“We live by a small trickle of electricity from the sun.” The green of our garden, the algae in our water, the trees, grasses and herbs on our lands are the transforming agents that harvest the sun’s light via the process of photosynthesis. When we consume these foods, this stored sun energy is released into our bodies as electrons; it is then transformed into ATP, adenosine triphosphate, the biological energy necessary for all cellular function.”

– Szent Gyorgyi

Why would a lighter version of hydrogen affect survival?  What is is about the relation of mass to bond energy or charge that affects longevity?

Mitochondriacs should remember that the mitochondrial matrix concentrates hydrogen protons as part of its physiologic capabilities.  They should also remember that when sunlight hits water in a cell, coherent domains are made in water (EZ) that liberate protons and exclude anything the size of proton or larger.  Deuterium has a higher mass and is atomically larger. Dueterium has a proton and a neutron and one electron.   Anything that is larger is harder to quantum tunnel because the inherent energy barrier is higher to overcome.  So it appears life has several reasons to favor “light hydrogen” that has very little deuterium.

 SIDEBAR FOR THE CURIOUS:  The mass of the deuterium nucleus (2.01355 u) is less than the sum of the masses of the proton (1.00728 u) and the neutron (1.00866 u), which is 2.01594 u. Where has the missing mass (0.00239 u) gone you ask? The answer is that the attractive nuclear force between the nucleons has created a negative nuclear potential energy–the binding energy – that is related to the missing mass, (the difference between the two masses). The light photon released in forming deuterium has an energy of 2.225 MeV, equivalent to the 0.00239 u required to separate the proton and neutron back into unbound particles. The nuclear decay photons are, in general, higher in energy than photons created in atomic processes.

What type of water does Earth have?

The origin of Earth’s water has puzzled scientists for decades. Icy comets smashing into the planet seemed like natural donors, but many comets have water chemistry that is isotopically different from that of Earth’s oceans. The current paradigm believes that rocky asteroids that contain water might have soaked our young planet.  I don’t buy this at all.  Recent analysis of meteorites—the asteroids’ remnants on Earth—show that our planet today is missing the material that those impacts should have left behind in hydrogen isotopes.  So this raises the question where did the water that is on Earth today come from?

Cosmology’s opinion today is thus:

Research recently published in the Journal of Science provided evidence for a different theory: it says that water has been around since the Earth formed.   They believe it was trapped in the mantle of the planet much like an avacado protects its water in its flesh.  They proposed that the water was bonded to grains of dust that aggregated to make our planet and locked the water within the core.  This sounds a bit like how clouds form in the sky.  Does this “theory” account for all the water we have today on Earth?  No it does not.  Does it account for the isotopes in bulk water?  No it does not.  The data is quite interesting for the mitochondriac.  So what gives here?  Measurements of ancient volcanic rock suggest that only 20% of Earth’s water might have such primordial origins.  So where did the remainder of the 80% come from?  They say don’t know where it came from but they know it was here a lot earlier than the theories in their textbooks.  So where might it come from?   I have an idea.

Recall that life on Earth has been around for 3.8 billion years.  The earth is around 4.4 billion years old.  Two kingdom’s of life existed from 3.8 billion years ago to about 650 million years ago.  Those two kingdoms where Archea and Bacteria.  650 million years ago chloroplasts shows up in the seas.  They came from bacterial origins.  50 million years later mitochondria showed up at the Cambrian explosion.  They also came from bacteria.  The formation of a mitochondria from bacteria allowed for the third kingdom of life to explode.  This was the kingdom of eukaryotes from which all complex life comes.

Why am I giving you this history lesson again?

What are the byproducts of mitochondrial respiration?

Water and carbon dioxide.

Over 3.8 billion years could ancient bacteria and eventual successors, mitochondria, have accounted for the remainder 80% of water on the surface of Earth?

I think so.

Take a look at the picture below.  Bacteria were on Earth far before photosynthetic reaction was innovated by evolution on Earth. Since bacteria are capable of making water it stands to reason that a bacteria would have been stolen first to make a chloroplast that consumes water with CO2 and sunlight to make sugar.   Hydratase enzymes are present inside of mitochondria where the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle helps control cell growth and depletes deuterium from redox cofactors, fatty acids and DNA, which undergo hydride ion and hydrogen atom transfer reactions.

