Eat your aluminium, thots

That’s right, smear on a lipstick full of shimmery bullshit. Including lead (and wonder why girls are depressed). [Literally eating lead.]

The Victorians ate arsenic but this is worse. Arsenic temporarily improved the complexion.

Using the term ‘mica’ for what’s essentially powdered foil suggests women wouldn’t want it if they knew what it was.

It isn’t like there’s a connection between dissected and tested Alzheimer’s plaques and aluminium deposits, is there?

Why are the Boomers raised on cans of this stuff seeing an explosion in Alzheimer’s rates?

As always, at first, go to the ‘officials’. Find out the Party Line.

https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/about-dementia/risk-factors-and-prevention/metals-and-dementia
Although aluminium has been seen in amyloid plaques”

K.

“there is no solid evidence that aluminium is increased in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease.”
Whew, what cognitive dissonance.
It’s literally forming those plaques that ARE the disease but nbd?

Solid evidence – like a solid chemical analysis of solid plaques in the solid brains of solid dead people with Alzheimer’s?

Look at the hustle to move those goalposts.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/08/070813185007.htm
“Because some people with the disease had aluminum deposits in their brains, it was thought that there was a direct connection…”
Well… yeah.
That’s proof.
There’s no negative evidence possible for that to stop being proof.

It’s literally in their brains.

“However, after many years of study, no conclusive evidence links aluminum to neurodegenerative disease”
Bullshit, 2007.

I detest scientism. Look at these papers and tell me what’s ‘conclusive’.

(Apart from donations of mega-corps to Super PACs to prevent this mega-lawsuit).

“A multi-institutional team of researchers has defined for the first time how metal ions bind to amyloid fibrils in the brain in a way that appears toxic to neurons. Amyloid fibrils are linked to the development of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Creutzfeldt-Jakob. Although metal ions, most notably copper, can bind to amyloid in several specific ways, the researchers found that only one way appears toxic.”

But how, ‘critics’ argue, could this possibly occur? What’s the mechanism? Nobody has proven a mechanism….?

2011:

“Link between Aluminum and the Pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s Disease: The Integration of the Aluminum and Amyloid Cascade Hypotheses”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3056430/

“In particular, the link between aluminum and Alzheimer’s disease has been the subject of scientific debate for several decades. However, the complex characteristics of aluminum bioavailability make it difficult to evaluate its toxicity and therefore, the relationship remains to be established.”

Uhuh. Isn’t that your job?

If it’s impossible, why are you getting paid?

“On the contrary, aluminum is a widely recognized neurotoxin that inhibits more than 200 biologically important functions and causes various adverse effects in plants, animals, and humans.”

True.

Mounting evidence has suggested that significance of oligomerization of β-amyloid protein and neurotoxicity in the molecular mechanism of AD pathogenesis. Aluminum may play crucial roles as a cross-linker in β-amyloid oligomerization.

Here, we review the detailed characteristics of aluminum neurotoxicity based on our own studies and the recent literatures. Our aim is to revisit the link between aluminum and AD and to integrate aluminum and amyloid cascade hypotheses in the context of β-amyloid oligomerization and the interactions with other metals.”

But HOW could this POSSIBLY operate? – intellectually dishonest douches.

Note the prestige of journal. International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, those hacks.

But on a MOLECULAR level…. – douchecanoes.

https://www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jms.739
“Quantification of the Aβ peptide in Alzheimer’s plaques by laser dissection microscopy combined with mass spectrometry”

It’s behind a paywall but it’s there. Check the academic pirate bay.

http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/2000/articles/2000-v15n01-p021.shtml
It’s been known for a while.
2000: “Aluminum has been identified as a neurotoxin for over 100 years.”

So stop using it in food, cosmetics, deodorant, cookware and cans?

Their use actually came in well after it was a known neurotoxin. Because that isn’t dodgy.

Reference for that sentence:

Doelken P:Naunynschmiedeberger. Arch Exp Pathol Pharmakol 40: 58-120 cited by Crapper McLachlan DR., Lukiw WJ, Kruck TPA, Aluminum, altered transcription, and the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease. Environ Geochem Health, 1990; 12(1-2): 103-114.

