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Confirmed: The Eye Emits Actual Light (Biophotons)

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posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 06:43 PM
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Look deeply into the human eye, and you are bound to get lost in its abysmal beauty. Much like mirrors facing one another in the dizzying cascade of visual infinitude, the seer gets lost in the spectacle, of which s(he) forms a part, i.e, you are an eye seeing at the same moment that you are seeing an eye; percipient and perceptible; seeing and visible.

That exquisite aperture - the mammalian eye - through which the light of the Universe passes into the darkest recesses of the human brain, is actually an extension of the nervous system - that like a plant - grows towards the light which nourishes it. Nourishes it how? With both energy and information, which is the very dual nature of Light.

The eyes do not age like the rest of our organs, due to the exaggerated expression of the chromosome-healing enzyme telomerase. As cells divide, important code at the end of the chromosomes can be damaged when the telomeres are sliced apart during mitosis (cell division). Like the ends of shoe strings, these telomeres are tended to and healed by the enzyme telomerase. The better shape the telomeres and the enzyme telomerase are in, the healthier will be the daughter cells following cell division, and the more long-lived and youthful these organs will be. Since the eyes have a unique level of chromosome-healing activity at their disposal, this explains so well how an aged individual's eyes can relume brilliantly the youthful qualities of their soul.


Watch yourself, or I'll beam my biophotons through you.


I think a while ago I read a thread where they thought that the body did this but as you can see by the title they have supposedly confirmed this now.

What happens if we squint and concentrate? does the beam get more powerful or weaker? I'm going to a public place to figure this out! I can see it now, 'what are you staring at?', 'oh, this is just and experiment'.


Any thoughts?

Pred...




posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 06:52 PM
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I think every day scientists are discovering more and more of our true potential. Or perhaps they already know this, if every being was able to control particles on a sub-atomic level, the devastation would be worse than any war.

Perhaps we are slowly being desensitized to the idea that this is part of our potential?



posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 06:54 PM
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yeah heard about this a year or more ago.

You also know that when you look at someone, from behind, they are more likely to feel that they are being watched, more often than not... probably due to the light waves hitting them



posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 06:58 PM
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lol "ultraweak photon emission." hardly super powers, however this is absolutely amazing. I wonder if you can hone your skills and make a stronger photon emission?

Also everyone is aware of the way somebody staring at you can make you feel, even if you are unaware. There is also the feeling of being watched..could this be an actual physical feeling? very cool stuff.




-is a flag a good thing? I'm confused about that
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posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 07:16 PM
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Some of the earlier attempts of scientifically explaining sight were based on this theory - the theories posited that the world was dark, and our eyes were like torches that lit up the world around us by looking at them.

Good find OP (s+f).





posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 08:49 PM
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This is a kinda-sorta situation, though.

What they are talking about is that ambient photons from light trigger a delayed and much weaker release of photons from materials within the eye.

It's not really light being emitted from your eye so much as it is a biochemical response to external light.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 12:05 AM
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Makes laser beams shooting out of your eyes ala Ex Men much more plausible now!



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:36 AM
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Originally posted by OccamsRazor04
Makes laser beams shooting out of your eyes ala Ex Men much more plausible now!


You mean, like this?

Scientists have for the first time created laser light using living biological material: a single human cell and some jellyfish protein.


That would really be cewl. Almost like in some Sci-Fi movies I've seen


Biological lasers



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:44 AM
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Originally posted by Aim64C

It's not really light being emitted from your eye so much as it is a biochemical response to external light.


Similar to the way algae will glow green at night in the ocean?



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:44 AM
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Im surprised they are not trying to harvest eyes for age longevity drugs.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:50 AM
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This makes a lot of sense when you consider many STARS emit photons and humans are star material aware in 3dimensions. Imagine what else the starbodies can do??? SnF OP
No go futher and convert sun rays and eject them out the eyes
it would take a (lens) to capture and convert and a brain to be able to do the data process.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:58 AM
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My thoughts are that Carl Sagan knows

much more about the Creator of the eye

than he did when he was in this dimension.

And that he has learned greatly more how enormously flawed his 'vision' was.

It doesn't greatly surprise me to learn that the eyes can emit light.

. . . though I don't know how much light the eyes of the hopeless emit . . .

That would be an interesting study.



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