Introduction to the concepts and technological breakthroughs that have lead to the invention of cutting-edge programmable quantum light-emission technology. These biophotonic technologies imprint vital spectral information into water, lipids, and noble metals. These substances transmit the biological information to the body which induces healing to occur.
Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp | Properties of Water | Biophotons
Professor Fritz-Albert Popp - A German physicist and founder of the International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss, Germany, credited with the discovery of biophoton emissions -- tiny currents of light emanating from living things. 10th Symposium of DGEIM - (German Company of Energetic & Informative Medicine)
Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp | Biophotons | Institute Biophysics
Dr. Popp is the founder of the International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss (1996), Germany, an international network of 19 research groups from 13 countries involved in biophoton research and coherence systems in biology. A German physicist credited with the discovery of biophoton emissions -- tiny currents of light emanating from living things. He is know for the discovery of Biophoton emissions. Habilitation in Biophysics and Medicine (1973, University Marburg). Prof. Popp rediscovered and made the first extensive physical analysis of "Biophotons".
Bio Photons The essence of light.
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