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Originally posted by BiggerPicture
either this molecule slows down telomeric shortening,
in which case its just another free-rad scavenger (reduces oxidative stress)...
which one is it?
Photons switch on the body's processes like an orchestra conductor bringing each individual instrument into the collective sound. At different frequencies, they perform different functions. Popp found that molecules in the cells responded to certain frequencies, and that a range of vibrations from the photons caused a variety of frequencies in other molecules of the body.
Originally posted by Viesczy
Do people realize that we are supposed to do? That death is a good thing? That it is our gift?
Make me live twice as long so I'll be $hitting in my pants like I was an infant again for 90 years, great... keep that stuff away from me.
Now finger a way to make me 23 again with the muscle maturity that I have now... that's something whose worth is beyond measure!
Pure C60 is efficiently isolated by proprietary methods from the mixed extract (typically
I think you have to be inclined towards some degree of engineering talent. Isolating a carbon arc within a sealed atmosphere of low pressure helium would be a trick for me, in and of itself.
Originally posted by Turq1
reply to post by Pigraphia
the C60 molecule couldn't even get inside the cell, unless someone knows different.
Using computer simulations, University of Calgary biochemist Peter Tieleman, post-doctoral fellow Luca Monticelli and colleagues modeled the interaction between carbon-60 molecules and cell membranes and found that the particles are able to enter cells by permeating their membranes without causing mechanical damage. Their results are published in the current Advance Online Publication of Nature Nanotechnology, the world’s leading nanotechnology journal.