In eukaryotic cells, the citric acid cycle occurs in the matrix of the mitochondrion. In prokaryotic cells, like bacteria who lack mitochondria, the citric acid cycle reaction sequence is performed in the cytosol.  This is also lost on most bystanders.

The citric acid cycle = the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle =  the Krebs cycle.

It is a series of chemical reactions used by all aerobic organisms to release stored energy through the oxidation of acetyl-CoA derived from carbohydrates, fats, and proteins into carbon dioxide and chemical energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). In addition, the cycle provides precursors of certain amino acids, as well as the reducing agent NADH, that are used in numerous other biochemical reactions. Its central importance to many biochemical pathways suggests that it was one of the earliest established components of cellular metabolism and may have originated abiogenically.  This fits with the story of water being built in this  blog entry. 

So why would deuterium depleted water improve survival in a disease?  Could this idea be used to prove that cancer really is a mitochondiral disease and not  nuclear genomic cause?  I think so.  


Sunlight affects the spinning head of the ATPase.  If the size of the protons that runs the spinning head is substantiall larger because of a change in mass or viscosity it will effect the spin rate of the ATPase and the amount of ATP made.  Previous work assumed that ATP synthase, the smallest known rotary motor in nature, operates at 100% efficiency. Calculations which arrive to this result assume that the water viscosity inside mitochondria is constant and corresponds to that of bulk water.   Bulk water is more like deuterium depleted water because it does not have a lot of deuterium in it.  When deuterium makes up a large portion of water not enought ATP can be made because of the viscosity change due to the isotopes of hydrogen. Mass affects bond lengths in chemistry so the charge separation of water in a cell with deuterium is much higher.  This would massively effect hydrogen bonding in bio-chemical reactions.   Hydrogen without any neutron is protium and life likes this isotope. Hydrogen with one neutron is deuterium.  Since a neutron weighs just a bit more than a proton, deuterium is slightly more than twice as heavy as protium. Protium is a hydrogen proton with its electron. 

In the first three resiratory complexes there is 3 de-hydrogenases that strip hydrogens from foods.  These hydrogen atoms then have their electrons stripped from them in the mitochondrial matrix.  The matrix collects H+ in massive quantities.  

The ATP motor runs on protons without their electron going from the matrix into the outer mitochondrial membrane space to make ATP.  This quantum red light motor spins at 9000 times per minute. It is designed to accept a proton stripped of its sole electron and not deuterium.  There is no way a proton and neutron are going to fit in this nano-motor channel.  (picture below)  If the hydrogen proton that runs this motor has a larger mass (deuterium), it will not work anywhere near 100% efficiency in the ATPase.  This slows the amount of energy made and transferred in cells.  This is why the video above shows the effect it does.  Deuterium depleted water improve mitochondrial function because it increases energy flow by allowing protons to move through the motor at 100% efficiency. This trongly suggests we have more proof that cancer is a mitochondrial disease at is core.

I want you to remember that water and cytochrome C oxidase are red light chromophores.  I also want to remind you that 42% of sunlight is IR-A light.

There are 4 key spectral frequencies between 650–980 nm are absorbed by components of cytochrome c oxidase in mitochondria. The stoichiometry and absorption spectra of cytochrome c oxidase components a and a3 has broadened based upon new recent data. The older footprint spectra that showed peak activity was visible light at 550, 605 and 655nm and near-IR light at 830 nm.

Water that is depleted of deuterium and irradiated by red light is more energenic than than water loaded with deuterium because of the relationship of charge to mass in physics.  Heavy water does not work as well inside the ATPase of the mitochondria. The presence of deuterium in water gives the chemical different nuclear properties and effects how the ATPase can spin. Moreover, the increase of mass gives it different bio-physical properties compared to normal “light water” irradiated by light.

How does light effect charge in plants and animals?   The effect of porphyrins answers this question.   Plants (Mg porphyrins) and animals (Fe porphyrins) use nitrogen based cages in chloroplasts and hemoglobin in different cells to make electric charge from sunlight.

What does this mean to a mitochondriac?  Where there is matter (deuterium), there is a specific geometry.  This geometry ties to the size and shape of things and size and shape correlate to the thermodynamics possible in a cell.  Where geometry ceases to exists, gravity vanishes and we find an abundance of light.  This is why at small scales gravity has a neglibile effect in physics.   Where there is light and matter we see time manifest in cells.

