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Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Today you get a special post on labor day Sept 3, 2018.......CPC#30 is now live on Patreon.

    How do we feed our hungriest organ with alternative fuels? We use sweat glands to do it on our hands and feet. Other primates do not have this ability. Latitude, altitude, and population density are the keys to UV and O2. As altitude increases protons diminish in the atmosphere. At night time as magnetic flux increases there is a less positive charge (protons) in the atmosphere and with sunshine, in the daytime, there is a more positive charge in the atmosphere. The sun’s light is a cathode ray. When it hits the Earth in the daytime, the Earth acts as an anode in this cosmologic circuit and this allows for more evaporation of water on the planet's surface to create more protons to dissipate in the atmosphere. Simultaneously the evaporation effect will liberate more electrons from Earth's surface that our tensegrity system was built to be connected with to Earth's surface via our limbs. this is why humans have sweat glands on their palms and feet because we are designed to collect them as an accessory energy source for our massive brains. https://www.patreon.com/posts/21166317

  2. George Papamarkos

    George Papamarkos New Member

  3. DrEttinger

    DrEttinger Choice, the only thing we control

    Q: At the equator wouldn't our tank be full, in more ways than one? It seems like the best place to feed.
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