Making Babies Prematurely Old

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

 

Ray Peat (“Unsaturated fatty acids: Nutritionally essential, or toxic?,” 2006-2016) wrote …

“With aging, the highly peroxidizable fatty acids, arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acid, increase greatly in a variety of tissues, and lipid peroxidation increases with aging.”

Then why does Mainstream Moronic Medicine advise giving arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acid to infants?

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Are old babies the goal of the Assassins In White (especially the ones in white lab coats surrounded by test tubes)?

Is the agenda Early Onset Yellow Fat Disease?

Yellow Fat Disease + Vaccinations = Human Population Planning?

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According to NASA (Office of the Chief Technologist) …

“In the 1980s, Baltimore-based Martin Marietta Corporation worked with the Agency to test the use of certain strains of microalgae as part of the NASA experiment. Martin Marietta scientists realized that the algae’s properties were valuable to people not only in space, but here on Earth — as a nutritional supplement. Fueled by this discovery, in 1985 the scientists formed Martek Biosciences Corporation, in Columbia, Maryland.

“The primary discovery Martek made while exploring properties of microalgae for use in long-duration space flights was identifying a strain of algae that produces docosahexaenoc acid (DHA) naturally and in high quantities. Using the same principles, the company also patented a method for developing another fatty acid that plays a key role in infant health, arachidonic acid (ARA).”

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According to NASA’s Technology Transfer Program (“Bringing NASA Technology Down to Earth”) …

“After the program [Closed Environment Life Support System], Martek scientists continued to build on the research they’d done for NASA and hit on a species, crypthecodinium cohnii, that produces high levels of DHA. To create Formulaid, the company extracted the oil from the algae cells and combined it with another fatty acid, arachidonic acid, taken from a species of fungus. Both are found in human breast milk but were not in most baby formulas at the time. Martek then discovered, developed, and commercialized a different strain of algae, Schizochytrium, to make DHA-rich oils for human nutritional supplement and food and beverage applications. DHA omega-3 oil from this algae is now used in more than 500 human products, and Schizochytrium algae is also used to produce DHAgold for animal feed applications. To make DHAgold, the algae cells are dried intact and formulated into the product, which makes it less expensive to produce. When the animal digests it, the lipids in the cells are released and become bioavailable.”

Re: hit on a species. Translation: It’s a genetically-modified organism (GMO).

Re: developed, and commercialized a different strain of algae. Translation: It’s another genetically-modified organism (GMO).

These Franken-toxins are extensively found in ORGANIC food, especially infant formulae, baby cereal, and jars of baby food.

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Are veterinarians becoming Assassins In White too?

Or are they just hapless dupes of the Corporate Brain Aging Industrial Complex?

Expect your pet to die earlier thanks to Space Age Science.

According to “Algae-Derived Dietary Ingredients Nourish Animals” (NASA again) …

“Columbia, Maryland-based Martek Biosciences Corporation, the same company that in the mid-1990s introduced the world to Formulaid — a NASA spinoff that is now included in nearly all US infant formulas and those in more than 75 other countries (Spinoff 1996, 2008) — began offering a similar product a few years later called DHAgold, intended as an ingredient in farm animal and aquaculture feed. DHAgold has since been marketed to pet food companies as well.”

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Better Living Through Biotech Chemistry?

Or Shorter and Sicker Living Though Biotech Chemistry?

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Durk Pearson & Sandy Shaw (Life Extension: A Practical Scientific Approach, 1982) wrote …

“We know that polyunsaturated fats are much more susceptible to oxidation and the subsequent generation of free radicals. Since there is a high content in the brain of the very highly polyunsaturated fatty acid docosahexanoic acid (the precursor of which is dietary linolenic acid, also polyunsaturated), it is likely that a major part of brain aging is due to free radicals generated during the abnormal, inadequately controlled oxidation of these fatty acids. Possibly the decline in sensory perception associated with age may be due at least in part to free radical damage in the brain. Sensory nerves involving vision, hearing, taste, and smell all contain large amounts of very easily peroxidized docosahexanoic acid.”
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'Making Babies Prematurely Old' have 6 comments

  1. December 2, 2016 @ 10:26 am Atom

    Dang these newfangled devices!

    Big Government often slows the progress of technology.

    Case in point — the Anti-Dial Senators.

    The U.S. Senate passed the following Resolution back in 1930 …

    “Whereas dial telephones are more difficult to operate than are manual telephones; and Whereas Senators are required, since the installation of dial phones in the Capitol, to perform the duties of telephone operators in order to enjoy the benefits of telephone service; and Whereas dial telephones have failed to expedite telephone service; Therefore be it resolved that the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate is authorized and directed to order the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. to replace with manual phones within 30 days after the adoption of this resolution, all dial telephones in the Senate wing of the United States Capitol and in the Senate office building.”

    Virginia Senator Carter Glass (1858-1946) fumed …

    “An abomination! I object to being transformed into one of the employees of the telephone company without compensation.”

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    “Hey, Atom! Is that the same Carter Glass known as the Father of the Federal Reserve?”

