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Glowing/Sweating Humans and scientific Proof of Auras

If salt is the spice of life and we die without it why do we sweat salt?

If the Theory of Evolution is correct and its all about survival of the fittest and adaption etc then why do we sweat salt?

So why do we sweat salt when it is the last thing we should do? If sweating is to cool us down then there are easier and safer ways. Bigger ears etc.

The last thing we want to do is to lose salt. Unless the sweating of salt is not just to "cool" us down or is actually used for a variation of the theme.

The reason we sweat salt is to increase our electrical conductivity. What other reason could there be? Could it be to  increase the energy we gather from our electrical surroundings and the Electrical Universe or to pump it out. It could be to help in an exchange mechanism, with the energy exchange colling us down, like evaporation.

Is there any evidence of electrical activity and our bodies?

Glowing humans - not just pregnant women but everyone

Peoples auras are an electrical affect and it may now have been proved by scientists. If you can not see auras you certainly sense them. That powerful person who although not saying a word you feel it.


Scientific evidence for human Auras



Sceintists have conducted an experiement that studied humans glowing. They did find a very low level of physical light being emitted. This would seem to mean that there is more energy being used or created as light is usually a secondary sign. This would seem to back up people who do see auras. If people are sensitive to electrical energy/frequencies then this is what they are picking up. It is an Electrical Universe. Everything is Electric.


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The human body literally glimmers. The intensity of the light emitted by the body is 1000 times lower than the sensitivity of our naked eyes. Ultraweak photon emission is known as the energy released as light through the changes in energy metabolism. We successfully imaged the diurnal change of this ultraweak photon emission with an improved highly sensitive imaging system using cryogenic charge-coupled device (CCD) camera. We found that the human body directly and rhythmically emits light. The diurnal changes in photon emission might be linked to changes in energy metabolism.
Imaging of Ultraweak Spontaneous Photon Emission from Human Body Displaying Diurnal Rhythm (or Glowing Humans experiment)


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When you are ill with a fever you have ups and downs. These normally are in line with you feeling hot and cold, when you are feeling bad your head especially gets hot. Does the energy being created, exchanged or downloaded create the "fever" or is it the other way round. Why does it go in cycles? Would you glow more during the hot stages?

Why are women who are pregnant said to glow? Could it be that their body is exchanging/converting a lot of energy and either that mechanism is creating the glow or it is a secondary effect of it?

When you have taken a trip and hallucinating it will come back in phases. When it does you find that your body but especially your head gets much hotter. Is this a variation of a hallucination during a fever? Is it due to energy or your brain changing its frequency? You would suspect that you would glow more when in the higher state of consciousness than when coming down.

As drugs change the chemicals in our body and especially affect the brain do they change the frequency that the brain is tuned to? That is why you see stuff that is always there in the background. Why a number of people can see the same thing at the same time. Will different drugs also change how much you glow?



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Biophotonics | Glowing Humans | Auras | Acupuncture - DIScussion article

Imaging of Ultraweak Spontaneous Photon Emission from Human Body Displaying Diurnal Rhythm - Article and images

Glowing Humans (Auras) Experiment - images (EYE)

Biophotonics - ultraweak photon emission from human body (book extract)

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Ultraweak Spontaneous Photon Emission from Human Body - Experiment
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2009, 14:33:56 »
Imaging of Ultraweak Spontaneous Photon Emission from Human Body Displaying Diurnal Rhythm

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The human body literally glimmers. The intensity of the light emitted by the body is 1000 times lower than the sensitivity of our naked eyes. Ultraweak photon emission is known as the energy released as light through the changes in energy metabolism. We successfully imaged the diurnal change of this ultraweak photon emission with an improved highly sensitive imaging system using cryogenic charge-coupled device (CCD) camera. We found that the human body directly and rhythmically emits light. The diurnal changes in photon emission might be linked to changes in energy metabolism.



Introduction

Bioluminescence, which is weak but visible, is sometimes produced in living organisms, such as fireflies or jellyfish, as the result of specialized enzymatic reactions that require adenosine triphosphate. However, virtually all living organisms emit extremely weak light, spontaneously without external photoexcitation [1]. This biophoton emission is categorized in different phenomena of light emission from bioluminescence, and is believed to be a by-product of biochemical reactions in which excited molecules are produced from bioenergetic processes that involves active oxygen species [1], [2]. Human body is glimmering with light of intensity weaker than 1/1000 times the sensitivity of naked eyes [3], [4]. By using a sensitive charge-coupled-device (CCD) camera with the ability to detect light at the level of a single photon, we succeeded in imaging the spontaneous photon emission from human bodies [3].




