Bright Light

Do you feel lighter these last few months? On a personal level? Or when you tune to the collective mind? Are these imaginations or is there something more to all this? Many questions and maybe the Inverse Compton Scattering is an answer. 7 billion light years away from Earth a grand Gamma Ray Burst took place. And it has been observed for the last two years.

There's Light and there's darkness. And these two are also forms of metaphors in a battle that is still going on on the planet Earth. As you may know; light and darkness are not necessarily good or bad. For example: light is often associated with 'good'. Which often is the case. But light is also a frequency, which can also be defined via scientific approach.  And it can be used for bad purposes, like a lethal laser beam. Or good purposes, like the light of a candle.
And darkness is something we need while we sleep.

The absence of light sends a critical signal to the body that it is time to rest. Light exposure at the wrong times alters the body's internal "sleep clock"—the biological mechanism that regulates sleep-wake cycles—in ways that interfere with both the quantity and quality of sleep. Melatonin, a hormone produced in the brain's pineal glad, is often known as the "sleep hormone" or the "darkness hormone." Melatonin influences sleep by sending a signal to the brain that it is time for rest. This signal helps initiate the body's physiological preparations for sleep—muscles begin to relax, feelings of drowsiness increase, body temperature drops. Melatonin levels naturally rise during the early evening as darkness falls and continue to climb throughout most of the night, before peaking at approximately 3 a.m.


As Above So Below ?

Light and darkness is also something we experience within our self. Feeling light is often associated with feeling happy and positive. We are made of light frequency. Perhaps the spark that is empowering the DNA sequences to evolve, grow and explore.

In space there are various sources of light. Our beloved sun being one of them. And all the other stars in the universe. And there are also other forms of light sources.

Astronomers Spot The Most Energetic Gamma-Ray Yet From A Cosmic Explosion

Over the last two years, gamma-ray observatories have spotted something incredible. Astronomers detected the brightest light ever recorded coming from the universe, reaching about 100 billion times the energy of a single photon of visible light.
This incredible light was produced by gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), a rare cosmic event that features a short and incredibly powerful explosion. In three new papers published in Nature (here, here, and here) researchers detail the observations of two of these events: GRB 180720B and GRB 190114C.
The 300+ scientists in the international collaboration detected photons emitted during the events and in the afterglow and they had energies higher than 100 gigaelectronvolts, with some being up to 10 times as energetic. This is certainly not a common unit of energy, but to give you an idea, a flying mosquito has roughly that amount of kinetic energy. Compress that into a single photon, and you get an idea of just how powerful that is.

Source: - 11.20.2019

Timing of Light

7 billion light years away from Earth a grand Gamma Ray Burst took place. And it has been observed for the last two years. Is that when we started to feel more light? Was this also a collective feeling of feeling more light? Do we feel more light as we are entering a new chapter of the world? Or was the Gamma Ray Burst the source, 7 billion light years away.
Or maybe the source within us? Activated by the bright light in the cosmos. What is the source of that light?