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Pigment Power: Topics on Melanin in Science & Health

Pigment Power: Topics on Melanin in Science & Health

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Publication Date: July 16th, 2020
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ISBN:
9781884897047
Pages:
228
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Description

The power of pigment is pervasive throughout the planet and the cosmos. Without pigment, life would cease to exist. In fact, it is the key element that defines life on a social, political, physical and biological level. Moore provides a comprehensive context for the reader to understand both the political issues associated with "blackness" and the physiological advantages of having melanin strategically located in and on the human body. In a provocative way of explaining scientific information, Dr. Moore presents controversial topics on life, bodily processes, origins of humanity, and keys to combating pandemics with a pigment powered defense system.

 

Introduction

 

Chapter 1 - The Social Implications of Blackness

 

Chapter 2 - The Role of Melanin in Health Promotion

 

Chapter 3 - Melanin and Nervous System Development

 

Chapter 4 - Sunconscious

 

Chapter 5 - Electromagnetic Energy and Mental Health

 

Chapter 6 - Rhythm Nation

 

Chapter 7 - Penis Power and Pigmentation

 

Chapter 8 - Melanin and Cellular Enhancement

 

Chapter 9 - Melanin Protection, Stress and Aging

 

Chapter 10 - Technology and the Blackest of Black

 

Chapter 11 - Astrobiology and Melanin

 

Chapter 12 - Pigment Powered Defense System

 

Conclusion

 

References

 

Index

 

 

About the Author:

T. Owens Moore, Ph.D., is a biomedical researcher, university professor, and an independent scholar with Zamani Press. He is a graduate of Lincoln University in PA, and he earned his doctorate in Physiological Psychology from Howard University. Dr. Moore is an internationally recognized lecturer, and he is a published author of several books and numerous scientific articles. Currently, he is a Full Professor in the Atlanta University Center, and he has served as the Chair of the Departments of Psychology at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina and Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia.