posted on May, 1 2013 @ 07:48 PM
reply to post by BriGuyTM90
That's a bit off topic. A thought about Vitamin C. It's been lacking in the human body, the body had and has a major genetic disease, and that major
disease has been around as long or much longer than man has been drinking alcohol. Maybe they are related in ways that we don't know about, and
interreact in the alcohol tricking the body into thinking its getting a quantity of vitamin C. Some guy made alcohol first, likely tried it, and
passed it around to his family and friends. The knowledge about making it must have traveled like lightning through the culture. What I would guess
was probably a little over a generation, the recipe for making drinkable alcohol entered man's timestream. It was almost a revolution. Did it become
popular because of man's perpetual longing for Vitamin C? Maybe. And maybe its never been tested, so there is no statistical accumulation to refer to
when addressing the issue.
Seems like a simple double-blind test, but hours-intensive because you'd have to make sure that the people on ascorbic acid took at least 5 grams a
day of tablet ascobic acid or the highest absorbed amount of Vitamin C from the ATS-wide popular drinkable type.
Apart from that, the human bodies utter lack of Vitamin C - our species-wide major genetic disease - affects every organ, chemical system, and cell in
the body, By the way, the bodies production line is almost able to make it, and is only missing one key step. But it keeps on trying to make it, every
minute of every day, because most of the parts in the production process still are programmed to actually construct the stuff, and as far as any of it
knows it's still putting it together.
edit on 1-5-2013 by Aleister because: (no reason given)