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Title: Photonic emissions of living and non-living matter
Authors: Costa, Justin N.
Keywords: Periodic Elements;Fixed Human Brain;Spontaneous Photon Emissions;10-12 W·m-2;Flux Density;Hameroff-Penrose “Orch-OR Theory”;Mach;Kant;Spinoza;Biophotons;Quantitative EEG (QEEG) Visualization;Corpus Callosum;Aharanov-Bohm Effect;Cellular Aggregates
Issue Date: 27-Jan-2017
Abstract: Photons are known to be the product of electrochemical states of excitability. The interaction of photons between chemical and biological systems allows statistical methods to be employed to discern frequency- and time-dependent data. The present document demonstrates photon emissions sources attributed to chemical, biomolecular, and living and non-living tissues through theoretical and empirical photon counting measures. The results suggest that photon count intensity is statistically significant when measuring variance in volumes of matter. In addition, photon count measures when lagged between the cerebral hemisphere of human subject, display significant correlations. Spectral analyses revealed significant peak frequencies from living biological sources when exposed to incident photons and/or magnetic fields. The photon emissions from differing levels of discourse may exist to be used as energy sources responsible for the mechanisms that interact within open systems and their environments. Photons may reflect a form of communication within more complex aggregates of matter.
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