Characteristics of biophotons

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Different wavelengths coming from outside and inside the body activate different biochemical reactions and cellular processes. In particular, radio frequencies, microwaves and infrared waves affect the oscillating (time-varying)states of the body.
In contrast, the spectrum of visible light and the ultraviolet range provide the influence of electron states, which is the power of biophotons. together they are related to the so-called, with a basic regulatory system that networks the entire organization and organizes all life processes.
An essential condition for this biochemistry regulatory model is that biophotons form an electromagnetic field with adequate coherence within the cell and throughout the cell association. An important characteristic of the outflow of photons is its intensity, which ranges from one to a few thousand photons per second at a surface area of 1 cm2.
Research shows that biophoton emission is due to metastable (carrying excess energy over equilibrium) excited molecules in which electron spins are inverted. In particular, the oxygen molecule shows a significant difference.
In the outermost electron orbit, two electrons in oxygen are arranged by parallel rotation and are not antiparallel, as is observed in the largest number of other molecules.
Unidirectional spins determine three different energy states as a function of the external magnetic field. Atoms can rotate, vibrate and become excited. In the excited state, they have completely different physical and chemical characteristics from the original state. So much so that they can be considered a kind of unstable isomer (molecules with the same formula but different structures).
The internal signaling of living organisms was previously thought of as an electrical signal, an electron flow in the nerve pathways, but this only partially explains the rapid processes.
Photons, on the other hand, can cause reactions at high speeds of light over long distances, both inside and outside the body!