How DNA Helps Humans Harvest Energy From The Sun

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Light sensing machinery transforms sunlight into body chemistry

Whether it comes from the sun, the stars, or our phones, we are often bathed in light. We use both natural and man-made light to help us get through modern life, and we’ve even figured out how to harvest its energy through the use of solar panels. But the ability to capture the energy in sunlight isn’t new to humans. In fact, it’s coded in our DNA. The human body is capable of building specialized proteins that transform light energy into chemical energy. One of these proteins, known as melanopsin, uses light energy to set our biological clock and may be involved in embryonic development. Continue reading “How DNA Helps Humans Harvest Energy From The Sun”

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An “unaccounted source” of energy nourishing the body? Science says yes

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At the end of the 19th century, Wilbur Atwater and Francis Benedict allegedly found evidence that the human metabolism essentially is the same as combustion in inorganic nature. Nearly hundred years later, their studies were replicated in the 1970s and 1980s with better instruments and measuring methods and suddenly the almighty Calorie Theory became flawed and even disproved.
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Chi/Prana – The Energy That Nourishes Us All

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The Chi energy, or you may call it Prana, Orgon, Mana, or „Light“, surrounds us everywhere. Also in the absence of visible light, it enters our body. So every human being is living to a certain degree on „light“, meaning with this direct Chi assimilation.In China the mysterious energy of life is called Chi.  Chi is used in acupuncture and martial arts and shows very real effects. Continue reading “Chi/Prana – The Energy That Nourishes Us All”

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The Science Behind Pranic Nourishment/Breatharianism

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As we have met many people who are nourished by light/chi/prana to various degrees, and also practiced this lifestyle, we’re researching the possibility from the scientific perspective. Here’s what we’ve found:

<<8 weeks is considered the overall threshold for the average human’s ability to survive without food. There have been cases in human history where the time frame has been substantially shortened as well as lengthened tremendously. Continue reading “The Science Behind Pranic Nourishment/Breatharianism”

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