GLOBAL WARMING & BODY WARMING ARE BOTH CAUSED BY ACID RAIN!
Global Warming and Body WARMING MAY BOTH Be Caused By Environmental, Dietary, Respiratory and Metabolic Acids!
The following picture shows the acidification of blood due to acid rain leading to body warming which then causes degeneration of the red and white blood cells, internal blood clotting and chaining of the red blood cells.
Pathological Blood Coagulation Seen Under Darkfield Microscopy
This condition of the blood leads to the symptoms of light headedness, cold hands, cold feet, forgetfulness, muddle thinking or brain fog, stroke, heart attack, tumor formation and internal bleeding, just to name a few due to acid rain and body warming from toxic acidic food, water, air, EMF pollution, legend drugs, stinking thinking, acidic feelings and beliefs.
I have been studying the acid/alkaline conditions of the blood for over thirty years and have determined that all sickness and dis-ease or body warming is caused by the over-acidification of the blood and then the interstitial fluids of the largest organ of the human body called the Interstitium due to a perverted way of living, eating and thinking.
The micrograph below shows what healthy red blood cells should look like but I see it rarely! Healthy blood should be even in color, even in shape and even in size. This is the blood of an Alkalarian!
Scientists have been studying the acid/alkaline conditions at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea. Natural carbon dioxide vents on the sea floor are showing scientists how carbon emissions are affecting marine life.[1-4]
In this picture you can see masses of minerals and carbon dioxide escaping from the earth's crust into the ocean. These vents contribute dissolved minerals to the oceans, which is one reason the oceans are salty
Dissolved CO2 makes water more acidic, and around the vents, researchers have seen a fall in species numbers, and snails with their shells disintegrating because of the increase of acid C02.
What are the effects/damage of ocean acidification on bivalves? Acidification causes an equalibrium shift away from carbonate (CO3-2) making calcium carbonate (CaCO3) less available for bivalves to make their shells.
Writing in the journal Nature, the UK scientists suggest these impacts are likely to be seen across the world as CO2 levels rise in the atmosphere.
Some of the extra CO2 emitted enters the oceans, acidifying waters globally.
The only way of reducing the impact of ocean acidification is the urgent reduction in CO2 emissions.
These same principles of acidification of the ocean also apply to the acidification of our body and the causative reason for the increase in cancer, heart disease, diabetes and all other inflammatory and degenerative diseases.
"Studies have shown that the seas have become more acidic since the industrial revolution,” states Carol Turley. of the Plymouth Marine Laboratory.
Research leader Jason Hall-Spencer from the University of Plymouth said that atmospheric CO2 concentrations were now so high that even a sharp fall in emissions would not prevent some further acidification of the ocean.
“It’s clear that marine food webs as we know them are going to alter, and biodiversity will decrease,” he told BBC News.
“Those impacts are inevitable because acidification is inevitable – we’ve started it, and we can’t stop it.”
Corals construct their external skeletons by extracting dissolved calcium carbonate from seawater and using it to form two minerals, calcite and aragonite. Molluscs use the same process to make their shells.
As water becomes more acidic, the concentration of calcium carbonate falls. Eventually there is so little that shells or skeletons cannot form.
The oceans are thought to have absorbed about half of the extra CO2 put into the atmosphere in the industrial age. This has lowered its pH by 0.1 pH and is the measurement for acidity and alkalinity.
The vast majority of liquids lie between pH 0 (highly acidic) and pH 14 (highly alkaline); 7 is the midpoint of the pH scale. Seawater is mildly alkaline with a “natural” pH of about 8.2 to an ideal pH of 8.4. The ideal pH of the ocean is identical to the ideal pH of the interstitial fluids of the Interstitium at 8.4 and -80mV.
The IPCC forecasts that ocean pH will fall by “between 0.14 and 0.35 units over the 21st Century, adding to the present decrease of 0.1 units since pre-industrial times.”
Projected change in ocean pH based on IPCC scenarios (Representative Concentration Pathways, RCP). Note that GBR surface waters warm at 70% of the global warming rate (Lough 2012). Note that changes here are relative to a 1986-2005 baseline (Source: IPCC 2014).
Around the vents which Dr Hall-Spencer’s team investigated, in the Mediterranean Sea near the Italian coast, CO2 bubbling into the water forms a sort of natural laboratory for studying the impacts of acidified water on marine life.
Globally, the seas now have an average pH of about 8.1 – down about 0.1 since the dawn of the industrial age.
Around the vents, it fell as low as 7.4 in some places. But even at 7.8 to 7.9, the number of species present was 30% down compared with neighboring areas.
Coral was absent, and species of algae that use calcium carbonate were displaced in favor of species that do not use it.
