BLOG TAKE HOME 2:  Hopes are like Purple light. Fears are like blue light. Now stop and ponder that and then ruminate on this: Hopes are always accompanied by fears, and, in scientific research, the fears are liable to become dominant in a world who thinks poorly and is unfocused.

Where have we heard this about UV light and poorly designed research? Mitosis requires low level ELF-UV release from cells at the correct time in the cell cycle. So what happens when UV light is absent? Your eye gets ill and you get refraction errors that cause you to age faster.  Energy loss = Less work done = means an altered photoelectric effect at the retinal surfaces with light and electrons.  It is my entire ubiquitination series in a nutshell.

In 1964, John Ott along with Dr. Irving Leopold studied the effects of light on rabbit retinal pigment epithelial cells. They documented that that retinal pigment epithelial would not divide unless they were exposed to low levels of ultraviolet light. Roeland van Wijk research has shown that every cell on Earth has to release ELF-UV light from its surface to stimulate mitosis.  What this implies is that UV light is necessary for our health because the RPE in the human retina controls our eye clock!  The eye clock is what controls our circadian rhythms in our cells and they all link coherently using light water and magnetism to control growth and metabolism.  The effect is massive on our lifespan.  Time you get that information out too now to those you love.

Hard scientific evidence is not in the world ever, it only exists in the world’s mind as a core belief of fact, when in reality it’s just an opinion of a set of facts. Scientific opinions may have changed slowly with time, but the facts they still believe to be correct in biochemistry still persists. Sadly our assumptions are our windows to the world; put windex on them every once in a while, or the light of nature won’t come in and illuminate your mind. The essence of the construction of a “free range mind” lies not in what it thinks, but in how it thinks. It avoids convention and group think to destroy its own conformational biases. Explore your world to expand your arguments!


The biggest part of optical science most optic shops are missing is that the pupil of the eye alone is the ideal black box radiator. In fact, it is the only ideal black box radiator that humans have.  This means covering it with anything makes the pupil become an imperfect black box radiator. That is problem number one because light cannot flow in both directions ACCURATELY.  If light cannot flow properly it cannot be absorbed by cells to allow for proper control of growth and metabolism via the central retinal pathways.

Going through a hole, like the pupil, creates a “kind of friction” for light. That is a metaphor for constriction of the rays of light and for damage related to that reduction of stimulus to the retina.  That friction is necessary for life’s functions. Friction is necessary to create a stress stimulus for forward movement in health.  Friction is created by pseudohypoxia too, with respect to light.  Friction also can stimulate the cranial nerves (CN III,IV,V,VI,VII,X) in our orbit where the eye sits to have an effect.  Friction alters surface tension specifically.  

Sunlight pointing to the pupil is consumed by its darkness normally. Thoughts created by that light only has relevance when there are opposing frequencies to create the ideas in our minds. Consuming certain frequencies, keys the opening more doors and more possibilities to create a better life. We deconstruct light in this specific way to create something quite new and unique we call life. When you place a contact upon a hole you change the friction, the tension, and your black box radiator is now IMPERFECT FOR LIFE and creation and you get an alternative reality.  That reality is usually a life with more neolithic disease and a shorter life span.  This is why the incidence of myopia, glaucoma, cataracts, and age related macular thinning (AMD) and degeneration is something to pay attention too.

AMD or retinal thinning is an epi-genetic phenomena that incidence and prevalence are exploding.  Its incidence and prevalence parallel cancer statistics in the 20th and 21st centuries.  It was once controversial view point. Now it is showing up in journals constantly. AMD is a disease where energy is being lost chronically over time from a cell,  back to the environment. AMD is a disease state where a low redox state is the rule, not the exception. It is a state where the delta psi in retinal mitochondria are off because there is a lack of electrons (Little DHA/O2), too little UV light for proper signaling, and low oxygen tensions around mitochondria. A low redox potential = a low delta psi = poor UV assimilation by our surfaces. It is a state where water chemistry is very altered. Water is lacking inside and around cells, and cells are dehydrated. The water does not form a large exclusion zone around proteins in our eye clock mechanism. Proteins are being replaced far too quickly because they cannot store the UV light as fluorophores (melanin and carotenoids). The water that is left behind has very little oxygen tension in it. It has altered levels of protons and/or electrons in the cell water too. Too few electrons (DHA) means that light cannot interact with them photoelectrically. This metabolic situation eventually leads to karyotype contraction.

This means the number, size and shape of chromosomes becomes altered. Tissues can shrink in this situation and become fibrotic and atrophic.  If the situation is chronic, they it can become epi-oncogenic. Today ocular melanoma is also explosive in its incidence and prevalence.  No one seems to know why.  In these cases, the exclusion zone of water is smaller than it should be around our genes in our nucleus and the mitochondria are further from the nucleus than they should be.  This scenario leads to an increase in epigenetic activation in the retina; and this state has an altered ability to allow protons to flow through ATP synthetase Fo in mitochondria. This creates energy inefficiency.  This does not allow water to bind to proteins and cell membranes properly and it alters their ability to sense the electric and magnetic fields in their local environment. Sunlight and the native local magnetic field is capable of ionizing water in the entire universe, including inside your cells. This very basic fact, yet it is not yet a biologic law. However, it is a natural physical law found everywhere we look. Eye biologists have not changed their gaze from mutated genes just yet. I have a sense they will when they fully appreciate how the “eye clock gears” work.


There are two primary issues, oxygen transmission and UV transmission that we need to concern ourselves with. The contact industry has always worked towards increasing O2 transmission by mainly by adding silicone to the lens. O2 transmission has a massive effect photoelectrically because of the electronegativity of oxygen.  This can create some comfort issues. Some people cannot wear silicone lenses. Wearing glasses of course fixes this issue. You could consider orthokeratology where you wear a lens at night and your eye breaths normally all waking hours. This is done with a rigid gas permeable lens with a very high DK (O2 transmission/permeability).

