alexa The Non-Electromagnetic Action of Photons on Biological Systems. Spin Supercurrent

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The Non-Electromagnetic Action of Photons on Biological Systems. Spin Supercurrent

The paper aims at showing that there is a physical process that might account for the non-electromagnetic action of photons on biological systems. An analogy is shown between the effects of low-intensity electromagnetic radiation and the effects of biologically active substances in ultra-low doses on biological systems and also the features of quantum correlation of photons. The analogy may be due to the same physical mechanism underlying the phenomena. It is of importance that quantum correlations of photons are effected by non-electromagnetic forces. A comparison is drawn between the features of quantum correlations in such quantum macrosystem as superfluid 3He-B and the experimentally established properties of quantum correlations of photons. It is shown that quantum correlations (and, consequently, the effects of low-intensity electromagnetic radiation on biological systems) may be due to spin supercurrents, whose properties are like those of spin supercurrents emerging between spin structures in superfluid 3He-B, the spin supercurrents being of non-electromagnetic nature. It is shown that the non-electromagnetic action of photons on a biological system may be performed by spin supercurrents emerging between the spin structures produced by the photons and biological system in the physical vacuum. The spin supercurrent speed may exceed that of light, because the spin supercurrent is not accompanied by the birth of a mass, as it is in the motion of a body (the relativistic increase in mass) or in the motion of photon (the kinetic mass of photon), and therefore has no inertial properties

 
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