Bioluminescence

20 Nov 2017

At www.geulogy.com ... some interesting points are made. It purports to be the study of geology in an electric universe. Mini craters found all over Malta for example, and strange looking geological formations in Britain. At www.everythingiselectric.com/biophotonics-humans-auras-acupuncture.html ... we have human auras and glowing people. Interesting story. The human body glimmers although the intensity of the light emitted is well below the sensitivity of the naked eye. Ultra weak photon emission is known as the energy released as light through the changes in energy metabolism.

Bioluminescence, which is also weak but visible, is produced in fireflies and jellyfish for example, as the result of specialised enzymatic reactions that require adenosine triphosphate. However, all living organisms emit extremely weak light, spontaneously, and without photo excitation.