Thanks for this to Tom D. in NYC:
Mercola posted an interesting article this morning called "Your Body Literally Glows With Light", referring to a Japanese study here:
"Imaging of Ultraweak Spontaneous Photon Emission from Human Body Displaying Diurnal Rhythm"
I call your attention to it for two reasons:
1) they talk about "an improved highly sensitive imaging system using cryogenic charge-coupled device (CCD) camera" … "operated at -120°C with slow scanning mode read-out…"
They give specific details under the heading "Materials and Methods". This is probably an entirely too expensive set-up to acquire, but thought I’d pass it along in case it inspires any ideas with respect to orgone room, orgone unit or vacor tube type photographs.
2) Interesting that they found the peak and low "glow" times to be 4pm and 10am respectively. In my North Charleston pressure graphs (that I assume are typical for other regions) the pressure peak and low was 10am and 4pm respectively.
"Your Body Literally Glows With Light":