The Vortical or Spiral Structure of Light and Space | Jim Oschman

The Vortical or Spiral Structure of Light and Space

Jim Oschman

Understanding the detailed architecture of “empty” space, or the quantum vacuum, affects our thinking about many topics, from the origin and structure of matter to the morphic field. This has always been a controversial topic, attracting the attention of many leading physicists. This presentation gives evidence for the vortical or spiral fabric of space from a new perspective: biology. Specifically, the structure of the eye validates the “spiral grain of the universe” concept described by Vladimir B. Ginzburg in his book with that title as well as in Ginsburg’s 4 additional books. Ginzburg traces the repeating cycles as such models went in and out of vogue over the centuries. James Clerk Maxwell and his friend, Michael Faraday supported a vortex theory of electromagnetism with potential fields as the centerpiece. Two years after Maxwell’s early death (he was only 48 years old), Oliver Heaviside and others replaced Maxwell’s quaternions with vector algebra, elimi-nating the potential fields as “arbitrary and unnecessary.” By the end of the 1800’s Maxwell’s foundational equations of electromagnetism had been reduced from the original 20 to the 4 we find in physics texts today. Deleting scalar and potential fields deprived physics, biology and medicine of important theoretical tools for nearly a century. The forgotten potentials have important implications for virtually all areas of physiology and medicine. We trace the pathway followed by light through the vortically organized corneal stroma of the eye and the alpha-helical rhodopsin molecules in the outer segments of the retina. The alpha helical portions of receptors found on the membranes of all cells in the body may be vortical “light pipes” that convey light into cell interiors. While this is a new idea for animal physiology, it is well known in plant physiology, where alpha helical membrane proteins are thought to function as “light pipes” that enable algae to survive in weak light environments. Direct biophotonic stimulation of enzymes and other molecules within the cell without mediation of “second messengers” is feasible and has been demonstrated. v

Reference: J Vortex Sci Technol 2: 112.

Bio: Jim Oschman is an internationally recognized expert on the scientific basis for Energy Medicine. He has contributed scientific perspectives that clarify controversial issues such as the nature of biological energetics and energetic therapeutics. He has also written extensively

on electromagnetic pollution, the mechanisms by which it can produce biological effects, and what can be done about it. Jim has written several popular books on energy medicine and about 120 articles in some of the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as in leading journals on alternative medicine. Jim has presented lectures and workshops on energy medicine in about 25 countries around the world.

Recorded at the Society for Scientific Exploration conference at Yale University, 2017

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Published on December 20, 2018