What did Einstein know about tanning?

Einstein and tanning

Actually, it seems like quite a lot.

Probably you know that Albert Einstein (1879-1955) is one of the great geniuses of the 20th Century. His “Theory of Relativity” (E=mc2) combined electricity and magnetism with the laws of mechanics and became the foundation for the, at that time, new way of looking at the behaviour of light-photons in different environments.

What you maybe didn’t know is how Einsteins research on Photon and Quantum (the Quantum Theory), can explain what happens in your skin and body when exposed to UV-light (or any light for that matter).

If you have followed The Tanning Blog for a while, you know that I am not inclined to write about the same thing which you can read in the most popular tanning sites and tanning news feeds. The “Tanning Mom”, has, for example, not got any of my attention (until now, that is), even if she dominates the tanning news online.

I am also not writing about the other hot topic in tanning news, namely how tanning is blamed to cause skin cancer. On the contrary, I write about the scientific fraud which is created to make us believe that tanning is dangerous and about the companies which sponsor the early detection campaigns of melanoma in order to inflate the skin-cancer statistics and help the sales of their products.

Since I do not know everything about tanning and UV-exposure (even if I probably know more than most), I get exited when I find some new information about tanning, UV-exposure and vitamin D.

And that brings me back to the topic of this article – Einstein about tanning.

In his latest blog post, the neurosurgeon & optimal health coach, Dr Jack Kruse, tell us how Einsteins quantum theory explains why and how vitamin D is created in our skin when exposed to UV-light.

Here are the five topics of the blog post at jackkruse.com:

1.  HOW DOES VITAMIN D FIT INTO OUR QUANTIZED EXISTENCE?

2.  HOW SHOULD YOU LOOK AT YOUR OWN LEVEL OF VITAMIN D

3. WHY MY BLOG’s FOCUS IS ON THE LAWS OF NATURE AND NOT EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE.

4. HOW DOES SCIENCE HISTORY MAKE YOU MORE EDUCATED ABOUT HEALTH?

5. HOW CAN EINSTEIN’s NOBEL PRIZE HELP YOUR HEALTH?

What I really like with Dr Kruse’s article is the clear view he has on the reasons for the vitamin D deficiency …

Dermatologists tell patients to avoid the sun in today’s world as a part of evidence based medicine.  Sadly, most humans heed that warning because  they do not understand the photoelectric effect on biology.  On its surface,  many modern humans think that make sense because they associate sunlight with skin cancer.  However, here is the rub for these beliefs:  Life could not exist or evolve without light.  Every scientist knows this, and you should too, so why does current evidence differ?  We have been examining the reason for this for the last 18 months on the blog.  The reasons are vast.   When you understand some of them, then you should immediately question,  why is the sun bad for us then today?  Your instinct would be correct to question this.

If you want to find out more about how Einstein’s research on Photons and Quantums can explain how UV-light gives you vitamin D and why it does not give you skin cancer, read the full blog post hereeinstein-vitamind-zite-ipad

For some reason, the original post did not show up on any vitamin D news feed. I found it, however, through a very good iPad app – “Zite“. Just search for that app on iTunes and type in the topic you want to follow, in this case, “vitamin D”.

2 thoughts on “Einstein About Tanning”

  1. Bonds Rahul

    The source of Einstein About Tanning will not less than a science teature. Good sharing,

  2. Great information about tanning! I prefer natural tanning i believe that those cancer alert are overesteemed by doctors. I lead healthy lifestyle, eat a lot of fruit and vegetables, I also like assembling things such as woodencity.com.au 3D wooden puzzles, that have sedative effects on me nerves. Hope to have a long and happy life.

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