Link for that: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF01734059

Opening paragraph.

“The etiology of some, if not all, cases of Alzheimer’s disease is linked to a mutation in the proximal portion of the long arm of chromosome 21∶21q11.2 → 21q22.2. While the functional consequences of the mutation are unknown, we speculate that one consequence of the mutation is loss of the natural barriers and intracellular ligands for aluminum. As a result, aluminum gains access to several brain sites including the nuclear compartment in certain neurons of the central nervous system.”

I know both my shit and my bullshit.

1990. Who owns the aluminium? That’d be a fun tour of genocide.

https://www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/ana.410310310
1992 laser study, note prestige of journal.

What the fuck do they know, right, reddit?

“Selective accumulation of aluminum and iron in the neurofibrillary tangles of Alzheimer’s disease: A laser microprobe (LAMMA) study”

“In addition, probe sites directed to neurons identified in snapfrozen cryostat sections from 2 subjects with Alzheimer’s disease revealed similar spectra with prominent aluminum‐related peaks, confirming that our findings are not related to exogenous contamination through fixation, embedding, or other procedures prior to analysis. This study further confirms the association of aluminum and neurofibrillary tangle formation in Alzheimer’s disease.”
1992.

But I guess I’m just scared of non-stick pans, where’s the evidence?

Feminine brain, youthful brain

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/womens-metabolic-brain-age-around-three-years-younger-mens-180971425/

Predictable.

“New research suggests that women’s brains stay energized well into old age, making their brains appear about three years younger than men’s of the same chronological age.”

Given

https://disenchantedscholar.wordpress.com/2015/11/07/estrogen-boosts-brainpower-actually/

Linked in first:

https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2019/01/29/1815917116

Men didn’t evolve to live long, so it isn’t so much remarkable that women live longer with healthier brains but men,  to be competitive with other men in youth and war, age terribly simply because so few would survive there’s no evolutionary pressure.

Some tough choices ahead for the cooties crowd.

Stick to imaginary phantasms of 20th century masculine superiority solely intended to run up credit debt or actually be healthier.

Here comes the academese:

“Researchers remain uncertain why such metabolic differences exist”

EVOLUTION.

“It’s not that women’s brains seem to age slower than men’s,”

Literally is.
Watch the twist.

“Rather, it seems that women’s brains start off at a younger age when they reach adulthood, and they keep that throughout the remainder of their adulthood, basically buying them a few extra years.”

Not how it works. At all.

It’s like saying you start a race at the finish line, words have meanings.

If they’ve reached adulthood, they’ve reached adulthood. You can’t change the meaning to be quantum. Women mature faster (partially from earlier puberty and slower, longer sum development time because of that) and go on to metabolically age better because testosterone is known to burn out the system.

Gradual puberty + lower T = good for long-term brain health.

aka Not women’s fault. Help your fellow men. Maybe that explains why celibates like Tesla (who, let’s face it, probably didn’t masturbate), who kept their T-levels low as a result, lived longer and stayed lucid. Maybe that’s why monks live longer too, staying sharp. Male chastity has observable benefits.

The autobiographies of genius seem to evidence longer average puberty, too. The sensitive kid who’s a later bloomer?

The Victorians called masturbation self-abuse because the compulsion/addiction would tend to be co-morbid with other mental problems, including depression. How many porn addicts are depressed?

And what do they do to self-soothe because (someone) tells them it’s unanimously ‘good for you’?

Even nuns tend to live longer which does point to lower testosterone being a pre-requisite for a long life, neatly explaining why male levels gradually lower. It isn’t like evolution is picking on men. Aggressive animals have shorter lifespans across species. This is the price of being the protector/provider sex.

https://www.healthline.com/health-news/men-too-much-testosterone-linked-to-shorter-lifespan-112213

“Overall, men with circulating testosterone levels between 9.8 to 15.8 nmol/L range tended to live the longest.”

Men are entitled to know what their healthy levels should be, study them!

