• General 20.09.2019

    Scientists have recently discovered a “strange” phenomenon: it turns out, the human body emits light not only in the infrared (which can be checked using a thermal imager), but also in visible light – just a very poorly. Suggest that This light is a byproduct of some chemical reactions involving free radicals. More to explore this phenomenon have decided to Japanese scientists, led by . For this purpose, they used thermal imaging cameras and ultra-sensitive camera that can capture individual photons. In the role of experimental ‘rabbits’ were five volunteers, aged nearly 20 years of age, who were stripped to the waist and placed in complete darkness in front of the camera for 20 minutes. This experience was repeated every 3 hours starting from 10 am to 10 pm, within 3 days.

    The tests revealed that the emission increases and drops again during the day. Minimum intensity is reached at 10 am, and maximum – about 4 hours of the day, then glow again reduced. Apparently, this glow, as a result of biochemical reactions in the body, due to “internal clock” of the organism, ie, the cyclic daily changes in its metabolic activity. It is also interesting that those subjects shone much brighter than other parts of the body. Scientists have explained this to the fact that those people are subjected to more intensive exposure sun than the rest of the body, and usually are more swarthy, that is tanned. This is due to the accumulation of melanin pigment, which in its chemical structure contains a component capable of fluorescence. Scientists hope that their so-called study finds in the end and the real application. In particular, we can establish the dependence of the glow of health status and its connection with the nature of possible diseases. Then such sensitive camera will be a perfect diagnostic tool – and completely harmless.

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