I enjoyed the movie, though it looked like a rain forrest. However, most interesting is the type of process going in, where a living organism is
emitting light: Bioluminescence
If you were to compare this to sonoluminescence, and the star in a jar, or the pistol shrimp, for example, which involves an implosive caviation
bubble that reaches the temperature of the sun's corona.
Now, not as much energy is going into this as is emitted.
In fact, it seems to have to do with sound.
Bioluminescence uses luminescence, cold light process, which still seems implosive, and wonder if its accoustic as well.
Well there is more than just sound that creates cold fusion or implosion, cavitation:
John Keely's laws of harmony (ie atomic pitch)
laws of atomic oscillation
variation of atomic pitch by temperature, by electricity and magnetism, by pressure
(so cavitation can occur with oscillation, temperature, magnetism, and pressure)
Friction heaters and water heaters such as Griggs, which is many holes in a rotor, and like the friction heating, has a moving cylindar inside
another, creating alot of friction, aggitation.
Lots of things can create the alchemy, fusion.
Some of these creatures may exist with this ability built in, as instinct.
All of those things are instrinsic with oceans, and could produce the alchemy needed to emit light.
Also I imagine that they could use frequencies with their scalar towers and even submarines, to conduct experiments as well on cavitation.
edit on 12-1-2013 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)