimers and ring-like structures etc. and how sunlight makes them using porphyrins. Exciton theory deals with linear and non linear polarization properties of the absorption and fluorescence spectra.  In humans we now have people using NIR spectroscopy to study how water, chlorophyll, and hemoglobin work with sunlight and how animals went further than plants and linked the process to phosphorous-laden proteins to use an “animal version” of photosynthesis in the blood where hemoglobin exists.

This is why I mito-hack the periodic table of elements in many ways to gain insights of how life works.   We now know life is quantized,  so this stimulated my curiosity and interest in finding out what biology uses for its materials to collect sunlight and make light in cells.  Proteins act to performs these tasks and act just as semiconductor materials do in technology gadgets. It turns out phosphorus is one of our base key semiconductors used in the circadian clock mechanism in the brain and all cells.
I began examining a large group of elements that can act as semiconductors, which is a prerequisite for acting as a photocatalyst with sunlight via the photoelectric effect.  I found something interesting and not well known.

Since phosphorus is a key atom in life’s post translation modifications of proteins (ATP/ADP), I knew it had to have specific advantages using the electromagnetic spectrum from the sun. That key finding was that red phosphorous can act as a semiconductor by itself.  This is a property most researchers still have not recognized even today. The conventional wisdom in physical chemistry was that red phosphorus was really only useful as an insulator.

A Japanese scientist, Akira Fujishima, performed the earliest work on splitting hydrogen (H+) out of water. He discovered that titanium dioxide could produce the gas, a finding first reported in Nature in 1972.  A photocatalyst operates much as chlorophyll does in a plant, absorbing energy from light and causing a chemical reaction in water to charge separate it and liberate energy in the form of hydrogen and free electrons.

In my opinion, the process of photocatalysis is simply a form of “artificial animal photosynthesis.”   Calling it artificial is a misnomer, only because photosynethesis has been ascribed to plant porphyrins at the present moment.  Science is now realizing that animals may have this ability buried in the connection of hemoglobin and their mitochondia.  The phosphate proteins are the key linkage.  When some one looks at hemoglobin and chlorophyll side by side, and realize how much phosphate is present in RBC’s one can see that mammals have always used this process as plants have.  We just have missed the process because we are ignorant about quantum mechanisms in cells.   Cells have harnessed the power of phosphorus in all our proteins to make our peripheral clock genes operate properly. When they don’t harness this power you get diseases in that organ because the mitochondria become faulty and heteroplasmy rises. This is why phosphorylation of proteins is found everywhere one looks in high energy metabolic pathways in a cell.

In fact, it is the reason it is used in clock mechanisms to fine tune coupling and timing inside a cell. Most of the known clock proteins are phosphoproteins and phosphorylation events play a key role in generating circadian rhythms. AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) constitutes an interesting example of interconnection between phosphorylation events of clock components and metabolism status.

ATPase in a mitochondria makes ATP a key phosphorus containing protein.

ATP synthesis is not directly coupled to the cytochromes of the inner mitochondrial membrane. For sequential e transfers be mindful that the ATPase is not directly coupled to the respiratory proteins. H+ translocation at the cytochromes generates the chemiosmotic gradient necessary for ADP phosphorylation. This H+ version of hydrogen has some pretty special abilities when its scale and density is altered by electric and magnetic fields that suround it. They key reaction stoichiometry of the ATPase for a
• 360-degree revolution = 3 ATP = 10 H+ = hydrogen stripped of its electron. Why do the sun and mitochondrial matrix have something deeply in common?   Is this why photosynthesis and a mitochondria are entangled?    I think so.  Metallic hydrogen (H+) = the energy plasmoid of life.  H+ = a room temperature superconductor that life uses to make life possible. The more connected you are to the sun and Earth’s magntic flux the less one needs electrons from food.  It is a simple quantum rule. The more continous the connection the more electric charge cells can hold which can be used as an electromagnet vice grip to compress and squeeze hydrogen to changes its physics. It takes a tremendous amount of energy from the environment to make H+.  The sun’s photoelectric power and the Earth’s magnetic flux can provide that electric power. Moreover, if you convert it back to molecular hydrogen (H2), all that energy is released naturally to the system built around it. Nature seems to have gotten that message about 650 million years ago with chloroplasts and 600 million years ago with mitochondria.  People forget that chloroplasts and mitochondria are both former bacteria that became eukaryotic symbiants.


