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What does light mean to us humans?

Without light from the Sun, there is no life on Earth.

That is true, and we do not need help from science to understand it. But even today, in the 21st century, physisists and biochemists do not have a complete answer. If we want an answer, we must search, ourselves, in all the material that exists about light to try to understand that light is not only light.

Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp from Germany is a person to listen to. He is one of the key people regarding the understanding what light means to people. He talks about light nourishment, Light Emission and Biophoton.

Dr. Popp, who is both a doctor and a biochemist, found in his laboratory in Kaiserslautern in 1975, something that he called, Biophoton Emission. And the key was a code for life. A form of communication that was valid between all forms of life. And that code was LIGHT. Dr. Popp had found that the DNA molecule not only absorbed light, it also gave light, a coherent light.

Coherent means the possibility for waves to overlap, resulting in a structured condition, where waves can form a coherent and communicating area. Think of laser beams as light in coherent form.

Light Information
When we talk about our own communication, we most likely think about what we can communicate by talking. But that is nothing compared to what our DNA cells do. A DNA has an incredibly high level of information, a level a million times higher than it is technically possible to store in the same dimention anywhere in the world today. Light does not only radiate energy, it also carries information.

Modern light research is beginning to find proof of the meridians of the Chinese.
Dr. Bjoern John Oeverbye, at the Institute for Energy Research, has written the following:

The Red Laser
"The first step in the research of colour is ordinary coloured light. In the 60's, Russian scientists lead by Prof. Injushin, started to replace coloured light with red laser light.

Laser means Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.

The light is created by intensive radiation bombarding a gas.

The light that is created is released in short, intensive pulses, creating a kind of light where all light particles (photons) escape the gas in powerful flashes.

This, in contrast to usual light, where the photones more or less fall out from the source, like a flock of running people, some fast, others slowly.

A laser source, however, kicks out all the photons at the same time, several million times per second.

Scientists call this light monochromatic (one colour) and coherent and in phase.

Such light has specific qualities several times stronger than sunlight and lamplight.

Even in small amounts, it is burning and may be used as a light-scalpel.

At very low power, it is cold; but it heals illnesses.

The reason, according to Injushin, is that the light supplies the sick cells with a kind of energy that works as a "light-vitamin".

The red laser light has proven to heal cancer, heal wounds, reproduce missing tissue, in other words: facelift, anti-wrincle treatment, kill bacteria, soften pain and cure muscle and nerve damage.”

Bioenergetic Colour Signals
According to the theories of the Institute for Energy Research, the meridians carry three types of coloured light: All three are part of the invisible bioenergetic orange light. These light waves spread through the meridians. A light wave can, however, be "coded." The coding occurs when the waves bring with them ultra-fast mini-waves. We have determined eight different superfast extra waves, that we have given the name bioenergetic colour signals, because they resemble the light of the rainbow, even if we do not see them. What significance do these super fast colour signals have? They represent frequencies that cure illnesses by transforming to meaningful nerve signals that influence the body’s life functions.

Common Research
So far, most scientists agree that the speed of light is 300,000 kilometres per second. But like most laws of physics, this is now challenged. By the end of 1990, it was announced that the speed of light had been slowed down to 60 km per second.

Laser help in research
It was the Danish physicist, Lene V. Hau, and her colleages that did the experiment. A laser beam and a short pulse of laser light were sent through a cloud of natrium atoms cooled to the 50-billionth degree above the absolute zero. The laser beam produced a special condition in the natrium atoms making it possible to remove energy from the front end of the laser pulse and add energy to the rear end. The result was that, in a split second, a dramatic slowdown of the light pulse occured. The speed slowed to 60 km per second as opposed to the normal speed of 300,000 km per second.

The Lack of Air in Space
It is only when light travels in a vacuum that the speed is 299,792.458 km per second. Even in air, the speed is reduced by almost 100 km per second; and in water, it is reduced to 225,000 km per second. When light passes through any matter, it will slow down.

Do physicists understand what light is?
What is light? Today, the physicists cannot give a conclusive answer, even though they know a lot, for example, how light behaves. We know that light is an electromagnetic disturbance and creates a wave-like field spreading outward. But the light may also behave like a flow of particles, light quantums or photons.

Light spreads like waves, but is identified as particles.
So far, there is agreement today, but research continues and the 21st century may be an incredibly exciting century, where we could experience a revolution within quantum physics. The steadily increasing flow of information will be transferred, both faster and better, through optical cables.
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