    “Yowzzza! Gitchy Gitchy Ya Ya Ga Ga! The One and Only.”

    http://solartiming.com/

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  2. December 2, 2016 @ 10:31 am Atom

    Google “yellow fat disease,” and you’ll find there are basically only three ways to get it …

    DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) from fish or algae

    EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) from fish or algae

    ALA (alpha-linolenic acid) from flax, chia, hemp, soy, etc.

    http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Yellow-Fat-Disease-III

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  3. December 3, 2016 @ 10:16 am Christopher

    Thank you ATOM for these blogs. Love the way you present stuff with quotes.
    Hi. Could you please share if you have any more knowledge if the cobalamin tonic. I’m taking it now and then and it feels great. What is the actual name of the b12 in use from this tonic? Is it good for kidney function when its taken in the Growth Timing of the morning?

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    • December 6, 2016 @ 2:35 pm Atom

      Swami Nitty-Gritty never disclosed the form of vitamin B-12 created and/or boosted by Cobalamin Tonic, and I’ve yet to find that information.

      Caffeine interferes with the actions of (or directly inhibits) calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, zinc, copper, manganese, vitamin A, vitamin D, and the B vitamins … except for vitamin B-12.

      Caffeine increases B-12 absorption by stimulating the production of stomach acid and stomach factor.

      That’s why Cobalamin Tonic is best taken at Stomach Time (7:00-9:00 a.m.).

      If the increase of B-12 is created — rather than boosted — it probably involves aerobic and/or anaerobic bacteria and genes like cobG, cobN, or cobW (aerobic) or cbiD or cbiG (anaerobic).

      Cobalamin Tonic (IN TEMPORAL CONTEXT) prevents kidney stones and REDUCES blood pressure.

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  4. December 4, 2016 @ 4:44 pm sebastian

    off topic question: gallium, europium. ever mentioned by adano? do you know of any food sources? i find the lanthanides very interesting health wise and they have their own hidden part in homeopathy that’s amused me with interesting texts for a long time. thank you for your input (i see you’re big on the omega 3 bashing now :) i think it’s great. when consuming a lot of flax this year i felt sensitive even to the radiation of my computer screen. now, having been on butter and coconut oil for a long time that’s all gone)

    ps. if you could do a blog post with swami nitty gritty on rare trace elements and their sources iin the future i’d shoot hoops.

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    • December 6, 2016 @ 3:09 pm Atom

      “Take europium for endorphins,” according to Swami Nitty-Gritty. He mentioned Body Toddy as a source.

      Body Toddy went out of business (because it was being transported in oil tanker trucks). (T.J. Clark Colloidal Minerals are a cleaner version of the same thing.)

      “Grow these crystals [gallium arsenide crystals] behind the ears for psychic abilities by taking horseradish or ginseng,” according to Nitty-Gritty.

      “Gallium arsenide crystals are grown in outer space for computer chips,” he added.

      (Gallium neutralizes the prooxidant effects of iron or copper.)

      Trace elements are extensively covered in my four-volume e-book, Butterflies Need No Taxidermist: An Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Resurrection Lifestyles of Swami Nitty-Gritty. Here’s a sample entry …

      gallium — (chemical symbol Ga), atomic element number 31 of the Periodic Table, one of the “56 trace elements” of SOLAR NUTRITION THREE. Gallium has 4 energy levels: 2 electrons in the first and inside level, 8 electrons in the second level, 18 electrons in the third level, and 3 electrons in the fourth and outside level. Emanuel Revici, M.D., classified gallium as an anabolic element hierarchically associated with the cellular level of the body (monocellular cytoplasmic formations). This fourth period boron family metal can be translated as either “French metal” or “Lecoq’s metal.” Unlike most metals, it expands when it solidifies, just like water. Gallium will melt in the palm of your hand (85.6 degrees Fahrenheit is all it takes). Mercury, cesium, rubidium, or gallium can liquefy near room temperature. Gallium is used in quartz-tube thermometers that measure higher temperatures than mercury thermometers. FDA-approved galinstan thermometers contain gallium, indium, and tin. Gallium arsenide semiconductors that can convert electricity into coherent light are used in transistors and laser light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Gallium nitride is used in computer chips and digital lighting fixtures that are virtually heat-free and can last up to 100,000 hours. Indium gallium arsenide is used in solar cells. A stable photovoltaic device known as “CIGS” is made of copper, indium, gallium, and diselenide. When a neutrino strikes a gallium nucleus, it can transform it into radioactive germanium-71, which is why gallium is used to detect these illusive subatomic particles. Neutrino detectors containing gallium are buried deep underground. The largest of these neutrino detectors is known as SAGE (Soviet-American Gallium Experiment), and it contains close to 60 million dollars worth of gallium. Radioactive gallium-67 is used to detect and treat cancer, including melanoma. Gallium neutralizes the prooxidant effects of iron or copper. Gallium nitrate is used to reduce serum calcium levels. Gallium is a co-factor in certain enzymes in the human brain, and it seems to protect against brain cancer. Gallium is a MORNING Zone One element, and RED is its single color spectral predominance (or violet in the Attuned Color Wave system of Dinshah P. Ghadiali, a narrow violet ray appearing at about 417 nanometers on its wavelength spectrum, which would mean gallium is an evening Zone Three element). Adano said, “Gallium gives you gall. Gall is courage. In China, the gall of notorious criminals was steeped in rice as a tonic.”

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