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Miles Mathis and Gilbert Ling/Gerald Pollack - Arborescence - 02-07-2017

Not really Ray's ideas and not against Pollack/Ling's ideas but just trying to make it further. Have not read anything about Ling/Pollack yet, but what do you guys think about it?

http://milesmathis.com/poll.pdf
http://milesmathis.com/poll2.pdf


RE: Miles Mathis and Gilbert Ling/Gerald Pollack - VoS - 02-07-2017

(02-07-2017, 02:28 PM)Arborescence Wrote: Not really Ray's ideas and not against Pollack/Ling's ideas but just trying to make it further. Have not read anything about Ling/Pollack yet, but what do you guys think about it?

http://milesmathis.com/poll.pdf
http://milesmathis.com/poll2.pdf

I think Ray has written about this, but for me, in a more coherent way:

Quote:In the normal metabolic oxidation and reduction, orderly electrical fields are generated, and the polarity of these fields is closely related to the alignment of the parts of the cell that regulate movement and cell division. When an external electrical field is applied experimentally, the centrosome, Golgi body, microtubules and other parts of the cell align themselves with the field, the cytoplasm streams, and the cells migrate toward the external cathode. 

Injured cells behave like cathodes, producing the strongly negative "injury potential." Intensely stimulated cells produce a similar field, and it has been known for many years that brain cells will migrate toward an area of excitation. But disoriented cells don't migrate appropriately.

Since the normally oriented fields are maintained by metabolically excited electrons, and govern the quality of tissue renewal, the random electronic and light activity produced by lipid peroxidation and other toxic processes threaten the basic organization of the animal or plant. Vitamin C and the intrinsic "antioxidants" protect against these electronic disturbances, and can reverse some of the bystander effects produced by radiation and other stresses.



RE: Miles Mathis and Gilbert Ling/Gerald Pollack - Arborescence - 02-08-2017

That's very interesting, thanks VoS, I have a lot of things to read and study now but not much free time, will continue researching it though and post few things if I find something interesting.


RE: Miles Mathis and Gilbert Ling/Gerald Pollack - ChasingGoodandEvil - 02-08-2017

I'm sad that gilbert ling's site has been suspended. Gilbertling.org


RE: Miles Mathis and Gilbert Ling/Gerald Pollack - Arborescence - 02-08-2017

Oh, what happened? Use http://www.archive.org to consult it.