Dementia and Alzheimer's disease and reversing cognitive decline
A new model has been developed that identifies a functional role for minerals in the brain. This model provides a framework to investigate the implications of how light interacts with electrons and how these changes relate to brain function. Exploration of an atoms stability has revealed plausible explanations for the generation of unstable atoms through quantum tunneling of hydrogen. The addition of hydrogen to the bound minerals creates an unstable isotopes. The isotope returns to a stable form through a process of releasing light. This inner atomic light source provides an explanation for the light observed in dreams, with inverted retina picking up this light during sleep. Other features of the model include the generation of visible light due to the photo-electric effect and Balmer line electron transitions. The loss of memory and brain function in Dementia and Alzheimer's disease, due to the presence of misfolded proteins, could be due to the scattering and absorbance of light by plaques and tangles similar to cooking an egg white where the white changes from transparent to opaque preventing light based processes in the mind to function correctly. A new approach is being investigated to reverse cognitive decline. The exploration of photo-Fenton chemistry, which converts biological tissues back into CO2 and water is being investigated as a therapeutic intervention. This has the potential to remove plaques and tangles and restore brain function. The new model along with early evidence for the mind health benefits observed will be discussed.
What aspects of the human mind does light play a role in?
If we consider the human eye and how the retinal molecule undergoes cis / trans isomerization to convert a light based signed into an electrical signal then consider that light is the interaction between and electrical field and a magnetic field and the mind emits both an electric and magnetic field as well as use light it starts to paint an interesting picture. Poly unsaturated fatty acids (PUFAS) have a role to play in neuron function. Could it be that cis / trans isomerization events are also occurring in lipid membranes of neurons and that these switches transfer light based signals down the neuron? Many of the physiological features of anesthetics are lipid loving and may interfere with these light based signals. The PUFA lipids may act to signal in plasma membranes through cis / trans isomerization events.
Other functional roles light plays include the photo-electric effect, where photons interact with electrons leading to the absorbance of light, resulting in a electron transition going from one orbital layer to another corresponding to the distance between the two orbital layers. Only specific wavelengths of light can interact with electrons in certain atoms and these transitions correspond to Fraunhofer lines and are diagnostic for elements in the periodic table.
The diagnostic lines for hydrogen corresponding to visible wavelengths of light correspond to the Balmer series of electron transitions. Hydrogen will contain electrons that allow this transition series. The structure of the neurotransmitters with aromatic ring structures and amines (monoamines) will be able to transfer hydrogen into the coordinated mineral bound to the pi electrons in the ring structure.
The example given above is the coordination of sodium to the aromatic ring. There are 21 recognized isotopes of sodium (11Na), ranging from 18Na to 39Na and two isomers (22m
Na and 24mNa). 23Na is the only stable (and the only primordial) isotope. It is considered a monoisotopic element and it has a standard atomic weight of 22.98976928(2). Sodium has two radioactive cosmogenic isotopes (22Na, half-life = 2.605 years; and 24Na, half-life ≈ 15 hours). With the exception of those two, all other isotopes have half-lives under a minute, most under a second. The shortest-lived is 18Na, with a half-life of 1.3(4)×10−21 seconds. So there are atomic clocks built into atoms and that is based on their geometry which corresponds to their half life. The greater the imbalance within the atoms e.g. when the number of protons > than the number of neutrons or the number of neutrons > than the number of protons the isotopes are unstable. The stable isotope is obtained when the number of protons = the number of neutrons.
