are human cells water masers?

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Offline katesisco

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are human cells water masers?
« on: 06/04/2013 14:58:57 »
The principal seems the same--emission of light on an exact frequency. 
Just the scale is different.  And another question that has relevance to the oddity of monoatomic gold---this double water molecule might make up the difference in atmospheric radiation?  How did these strange escapees from the physics zoo happen? 


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Re: are human cells water masers?
« Reply #1 on: 06/04/2013 15:18:55 »
I've never heard of Water Masers before. I've been looking for those.

I see that shape a lot in all sorts of things. It has physics that are very useful. I'm not allowed to post my own ideas however.
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