Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Acid salt health

Apple Cider Vinegar!

It's a harmless fad. Is it the apple? No, the helpful part is the vinegar. Acetic Acid. A weak, organic acid. CH3-COOH. That single H is the acid bit. The CH3 is a methyl bit. No harm. Why is acid so useful?

Humans are a typical animal: we are doughnut shaped. A torus. The hole is outside the actual body, but is completely outside humans consideration. The lips guard the opening, then the teeth, the saliva, the muscles of the gullet and then the stomach. We secrete a strong acid there. H-Cl. This will easily dissolve flesh. If there is enough. Most humans do not have enough and that means they get progressively weaker and unhealthy.

The purpose of the acid is to literally bash what we swallow. Saliva has many very valuable chemicals. Clever ones like stuff that kills cancer! And dissolves carbohydrates into sugar. Acid just twists and burns what ever it touches. Until it is used up. It gets recovered later. But if there is not enough then it cannot totally denature food. Nor kill bacteria, nor disassemble viruses, fungi, yeasts etc.

If too much non bashed food gets into the small intestine, then it makes our immune system attack us! Rheumatism, arthritis, inflammation and plaque follows. Acid is that important!

So important that Romans paid for their armies with salt, salarium. Salary. Salt. But what has salt to do with acid? Salt is mostly NaCl. Sodium Chloride. Lying quacks tell us we eat too much salt. They know that if we eat too much then we become strong and healthy and our urine takes away any excess salt. The Illness Industry depends upon people being sick. Not strong.

Na, sodium, is vital to carry electromagnetic energy to muscles, such as the heart. Not enough and there is a heart attack. Too much and there is a heart attack. But we get rid of the excess easily. But if we do not have enough, the heart is protected with what we can send there, leaving the staomach acid weak and inadequate.

Cl is vital for the acid in our stomach. We get rid of the excess easily.

Sea salt is best as animal bodies were formed inside a sea salty environment. It contains amounts of potassium and iodine and other vital chemical elements.

Put as much salt on your food as you can tolerate! Enjoy salty snacks! You will get a healthier heart and your stomach will prevent you from inflammation!

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Pentax/Ricoh 25mm F1: 1.4 C Mount lens

This lens is designated C but is also a B lens, meaning it can cover a one inch sensor in Ricoh parlance. C lenses normally are 2/3 inch sensor lenses.

Tiny lens, one inch wide and one and one half long. While convenient, this means controlling the aperture and focus requires care as the lens is so small.

It will focus to 11 inches and through to infinity. F1.4 to F22.

On a m4/3 sensor, it suffers degraded performance at the corners, with some darkening, merely loss of light, as well. But in video mode, and 16:9 this is unnoticeable except for critics. Very fine resolution. I attach samples.

The first is 100% of the last shot at one foot away. The grass is F8, showing darkening and depth of focus without much diffraction. Trees are 1.4 bouquet demo.

Currently, this retails for $80 in USA.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Death is merely a door

If you think the world cannot carry on after you die, you have an ego in control, making you miserable!

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Russell v Russell, House of Lords

Monarchy is dependant upon nature, not God!

It is in the nature of women to give birth, if they are lucky. Who is the father? If the father is not the lawful consort of the Queen or the King of the Realm, it is treason!

Russell was a peer but not the father. Nonetheless, the House of Lords established the rule: a son born of a woman in wedlock, is the son of the father and may inherit.

The English and apparently the Scottish, King, James II conceded succession to William of Orange, a Hebrew and his daughter Mary, who ruled jointly. Anyone but a Roman can rule what some call Zion or the New Jerusalem.

But may we trace a line of succession from them?

No, we may not!

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Learning of life

I recall being a child. I was very concerned about the adult world. It seemed so complicated. Adults were so slow, yet they knew so much. They had so many things to do.

So life was a long process of decoding what people were doing. What they said, the way they said it. As I learned more, I judged more. The words, the accent and then, what they did not say.

Our interior world reflects, we hope our external world. It seldom does, as we never become adept at deciphering the lies and half truths used to conceal weakness and intention.

Some of us learn to dissemble and lie to protect our feelings, not fully understanding that bullying is a sign of weakness. The weakness of hidden feelings can become crippling unless we construct other personalities or modes of expression and use them.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Plasma rivers surround us in our atmosphere.

How do clouds attain a flat bottom? They float upon a charge layer that is self insulating.