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Color Coronal Spectral Analysis. Color Observation with Visual Analyzer

Prof. Marin Marinov, DPhSc
Prof. Ignat Ignatov
2008, Sofia, Bulgaria

Scientific and Research Center of Medical Biophysics, Sofia, Bulgaria

The coronal effect in its essence is a selective high-frequency discharge. An auto-electron emission is also observed. The optic transitions depend on the energy of the detached photons. In the red color, this energy is 1.82 electron volts (еV). In the orange color – 2.05, in the yellow – 2.14, in the blue-green (cyan) – 2.43, in the blue – 2.64, and in the violet – 3.03 electron volts (Ignatov, 2007).

Wave length
Wave length

With coronal effect, which is a high-frequency electric discharge in gas, the color of light depends only on the gas. It does not depend on the electrodes. It is apparent that the color coronal image carries biological information from the object itself. The observed phenomenon cannot be described and explained from the point of view of the modern physical notions for the color of the light of the gas discharge. The fact that different colors are observed, clearly confirms the possibility for selective influence of the researched object. The methodic and the results are a novelty, because local energy states of the researched object are demonstrated depending on the colors in its electric image. This, as a fact, gives new opportunities to the biological and to the physical aspect of the object. New opportunities are opened for the characterization of the biological properties of objects after a certain influence. Dr. Ignatov’s methodic for Color coronal spectral analysis © can be defined. (Marinov, 2008).

It is possible for new notions to be uncovered in color vision. It is not clear whether the green color, which we see, is an averaged effect between the yellow and the blue color, or in some cases corresponds to a wavelength analogous to the green color of the spectrum.

Additive color mixing
Additive color mixing

Brain can register green color as a spectrometer, i.e., at a specific length of the electromagnetic waves. It can also register green color as a mixture between yellow and blue color. The perception of colors by the visual analyzer cannot be defined as a spectrometer.

As an example, the mixture of electromagnetic waves, which correspond to the green and the red color, is perceived as yellow. It is accepted that the blue-yellow and the green-red pairs (Hering) are in effect in the vision act. The vision analyzer has the property to analyze as colors certain diapasons of the optic spectrum. The mixing of the green and the red color does not make a median color. The brain perceives it as yellow. When electromagnetic waves corresponding to green and red are emitted, the brain perceives a “median decision” – yellow.

In the same way, blue and yellow are perceived as green. This means that information is being transferred between the blue-yellow and the green-red color of Hering. This is, in effect, when the visual analyzer “takes a decision” for colors to which it has greater sensitivity. Analogously, the green and the blue color are perceived as cyan. We observe one orange with orange color. The electromagnetic waves, which are reflected from the orange corresponding of yellow and red colors. Vision sensitivity to the violet, the blue and the red color is the lowest. The mixing of electromagnetic waves corresponding to blue and red is perceived as violet. Yet when electromagnetic waves that correspond to more colors are mixed, the brain does not perceive them as separate or “median decision”, but as white. The notion for color is not determined simply by the wavelength. The analysis is executed by the brain “biocomputer” and the notion of color in its essence is a product of our consciousness (Marinov, Ignatov, 2008).

Sunset, Vitosha, Photo: Alexander Ignatov / Dress with additive mixing of colors

The explanation of color observation of mixing is with electromagnetic conception of eyesight (Marinov, Ignatov, 2008). The violet color of snow on the picture of Alexander Ignatov is with additive mixing of blue color of sky and red of sunset. For the dress, which original is with blue and black color from the figure there is observation of additive mixing of colors. The people, who see the dress with blue and black color from the figure (b) they have bigger ability to observe the blue color as mix of cyan and violet. These people, who see the blue as monochromatic color (a) and more difficult are mixing the colors can see the dress with "non-real" white and golden color (Ignatov, 2015).

The report and research of Prof. Marin Marinov © and Prof. Ignat Ignatov © are copyrighted. The report has been presented at the International Medical Congress EUROMEDICA, European Academy of Natural Sciences, Hanover, 2008.