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Sodium Chlorite, Citric Acid, and Calcium Hypochlorite. The New Reality…

Posted in Health, Medicine on September 29, 2014 by betweentwopines

The issue of the Krebs Cycle (1943) is front and center when regarding any health issue whatsoever, and that “cycle” determines the functionality of each individual cell in our body .

The modern term is “Citric Acid Cycle”, and the importance of that citric acid is prioritized. There are complex events taking place within all cells due to the ongoing actions of that cycle, but the important part is the production and discharge of the energies which “fire” the various “Voltage-Gated Ion Channels” contained within each.

To see an animation of the channels in action and the flow of ions both into, and outside the cell, follow this link.

In order for the Citric Acid Cycle to function correctly, diet must include all or most food groups. The intake of natural source Potassium is critical. Given our cultural obsession with chemical additives, you can see the increasing difficulty in maintaining or restoring conditions required by our very nature for the human body’s health.

There are different strengths and different speeds of energies coming from different Element decays, and there also are “sub units” of energies produced.

These energy discharges do not occur by happenstance; they are part of the Natural Human Design.–AA

The energy discharge created by the specific decay rates of the elements involved, is actually aimed at the specific voltage gated channel that it passes through.

Please appreciate the Intelligence and singular intent that orders these complex operations. Then consider the arrogant intent that results in mucking them up. The good news is that what has been put asunder, can be restored to order. A body that has been orchestrated and manipulated into ill-health, can be healthy once again. –AA

The Channels, such as the Potassium channels, the Chlorine channels, and the Calcium Channels are targeted due to designed “Communication” between the energy source, and the energy “target” at the channel’s opening. The targets are smears of Amino Acid.

Of the 22 standard amino acids, 20 are coded, in essence, “written,” by the universal genetic code. Want to change the message? Change the amino acids. Inadvertently change the amino acids, change the health. Intentionally change the amino acids, destroy the health. Restore the standard amino acids specified within the genetic code, restore the health.

Eight of those twenty-two amino acids are essential to human life, and can ONLY be taken in through proper diet. Most important to this discussion, are the 5 positive or negative electrically charged  amino acids, and that it is known that the “Alpha” amino acids communicate with Beta- Decay Energy sources.

Considering the energy, sodium decay produces ~20% of the energy produced by Potassium decay in paired discharge, then Potassium produces five fold that energy, in paired discharge. The Potassium decay is VERY powerful, and will “jump-start” the impaired or dormant voltage gated channel.

This is where the Chlorite Matrix enters.

Molecule size must be small for these processes to work.

The “Chlorite Matrix” is a solution made with Sodium Chlorite, and usually Citric Acid. Other acid, such as Acetic, Lactic, Humic, and Ascorbic can be substituted.

The use of Lactic Acid is “specifically directed” to the production of “Beta- propane” or Acetone. That issue will come later. Per my research involving Sodium Chlorite/Citric Acid (or Acetic Acid) produced ClO2 Emission Spectroscopy, the only difference produced by using different acid reagents, is the total time of “survival moment” of the Chlorine Dioxide molecule which was produced by the Sodium Chlorite/Citric Acid reaction. The breakup of the Chlorine Dioxide molecule is important.


In order for the Chlorite Matrix to produce the expected results, the Sodium Chlorite MUST BE Sodium CHLORITE, and the Citric Acid MUST BE PURE and from a NATURAL SOURCE.

The water used MUST NOT BE OZONATED.  NO OZONE. The water MUST NOT contain anything which may react with Chlorine, producing Organochlorines. Later, i will provide the latest science regarding the Genotoxicity of ozone treated water, but start with this.

Google…  “Possible Involvement of Oxidative Stress in Potassium Bromate-induced Genotoxicity in Human HepG2 Cells.”

Potassium Bromate (KBrO3,PB) is a byproduct of Ozone used as Disinfectant in Drinking Water….

