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Excellent lectures on Electron Chain Transport

Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by WarrenT, Oct 10, 2018.

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  1. WarrenT

    WarrenT New Member

    If you're a visual learner like me, you'll love these short but jam-packed lectures by AK Lectures. He has separate lectures for each of the protein complexes. Way better than my biochem prof...but not quite as good as Dr. Kruse! :) Enjoy!

  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    One big problem with this lecture is that it is filled with dogma. So let's update this for the Black Swan in training

    1. He says ATP is the dominant form of energy in a cell. Nope See Gilbert Ling's work and how Pollack extended it.
    2. Because he believes what he said in #1 he makes error two......says the charge inside the matrix is not as high as the intermembrane space. Not true either. The matrix is loaded with H+ by 1000 fold because this version of Hydrogen is compressed by electric and magnetic fields generated by the movement of electrons from NAD+ to oxygen. He is only reporting the molecular biology to you and not giving you the full story. Why? Is it because he is an ass? no. He is regurgitating what he was taught and I know that because it is what I was taught too. This is a very left brain thing to behold. The education system focuses teaching us about details of things while not allowing us to see the whole working in unison. To fully grasp the ETC you need to understand the physics at play. The interaction of the incident light on the water created creates a massive charge in water and this increases the EZ and redox.........he never mentions that at all. Where does the incident EMF come from? For those who saw my Vermont 2018 video you know, there are two ways it can happen......one is from incident sunlight whose energy and info is carried by hemoglobin to NAD+ and then there is a nuclear effect of the electric and magnetic fields on the compression of H+. That liberation of ELF-UV light extends the size of the EZ in the water made by the matrix at cytochrome 4. He whiffs on that too.
    3. At the 10:50 he mentions the link of NADH and glucose and ATP........here is why Gilbert Ling was brilliant. He figured out pretty quick that with the kinetics of a cell it was physically impossible to make enough ATP for a cell to do what Peter Mitchell said and what this guy regurgitates back.........the energy is provided by light's interaction with water to split it......and make 4 more electrons as photosynthesis does when it splits water into H+ and oxgen. What happens in the matrix is the big black box of biology. Biology has guessed ATP and the physics does not support this.......
    4. He mentions the connection of cytochrome 2 to the TCA cycle but never realizes that this connection is not about the movement of electrons from NADH to CoEnzQ10......ALONE.....it also is critical in how the dehydrogenases in the cytochromes strip Hydrogen from the carbon backbone of foods to make sure they eliminate deuterium at certain carbons of the glucose backbone to make sure DDW is made at cytochrome 4 (Big miss) He mentions that complex two is not a proton pump.......but he never says why. It is because it is a PROTON selector to limit deuterium from ruining the ATPase channels for H+. This is how Krebs bicycle kisses the inner mitochondrial membrane to meet up with the urea cycle in the cytosol just across the intermembrane space where it resides.

    Now you have a more full picture in which to learn from.
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