How do photons stored in hemoglobin exert a physiologic affect?
I understand they are absorbed when blood comes to the surface because of UV stimulating NO.
Once stored in hemoglobin, what do they do and how? How to they get to the mitochondria?
Are there any posted blogs on specifically this?
"Tonight's photon factoid: Can we explain in real simple terms the journey of a photons interaction with a protein or cell membrane inside our circulatory system?
-Photon leaves sun after one million years of confinement
-Travels to skin and hits the skin and skin releases nitric oxide. The NO causes a phototropism effect as the surface arterioles come to the surface of the skin and the blood gets irradiated by all frequencies of the light. (leafs move toward sun too)
-Sun light is absorbed differently by each tissue.
Hemoglobin absorbs 270-600 nm with a sharp cut off at 600 nm. Hits electron in cell membrane of red blood cells and this changes DHA and sulfates them
-Electron energy in proteins are raised called excitement. This creates an exciton. Since RBC's have no mitochondria excitons react with water in blood plasma. (93%)
-electron is now close enough to reactant because of water and water is turned into a sea of EZ that creates forward flow in the closed tube This lowers BP and affects renin angiotensin system far away. Sunlight is also a calcium channel blocker so it lowers calcium flows to lower BP too. And dermal pooling also has a BP lowering effect to cause local reaction in the vessels.
-raised electron facilitates one of the many reactions constantly happening in cell simultaneously as excitons are apt to do. This happens in leaves too.
Or in the case of hemoglobin
-Exciton ejected from iron when they come into contact with a mitochondria at some tissue.
-Exciton finds the best route out of the protein using cool quantum effects that mimic what we see in leaves reaction centers.
-The formation of EZ and a photoelectric change to the surface of the RBC somehow helps the red blood cell move through body electromagnetically. As a RBC travels through the vessel it sheds sulfate groups which carry a negative charge. This also means within the circulatory system we develop both electric and magnetic field. The voltage change is caused by the motions of the RBC itself.......DHA and sulfates in the cell membrane. The hemoglobin inside it a ferry boat of light to be given to cytochrome 1 of mitochondria. It is not involved in the shedding phenomena. Remember RBC's have no mitochondria by design......they have to bring light to cells with mitochondria. The voltage change with blood flow acts like an induction magnet. As the RBC's moves through the circulation the magnetic field induced allows the vessel wall to release nitric oxide and sulfate cholesterol. This occurs in the blood plasma which is filled with 93% water. The EZ augments blood flow this way.....because there is a lot of positive charge in the artery wall and a large negative charge in the RBC's and EZ of plasma. This allows the like like likes action to occur between the EZ and RBC's to improve laminar flow.
Cholesterol plays a huge role here......Cholesterol stabilizes the artery wall by stablizing the cells in this tissue by stabilizing the inner mitochondrial membrane to lower vibrations in the Q cycle. This makes sure the " light deli slicer" (recent webinar) is accurate in making the key red light frequencies from the 340nm excited electrons that enter at cytochrome that will be shuttled to cytochrome 3 for the distal cytochromes. Most people know that sunlight has 42% IR-A light present in it. Most people do not know that red light at 613.5 and 623.5 nm (in one spectrum, at 606 nm), in the red maximum have some interesting effects on human tissue. RBC's like red light up until 600 nm only. That is where hemoglobin's peak ends sharply for absoption. Are there other key frequencies buried in the sun for healing other parts of our tissues? Yes. The far-red maximum has exact peak positions between 667.5 and 683.7 nm in different spectra. Two near infrared maxima have peak positions in the range 750.7-772.3 nm and 812.5-846.0 nm. Might these peaks be critical in our mitochondria too? Might this be why low cholesterol kills us with cancers? I think so and this mechanism above shows you why.
Cholesterol is a polar molecule that needs the sun to sulfate it so that molecular vibrations are lowered. The isomerization step in the skin requires an elevated surface temperature, that UVB light gives the skin to photonically change cholesterol to its sulfated form and then S- cholesterol to its sulfated Vitamin D3 form. This is fundamentally why Ancel Keys 7 countries Study was completely worthless on quantum biology merits. He found that high un sulfated cholesterol linked to heart disease. That link should have been expected because in all seven countries he sampled the zip codes were missing UVB light. Lack of UVB light is what drives heart disease not the presence of LDL cholesterol. When you ascribe causation to food and not to light you make catastrophic errors in science."