Cancer: how to produce it, stop producing it, & prevent it

I will here address the effect labeled “cancer” and how to to produce it, prevent it, etc…. I will also address how pH alters the ability to use oxygen (meaning that adding oxygen while ignoring pH may be ineffective). 


Some of you may know my orientation that electromagnetics rules biochemistry (& nutrition), which is based on the observation that if you take 1000 lab rats who eat a wide variety of diets (even with a variety of exposure to toxins) and you dunk all of them in very strong acid for 60 seconds or expose them to strong shocks like 1-minute long lightning bolts, they all tend to die. Yes, no matter what their biochemistry, they all die.

So, I propose that electromagnetism rules biochemistry. In this case, pH levels rule the use of oxygen. To see documentation that falling pH reduces cellular oxygen consumption, see “table 1” at the top of page 3 of the journal of the American Heart Association:http://stroke.ahajournals.org/content/4/2/221.full.pdf

Next, I want to correct a possible misconception before we proceed. Celsius and Fahrenheit are two scales that measure the same thing. Likewise, voltage and pH are also two scales that measure the same thing: the relative amount of electrons to protons. In other words, they measure magnetic polarity.


When there is a relative abundance of electrons, that can be measured numerically as a negative voltage or a pH above 7 (alkalinity). When there is a relative abundance of protons, that can be measured numerically as a positive voltage or a pH below 7 (acidity). How do batteries produce voltage? Things like battery acid (with a very low pH or positive voltage) are involved in creating a current of flowing electrons. Electricity is magnetism.


So, what happens when you pour acid on a lab rat’s skin? It burns. It produces inflammation. It gets red. It irritates nerves and signals pain (if the rat is healthy rather than numbed/comatose).

Now, what happens if there is internal acidity (not as strong as pouring battery acid on the rat’s skin)? The EXACT same thing happens.

However, when the dropping of pH is happening slowly, like across decades, there is no intense pain (but often there is chronic pain like “from” fibromyalgia or “from” arthritis- all from acidity). With falling pH, there is a decreasing ability to use oxygen in aerobic metabolism. Why? Because electrons are needed to metabolize oxygen. When pH is below 7, that means that all the electrons are already coupled with protons. 

It requires a very strong magnetism to pull electrons away from a proton. It requires very little magnetic polarity to pull away an uncoupled electron.

So, when pH is low, anaerobic bacteria (and even fungus) will proliferate. Parasites may also come to consume the decaying tissue.

Keep in mind that all living tissue naturally decays eventually. A healthy organism will be replenishing tissues as fast as they are decaying. Otherwise, decayed tissue can accumulate. If the body is unable to remove accumulations of decayed tissue, someone may label that “having cancer,” as if presuming that cancer is some living thing that can “spread” and “produce” the effect of a tumor.

That idea is idiotic (though popular). Cancer is a label for an effect, like “rash.” Rash does not cause inflammation. Rash is a name for a type of inflammation. What causes the rash? The same thing causes the rash that causes the tumor/cancer:

electromagnetics (which can be measured as pH or as voltage)


Quiz:

#1 What causes joint pain and inflammation?

A) a biochemical demon called “Arthritis” that can spread and possess YOU
B) Electromagnetic polarity

#2 What causes an accumulation of decayed tissue called a tumor?

A) a biochemical demon called “Cancer” that can spread and possess YOU
B) Electromagnetic polarity

#3 What causes the rash on the skin of a lab rat?

A) a biochemical demon called “a fever” that can spread and possess YOU
B) Electromagnetic polarity

#4 What causes a pH of 6.9?
A) a biochemical demon called “acidosis” that can spread and possess YOU
B) Electromagnetic polarity

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