An open letter to the laser therapy community.

Peter A Jenkins, MBA

First Posted April 28, 2009 […and reprised here just for fun!]

 

Many of you, over the years, will have read my various articles and posts in which I have described certain laser manufacturers’ and marketers’ claims as “pseudoscientific rubbish” and challenged them to provide evidence to support their claims.

A number of you have suggested that, in making this challenge, I have been a little unfair, and that I, too, should produce evidence.

Well, I am nothing if not fair, and so I decided to produce evidence at the same level of that provided by these various manufacturers and marketing in support of their incredible claims.

Please read on…

 

An Incredible Discovery in Quantum Laser Medicine!

Recently I’ve been undertaking some ground-breaking work on the fundamental equations underlying the ‘Theory of Quantum Medicine’ in an attempt to unify the disparate elements into a ‘Unified Field Theory of Quantum Medicine’ – the Holy Grail of the quantum medicine world.

To make the essence of this discovery available to the widest possible audience, in this letter I will omit the detailed mathematical constructs that are required to truly understand this theory and simply describe my work and its implications in plain English.

The venerable Stephen Linsteadt, N.D, beautifully describes Quantum Medicine in the following way:

“The quantum level possesses the highest level of coherence within the human organism. Sick individuals with weak immune systems or cancer have poor and chaotic coherence with disturbed biophoton cellular communication. Therefore, disease can be seen as the result of disturbances on the cellular level that act to distort the cell’s quantum perspective. This causes electrons to become misplaced in protein molecules and metabolic processes become derailed as a result. Once cellular metabolism is compromised the cell becomes isolated from the regulated process of natural growth control.

The quantum medicine practitioner recognizes that quantum coherence provides the fundamental resonance communication system of the body. All quantum therapies must, therefore, be aimed at re-establishing cellular resonance. Quantum medicine practitioners are experts in bio-energetic nutrition with an emphasis on providing adequate defenses for free radical damage and re-establishing the body’s bio-electric communication system by detoxifying the connective tissue matrix”

The mathematics required to adequately describe every aspect of the body’s quantum interconnectedness and develop a single, unified theory is quite complex, requiring hundreds of formulae that, to date, have been disparate and unconnected.

That is, until now…

 

Introducing the ‘Theraton’!

While trying to incorporate the Soliton (so as to account for the reportedly fantastic results of Dr. Larry Lytle’s patented technology [1]) and the revolutionary Scalar Wave [2] functions within the various TQM formulae, I discovered something entirely unexpected: the Unified Field Theory of Quantum Medicine requires the existence of a new particle, which I have called the ‘theraton’.

As my unified theory predicts, the theraton is the force mediator particle for Fleming’s phroton and ephectron [3], and my latest work shows that it is definitely the particle that affords photons their therapeutic power!

The theraton is a strange particle in that it has no mass, nor energy, just spin and color.

It is the theraton’s amazingly-powerful spin that tightly binds Fleming’s phroton and ephectron together in the photon. Spin also has another role, which I’ll address later.

The theraton’s color is what causes photons to interact with some chromophores and avoid others – an effect I call segregation, for obvious reasons – which is why photons can be used therapeutically.

In further keeping with the trend in physics to append labels to classes of particles, I have called Fleming’s sub-photonic particles, the ephectron and phroton, ‘farks’, and farks, according to my theory, can appear in only one possible state, which I have chosen to call ‘startled’.

According to my latest calculations, the very act of creating Lytle’s soliton leads to a rapid unwinding of the theraton’s spin, which subsequently causes the photon to let out a ‘startled fark’.

A soliton, unlike a normal wave function, has only a positive ‘peak’ with no negative ‘trough’. However, as we know from our knowledge of old-fashioned physics, a photon is both a particle and a wave, and as a wave it necessarily has a ‘wavelength’, i.e., a positive peak followed by a negative trough.

My newly discovered exchange particle, the gluon-like force mediator I’ve called the theraton, is what keeps Fleming’s ephectron and phroton together in a photon.

So, in producing a soliton, Lytle’s laser is essentially forcing the photon to give a fark – something most photons are reluctant to do. By reluctantly giving a fark the photon collapses its own wave function, leaving it unable to interact, either positively or negatively, with any chromophores at all.

