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rick_s

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Apr 8, 2011, 7:47:22 AM4/8/11
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I want to share my discovery with you.

I was able using molecular biology and molecular physics to determine,
the root cause of aging.

And how it can be somewhat postponed.

Now studies using mice showed that heat shock, was able to get the H2,
(Deuterium) out of mice cells, and those mice that survived the heat
shock, lived twice as long as the control group.

Now when I discovered this study, it confirmed my own research which
told me that Deuterium, since it can fit into a hydrogen slot in a
molecule, is the root cause of aging, since it changes the strength of
the molecyular bond. Makes the cell walls less permeable. Hence your
skin dries out and you get wrinkles.

It also allows for more free radicals, and ends up with your DNA being
damaged over time as the Deuterium collects in fats and in various
places in your body including cell walls.

So I found a small melanoma on my left upper arm one day, which I assume
was caused by a sunburn, so I wetted a zinc vitamin C and echanachea
tablet and applied it to it daily or every other day and accordingly as
expected, it fell off and never returned.

I did numerous other tests, including just taking those tablets to see
the effect and yes, that combined with Selenium was definitely making me
younger. I am at present 55.

So then I noticed a very small melanoma on my right cheek, not a serious
problem, just a small one again from some sunburn over the course of my
life.

So again, I applied the wet zinc vitamin C and echanachea tablets and
agin, it disappeared, but since I just applied the tablet to the right
side of my face, as a test, I now have only one, of those joker style
wrinkles that surround your mouth, instead of two, since the one on the
right side went away.

I had of course had that major wrinkle as most men do, since I was about
40 years of age.

To see the wrinkle I am referring to see this man's face.

He is also into a form of wrinkle cure botox probably because he is an
actor.
Billy Bob Thorton.
You can see his 'The Joker' wrinkles I am talking about clearly here...

http://images.askmen.com/galleries/men/billy-bob-thorton/pictures/billy-bob-thorton-picture-1.jpg

You see those lines below his cheeks there. Now he is 56, and spends a
lot on his Hollywood style rejuvenation, and still those lines persist
because injecting botox, is not the same as rejuvenating your own cells,
and allowing them to turn back on and function properly.

There is no aging gene, no aging switch, just deterioration, primarily
cause by your body absorbing Deuterium, and those atoms replacing
hydrogen atoms in your molecules.

Try it for two weeks.

Wet a zinc vitamin C and echanachaea tablet, and rub it on your skin.
Just do one side of your face to see the results.

It is rejuvenation.

rick_s

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Apr 8, 2011, 7:56:41 AM4/8/11
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How it works is because zinc is a heavy atom, which dampens the
vibrations of surrounding molecules. When a Deuterium atom replaces a
Hydrogen atom in a slot, that area has a stronger pattern of vibrational
energy, so to free that Deuterium atom, if you dampen down that area, it
will be freed.

Now if you take those orally, within 2 weeks you will probably notice
your body giving off gas out of your mouth and even your ears, since
Hydrogen is a gas and you will free some of your Deuterium collection.

The Selenium works the opposite to increase vibration of a molecular
area but both of them are just catalysts.

Hence the need for the Vitamin C and echanachea. To assist cell repair.
Its a miracle really.

All aging literature speaks of zinc and selenium as being anti aging,
but this particular combination has dramatic rejuvenating effects.

Like anything else, you need to listen to your body to determuine how
much zinc and how much selenium you need.
The health guides are just a guide. You can add a lot of years to your
life, and turn back the clock even, with regards to the aging process
with just this simple technique.

And those tablets are inexpensive.

Sam Wormley

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Apr 8, 2011, 4:22:45 PM4/8/11
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On 4/8/11 6:47 AM, rick_s wrote:
> Wet a zinc vitamin C and echanachaea tablet, and rub it on your skin.
> Just do one side of your face to see the results.

You are just fooling yourself. ZnO and similar can remedy a number
of skin problems. Nothing to do with reversing aging.

Say aren't you the guy that used to say you were older than dirt?


john

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Apr 9, 2011, 12:28:36 AM4/9/11
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> >http://images.askmen.com/galleries/men/billy-bob-thorton/pictures/bil...
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Look up China Study.
A whole-food plant-based diet reverses
diabetes, heart disease, arthritis and just about
every other chronic complaint.

In my case, I'm 61, and my spine is still
getting straighter, my joint issues are gone
(except when another two vertebrae pop back
into place and my lower back regains yet
more of its arch), and I can hula hoop and
d0 20 full-hang chin-ups.

