Mr. Potato Head Versus That French Guy
“Experts” would have you believe that cataracts are only caused by blue light.
These same “experts” are also warning you that exposure to blue light will mess up your circadian rhythms.
Well, the truth is if you stay awake past 10:00 p.m., even if you’re sitting in the dark, you’re screwing up your circadian rhythms.
If you’re eating Out of Time (wrong Growth Zone foods), you’re doing the same.
The suprachiasmatic nuclei (both of them) aren’t your only circadian pacemakers.
Don’t forget the ventromedial nuclei, lateral geniculate nuclei, and even individual red blood cells.
The suprachiasmatic nuclei are mostly only concerned with LIGHT.
Ultraviolet radiation, the visible spectrum, and infrared radiation aren’t the only regulators of circadian rhythms.
Even our “social rhythms” are major regulators of circadian rhythms.
“Experts” want you to believe that your body is so stupid it can’t tell day from night without the benefit of blue light (or any other color of light, for that matter).
Consider the experiments of Professor Frank A. Brown of Northwestern University.
He sliced up potatoes and put them in the dark, deep underground.
These potato plugs represented “ten years of hourly data, about a million and a half ‘potato hours,’ and nearly ninety thousand consecutive calendar hours of data.”
They were kept in a lead box to block any form of known radiation.
The lead box was pressurized, so barometric pressure couldn’t affect the potato tissues.
Yet some unknown energy allowed these potato plugs to exchange information with the environment.
Besides being able to tell what time of the day or night it was, these potato plugs were able to predict the weather one or two days in advance.
So Mr. Potato Head seems to be a lot smarter than that French guy who stayed underground in a cave for two months and got his circadian rhythms all screwed up.
Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose proved that vegetables have feelings much like ours.
Professor Frank Brown proved that they have extrasensory perception too.