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Reply posted on PLos ONE: Consider photoemission from NO
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2009, 16:33:53 »


Consider photoemission from NO - reply Posted on PLos ONE by daedalus2u



The location and time variation of this bioluminescence is very interesting. It does seem to match the location and temporal phase of nasal NO production.

http://www.jiaci.org/issu...

NO is frequently detected by chemiluminescence from reaction with O3. Is there enough O3 in ambient air to produce a small number of photons by this mechanism?

Low temperature does reduce nasal NO production. Lower NO (as from NOS inhibition) increases cortisol production (probably by differential regulation of cytochrome P450 enzymes), so an inverse correlation is not unexpected.

There is considerable NO/NOx chemistry going on in the mouth. Salivary glands concentrate nitrate ~10x over plasma levels and commensal bacteria on the tongue reduce it to nitrite. It is interesting that the two high metabolic rate tissues in the field of view (heart and brain) did not seem to be specific sources of light.

There seems to be a variation in background light emission that might be consistent with a volume source of photons from exhaled NO. That background also seems to vary in phase with the direct photoemission from the subject. (but images F and G seem to look suspiciously identical, perhaps a mislabeling?)

This is very interesting work which will <i>shed light</i> ;) on free radical reactions occurring in vivo. I look forward to seeing more results.

Competing interests declared: Doing research on basal NO and have patented the use of commensal ammonia oxidizing bacteria to generate NO/NOx on the skin from ammonia in sweat.

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Biophotonics - Optical Science and Engineering for the 21st Century


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Particularly interesting was the observation that frequently the bilateral emission from hands was higher in summer than in other parts of the year.







Google Books - Biophotonics - Optical Science and Engineering for the 21st Century - By Xun Shen, Roeland van Wijk
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Acupuncture's meridian and biophotonics
« Reply #4 on: July 24, 2009, 00:14:22 »
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Acupunctures meridian

Can or has biophotonics (the study of light being emitted by living things) proved the meridians used in the ancient Chinese medical practise of acupuncture? With the latest news confirming again that humans emit light what did the old cultures know about human bodies and electricity or natural energy?


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The body is a single, continuous system in which the acupuncture meridians are the primary photonic and electromagnetic pathways. Although it has been a basic tenet of Oriental medicine for thousands of years that a tiny stimulus may propagate throughout a living system, what is new is that we are now able to distinguish many of the biological structures and mechanisms that amplify and transmit these signals.

Connective tissues, cell membranes, sensory receptors and many other biological structures are composed of highly ordered arrays of molecules. Once energy reaches a certain threshold within these structures, their molecules may begin to vibrate in unison. Resonance may produce a physical vibration or may cause the emission of energy across a broad range of the electromagnetic spectrum from coherent light (biophotons) through radio waves.
acupuncturetoday.com


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This study shows, for the first time, evidence of the existence of the acupuncture meridian structure in the human body. After moxibustion (or similar light stimulation) of the body in the 3-5 microm range, "light channels" appear on the body, which appear to be identical to what are known as meridians in all textbooks of Traditional Chinese Medicine. These findings appear not only to confirm the existence of acupuncture meridians, but they also open a new window on understanding the energy transfer dynamics of the human body. Furthermore, it is likely that living matter is not in the ground state, but permanently electronically excited.
International Institute of Biophysics, Landesstiftung Hombroich


Infrared thermography fails to visualize stimulation-induced meridian like structures
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According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) the vital energy flows through a system of channels also called meridians. Generally accepted proof for meridians cannot be considered as being given. Goal of this study was to examine whether possible stimulation-induced meridian-like structures, as recently described by other authors, can be visualized and objectified simultaneously at different infrared wavelength ranges
Medical University of Graz, Austria


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Studies of Skin Impedance

For acupuncture, it has been overwhelmingly shown that skin impedance (the skin's resistance to electrical current) is lower on the acupoints, in other words, the points on the body that correspond to the TCM meridian system conduct electricity better than other points.

The China Academy of TCM in Beijing conducted an experiment which appeared in a 1999 issue of the Acupuncture and Electro-Therapeutics Research journal where a specific point on the pericardium meridian was found to have consistently lower impedance than other non-acupoints .

