Based on my own research and learning about the healing observed in millions of patients, I have concluded that linearly polarised light (LPL) is capable of exerting an impact on living organisms, be they plants, animals or humans, the like of which ordinary light is incapable of exerting. While observing this extraordinary impact, I formulated the hypothesis that this significant role of polarised light may be traced back to the creation of terrestrial life itself. The essential idea is as follows: at the very beginning, billions of years ago when there was no trace of life on Earth and most of its surface was covered by seas, habitable land surfaces were present only in the forms of tiny islands.
The light beam reflected from the water surface was reflected onto the edge of these small islands. Naturally, light obeyed the laws of physics even at this time, and hence the light thusly reflected was LPL, in other words linearly polarised light. The electromagnetic field of the reflected light arranged the molecules found in the location affected by the light in such a relation to one another that they took on the form of a spiral, thereby creating the progenitor of the double helix, the transmitter of genetic information. On the same basis it may be assumed that the reflected light not only created these molecular links on land, but also in the sea. I assume that the reflected sunbeams falling on those simple inorganic molecules in the form of LPL contributed to the evolution of life on Earth. Pursuant to the theory advanced above, we can owe the creation of life partly to polarised light. This can be considered as the missing first step to the explanation of the origin of life on the planet called Earth.
That is the starting point from where Darwinian evolutionary history takes its course.