So if that environment was built with proper specifications, it could harness all that energy to compress H+ in small spaces. The mitochondrial matrix and the cristae create these small spaces and water surrounds these.  Water also acts differently when it scale is changed too.  Is it a conincendce that a cell surrounds a chloroplast in plants and the many of colonies of mitochondria in animal tissues? Both symbiont H+ factories are submerged in water. Is that arrangement important in some way we don’t yet understand in biology? Because of this arrangement, both seem quite capable of harnessing all that energy that condensed matter physics says a plasma made of metalllic hydrogen would release into the surroundings.



Cancer is always tied to disrupted circadian biology because of the quantized link of the peripheral clock mechanism to the atomic abilities of phosphorus. Phosphorus is a key atom in all human post translational modifications including ubiquitination cycles. Adequate circadian regulation of physiology and metabolism are key for metabolic health and when light uncouples these systems cancer is right around the corner. A review and analysis of proteomic analyses in mammals over the day/night cycle reveals mainly reveals only nuclear genome-based studies at parent protein level. I’ve been pounding the table at looking at mitochondrial mechanisms because its bacterial origin.  A common dopant for n-type silicon in technology is a phosphorus atom. Life, using cells does the same thing, but it pairs carbon with nitrogen and phosphorus in its semiconductive circuits. Selenium can make electricity in proteins but it works with cofactors of Ca2+ and Mg2+. Physics geeks will recall in an N-type semiconductor, the Fermi level is greater than that of the intrinsic semiconductor and lies closer to the conduction band than the valence band to do the things it can.  Loss of selenoproteins is seen in many cancers.

Peripheral circadian clock systems based on post-translational modifications (PTMs), such as phosphorylation. They exist and are well characterized in bacteria. Mitochondria and chloroplasts are bacterial symbiants.

This mechanism has not been seen in mammals and it should be obvious why to researchers but it has eluded their unripe minds. Mammals stole their mitochondria from bacteria so the mechanism remains buried in the circadian regulation of mitochondria in higher eukaryotes!!!
This is why Dr. Doug Wallace has said that photosynthesis in plants and glucose metabolism in the liver are linked to the sun and it  is why the liver was created by evolution. This organ is the ultimate peripheral clock regulator that responds to solar light frequencies from other surfaces than the retina. Multiple lines of evidence suggests that the mammalian clock in peripheral organs such as the liver plays a substantial role in optimizing the timing of metabolic process. This is why the long loop destruction of DHA recycling is devasting to cell membranes functioning in humans with leptin resistance at the level of the liver.  Indeed, tons of research now shows the expression of hepatic enzymes involved in metabolism robustly fluctuates during the day during times as solar light frequencies change. This is why gut melatonin, insulin and glucagon are all physiologic solar hormones. I have a deep sense all hormones functionally are linked to solar frequuencies which control their actions based on PTM. Consequently, inactivating the liver circadian clock decreases the number of cycling transcripts in circadian timing in all the cell types in the gut.  Diabetes being a perfect eample of this breakdown in beta cells cells that secrete glucagon.   This is why light at night destroys this mechanism and leads to many epithelial cancers by destroying both Vitamin A (retinol) and Vitamin D3.  When clock genes (like PER2 and BMAL1) get uncoupled from solar light frequencies, c-Myc (a regulator gene) is over-expressed, making cancer formation much more likely.  So this why do I mito-hacks the periodic table of elements to gain insights of how cells really work.  How do cancer cells link to the gene function?  Telomerase is the answer and I talked about this in the webinar.  The RPE in the eye has more telomerase activity than any other cell in humans.  This has huge implications when your eyes only see a world that is blue lit and microwaved.  This highlghts why the retina and RPE are critical in disease generation in today’s world.


Human genes are programmed to know how to react upon bright light with the spectral composition of sunlight. The brightest light under the sun is UV light and we have direct data that unwound DNA releases massive amounts of this light and it also absorbs massive amounts of this light.  The skin and retina have evolved specific chromophores and fluorophore proteins to deal with the specific solar frequencies as they vary diurnally and seasonally to function optimally. These two tissues (retina and skin)  are also linked in the layers of the embryo by their emergence from the neuroectoderm. Understanding the heliotropic logic behind the coordination processes between skin, visual and energetic portion of the retina (eye clock/melanopsin) and photoendocrine regulation in the brain is essential for creating a reliable concept of health.  The fluorescense of RBC’s filled with iron porphyrins can deactivate telomerase in the eye to ruin all signaling in the central retinal pathways and lead to circadian disease by ruining mitochondrial function of the RPE in the retina.   Solar lighting is required to maintain wellness of RBC’s and many other cells in humans.  Artificial light dehydrates mitochondria and lowers CO2 production from mitochondria.  It also causes changes in deformation of RBC’s and this leads to their destruction and their change in deformation leading to pseudohypoxia and disease.  Mitochondria reverse the process we see in plant photosynthesis as the picture below shows.   Light assimilation is affected by surface temperature changes that occur in our eye, skin, gut, and lung, just as the quantum yield of photosynthesis in plants is affected by leaf temperatures.  I covered these links in the webinar.