Most soft contact lenses do not have a UV blocker in them. On the UV issue remember that glasses for most people block more UV than their contacts. Glasses however are easier to remove in direct sunlight so they provide ample flexibility to get UV, see, and acquire oxygen.  Also we need direct sunlight generally to get UV on our surfaces as mentioned above. Its interesting that the number one correlate to myopia progression is how little time a child gets outside in full spectrum sun light.  This problem is massive in Asia today.

Contacts also block oxygen absorption by the cornea.

This is one of their major down pitfalls.  Why is this a bad thing?  Oxygen is the 3rd most abundant element and has special features that make it “life and light friendly”.  Since life is carbon based, and among the elements, only 9 are more electronegative than carbon.  This means we have few atomic choices that can serve as electron acceptors from carbon based life forms.  Of the 9, selenium, sulfur, iodine, krypton, bromine, nitrogen, chlorine, oxygen, and fluorine, oxygen ranks second in electronegativity to fluorine.  This means the reduction of oxygen (adding of electrons) provides close the the largest possible transfer of energy for each electron.  In addition, O2 is paramagnetic and drawn to things like mitochondria that create magnetic fields.  This is an added boost to energy production that none of the other nine elements can provide.  This one feature increase electron tunneling speeds from NAD+ to oxygen in mitochondria to allow life to occur.  You might be finally understanding why pseudohypoxia and low NAD+ status is so problematic for mitochondrial function now.  It lowers the quantum yield of all organisms in how it can work with sunlight.

The contact conundrum develops.  DK/t is a measure of how much oxygen the lenses let through.  That parameter is the transmissibility level (abbreviated DK/t), the Dk per thickness of the lens, and is generally more used. In soft contact lenses, it is dependent on the thickness of the lens and the material of the lens being used, especially concerning the water content.  Oxygen permeability (OP) is a parameter of a contact lens. OP expresses the ability of the lens to let oxygen reach the eye by diffusion.  The cornea is one of the very few tissues in the body without a blood supply so it absorbs its oxygen directly from the air it touches.  When a tissue develops pseudohypoxia is changes the type and amount of free radical signals (ROS) a mitochondria makes.  Contact lenses cause that stimulus anytime they are worn.  ROS leads to photoelectric energy loss.  This “photo” inefficiency causes a decrease in the work that can be done by the eye in the retinal pigmentum epithelium (RPE).  The RPE has dense core granules do not spin as fast as they should even with the UV light stimulus.  This is because the quantum yield to sunlight is reduced by low oxygen tensions and low levels of NAD+ in the mitochondria of the RPE.   This is what Dr. John Ott found in his research mentioned above.  This surface stress directly alters the retinal layers by changing how their mitochondria can function.  How?   By increasing the size in Angstroms of the respiratory proteins to slow electron tunneling.


Anything that sits on the pupillary surface ruins its physical interaction with light. When this occurs, it changes what can physically happen at deeper levels where the RPE water interface. Why is this a big deal?   It changes the dielectric constant of water in the RPE of the eye.  Nothing is more important than the water in the RPE.  Why?  Water in this area keeps the RPE cool.  UV light and cool water on the face can stimulate the vagus nerve in the back of the orbit to increases its tone to help keep the eye clock working.  UV light can raise the temperature of the RPE to 40 degrees C in bright summer conditions.  Water is the ideal chromophore for heat.  What did Tensegrity 10 say about that state affairs in the mitochondria?

Any change to the dielectric constant of water in the RPE will change the atoms in tissue around it. What is around it?  The macula.  Then the macula thins, age related macular degeneration shows up out of the blue.  As AMD shows up, and you age even faster. I want you all to know today modern medicine has zero solutions to AMD.  Why?  They don’t understand optical physics.  Today, after this blog you will.  

The dielectric constant describes the ability of a material to store energy in water, whereas, the loss-factor defines energy dissipation of a material. The energy in the eye should be natural sunlight.  When abnormal spectrum from an alien source hits the retina blood flow does not come to the retina surfaces as it should under the direction of NO release. The same process happens on the skin and gut when light or food hit them respectively.  The same thing happens with other forms of EMF but in different ways, but the results are the same because the stress response is always identical. When microwaves or blue light are used on a living tissue it becomes dehydrated and ROS raises and singlet state free radical predominate. Water has the highest dielectric constant in life at 78. When you microwave your eyes with a phone or bluetooth device, nuke food daily, or look at an alien sun 24/7, you are removing potential energy from your life equation because kinetic energy drops off a cliff.  Why?  Einstein’s photoelectric effect circa, 1905 which states:

E = hf.   E is energy and = WORK + (kinetic energy)max

The energy hf of the incoming photon is equal to the sum of the minimum energy needed to liberate the electron to liberate the electrons from DHA/O2  (that is the work function, W) and the kinetic energy, KEmax of the most energetic electron.

^^^^BIG DEAL.  


Where do electrons for photosynthesis and mitochondria come from? water. Light splits water making use of energy trapped by sunlight, which yields electrons associated protons and oxygen. Water is the ideal chromophore for red light. This creates the EZ. UV light extends the EZ tremendously because it absorbs at 270 nm in addition to the IR spectrum. The electrons from water are designed to interact with the pi electron clouds in DHA/O2 in the RPE of the human eye, melanin and carotenoids in the skin, gut, and lung surface.