The universe is governed by four fundamental forces.  But when it comes to understanding nature at almost any level larger than an atomic nucleus and smaller than a planet, only one of them really matters: the Coulomb interaction.

COULOMB’S LAW: gravity and EMF forces in a cell:

There is a mathematical parallel between gravity and electrostatics.  The force equations for both forces are similar, so the behavior of interacting masses is similar to that of interacting charges, and similar analysis methods can be used to compare them. The main difference is that gravitational forces are always attractive, while electrostatic forces can be attractive or repulsive based upon charge.

The charge (q or Q) plays the same role in the electrostatic case that the mass (m or M) plays in the case of the gravity. The key for the ‘mitochondriac’ to realize is that size causes gravity to lose its attractive power in cells.  The smaller the scale the less powerful gravity become.  Conversely, as scale decreases electrostatic force become very strong.  This is why water is confined to small scales in cells in carbon nanotubes and around the cristae.  It is done to negate the effect of gravity and maximize the electrostatic charge that increases massively as scale is shrunk.  Electrostatics are capable of generating massive forces when this situation is allowed by nature.  It is one of the more novel and counterintuitive aspects life uses to dance on the ledge of the second law of thermodynamics.

This also explains why electric fields are prominent on sunny days and gravitational effects during the day are lowered than they are at night when sunlight is not present to charge things.  This is why circadian biology is fundamental to biology.  Sunlight can alter charges and night time balances the charge separation.  Charge is a quantized property in nature.  It is all related to the quantized effect of charge on things in nature.  The force exerted by one charge ‘q’,  on another charge Q is given by Coulomb’s law.  This law clearly shows us that forces between two electrically-charged objects can be extremely large.

The structure of mass of deuterium determines the frequency of light it can resonate and this frequency dictates structure of plasmoid instabilities and the type of light that will work with it and what frequencies won’t.  It also determines how the ATPase will work.  Heavy water and the human ATPase are like oil and water.

The electric charge developed by each protein then directly effects the charge to mass ratio in cells.  Charge affects thermodynamics of any system because of its relationship to size, shape and density in anything with mass.  Deuterium water is less capable of generating energy from the ATPase because of its higher mass.  So when heavy water replaces water in the extracellular and cytosolic space, light is less effective at making coherent domains or an EZ.  This means the capacitor function in the cell that EZ can form is limited with deuterium.  If this liquid crystalline battery cannot generate as much energy in animals and plants it will directly affect their longevity?  It seems obvious but no one in the video above seems to know why DDW extends longevity in all these cancers in mice and humans.  This is why the video above shows the observations it does.  It is 100% bio-physical, and has nothing to do with the nuclear genome. It is 100% a story of ho wenergy dictates what kind of anatomy is possible in a cell.  It is well known that an electric charge alters the space around it.  Well if a cell’s capacitor is reduced, its charge or redox potential is also reduced.  The higher the charge present, in a cell or anything mass in the cosmos,  the lower the mass we should expect to find.  We do not realize these relationships exist in biology.

Deuterium has a higher mass than light water, and if it is found in our cells to any great degree, it cannot carry a higher charge when it is illuminated by light.  Now look at just how big a deal this is when you see the relative amounts of things in our plasma.

The effect is massive in cells.

There are two kinds of charge in the universe, positive and negative

Like charges repel, unlike charges attract

Positive charge comes from having more protons than electrons; negative charge comes from having more electrons than protons

Charge is also quantized in nature, meaning that charge comes in integer multiples of the elementary charge labeled as ‘e’ in most books.  Biologist forget charge is quantized.  When you consider all biochemical pathways operate via redox chemistry mechanisms,  this aspect alone, should carry a large importance.  It also points out why mitochondriacs need to understand blood plasma well.  Blood is charged by light and discharges in darkness.

Charge is conserved in nature.  It is a universal law.  It is not an opinion.

What does it mean for charge to be quantized?

In other words, charge comes in multiples of the charge on the electron or the proton once they are separated by sunlight action on our bio-molecules. These things have the same size charge, but the sign is different.  A proton has a charge of ‘+e” , while an electron has a charge of “-e”.  Both are used in mitochondria.  Protons are used in the matrix and electrons are used in electron chain transportation to reduce oxygen.