We all begin in the womb in a woman who bleeds every month she is not pregnant.  The blood she loses gives a fluorescent fingerprint as mentioned in the webinar.  We all inherit our mitochondrial DNA from our maternal lines. So why do these experiments show that DNA begins as a quantum wave and not a quantum particle with respect to the photoelectric effect? Recall that every cell in the human body releases ELF-UV for a deep signaling reason. Women need the UV part of the light’s equation more than men do for most of their lives; do you have inkling ….why? Their atomic lattice needs the particle part of the photoelectric effect to excite electrons. Men’s bodies are more attuned to the wave part of light in most cases. I’ve said, “the wave aspects of light seem to be more important at nighttime and in females in my bio-hacking experience.” What makes young women special? They have the ability to carry the next generation………they are designed to harvest more energy from the environment for a possible pregnancy every month. Therefore they have both systems quite active in their system until menopause sets in……..why? You can over power your atomic lattice much more easily if you are woman. This is why they have a period monthly to act a a fuse box phtoelectriclly by losing Iron porphyrins in RBC’s. This points out why a period is important in young women. What happens when you have a circuit that gets overloaded in a house? The circuit can blow. When a circuit blows we have to protect other systems; so women are much more sensitive to this issue hence why many of them get autoimmune diseases where as they are relatively more rare in men. This is why women are different and special with respect to the non linear apsects of light and how it works with DNA…….their atomic lattice is attuned to things because they bring life forward and males have no such thermodynamic constraints. ELF UV is used to stimulate mitosis of cells in humans therefore women have to have ways to collect UV light well when they run low on these specific frequencies in their germ cell lines and in their mitochondria DNA. Mitosis is massively up-regulaled in pregnancy for growth so this is why this constraint is mandatory. Having this ability through out their life would lead to their “bulbs” (tissues) burning out too fast.  So what did nature do? Menopause slows the ability of tissues to power the mitochondrial circuit.  The monthly period also protects women from powering up too much to harm their protein lattices and mitochondrial circuits if pregnancy does not occur. The key point is understanding that your semiconductive protein lattice’s.  The medium of cells where sun light interacts is very important part of this story. It determines how one can use light and how one cannot use it.   So does nature want women to burn fast and bright and then either die out quickly like a blue star does compared to a red dwarf star?   This implies that menopausal women may not need as much UV light as younger women and it maybe why they keep their hemoglobin and stop their menses once their ovaries go dormant. Might they need more IR-A light at this time of life? I think so. What makes this interesting in reference to this link? UV light is more particle like and IR light is more wave like because of the varying kinetic energy that each frequency contains.  Sunlight is 42% IR-A light because most of our mitochondrial proteins and water are red light chromophores.  The UV portion of light has a very high kinetic energy is more highly dependent on hydration status of the cells and this ability is linked to maintenace of low heteroplasmy rates and good mitochondrial function to make water and CO2 to reverse the photosynthetic process built into food we eat.


  3. Beydoun MA, Gamaldo AA, Canas JA, Beydoun HA, Shah MT, McNeely JM, Zonderman AB. Serum nutritional biomarkers and their associations with sleep among US adults in recent national surveys. PLoS One 2014;9(8):e103490
  4. C3 and C4 plant link
    1. Distribution of blood types around the world.



  1. Hi Dr. Kruse,

    The subject of Parkinson’s is important tome as I appear to have it. I’ve been following your discussion of mitochondria and Dr. Wallace’s work. The following article looks promising….
    …..When PINK1 and Parkin are dysfunctional, as is the case in a subset of Parkinson’s patients, cells display small parts of proteins at their surface, known as antigens, derived from mitochondria……
    …..It was widely believed that mitochondria become damaged in Parkinson’s patients, creating a toxic build-up of broken mitochondria that eventually leads to neuron cell death. However, it has been difficult to provide evidence that this is effectively happening in animal models.

