Emanuel Revici, M.D. (Research In Physiopathology As Basis Of Guided Chemotherapy: With Special Application To Cancer, 1961) wrote …
"The principal cation of cytoplasm is potassium which also represents the principal cation of the earth's crust. Curiously enough, potassium and the other constit... Read More
Robert M. Hazen ("Life's Rocky Start: Air, water and rock were the only raw materials available on the early earth. The first living entities must have been fabricated from these primitive resources," Scientific American, Apr. 2001) wrote …
"... clays can act as scaffolds for the building block... Read More
Contrary to old scientist's tales, life didn't begin in the ocean.
Life began in mud on the land.
The cell was built on land in clay's two-dimensional sheet silicates.
Helen Greenwood Hansma, a research scientist at the University of Southern California, Santa Barbara, is on the right track... Read More
The human body is composed of a superstructure of “frozen” bubbles.
Anaximenes of ancient Greece wrote ...
“As our soul, being air, holds us together, so do breath and air surround the whole universe.”
Voltaire wrote ...
“... if we were to say that man is a pneumatic machine, w... Read More
I gained ten pounds by drinking two beers and eating a single Tootsie Roll under emotional stress.
No other food or drink - not even a sip of water - was consumed for over 24 hours.
It happened in the 1970s.
I argued with my girlfriend, and hitchhiked home to Carpinteria from Orange County.... Read More