Biophysics & Biophotons
Fritz Albert Popp, German Biophysicist, has discovered that biophotons, units of light that travel within the body, are responsible and necessary for the body to perform the 100,000 biochemical reactions that occur in each cell every second. Biophotons are emitted and resorbed by DNA in every cell’s nucleus carrying massive amounts of information throughout the whole body turning on and off DNA!
It’s also been shown that biophotons are concentrated in the acupuncture meridian system that was mapped out thousands of years ago by the ancient Chinese. With advancement in imaging technology and nanoparticle staining, acupuncture meridians can be visualized under the strongest stereomicroscope. They can also be seen with advance CT scans and infrared thermography.
The meridian system resembles fiberoptics within the human body. Tiny threads following lymphatic and blood vessels connect organ systems to each other and create a very advanced communication network carrying an extremely high density of information beyond the one way signals of the nervous system or the diffuse information carried by hormones. Biophotons in this complex meridian network provide the base for all other signaling pathways in the body including neurotransmitters, vascular flow, hormones, immune response, inflammatory response and stem cell distribution. This newly verified foundational communication network has been named Bonghan Channels after the Korean scientist who first discovered them in 1967.