So we are clear: the energy capture by photosynthesis alone is IMMENSE: approximately 100 trillion watts (1 trillion watts = terra watt TW). That is ten times the current power consumption of man. 80% of this wattage comes from the UV part of the spectrum alone because the UV part has the smallest frequency therefore the most DC electric power. It range is 260-400 nm in the solar spectrum.

Note: That UVA or UVB light is not present 24/7 on the globe anywhere. This includes the equator because of how UV light traverses and interacts with the atmosphere. When light rays are oblique UV light is filtered by ozone. This is why UV light only appears later in the morning. It shows up first and quickest in equatorial regions and then as the morning progress and the sun is more over head, making the rays less oblique the amount of UV that falls to the surface increases.   This is why plants grow optimally in the tropics but not directly at the equator.  The UVB/UVA power is immense.

For this reason alone, plants are adapted ideally to blue green frequencies for two reasons. They are always present 24/7 and they are next highest in frequencies, wattage, and DC electric current. Since plants cannot move position on Earth much they are slaves to frequencies that do not vary. Eukaryotes however, can take full advantage of the UV frequency because of one adaptation. Their ability to use DHA on cell membranes. This is why the RPE of the retina has more DHA than another place in the human body. It also means that they can harvest the most powerful wattage that sunlight provides to use photoelectric power the most. This design makes sense when you consider that eukaryotes are not connected to the sun or the magnetic field as plants are. The frequency usage of plants and animals is really tied to their ability to move or not.

All photosynthetic organisms convert about 100 -115 petagram (1Pg = 1015th) of carbon into biomass per year.

Just as humans need a balanced diet of electrons, plants need balanced, full-spectrum light electrons for good health and optimum growth. The quality of light is as important as quantity in plants and animals. Plants are sensitive to a similar portion of the spectrum as is the human eye. This portion of the light spectrum is referred to as photosynthetically active radiation or PAR, namely about 400 to 700 nanometers in wavelength. Nevertheless, plant response within this region is very different from that of humans. The reasons are mentioned above.

The human eye has a peak sensitivity in the yellow-green region, around 550 nanometers. This is designed for the eye camera part of the eye where the colored cones work with red blue and green. This is the “optic yellow” color used for highly visible signs and objects. Plants, on the other hand, respond more effectively to red light and to blue light, the peak being in the red region at around 630 nanometers. Plants do this because water is the ideal chromophore for infrared (IR) light. IR light is also present day and night. This is another feature plants would value to run their light and dark reaction centers 24/7. They make use of water’s ability quite well to run their biology 24/7 whether the sun is present or not.

Note however, that blue light from the sun contains the higher amount of DC electric current for plants than the infra blue frequencies in sun light. Frequencies below 400 nm could not be counted on for plants so their chromophores are not ideal  fluorophores per say.  That means their proteins are adapted and attuned to the light that is chronically present, not occasionally present.  Plants do have chlorophyll types that have evolved the ability to absorb UV below 400 nm. This is especially important within the tropics. This is why most version of chlorophyl has evolved to absorb ideally in the blue green range. Blue light is always present and contain enough power to run a life force that does not disconnect from the sun or the Earth much at all. This is how plants absorb the more dense energy source of light to regenerate their DC electric current. The graphs below show the human eye response curve and the plant response curve. Note the vast difference in the contours.

In the same way fat provides the most efficient amount of electrons and protons for humans, red light provides the most efficient food for plants. It is effective because of how water absorbs and stores red light. It is also effective because IR light is present day and night 24/7. However, a plant illuminated only with red or orange light will fail to develop sufficient bulk because the DC electric current cannot provide the power to do work photoelectrically. Leafy growth (vegetative growth) and bulk also require blue light because it is in this frequency of light where the DC electric current is buried for plants. Many other complex processes are triggered by light required from different regions of the spectrum in plants and in humans. The correct portion of the spectrum varies from species to species. However, the quantity of light needed for plant growth and health can be measured, assuming that all portions of the spectrum are adequately covered. Light for plants cannot, however, be measured with the same standards used to measure light for humans. Some basic definitions and distinctions follow that are useful in determining appropriate ways to measure the quantity of light for hydroponic plant growth. Can we grow plants without soil and just use lights power?

The December 2015 webinar just released would say no doubt it does, but how?

In recent years, it has become increasingly cost-effective to use artificial lights for assisting plant growth. Lighting costs and lamps have become less expensive, and very efficient light sources are now available in high wattages. These developments along with the ability to preserve and transport plants and produce as well as special new products in demand today have resulted in a lucrative market for hydroponic products, that is, products grown without soil.

Artificial light can be used for plant growth in three different ways:

1. To provide all the light a plant needs to grow.

2. To supplement sunlight, especially in winter months when daylight hours are short.

3. To increase the length of the “day” in order to trigger specific growth and flowering.

Recall from the Ubiquitination series I made the link that our gut microbiome was analogous to soil in plants.  The pupil is analogous to a leaf on a plant.  So if you are a human have a bad gut or an eye disease might we help a human grow and thrive without their version of a soil or a set of bad eyes? I believe the answer is yes. This is where the idea of the Quantlet came from in my mind. I thought we had to have a way to augment these mechanism in a world that is interfering with them to help humans.  I put this all down on paper and Ruben Salinas and our team built it.

To grow plants hydroponically we need artificial lights.  In plant lighting, watts is an objective measure of energy being used or emitted by a lamp each second. Energy itself is measured in joules, and 1 joule per second is called a watt. A 100 watt incandescent bulb uses up 100 joules of electrical energy every second.  How much light energy is it generating? About 6 joules per second or 6 watts, but the efficiency of the lamp is only 6%, a rather dismal number. The rest of the energy is dissipated mainly as heat.

What are plants ideally adapted too? Sunlight.