Eschew animal foods.
(Don't chew them.)

john

rick_s

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Apr 9, 2011, 10:38:45 AM4/9/11
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> Look up China Study.
> A whole-food plant-based diet reverses
> diabetes, heart disease, arthritis and just about
> every other chronic complaint.
>
> In my case, I'm 61, and my spine is still
> getting straighter, my joint issues are gone
> (except when another two vertebrae pop back
> into place and my lower back regains yet
> more of its arch), and I can hula hoop and
> d0 20 full-hang chin-ups.
>
> Eschew animal foods.
> (Don't chew them.)
>
> john

Well if it works for you that is good. I did look at an objective review
though and basically it said he was just another quack.

Here is enough proof for me to agree with that assumption, that he is
pushing an agenda based on his own belief system and massaging the data
to accomplish that. Sad to say... He may be right, him and Jack Lalanne.

Sadly Jack just passed away a couple months ago, at the age of 97.

Myself, I expect to live twice that long even as a smoker.

Take a look at what he lived on as well. Raw vegetables and egg whites
and soy milk. Thats not a life, thats something else.

Anyway here is the critique regarding the China Study, and well I am a
scientist, what am I supposed to think, when someone does not properly
interpret the data, and makes claims based on false interpretations of
the data? Agenda, of some sort. Monetary perhaps or just trying to quote
unquote save the animals. Cows milk though? Oh thats bad stuff. It is
now. Maybe it wasn't 50 years ago, but it is now.

Campbell Claim #1

Plasma cholesterol in the 90-170 milligrams per deciliter range is
positively associated with most cancer mortality rates. Plasma
cholesterol is positively associated with animal protein intake and
inversely associated with plant protein intake.

No falsification here. Indeed, cholesterol in the China Project has
statistically significant associations with several cancers (though not
with heart disease). And indeed, plasma cholesterol correlates
positively with animal protein consumption and negatively with plant
protein consumption.

But there’s more to the story than that.

Notice Campbell cites a chain of three variables: Cancer associates with
cholesterol, cholesterol associates with animal protein, and therefore
we infer that animal protein associates with cancer. Or from another
angle: Cancer associates with cholesterol, cholesterol negatively
associates with plant protein, and therefore we infer plant protein
protects against cancer.

But when we actually track down the direct correlation between animal
protein and cancer, there is no statistically significant positive
trend. None. Looking directly at animal protein intake, we have the
following correlations with cancers:

Lymphoma: -18
Penis cancer: -16
Rectal cancer: -12
Bladder cancer: -9
Colorectal cancer: -8
Leukemia: -5
Nasopharyngeal: -4
Cervix cancer: -4
Colon cancer: -3
Liver cancer: -3
Oesophageal cancer: +2
Brain cancer: +5
Breast cancer: +12

Most are negative, but none even reach statistical significance. In
other words, the only way Campbell could indict animal protein is by
throwing a third variable—cholesterol—into the mix. If animal protein
were the real cause of these diseases, Campbell should be able to cite a
direct correlation between cancer and animal protein consumption, which
would show that people eating more animal protein did in fact get more
cancer.

But what about plant protein? Since plant protein correlates negatively
with plasma cholesterol, does that mean plant protein correlates with
lower cancer risk? Let’s take a look at the cancer correlations with
“plant protein intake”:

Nasopharyngeal cancer: -40**
Brain cancer: -15
Liver cancer: -14
Penis cancer: -4
Lymphoma: -4
Bladder cancer: -3
Breast cancer: +1
Stomach cancer: +10
Rectal cancer: +12
Cervix cancer: +12
Colon cancer: +13
Leukemia: +15
Oesophageal cancer +18
Colorectal cancer: +19

We have one statistically significant correlation with a rare cancer not
linked to diet (nasopharyngeal cancer), but we also have more positive
correlations than we saw with animal protein.

In fact, when we look solely at the variable “death from all cancers,”
the association with plant protein is +12. With animal protein, it’s
only +3. So why is Campbell linking animal protein to cancer, yet
implying plant protein is protective against it?

rick_s

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Apr 9, 2011, 11:43:02 AM4/9/11
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Older than dirt itself? lol

No, but thats a good one.

Well the zinc lozenges I am referring to are marketed as a remedy for a
sore throat, since to market them as a life extender or any sort of
rejuvenation drug would be impossible to get through the various
pharmaceutical hurdles.

Now the thing is, that at present, people know that it works, they just
don't know why it works.

