Piezoelectricity and photoelectricity in silicon

In the first article on silicon, we mentioned its special properties – the piezoelectric properties. But silicon can do even more: Photoelectric properties are also known with silicon and have been used for years in the field of photovoltaics, where light is converted into a voltage / current flow. Through its crystal structure, silicon dioxide can additionally receive, store and transmit information, vibrations and frequencies in the body – like silicon chips and memory. We will go into detail about the processes of transmutation, specifically the conversion of unnatural vibration patterns into biocompatible/natural vibration patterns, in Silicon Part 4.

Silicon dioxide thus functions as a mediator and link between the material and the informative world. The statement „in a cell, more than one million chemical reactions can take place per second in an intelligently controlled manner“ takes on another significance when we are aware that we have approximately 60 trillion cells and that the chemical reactions (metabolism) must be controlled by higher-level physical processes.

With the knowledge that silicon has these properties, many other, previously unconsidered functions and effects in metabolism arise.

Photoelectric properties generate voltages and electric current in silicon

Light is generated and emitted by cells and microorganisms. Silicon crystal structures convert these light pulses into a voltage / current flow. In the case of light (light quanta) emitted by cells or microorganisms, we also speak of biophotons or bioluminescence, which are ultimately light quanta / light particles with a specific wavelength. These light quanta have special properties concerning their order (coherence), thus they can transmit information (coded) – like a fibre optic cable. The red light of an optical fibre cable with a wavelength in the range of 630 to 670 nm (red light) can transmit 4K images and perfect sound – although we „only“ see red light. The various information is „modulated“ onto the red light so that the transmitter (cells, bacteria) encodes and transmits these images, sounds and information, which are then decoded and understood by the receiver (other cells, bacteria).

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Piezoelectric properties: Pressure changes in the silicon generate voltages and a current flow

Systole and diastole, the rhythmic pumping of the heart, ultimately provides pressure impulses through electrical signals (conduction), which we can also perceive and measure as pressure waves in the vascular system / arteries. The constantly changing pressure impulses influence the crystal structure of the silicon, which then reacts with a voltage and current flow, especially in the heart cells of enormous importance. If the silicon level in the body is high (nowadays very rare!), the heart cells will be the first to benefit from this in terms of higher performance.

The speed with which the pressure impulses are transmitted through our vascular system says a lot about the condition of the vessels, especially about the elasticity of the vascular wall. Pulse wave velocity (PWV) is a recognized measurement parameter for vascular elasticity and is expressed in metres per second (m/sec). The stiffer vessels and vessel walls are (due to calcium and other deposits, loss of structure due to silicon/mineral deficiency), the faster the pressure pulses are transmitted. If there are positive changes in life from a biological point of view, through dietary changes, lifestyle changes, therapy procedures, relaxation techniques or herbal remedies that have an effect on our vegetative nervous system (sympathetic / parasympathetic) and thus also the vascular system, this can be measured quickly and reliably via the PWV.

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Does silicon influence the basic formation of energy in the cells?

Caution, now it’s getting a bit more technical: From our point of view, the continuation of these thoughts could bring to light a topic that has so far been very inadequately explained and substantiated by theories, hypotheses and auxiliary hypotheses. It is about the actual conversion of oxygen into energy (ATP), the energy states of oxygen and the transport / binding of oxygen up to the energy power plants in our cells, the mitochondria. The official theory on oxygen transport is as full of holes as a Swiss cheese – even if it is very tasty.

Silicon can enable a voltage or current flow through light/light quanta and pressure changes. With these properties, silicon can possibly effect or cause much more in metabolism than previously thought. Oxygen, for example, is present in our ambient air in the inert triplet state (diamagnetic state = magnetic properties), while in the energetically excited state the oxygen molecule is in the singlet state (paramagnetic state = non-magnetic properties).

The textbooks on this subject state that only singlet oxygen (the energetically excited form of oxygen) can react with biomolecules, due to its spin configuration. Triplet and singlet oxygen are always the O₂ molecule, i.e. an oxygen molecule consisting of 2 atoms = O₂. The energy necessary to excite the oxygen in the body from the triplet to the singlet state would be conceivable and possible with silicon as a catalyst and energy transformer. Biologists know that macrophages, for example, can convert singlet oxygen in the body for specific defence.

Anyone who feels called to dive deeper into this topic (and develop a new and rounded oxygen transport hypothesis) is welcome to contact us.

Connecting the dots …

  • Communication in the body through light with the possibility of energy conversion (current flow and voltage)
  • Permanent pressure changes enable current flows/voltages
  • Receiving, storing and sending information and oscillation patterns
  • Silicon as interface and link between material structures and information processes
  • Oxygen, as the most important molecule in the body, can be excited by energy, from the triplet state (inert) to the singlet state (reactive), whereby only singlet oxygen can react with bio-molecules

All these properties of silicon or silicon dioxide, which have hardly been researched so far in human metabolism but are comprehensible, give us an idea of how much more complex and intelligent our metabolism and the higher-level control system is. Our body works according to economic criteria. This means that it does not waste energy.

Triplet and singlet oxygen, in both cases O₂ is a molecule consisting of 2 oxygen atoms. The difference is in which orbit the outer electrons orbit and with which spin (direction of rotation). Triplet oxygen can be excited into the singlet state by light of a special wavelength and suitable catalysts. Both the light in the tissue (photons emitted by cells or bacteria = bio-photons) or changes in pressure can enable a current flow, which brings us to the topic of energy generation and energy conversion.

Singlet oxygen is not magnetic, and triplet oxygen has magnetic properties (as does silicon). This is very interesting when we know that the iron atom in the haemoglobin molecule is possibly not held by porphyrin rings after all, but by a magnetic bond (change of singlet and triplet oxygen state), which would be much more effective, easier and economical (-> New oxygen transport hypothesis).