There are several versions of the Chlorite Matrix which are well-known. Beginning with the earliest (1984) published work (so far), the Sarin et al work with his chlorite matrix is continually referred to by Authors of related papers, and that Chlorite Matrix invention is now protected by Dr. Friedrich W. Kuhne of OXO CHEMIE AG, Switzerland.

That evidence exists within the Patentstorm registered 6086922 “WF10″ chlorite matrix based compound’s four patents. I recommend that you search Sarin et al Chlorite Matrix, and read it five times. Print it out. Pass it out. Mag it to your fridge.

Abstract of Patent 6086922

Within that international patent, there are the results regarding the use of that Chlorite Matrix based WF10 in HUMAN TRIALS is there. The science is well represented, and the results are clearly stated. The WF10, administered by injection, successfully “cured/ended” the HIV/AIDS issue with regard to the four HIV/AIDS infected volunteers. The numbers regarding the return of T cell, NK cells, and ATP production are stated, along with the 9-week long WF10 administration process that was required.



China to start direct currency trading with euro

Posted in Finance, News, Warnings on September 29, 2014 by betweentwopines

China will begin direct trading between its yuan currency and the euro on Tuesday (Sep 30), the national foreign exchange market’s operator said, as Beijing seeks to broaden the unit’s global usage.

SHANGHAI: China will begin direct trading between its yuan currency and the euro on Tuesday (Sep 30), the national foreign exchange market’s operator said, as Beijing seeks to broaden the unit’s global usage.

The China Foreign Exchange Trade System already offers a platform for yuan-euro transactions but direct trading means the US dollar will not be used as an intermediary currency to calculate rates, according to a statement released on Monday.

The market operator said the move aimed to promote bilateral trade and investment, facilitate the use of yuan in cross-border trade and lower conversion costs. In June, China started direct trade between the yuan and Britain’s pound, one of several currencies to be included in a streamlined regime.

China has long had direct currency trade with the United States, and in recent years has added Japan’s yen, the Australian dollar, the New Zealand dollar and Malaysian ringgit.

Beijing keeps a tight grip on the capital account – investment and financial transactions, rather than those related to trade – on worries that unpredictable inflows or outflows could harm the economy and reduce its control over it. But China is seeking greater use of the yuan – also known as the renminbi (RMB) – in line with its status as the world’s second-largest economy and to challenge the US dollar, analysts say.

“Direct trading brings together the RMB with the world’s second-most actively traded currency and is a significant step in (the) RMB’s globalisation,” said Ryan Song, head of markets for China at British bank HSBC, which is acting as a market maker for the new pair.

“The trade and investment ties between China and the European Union, as two of the world’s major economies, can be further strengthened through the greater convenience of direct trading in this pair,” he said in an HSBC statement.

The yuan closed at 7.8085 to the euro on Monday, according to the China Foreign Exchange Trade System.

‘Cloaking’ device uses ordinary lenses to hide objects across range of angles

Posted in Science, Technology on September 29, 2014 by betweentwopines

University of Rochester
Inspired perhaps by Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak, scientists have recently developed several ways — some simple and some involving new technologies — to hide objects from view. The latest effort not only overcomes some of the limitations of previous devices, but it uses inexpensive, readily available materials in a novel configuration.



Inspired perhaps by Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak, scientists have recently developed several ways — some simple and some involving new technologies — to hide objects from view. The latest effort, developed at the University of Rochester, not only overcomes some of the limitations of previous devices, but it uses inexpensive, readily available materials in a novel configuration.

“There’ve been many high tech approaches to cloaking and the basic idea behind these is to take light and have it pass around something as if it isn’t there, often using high-tech or exotic materials,” said John Howell, a professor of physics at the University of Rochester. Forgoing the specialized components, Howell and graduate student Joseph Choi developed a combination of four standard lenses that keeps the object hidden as the viewer moves up to several degrees away from the optimal viewing position.

“This is the first device that we know of that can do three-dimensional, continuously multidirectional cloaking, which works for transmitting rays in the visible spectrum,” said Choi, a PhD student at Rochester’s Institute of Optics.