    The new findings of the Desjardins/McBride teams linking PD to autoimmune mechanisms, published in the prestigious journal Cell on June 23, have been validated in a mouse model of Parkinson’s disease where PINK1 or Parkin are absent…..

    It appears that the distorted portion of the mitochondrial D-Loop which causes Parkinson’s does so by inhibiting two genetically encoded proteins. I wonder what the mechanism could be?

    Your thoughts?

    • When energy drops from a mitochondria it changes the biochemistry possible within cells. The key with PD is people think it begins in the brain stem or frontal lobe but I think this is a misnomer. I believe it begins in the eye, specifically with a severe prolonged lowered ability to make dopamine inside the eye. As the redox potential drops this lowered dopamine level is transmitted like a prion into the frontal lobes and brainstem to cause the common ssptoms associated with PD. What people fail to realize is that people with PD have higher rates of thinning choroid, AMD, and myopia, and cataract formation.There is a growing appreciation that insulin resistance and PD are conditions of a broad perturbation of metabolic physiology involving considerable changes in fat and amino acid metabolism in mitochondria in addition to altered glucose metabolism. PD patients are known to have many eye findings as part of their disease process. Today PD now affects many people under 50 years old. Younger people have little or no yellowing of the lens normally and this means they are very at risk for blue light hazard and neurodegeneration because of phototoxic damage in the central retinal pathways that destroy dopamine signaling in the brain distally as mentioend above. This gets worse as the redox potential of mitochondria fall. Therefore any blue light which enters the eye early in life from man made devices is unfiltered and strikes the retina at full‑strength. This exposes not only the retina and lens to damage but it also alters dopamine production in the eye causing high myopia. PD is also linked to cataract formation for this reason. Cataracts cause a spectral deficiency from the sun toward the retina. This changes the physiology that is possible in the central retinal pathways and affects dopamine and melatonin production and signaling in the retina and brain as laid out in the Reality 7 blog released today. The site of photo-damage to the lens gives us clues to the real causes of disease today. The human lens is composed of two parts that are most susceptible to damage: the (outer) epithelial cells and the (inner) fiber membrane. The epithelial cells control transport to the lens interior. They have direct contact with the aqueous humour, and are most vulnerable to phototoxic damage. Damage to these cells would readily compromise the viability of the lens [Andley et al. 1994]. The fiber membrane can be photochemically damaged through damage to the lipids and/or to the main intrinsic membrane protein [Schey et al. 2000; Roberts et al. 1985]. There is mounting medical evidence that prolonged exposure to blue light may permanently damage many tissues in the eyes that make dopamine and melatonin, contribute to the formation of cataracts and PD to the destruction of cells in the center of the retina. HEre is the Key point: Phototoxic reactions can lead to a modification of the mitochondria DNA and cause mutations in the many different retinal cells and the cells of the central retinal pathway that, in turn, causes DNA and RNA change in these cells nucleus. The mitochondrial changes appear to change how amino acid synthesis functions this readily changes the nucleic acids in these cells. Until recently, very little attention has been paid to studying the impact of insulin resistance, intraocular dopamine and melatonin production in PD on protein and amino acid metabolism in cells. DNA and certain amino acids (histidine, tryptophan, cysteine) and/or a covalent attachment of the sensitizer to cytosol lens proteins in the eye [Roberts 2002]. Covalently bound chromophores may then act as endogenous sensitizers, and produce prolonged sensitivity to light. In addition, there is non-photochemically induced modification of lens proteins associated with diabetes [Argirov 2004; Argirova and Breipohl 2002]. Many of the things can be explained by changes in α-ketoacid dehydrogenase catabolic enzyme activities and redox status in the mitochondria of cells in the retina that project to target organs by the nervous system from the Leptin outflow control which changes dopaminergic and melatonin function is clearly damaged in PD patients. The outflow control from the hypothalamus is metabolically influential to mitochondria in tissues in other parts of the brain and body to change their biochemistry. This is why dry eyes are linked ot PD. For example, a high glucose concentration in the blood plasma has been found to lead to the glycosylation of epsilon-amino groups of lysine residues. All of these types of damage will result in a change in the refractive index of the lens material, leading to aggregation and ultimately opacification (cataractogenesis) [Benedek, G. B. (1971]. A recently developed technique (ScanTox) measures very early changes in the optical quality (focusing) of the lens, even before damage causes opacification of the lens [ Dovrat and Sivak 2005].