Reminder: the energy capture by photosynthesis alone is IMMENSE: approximately 100 trillion watts of power per day!

Modern discharge lamps like high pressure sodium (HPS) and metal halide convert (typically) 30% to 40% of the electrical energy into light. They are significantly more efficient than incandescent bulbs because they subtract out UV light.

The main ingredient in plants that is responsible for photosynthesis is chlorophyll. Chlorophylls are not all created equal as I laid out in the Ubiquitination series. Some researchers extracted chlorophyll from plants and studied its response to different wavelengths of light, believing that this response would be identical to the photosynthetic response of plants. However, it is now known that other compounds (carotenoids and phycobilins) also result in photosynthesis. Many people do not know that carotenoids in plants and human skin and retina are also boosters for solar power generation.  Eyewear reduces that ability.  

The plant response curve, therefore, is a complex summation of the responses of several pigments and is somewhat different for different plants. An average is generally used which represents most plants, although individual plants may vary by as much as 25% from this curve. While HPS and incandescent lamps are fixed in their spectral output, metal halide lamps are available in a broad range of color temperatures and spectral outputs. With this in mind, the discriminating grower can choose a lamp that provides the best spectral output for his specific needs.

In addition to photosynthesis which creates material growth, several other plant actions (such as germination, flowering, etc.) are triggered by the presence or absence of light. These functions, broadly classified as photomorphogenesis, do not depend much on intensity but on the presence of certain types of light beyond threshold levels. Photomorphogenesis is controlled by receptors known as phytochrome, cryptochrome, etc., and different plant functions are triggered in response to infra red, blue or UV light.  Humans also use similar cytochrome proteins to work with light.

This is OK for plants, but what is optimal for humans?


Putting a contact lens on your cornea reduces the work that can be done by light photoelectrically.  What else do contacts on your cornea do to the retina below it?  They change surface tension on the cornea.

Why is surface tension important for energy generation from light?

Rayleigh–Bénard convection is a type of natural convection, occurring in a plane horizontal layer of fluid heated from below, in which the fluid develops a regular pattern of convection cells known as Bénard cells.  The cornea and eye are horizontal in relationship to the RPE that is generating massive heat below the cornea. The formation of convective Bénard cells are not unique to the eye and will usually appear in many cells when the surface tension allows for it.  Let me say that again.  When you wear contacts you lose surface tension.  To make a Rayleigh–Bénard convection cell work optimally with incoming light via the pupil and the surface tension must be low on the cornea.  Surface tension helps drive convection with light and the force of gravity!  This explains why astronauts vision is destroyed in space.  Space is a microgravity environment.

Convective Bénard cells tend to approximate regular right hexagonal prisms, particularly in the absence of turbulence.  This explains two more problems for contact wearers.  The deeper RPE also has hexagonal cells that match the shaped convection cells by design.  Contact lenses increase surface turbulence by creating friction.  This destroys the formation of self organizing Rayleigh–Bénard convection cell in water by light and gravity.

The rotation of the cells is stable and will alternate from clock-wise to counter-clockwise horizontally; this is an example of spontaneous symmetry breaking behavior in these cells. Because of this ability Bénard cells are metastable in how they react to light frequencies. This means that a small perturbation of surface tension of light frequency will not be able to change the rotation of the cells, but a larger perturbation like the onset of night time or the wearing of a contact lens could affect the rotation in the cell; The collisions of light with these cells creates a memory of the collision in how they rotate.  In this way, they exhibit a form of hysteresis.

Hysteresis is the time-based dependence of a system’s output on present and past inputs. Here you can see how a contact can alter timing in the surface of the cornea.  The dependence on time arises because the history affects the value of an energy flows in internal state at deeper layers in the eye. To predict its future outputs to the SCN, either its internal state of the RPE or its history with light collisions must be known and imprinted.  They are imprinted by the speed of turning of the dense core granules in the RPE.

Now here is a good time to review the implications of all this physics to the observations made in 1964 again.  In 1964, John Ott along with Dr. Irving Leopold studied the effects of light on rabbit retinal pigment epithelial cells. They documented that that retinal pigment epithelial would not divide unless they were exposed to low levels of ultraviolet light. Roeland van Wijk research has shown that every cell on Earth has to release ELF-UV light from its surface to stimulate mitosis.What this implies is that UV light is necessary for our health because the RPE in the human retina controls our eye clock! 

So surface tension reduction on the cornea by a contact = surface free energy losses further mimicking the photoelectric loss of work => lots of papers how how light and lasers affect wettability on surfaces as measured by work of cohesion/adhesion, contact angle, and the subsequent drop in interfacial tension. Modern manufacturing is now using this now for roll-to-roll processes and microfabrication. Check out the “Corona treatment” to learn more about surface tensions and light; its been around since early 1950’s.  Plasma treatment has been used on gas permeable contacts to increase wetting too.  So this means that the contact manufacturer’s know this is a big issue with respect to light.  They try to down play it with marketing because they are hoping you suck at understanding optical physics and photoelectric chemistry.  Most do.   My advice:  With respect to contacts its time to stop looking for ways to screw the processes Mother Nature built in our eyes and live within her boundaries. The advice is consider getting rid of the contacts if you use them.


In terms of near work for a nearsighted person it is less work to focus with glasses than contacts. Here again you see where the photoelectric effect plays a massive role few observe or talk about in wellness.  This implies their is less of a stress response to the diffraction system in the eye.  This means contacts are not as energy efficient.  Energy efficiency is lost as one comes closer to the pupil because it is a perfect black box radiator.  The energy loss is mediated by the photoelectric effect work function mentioned above.

