Brown Atrophy Is Not Your Highest Choice

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Walk big circles around brown atrophy.

It’s caused when a brown cellular debris called lipofuscin gunks up the heart, liver, or any other organ, including the skin and eyes.

Lipofuscin is more commonly known as “age pigment.”

It’s an index of aging — dogs develop lipofuscin five-and-a-half times faster than human beings.

The major sources of brown atrophy are omega-6 and omega-3 “essential” fatty acids.

(Maybe the Seed Oil and Fish Oil cartels mean “essential to aging.”)

Guido Majno & Isabelle Joris (Cells, Tissues, and Disease : Principles of General Pathology: Principles of General Pathology, Second Edition, 2004) wrote …

“A good way to understand lipofuscin is to compare it with linoleum. Linoleum, as its name implies, is obtained from linseed oil. The British citizen who invented it around 1860 discovered that if linseed oil is heated long enough in the presence of oxygen, it becomes darker and darker, less and less oily, and eventually turns into a solid.”

Ray Peat (“Cholesterol, longevity, intelligence, and health,” RayPeat dot com, 2006-2015) wrote …

“During stress, free fatty acids are released from the tissues, and circulating in the bloodstream they are highly susceptible to oxidation. They contribute to the formation of the age pigment, lipofuscin, which is an oxygen-wasting substance that’s found in the atheroma plaques in the damaged blood vessels. Iron and calcium accumulation adds to the tissue damage.”
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    'Brown Atrophy Is Not Your Highest Choice' have 5 comments

    1. September 14, 2015 @ 7:34 pm Atom

      David A. Goodman (“The 60th Anniversary of Orwell’s 1984,” The New American, Nov. 7, 2009) wrote …

      “School education in 1984 made sure that open-minded intelligent rebels could never emerge again. The masses were granted intellectual liberty because ‘they have no intellect.’ Today in schools, grade inflation and favors to unmotivated yet affluent students are especially rampant in public and private high schools and colleges. The SAT was rewritten to lift the scores of students. Clearly, our culture that bombards viewers with staccato images induces shorter and shorter attention spans, particularly in impressionable youth.”

      https://oneradionetwork.com/geo-politics/david-goodman-ph-d-drugs-lobotomize-neuroscience-during-eisenhower-and-kennedy-years-revisited-and-reignited-today-august-25-2011/

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    2. September 14, 2015 @ 7:37 pm Atom

      According to John Taylor Gatto …

      “The only way out of this suffocating trap we find ourselves in — a trap maintained by forced, standardized, institutional schooling — is by throwing sand into the gears of the machine – just as the colonists sabotaged the mighty British Empire, by the death of a thousand cuts.

      “Let us break the glass in our hall of mirrors and dispose of it once and for all, shard by shard, before it cuts us up.”

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzBSdntnLqs

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    3. September 14, 2015 @ 7:50 pm Atom

      “All bullets tend to go farther at the equator than at the poles because of the lower value of the force of gravity.” — Paul H. Kirkpatrick

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    4. September 14, 2015 @ 7:53 pm Atom

      “Xylitol is commercially produced in Finland, with birch wood chips used as raw material. Xylans from wood chips are acid-hydrolyzed to xylose which is purified by using ion-exchange and chromatographic techniques and is subsequently hydrogenated to xylitol. This is purified and crystallized to produce food-grade xylitol. The production of xylitol is not, however, limited to birch wood as the raw material since a number of waste products such as oat hulls, corncobs, and bagasse can be used.” — Ajit K. Kothari

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    5. September 14, 2015 @ 7:55 pm Atom

      Charles Mackay (Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, 1841, 1852, 2001) wrote …

      “Men, it has been said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, one by one.”

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