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Quantum Energy and Your Body
Max Planck, renowned genius and German scientist circa the late 1900s derived quantum energy which suggested that instead of a continuous absorption or emitting of electromagnetic radiation, radiant energy, otherwise known as “quanta”, is emitted in minute bursts of energy, known as “quantum”. Despite discovering the idea of quantifiable energy, Planck, along with other popular [...]
Max Planck, renowned genius and German scientist circa the late 1900s derived quantum energy which suggested that instead of a continuous absorption or emitting of electromagnetic radiation, radiant energy, otherwise known as “quanta”, is emitted in minute bursts of energy, known as “quantum”.
Despite discovering the idea of quantifiable energy, Planck, along with other popular scientists such as Wien, Jean and Rayleigh would all end up puzzling over the revolutionary discovery and what quantum energy could mean to mankind.
In 1905, the idea of quantum energy was revisited again by Albert Einstein who essentially postulated the idea of quantum physics based on Planck’s equation.
As physicists and scientists continue to grapple over quantum energy and how it can help fuel the world’s limited resources, the medical community is now gearing up to find a way to cure cancer using quantum energy.
In 1970, Fritz-Albert Popp, a theoretical biophysicist at the University of Marburg (Germany) was examining a polycyclic hydrocarbon. In laymen terms, the German scientist was investigating one of the world’s most lethal carcinogens known to mankind.
Armed with a brief understanding of quantum energy and a UV-light, Popp would discover that the carcinogen absorbed the UV light and re-emitted said light at a different frequency. By passing the UV light through one of the compound rings, it rendered the polycyclic hydrocarbon harmless to humans.
Using the same quantum energy basis, Popp then experimented with over thirty different chemicals, some of which were also carcinogenic. By the end of his experiments, Popp could then predict which substances could cause cancer as that would be the components that absorbed the UV-light before reflecting it back at a different frequency.
Popp then turned his attention to the skin cancer as according to his quantum energy-based theory; wouldn’t patients just have to undergo UV-light treatment to be healed? Popp then came to a breakthrough conclusion that humans have an inward light that is responsible for the photo-repairing process in the body. Popp then surmises that skin cancer occurs because the cancer cells had permanently block and scrambled the internal light, causing photo-repair to stop working.
Of course, the idea that your body is emitting light would seem rather flimsy without proof. To vindicate his theory, Popps assigned the task to his student, Bernhard Ruth who instead took to the task of proving his mentor’s theory completely wrong. Once the X-Ray-like machine was built, a first testing with cucumber seedlings clearly showed that light waves of a surprisingly high intensity were actually emitted from the seedlings!
The test was then repeated with potatoes as well. The idea that vegetables have a high burst of light within them caused Popps to theorize that perhaps humans obtain the same amount of quantum energy when ingesting vegetables.
From the physicist’s point of view, this sudden addition of quantum energy in the human body is probably the driving force between the interactions of molecules in our body. After all, we know that molecules in the body respond to certain frequencies and that the light waves emitted from the digested quantum energy answers how the body manages to carry out complicated feats such as breathing, thinking, sleeping, dreaming and feeling assorted emotions all at the same time.
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