They have not yet determined that zinc is a catalyst.

Micro-biologists wouldn't know that, but a molecular physicist would.

Although I can't find the reference now, the company that discovered
Zinc vitamin C and echinachea lozenges, happened on it by accident and
then used it in trials, and found it was remarkable. At that point they
didn't know why it worked, but found no reason to keep people from
enjoying its benefits.

I am not just using it on my skin, I take them orally on a semi regular
basis. I can look in the mirror and see that I am at least 10 years
younger since I began taking them and I take them only occasionally when
I feel like it.

One test you can do, is a simple test.

Take your camcorder and go outside and place it on a high zoom, and try
to hold your camera still.

Now, take zinc lozenges for 2 days say two a day, then repeat the test.

You will be steady as a rock.

When you play back the video, you will not believe the difference.

That is because it is calming down your metabolism, and calming down
erratic vibrational patterns of your molecules.

Try it. There is nothing like it.

rick_s

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Apr 9, 2011, 12:18:40 PM4/9/11
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Let me try to explain this again.

For 20 years I have studied and searched for the root cause of aging.

So the culmination of my research arrived at the conclusion that heavy
water, was responsible. Deuterium. It occupies a slot that should be
occupied by Hydrogen, in a molecule.

Lets call that a bug in the life cycle.

It should not be there. It is as if, DNA was developed somewhere where
this was not an issue.

Lets suppose however it arrived here on earth, it has had to deal with
this issue.

When you design a system, and lets look at DNA for one second, and
recognize what it is. It's digital code.

Digitally encoded information. Encoded information. Almost everything in
the universe is not digital. It is analog.

In fact, where are the other digital anythings in nature? Where is
information encoded anywhere else in nature?

No where that I know of.

Where is there any natural digital system as complex as DNA? So DNA is
designed. By who or what or by nature who knows, by trial and error
perhaps, but you have RNA, which is a couple handfuls of information,
then you have DNA which encodes billions of bits of information.

Nothing between these two.

In fact, you would have no RNA if you did not have DNA regardless of
what people have tried to tell others regarding that fact.

Transcription is the process of creating a complementary RNA copy of a
sequence of DNA. RNA cannot make itself.

RNA essentially comes from DNA.

So then if you examine how incredible the system is, within a cell, with
its repair mechanisms, and its error code checking, and the proteins,
and all of that its an incredible system.

Since DNA is digital, and not analog, well it is preserved sufficiently
over time. Even though it gets errors in it by mutation and these sorts
of things.

If there is anything that is eternal, it is digitally encoded
information, because the information is protected by the encoding
process, and the digital information is precise.

Analog on the other hand is smeared out and statistical and wave like
and not precise. You get interference etc. Information is easily lost.

Not so with a digital recording. With analog, if the material the
information is on degrades, such as your old vinyl albums for instance
the signal is weakened, the sound quality is reduced.

A digital recording since it is encoded, is preserved regardless of what
happens to the material carried by the information.

As the material wears out, the signal is unaffected. Eventually some of
the information will be lost, but at that point it is obvious.

Your DVD will not play in the drive because of a scratch or smudge.

So you see corrupted data is not entering the system as easily as analog.

Lets call the system, the downloaders of doom. So the downloaders of
doom, upload and download their music files, and the quality of
recording is preserved.

Not so if they were to send an analog signal to each other over the net.
Or a telephone or the airwaves.

So then you see these molecules in DNA are part of a system we call
life, and what t hat is, is a chain reaction.

A most incredible chain reaction. From start to finish, it is one big
chain reaction.

Branching off into subsystems that are miraculous of course, and end up
with humans who can fly jet airplanes.

All because of a chain reaction. Self replicating DNA. Its starts there
and then branches off and creates proteins and cells and all the rest.

Now the system uses a lot of water. The human body being mostly water.
So hence it has a lot of hydrogen.

And when it is working correctly, you can tell. You can look at a
molecule and see it functioning correctly and what it is made of.

Hence we know when a molecule includes hydrogen and how that molecule
fits into the system. We also know when a the slot in that molecule
should not contain a Deuterium atom, in place of a Hydrogen atom,
because that changes the functionality of that molecule.

For instance the difference in viscosity, can prevent water from passing
through a cell wall. If water cannot pass through a cell wall, then it
cannot remove toxins from that cell.
It then stores those toxins. And it stores them also in fat. And often
collected where fat collects, like around the liver etc.