Glasses sit on the bridge of your nose and have space between them and the pupil.  Oxygen levels are not affected much by glasses.  This slight change has to do with the optics of a lens distant from the eye vs. right on the eye.  In terms of basic optics often glasses are the most natural option for a microwaved alien sun lit world.  It may not be your “vanities choice” but glasses are a better choice than contacts because of these two issues.  Most contacts, however, do not block UV light.  This is a distinct advantage; so you need to ask your provider about your contacts lens specifics to see what they block.

Food cannot explain the effects of light in your eye. Time to wise up or dumb down your long term results.

Remember that doing anything other than being outside and looking 6 feet away is neolithic stressor for the eye. When you’re in a poor environment with a low quantum yield for light,  glasses can become your best protection because they can be constructed to change the light your eye does see when it is alien to our biology.  Changing contacts is not as easy.  When you get rid of your computer and live outside this all becomes a different discussion.  Today 95% of humans live an indoor life because of their jobs and shifts, and this is compounded by our culture and society who favors covering their eyes with sunglasses, glasses, or contacts and wearing clothes on most of their skin.  This is like putting a tarp on a tree, the tree would not grow well with a disruption of light on its leaves, so it should make sense why your pupil and skin needs a constant stimulus for light. In order for an adaptation to occur in a cell designed to capture electromagnetic waves, the stimulus must be chronically present and resonate properly in the sensory receptor and in the sensory area of the brain to register the proper optical signal.  This is altered with contacts, glasses, and clothing.  The best surface to keep exposed for humans is their eyes and skin.

Contacts are popular because of vanity.  Some people eyesight is so bad that glasses can often double as birth control!  But when you understand the optics of the eye clock, you will never get to optimal wearing things over your eyes.  This seems like a small thing, but it entirely overlooked by most people. The cost is zero!!!   In my opinion, vanity is one of the most poor reasons never to get to optimal in my opinion. With glasses, you can remove them easily when in sunlight.  One should not wear sunglasses unless you are under constant light albedo stress.  This occurs on the water or on snow.

This is why I got rid of all contacts long ago went strictly to glasses.  You can still become charming behind the lenses of glasses with UV and O2, if you remove them from your nose to build dopamine in your eye. You also decrease vagal tone in the back of your eye where the nerves receptors are on our blood vessels that feed the RPE.  People are magnetically drawn to the changes made in your eye and brain, and not your facade. People focus too much on facade’s these days and not upon substance because they have no dopamine in their orbits and frontal eye fields. This leads to poor decision making, because dopamine levels fall.


THE EYE CLOCK Rx:  Please share this with all humans who need it.

Enter the keys from the Ubiquitination series and the importance of light on our surfaces:

The ubiquitination series brought you the concept of pseudohypoxia and low NAD+.  Recall that pseudohypoxia is linked to how much light cells release and what type of ROS/RNS they deal in. (Triplet or singlet state).  The lower oxygen goes in a cell the more ELF-UV light it releases.  The less UV light is stored in our protein fluorophores.  Blue light really causes us to leak UV light like mad.

Everyone should installed f.lux on all phones, iPads, and computers. Consider buying a cheap pair of blue blockers first to wear at night.  If they work well consider buying glasses with blue tech lenses to wear indoors when you are around high color temperature lights.  You should also chronically turn off  all the fake lights around you while indoors day or night or at home or at work. If you live equatorial or subtropical just get your eyes into the sun.  If you live outside the tropics, when spring and summer arrive where you live decided to be in the sun as much as possible.  Here is the counterintuitive point for the eye clock Rx (coming below).

When you are adding sun light to the RPE in the strong light signal of UV, at the same time begin to eat more seasonal carbs than usual.  The results might astounded you.  The RPE and gut signal must be yoked.  This is easy to accomplish after completing the Leptin Rx because carb cravings are gone in fall and winter.  What will you notice when you do this?  Your eye sight improves, mood improves,  and you’ll lose weight more easily while on a seasonal carbohydrate load.  The key is having the UV signal in the RPE when you give the gut the UV signal from the carbohydrates. In this way, you are riding the electromagnetic waves properly to control circadian signaling.  It is akin to a surfer riding a wave to shore versus trying to paddle against the waves to catch a wave.  Eating out of season destroys circadian signaling.   In this way you begin to see the counterintuitive nature of the quantum world manifest in your health bank account.  As you improve you can imagine the flood of newborn mitochondria in your eye, skin and gut.  This is how we ideally replace redox shift mitochondria without any drugs, diets, or supplements.  Ketosis is a seasonal program for poor light environments only.  Nutritional ketosis and LCHF done for years only increases the chance for mitochondrial senescence.  This was the lesson in Ubiquitination 4-6 blogs.  Review them.


I’ve written this elsewhere but I think it will help people understand what lenses do besides alter the pupil; it throws off the specific frequency dance that the retina and brain need to specifically use to drive the molecular clock in the eye and in peripheral clocks: READ IT CAREFULLY because many are likely missing massive pieces of this sequence that are blocking your understanding:

What does full spectrum sunlight destroy naturally in humans? UV light lowers adrenalin and norepinephrine the stress hormone of the sympathetic nervous system in the eye. This links UV light to the vagus nerve behind the eye in the orbit,  and that UV stimulus improves vagal tone with the deft touch of purple light. What else does it do at the same time inside the myriad of retina cells and layers to improve the EZ of water?   The initial building of EZ is by IR light (red) but is enlarged by purple light.  This is why the EZ absorbs ideally at 270 nm = UV light. All cells in the retina are normally stressed by AM blue sun light (blue =ROS) to release small amounts of ELF-UV light from the surface to signal. These UV photons re-zip collagen in the anterior and posterior chamber (vitrosin).  What unzipped collagens?  Cortisol did.  AM sunlight makes cortisol from our skin.  Cortisol is initially released at 4AM by the pituitary to begin the process of waking us up assuming the melatonin cycle is not broken.

