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how important is elevation to disease recovery?

Discussion in 'Factor X' started by Aerose91, Aug 23, 2014.

  1. Aerose91

    Aerose91 New Member

    Under the obvious pretense that there is less oxygen the higher you go, where does this lie in order of importance for Neolithic disease reversal? Would 4,000-6,000 feet hinder any potential progress?

    I know athletes can greatly increase performance with altitude training but in the case of mitochondrial damage and hypoperfusion would the opposite happen?

    Thanks for any help
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Let's just say the effect is huge. My current year long biohack is on this very topic.

    O2 is special quantum gas magnetically.

    The oxygen molecule has 2 electrons in unpaired orbits in it making it a paramagnetic gas. This means it is susceptible to attraction by a magnetic field. Many people do not realize that most other gases are weakly diamagnetic and repell magnetic fields. This is a fundamental quantum effect of oxygen that gives each individual mitochondria its own magnetic field.

    After Tensegrity 4 you might see how this matters a big deal.
  3. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    In other words, no, you shouldn't swallow any of those small magnets.
  4. Aerose91

    Aerose91 New Member

    Makes sense. Is there a particular breaking point in elevation where once crossed any effect will just be evaporated? Or just, closer to sea level the better?
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Sea level with pine trees is the key so far.
  6. Aerose91

    Aerose91 New Member

    How do you feel about the desert? I have the HLA defect and am very, very sensitive to mold. I've seen others who have gone to an arid environment improve a lot because of a lack of mold spores. I'm thinking a river bed with vegetation in the desert. I'm not sure how this compares to what mold spores would be in a pine forest though.
  7. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    How are you doing Aerose?
  8. ssj3

    ssj3 Silver

    Loss of mitochondria to have own magnetic field has me thinking that it could lead to altered hydrogen bond angles... possibly from greater influence from external magnetic fields or it could be similar to how bird's compass can become altered from loss of magnetic field sense.
  9. Aerose91

    Aerose91 New Member

    I'm hanging in there. :confused: Thank you for asking!
  10. Ken23

    Ken23 New Member

    Aerose, any improvement with the hypoglycemia?
  11. Aerose91

    Aerose91 New Member

    Hey Ken,

    No improvement in terms of permanent betterment, but I know how to keep it controlled and eat something small frequently. Energy expenditure is my worst enemy, any time I exert myself many symptoms, including hypoglycemia, goes through the roof.

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