DHA + Sunlight = Old Age Spots

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Re: Just listening to Jack Kruse and his referring to Michael Crawford’s DHA research, etc. Jack Kruse is saying that DHA converts sunlight to DC electricity (and vice versa) in our cells. Anyway, do you think the conflicting research on the effects of DHA might be due to the possibility that, if we take in DHA and then are NOT exposed to sunlight, that the unused DHA then ends up deteriorating/reacting in other ways and causing harm? That might account for how some researchers find positive effects and some find negative effects (they are not accounting for what type of light the subjects of the experiment are exposed to)?

Is this why advocates of DHA have Age Spots on their face and hands?

Is this why Age Spots appear on sun-exposed areas of the body first?

Is this why Age Spots are also called Sun Spots or Solar Lentigenes?

Are Sun Spots caused when DHA takes electromagnetic energy and transforms it into electric currents?

Are Sun Spots why DHA has been highly conserved in cell membrane chemistry for 600 million years in eukaryotes?

Is this excessive sun damage caused by DHA’s pi electron cloud?

Are these Old Age Spots what happens when DHA turns the magnetic field into electric current or light?

Are Old Age Spots examples of how sunlight and DHA work in tandem to drive exponential improvements in human health, wellness, and performance?

<>

Horses, minks, and crocodiles live out in the sunshine, yet they are more susceptible to Yellow Fat Disease than human beings.

DHA’s pi electron cloud plus sunlight can turn crocodile fat into a rubber-like mass in mere days.

If you insist on taking fish oil, make sure you stay under deep cold water like the fish do to avoid solar radiation.

<>

X-ray radiation stops inflammation in its tracks, and it was used for that express purpose many times, but as Doctor Phil might say, “How’s that working for you?”

X-ray radiation causes Age Spots too.

But unlike exposure to solar radiation, people exposed to X-ray radiation don’t live long enough to notice them.

<>

It’s classically Yin and Yang …

Google DHA, and it’s the greatest thing since sliced bread.

Google Yellow Fat Disease, and DHA is the easiest way to acquire it.

(Notice I used the word “acquire,” not “get.”)

<>

The good news is that DHA takes a long time to kill you.

Old Age and Disease are examples of chronic lipofuscinosis (Inflamm-Aging and Garb-Aging).
.
.



Missing Podcast?

If you see an error with an archived podcast or know that an episode of our show is missing, please press the button below to send us a message so we can look into it.

Enter your name and email if you want to be notified when this podcast is fixed:

'DHA + Sunlight = Old Age Spots' have 14 comments

  1. December 27, 2017 @ 7:57 am Atom

    One time at the Phoenix Metaphysical Book Store, a guy requested a book on witchcraft so he could kill his girlfriend with a curse.

    I explained how karma worked, and how the curse would come full-circle, targeting him as well.

    He paused and thought about it, then said, “It’s worth it. What book do I buy?”

    http://www.solartiming.com/media–pics-atom-then-and-now.php

    Reply

  2. December 27, 2017 @ 7:59 am Atom

    I’ve never found a physical disease or accident without an accompanying Memory Trace.

    Strike a piece of metal with a hammer, and you imprint an Engram.

    http://www.solartiming.com/store–e-books.php

    Reply

  3. December 27, 2017 @ 1:38 pm Atom

    I love Road Trips but, in an under-serviced 2002 Ford Focus, driving round trip to El Paso in two days is no picnic.

    I once was so tired driving straight through from Dallas to Washington state that pink dolphins pulled my vehicle into Portland.

    And imaginary buildings and bridges were popping up all over the place.

    I kept saying to myself, “Don’t take your eyes off the red taillights. They’re real, so don’t drive through them.”

    I finally pulled over at a road stop on the other side of the Columbia River, and immediately passed out in the driver’s seat.

    <>

    I was driving Tom Lumpkin’s truck to pick Tom and Vicki up at Sea-Tac in Seattle, racing their flight from Dallas to there.

