This 18-page research paper on the biological impacts of sunlight by Harry Braun provides a scientific overview regarding the intense sea of electromagnetic spectra that is found in the natural outdoor sunlight that reaches the surface of the Earth. The visible and invisible ultraviolet spectra has been documented in a wide-range of clinical studies a profoundly positive biochemical impact on human physical and mental health, while also being highly-lethal to Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and other “superbug” bacteria, some of which have become much more deadly as they have simultaneously acquired an immunity to all known antibiotics.
Given there is now a exponentially increasing epidemic of rapidly evolving superbugs, and given the U.S. Centers for Disease Control admit they have few weapons to fight such an epidemic, Braun’s paper documents that one of the most important solutions involves making “sick buildings” healthy by installing lamps that simulate sunlight in both the visible and ultraviolet wavelengths down to 290 nm.
Such lamps have been commercially available for many decades, and during that time, extensive medical research in many countries verified the high-energy ultraviolet spectra in sunlight is absolutely critical for production of vitamin D3 in the skin. D3, compared to the potentially toxic D2 that is in U.S. dairy products, is really a hormone that is used by every cell in the body to build bones and teeth, as well as fight a wide-range of cancer and other degenerative diseases. And because most window glass specifically filters out the ultraviolet spectra, in less than one generation, most individuals now spend virtually the entire solar day indoors with artificial lamps that are incapable of providing the remarkable biochemical and infection-control benefits of proper exposure to the electromagnetic spectra in sunlight — or lamps that simulate sunlight.