Photons must be in their normal whole state in order to interact with chromophores, i.e., to be absorbed and, thus, initiate the cascade of secondary mechanisms that contribute to the many reported effects of light interaction with living cells and tissues.

This we know from all the in vitro and in vivo studies undertaken and published to date, and it forms the solid foundation of real science upon which laser therapy rests.

This is why I named this exchange particle the ‘theraton': without it the phroton and ephectron simply go their own separate ways, thus deconstructing the photon and eliminating its potential therapeutic power.

Although I’m yet to complete my calculations, I’m quite sure that the fark that is ejected first is the ephectron, as the solution hints that this will leave the photon completely inephective in a therapeutic sense.

This lack of interaction with chromophores (absorption) means greater transmission (penetration), which is possibly the mechanism behind Lytle’s claim that solitons allow energy to penetrate to greater depths in living tissue.

Of course, as we’ve just seen, a soliton deconstructs a photon and unwinds the theraton, so the residual energy that travels further into the tissue is simply a startled fark or two with no therapeutic benefit.

I am also certain that the ‘resonating’ effect, claimed to be imparted by devices such as the Erchonia [4], Q1000 [1] and Scalar Wave Laser [2], is actually caused by liberated phrotons and ephectrons bouncing to-and-phro, trying inephectively to establish communication with misplaced electrons whilst restoring vitality to the tissue matrix which has collapsed into Linsteadt’s state of chaotic quantum coherence.

This newly-discovered impact of the soliton upon the photon’s potential for therapeutic effect is discussed in more detail in a yet-to-be-published paper entitled, appropriately, “The Role of the Fark in Soliton-induced Theraton Unwinding & Photon Interactivity Decline”, although I dare say this will become known in the future simply as Jenkins’ “Fark in S.T.U.P.I.D.” theory.

I’m sure this paper will stimulate a significant amount of thought around the world, and is likely to spawn a host of ‘Fark in S.T.U.P.I.D.’ ideas.

Along those lines, right now I’m also trying to incorporate a phenomenon a colleague has studied, that of Forced Activation of Kinked Electrons (F.A.K.E.).

 

Yours in good [con-]science,
Peter A. Jenkins

 

PS.  You may be wondering, what is the other role of the theraton’s powerful spin…?

Well, it’s this powerful spin that empowers the proponents of ‘Quantum Medicine’, and the marketers of all its fantastic tools and techniques, to suspend the credibility of otherwise intelligent and reasoning laypersons and professionals alike with the clever use of pseudoscientific jargon.

Laser therapy is backed by real science. Claims of soliton, scalar wave and resonating lasers are nothing but pseudoscience. Sometimes it is difficult to tell where real science ends and pseudoscience begins, but the following description should help:

“Pseudoscience has been characterised by the use of vague, exaggerated or untestable claims, over-reliance on confirmation rather than refutation, lack of openness to testing by other experts, and a lack of progress in theory development.” [5]

 

PPS.  I received the following question from a reviewer of the initial draft:

“So where/how does interaction with the organism occur to initiate a therapeutic effect?”

My answer was as follows:

Photons must be in their normal whole state in order to interact with chromophores, i.e., to be absorbed and, thus, initiate the cascade of secondary mechanisms that contribute to the many reported effects of light interaction with living cells and tissues.

This we know from all the in vitro and in vivo studies undertaken and published to date, and it forms the solid foundation of real science upon which laser therapy rests.

Our newly discovered exchange particle, the gluon-like force mediator we’ve called the theraton, is what keeps Fleming’s ephectron and phroton together in a photon.

This is why we named this particle the ‘theraton’, because without it the phroton and ephectron simply go their own separate ways, thus deconstructing the photon and eliminating its therapeutic power.

It is only by liberating the theraton that we can separate the phroton and ephectron and, thus, break up the photon.

One of Lytle’s solitons will break apart the photon because, as Lars has pointed out, a soliton essentially has only a peak and no trough and so cannot represent a whole photon, which has a full wavelength.

The ephectron then just sits there, pausing for want of ephect, and the phroton goes on to knock the hell out of credibility.

The newly-liberated theraton, now relieved of its purpose, joins the ranks of other radicals as they freely terrorise the neighbourhood.

 

  1. US Patent #68722212
  2. http://www.scalarwavelasers.com
  3. http://www.biophotonicsresearchinstitute
  4. http://www.erchonia.com
  5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudoscience