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Mito connections to heart disease

Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by Scompy, Nov 14, 2016.

  1. Scompy

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  2. Scompy

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  3. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    And look what we knew in 1998 already. Professor Kübler is an eminent cardiologist in Germany. This paper was written almost at the end of his career.
    Heart failure: is there an energy deficit contributing to contractile dysfunction?
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9538931
     
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    This is why bad science hurts........it buries the good stuff.
     
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  5. JoeT

    JoeT Gold

    So, I've got a really bad cardiac family history....can you help me understand the practical implications of this paper? N/IR to the heart area (which I strangely don't hear much about)?
     
  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Joe to explain it well you'd need to have a lot of new info under your belt. The Q cycle webinar being high on that list. If you are not a webinar level member you'll stuggle to keep up unless you are reading all the books on the topic that I had to read to understand what the Q cycle is all about.
     
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ATP/ADP is all about what happens at the Q cycle.
     
  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Then we have to talk about how the ATPase connects wireless to the Q cycle by way of K+ and the Faraday effect. All of these things have been covered deeply in webinars.

    Hundred of hours of reading.
     
  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    With heart disease uou must pay attention to your Potassium (K+) levels and caclium levels in cardiac physiology of what makes up the electrical deflections on an ECG. The reason potassium is critical inside a cell, and supersedes magnesium and sodium ion concentration is because it is naturally tied to beta and gamma carboxyl side chain groups found in proteins, where potassium specifically binds because of “quantum advantages.” These beta and gamma carboxyl bonds allows K+ to ADSORB to this protein site and donate electrons (this is why K+ has the second highest redox potential to Lithium in life; to the polarized water gel crystal.

    Each molecule of ATP in a cell controls 8,800 water molecule binding sites and 20 potassium ions to make this liquid crystalline semiconductor inside every cell of your body. Potassium acts like “the glue” to keep your protein back bone and water in a gel state inside your cell to maintain the semiconducting plates together in a cohesive form. This is why K+ is critical in setting the redox potential of water in a cell. In this way, you are building a special type of semiconductor that forms “the fourth phase of matter” and can act like a “topologic insulator.”(TI) A ‘TI’ allows quantum effects to happen in warm wet environments.

    https://arxiv.org/abs/1508.06135
     
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  10. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    TI is another webinar.........
     
  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The take home? Potassium (K+) signaling goes awry in an environment loaded with nnEMF. What are the implications? When K+ goes awry so does your cellular redox potential and so does your mitochondrial heteroplasmy rates in tissues affected by this. Potassium levels tell us about the relationships to cellular ATP made by mitochondria. In this way, they are like CO2 and water levels in cells because mitochondrial ox/phos makes CO2 and water as their normal exhaust products since the reverse photosynthesis. K+ stoichiometry: For every 0.3 mEq below 3.8 mEq that potassium is on a standard blood lab draw, means there is 100 mEq deficit inside a cell. The atomic size and its redox potential is huge for potassium “gluing of water” for it to function as the optimal electrical adapter to transfer energy throughout the cell coherently. ATP is designed to unfold proteins fully to open their carbonyl and imino side chain groups on all amino acids to intracellular water. This action allows binding and polarization to separate water into subatomic particles that are positively and negatively charged. This action is called building or expanding the exclusion zone (EZ) of water.

    Expanding the exclusion zone allows water to form polarized layers around the hydrophilic proteins, and the earth’s magnetic field then orients these polarized liquid crystals by a principle called “spintronics.” Controlling the electron spin at a right angle to the direction of flow of electrons allows for the formation of massive super conducting proton cables all over your body. This is why sleeping on a magnetic pad at certain times might be a smart move when you understand the context of your redox potential.

    “Spintronics” was described in the February 2014 webinar for members. This gives you alternating positive and negative magnetic dipoles of water molecules that have their electrons locked in at 90 degree angles to the current of flow around these proteins. In this way, the magnetic field can control the action of water and collagen where they meet, both inside and outside of cells AT SMALL SCALE around the respiratory proteins that feed the ATPase. Gilbert Ling found that the orientation of positive to negative water molecule binding was 3.1 Angstroms apart when theses conditions are met.
     
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  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    That is just a sample of why explaining this to you would require you being up on what we've covered already to fully get the implications of that 1998 paper.
     
  13. JoeT

    JoeT Gold

    Jack, you're right. So..... I'm now all the way back in 2013 (EMF Series). Going to take me a long while to catch up!

    The good news is "you don't need to be Chinese to eat Chinese Food." Recently changed my schedule and am getting 1 Hr of am sunrise... grounded...while chugging RO. Boom!
     
  14. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Blood flow is linked to electrical changes in the cerebral circulation. Electric plasma is a form of light energy. The researchers in this paper have no clue what the switch might be and some of us do.........we might have taken advantage of what we know in building things to help people who want to be on the cutting edge of science and not wait for "evidence based Rx's" https://scienmag.com/electrical-swi...rk-monitors-activity-and-controls-blood-flow/
     
  15. Scompy

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