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Bruce Atkins 05-07-2012 11:41 PM

Light energy and biological processes.
 
Why are blastomere cleavages always equatorial? Why do chromatids rotate equatorially on the mitotic spindle and chromosomes align equatorially around it? Why do octamer coils rotate equatorially? Why do chromosomes align equatorially on the mitotic spindle? Why is there a corona of light around the equator of the (successful) sperm cell nucleus? Why does stem cell differentiation present at the blastocyst equator?

Could it possibly be because light energy has an electromagnetic AND electrostatic component acting (equatorially) at right angles to each other (LENZ, FARADAY et al 18th C)? This is FURTHER proof that it is radiant light energy (aura/light body) that catalyses ALL sub-cellular activity.

Keep watching for more STARTLING info relative to light energy and human biological processes.

marrie11 09-21-2012 01:52 PM

Re: Light energy and biological processes.
 
The presence and abundance of light in lakes control many biological processes. Green plants convert the light energy of the Sun into chemica.Most biological organisms such as animals and fungi are unable to directly use light energy to power biological processes such as active .


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