And so then it does not want to leave the body, since it is trapped in
fat. And toxins are trapped along with it.

Now if you get the Deuterium out of your system, the water can wash away
the toxins and of course you won't be dehydrated which is what happens
when you have too much Deuterium in the body.

Mice given large doses of Deuterium, heavy water, die of thirst, bloated
with water.

rick_s

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Apr 9, 2011, 12:42:45 PM4/9/11
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abstract...

Deuterium has one proton and one neutron in its atomic nucleus, but
hydrogen has only proton. The natural abundance of deuterium is 1 per
?6600 hydrogen atoms. Therefore deuterated water (both HOD + D2O [heavy
water]) abundance is 1 per ?3300 water molecules. One dissociation
product of deuterated and heavy water is deuteron (proton + neutron, D+,
H2OD+/D3O+). Because heavy water has a lower ionization constant than
water, the D+/H+ ratio is ?1/15,000 in biological fluids. O-D bond
length is shorter than O-H, and D-O-D angle is lesser than H-O-H. Once a
deuteron exchanges with proton on the water-exposed surface of a
macromolecule, it can lead to a conformational change and the reverse
exchange will be less likely. Deuteron bonds are stronger than proton
bonds. Therefore an increase of deuteronated macromolecules can be
expected in due course of time.


Ok, so everyone knows this. However, thats not a popular point of view
because one of the main tools available to physicians, as important as
the hand axe was to hominids in Africa is heavy water.

They give it to patients every day. Being told they can no longer do
that is like telling a mechanic sorry, you can no longer use your socket
set.

rick_s

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Apr 9, 2011, 1:08:17 PM4/9/11
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>
> Ok, so everyone knows this. However, thats not a popular point of view
> because one of the main tools available to physicians, as important as
> the hand axe was to hominids in Africa is heavy water.
>
> They give it to patients every day. Being told they can no longer do
> that is like telling a mechanic sorry, you can no longer use your socket
> set.

So then why is it so important to physicians? Well for one thing they
get paid when people get sick.
And secondly, they use heavy water to diagnose metabolic rates.

So then you start to see studies making the claim that heavy water can
extend life!

http://www.naturalnews.com/News_000566_heavy_water_hydration_anti-aging.html

You know when you get to be my age as a scientist you have long ago
understood how the game is played.

So then on a molecular level what is really going on?

Well since Deuterium has more mass, it creates a stronger covalent bond.

It also creates a small gravity well. And so now then you see this
molecule will not be easily altered. And worse it will prevent oxygen
atoms from getting into their proper slots, which means you have more
free radicals, and those free radicals slice through the DNA like a hot
knife through butter.

At random. And its not a knife exactly, what it does is change the
charge, it breaks a covalent bond, by altering the conditions that are
keeping that bond together.

Most of the bods are hydrogen bonds. Since you are dealing mostly with
water. Which is H2O.

So Deuterium is upsetting the water system in your body. Hydrogen atoms
forming a molecule but most of the hydrogen and oxygen are in water in
your body. So you have got a lot of oxygen in your body in the water in
your body.

"A hydrogen bond is a weak secondary bond, formed by hydrogen protons
covalently bonded to highly electronegative atoms like oxygen and
nitrogen, which can be easily broken and reformed. This allows the fluid
nature characteristic of the living state. All the important bioactive
materials within cells, such as the DNA, RNA and proteins are all
dependent on hydrogen bonding to define their structures and bioactive
properties. For example, the backbone of a single strand of DNA is held
together by strong covalent bonds. While the DNA double helix is held
together by the weaker hydrogen bonds. The dynamic separation of these
weaker hydrogen bonds along the DNA double helix, allows the genes to be
transcribed into RNA templates."

So you see the weak bonds in the body, allow it be fluid and flexible
and to repair itself, and rejuvenate.

Make those bonds stronger, and you will prevent the normal rejuvenation
of cell repair.

Sam Wormley

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Apr 9, 2011, 9:17:05 PM4/9/11
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Spectral line a different and
chemical bond length are different. If you replaces all your bodily
hydrogen with deuterium, you would quickly die and some essential
chemistry would cease to function.

A Fabry-Pérot interferometer is used to separate the spectral lines
of hydrogen from those of deuterium.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabry–Pérot_interferometer

J. Clarke

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Have you published your results in a peer-reviewed journal? If not why
not?


rick_s

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Apr 9, 2011, 2:01:34 PM4/9/11
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> A Fabry-Pérot interferometer is used to separate the spectral lines
> of hydrogen from those of deuterium.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabry–Pérot_interferometer
>


Lets suppose, someone was not interested in the new particle/force
recently discussed because they are not in that circle, but still need
to write papers, and want to do some studies and get an experiment on
the space station, and or get rich or get the Nobel prize working on an
issue important to an aging population...


