Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp, DNA as Light
Fritz-Albert Popp (born 1938 in Frankfurt) is a German researcher in biophysics. He is the inventor of biophoton theory, and has coined the term biophotons which refers to coherent photons emitted from biological organisms. Popp holds a degree in experimental physics from the University of Wurzburg, a PhD in theoretical physics at the University of Mainz and a Professorship at Marburg University. In 1996, Dr. Popp founded the International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss, Germany. This institute is a worldwide network of biologists, chemists, medical researchers, physicists and other scientists at fourteen universities and governmental research institutes.
Studies by Fritz-Albert Popp and other researchers are dazzling the scientific community with a new understanding of DNA: DNA as light (biophotons).
Popp has demonstrated that DNA operates not only chemically, the longstanding theory, but at a level beyond. His work shows that DNA in living cells store and release photons creating “biophotonic emissions” that may hold the key to illness and health. These particles of light, with no mass, transmit information within and between cells. Popp’s eight books and more than one hundred fifty scientific journal articles and studies address basic questions of theoretical physics, biology, complementary medicine and biophotons.
Biophotons consist of light with a high degree of order, in other words, biological “laser” light. Such a light is very fine tuned and shows an extremely stable intensity, without the fluctuations normally observed in light. Because of their stable field strength, their waves can superpose, and by virtue of this, constructive and destructive interference effects become possible that do not occur in ordinary light. Because of the high degree of coherence (high degree of order), the biological “laser” light is able to generate and keep order and also to transmit information in the organism.