Many cloaking designs work fine when you look at an object straight on, but if you move your viewpoint even a little, the object becomes visible, explains Howell. Choi added that previous cloaking devices can also cause the background to shift drastically, making it obvious that the cloaking device is present.

In order to both cloak an object and leave the background undisturbed, the researchers determined the lens type and power needed, as well as the precise distance to separate the four lenses. To test their device, they placed the cloaked object in front of a grid background. As they looked through the lenses and changed their viewing angle by moving from side to side, the grid shifted accordingly as if the cloaking device was not there. There was no discontinuity in the grid lines behind the cloaked object, compared to the background, and the grid sizes (magnification) matched.

The Rochester Cloak can be scaled up as large as the size of the lenses, allowing fairly large objects to be cloaked. And, unlike some other devices, it’s broadband so it works for the whole visible spectrum of light, rather than only for specific frequencies.

Their simple configuration improves on other cloaking devices, but it’s not perfect. “This cloak bends light and sends it through the center of the device, so the on-axis region cannot be blocked or cloaked,” said Choi. This means that the cloaked region is shaped like a doughnut. He added that they have slightly more complicated designs that solve the problem. Also, the cloak has edge effects, but these can be reduced when sufficiently large lenses are used.

In a new paper submitted to the journal Optics Express Howell and Choi provide a mathematical formalism for this type of cloaking that can work for angles up to 15 degrees, or more. They use a technique called ABCD matrices that describes how light bends when going through lenses, mirrors, or other optical elements.

While their device is not quite like Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak, Howell had some thoughts about potential applications, including using cloaking to effectively let a surgeon “look through his hands to what he is actually operating on,” he said. The same principles could be applied to a truck to allow drivers to see through blind spots on their vehicles.

Howell became interested in creating simple cloaking devices with off-the-shelf materials while working on a holiday project with his children. Together with his 14 year-old son and Choi, he recently published a paper about some of the possibilities, and also demonstrated simple cloaking with mirrors, like magicians would use, in a brief video.

Video 1:

Video 2:

  1. Purchase 2 sets of 2 lenses with different focal lengths f1 and f2 (4 lenses total, 2 with f1 focal length, and 2 with f2 focal length)
  2. Separate the first 2 lenses by the sum of their focal lengths (So f1 lens is the first lens, f2 is the 2nd lens, and they are separated by t1= f1+ f2).
  3. Do the same in Step 2 for the other two lenses.
  4. Separate the two sets by t2=2 f2 (f1+ f2) / (f1 f2) apart, so that the two f2 lenses are t2 apart.


  • Achromatic lenses provide best image quality.
  • Fresnel lenses can be used to reduce the total length (2t1+t2)
  • Smaller total length should reduce edge effects and increase the range of angles.
  • For an easier, but less ideal, cloak, you can try the 3 lens cloak in the paper.




Chinese Boy with Ability to See in Pitch Black Stuns Medics

Posted in News, Paranormal on September 28, 2014 by betweentwopines

By Realnews24

A young Chinese boy who was born with beaming blue eyes has stunned medics with his ability to see in pitch black darkness.

Nong Yousui from Dahua, China has eyes that reflect neon green when light is shined on them. Doctors have studied Nong’s amazing eyesight since his dad took him to hospital concerned over his bright blue eyes.

“They told me he would grow out of it and that his eyes would stop glowing and turn black like most Chinese people but they never did”, his Dad said.

Nong enjoys playing outside with his schoolmates but experiences discomfort when in bright sunlight, however can see completely clearly in pure darkness.

To test his abilities, a Chinese journalist prepared a set of questionnaires which he was able to finish while sitting in a pitch black room. The tests show Nong can read and write perfectly without any light and can see as clearly as most people do during the day.

According to the World Record Academy (the leading international organization which certify world records), Nong has even set the world record for the first human who can see in the dark.

