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COSMIC MELANIN; DARK ETHER; DARK MATTER; PART 7 - SCIENCE & BIOLOGY OF MELANIN

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TODAY WE CONCLUDE OUR SERIES ON COSMIC MELANIN WITH A QUICK REVIEW AND WE WILL LOOK AT THE SCIENCE AND BIOLOGY OF MELANIN

COSMIC MELANIN.

From the higher invisible realm of light, the vibratory wave form rate of the spirit slows as it undergoes condensing solidification into mass or matter, as exemplified in the molecular de-intensification of gas to vapor to liquid to solids.

Melanocytes manufacture melanin. Manufacturing begins when melanocytes, following instructions in the DNA. We are Spiritual vibrations condensing into matter around a projected instructions from the letters of your DNA.

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As the sun beats down on our skin, cells are hard at work protecting it from the heat and from harmful ultraviolet rays. Inside the keratinocytes, melanosomes respond to this assault in a curious way: They cover the nucleus like a beach umbrella, protecting the DNA. Ultraviolet rays can damage DNA and other cell parts, but melanin absorbs the rays.

Melanocytes manufacture melanin. Manufacturing begins when melanocytes, following instructions in DNA, construct melanin-making enzymes -- you can think of these as production-line workers -- and the amino acid tyrosine. Production happens inside sacs called melanosomes. Melanosomes take in the enzymes and tyrosine. Inside melanosomes, the enzymes, acting as catalysts within the cells, begin a long series of chemical reactions in order to convert tyrosine into the two types of melanin humans have. These are eumelanin, which is brown or black, and pheomelanin, which is red or yellow. Once melanosomes are packed with melanin, melanocytes ship them away -- to keratinocytes, barrier cells in the topmost layer of the skin and the iris in the eye -- and into our hair.

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