Are Humans Actually Made of Light? Science tells us, yes! With over 100,000 bio-chemical reactions occurring in the body every second, it takes quite a lot of research, intuition, and time to get all the answers we all seek so badly. Today, scientists and physicists have gathered enough knowledge to indicate that we absorb and emit light.
First: What is Light?
Biology 101 tells us that we have over 100 trillion cells in our bodies; and that we can break these cells down into atoms, and then electrons.
Each of these atoms come together to form our unique strand of DNA. The double-helix expands and contracts several billion times per second; and with each contraction, an electron is shaken “out of bounds” – releasing a bio-photon and dropping to a lower energy.
Bio-Photons are both particle-like and have a wavelength, making them an essence to physical gravity and mass – but also light. The problem, is that bio-photons emit a wavelength frequency that is 1,000 times lower than the human eye can visibly see. It’s vibrational power, however, is the same hertz as modern-day cell phone systems!
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Bio-photons are non-thermal and carry no charge – they just absorb and reflect like light. 1 Bio-photon holds 4 megabytes of information about our DNA. The Wuhan Institute for Neuroscience & Neuroengineering in China, discovered that plants, animals, and bacteria all have bio-photons; and they use the information in these photons to communicate with each other. (If you haven’t made the connection yet: Humans have over 100 trillion bacteria in and on their bodies.)
Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp found that, while humans emit light, when they are ill or burdened with disease, the strength and pattern of the glow alters. Scientist, Mistuo Hiramatsu, has determined that our hands, feet, and foreheads project the most amount of light. Medical Institutes around the world are now looking at how to use this information and the technology that detects it, for less-invasive diagnosis of patients.
While the discoveries and explanations given by scientists about bio-photons and the light emitted by humans, are helping to advance the medical industry; they are also slowly adding weight to the energy that psychics have described and felt for centuries.
Are Humans Actually Made of Light?