Putting “charge is quantized” in terms of an equation, we say:

q = n (e)

‘q’ is the symbol used to represent charge, while ‘n’ is a positive or negative integer, and ‘e’ is the electronic charge, 1.60 x 10^-19 Coulombs.

It has been proposed that deuterium depletion has a massive effect on  the terminal complex (cytochrome c oxidase) of mitochondrial electron transport chain in reducing molecular oxygen to deuterium depleted water (DDW).  This makes complete sense when you consider the bio-physics required in the ATPase and when you consider how electrostatic charging actually works in water networks.  When water has a lower atomic mass, this affects how the metabolic pathway of gluconeogenesis and fatty acid oxidation can procede in a cell.  It also effects the downstream metabolic pathways that use sugars in cells because of how light can or cannot move in a higher viscosity system.  This is key in DNA/RNA because both molecules are loaded with sugars.  Both metabolic pathways, (gluconeognesis and beta oxidation of fats)  in a mitochondria make water and C02.  Beta-oxidation make a larger volume of water on a relative basis.  Most people forget this relationship of water creation to metabolic flow in a cell.  It is critical to the redox potential in a cell.  The redox potential is how much work can or canno tbe done by a cell.  The water made by a mitochondria is always deuterium depleted because of the energenics in the ATPase mentioned in the November 2017 webinar and the last few blogs.

When water has a lowered atomic mass, it diminishes the deuteration of sugar-phosphates in the DNA backbone and places them in a specific location by design.  When these chains of sugars have a lowered mass they have a significant bio-physical effect on the layers of water surrounding the DNA helix. This affects their topology. The 2016 Nobel Prize in physics was given for topology.

I believe that topologic insulators’s are buried inside of every base pair of DNA because of these changes in hydrogens of ribose sugars and they act like a superconducting magnetic films for life.  The reason is that deuterium acts like an optical switch with light.  It is on this thin film of nucleic acids that life becomes of a perpetual motion machine of subatomic particles that allows life to continue unimpeded, as changes occur in energy in the environment.

This makes evolution rapid and complex and not gradual as biology has come to accept.  Topological insulators conduct electricity on their surfaces but do not conduct the current deep inside their cores.  This helps explain why DNA’s surface is highly coiled and coated with histones, chromatin, and methyl groups in its “quiet state” and how it can receive photo-electric instructions to run the epigenetic programming it contains deep within.  What happens on its surface can awaken the code of life buried deep below its double helix to change its Dirac fermions contained in the ribose and bases.

This is a scanning tunneling micro image of helical Dirac fermions on the surface of a topological insulator above.

The sugars effect the dynamic changes in the hydrogen bonding network and this effects epigenetic programing possible.  Many of these effects of epigentics are post translational changes made to proteins to change their topology that lead to altered physiologic function.  If the change i snot favorable it will lead to defected signals, and to ubiquitin marking which is commonly seen in most human cancers.   If the change is good evolution will advance.  These changes occur rapidly and not slowly and they cannot be seen well because of the scale they occur on.

When I gave a webinar 4 years ago on TI’s,  I said that soon science would prove what goes on the surfaces of things may turn out to be more important than what goes on beneath the surface.  I had a sense this deuterium issue in DNA and RNA are critical in changing the surface topology and the optical programs.  I made the comment because I felt photo-chemistry at surfaces was more important than solution bio-chemistry in cells below.   Topologic insulators in physics concern itself with the very bizarre properties of matter in extreme states, including superconductors, superfluids and thin magnetic films.  This is “what” the physics of organisms made from to create life.  Life is an exotic state of matter just like what we find on the surface of the sun.

These changes in the surfaces of DNA and RNA can affect how much energy transfer can occur in the water sheets, coherent domains, or exclusion zone.  All are critically connected to the electrostatic force (redox) possible in a cell.  The larger the EZ the higher the redox, the higher the redox potential the higher the electrostatic charge in mitochondria is present.   Recently, researchers at NC State have found that when a material incorporates atomically thin layers of water around a hydrophilic substance, it becomes able to store and deliver energy much more quickly in that system than if the same material didn’t include the water layers.  Pollack found the same thing in his water experiments with nafion, but neither team of researchers seem aware of each other findings.   This has some big implications for biology and for mitochondria, when you understand how charge works with mass and how it is quantized.


