Bruce Lipton, PhD%22Invisible Biology: An Introduction to Quantum Biophysics%22
Invisible Biology: An Introduction to Quantum Biophysics | Part 2
When we look at atoms we have to look at them in a different form. Atoms have charges in them—the energy vortices that are present in the atom and all atoms are spinning like those tornadoes. Let’s start with this very simple fact. Every atom is electrically neutral for the simple reason every atom has an equal number of positive protons as it has negative electrons. Whey they are equal positive and negative, of course there’s no net charge. What’s really interesting is, while there’s no net charge to an atom, the electrical charges within an atom are not equally distributed.
For example, in the model illustrated in this slide you can see there’s an electron on the right-hand side. The significance about that is since an electron is a negative charge, if I bring a volt meter to the right-hand side of that atom I would have a more negative charge on the volt meter. If I take the same volt meter and move it to the left hand side of the
atom I’d have a more positive charge. But what’s the result? The negative charge on the right side and the positive charge on the left side come together and the atom is still neutral.
I can move a volt meter around the atom and in doing that read the positive and negative charges. But a more interesting understanding is this: all atoms spin like tornadoes. The significance is, as you see in this video, there’s an atom and it’s negative on the right side, positive on the left side. I say, “Okay, now let’s put it into the spin mode.” As the atom is spinning around, one side is more positive and one side is more negative. It’s rotating around so the positive red, the negative blue. I put a volt meter and I say, “Look at the volt meter. It’s going back positive and negative.”
I say, “Let’s get a read out of that volt meter.” As you get the read out of the volt meter you start to see the characteristics of what? Waves. That an atom is generating
waves. An atom is an energy generator. In this process the waves that you see are like ripples of energy in the field. An atom is broadcasting energy. An atom can be characterized as waves. We were focusing before in a Newtonian perception as particles, but in the quantum physics world an atom is not just a particle, an atom is creating waves around it. Why? It’s a spinning vortex of energy.
If you put the volt meter outside you can read those waves or I can show it to you in an illustration such as this. In the center is an atom. I go, “But wait, even the center part with the nucleus, that’s still energy vortices so that doesn’t really look like that.” An atom actually looks like this, there is no physical character of the atom. It is a spinning vortex of energy.
All of a sudden we say, “Oh my goodness. Everything that’s made out of atoms is also giving off energy.” I go, “Absolutely true.” Here’s an article from Scientific American that reveals that.
I’m not interested in the title, I’m interested in the subtitle. The subtitle states, “Every atom or molecule emits and absorbs light of characteristic wavelengths.” The point is we are made out of atoms and molecules. Fact: our bodies by definition are emitting light and absorbing light. Yes. We are emitting light because all of our atoms are generating energy fields which are radiating out from us. Everything that’s made out of matter is also radiating energy fields. This is not a new understanding. The Asians have a dealing with Feng Shui for a thousand years here.
What’s the relevance of that? They put physical things in certain crystalline like structures to control the energy in a field. That’s what Feng Shui is. Moving physical things as physical elements, but using them in regard to what they radiate in terms of energy because all physical things radiate energy. If you go back to the old days in chemistry
and you had a chemistry textbook, somewhere in that book there’s a colored picture of the spectrum of emission and absorption. As illustrated in this example right here, you can see that the elements listed on the left side of the chart (hydrogen, helium, mercuryand uranium) are compared in regard to light that they emit. You say, “What you do mean light that they emit?”
Remember atoms are generators. As they are spinning they are giving off that energy and some of it is in the range of light. We find that, “Yeah, but the light given off by an atom has unique vibrational frequencies.” And I go, “Unique? Yeah, color is vibrational frequency. Different ones, different colors.” When you look at the energy frequencies given off by the spectrum of emission of these elements, you can see that each element has a unique set of colors, which by definition is translated as a unique set of vibrations. It’s interesting because you can determine the elements by the light coming off.
So I say, “Yes, I can’t go to a star but I can tell you what a star is made out of.” You say, “How can you tell me that?” I go, “By analyzing the light spectrum coming from the star and comparing it to the spectrum of emissions by atoms, you can identify which atoms are making up the composition of the star.” Physical matter (atoms in the star) are actually being translated energy waves that we see as light. You say, “Well, that’s pretty interesting.” Here’s something more interesting. Look at those patterns on this absorption spectrum picture and then look at this. What is this” This is a uniform product code. What does it mean?
It means this: Those bars, when read by a scanner, turn into sounds. So the narrower the bar there’s a different frequency than the width of the bar and duration is the spacing. If
you do a sound assessment by scanning across that and making the sounds, you’ll find what, it’s a vibration. I go, “Yes.” Every UPC has a vibration. What’s relevant about that? Everything in our world can be given an identity as a unique vibration. I go, “Absolutely.” And it started with the atoms. Atoms have unique vibrations. That’s what emission spectrum is all about. Vibration is a form of information—signaling.
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“The Biology of Belief”
By Bruce Lipton, PhD
“Here’s the important point. When you see me in the light, you’re not seeing me. You’re seeing photons of light bouncing off my energy field and being reflected back to you. You’re not really seeing the energy that I am. You’re seeing a reflection of light.”Bruce Lipton, PhD
“Get a new understanding of atoms. Atoms are simply focused energies. They are like a group of nano tornadoes hanging out together and their force fields are so powerful that it’s not easy to push your force through that force. That’s why you can feel matter.”Bruce Lipton, PhD