During the decay process to make stable the stable isotope light is released. The idea is that this inner light source from within the atomic structure of the atom is able to be released to restore an equal number of protons and neutrons within the atom. So why does an equal of protons and neutrons provide atomic stability? Well, if you consider Up and Down quarks as -1 and +1 pairs of electron and positron which makes a photon of light of zero mass and charge then the pairing up of quarks in the proton with the quarks in the neutron makes three photons or three pairs of electron and positron (Up and Down quarks). The concept of a photon having no mass and no charge but it being made of an electron and a positron in a super symmetry state provides a conceptual framework as to how to build the geometry of atoms based on the principles of photons or light within the atom structure. The monoatomic mineral having been coordinated in the aromatic ring environment of the neurotransmitter contains both positron and electron held in a state of symmetry by the geometry of the aromatic ring carbon pi electrons. The other functional feature of this environment is the amine and its ability to deliver hydrogen into the monoatomic atom through quantum tunneling. Hydrogen containing two electrons and two positrons would be added into the monoatomic mineral coordinated to the aromatic ring of the neurotransmitter creating a new unstable isotope. The more hydrogen added to the coordinated monoatomic the more light that is added to the atom.
If these processes are occurring in the monoatomic minerals coordinated to the neurotransmitters then different photons will be released at different time points depending on the atoms stability. The decay processes that restore symmetry could result in an internal atomic light source that provides the light observed in dreams at night with your eyes closed. If this is the case then the atomic source of light needs to correlate to time periods that make sense biologically. Na 21/11 lasts 22.49 seconds, Na 22/11 lasts 2.6 years, Na 24/11 lasts 14.997 hours and 25/11 Na lasts 59.1 seconds. This clearly shows how light could drive hydrogen uptake into monoatomic atoms leading to the formation of unstable atoms (isotopes of sodium) that release light at given time periods providing a source of released memory in the form of atomic light release corresponding to the memory created during that period when the original memory was created. This provides a functional role of light in the formation of memory, which is stored in the monoatomics of the mind and that have known temporal features allowing for the recovery of memories at a specific later date.
The role water plays in the formation of memory and the function of the mind?
The biggest reservoir of hydrogen in the brain is water (H3O+ and OH-), when in balance pH 7.0 is obtained. The pH directly impacts the addition of hydrogen to the amines present in neurotransmitters.
The amine NH2 group in the image of dopamine above can also have the following structure NH3+. Depending on the pH the amine can be in either form. At 37 degrees C the pKa (pH where the amine is 50% in the NH2 form and 50% in the NH3 form) values of many biologically interesting compounds including dopamine, noradrenaline, and adrenaline are within 1 log unit of physiological pH (meaning that the exchange of hydrogen on and off the amine can occur), indicating the presence of a significant proportion of either the zwitterion (NH3+) or of the uncharged phenolic amine (NH2). So under normal conditions both forms are present in the mind. The exchange rate can occur a greater than 10E+11 times per second meaning the there is the potential for a transfer mechanism whereby hydrogen via quantum tunneling is added to monoatomic minerals coordinated to neurotransmitter aromatic rings and this is coupled to hydrogen (proton) exchange on the amine functional group. This would provide an understanding why decarboxylation of the amino is necessary for neurotransmitter function as an atomic machine that builds single atoms through hydrogen driven transmutation of the element producing unstable isotopes which then release energy to restore symmetry providing geometric stability within the atomic structure and start a new cycle of hydrogen driven atomic energy generation within the mind. An example of photons of energy being released at different time periods if the atom is Fe (iron) coordinated to the dopamine ring.
Here are some isotopes of iron (Fe) and their half lives. The more imbalance between protons and neutrons the shorter the half life. 72/26 (150 nanoseconds) --> 71/26 (150 nanoseconds) --> 70/26 (94 milliseconds) --> 69/26 (109 milliseconds) --> 68/26 (187 milliseconds) --> 67/26 (600 milliseconds) --> 66/26 (440 milliseconds) --> 65/26 (1.3 seconds) --> (64/26 2 seconds) --> 63/26 (6.1 seconds) --> 62/26 (1.1 minutes) --> 61/26 (5.98 minutes) --> 60/26 (2.59 years) --> 59/26 (44.495 days).
The idea that the faster hydrogen can be added to an atom coordinated to the neurotransmitter the greater the atomic instability and the faster a person can think. So is there a correlation between speed of thought in the subconscious mind and the operational function of adding hydrogen in to the bound single atom. The greater the instability of the atom the short its half-life which would result in photon release to change the quark geometry in order to attempt to restore symmetry within the atom.