Don’t work on bio-hacking sleep.  Bio hack your light environment……….you are missing darkness at night with too much blue light and allowing way  too much blue during day then you have red light to balance it. Perspective change is in order. I want you to focus in on eliminating your “alien sun’s” at night 100% of the time.  Once completed, your sleep returns and your regeneration begins.  UV with IR are the frequencies of rebuilding and regenerating your eye clock.

If you fail in getting natural sunlight could you augment yourself artificially like a hydroponic plant does?  Could you consider using a quantum wearable device like the Quantlet?  Yes you could.

Why does that occur? Because blue light stimulates water flows through AQA-4 gates between glial cells and neurons to wake us up. That process using the blue light needs to be curbed to make it an acute damaging effect not a chronic stimulus.  How do we limit blue to an acute ROS maker?  Red light balances it out in sunlight. The Rx is built into AM sunlight by an equal amount of red light. This balances the effect of blue ROS generation and limits it. When it is not curbed, because we chose to live under an alien suns, poor sleep, depression, anxiety, and chronic headaches are likely.  Depression can lead to formal mental illness if the chronic blue stimulus persists.  It can manifest in this alien sun environment by itself to reduce vagal tone in the orbit.  Cold water on the face and eyes as well as UV light can stimulate vagal tone behind the eye.   This is why vagal stimulation works to curb headaches, seizures and treat depression!

Light between 465nm and 500 nm begins the process of awaking us by unwinding collagen in our skin and retina to allow water to stretch the extracellular space between neurons and glial cells to create waves in our cells to wake our body and mind up at dawn from sleep. These blue light frequencies in the EARLY AM help turn on the pituitary on an acute basis. AM sunrise has equal parts of blue, green and red light. This Rx of blue light makes triplet state ROS and swells the cytochrome proteins in controlled fashion but it is always balanced by red light.  Recall that red light shrinks the cytochromes proteins to improve electron tunneling (Cox).

What regenerates the entire eye clock system occurs later when UV light shows up. It inactivates the stress hormones created by the presence of light and stores the massive amount of DC electric current from the later appearing UV AM light in proteins like melanin.  The RPE in the retina is a massive warehouse of melanin.  Melanin releases its payload to tissues at night in the absence of short wavelength blue (melanopsin 400-465nm) to replete the DC electric current in RPE and retinal cells at night.  Why does this specific dance occur?   At night there is no sun.  There is an absence of  lower frequency blues:  these bad blue light frequencies should always be absent in 400-465 nm range.  Today they are the most common form of light we have at night.  All tech uses it and our cities are lit up by it.   AM blue sunlight contain a lot of  470-500nm blue light which is stimulating because of how it wakes us up and turns on hormone release acutely in the pituitary gland.  Sunlight is the key to resetting your eye clock and getting to optimal.  Protect your eye clock……it is the key to maintaining wellness.


Personal communications with Ruben Salinas and Tom Doud, O.D

Light: Medicine of the Future, Jacob Liberman, OD Bear and Company 1999
Dr. Liberman’s interview on Healthy vision
Light Radiation, and You, John N. Ott Devin-Adair 1982
Mother Jones Magazine June 1978
Am J Ophthalmol. 1982 Mar;93(3):299-306. Action spectrum for retinal injury from near-ultraviolet radiation in the aphakic monkey.
Lancet, Volume 320, Issue 8293, Pages 290 – 293, 7 August 1982. Malignant Melanoma and Exposure to Flourescent Lighting at Work.



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  1. PaulG December 4, 2015 at 5:27 pm - Reply

    What about using eye drops containing dha? bad idea or promising biohack?


    • Jack Kruse December 5, 2015 at 7:00 pm - Reply

      Paul the way DHA enters the brain and nervous system is not via a percutaneous route. So I think this is a marketing technique.

  2. laissezlebontempsrouler December 7, 2015 at 8:59 am - Reply

    quote: “You could consider orthokeratology where you wear a lens at night and your eye breaths normally all waking hours. This is done with a rigid gas permeable lens with a very high DK (O2 transmission/permeability).”

    Night lenses would thus be preferable to daytime contact lenses, and also preferable to opting for wearing glasses?

    • laissezlebontempsrouler December 7, 2015 at 9:04 am - Reply

      I heard you in a youtube interview talking about cataract surgery which made people sicker b/c it is essentially a self defense mechanism of the body. More broadly, does all laser surgery (LASIK) come in conflict with the above?

      • Jack Kruse December 7, 2015 at 4:29 pm - Reply

        Justin lasik can but I have found if people use AM and darling sun this can usually be overcome.

        • Joe December 8, 2015 at 8:11 am - Reply

          For what it’s worth, I had Lasik 17 years ago and have found that blocking blue light and getting UV has improved my sight, especially at night and reading. no more halos as night, which were present for all the years after Lasik surgery. Cool shit.

        • Henrik December 8, 2015 at 8:58 am - Reply

          I’d like to consider Lasik to free my eye from contact/glasses, but now I’m not sure if that would be a good idea. Please, Dr Kruse, help to understand if that would be good/bad idea. Thanks!

          • Jack Kruse December 8, 2015 at 9:16 pm

            I would not do it until I used natural light to hack it. If you waited your whole life why not do a 6 month bio hack to see if it makes a difference before jumping in?

