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TENSEGRITY 14: Comments are now welcome

Discussion in 'Factor X' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 15, 2015.

  1. Do MF held sky clathrate matter?
  2. meanwhile in the gut... inthegut.jpg
  3. -Food is on the way!
    -I smell banana! foodisontheway.jpg
  4. Banana!!! GlucoseYeah.jpg
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  5. numnum.jpg NUMNUM!
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  6. -Banana!
    -Guys! some summer protons!
    -Yeah !
    -Guys let's grow
    -Yeah !
    -yes turn on the blue light
    -yeepee yeah!
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  7. turnthebluelightson.jpg
    And Me I'm gonna go explore the dark room, yeah!
  8. Carbfest.jpg
    -What? The Forbidden Room? But... ? Err and what about the GALTS? …Aren't you scared?
    - Don't worry guys GALTS Mitos have been grilled long enough…Host is cooked…

    - Good night! And don't forget to turn that FIAF off
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  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Here is mitogenetic radiations from light work
  10. Christos

    Christos New Member

    My summary from OSF 1 and this blog. FIAF created from scarcity singal > scarcity signal created by fasting or poor food mastication leading to less food in the small intestine and more in the large intestine (small intestine creates FIAF) > subcutaneous fat production and NOT visceral by blocking of LPL > ketosis then burns FFA from subcutaneous fat into mitochondria oxidation or myelination.
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  11. Some 'simple' questions.............you mention bacteria in the gut living in the dark and without oxygen. This I suppose re-capitulates their evolutionary history of having evolved in the dark and deep an-aerobic oceans. I am wondering though a bit about viruses. Do we have lots of viruses also in our gut? After all it seems that you are saying it is from the viruses that we 'borrow' DNA to 'cut and paste' and put it into our own DNA so that would suggest we do.

    BTW another 'simple' question would that DNA mostly go into 'non-coding ' or 'coding' DNA? Also I was wondering what exactly was the 'mechanism' by which this was done I may have this wrong but you also talked about viruses being on the surface of the oceans being 'cooked' by sunlight so I am just trying to put this together. Endo-symbiosis was it seems the 'coming together' of virus DNA and bacteria (now mitochondria). How does this relate to the gut microbiome and the differences between viruses and bacteria and how each contribute to our gut situation? And if viruses 'evolved' in the sunlight and on the surface of the oceans how do they fare in the dark gut?

    On a Q&A a while ago you mentioned that bacteria were (primarily) based on protons but humans on electrons (big simplification and generalization). And I got the impression (maybe wrong) that the bacteria 'took' the protons and left the electrons to us. Am I barking up the wrong tree on this? If correct would it be right to say then that bacteria emit light (photons) but also provide us with electrons? Kind of on this track I heard someone say on the radio today if we had no microbiome we would die...............is that correct to say?

    Sorry a lot of jumbled questions and only answer as you feel it is relevant.
  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The gut makes hydrogen..........what did I tell you in LA about hydrogen? It makes other atoms do things they normally could not do if H2 was not present. It also makes sense why H2 changes water's ability to make more energy for other atoms to transform.........Bacteria and not eukaryotes use hydrogenases to make energy........we use them for that ability. When you lose the bugs who do that........all hell breaks loose in the gut.
  13. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Bacteria in the gut liberate light and molecular H2.........molecular H2 energizes water while also destroying cytokines...........this is how the battle of the gut is won or lost.
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  14. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

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  15. Inger

    Inger Silver

    I found this video very interesting................ wondering if there is an original in German language too
  16. bionaut

    bionaut New Member

    I bet mackerel head smoothies glow like crazy :)
  17. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Jaaa... I bet too :)
    at least they give wonderful energy :) Just had a huge one a few hours back! Uh oh it tasted no good but who really cares...lol

    I ate quite a bit of snow on my walk in the woods today.... no wild edibles... everything was buried under snow... it was sunny.. and i thought I might get some biophotons from the snow as well ;)
    so i ate and ate... it felt very good! :)
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  18. OK so H2 is the important aspect here. I suppose H2 then as a supreme 'chameleon' can use 'protonicity' and all the other magical things you have been explaining. So a question comes to mind primates etc who have much less 'leaky gut' than we do then do not use 'protonicity' etc to the extent we do? I presume that's what you mean by 'a molecular stroke of genius' we kind of 'went back' and took advantage of much earlier and more primitive forms of life to enhance what we could do. We 'captured' and added on to our own capabilities the capabilities of bacteria etc. So now humans use electrons and protons massively and I suppose 'uniquely'

    But 'viral genes' then seem to be another matter entirely or at least a different aspect of leaky gut? I guess it makes sense that 'leaky gut' can take advantage of BOTH viruses and bacteria. Anyway very interesting and hoping I am somewhat on the right track here....................
  19. Josh

    Josh New Member

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  20. ^^ that page is so good
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