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Sun light, Water, and mitochondria

Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 29, 2021.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Anyone who thinks this information on deuterium is good needs to be seriously educated. Seawater has 155 ppm of deuterium in seawater. The hydrology cycle on Earth operates to deuterium deplete water via physical processes that mean water at high latitudes have less deuterium in them because of the heavier atomic mass (145ppm). Equatorial water has 155 ppm. Photosynthesis comes from water plus CO2 with sunlight to create sugars. It turns out the carbon backbone of sugar puts deuterium in specific atomic locations on it because of the kinetic isotope effect. It turns out the reason why glycolysis and gluconeogenesis have all the enzymatic steps they do in a cell you'll find out the location of H+ versus deuterium is critical. Why is it critical? The ATPase in mitochondria has a spinning Fo head. It only accepts a hydrogen proton with its electron stripped off. 3.4 H+ atoms cause one spin of the Fo to make a molecule of ATP. D2O destroys the Fo head of the ATPase and ATP levels drop. As the ATPase slows its pins rate, the magnetic flux of the ATPase drops, and oxygen is not drawn as much to the terminal end of electron chain transport. The reason why? Oxygen is the only paramagnetic gas on the periodic table. This means it is drawn to mitochondria that have the highest spin rate. H+ from the matrix allows for high spin rates. This point was not even made in this podcast. I am able to describe it in a paragraph. People forget that oxidative phosphorylation is a reversed process of photosynthesis. Mitochondria break glucose down and make H2O and CO2. The water mitochondria make is DEUTERIUM FREE. Why? Because the matrix has to provide H+ to run thru the ATPase. If the ATPase cannot spin it lowers the voltage (Delta psi) on the inner mitochondrial membrane. This means the redox power of the mitochondria is reduced. This implies oxygen consumption is altered and so is the normal free radical signal. Where is deuterium normally found in life? It is found in fruits, lectins, and our blood. Our blood has 155ppm of deuterium in it for a reason. When deuterium's nucleon is compressed deuterium liberates Ultraweak UV light that is used to structure the water in the blood vessel. It is also used to keep the negative changes on the membranes of arteries and RBCs to stop clotting. The same is true for platelets. The UV light also creates exclusion zone water in the blood to decrease its viscosity to improve laminar flow. Deuterium doubles the atomic mass. When you consider Einstein's mass equivalent equation e=mC^2 you clearly see why H+ is favored by living things. H+ is able to carry more electromagnetic energy to tissues. Plants or animals fed heavy water has a 40% lower growth rate because of how deuterium affects metabolism in the mitochondrion. Solar exposure natural deuterium depletes water created from food in a mitochondrion. Deuterium also changes how hydrogen backbones in DNA work with the cell water made by the mitochondria around it. It becomes thermodynamically less efficient because of the mass equivalence equation mentioned above. Drinking water IS NOT THE KEY to this biology. Eating food built by photosynthesis of the sun IS THE KEY. Slovak sells water so he gives you the half-truth. Half-truths always lead to full lies because of the marketing of products you do not need. CAVEAT EMPTOR.
  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Dr Boros compares water we drink to the oil in the engine used to lubricate parts.

    Energy comes from synthesizing (2H plus O) that releases a tremendous amount of energy.
    Body at rest, over 24 hr period, produces 7437 liters of water. 3 times that much when working to the extreme.
    That amount of water is similar to the volume of blood going thru the heart over 24hrs.
    The energy produced that way is about equal to what 1358 lamps use, (on the very large football stadion).
    Each lamp uses 1000 Watts.

    Sunlight Energy coming to the person at the equator plus all the food that he eats is minuscule when comparing to the energy from water synthesis.
    It places maybe as a small fraction of what one of the 1358 lamps uses.

    I would say that sunlight and food are very close to pure information (but not energy).
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  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    at rest, the average human consumes around 40 kg of ATP per day,
    Bacterial Metabolism–Coupled Energetics
    R.S. Prakasham, B. Sudheer Kumar, in Microbial Electrochemical Technology, 2019 Adenosine Triphosphate

    Adenosine triphosphate

    40 kg of ATP contains xx kg of hydrogen

    From that hydrogen plus oxygen from the air that we breed water plus energy is created.
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  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold




    8 liters of 10ppm DDW cost $200 (shipping??)

    take one liter of 10ppm
    add 8 liters of 150ppmwater
    you get 9liters of 25.5ppm, equal to16 half liter bottles for $200

    200/18=$11.11 for half-liter bottle (25.5ppm)Litewater

    Hydro-Health 1/2 liter (25ppm) bottle cost $7.5

    25 HydroHealth (24pcs x 500ml Box) $180 including S&H. (no P.O. box deliveries)
    Regular price
    Sale price
    $180.00 Sale
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  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    The only thing that I have heard in the above video on deuterium water is that
    from point of view of healthy life longevity
    pretty much nothing else matters
    drinking water that is at 130 ppm D/H or less.
    all other variables aside, sun, food, far from equator, anything else
    just drink DDW-130 or less.

    No need to nomad to Siberia or Caucasus mountains to live longer.
    Just be careful with sex, may get her pregnant (at 70yo or 80 or more).

    Litewater is much more expensive than Hydro-Health.

    Most people drink 2.5 to 3 liters of water daily.
    According to dr Boros, they should drink in such a way so their ADH>1 at least, ADH~2 better.
    Dr Boros recommends drinking water that is less than 130ppm (some of my posts have his exact recommendation).
    Assuming that person would drink one half a liter of DDW-25 daily, he/she would spend $7.5 daily.
    The rest of the water could be tap water or RO water which are usually 150ppm

    3liters--->> 5 bottles of 150ppm and one bottle of 25ppm

    (5*150+25)/6=129 ppm
    2.5 liters
    (4*150+25)/5=125 ppm

    Just drink that --->> all else is noise.
    For $199 one can get RO water system and have all the RO
    water he, she, family, and the rest of the people on the street, need.


