Standing wave resonance reveals the electrophotonic function of the qi meridian system,
with photon storage in DNA granules flowing through a nodal network of transparent ducts.
Pelagic alchemists sustain atomic conversions of copper into iron --into titanium and vanadium;
while glass-blooded Antarctic icefish convert iron into manganese at the freezing point of water.
Solar chlorophyll transmutes magnesium into sulfur and phosphorus, generating the glow of leaves
within porphyrin ring structures also employed by hemoglobin to induce the subtle glow of blood.
Atomic reactions of metals in human blood are replicated by resonant transmutation processes,
applying phonon resonance principles for conversion of copper into silver, gold and platinum:
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