It is found that biophoton emissions rate variations from germinating seedling are related to the local gravimetric tide variations, that is their inflections are synchronised with the turning points in the lunisolar tidal force variation, this apply to seedlings of different species and to the seedlings transported between continents.
Given that energies here involved are much lower than thermal fluctuations at room temperature there must be something wrong in the assumption that this thermal fluctuation energy is a barrier for effects of much lower energies (as also occur with low intensity electromagnetic fields), and taking this paper in consideration they review how indeed some assumptions may be wrong.
Also, to take in consideration that some experiments in the absence of natural light have shown that the basic human "clock" is actually slightly longer than one day, and closer to one lunar day (24h and 50 min). The lunar day has a similar period (24h and 50 min). Are we influenced like plants and have our own biophoton emissions conditioned to lunar cycles?
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