Electrostatic charging of mitochondria by sunlight is how life fundamentally works.  Forces between two electrically-charged objects can be extremely large. Most things in nature are electrically neutral; they have equal amounts of positive and negative charge.  Only a few charges can be moved around to create small scale charge imbalances because of the strength of the coulomb force.  I believe mitochondrial design is able to break the charge rule of symmetry so life can do the things it does.  Mitochondria concentrate positively charged H+ in their matrix and move 30 million volts of negative electric voltage across their inner mitochondrial membrane during respiration, all while they are creating water. Mitochondria are also moving “H+” from the matrix to the cytosol to make water and C02.

Heavy protons are too heavy and this effects bonding strengh which leads to less physiologic work (less ATP).   If  most things did not have a neutral charge, the world we live in would be a very strange place.  We also have a lot of control over how things get charged in biology.  The sun changes the electrostatic charge of our blood and water in our cells.  This is one reason why RBC’s have no mitochondria.  We need to maintain the neutral charge in blood until the light energy can be delivered from it, to mitochondria in tissues. If RBC’s had mitochondria it would disrupt the ability to quantize charge.  This is likely why they do not have them.

When it comes to considering charge, materials on Earth are divided into three categories, depending on how easily they will allow charge (i.e., electrons) to flow along them. These are:

Conductors – metals

Semi-conductors – silicon in chips and life use hydrated carbon semiconductors

Insulators – rubber, wood, plastic

Most materials are either conductors or insulators in cells and in nature. The difference between them is that in conductors, the outermost electrons in the atoms are so loosely bound to their atoms that they¹re free to travel around.  In insulators, on the other hand, the electrons are much more tightly bound to the atoms, and are not free to flow. Semi-conductors are a very useful intermediate class, not as conductive as metals but considerably more conductive than insulators. By adding certain impurities (doping) to semi-conductors in the appropriate concentrations the conductivity can be well-controlled.  Cells with collagen often use copper and phosphorus as a dopant.  This is why collagen cross links all have copper ions as a component and why the ‘P’ in ATP represents phosphorus.

There are three ways that objects can be given a net charge.

These are:

Charging by friction – this is useful for charging insulators/semiconductors. If you rub one material with another (say, a plastic ruler with a piece of paper towel), electrons have a tendency to be transferred from one material to the other. For example, rubbing glass with silk or saran wrap generally leaves the glass with a positive charge; rubbing PVC rod with fur generally gives the rod a negative charge.  Vortexing liquid crystals semiconductors also creates friction which can generate a charge that is quantized.  This is how water gains charge in the circulatory system via turbulent flow around the cells in blood plasma.

Charging by conduction – useful for charging metals and other conductors. If a charged object touches a conductor, some charge will be transferred between the object and the conductor, charging the conductor with the same sign as the charge on the object. RBC’s are conductors and can transfer their charge to water in blood plasma.  This is why EZ water develops a net negative charge when it forms.  Charge is being transferred.

Charging by induction – also useful for charging metals and other conductors. Again, a charged object is used, but this time it is only brought close to the conductor, and does not touch it.  This mimics how sunlight interacts with hemoglobin and chloroplasts in living systems in trapping light energy before it changes to an electric charge in EZ water.  To gain the charge best from sunlight you need to be grounded to Earth.   If the conductor is connected to ground (ground is basically anything neutral that can give up electrons to, or take electrons from, an object), electrons will either flow on to it or away from it. When the ground connection is removed , the conductor will have a charge opposite in sign to that of the charged object.  This is why being disconnected from Earth chronically leads to things like rouleux formation and clotting.  Since water molecules, are naturally polarized (magnetic dipole), they can quickly remove charge from a charged object.  This is why blood is 93% water by volume.  Mother Nature uses every last bit of physics the universe gives her to work with.

On sunny clear days with low humidity are associated with ionospheres with high electric fields, low magnetic fields and diminished energy transfer from the sun to us if we do not have a connection to Earth.  Why?  Electrostatic charges are not transferred well when water is not present.  This is why dehydration from a lack or water production in mitochondria favors illness. It is also why deuterium is not favored by living systems in nature.  It cannot transfer charge as well as light hydrogen can , because its extra mass affects bonding strengths in all molecules it is used in.  This is why life tries to exclude it.   

