1. When diffuse light (emitted by a halogen bulb), collides/ interacts with the Brewster's optical unit, it reflects and becomes a Vertically Linearly Polarized Light (VLPL).
2. When such VLPL passes through the Tesla Hyperlight Optics®, it interacts with C60 (integrated in the optics), which twists at a near-inconceivable 18 billion times per second. C60 reflects from each other without friction (paramagnetic and diamagnetic properties). As a result of VLPL interactions with twisting C60, VLPL photons change their orientation: a. the 20 hexagons in C60 obtain the Faraday’s effect (the plane of photon polarization rotate in hexagons), and b. the 12 pentagons in C60 obtain the Fibonacci-sequential effect (the plane of photon polarization rotates and twists in all directions in pentagons). Thus, the photons’ electrical plane of polarization changes position step-by-step, from Vertically Linearly Polarized Light (VLPL) into Hyperpolarized Light that has circular left and right polarization and Linearly Vertical and Horizontal polarization (“sunflower photons pattern”). This unprecedented, perfectly-ordered Hyperpolarized Light, called Quantum Hyperlight, with its unique photon pattern, arranged by the Fibonacci Law, is the ideal energy-structure/symmetry that is fully compatible with our biostructures.