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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Vault-Co Vindicated 25 Years After I First Said It

If you're an athlete or just a human being who enjoys living, replace your nightlight with a blue light.

It is the only frequency of light that won't disrupt your biological processes, including critical release of growth hormone, if you get up at night to go to the bathroom. I cannot overstate this enough. You need complete blackout in your room at night when you sleep and all nightlights should be blue spectrum. It won't matter to you until a couple decades later when the doctor tells you that you have cancer which I suspect is a direct result of the introduction of the electric lightbulb.

The risk of ovarian and breast cancer in women who have a streetlight outside their window that shines into their bedroom is six times that of a woman who smokes a pack a day of cigarettes. Government calls them public infrastructure but street lights should be considered sheeple killing rayguns because that is what the statistics say they are. Trust the facts.

John Ott wrote about it in the 70's and I read his obscure books in the early 90's. I noticed my results from weight training improved substantially when I replaced the light in the bathroom with a cool blue bulb. I felt bigger and my muscle tone was obviously improved within a few nights after simply putting a .99 cent blue light in my bathroom socket. Within two weeks I had put an inch on both biceps and an inch-and-a-half on both legs. When I met my wife the first time she said my quads looked like pickle barrels and I only discovered the truth about light and health five months beforehand.

Ott was possibly the greatest amateur scientist who lived in the 20th century but you notice his Wikipedia entry barely mentions it. He earned a Nobel prize about ten times over but was not of the right ethnicity/clique to receive one, being a white Christian. None need apply.

12 comments:

Bob Wallace said...

I read about Ott years ago in book called, "The Secret Life of Plants."

Luke said...

I'm confused. It's clear that blue light has cognitive benefits, but why is it helpful at night? Doesn't blue light inhibit melatonin production? Guess I need to read some Ott.

Ted Walther said...

Tex, the first link says blue light supresses melatonin and disrupts biological processes. It looks like you are saying the opposite. Which is it? Interesting work by John Ott, I'll try to get a copy of his book to read. Oh, it is already on the web. I'll archive a copy before it gets taken down for copyright infringement. http://www.whale.to/b/ott_b.html

JeffreyJerpp said...

http://news.yahoo.com/calm-solar-cycle-prompts-questions-impact-earth-213912384.html

Vault-co rules.

Any thoughts on nascent iodine? I appear to have some spontaneous scar tissue healing taking place after taking modest doses (400 MCG/day of the Alex Jones brand). Apparently increases in T3 also increase IGF1.

Texas Arcane said...

Any other colors tell your body it is daytime.

I suspect the real effect of blue light all day long is your body can't set its biological clock because it never registers it as daytime.

Orange colored glasses that block blue during the day tell your body it is daytime and when night approaches your circadian rhythm will prepare your body to sleep the way it should.

KW Jackson said...

@JeffreyJerp - most people are deficient in nearly all minerals and elemental nutrition. When you research this, even with mainstream medical findings from journals, it is painfully clear that the approved diet is for corporate profits. What we are told is "healthily normal" is with a silent qualifier like, "for a tax revenue unit".

Anonymous said...

Backwards tex. Orange glasses after sundown. Blue nightlight ok if very weak like moonlight. Strong blue light means circadian daytime. Well established. White sun has lots of blue, as do fluorescents.

lj3 said...

It's all about timing. There's plenty of strong blue light during the day. At sunset, the only colors that get refracted are orange and red. No blue. It makes sense that the lack of blue light would be a signal that we should be going to sleep. Then after the moon comes up, we're exposed to weak blue light throughout the night.

cbenediccengi said...

http://chriskresser.com/how-artificial-light-is-wrecking-your-sleep-and-what-to-do-about-it

Texas Arcane said...

Just to clarify, acting on John Ott's book I replaced my incandescent bulb in the bathroom with a dim blue neon light that barely gave off enough illumination to see by. This nightlight was perfect for early in the morning and did not cause anything like the disruption caused by flicking that bulb on when visiting the bathroom and then returning to sleep.

KW Jackson said...

I simply don't need nightlights in the city. It's never too dark for me to see at night. Out bush, sometimes when the weather is poor, I may need a light but rarely.

Abaddon said...

Night lights? Even my kids would laugh at you.

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