Can memory be stored in an atom itself through this mechanism of adding hydrogen from water to the amine and then into the monoatomic mineral thereby producing an isotope, which has a given rate of decay and therefore stability. The decay process providing the ability to access the stored memory in the form of released light from within the atomic structure of the atom. Is this a plausible explanation for the ability of the subconscious mind to record all information and do it without a second thought. The role of hydration in short term memory has been known for a long time but the proposed mechanism outlined above provides a direct role of hydrogen in the formation of stored memories in the form of monoatomic minerals coordinated to neurotransmitters and their stability / instability related to symmetry in the isotopes formed providing a known release date for that light as the memory within the mind. The role of water in short term memory has been observed where maintaining hydration has a correlation with memory performance. The ability of water to carry protons in the form of the hydronium ion (H3O+) means protons can be added to amine bound to the neurotransmitter going from
NH2 --> NH3+ from water which is then added to the mineral Fe 56/26 to Fe 72/26 adding 16 hydrogens to create Fe 72/26 that releases a photon after 150 nanoseconds to produce Co 71/27 (half-life 79 milliseconds) that generates Ni 70/28 after 240 milliseconds that is converted into Cu 69/29 after 2.85 minutes then into Zn 68/30 which is a stable atom and a long term stored form of memory of the event. So the initial addition of hydrogen via the amine quantum tunneling mechanism provides a link between water protons and memory formation. Each isotopic change in atom releases a photon of light of given energy to enable propagation of an internal atomic energy cycle. These functions occurring in the subconscious mind and are occurring too quickly for the conscious mind to be able to observe.
Is it the function of physics within the subconscious mind that is lost during aging? If so then the conscious mind that we study as the functional neuron may have little to do with the features of the subconscious mind, which evolved initially, and that is associated with the function of light within the atomic world inside our minds. So how can we explore these atomic functions of the mind to support its memory function in old age and disease states and restore the physics of the subconscious mind?
The loss of brain function and cognitive decline is seen in Alzheimer's disease and Dementia where misfolded proteins have been shown to play a significant role in the formation of plaques and tangles within the brain. The enzymes involved and the proteins have been identified and inhibition of these pathways with drugs has not stopped the steady increase in the rate of Alzheimer's disease. So at present there appears to be few approaches that have produced functional outcomes that can reverse the cognitive decline and the rate of disease is expected to grow as the population ages.
My approach has been to explore the functional role of the hydroxyl radical generated through photo-fenton chemistry and delivered topically through the skin by the application of royal jelly proteins isolated from Manuka honey. This natural product produces these high energy electrons (1200 electron volts in 1 billionth of a second) through a light (photo-reduction of coordinated iron bound to the aromatic ring structures of neurotransmitters or in this case the aromatic ring structures of phenolics bound to the royal jelly proteins present in the honey. By isolating the royal jelly proteins from Manuka honey and applying these to the skin they appear to be able to stimulate the generation of high energy short lived radicals within the body and the potential benefits of this in the stimulation of brain physics of the subconscious mind are currently being explored.
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The ability of such proteins to cross the blood brain barrier has not been investigated. The mechanism of photo-Fenton chemistry (monoatomic minerals bound to the aromatic ring of pehnolics in Manuka honey) and the role light plays in the mind suggested that similar processes are occurring already in the mind due to the similar nature of the structure of neurotransmitter compounds present in brain.