    Or go to Costco and for less that $4 have 40 bottles box of RO water.
    since our bodies are not much different than they were 10000 years ago and before that (development of agriculture and massive diet changes)
    from pov of increased longevity
    make sure to have sufficient amounts potassium and bicarbonate
    as discussed here:



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  6. Thank you for the rest of the story Dr. @Jack Kruse - https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/deuterium-quantum-biology-story-most-miss-jack-kruse

    Investigating other proton-driven mechanochemical processes of the protomotive vectorial motion of F0-ATPase - https://www.pnas.org/content/116/39/19484

    There is a empirical valence bond profile for proton transport follows in many cases the electrostatic profile of the protonated water ->

    The effects of protonation on Nucleoside triphosphate (NTP) hydrolysis of triphosphate. https://bmcbiochem.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12858-016-0068-7
    Protonation of the α- and β-phosphate groups favors a sequential hydrolysis mechanism, whereas γ-protonation favors a concurrent mechanism, the two effects competing with each other in cases of simultaneous protonation.

    If as Dr. @Jack Kruse states, "D2O destroys the F0 head of the ATPase and ATP levels drop." is true,
    then the energy efficiency of our mitochondria to make DDW is greatly reduced.​

    Ok, so we know strong UV sunlight is a "treatment", specifically within the 20th latitude UV strength is better, plus (+) strong magnetism may provide the environment where we could "charge up" our mitochondrial batteries.

    But from an electrical perspective, it is the charge differential over the cells which provides the thermodynamic potential for quantitative mass transmutation for "food source" metabolism to ATP synthesis within our mitochondria.

    In humans, all mitoribosomal proteins are encoded in the cell nucleus, synthesized in the cytosol and, subsequently, imported into the mitochondria. Here, they co-transcriptionally or post-transcriptionally assemble with mitochondrial ribosomal RNA (rRNA) encoded on the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and transcribed by mitochondrial RNA polymerase (mtRNAP). Assembly of mitoribosomes begins close to the mtDNA and was proposed to progress in the vicinity of the inner mitochondrial membrane (IMM). Mitochondrial RNA granules (MRGs)

    In humans, translation of the CO1 mRNA depends on early OXPHOS assembly factors C12ORF62 (also known as cytochrome c oxidase assembly protein COX14) and MITRAC12 (mitochondrial translation regulation assembly intermediate of cytochrome c oxidase 12; also known as cytochrome c oxidase assembly factor 3 homologue) that stimulate CO1 translation (+). Import and association of the nuclear-encoded CO4 subunit of complex IV is required to complete CO1 synthesis. Delivery of CO4 to nascent CO1 depends on the TIM21 component of the translocase of the inner mitochondrial membrane (TIM). In addition, the only so far established bona fide human translation regulator TACO1 (translational activator of CO1) facilitates CO1 synthesis (+), but how remains elusive. IMM, inner mitochondrial membrane; IMS, intermembrane space; OMM, outer mitochondrial membrane; OXA1, oxidase assembly protein 1; SSU, small ribosomal subunit; TOM, translocase of the outer membrane.

    Note: All these beautiful depictions of mitochondrial function and at this point its mostly a mystery. Eventually, we may have a molecular understanding which includes the biological function (light, water & electromagnetism) for how mitochondrial protein synthesis which includes regulating the context of cellular needs and in response to mitochondrial dysfunction by DDW.

    It is my option that the "extra" neutron/proton pair of the Deuterium isotope is the "culprit". It has the capacity to "steal" electrons from the mitochondria (fluid-space) and transmute the molecular mass E=mC^2 into very strong positively charged Cation polyatomic ionic set of molecules. Is it possible that the NH4+ (Ammonium) hydroxide molecule could be damaging?
    • https://www.pnas.org/content/pnas/89/7/3030.full.pdf
    • Nitric oxide-dependent anaerobic ammonium oxidation - https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-09268-w
    • Nitric Oxide Production by the Human Intestinal Microbiota by Dissimilatory Nitrate Reduction to Ammonium - https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2009/284718/
    • Ammonia-induced mitochondrial dysfunction - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5649485/
      • Ammonia-induced oxidative/nitrosative stress in CNS is accompanied by extensive lipid peroxidation and cellular glutathione reservoirs depletion.

        Ammonia caused significant lipid peroxidation and decrease in the glutathione content of the liver and brain mitochondria.

        High blood ammonia concentrations also affect hepatocytes and liver function.

        Ammonia affects several pathways, including the tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA), lactate-malate shuttle, α-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase (α-KGDH), and mitochondrial respiratory chain complexes.

        Excess glutamic acid (Glu) in the ammonia-intoxicated brain is responsible for the over-activation of NMDA receptors and an excitotoxic response.
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  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    In 2020 dr Boros figured out that (at rest) the average human body creates 7437 liters of mitochondrial water (which eventually results in the production of ATP.

    mitochondrial water---- 2H + (1/2)O2(maybe??)
    ATP ---C10H16N5O13P3

    In 2008 Robert R Crichton figured that (at rest) the average human consumes around 40 kg of ATP per day.

    Overall both of these doctors are talking about the same hydrogen (H), the amounts should be about the same, yet they are grossly different.
    Who is right? Why?
    Dr. Boros, 7473 liters of water have----=826.33 kg of hydrogen (definitely dr Crichton talks about much smaller amounts of hydrogen).

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