Similar results were discovered in another 2005 study conducted at the Department of Internal Medicine at Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer, Israel, and published in The Israel Medical Association Journal (IMAJ). This study took an important step further by observing how the amount of impedance found at an acupoint can serve to diagnose problems with the corresponding internal organ.

The studies on this subject number in the hundreds and the case seems overwhelming -- flesh at the acupoints conducts electricity better than non-acupoints. But what does that mean?

Since acupuncture follows the TCM meridian system, a theory which contends that bio-electricity (electric phenomena occurring in living organisms) has a tendency to follow certain paths in the body, scientific evidence of low skin impedance (higher electrical conductivity) on the points along the meridians seems to fit with TCM theory.
Acupuncture and Its Slow Acceptance in Mainstream Science Circles - Studies of Skin Impedance section


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For several years, a number of authors have attempted to scientifically investigate the anotomic relevance of acupuncture points and their connections, known as "meridians".

It has long been known that skin impedance varies significantly in areas related to the classic acupuncture points. Correlations have also been made between the acupuncture "meridians" and subjective physical sensations in areas of specific dermatoligcal lesions.
]Nuclear Medicine and Acupuncture Message Transmission[/url - The Journal of Nuclear Medicine (pdf)

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acupunture and adenosine
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New Insights Spur Effort to Boost Treatment’s Impact Significantly

Scientists have taken another important step toward understanding just how sticking needles into the body can ease pain.

In a paper published online May 30 in Nature Neuroscience, a team at the University of Rochester Medical Center identifies the molecule adenosine as a central player in parlaying some of the effects of acupuncture in the body. Building on that knowledge, scientists were able to triple the beneficial effects of acupuncture in mice by adding a medication approved to treat leukemia in people.

The research focuses on adenosine, a natural compound known for its role in regulating sleep, for its effects on the heart, and for its anti-inflammatory properties. But adenosine also acts as a natural painkiller, becoming active in the skin after an injury to inhibit nerve signals and ease pain in a way similar to lidocaine.

In the current study, scientists found that the chemical is also very active in deeper tissues affected by acupuncture. The Rochester researchers looked at the effects of acupuncture on the peripheral nervous system – the nerves in our body that aren’t part of the brain and spinal cord. The research complements a rich, established body of work showing that in the central nervous system, acupuncture creates signals that cause the brain to churn out natural pain-killing endorphins.

The new findings add to the scientific heft underlying acupuncture, said neuroscientist Maiken Nedergaard, M.D., D.M.Sc., who led the research. Her team is presenting the work this week at a scientific meeting, Purines 2010, in Barcelona, Spain.

“Acupuncture has been a mainstay of medical treatment in certain parts of the world for 4,000 years, but because it has not been understood completely, many people have remained skeptical,” said Nedergaard, co-director of the University’s Center for Translational Neuromedicine, where the research was conducted.

“In this work, we provide information about one physical mechanism through which acupuncture reduces pain in the body,” she added.

To do the experiment, the team performed acupuncture treatments on mice that had discomfort in one paw. The mice each received a 30-minute acupuncture treatment at a well known acupuncture point near the knee, with very fine needles rotated gently every five minutes, much as is done in standard acupuncture treatments with people.

The team made a number of observations regarding adenosine:

    * In mice with normal functioning levels of adenosine, acupuncture reduced discomfort by two-thirds.
    * In special “adenosine receptor knock-out mice” not equipped with the adenosine receptor, acupuncture had no effect.
    * When adenosine was turned on in the tissues, discomfort was reduced even without acupuncture.
    * During and immediately after an acupuncture treatment, the level of adenosine in the tissues near the needles was 24 times greater than before the treatment.

Once scientists recognized adenosine’s role, the team explored the effects of a cancer drug called deoxycoformycin, which makes it harder for the tissue to remove adenosine. The compound boosted the effects of acupuncture treatment dramatically, nearly tripling the accumulation of adenosine in the muscles and more than tripling the length of time the treatment was effective.

“It’s clear that acupuncture may activate a number of different mechanisms,” said Josephine P. Briggs, M.D., director of the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. “This carefully performed study identifies adenosine as a new player in the process. It’s an interesting contribution to our growing understanding of the complex intervention which is acupuncture,” added Briggs, who is the spouse of co-author Jurgen Schnermann.
Acupuncture’s Molecular Effects Pinned Down