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Some of you may know our research into Breatharians…people who apparently don’t need food to survive. I hesitate to bring it up since it seems to violate all the laws of physics except for one: E = mc2. Years ago, a physicist at the U of MD stated that the human body undergoes an exchange of energy and matter along with Einstein’s equation and I found it so hard to believe that I checked with another physicist from the Naval Research Lab who confirmed it. To them, the conversion of energy to matter and vice versa was completely plausible, even in a biological realm, not to mention biotransmutation of elements that follows a neutron decay scheme to create a proton. All of this leads me to introduce an eye-opening Light video that is not for everyone since it is all about those people that I mentioned above: This possibly could be a backup survival mode for first settlers on Mars and I also included a short review in my Gaia TV interview with George Noory’s show, “Beyond Belief” available online. For those 2% that actually are still reading and interested in such breakthrough biology, there is a Breatharian Preparation Online Course – Ray Maor that lasts 7-days (which I took). Ray also gives away his book “A Year Without Food” for free and has a 9-day Workshop event coming up in March.
Our Story #1 offers a new perspective on the value of red or near-infrared (NIR) light therapy (called photobiomodulation) for skin healing. Introducing radiation damage in a lab experiment, the scientists at the University of Buffalo were able to clock the time for healing when the 660 nm or 880 nm light was added. Forty days on average for either red or NIR, instead of over 60 days is quite remarkable. By the way, IRI has LED DUAL Array Red 660nm/ Near Infrared 880nm available!

Story #2 is a glimpse into the future of hypersonic planes and near-space vehicles. With the latest investment, we may be seeing a new commercial enterprise that will be a competitor to the push for supersonic airlines which United is leading. United announced plans in 2021 to buy 15 new supersonic airliners and "return supersonic speeds to aviation" in the year 2029. How fast do you want to get there?
Story #3 updates our energy interests by giving us five (5) seconds of real, over-unity megajoule nuclear fusion. Though it uses the timeworn Tokomak that seemed to be stalled for decades, starting in 1983, the Joint European Torus JET: the Joint European Torus - Culham Centre for Fusion Energy ukaea.uki s now excited to continue enlarging its efforts toward a commercial deuterium-tritium commercial reactor. The BBC News article also has a wild video closeup of those five seconds too. Readers should be reminded that fusion is waste-free so we give them lots of virtual encouragement.
Story #4 touches on another note…old-fashioned wind energy. Dan Jorgenson from Denmark shows how the wind in the North Sea can produce hydrogen and thereby create green fuel in a wonderful, ten (10) minute TED Talk. His country is planning to create an island for generating all of the energy. It is an exciting video talk with a popular line for an ending worth seeing Dan Jørgensen: How wind energy could power Earth ... 18 times over | TED Talk.
Story #5 follows a theme that we started with…how to survive on Mars. With this former NASA scientist Jim Green’s idea of a magnetic field generator to help make the surface of Mars less radiation prone, it seems that the air pressure can possibly be increased as well. Jumpstarting Mars’ magnetic core may be a long shot Scientists Propose Jumpstarting Mars’ Magnetic Field to Make It Habitable (futurism.com) but NASA apparently has been considering all options for terraforming Mars.


Tom Valone, PhD
1) Light Therapy Fast-Tracks Healing of Skin Damage
Physics World, February 2022

A research team headed up at the University at Buffalo has investigated whether photobiomodulation (PBM) – a form of low-dose light therapy – could mitigate such skin damage. Motivated by reports on its efficacy for healing radiation damage and chronic wounds, the team demonstrated that PBM can speed tissue healing in mice with implanted iodine-125 (125I) brachytherapy seeds.
“To our knowledge, this is the first report on the successful use of photobiomodulation therapy for brachytherapy,” says senior author Praveen Arany in a press statement. “The results from this study support the progression to controlled human clinical studies to utilize this innovative therapy in managing the side effects from radiation cancer treatments.”

2) Breakthrough Hypersonic Hydrogen-Powered Plane that can travel anywhere in 1-2 hours
ZD Net. February 2022

Destinus SA, based in Switzerland, is on a mission to build near-space vehicles and related infrastructure, and the company just got a big boost in the form of a seed round of 26.8 million Swiss francs ($29 million). Founder and CEO Mikhail Kokorich is akin to Russia's Elon Musk, a serial entrepreneur who invented (and actively holds patents) on innovative enabling technology in new space. His previous company, Momentus, is now one of six Y Combinator companies to become public.




3) Major Breakthrough in Nuclear Fusion
BBC News February 2022

The UK-based JET laboratory has smashed its own world record for the amount of energy it can extract by squeezing together two forms of hydrogen. If nuclear fusion can be successfully recreated on Earth it holds out the potential of virtually unlimited supplies of low-carbon, low-radiation energy. The experiments produced 59 megajoules of energy over five seconds (11 megawatts of power). This is more than double what was achieved in similar tests back in 1997.
It's not a massive energy output - only enough to boil about 60 kettles' worth of water. But the significance is that it validates design choices that have been made for an even bigger fusion reactor now being constructed in France.
4) How Wind Energy Can Power the World 18 Times Over
Ted Talks February 2022

Dan Jørgensen is the Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities of Denmark, tasked with reducing the country’s emissions by 70 percent by 2030 and closing down its oil industry.
Over the last two decades, the wind power industry has grown at a dizzying pace. (Fun fact: a single rotation from one of the world's most powerful wind turbines can generate enough electricity to charge more than 1,400 cell phones.) Building off this exponential growth, Denmark's climate minister Dan Jørgensen lays out his plan to end the country's oil industry by 2050 and transition to a fossil-free future powered by wind energy.

5) NASA Chief Scientist Has a Plan to Terraform Mars
Futurism.com February 2022

As the new year arrived, NASA’s Jim Green prepared to say goodbye to the agency after four decades, including 12 years as the director of NASA’s planetary science division and the last three as its chief scientist. And on his way out the door, according to the New York Times, Green is touting a plan to geoengineer Mars into a planet habitable for humans. Green’s plan, published in November, hinges on warming and thickening Mars’ atmosphere by using a giant magnetic shield between the Red Planet and the Sun, which would bring temperature and pressure levels above the point at which humans could walk on the surface without a spacesuit, without their blood boiling inside their bodies. “It’s doable,” Green told the newspaper. “Stop the stripping, and the pressure is going to increase. Mars is going to start terraforming itself. That’s what we want: the planet to participate in this any way it can. When the pressure goes up, the temperature goes up.”
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