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From: John Rose (107.136.181.36)
Subject:         Re: Biophotons
Date: May 12, 2015 at 5:56 am PST

In Reply to: Biophotons posted by Gosia on May 7, 2015 at 11:51 pm:

I've tried to post my File Preview on Biophotons, but it appears to be too long, so if you are interested, I could email you my file.

In the meantime, here are a couple of interesting articles from my file...

http://viewzone2.com/dnax.html
Are humans really beings of light?

http://articles.mer---cola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/08/15/Your-Body-Literally-Glows-With-Light.aspx
Your Body Literally Glows With Light

You'll have to back out the "---" for the link above as this website won't link to certain websites.

This website below probably has what YOU are looking for as it has 17 published articles...

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/keyword/biophotons
Biophotons
View the Evidence:

1. Anatomic characterization of human ultra-weak photon emission in practitioners of transcendental meditation(TM) and control subjects.
2. Effects of a color filter used in auriculomedicine on ultraweak photon emission of the human body.
3. Imaging of ultraweak spontaneous photon emission from human body displaying diurnal rhythm.
4. Meditation seems to influence the complex interactions of oxidative and anti-oxidative reactions which regulate photon emission.
5. Multi-site recording and spectral analysis of spontaneous photon emission from human body.
6. Rhodiola reduces the level of biophoton emission in human subjects.
7. An experimental model using artificial sunlight irradiation to induce photon emissions in human skin fibroblasts points to the existence of an efficient intracellular photon trapping system within human cells.
8. In vivo imaging of spontaneous ultraweak photon emission from a rat's brain correlated with cerebral energy metabolism and oxidative stress.
9. Spontaneous and visible light-induced ultraweak photon emission from rat eyes.
10. Visible light induced ocular delayed bioluminescence as a possible origin of negative afterimage.
11. Activity-dependent neural tissue oxidation emits intrinsic ultraweak photons
12. DNA may be a source of biophoton emission.
13. Laser-ultraviolet-A-induced ultraweak photon emission in mammalian cells.
14. LIving systems give off measurable intensities of light, i.e. photons in the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
15. Photon emission from perturbed and dying organisms: biomedical perspectives.
16. The power of intention may have an empirical, physico-chemical and/or electromagnetic explanation for its efficacy.
17. Ultraweak photon emission hold considerable promise as measure for the oxidative status.

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