Introducing Electrobiomagnetism as Factor in Bioluminescence

Abraham A. Embi, Alfonso Zarate

13442 SW 102 Lane, Miami, Florida 33186, USA; Academico, Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, “Dr Roberto Treviño Zapata”, Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas, Carretera Victoria-Mante km 5, cd. Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico.

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Background: In prior studies designed to determine the presence of intrinsic biolelectromagnetic fields emitted by the human hair, we utilized a combination of nano sized iron particles (2000 nanometers in diameter) and Prussian Blue Stain in solution. This preparation was dubbed  (PBS Fe2 2K). Electromagnetic fields were detected and reported, as well as electromagnetic radiations ie: stationary light ray emanating horizontally from the hair follicle. The light ray was observed in a preparation dubbed the sandwich (SDW) since the ex vivo hair and the special solution were undergoing slow dehydration trapped between two glass slides.

Methods: During that phase of experimentation a single slide preparation (SSP) consisting of drops the PBS Fe2 2K solution was also developed.  An ex vivo human hair was imbedded in the solution and while exposed to ambient air was allowed to undergo unimpeded evaporation. Video recordings during the evaporative phase of the SSP were obtained.

Results: Light flashes (read bioluminescence) were observed (n=4) in the SSPs,, followed by repulsion of the advancing crystallization line of the diamagnetic solution. In other experiments (n=10) videorecordings document the photoelectric effect or the duality nature of light. Journal of Nature and Science (JNSCI), 2(7):e198, 2016

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