In animals, night vision is made possible by the existence of a thin layer of cells, called the tapetum lucidum. And like a Siamese cat, Nong’s sky-blue eyes flash neon green when illuminated by a flashlight.

Nong’s night vision has sparked interest around the world by vision scientists, evolutionary biologists, and genetic engineers. And this is good news for science as we may eventually be able to use genetic technologies to deliberately create such a condition ourselves.

A new and growing generation of extraordinary and gifted children are springing up across our planet.




How To Stop Being Fat The Absurdist Way

Posted in Food, Health, Medicine on September 28, 2014 by betweentwopines

A post by AnarchoCapitalist at ATS.


Apparently the ultimate way to lose weight is to become a drunk stoner whose diet consists of chocolate bars and peanut butter sandwiches.You think I’m pulling your chain?

Step 1. Drink a couple medium sized glasses of wine or hard alcohol mixers every day.

A six-year study of 43,500 people by the University of Denmark. Key findings: teetotallers and infrequent
             drinkers ended up with the biggest waistlines, daily drinkers had the smallest.Step 2. Smoke a joint every day.

Current marijuana users had significantly smaller waist circumference than participants who had never used marijuana, even after adjusting for factors like age, sex, tobacco and alcohol use, and physical activity levels. They also had higher levels of HDL (“good cholesterol“). The most significant differences between those who smoked marijuana and those who never or no longer did was that current smokers’ insulin levels were reduced by 16 percent and their insulin resistance (a condition in which the body has trouble absorbing glucose from the bloodstream) was reduced by 17 percent.

People who had previously used marijuana, but not in the past thirty days, tended to have similar outcomes, but to a much lesser degree. In addition, none of these measures were impacted by how much marijuana people reported smoking.

Step 3. Eat chocolate with lunch and dinner.

Eat chocolate 20 minutes before and five minutes after lunch and dinner to cut your appetite by up to 50 percent…. In one study from the University of L’Aquila in Italy, people who ate a candy bar’s worth of dark chocolate once a day for 15 days in a row decreased their potential for insulin resistance by almost 50 percent.

Step 4. Try swapping out the carbs in your diet for fat.

In 2003, a U.S. university team of nutritionists tested two slimming diets — each amounting to the same number of calories — on a group of overweight women.

One diet was very low-fat and relatively high in carbohydrate. The other was high in fat but low in carbohydrate. What do you think happened?

The low-fat dieters lost 3.9kg (almost 9lb), but the high-fat dieters lost more than twice that: 8.5kg (almost 19lb).

Step 5. Eat nuts, including peanuts and peanut butter.

Bleich, who wasn’t involved in the new report, said his own work has shown measures of insulin resistance — a diabetes predictor — were lower when people added nuts to their diets.

“One would generally think if you’re increasing the ‘fat content’ of the diet, you might in fact make insulin resistance worse,” he told Reuters Health. “It speaks to this issue of the quality of the fats that we consume.”

Nuts may also suppress hunger because of their unsaturated fats, fiber and protein, the researchers noted.

Step 6. Stop doing cardio and start lifting weights.

The first reason weight lifting is a good option for fat loss is because it boosts metabolic rate both over the short term as well as over the long term. In the hours after an intense weight-lifting session you will experience an increase in metabolic rate. What’s more, weight lifting will help you maintain your total amount of lean muscle mass, creating a permanent increase in metabolism.

Cardio training will only cause a short rise in metabolic rate for an hour or two after the session, taking away from the overall calorie-burning benefits compared with resistance training.

Often, overdoing cardio will actually decrease your total lean body mass, so you could see a reduction in metabolism over time working against your fat loss efforts…

The second reason to choose weight lifting for fat loss purposes is because, while cardio may make you lose weight, weight lifting will help you lose body fat, altering your body composition.

Many individuals who just hop on the treadmill to lose the pounds don’t end up looking much different — even if they do successfully lose 10 to 20 pounds. This is because they still have the same proportion of muscle mass to body fat; they are just “smaller.”

Step 7. Cut out the caffeine.