Lets assume we know the Standard model, but lets no use it here.

Lets just look at the atoms and look at the 'gravity' of the situation.

Lets also speculate wildly (something we will keep to ourselves when we
write the papers) that perhaps, DNA came from an environment with lass
gravity than that on earth.

However, when we create our experiment for the space station, that might
be our excuse to do some experiments in an off earth, zero G environment.

So then lets just be very very basic here, and look at the atom from a
different angle, to see what the mass is, that is causing it to create
that little gravity well. The gravity well it wouldn't have if the bond
was a normal bond and the molecule did not have a Deuterium atom in a
Hydrogen slot.

So we will do a gedanken...

We have an aquarium full of water and magically suspended in the center
we have a perfectly elastic rubber ball.

In side this rubber ball we have placed a magic pulsating whatsit, that
pulses in and out with the strength associated with the expansion force
of the universe. If you were to try to stop that whatsit from pulsing in
and out, it would supernova. We will say.

So now it is in contact with the rubber ball, so it is causing the
rubber to pulse in and out. That is giving it mass. The tendency to stay
put in the water because as it pulses it is creating spherical waves in
the aquarium, and pushing against those waves as it pulses in and out.

Now if we bring another one of these in close proximity, the waves
between them will cancel out and they are attracted to each other.
Lets call that a Hydrogen bond.
Bring in a different colored one, one that is pulsing in and out like
mad, since it is a heavier element, and the heavier the element, the
farther it pulses in and out, in our gedanken.

So now the combined waves around these three pulsing rubber balls, have
canceled out where necessary, creating a low pressure area in their
vicinity, and the three balls are a molecule.

So now then lets look at a molecule in a cell wall and replace one of
those balls with a Deuterium ball.

Well it is pulsing in and out stronger, and so this is making that bond
stronger between those other atoms.

If you send waves at that molecule by bringing a different atom close
by, or even a molecule close by, it is not dismayed by this.

Ordinarily, since the difference is so well tuned, that bond should have
been broken. The same goes for a molecule in a cell wall.

If you wanted to recycle that molecule, or that cell, you need to pass a
protein by it, which flips the charge, boing, the molecule flies apart,
and at light speed you are recycling.

In this case proteins are flying by and it is not dismayed by this.

In fact, it has found a safe haven in a fatty acid.

And it will live in that fatty acid for a very long time, secure in
there, and make that fatty acid, stronger, by making its gravity well
deeper.

So how do we get the Deuterium atoms out of that situation?

Well we fire a wave at it, and it bounces off. So we fire a zinc atom at
it, and it breaks the bond. As it passes its heavier weight, drags the
molecule down, now the pulsing is more difficult to accomplish, now it
is not regular, and now there is a bit of odd feedback boing, the
Deuterium atom is freed from the bond.

Fire a Selenium atom at it, the selenium is vibrating quickly at a
different rate, it causes interference boing, the molecule flies apart.

It doesn't affect the normal molecule, only the abnormal one, since it
is only abnormal just.

It is barely abnormal. It just has a little too much mass. It has a
neutron. And it is stable because there is a small window of mass
strength there at that level, which is stable otherwise it would be an
unstable element.
So we want to affects its mass, affects its gravity well, and get it to
break free from that molecule.

Now why it is there to begin with, is a mystery, because it has no extra
electron.

Its just heavy. Heavy, hydrogen.

So then why, are some types of hydrogen heavy? Why are they bouncing in
and out at that smaller more frequent pulse length?
There is a mystery slot there in the table of elements where hydrogen
can be pulsing in and out stably in one length of pulse, and pulsing
stably at another smaller stronger pulse rate.

Not enough for it to have a second electron. But enough to give it a
little more mass.

Would that still be the case if the force of gravity were different?
Keeping in mind, we are in the gravity well of the sun.

Would the Deuterium be less likely to fit into a Hydrogen slot in a body
that was lets say in the space station?

That work would have long ago already been done since their metabolic
rate is constantly being tested using heavy water.
But what sort of tests could you do on living systems, to see the
difference between living things with and without heavy water in a zero
G environment.

Its a field of study that would in theory, help people to live longer
but moreso, improve the quality of life in old age.

