Biophysics Versus Biochemistry
What's the difference between biochemistry and biophysics?
Biochemistry studies the chemical reactions in living organisms which can be proven experimentally.
Biophysics studies the interaction between living
or organic matter and the mutual effects of energy and the potential between them.
Quality versus Quantity
As biochemistry deals with the physical nature of the body and looks at its material aspects, when we feel
imbalanced we take pills to supplement our deficit of vitamins, minerals, proteins, etc. From a biochemical
viewpoint, this makes sense. But the biophysicist asks: "Is the body capable of absorbing inorganic vitamins and minerals, say calcium, from a pill? They state that we could
swallow 50 lbs. of calcium pills and yet the body would still have less calcium than if we had eaten a carrot. Biophysics is a field of science that studies the energy behind all things material.
Energy and Information
Einstein's famous formula states that Energy=Matter. Every form of matter is subject to a higher form of energy. The human body has enough energy
to light a 100W bulb. Where does this energy come from? Biophysics simply says: Life=Energy. And that from a physical standpoint, Energy=Information. All matter contains energy in the form of
information. Life exists as a constant exchange of energy. Information is the foundation of order. Every form of energy has an associated vibration,
one that can be measured as an electromagnetic frequency. Every vibration consists of its inherent individual information content. In the cosmic order, there are no
accidents. Every form of energy strives to manifest itself according to a structured energetic plan. You can already see in the word itself, INFORMATION: Form comes
from the Latin Forma, which means body and in, also from Latin means into - Hence, information means to come into shape or come into body. Therefore, every material
form, every mineral, every plant, every animal and every human being is made of the components, in a physical aspect, of energy, vibration and the life force, which gives the impulse its higher order.