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Old 08-21-2011, 04:52 PM
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Originally Posted by MonsieurM View Post
Three Soviet scientists, S. STSCHURIN, V. P. and L. KAZNACHEJEU Michailova, confirmed after more
than 5 000 experiments that living cells transmit information through photons (in 1981).
We can describe the experiments simply as follows:
- Cells are bathed in a nutrient solution in two spherical flasks made of quartz. The two flasks are touching
each other. If a cell culture is affected by a virus, or poisoned, the cells in the adjacent flask become
impaired every time and always have the same symptoms, whereas they should be protected from the toxic
influence of other cells by the quartz sides.
- If you use glass flasks, the second cell colony is protected.
- The transmission between the two colonies is made by ultraviolet radiation.
*** These same three Soviet scientists measured the cell radiation using a photomultiplier. "Normally living
cells emit a constant stream of light rays. When a virus enters cells, radiation changes: it first increases -
then silence then new increase, then gradual attenuation of radiation in multiple wavesuntil the cell
dies. This recalls the cries of pain of an animal.
*** In 1974, Simon STSCHURIN, said: "The cells affected by different diseases have different radiation
characteristics. We are convinced that photons are able to inform us long before the onset of pernicious
degeneration to disclose the presence of a virus ".
Today, scientists worldwide are exploring this phenomenon:
- In Australia, the correlation between cancer and ultra-hight- throuhput radiation is under study.
- In Brazil, fundamental studies are being conducted to understand light transport in cells.
- In China, the action of light on cells is currently studied.
- In Japan, research is trying to make an early diagnosis of cancer from cell radiation

I read somewhere sometime ago that scientists impregnated a frog with light thru petri dishes. Sperm in the bottom one and a frog in the top one; or frog eggs. I've been trying to find that article again. If anyone knows what I'm talking about I'd appreciate a link.

This of course gets me thinking. Why couldn't we put gasoline in a dish and water in another dish, shine light up thru the two and convert the water to gasoline. Once converted, couldn't we just use a few drops of the converted water to make large quantities of gas by mixing it into barrels of water???

I may be dreaming here.
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