Biophotons low signalnoise ratio reveals crucial events

" We study the emission of photons from germinating seeds. We make the assumption that the germination process is a spontaneous transition to criticality and we show that the statistical analysis of the photon emission leads to a deviation from the ordinary processes of statistical physics compatible with that assumption. The method of statistical analysis adopted has been used in the past to analyze the human brain dynamics and the music of Mozart. It is surprising that the germinating seeds share the same complexity as the human brain and the music of Mozart." {Credits 1}

" ... this paper affords a strong evidence that the complexity of a germinating seeds is determined by crucial events and that biophotons transport information not involving any form of coherence." {Credits 1}

" We made the assumption that a germinating seed is an intelligent complex system and that its communication with the environment, including other seeds, rests on the emission of biophotons. To experimentally demonstrate its intelligence, we analyzed the statistics of the biophoton emission and we showed that its µ is very close to the condition of human cognition, i.e., µ = 2." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Benfatto, M., Pace, E., Curceanu, C., Scordo, A., Clozza, A., Davoli, I., ... & Tuladhar, R. (2019). Biophotons: low signal/noise ratio reveals crucial events. BioRxiv, 558353. (2019) Spectral fingerprints or spectral tilt? Evidence for distinct oscillatory signatures of memory formation. PLoS Biol 17(7): e3000403. © 2019 The Author(s). This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0.

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