Men age faster cognitively, he’s like a magician trying to switch your attention onto women when there’s a medical problem with men.
Assuming they want to live long and prosper.

Like, sorry, if that’s a sexist assumption.

“Previous studies have found that aging women often exhibit stronger reasoning, memory and problem-solving skills than males of the same age. But it’s unclear whether this trend is related specifically to metabolism or to a different aspect of brain function.”

Hormonal interaction.

“This might mean women are a little bit more resilient to certain aspects of brain aging in general, but it could also introduce certain vulnerabilities,”

Lying liar. Not even one example? How can you try to spin a youthful brain as a bad thing?

Women aren’t so much MORE resilient (although oestrogen helps) but men are MORE fragile.

HELP THEM.

“Having a younger brain for longer could make the brain more vulnerable to certain things as well.”

Still no mention of men? This isn’t a woman’s issue, there’s nothing new here as stated, women already perform better as a known overall finding*, he totally ignores what men need because it involves admitting they aren’t the best at something….

These arrogant men are sex traitors. Their ego won’t let them admit men need help. So have fun with higher neurodegeneration risk because one guy won’t admit he’s not #1 at everything.

Men are not the control group, it’s the mean between both groups.

Basic category error and erroneous maths.

Hubris is a deadly sin. Treating male ill-health like it’s normal will literally kill men.

OT but relevant:

If we took men as the control, the shorter male lifespan is not only normal but hinted at being desirable, you don’t want to change the norm, with women being unusually longer-lived (greater distance from norm). Actually, the average is between the groups, again. The difference from the norm is smaller, easier to broach and bring those below it up to speed.

*Because unlike IQ studies, they can’t conveniently ‘exclude’ the left-side of the male bell curve to skew their findings dishonestly. This happens after they sample from middle-class academia pupils largely from suburban populations, a huge bias/filter itself.

Sure, throw other men under the bus and blame women for biology. Sexism both ways!

Reminder:

Right-wingers are different

It’s that time of year for a study-dump. Read until the end.

Better-looking (on AVERAGE):
https://sputniknews.com/viral/201801311061239797-physically-attractive-people-right-wing/

“Good-looking individuals are more likely to have right-wing political views than less physically attractive people, according to a university study.
The authors of the report, Rolfe D. Peterson from the US Susquehanna University and Carl L. Palmer from the Illinois State University, examined the connection between physical attractiveness and political beliefs, applying multiple surveys measuring people’s attractiveness.
“More attractive individuals are more politically efficacious than their peers and more likely to identify as conservative and Republican than less physically attractive citizens of comparable demographic backgrounds,” the report read.”

Comparable demographic background, an important control.

Better-looking again:
https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/politics-and-the-life-sciences/article/effects-of-physical-attractiveness-on-political-beliefs/D5214D0CAE37EE5947B7BF29762547EE
PDF at: https://about.illinoisstate.edu/clpalme/Documents/Peterson%20Palmer%20The%20Effects%20of%20Physical%20Attractiveness%20on%20Political%20Attitudes.pdf

“Controlling for socioeconomic status, we find that more attractive individuals are more likely to report higher levels of political efficacy, identify as conservative, and identify as Republican.”

SES control is important.

Better-looking:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0047272716302201

“Politicians on the right look more beautiful in Europe, the U.S. and Australia.”

How to tell May isn’t really right-wing.

They should also study disease load (emphasizing STDs, which do affect appearance) compared to partisanship.

Support meritocracy, oppose the cult of equalism:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749597814000223

“Higher self-perceived attractiveness (SPA) increased support for inequality.”

Self-perceived, relative.

Have a ‘look’:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0191886916312028

“The political sympathies of scholars can be accurately assessed from photographs.”
“In contrast to politicians, Right-leaning scholars were not more attractive.”

The scholars haven’t hired image consultants.

What, do you think a man buys an expensive suit just for the suit?

“Right-leaning scholars were better groomed.
Controlling for grooming, Left-leaning scholars were more attractive”

This is supposed to be looking at genetic attractiveness, true attractiveness, not clothing/haircare/make-up?
Okay, I’ll let them have that one. They’re better at faking it, a trait of narcissism.

