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“Connections We Are Missing”
Regarding cancer, and electron issues;
It is likely possible to use salt to safely ionize cells before radiation in order to more effectively combat cancerous formations; or at least that we should put such a theory to test. I have no resources to do this myself, or I would be right now. It is important to find natural, or safe ways to affect the atomic wave states in order to better affect success of treatment.
Why do I feel this is something needed? Well for one, our body does not in any way send water molecules to “combat” or “dilute” sodium build up when too much sodium is present; but rather it means we have developed newly ionized objects which water is then bonding to.
Why does this matter? You need to know that when our bodies are dehydrated, we produce sodium. That is true, but its not the full picture. It is not what happens on the atomic level. On the atomic level, we have lost electrons (produced sodium – ionization). This then leads to more water molecules sticking to the newly ionized particle (sodium). It seems the reason our body needs water most is to maintain an electron balance. This is exactly what electrolytes (magnesium is an electrolyte) do; is add more electrons to our body as the structure is broken down.
As water is pulled out of cells they shrink. Remember water is pulled out when the body is dehydrated, because there are sodium structures being generated; due to loss of electrons; which have one outlying electron causing an attraction for additional water molecules from cells. This is a sort of domino effect leading to cell deterioration. This is clearly going to be tied to what needs to be done to combat cancer more effectively. Using salt as a perpetuator before radiation may increase the treatments effectiveness, or at the very least we need to test these kind of things out. Once we know which way it works, we can start trying things out the other way.
Square formats in nature are found due to phase interactions (cancellations) at peak cycle points for atomic structure; ionized interactions – why you find salt in squares. This is also why ionizations tend to lead to either attachment or dispersal of atomic states. Why CO2 can be cleaned.