          • Mitch Moore December 21, 2015 at 5:16 pm

            Henrik – I’m in Austin too. Let’s get together. My email is mitch.cc22@gmail.com

      • Allin December 10, 2015 at 7:27 pm - Reply

        I had lasik 10 years ago and my vision in my left eye has decreased over time. Passed eye test for driver license last week and I am 66. However, I have started getting additional sun light and hope to improve my eyesight in my left eye.

        • Jack Kruse December 11, 2015 at 9:25 am - Reply

          Allin sunlight exposure will help your plight. Be consistent with it and have bi annual exams to check your progress.

  3. Mitch Moore December 8, 2015 at 5:22 pm - Reply

    Jack, Just a thought since we are heavily into light through the eye – I know you do not favor lasik as we discussed that peripherally in my consult. Maybe sometime you could do a blog on all the science behind that.

  4. Henrik December 9, 2015 at 9:09 am - Reply

    Thanks Dr Kruse.
    Yes, I’ve been thinking if/how bio hacking can improve things. More, if it’s possible for -3.5 to reverse some. I stated natural light therapy, as recommended by you, 3-4 weeks ago. Doing that a long with cold therapy which I stated few months back, but now I can really enjoy it, here in Austin TX—yes, we have great sunshine in abundance. I only wonder what would be my optimal hours for eye exposure. I usually do it right after sunrise, while I walk barefoot on a grass field nearly naked enjoying cooler temperatures. I need to get good blue light blocking glasses for the evening artificial light exposure. I don’t watch TV or use computer in the evening, and go to sleep by 10. Thanks for sharing great info on this site, Dr. Kruse—greetings!

    • Henrik December 11, 2015 at 2:17 pm - Reply

      Found Todd Becker (MS) and his talk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5Efg42-Qn0 — totally going to do it—no LASIK; plus sun exposure and everything else. Life is good.

    • Nonchalant January 23, 2016 at 12:33 pm - Reply

      Henrik I have had significant improvements in my eyes, that were -3.50 and -4.25. Sunlight and seafood are awesome!

  5. Joan December 16, 2015 at 11:13 am - Reply

    How does one counteract a total lack of morning sunlight? I live in Ireland and for the past month now we have had nothing but rain, dark skies and gloom which lasts the full day. I actually woke up the other night during a full moon on an unusual cloudless night. I swear it was brighter than the days we’ve been having. I’ve blocked the blue light from my work computer and wear blue blocking glasses at night, but what is the solution to get the right light in the morning when natural sunlight is absent? Would a SAD light help matters or would an old incandescent bulb do?

    • Jack Kruse December 16, 2015 at 11:16 am - Reply

      Joan the best way is to move south in the same time zone. There are artificial ways of doing so using tanning beds and UV/IR lighting. I cover this in members webinars and Q & A’s

  6. Joan December 16, 2015 at 11:26 am - Reply

    Thanks Jack. If you let me know which webinar covers this, I’ll sign up. Moving is out of the question presently, although a holiday in Spain is definitely on the agenda!

    • Jack Kruse December 16, 2015 at 5:55 pm - Reply

      Joan, May 2015 did with its Q & A and the Q & A in November in 2015 did as well.

  7. Nonchalant January 23, 2016 at 12:45 pm - Reply

    Blue light unzips collagen, which allows water in the extracellular space, and waves are created that wake us up. Can we sense these waves? A fluttering in the peripheral vision? Vibrations in the lower legs when grounding?

    • Nonchalant January 23, 2016 at 1:45 pm - Reply

      This wave action…Is that similar to the tsunami filling the nanotubes?

    • Nonchalant January 26, 2016 at 12:33 pm - Reply

      I’ve never noticed the peripheral fluttering after looking through a window. Only real light causes it. I wonder if it has anything to do with the anterior and posterior chambers.

      • Jack Kruse January 26, 2016 at 4:17 pm - Reply

        It has to do with a direct connection versus and indirect one in giving wave forms to and from both tissues……..and gluacoma does change the mix and so does myopia…….which is why both lead to aging and heteroplasmy of mitochondria and this sets up problems for the central retinal pathways that run growth and metabolism

  8. Nonchalant January 23, 2016 at 1:53 pm - Reply

    So the morning blue light causes inflammation in the eyes and skin. The ROS is triplet state, though, since the light is natural and balanced with perfect amount of red. The ROS causes the cells to release some ELF UV from their cell membranes to shore up tensegrity. What about singlet-state ROS? It causes UV release also, doesn’t it?

  9. Nonchalant January 26, 2016 at 10:19 am - Reply

    The anterior and posterior chambers of the eye look like parts of a Stirling engine. You have one body of water outside with a clear window to the world. You have another inside, behind the color filtering curtain of the iris. The physical differences in these two bodies (from the differing light in each) could power a pump, with the iris doing all the energy transfer. But then just dilating and constricting the pupil would do the same thing.

    • Jack Kruse January 26, 2016 at 12:04 pm - Reply

      don’t forget about the connection from lens to retina too!

      • Nonchalant January 26, 2016 at 12:25 pm - Reply

        I don’t think I’ve ever seen a drawing of the eye with the hyaloid canal shown before today! Well, if I have I never realized the significance.

      • Nonchalant January 26, 2016 at 3:09 pm - Reply

        I have to mull over the role of the hyaloid in conjunction with the anterior and posterior chambers. To transfer the power generated between the chambers? Just how many ways do we have in harvesting/generating energy??

        • Jack Kruse January 26, 2016 at 4:18 pm - Reply

          Life uses just about all ways we can think of…….sadly few are looking for them because they stop at ATP

          • Nonchalant January 26, 2016 at 5:23 pm

            I’m all for recycling; I’d just hate to rely on it for my only source of energy.