For some people, a high caffeine intake could result in weight gain or make weight loss very difficult, if not impossible…Just like stress and a lack of sleep are associated with weight gain because of the increase they cause in your cortisol levels, you can also experience problems with your weight by drinking too much coffee. High cortisol levels resulting from excessive caffeine are more likely to put extra weight around your waist, according to Dr. Len Kravitz, program coordinator of exercise science and a researcher at the University of New Mexico

Step 8. Go to Old Country Buffet and gorge yourself on all items until you can’t breathe without unbuttoning your pants.

Since that’s what you’ve been planning to do this entire time anyways. Why do all that work when you can become morbidly obese and ride around on a government provided rascal? Think of the rascal. It needs you.

In all seriousness, the ultimate bottom line is that a caloric deficit needs to be reached (with the apparent exception of calories from alcohol) in order for a person to lose weight. However, armed with the research above, reaching that caloric deficit may be quite an enjoyable process.

I love how everything listed is pretty much the opposite of conventional dieting. Caffeine can make you gain weight? Pot can make you lose weight? What!?

It seems the conventional diet being pushed by the likes of Michelle Obama hasn’t done very well at reducing America’s bloated disgusting waistline. Perhaps a drunk-stoner-chocolate-peanut butter diet should be promoted instead. I would kill to attend a high school that offered these menu options.

Think about it. We could kill two birds with one stone! No kid would EVER skip school or drop out, and they would all be fit! You can’t teach a kid if he isn’t there to learn!

Are Weaponized ‘Crab Walker’ Robots The Future Of Chinese Land Wars?

Posted in Military, Technology, War on September 27, 2014 by betweentwopines

China Walking Robot

Crab Walker in Firing Mode
The “Crab Walker” is digging in to fire at the enemies of China. The rear mounted stabilizing legs, as well as the forward-middle leg mount, are deployed to brace the robot against the 30mm autocannon’s (of the same type found on the M2 Bradley IFV) recoil., via Hongjian at China Defense Forum

Robotics designers in the US have long gotten their inspiration from both science fiction and biology, and Chinese engineers are no different, most especially those working on walking combat robots.  Dai Jinsong and other Chinese engineers of the School of Mechanical Engineering, Nanjing University of Technology, have published three articles in Chinese weapons design journals as part of a long term study into the design of a legged, autocannon carrying robot.  The extent of the study indicates a serious effort. The first article discussed modeling gun accuracy and building an eight-legged demonstrator and the second articles involved application of computer aided design (CAD) software to improve the testing process.  Most importantly, the third paper analyzed the systems integration of components like the nine channel signal driver module, RS-845 communications module and STM-32 syncrhonization set, which were required to build a unique unified control system for its eight limbs.

China Weapon Robot

Packed up Crab Walker
The Crab Walker is shown here with its rear and forward leg mounts retracted to enable movement over mountainous terrain with its main eight legs, as it keeps up with Chinese infantry., via Hongjian at China Defense Forum

The Chinese “crab walker” design is roughly 6 meters long, and two meters wide, including its legs.  It has eight main legs, four on each side of the body, and has two rear mounted legs to brace itself for stabilization during firing; there is also another stabilization leg installed in the front).  The size of the Crab Walker would make it capable of being airlifted by heavy helicopters like the Mi-26 and its prospective replacement, the Sino-Russian Mi-46.  During transport, the Crab Walker’s three stabilizing legs would be retracted to allow faster movement.

China 30mm Autocannon 2A42

30mm Ammo
Chinese soldier load 30mm ammunition for the ZDB-86’s autocannon in Shenyang. Each 30mm round weighs slightly under one pound; the Crab Walker is also projected to be armed with a 30mm autocannon to provide heavy fire power for Chinese infantry in mountains and cities.
Tang Changjun, PLA Daily

In the present design concept, the Crab Walker’s main weapon is a 30mm autocannon, which is also found on Chinese ZBD-86, ZDB-03 and ZBL-09 infantry fighting vehicles.  Presumably the 30mm autocannon could be swapped for other remote weapons station, like anti-tank guided missiles or a mortar.  Also, there are bulges located in front and behind the 30mm autocannon, which are likely to house communications and sensor equipment.