    I beat them there by putting the pedal to the metal.

    Then Tom and Vicki dropped me off at Robert and Sheri’s house in Bellingham while they drove the truck to Canada.

    Then I dropped Tom and Vicki off at the airport again, loaded up all my worldly possessions from a storage unit in Portland, and drove back to Arlingtom, Texas.

    I took it slower on the way back, even stopping to tour Barringer Crater in Arizona. (I was given a special extended tour because I was mistaken for a financial donor.)

    Then I helped Tom and Vicki move to Tahlequah, Oklahoma, before returning to Greg Whiteley’s Aquarian Lifestyle Research in Austin.

    http://www.solartiming.com/media–pics-funny-1.php

    Reply

  4. December 27, 2017 @ 1:44 pm Atom

    Horoscope columnist Rob Brezsny wrote …

    CAPRICORN — Hungarian psychiatrist Thomas Szasz dismissed the idea that a person should be on a quest to “find himself” or “find herself.” “The self is not something that one finds,” he said. Rather, “it is something one creates.” I think that’s great advice for you in 2018, Capricorn. There’ll be little value in wandering around in search of fantastic clues about who you were born to be. Instead you should simply be gung-ho as you shape and craft yourself into the person you want to be.

    AQUARIUS — Is there anything about your attitude or your approach that is a bit immature or unripe? Have you in some way remained an amateur or apprentice when you should or could have become fully professional by now? Are you still a dabbler in a field where you could be a connoisseur or master? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, the coming months will be an excellent time to grow up, climb higher, and try harder. I invite you to regard 2018 as the Year of Kicking Your Own Ass.

    (If the shoe fits, I’ll kick myself in the ass.)

    Reply

  5. December 27, 2017 @ 1:45 pm Atom

    “A real psychic would give past, present and future.” — Sean Harribance

    http://www.chron.com/neighborhood/article/Know-Tell-Sugar-Land-psychic-says-keep-eyes-9598544.php

    Reply

  6. December 27, 2017 @ 1:48 pm Atom

    Back in the 1970s I met MANY psychics and healers, but Sean Harribance was the best I ever encountered (except Swami Nitty-Gritty, of course).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLcd1ttjE_c

    Reply

  7. December 27, 2017 @ 9:58 pm Atom

    Re: Atom, do you ever comment on JK’s posts about DHA and, if so, does he respond and what does he say?

    No, I stay in my own backyard. Jack Kruse is a brilliant man; it’s just that I disagree with 80% of what he writes or says. Until people look under the rock of DHA and confront Yellow Fat Disease, the fish oil and seed oil cartels will continue their deception. I’m paying a heavy price for my stand, and may have to leave the health business for something else. in 2018. Peeing against the wind is no fun! :) :) :)

    As a well-known wellness personality, Jack kruse has everything to lose by debating a complete unknown (except for a small circle of friends). Also, 99.999% of wellness personalities and mainstream scientists are on his side. My only actual “known” allies are Brian Peskin and Ray Peat. At least the Spartans had 300 on their side! LOL

    I’m the Rodney Dangerfield of holistic medicine!

    Reply

  8. December 27, 2017 @ 10:00 pm Atom

    Newspaper astrology has always worked for me.

    Perhaps I’m an archetypal Aquarius?

    Horoscope columnist Rob Brezsny “told” me I would sell my home on a specific day, and I did.

    He “told” me I’d get a Dear John letter from my girlfriend on a specific day, and it happened. (The I Ching “told” me the same thing, so I was doubly prepared.

    He “told” me my brother would visit me on a specific day, and he did. (He lived about 1,000 miles away.)

    Incidentally, I once asked the I Ching if I should marry my girlfriend, and the answer was, “When you drink from a river it is not necessary to submerge your whole head.”

    My first experience with astrology was with a Dell Horoscope magazine. It warned against me taking a trip on Sept. 1, 1956. We were leaving for Vegas in an hour and my Dad was driving. Among other things, we were pushed the last 25 miles into Vegas by an 18-wheeler back when truck drivers were still Knights of the Road. I was also accidentally left behind twice, but my parents came back for me.