It will be interesting to determine if cognitive decline can be reversed by using OH BEE HAVE empowering healing in people who suffer from Alzheimer's disease and Dementia. I currently do not have the answer to this question. The functional role of the hydroxyl radical in biology to enable the cell undergoing apoptosis (a natural cell death process) without stimulating inflammation in the brain suggests that the use of such an approach to support the breakdown of plaques and tangles that have accumulated in the brain of people with Alzheimer's disease and Dementia by destroying plaques and tangles and converting misfolded proteins back into CO2 and water is an approach that warrant further investigation. Rather than conduct years of scientific investigation in animals and cells or in test tubes, I prefer to go directly into patients as the product I make is both natural and safe and has shown no adverse effects during the evaluation of the product in healthy people and honey is considered GRAS. It's topical application is not invasive and provides an easy way to obtain the health giving benefits of Manuka honey without the presence of sugar.
As the hydrogen peroxide generating activity of glucose oxidase has been inhibited by MGO in Manuka honey the presence of sugar in the production of hydrogen peroxide by glucose oxidase is not needed. That is why I remove the sugar leaving behind the 1% of the royal jelly proteins that generates the active ingredient (hydroxyl radical).
If we consider the evolution of the eye as an event that occurred after the evolution of the subconscious mind (In vertebrate embryonic development, the retina and the optic nerve originate as outgrowths of the developing brain, specifically the embryonic diencephalon; thus, the retina is considered part of the central nervous system (CNS) and is actually brain tissue. It is the only part of the CNS that can be visualized non-invasively.), then the role of the eye and the inverted retina provides the ability of the subconscious mind to be examined by the conscious mind and by the cognitive conscious observer. This duality of mind (one based on light subconscious) and one based on electrical circuits (conscious mind) based on neurological function provides an interesting evolutionary perspective.
Such a perspective, provides an idea that the retina are not inverted but correctly orientated to be able to observe the physics or inner workings of the subconscious mind allowing the conscious observer an ability to interact in a functional way in an inner world of one's own creation in the uncontrolled physics of the mind. If this is the case it would provide an explanation for the visions observed in dreams where light originating from within the monoatomic subconscious mind physics to provide photons that the retina can pick up. It has been reported that the human retina can pick up individual photons providing an evolutionary basis for the detection of beta decay events (releasing individual photons) within the monoatomic system in the subconscious mind and generating an inner light source for visual dreams. If this is the case, then with our eyes closed we can see light when we are dreaming. The blind spot without photoreceptors may have originally acted as a pinhole camera type lens for light to interact with the atoms within the subconscious mind. Thinking about these strange concepts and then exploring what features of physics would be needed to support such inner workings of the subconscious mind involved in a prototypical vision system. I looked into hydrogen electron transitions as my model of memory directly relates to the use of the hydrogen building block and the building of all other atoms within biology through the addition of hydrogen through quantum tunneling. This approach provided an opportunity to explore the photo-electric effect that was discovered by Einstein and also look at the wavelengths of light that correspond to the various transitions. What I found is a plausible explanation of a subconscious mind based vision system based on hydrogen electron transitions and Balmer lines that provide the wavelengths of light corresponding to visible wavelengths that the retina can detect. This feature of monoatomic minerals coordinating and the Balmer line transitions of hydrogen suggests the interplay of light with electrons and the functional role of hydrogen as the quantum element in biology that enables isotope generation provides a rationale to memory that can be considered broken in case of diseases associated with the loss of memory.
So how could this physics based memory system be damaged?
The role of physics in biology is only just starting to be explored in the emerging field of science called quantum biology. If these types of processes are involved in apoptosis and the natural death and regeneration processes occurring in neurological tissue and if anti-oxidants capture the hydroxyl radical and break this cycle of regeneration in biology then what would be the consequences of that intervention? It would suggest that apoptosis would not continue appropriately and could lead to the potential accumulation of partly apoptotic cells. I propose the question is the failure of apoptosis responsible for the generation of misfolded proteins in the brain? It would suggest that increasing the generation of high energy short lived radicals that can breakdown the misfolded proteins could provide an opportunity to restore mental clarity by breaking down the plaques and tangles in the brains of patients with Alzheimer's disease. The initial studies in healthy individuals has clearly shown increased energy and mental alertness. If this translates into people with Alzheimer's disease and Dementia then this could be a real game changer for those people current living with those brain diseases.
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