The Unified Harmonic Matrix – The Language of the Universe is Light
(Science Daily) Light-sensitive cells active in the retina even before the fetus can distinguish images may play a larger role in the developing eye and brain than previously thought.
(Carly Cassella) What goes on in our minds is usually a private affair, but sometimes, our eyes can betray our thoughts. When someone is thinking of a bright image, their pupils will noticeably shrink, researchers have found, even if there’s nothing to look at and they weren’t anticipating light.
(Ethan Huff) If you think back to what you were taught in high school science class, you may recall learning that light always travels at a constant speed of 186,282 miles per second (mi/sec). But modern physicists have come to a much different conclusion, observing that the speed of light may actually be somewhat variable depending on the physical conditions through which it’s traveling.
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(Collective Evolution) Scientists found that neurons in mammalian brains were capable of producing photons of light, or “Biophotons”!
(Janine Acero) Some people claim they can see apparitions, things that aren’t really there, or just straight up ghosts. If you’re a skeptical person, you may chalk it up to fatigue, drunkenness, or even hallucinations — anything but actual ghosts. But there may be a sliver of truth to those claims after all. In a new paper posted on arXiv, scientists in Scotland at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh and the University of Glasgow have discovered that the human eye can actually detect “ghost images.”
(Sayer Ji, Founder and Ali Le Vere) What if everything you ever thought was true about the body, and how it produces energy and communicates, was WRONG? Related Photobiology: How Therapeutic Use of Full-Spectrum Light Can Improve Your Health Source – Green Med Info by Sayer Ji, Founder and Ali Le Vere, November 29th, 2018 Food, while being prerequisite for the possibility […]
(Jacob Devaney) Light has a profound affect on our mood and our physiology, it also nourishes many of the plants that give us sustenance. Yet, how often do we consciously consider light as part of a healthy diet? Here is a mindful approach to using light to nourish your body, mind, and spirit.
(Jack Adam Weber) That was a time before modern psychology. Some depth pioneers succeeded Rumi to give us a more detailed map of the unconscious; most notable was Carl Jung. Jung famously believed that we must make our darkness, our unconscious, conscious. If not, he said, it will return to us as fate: Related Photobiology: How Therapeutic […]
(Heather Callaghan) Our addiction to screens isn’t just hurting our social lives or nature – it’s making us physically blind.
(Isabelle Z.) If you’re worried about UV radiation damage but you’re not willing to accept the dangers that come with sunscreen use, you might want to turn to astaxanthin supplements. A new study has confirmed that the supplement offers innate sun protection while reducing UV damage and skin aging. Related The Sun Is A Full-spectrum Medicine (Heliotherapy: Cures Cancer […]
(Christina Sarich) Every spiritual culture has their symbolism. While there is wisdom to be had from each spiritual practice, Theravada Buddhist monks’ symbolically orange or saffron robes have captured the curiosity of the world.
(Dr. Joseph Mercola) The human body literally glows, emitting a visible light in extremely small quantities at levels that rise and fall with the day.
(Milan Karmeli) With a little painful smile at the age of 52, I can say that I’m a person who’s often impatient and dissatisfied. Characteristics have developed through the course of my life. Those close to me have witnessed the fallout of these traits over the years and I, myself, have experienced them. I’ve tried […]
In Number 4 of our ongoing series, “The Top Ten Reasons the Universe is Electric,” we explore an ongoing astrophysical enigma — the Fermi Bubbles, giant gamma ray structures which scientists have dubbed “incandescent bulbs screwed into the center of the galaxy.” In this episode, we explore why such a feature is both explicable and […]