" According to the Trushin hypothesis, light emissions between cells and microorganisms could be a major mechanism for “interunit” communication. The capacity for particularly patterned electromagnetic magnetic fields with specific temporal parameters to remain or to be “trapped” within the cell’s aqueous environments that facilitate interfacial water was postulated by Del Giudice and Preparata and shown experimentally by us. We reasoned that specific pulsing patterns of photon energies coupled to weak magnetic fields would facilitate photon representations within cells. We found that melanoma cells in vitro exposed for 1 h to a specific temporally complex pattern of weak magnetic fields coupled with LED 470 nm (blue) light flashes (1 ms point durations) demonstrated this capacity. During the 120 min following the 1 h of exposure this magnetic-light paired stimulation 100-1,000 fold increases in emissions of photons from cells were measured compared to any of the other field patterns which did not differ from sham field conditions. The delayed emissions began about 30-40 min after field+light termination, peaked around 70 min later, and approached the values of other conditions after about 100 min. The total photon energy emitted was quantitatively similar to the energy induced by the effective magnetic field. Additional measurements by fluorescence spectrophotometry indicated that the wavelengths of the photons during this post-stimulation interval peaked around the 470 nm which corresponded to the wavelength to which the cells had been exposed in combination with a magnetic field. The emission peak for sham field exposed cells was around Pollack’s value of ~270 nm for interfacial water. These results are consistent with models predicting that, under special conditions, coupled magnetic fields and pulsed photons can be maintained within the aqueous state of living tissue and can be re-emitted long after that stimulation has been terminated. The results suggest a potential mechanism for intercellular communication that is applicable to biology and medicine."
"Cells that had been exposed to sham conditions displayed peak photon emissions around 270 nm, which is the value often reported for interfacial water by Pollack and his colleagues [12,13]. Because the standardized power distribution over the range of wavelengths appeared to be displaced from the 270 nm emissions associated with interfacial water to those associated with the LED wavelength of 470 nm, we suggest that the intrinsic energy within the water and cell aggregate may have been recruited into the representation of the substrate by which the 470 nm energy was maintained as a quantity of energy. If this occurred, then the 1 ms point durations of the geomagnetic field at weak intensity could have created the coherent domains for this maintenance as hypothesized by Del Giudice and Preparata ."
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