Less likely to cheat when expected to cooperate:
https://reason.com/blog/2014/07/22/socialists-are-cheaters-says-new-study

Neurologically different:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3092984/

“Political Orientations Are Correlated with Brain Structure in Young Adults”
We found that greater liberalism was associated with increased gray matter volume in the anterior cingulate cortex, whereas greater conservatism was associated with increased volume of the right amygdala.”

So they’re more gender neutral in the brain?
https://www.webmd.com/brain/news/20050121/intelligence-may-be-gray-white-matter#1
Because the same IQ can still be produced by structural differences between the sexes.

“Researchers found major differences in the amount of gray and white matter in the brains of men and women of the same intelligence, suggesting that men and women may derive their intelligence in different ways.”

“”These findings suggest that human evolution has created two different types of brains designed for equally intelligent behavior,” says researcher Richard Haier, professor of psychology at the University of California, Irvine, in a news release. “In addition, by pinpointing these gender-based intelligence areas, the study has the potential to aid research on dementia and other cognitive impairment diseases in the brain”

Again, the same IQ score.

SAME.

Man Card isn’t a MENSA card, accomplish something.

Sexual dimorphism didn’t stop at the neck.

But white matter is generally more important for HIGH IQ:
https://www.technologyreview.com/s/412678/brain-images-reveal-the-secret-to-higher-iq/
White matter could only be imaged recently.

“They found a strong correlation between the integrity of the white matter and performance on a standard IQ test.”

Although grey matter can matter too, white matter cannot be denied EITHER:
https://academic.oup.com/cercor/article/17/9/2163/272753

Positive relationships were found between FSIQ and intracranial gray and white matter but not cerebrospinal fluid volumes. Significant associations with cortical thickness were evident bilaterally in prefrontal (Brodmann’s areas [BAs] 10/11, 47)

IQ so real you can scan someone’s brain, almost.

and posterior temporal cortices (BA 36/37) and proximal regions.

Sex influenced regional relationships;

Before any sexist bitch goes to twist this, different does not mean inferior. This is a study of intelligence, NOT stupidity.

You can’t prove a negative and individuals are not groups?

The obvious pointed out? Okay, let’s continue.

women showed correlations in prefrontal and temporal association cortices, whereas men exhibited correlations primarily in temporal–occipital association cortices.

K.

An idiot reading that would assume women are smarter, prefrontal doesn’t always mean smarter, necessarily, it’s just a group-level skew of structural difference. However, it does explain the higher female average.

Again, average.

In healthy adults,

important distinction, many brain studies are conducted on the undeveloped (teens) or pathologies

neither of which generalize to a HEALTHY, ADULT population

[sorry for the smart people tuning in, idiots twist what I type]

greater intelligence is associated with larger intracranial gray matter and to a lesser extent with white matter.

Plot twist: both matter.

Almost like we evolved.

Variations in prefrontal and posterior temporal cortical thickness are particularly linked with intellectual ability.

PF – registered as female strength, generally.
PT – registered as male and female strengths, generally.

This isn’t better/worse, it’s apples/oranges.

Even race overwhelms sex as a confound in IQ (so does class, education etc).

Sex moderates regional relationships that may index dimorphisms in cognitive abilities, overall processing strategies, or differences in structural organization.”

Trans. sex differences real yo.

Overall, key word.

Moderates, may index, differences. As in, these processes still occur but like a road trip, each take different paths different enough to map but not distinct enough to be unrecognizable.

Reminder

Estrogen, which men also NATURALLY produce, also boosts brainpower.
https://disenchantedscholar.wordpress.com/2015/11/07/estrogen-boosts-brainpower-actually/
Study here but my commentary explains it:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4104582/
Whereas, everyone knows, testosterone (which women also produce) correlates to violence.
Nothing is all-good, all-bad in hormones.
“A moment of silence for all the women in history who married dumber men.”

They should study political economic wing and compare it to natural/un-supplemented hormone levels.
As in, a man who ‘needs’ steroids for vanity is less of a man.