Dry air is a relatively good electrical insulator, so if something is charged, like clouds on a sunny day,  the charge tends to stay in th cloud where the water is. In more humid conditions, such as you find on a typical summer day in New Orleans, water molecules, which are polarized, can quickly remove charge from a charged object.  This is why the southeast has massive electrical storms.  It is also why humans can get massive benefits even in cloudy weather in the southeast but the same is not true in Seattle.  The humidity of the ionosphere does not allow charge transfer from the solar plasma to the ionosphere to out wetware carbon based semiconductors.

The NC State findings on water raises some interesting questions about the behavior of liquids when confined at a small scale in a cell or inside a mitochondria.  It appear life took big advantage of this”sheet effect”  3.8 billion years ago when bacteria first showed up on Earth because it held promise for shaping future energy-storage technologies for cells who could take advantage of it.

When water is depleted of its atomic mass it helps to preserve stability of hydrogen bond networks in the EZ of cells, protecting against aneuploidy in chromosomes and resisting strand breaks in nucleic acids.  It also allows for optimized optical signaling within the cell to preserve the liquid crystaline structure inside the cell.  This can affect a persons ability to handle a stressed environment who is exposed to nnEMF radiation, blue light, and certain anticancer chemotherapeutics to improve survival as the video above shows.

Blood is designed to carry charge from the sun in quantized format to mitochondria for processing.  It does this for sunlight and it does it for food as well.  Food is broken down in the gut and carried to cells in lipid rafts that act as electric field sensors.  The food has its hydrogen stripped off and are broken down to electrons.  Allopathic medicine and functional medicine remain ignorant of how charge is quantized and how that effect is brought to bear massive effects in tissue to our mitochondrial colonies.  We have ten to the 14th mitochondrion in our cells.  This far outstrips the bacterial colonies we have in our gut.


Many people do not understand mass equivalence at the most fundamental levels.  All mass is a property that all energy is capable of exerting when the environment allows for it.  So when I have told my members that just turning a light on affects the mass of a flashlight, or standing next to the Great Pyramid of Giza can increase your longevity because of the secrets buried in E = mc^2 people laugh.  They laugh because they do not understand what Einstein’s paper really means to living systems.  This becomes massively important to medicine because medical science is based upon biology.  So when a living thing exists it emits light at some level thereby losing some it its mass just like the sun does.  This is why I have commented many times that a mitochondrion and the sun have a lot in common.  When you consider that the colony of mitochondrion collect hydrogen atoms, and the goal of the first three cytochromes is to strip foods of the hydrogen atom via the three dehydrogenases we have and then the mitochondrion separates the electron from the proton in an hydrogen atom and stores the H+ proton in its matrix, you begin to understand there is a way deeper meaning to life with respect to energy thermodynamically.  Atomic mass effects charge and density and this affects the hydrogen wave function that is possible.  The charge transfer is quantized and it is related to the mass of the particle that carries the charge.

This is why medicine is missing the keys to restoring health to those with chronic diseases.  The water your mitochondria makes via metabolism is the key to health optimization, not the water you drink. Ketosis makes more water than glycolysis and that it is why it is a good tool to use in illness but that tool can devastate you when heteroplasmy rates in mitochondria are far too high.

The water our mitochondria makes from metabolism (gluconeogenesis and beta oxidation) is how eukaryotes brought the oceans inside their bodies to live on land.  The water you drink should be free of toxins like bromine and fluoride and not be polluted by man made things like metals, glyphosate, deuterium.  This should be obvious now after this blog.  But structuring water outside the body is done by nature and it is why spring water is a great choice because that is what nature gives living things in the hydrology cycle.  Realize that water we make inside of our cytosol is hit by sunlight frequencies that penetrate our cells only, and that light energy creates a zone that can exclude all things the size of a proton or greater. That is the key bio-physical change water needs inside of us to make life possible.  That physical change makes the entire cell a liquid crystal.  Liquid crystals have special quantum behaviors that are non linear.  This is the stage life is built upon.   The water you drink only affects the ECF in the body and not the cytosol in the cell.  The cytosol in your cell is a function of how good your mitochondria is working and this is directly linked to the redox state of the cell.   People conflate the two and it is a mistake in understanding of the bio-physics of life.



  1. Is there some kind of light one can buy to use indoors like near IFR bulbs to make up for lack of sunshine during the winter? Is there a supplement that one can take to add hydrogen to the body?

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