Snails were seen with their shells dissolving. There were no snails at all in zones with a pH of 7.4.
Meanwhile, sea grasses thrived, perhaps because they benefit from the extra carbon in the water.
These observations confirm that some of the processes seen in laboratory experiments and some of the predictions made by computer models of ocean ecosystems do also happen in the real world.
“I can’t count the number of times that scientific talks end with ‘responses have not yet been documented in the field’,” said Elliott Norse, President of the Marine Conservation Biology Institute (MCBI).
“This paper puts that to rest for several ecologically important marine groups.”
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) suggests that without measures to restrain carbon dioxide emissions, ocean pH is likely to fall to about 7.8 by 2100.
This suggests that some of the impacts seen around the Mediterranean vents might be widespread. “I think we will see the same pattern in other parts of the world, because we’re talking about keystone species such as mussels and limpets and barnacles being lost as pH drops,” said Dr Hall-Spencer. The IPCC suggests that some areas, notably the Southern Ocean, might feel the impacts at lower concentrations of CO2.
Last month, scientists reported that water with CO2 levels high enough to be “corrosive” to marine life was rising up off the western US coast.
Bottom water naturally contains more CO2 than at shallower depths. This scientific team argues that human emissions have pushed these levels even higher, contributing to pH values as low 7.5 in waters heavily used by US fishermen.
“If [pH 7.8] is a universal ‘tipping point’, then it indicates that sections of the western coast waters off North America may have passed this threshold during periods when this upwelling of waters high in CO2 occurs,” commented Carol Turley from Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML), who was not involved in the Mediterranean Sea study (PML is not affiliated with Plymouth University).
Organisms such as coral are also damaged by rising temperatures, and studies are ongoing into the combined effect of a warming and acidifying ocean.
Seagrasses were among the few beneficiaries of more acid waters. There is much to learn. And during the coming week, scientists will announce the inauguration of the European Project on Ocean Acidification (Epoca), a four-year, 16m euro (£12.5m) initiative aiming to find some answers.
Studying the impacts may prove easier than doing anything about them.
“The reason that the oceans are becoming more acidic is because of the CO2 emissions that we are producing from burning fossil fuels,” observed Dr Turley.
“Add CO2 to seawater and you get carbonic acid; its simple chemistry, and therefore certain.
“This means that the only way of reducing the future impact of ocean acidification is the urgent, substantial reduction in CO2 emissions.”
Ocean acidification is the macro view of our oceans becoming sick and tired and the primary causative factor in global warming. The death and extinction of marine, animal and human life is the result of this acidification which can be prevented with alkalizing measures.
The Human Impact of Acid Rain from An Acidic Lifestyle Leading to Body Warming
Today, the ideal pH of the human body fluids, which include intracellular and intravascular are at 7.365 to 7.4 and the interstitial fluids at 8.4. With the increase of acid rain our body is exposed to from air, food, and radiation pollution added to the exposure of acid rain from metabolic acids, dietary acids and acidic drugs, the pH of our body fluids are becoming over-acidic causing an epidemic in sickness and disease. This includes epidemics in external and internal generated infections which are really outfections leading to heart disease, cancer, diabetes, autism, dementia and stroke. A change in the pH of the body fluids, especially the interstitial fluids of 0.1 or a decrease of 25% is the cause of all sickness and disease. At a decrease in alkalinity in the vascular fluids of 0.2 will result in coma and then death at a pH decrease of 0.3 or from a normal blood pH of 7.365 to a decompensated pH of 7.065!
The most important factor in prevention of any sickness or disease is to test the urine pH daily. The pH of the urine, which is a product of the interstitial fluids, for sustaining a healthy life is at 8.4 or greater and never less than 7.2.
The Degeneration of the Lung Caused by Decompensated Acidosis of the Interstitial Fluids of the Lungs
The Degeneration of the Lung Caused by Decompensated Acidosis of the Interstitial Fluids of the Lungs
The Cause? & The Answer to The Cause of Acid Rain and Ocean and Body Warming!
Acid rain from our external environment and our internal environment include:
1. Carbon Dioxide and Monoxide Poisoning
2. Glyphosate Acid and Atrazine Poisoning from non-organic fruit and vegetables
3. Lactic Acid Poisoning from diet and metabolism
4. Uric, Nitric, Sulphoric and Phosphoric Acid Poisoning from eating the flesh and blood of animals
5. Genetically Modified Organisms in our food supply and vaccines
6. Nano Graphene, Aluminum, Silicon, Titanium, Copper and Lead Poisoning from vaccinations, masks, swabs, water, food and air
7. Antibiotic Poisoning
8. Acidic Water, Alcohol, Coffee, Black tea, Soda drinks, Sport drinks