No, UV-B and UV-C are outside the band of protection.
Though I would advise drinking aloe vera juice regularly, as it is natural uv blocker.
No, UV-B and UV-C are outside the band of protection.
I just found out yesterday that both X-rays and UV radiation, from the sun, are actually GOOD for you and the blocking/lack thereof is what seems to be causing a large number of mental and emotional disorders.
Now that is very intriguing... add in the sun being blocked at sunrise and sunset every day (blocking the light used by sungazers), rubber soles preventing earthing and the constant bombardment of EM radiation all around us and we are being cut off from nature and that which sustains us in ways we have yet to fully understand.daniel wrote: ↑Wed Dec 19, 2018 4:34 pmI just found out yesterday that both X-rays and UV radiation, from the sun, are actually GOOD for you and the blocking/lack thereof is what seems to be causing a large number of mental and emotional disorders.
From what I was told (by experts in the field that basically lost their jobs for talking about it) was that we WERE constantly bombarded by low-energy X-rays from the sun over the course of the day. It appears that these X-rays increase intelligence over time. Even the use of CRTs (television, monitors) was providing that intellectual boost.
Back in the days prior to artificial lighting, people spent a lot of time outside, getting sunlight, along with the UV, onto their skin and directly into their eyes. Turns out this stimulates several of the organs in the middle of the brain causing them to trigger stem cell production, and thus significantly improve the body's ability to repair itself. And I'd also like to point out that stem cells replace cells that have had their telomeres shortened to the point of non-reproduction, keeping people younger.
Since they started blocking UV and X-rays with chemtrail shielding, we are no longer getting these health benefits from our sun, which is causing increasing mental and emotional problems. And now that we've junked the CRTs and have switched to plasma/LED everything, not only have those health benefits been lost, but they are now operating in reverse... the more you stare at an LED device, the worse you become--both health-wise and the lowering of intelligence. (Quite honestly, seems rather obvious when I look around these days).
I am going to investigate this in more detail, but from the "photon 2.0" research on the RS2 forum, this seems very likely to be true.
I had not even heard of "micronovas" until this, so I'll analyze with respect to the Reciprocal System...
The gas pressure builds up because the B star has that hard shell... it needs enough pressure to rupture the shell and escape, then the gas burns (flare) and bits get flung off (debris cloud).Dewey B. Larson wrote:Ultimately, however, the continued expansion in the interior of the white dwarf star eliminates the empty time between the atoms in this region and the thermal forces begin to build up a gas pressure. When this pressure is high enough the compressed gas breaks through the overlying material in the manner of a gas bubble forcing its way through a liquid, and the hot material makes its appearance at the surface of the star, increasing the luminosity by a factor which may be as high as 50,000. Within a short time the relatively small amount of ejected material cools by radiation and the star gradually returns to its original status. In this condition it is rather inconspicuous and the first observed events of this kind were thought to involve the formation of entirely new stars, as a result of which the inappropriate term nova has been applied to this phenomenon.
From the foregoing description it is apparent that the nova explosion is another periodic event. As soon as one gas bubble is ejected, the compressive and thermal forces in the interior begin working toward development of a successor. Since the gravitational forces within the star are gradually expanding it toward the gravitational normal represented by the main sequence (that is, they are drawing the constituent atoms closer together in time), the additional expansion required to cause the nova explosion is correspondingly reduced as the star grows older and this reduces the time interval between explosions. The first event of this kind may not occur for millions of years after the original formation of the white dwarf star, but as the star approaches closer to the main sequence the time interval decreases, and some novae have repeated in less than 100 years. Furthermore, there is a special kind of variable star which has all of the earmarks of a small scale nova. This stellar class, of which U Geminorum is the type star, follows the nova pattern in miniature with a very much shorter period, ranging from about a year downward. The U Geminorum stars are reported to be slightly under-luminous for their spectral type; that is, they are somewhat below the main sequence on the H-R diagram, which is just where they belong if they are nearing the end of the white dwarf stage. The long period novae lie still farther down on the H-R diagram and are reported to have densities in the neighborhood of 100 times the solar density. From this it would appear that such stars as Sirius B are still in the early white dwarf stage and have a long way to go before they reach the nova phase.