      • When person with Parkinson’s measures his/her fatty acids, have very high omega3’s, specially DHA and EPA, have very low omega6’s, specially AA, should they still eat seafood? Should they make any dietary attempts to balance their fatty acids?

      • Bob Smith says:

        I’m in a holding pattern, waiting for my appointment to find out if my tremors are Parkinson’s. I’ve been reading about the mitochondrial causative factors of Parkinson’s. There seem to be lots of pathway theories, and none of them has won out.

        One thread throughout seems to be a loss of mitochondrial function, and subsequent cellular energy loss. This started me wondering where mitochondria get their energy from. Where would that be? Is it merely electro-chemical? Does the energy come retroactively from quantum entanglement? ….O2 gets transported from hemoglobin, hemoglobin gets energized by sunlight, and O2 steps up in energy state?

  2. Nonchalant says:

    So the more inflammation we have, the more we are sensitive to EMF? More conductive? I can see that would be a benefit, if a person sprains her wrist and then rests it on the damp ground in sunlight. Or better yet, half buries it in the wet sand at the beach on a sunny day. Those electrons would stream like crazy through that area. A pleasant, natural, gentle, electroshock therapy.

    • Yes. This is why moonlight can make people with high heteroplasmy rate go nuts. Small amount of light at the wrong time can break you. One thing we must pay attention to recently was the lux emitted from our light sources, as this study ( showed that even 5 lux’s of light was enough to suppress melatonin which is extremely dim light. I guess the brightness of lights can have an additive effect in combination with the blue frequencies to increase body weight. Weight and altered light spectrums are critically linked. I found a handy app for the iPhone called LightMeter which measures the lux of your environment using the phone’s camera. Granted this is not professional equipment and can’t be very accurate but it was good in giving a general idea of how my lighting environment was. I found that my Rubylux red small bulb went over 5 lux at a little over a foot away from me (spectrometer). My computer monitor went over at about 2 and a half feet. If you have a Mac (as I do) I would recommend RedScreen as it is more effective than f.lux as it makes the screen completely red and lets you dim the screen further than the laptop’s built in controls. Keep in mind that the lux of a full moon is 1, so yes ideally you would want to use no technology at all.

      • Nice to think that I have a lot of potential, heh.
        As long as I dance carefully on the edge of heaven and hell.

      • Since I subscribed to your website last week I purchased blue blocking glasses from and have been wearing them between 7:30 PM and bedtime. During the night I have blinds and black curtains on the windows and also wear a sleep mask. In the morning at 7:00 AM I walk outside for at least 15 minutes or use my light box if it is very cold. In addition do I also need to install f.lux on my PC and avoid blue from the monitor during the day? I thought that blue was okay when the sun was shining as long as it was in balance with the other colors. My monitor is currently set at 5000 K.

  3. “You can over power your atomic lattice much more easily if you are woman. This is why they have a period monthly to act a a fuse box phtoelectriclly by losing Iron porphyrins in RBC’s. This points out why a period is important in young women. ”
    I guess that means my daughter should not be on Depo-provera?

  4. what is your opinion on dehydrated foods.

  5. Anonymous says:

    What is the cause of Post orgasmic illness. Some get it because of an allergy to sperm but women can have it and a man was tested and didn’t have symptoms to sperm injected into him.

  6. Anonymous says:

    What causes hermaphroditism during birth

  7. Hi there Jack
    great read as always, thank you!!… question in regards to sugarcane, a C4 plant;….can the extraordinary sugar addiction that predominates be a surrogate for getting direct photon energy activation from the sun? …Seems so. (How can I explain that biochemically to people?)…clearly the more society as ‘evolved’ toward a technology away from nature the more sugar dependence there seems to be. …. (But then, wouldn’t that be the case with all food? – everything breaks down to the same energy.) Is it because the C4 accumulates/stores ATP so efficiently that we gain that ATP lift from it?
    I suppose perhaps that real whole sugar could have originally been part of a good, efficient fuel source. Nowadays it’s processed to within an inch of its life…eliminating all of the ion rich minerals and essential fibres from the original plant.

    • Anytime man subtracts frequencies in sun light for illumination or for communication it leads to up-regulation of the AMPk pathways and glucose metabolism. This is Nora Volkow and Allen Frey’s work. Cell metabolism is dependent on light that a cell senses.

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