Luz tem Interacoes com a Materia que sao discriminadas pelos instrumentos eletronicos, como previu a Matrix/DNA

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… from a theoretical standpoint, “Most light-matter interaction processes are ‘forbidden’ by electronic selection rules, which limits the number of transitions between energy levels we have access to,” Soljačić explains.

For example, spectrograms, which are used to analyze the elemental composition of materials, show a few bright lines against a mostly dark background. The bright lines represent the specific “allowed” energy level transitions in the atoms of that element that can be accompanied by the release of a photon (a particle of light). In the dark regions, which make up most of the spectrum, emission at those energy levels is “forbidden.”

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-07-realms-light-matter-interaction.html#jCp

Study opens new realms of light-matter interaction

July 15, 2016 by David L. Chandler

Matrix/DNA: A Matrix/DNA sugere que os sistemas naturais ditos inanimados ou não-vivos executam funções mecânicas que se tornaram, com a evolução, as propriedades vitais. Então ela sugere um novo e diferente modelo teórico para sistemas atômicos e astronômicos, nos quais, as ocultas funções biológicas aparecem e podem serem identificadas. Esta sugestão e’ totalmente estranha ao mundo intelectual acadêmico moderno, cujos cérebros não conseguem processar o significado disso e seus efeitos no mundo real. Mas isto acontece porque as ciências tem focalizado e percebido apenas os aspectos mecânicos e eletromagnéticos destes sistemas, e esta percepção limitada cresce devido o feed-back proporcionado pelos instrumentos científicos que são meras extensões dos sensores cerebrais. Assim, os instrumentos científicos reforçam a crença em que o mundo real contem apenas o que se percebe, e as características biológicas – que não são mecânicas nem eletromagnéticas – não são admitidas por este mode de ver o mundo.

Mas o esforço das pesquisas vão aprimorando tanto os sensores cerebrais como suas extensões tecnológicas e com isso vão entrando nas faixas das dimensões indivisíveis e adivinhando ou descobrindo novos fenômenos. Estes novos fenômenos vão, por sua vez, confirmando os modelos teóricos da Matrix/DNA.

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With this new study, Kaminer says, “we demonstrate theoretically that these constraints can be lifted” using confined waves within atomically thin, 2-D materials. “We show that some of the transitions which normally take the age of the universe to happen could be made to happen within nanoseconds. Because of this, many of the dark regions of a spectrogram become bright once an atom is placed near a 2-D material.”

Electrons in an atom have discrete energy levels, and when they hop from one level to another they give off a photon of light, a process called spontaneous emission. But the atom itself is much smaller than the wavelength of the light that gets emitted—about 1/1,000 to 1/10,000 as big—substantially impairing the interactions between the two.

The trick is, in effect, to “shrink” the light so it better matches the scale of the atom, as the researchers show in their study. The key to enabling a whole range of interactions, specifically transitions in atomic states that relate to absorbing or emitting light, is the use of a two-dimensional material called graphene, in which light can interact with matter in the form of plasmons, a type of electromagnetic oscillation in the material.

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Plasmons:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plasmon

In physics, a plasmon is a quantum of plasma oscillation. As light consists of photons, the plasma oscillation consists of plasmons. The plasmon can be considered as a quasiparticle since it arises from the quantization of plasma oscillations, just like phonons are quantizations of mechanical vibrations. Thus, plasmons are collective (a discrete number) oscillations of the free electron gas density. For example, at optical frequencies, plasmons can couple with a photon to create another quasiparticle called a plasmon polariton.

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