The Piezoelectric Effect and the Pineal Gland in the Human Brain

Inside the Pineal Gland are Calcite microcrystals consisting of Calcium, Carbon and Oxygen that produce bioluminescence; a “cold” light that produces light without heat, ranging in the blue-green part of the visible light spectrum. In deep sea marine life that uses bioluminescence in the same way, we can look forward to more emphasis on developing the Pineal Gland for transparency within the cellular tissue of the human body. For example, there have been ongoing studies in labs with animals such as rats in which bioluminescent imaging is able to detect cancer or abnormal cell growth in comparison with thermal imaging that makes the study and conclusions more efficient and precise.