        • Nonchalant January 29, 2016 at 2:03 pm - Reply

          I’m wondering about other “adult remnants of fetal development that serve no further purpose but can be a source of specific health problems”. The bellybutton connects to the bladder (urachus). Is it another collagen link that can directly supply electrons to the bladder? I know rubbing the tummy can help ease a full bladder…

          • Jack Kruse January 30, 2016 at 1:43 pm

            Belly button connect to the liver.

          • Nonchalant January 30, 2016 at 2:50 pm

            Oh. Awesome! Even better.

          • Nonchalant February 1, 2016 at 10:03 am

            And the male nipple/areola. Just how useless is it?
            The areola looks like Jupiter’s red spot. It would set up a nice little storm below, at least in sunshine. Why does having children protect women from cancer? Does the increased blood supply, inside all those collagen blood vessels set up a nice energy network?

      • Nonchalant January 27, 2016 at 8:58 am - Reply

        Is that why you told us to look 20 some-odd degrees away from the sun? Zoom those photons right down the hyaloid to the optic nerve? Why does the Earth have a 23.5 degree tilt? Set up a resonance? Do our eyes have a similar resonance? Seems that the vitreous humor donut is asymetrical. Maybe a vortex?

    • Nonchalant January 27, 2016 at 9:48 am - Reply

      If Jupiter’s red spot weren’t red, would the storm die away? Venus and Mars are on opposite ends of the visual spectrum, with vastly different environments. Good thing we have oceans and continents, to break up the homogeneity of our surface. And the clouds transfer energy nicely. Are clouds like short-lived freckles? Are sunspots like freckles? I imagine they wouldn’t look dark to an observer from within the sun.

      Saturn’s eye is blue because it is at the pole. If Jupiter’s spot were at the pole, it would be blue too.

  10. Nonchalant February 5, 2016 at 10:54 am - Reply

    Why are our ears shaped differently than most other species? Are all the convolutions only for catching sound? Are the earlobes just for hanging jewelry? Is the ear actually two antennas in one? Nice to have something on the side (they even catch some light from behind) when the all-important eyes are looking away from the sun…

    “Hyaline is the most abundant type of cartilage in your body. It is the supportive tissue in your ears” <– from internet.
    Sure, our skin is an antenna, you've told us that many times. And yes, I know the desert fox ears are excellent at radiating heat from the body. I never understood why I was often tempted to braid my hair up in Winter, but I think I know now.

    Speaking of jewelry, mankind has a long history of putting transition metals in the ears, around the neck, and even on the fingers and nose. And also injecting metals under the skin. Too bad that modern times makes that practice unhealthy.

    • Nonchalant February 5, 2016 at 4:23 pm - Reply

      Earlobe creases probably do warn of heart issues, because they would be caused by the breakdown of collagen.

  11. Holly Jackson March 6, 2016 at 10:34 pm - Reply

    Jack, I am new but have been reading for days! I have a question regarding light, contacts, glasses, etc. How is my daughter, who has dislocated lenses (marfan syndrome/faulty connective tissue), affected since light would pass through differently? she also has elongated eyeballs which would also affect things negatively? Vision is so bad soft contact lenses cannot be used only hard and glasses don’t work because they are extremely thick and provide absolutely no peripheral vision….without either only shapes can be seen…..what to do? will the quantlet be of help? I ordered one today. Thanks!

    • Jack Kruse March 6, 2016 at 10:44 pm - Reply

      Holly the Ubiquitination 24 blog post deals with eye ball elongation = myopia.

  12. Nonchalant May 3, 2016 at 10:51 am - Reply

    Rayleigh–Bénard convection is a type of natural convection, occurring in a plane horizontal layer of fluid heated from below, in which the fluid develops a regular pattern of convection cells known as Bénard cells. The cornea and eye are horizontal in relationship to the RPE that is generating massive heat below the cornea. The formation of convective Bénard cells are not unique to the eye and will usually appear in many cells when the surface tension allows for it. Let me say that again. When you wear contacts you lose surface tension. To make a Rayleigh–Bénard convection cell work optimally with incoming light via the pupil and the surface tension must be low on the cornea. Surface tension helps drive convection with light and the force of gravity!

    RB convection of heat is organized in response to gravity. If RB convection in the eye were only in response to Earth’s gravity, the heat would be directed upwards, towards the brain, not sideways towards the cornea (unless one were looking at the noon sunshine.) So does the eye’s local magnetism direct the heat sideways when looking at mid-morning sunshine, or is it the fact that the eye bends light to alter local gravity? You mention surface tension of the cornea, that sounds like magnetism (or EMF) to me.

    I think I know why it is more difficult to look above the sun than to look just below it.

  13. Nonchalant May 3, 2016 at 10:52 am - Reply

    Oops, I meant to delete that first paragraph above, or at least put quotes around it.

    • Nonchalant May 3, 2016 at 7:10 pm - Reply

      Does the blackbody radiator pull the heat/light towards it, since the pupil is the easiest way out, and sets up the RB convection?

      • Nonchalant May 3, 2016 at 7:16 pm - Reply

        Think I found it. “surface tension is now recognized as the dominant influence in Benard convection, being more important than the buoyant force.”

  14. Liam October 27, 2016 at 2:25 pm - Reply

    Audio version of this blog, Time 4:


  15. Ryan C August 13, 2017 at 9:48 am - Reply

    Dr. Kruse, if the Schumann resonance of the Earth is being changed on purpose and the sun can be controlled then what chance does humanity have? I like to stay informed by reading your posts but reading stuff like that is super scary and it’s getting very hard to cope. Is there any positive in this?

  16. Ryan C August 13, 2017 at 12:59 pm - Reply

    I’m well aware there’s a downside to technology. I’m introducing sustainability initiatives at the current company I’m at relating to EMFs.

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