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Biophotons: The Influence of Thought


  The subject of biophotons is both fascinating and controversial. The first person to identify them was a Soviet scientist named Alexander Gurwitsch, in 1923. He claimed they were a type of radiation by which cells communicate with each other. To reach this conclusion, Gurwitsch planted some onions and directed these rays down a tube. It accelerated cell proliferation. From there, he started to propose the existence of biophotons. Nevertheless, he was unable to prove it reliably. Several years later, another scientist, Bernd Ruth of the University of Marburg, used a powerful device and verified what Gurwitsch claimed: cells indeed seemed…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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