How to Yawn #15
Saturated fat is structured carbon dioxide combined with structured water.
Maybe you know about structured water, but have you heard about structured carbon dioxide?
The mathematics of weight loss is worked out in a TED Talk by Ruben Meerman (published Oct. 10, 2013).
The chemical formula for carbon dioxide is CO2.
The chemical formula for water is H2O.
The chemical formula for human fat is C H O.
Most human fat is C55 H104 O6 — the “chemical formula for the average fat molecule.”
Exceptions to the rule include …
C60 H120 O6
C36 H72 O6
When you “lose” weight, where does it go?
Most of it goes out your nose.
C55H104O6 + 78 O2 —> 55CO2 + 52H2O.
Fat + Oxygen exits as Carbon Dioxide + Water.
It’s simple Elemental Mass Mathematics, in beaker-boy-speak.
Carbon dioxide (O=C=O) has mass like all gases, liquids, and solids.
Anything on the Periodic Table of the Elements has mass, including oxygen and carbon.
Chemical energy glues the molecules together.
Weight gain is a form of carbon sequestration, defined by Wikipedia as …
“the process involved in carbon capture and the long-term storage of atmospheric carbon dioxide or other forms of carbon,” etc.
How does a carbonate rock lose carbon?
No, don’t drink it.
Drowning and dissolving are two different things.
Edema and hydration are two different things.
According to Ruben Meerman …
“You can see carbon dioxide has mass when you solidify it, but when you breathe it out you don’t see it. And we’ve been confusing people by talking about kilojoules or calories, and they’re really important but people do not seem to understand that when you lose weight, you’re losing atoms. You can’t just turn atoms into nothing. In fact, science teachers out there, you need to change the way you teach chemistry, because those people and many in this room think that you can turn atoms into energy. Well, it’s one of the founding principles of modern chemistry, you cannot turn an atom into pure energy — it’s called the conservation of mass.”
Fat exits the body as 84% carbon dioxide and 16% water.
By the way, how can you acidify yourself?
Hold your breath to retain carbon dioxide.
In like manner, how do you acidify distilled water.
Use a straw to blow bubbles into the water.
It’s simple beaker-boy Elemental Mass Mathematics …
CO2 + H20 —> H2CO3
Carbon Dioxide + Water —> Carbonic Acid
In the “open water” experiment described above, a great deal of the carbon dioxide escapes into the air.
In the semi-isolated body, it’s a little more complicated.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“Oxygen is consciousness. Hydrogen is craving for geometry. Nitrogen holds the geometry together. Carbon dioxide creates the Diamond Body.”
(To Be Continued)