One of the last unknown boundaries in today’s perfectly explored world is death. British biologists went after her … Death is pale blue
British biologists watched what dying looks like. They watched the experimental worm. At the moment of death, individual cells will die. It triggers a chemical chain reaction that leads to breakdown of cell relationships and even faster extinction of the organism.
A study published in the journal PLoS Biology explains that blue radiation is caused by necrosis that destroys calcium in the body. The study was led by Professor David Gems of University College London. To the British press he described his discovery as follows: “We have identified the paths that spread death. It is a way for cells to inform each other that the body is no longer alive. It’s like a blue Death: Blue light goes down in the footsteps of death until all the traces of life disappear … ”