Star Wars and Walking Robots
This screenshot from the 2002 Star Wars: Attack of the Clones film, shows Separatist OG-9 Homing Droids firing lasers. The Chinese “Crab Walker” has similar looking legs (though twice as many as its fictional cousin) but so far, the PLA does not appear to be interested in putting lasers on robots.
Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, via Wookiepedia

The available images of the Crab Walker design suggests that the horizontal “knee” joints of its main legs are not fully articulated, in contrast to the famous American “Big Dog” legged robot, which would limit its speed in extremely difficult terrain.  This suggests that the Crab Walker is intended to act as a close fire support platform for Chinese infantry in difficult urban or mountainous terrain, that would be inaccessible to heavier wheeled and tracked vehicles.  Given the state of current global robotics, it is likely that the Crab Walker would at least initially be controlled by a human operator instead of deciding where and at whom to aim its big guns on its own.

The Crab Walker is currently a drawing board design, meaning it could be superseded by different unmanned vehicles designs, whether legged or wheeled. In either case, it shows how the future of land warfare, including for Chinese forces, will likely have some kind of robotic element.



We can now remotely control paralyzed rats, letting them walk again: Humans are next By John Hewitt

Posted in Health, Medicine, Science, Technology on September 26, 2014 by betweentwopines

By John Hewitt


In the void left by the anticlimactic World Cup exoskeleton adventure, other efforts to make the paralyzed walk again are recapturing the spotlight. Chief among them is Grégoire Courtine’s research group at the EPFL in Switzerland. Their latest breakthroughs, just published in Science Translational Medicine, suggest that a more grounded approach is to repower the locomotive effort at the level of the spinal cord. The researchers were able to get the paralyzed rats to walk on their hind two legs with the help of a treadmill and harness.

What makes this feat impressive is that the rats had no control over their own legs because their spinal cords were completely severed. The key advance, and what may eventually make similar feats possible in humans, is that manual adjustment of the electrical stimulation of the spinal cord has been successfully automated into a realtime feedback loop. [DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.3008325]. This primarily means that stimulation parameters like pulse width, amplitude, and frequency are adjusted by a single algorithm that incorporates the full leg kinematics. Or, as Courtine would say, “We have complete control of the rat’s hind legs.”

While that statement is no doubt true, it is not meant to imply that the researchers have the ability to make the rat’s legs do whatever they want. Considering that other researchers have demonstrated that simple ball and stick models of legs can “walk” down an incline under the direction of nothing but gravity alone, I would like to suggest another challenge to meet before any measure of control over a spinal circuit might be claimed. That challenge would be not just to have the legs follow a powered walk on a treadmill, but rather the flip of the remote control switch would convert between a simple step and a two-legged hop.

The basic alternating step gait is as old or older then the backboned fish which have swiped their tails from side-to-side for eons unimaginable. That primitive spinal circuit in fish is still as much in us as adults as the gills and tail we have when in the womb. The elaborations on that key circuit which first flexed fins to push fish onto land at some point learned to cooperate in unison to lift the creature in synchronous defiance of gravity. Capturing the conversion point from asynchrony to synchrony would be the ideal milestone to mark our our accomplishment, and the foundation on which to build a more nuanced control platform.

Remote controlled paralyzed rat

For those who don’t feel it is essential to be able to rise first from the chair before walking across the floor, human trials for a device based on the Swiss protocols are scheduled to begin during summer 2015. With any luck, they will be a success. With a little more luck, the existing spinal circuits will survive the electrical hammering that already lets rats take upwards of 1000 steps, and the researchers will have learned how best to work with the wetware that paraplegics still have rather than forcing it to match their vague intuitions of it.



Related: The first human brain-to-brain interface has been created. In the future, will we all be linked telepathically?