Helping the immune system is one way of putting it but what you are
really doing is helping cell repair, cell rejuvenation.

And protecting DNA from long term damage which is cumulative.

Deuterium makes the DNA more vulnerable to attack by free radicals.


rick_s

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Apr 9, 2011, 2:23:55 PM4/9/11
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Now if someone just wants funding for research, then don't be on the
good guys team.

The bad guys as you know, have far more money, and want to protect their
shelves full of remedies, so you would want t o do research that claims
that resisting those proteins are making your cells stronger!

Because those proteins want to break that cell down! Imagine that!
Forget the fact that that is what is needed when a protein recycles your
dead cells.

If that is too obvious then try the angle whereby you can make cells
stronger against attack by free radicals!

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20827844.000-heavy-hydrogen-keeps-yeast-looking-good.html

It is not the cells that we need to protect from free radicals, it is
the DNA we need to protect from free radicals.

He would feed copious amounts of heavy water to his own grandmother.

rick_s

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Apr 9, 2011, 2:28:51 PM4/9/11
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> Have you published your results in a peer-reviewed journal? If not why
> not?
>
>

Well I am too old a feeble to be famous at this point in my life. Let
the young people get the free lunches and the prizes and the glory.

I have so many trophies already I just don't have any room left for
another one. All I need is more paparazzi following my every move.

No it is enough for me to sit on the Nobel committee as one of the
judges, I have no time to give speeches.

Sam Wormley

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Apr 9, 2011, 11:19:03 PM4/9/11
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Sorry to hear it.

J. Clarke

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Apr 9, 2011, 11:31:01 PM4/9/11
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In article <uB8op.24872$yp3....@newsfe09.iad>, he...@my.com says...

>
> > Have you published your results in a peer-reviewed journal? If not why
> > not?
> >
> >
>
> Well I am too old a feeble to be famous at this point in my life. Let
> the young people get the free lunches and the prizes and the glory.

I've never heard of anybody getting free lunches for publishing a
journal article. It's necessary to survival in the academic community.



> I have so many trophies already I just don't have any room left for
> another one. All I need is more paparazzi following my every move.

Yeah, right, paparazzi are going to follow you because you wrote an
article that was published in a journal that none of them have even
heard of.



> No it is enough for me to sit on the Nobel committee as one of the
> judges, I have no time to give speeches.

OK, now I know you're a loon.

<plonk>

GO-HERE .NL

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Apr 10, 2011, 3:14:33 PM4/10/11
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> http://images.askmen.com/galleries/men/billy-bob-thorton/pictures/bil...

>
> You see those lines below his cheeks there. Now he is 56, and spends a
> lot on his Hollywood style rejuvenation, and still those lines persist
> because injecting botox, is not the same as rejuvenating your own cells,
> and allowing them to turn back on and function properly.
>
> There is no aging gene, no aging switch, just deterioration, primarily
> cause by your body absorbing Deuterium, and those atoms replacing
> hydrogen atoms in your molecules.
>
> Try it for two weeks.
>
> Wet a zinc vitamin C and echanachaea tablet, and rub it on your skin.
> Just do one side of your face to see the results.
>
> It is rejuvenation.

Wonderful stuff rick.

Thanks for sharing and keep up the good work !

:-)

____
http://blog.go-here.nl/health

GO-HERE .NL

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Apr 12, 2011, 7:19:32 AM4/12/11
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Deuterium detox & energized water
http://www.curebum.com/36/deuterium-detox-energized-water/
"all you need is to freeze about 2-3% of the water and the frozen part
will contain most of the "heavy water". Then you separate the
remaining deuterium free water and discard the ice. "

Method for the Production of Deuterium-Depleted Potable Water
http://pubs.acs.org/stoken/presspac/presspac/full/10.1021/ie101820f
"A study of the utilization of dual-temperature catalytic exchange
between water and hydrogen for the production of deuterium-depleted
water is presented. We use a novel catalyst with excellent physical
properties for the hot tower of the isotopic exchange. The deuterium-
depleted water obtained from the experiment is in agreement with the
theoretical consideration on deuterium content at 80 °C when λ is
about 1.5. The deuterium-depleted water with 126.3 ppm D2O is gained
when λ is about 2 under 80 °C. This kind of water can be used as
ordinary drinking water and in cosmetic and hygiene products."

from: http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2011-01/chinese-invent-new-method-producing-healthier-light-water

speculations
http://www.handpen.com/Bio/aging.htm

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