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The hyperpolarization of BIOPTRON medical light is a new revolutionary feature that allowed us to modify BIOPTRON light technology with the help of the extraordinary molecule: fullerene C60

What started as an astrochemistry project with focus on analyzing the makeup of space and celestial bodies in the universe, ended up sparking a major breakthrough in carbon chemistry with the discovery of a third and unprecedented new allotropic form of elemental carbon in nature – the fascinating fullerene C60 (the other two forms are graphite and diamond). This serendipitous discovery of fullerene, awarded in 1996 by the Nobel Prize in chemistry, triggered a new field of research focusing on carbon nano-structures introducing the world to new symmetric nanomaterials, thus opening an entirely new chapter of nanotechnology and nanomedicine. There are several sizes of what has come to be known as buckyballs (fullerene molecules) that differ in the number of carbon atoms, but the one most commonly studied structure has 60 atoms, hence the name C60.

Quantum medicine

The extraordinary properties of molecule C60 are derived from its unique and rather spectacular structure: C60 is arranged in a pattern of 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons that can curl up and ultimately close to form a hollow cage (polyhedral shape). Fullerene is the only molecule of a single element to form a spherical cage. It is also the most massive and complex object in which wave-particle duality behavior has been observed. C60 exhibits the same wave-particle quantum duality as photons of light (it can behave like an electromagnetic wave or like a particle). It is exceptionally stable and resistant to radioactivity and chemical corrosion. It greedily accepts electrons, but is not reluctant to release them. The study of these extraordinary properties of fullerene led scientists and engineers to think of the multiple applications that the molecule could have (e.g. new cancer treatments, lightweight batteries, powerful rocket fuels, just to state a few examples).

Inspired by the phenomenal optical features of fullerene molecules and understanding the biology of life, we at Zepter have created and patented a fullerene nanophotonic filter capable of producing hyperpolarized BIOPTRON light, a REVOLUTIONARY Light Technology.

Our nanophotonic filter acts as a nanophotonic generator of hyperpolarized light, transforming vertical linearly polarized light into a new form of light defined by icosahedral symmetry, but our body (75 % of biological structures in the human body) also possess this very same type of symmetry: biomolecules and biostructures, water chains and clusters, clathrin, microtubules, collagen, centrioles, targets, flagella etc.). Therefore, the influence of light on matter is at its most efficient when structured light interacts with structured matter that shares the same properties of symmetry: HPL transfers the ideal harmony of C60 and its energetic state, inducing harmonization and equilibrium in energetically disturbed biological structures, accelerating natural healing and regenerative processes.

The often quoted saying that “nature loves symmetry” reaffirms this idea: if two entities possess similar symmetries, the more harmonized entity (such as HPL) will prevail and will impose its symmetry on the other entity, so restoring the disturbed symmetry properties in biological structures and biomolecules (at the same time, biomolecules absorb energy that results from the electrical and magnetic characteristics of fullerene photons. In effect, under the influence of BIOPTRON hyperpolarized light, the cell is stimulated to heal itself, regaining its natural equilibrium and energetic properties).