Morphic Resonance and Cellular Bioluminescence ~ Rupert Sheldrake

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Biologist Rupert Sheldrake’s Morphic Resonance theory strongly suggests that cellular bioluminescence (which in humans ranges from ultraviolet to infrared) is both personal and transpersonal. In other words, not only is the individual human “networked” with DNA light emitters and receptors; it appears our entire species is morphogenetically networked much like individual cells that form a […]


A Light Bulb Powered By Bacteria

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The Biobulb AnaElise Beckman, Alexandra Cohn, and Michael Zaiken/Wisconsin Institute for Discovery We’ve all basked in the glow of different light bulbs: incandescent, fluorescent, halogen, neon, LED, and more. But a lamp that harbors living, light-emitting bacteria — a biological bulb, if you will — is something radically different from what’s available on the market […]