Fritz Albert Popp
The phenomenon of how information is transmitted within living systems was and is being extensively studied by a bio-physicist named Fritz Albert Popp. He discovered that photons provided the vehicle for which information was transmitted.
Photons are light particles without mass. They transmit information within a cell and between cells. He showed that DNA of living cells stores and releases photons. He called this "biophotonic emission".
The intensity is about 10 18th times lower than regular daylight. To study this phenomenon he developed an instrument called a photon multiplier which could detect the glow of a firefly 10 miles away. DNA uses a variety of frequencies as an information tool suggesting a feedback system of perfect communication through waves which encode and transfer information.
Another fascinating characteristic of photons is their coherence. In a healthy state the emission is more coherent than anything that man has ever developed.
Quantum coherence means that subatomic particles are able to co-operate. These waves know about each other and are highly interlinked by bands of electromagnetic fields. They can communicate with each other. It is analogous to an orchestra where all photons are playing together but as individual instruments that are able to carry on playing individual parts.
Therefore, biophotonic emission is a perfect communication system that transfers information to may cells across the body and to other bodies.
Another important characteristic of biophotons is that they follow biological rhythms (i.e., daily, weekly, monthly and annually). In healthy individuals the biophotons are extremely coherent and in rhythm with the world. In seriously ill people (i.e., cancer) they have lost their natural rhythm and coherence. The lines of communication were scrambled and they lost their connection with the world. In effect their light was going out.
Interestingly, Popp found in people with multiple sclerosis, that the opposite was true. They were in a state of too much order. They were taking in too much light, inhibiting the ability of the cells to do their job. Too much cooperative harmony prevented flexibility and individuality. In reality, they were drowning in their light.
In a stressed state, the rate of biophotonic emissions went up. This is a defense mechanism to try and return to homeostasis. Therefore biophotonic emission is a sort of correction mechanism in living systems.
Studying food, Popp found that the healthiest food has the lowest and most coherent intensity of light.
William Ross Adey