    Reply

  9. December 27, 2017 @ 10:01 pm Atom

    I love Road Trips but, in an under-serviced 2002 Ford Focus, driving round trip to El Paso in two days is no picnic.

    I once was so tired driving straight through from Dallas to Washington state that pink dolphins pulled my vehicle into Portland.

    And imaginary buildings and bridges were popping up all over the place.

    I kept saying to myself, “Don’t take your eyes off the red taillights. They’re real, so don’t drive through them.”

    I finally pulled over at a road stop on the other side of the Columbia River, and immediately passed out in the driver’s seat.

    <>

    I was driving Tom Lumpkin’s truck to pick Tom and Vicki up at Sea-Tac in Seattle, racing their flight from Dallas to there.

    I beat them there by putting the pedal to the metal.

    Then Tom and Vicki dropped me off at Robert and Sheri’s house in Bellingham while they drove the truck to Canada.

    Then I dropped Tom and Vicki off at the airport again, loaded up all my worldly possessions from a storage unit in Portland, and drove back to Arlingtom, Texas.

    I took it slower on the way back, even stopping to tour Barringer Crater in Arizona. (I was given a special extended tour because I was mistaken for a financial donor.)

    Then I helped Tom and Vicki move to Tahlequah, Oklahoma, before returning to Greg Whiteley’s Aquarian Lifestyle Research in Austin.

    Reply

    • December 27, 2017 @ 10:02 pm Atom

      Re: Amazing story! You are lucky to be alive!

      While those dolphins were pulling me into Portland, I remembered Adano saying, “The only difference between the inSaint and the insane is that the inSaint can drive his car.” So I hung in there for 75 miles of freeway driving. :)

      Reply

  10. December 29, 2017 @ 5:10 am catalin voinea

    Greetings Mr Atom!
    Is it true that Carnosine extends the Hayflick limit (the maximum number of times a cell can divide) from 50 to up to an additional 10 times?

    Would you even recommend trying to accomplish that? Would there be any downsides to doing so?

    How can we extend this Hayflick limit in natural fashion? Any tips techniques?

    Thanks in advance!

    Reply

    • December 30, 2017 @ 9:18 pm Atom

      There is no Hayflick limit except in the imagination of Leonard Hayflick and anyone who subscribes to his “story.”

      Ray Peat “Stem cells, cell culture, and culture: Issues in regeneration,” 2007) wrote …

      “To draw global conclusions about an organism’s development and aging from the degenerative processes seen in a single type of cell, grown in isolation from all normal stimuli, would have been treated as nothing but wild speculation, except that it occurred within a culture that needed it. No aspect of Hayflick’s cell culture system could properly be called physiological.”

      Note the phrase, “it occurred within a culture that needed it.”

      Reply

      • December 31, 2017 @ 5:23 am catalin voinea

        Thanks once again!

        Always learning something amazing from you!

        Blessings!

        Reply

        • December 31, 2017 @ 4:04 pm Atom

          Happy New You!

          It’s almost 2018.

          Reply


Would you like to share your thoughts?

Your email address will not be published.

©Copyright One Radio Network 2014 • All rights reserved. Site built by RedLotus AustinThe information on this website and talk shows is solely for informational and entertainment purposes. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. Neither the Editors, producers of One Radio Network, Patrick Timpone, their guests or web masters take responsibility for any possible consequences from any treatment, procedure, exercise, dietary modification, action or application of medication which results from reading or following the information contained on this website in written or audio form, live or podcasts. The publication of this information does not constitute the practice of medicine, and this information does not replace the advice of your physician or other health care provider. Before undertaking any course of treatment, the reader must seek the advice of their physician or other health care provider and take total responsibility for his or her actions at all times. Patrick Joseph of the family of Timpone, a man...All rights reserved, without recourse.