Stanley A. Koren, W.E. Bosarge, Michael A. Persinger, Magnetic Fields Generated by Optical Coupler Circuits May Also Be Containment Loci for Entanglement of P-N Junction-Plasma Cell Membrane Photons within Exposed Living Systems, Volume 42, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 42)
    The presence of optocouplers, tyristors, Triac switches, and light-emitting diodes within complex electronic circuits that generated magnetic fields within volumes in which living systems are exposed may create the conditions for non-local production of photons within those volumes. Because the power densities of biophotons that mediate inter-cell communication within organisms and potentially control cell proliferation are similar to those for cosmic rays, terrestrial sources of photons, and light emissions during human cognition, this non-locality would involve a field of subtle energies. Calculations show remarkable convergence between current densities and power values within the optocoupler components and the characteristics of photons within conditions that could promote excess correlations and non-locality including the involvement of Casimir forces. Spectral analyses of the computer-generated signals that produced the magnetic field through either the optocoupler or an alternative circuit revealed higher frequency durations in the order of 20 to 40 ms of “absent signals” that could affect the type of base nucleotide sequencing. The quantitative solutions suggest that under certain conditions the four-dimensional magnetic field within which the animal is exposed during effective treatments of anomalous cell proliferation serves as a dynamic “containment” analogous to a coherent domain where photonic patterns between the electronic equipment and living system are coupled.
    Biophotons, Casimir Energies, Electronic Circuits, Excess Correlation, Intercell Communication, Magnetic Field-Photon Correspondence, Optocouplers