They should also look at whether men going onto steroids drop in IQ score because it competes with their organic estrogen that makes them handle stressors better.

[Update: after checking, they did. Here it is.]

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3608708/

“long-term high-dose AAS exposure may cause cognitive deficits, notably in visuospatial memory.”

“These results remained stable in sensitivity analyses addressing potential confounding factors.”
The dumb jock stereotype is true!

WAIT.

It gets better!

Actually, it causes brain damage!
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25986964
This is amazing!


Fake masculinity is really bad for men. You can’t cheat code becoming a man.

CONCLUSIONS:

Long-term AAS use is associated with right amygdala enlargement and reduced right amygdala rsFC with brain areas involved in cognitive control and spatial memory, which could contribute to the psychiatric effects and cognitive dysfunction associated with AAS use.

The MRS abnormalities we detected could reflect enhanced glutamate turnover and increased vulnerability to neurotoxic or neurodegenerative processes, which could contribute to AAS-associated cognitive dysfunction.

Now the right amygdala enlargement sounds like the natural conservative difference but understand it’s rooted, not in experience and genuine masculine virtue, but chemical dependence. Without the drugs, it’ll shrink right back and possibly atrophy.

This would be like congratulating a tall guy who took HGH for his superior genetics. No. It’s a superficial, fake result.

The cognitive control is impaired, that’s regression. The meat head stereotype is true, biologically. Useless.

I wonder how many male suicides were on steroids? Both groups happen to be middle-aged men in fear of the Wall.

Whatever the details, it makes them biologically vulnerable compared to their natural state, the opposite of fitness.

Ironically, they’re more vulnerable to microplastics and xenoestrogens. 

To further screw the point in… that brain region explicitly mentioned?

Right amygdala rsFC study:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3997418/
“In high HA scorers, we also observed stronger right amygdala rsFC with the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex (dmPFC), which is implicated in negative affect regulation.”
It’s a girly brain thing to do with harm avoidance. [aka common sense]
“may represent a vulnerability marker for sensitivity to stress and anxiety (disorders).”
So the meat head with reduced volume (therefore not conservative*) is dumber, senses dulled by drugs and more likely to fail to get the brain signals to avoid trouble. Sounds like a future in handcuffs. They can’t perceive danger nor regulate negative emotions like anger or shame after rejection. Basically, they’re future chimp-outs waiting to happen, whatever their race**. Less able to CONTROL emotions, the broflakes.***

Hair-trigger temper calling out people for looking at him.

The guy who picks on people but never actually expects to get hit.

Will grab a woman and be shocked she slaps him. That’s the one.

*because, again “greater conservatism was associated with increased volume of the right amygdala.”

[as referenced above]

yet they have less?

So steroids make men more left wing. It isn’t the correct area and type to be considered otherwise.

ISN’T SCIENCE FUN, FELLOW RED PILLS.

ACCEPTING FINDINGS EVEN WHEN WE DON’T LIKE THEM, BRO.

My guess is it messes with their sexual reward system and produces impotence, porn addiction, dissatisfaction.

https://www.simplymedsonline.co.uk/blog/how-does-anabolic-steroid-use-affect-erectile-function/

Steroids do cause impotence (PC term is ED). Does it lower sperm count?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4744441/

DING DING DING WE HAVE A WINNER.

“Anabolic steroids abuse and male infertility”

I am good at this.

“Infertility is defined by the WHO as the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse and a male factor is present in up to 50 % of all infertile couples. Several conditions may be related to male infertility.

Substance abuse, including AAS, is commonly associated to transient or persistent impairment on male reproductive function, through different pathways. Herein, a brief overview on AAS is offered. Steroids biochemistry, patterns of use, physiological and clinical issues are enlightened. A further review about fertility outcomes among male AAS abusers is also presented, including the classic reports on transient anabolic steroid-induced hypogonadism (ASIH), and the more recent experimental reports on structural and genetic sperm damage.”

hypogonadism = tiny balls

“In layman’s terms, it is sometimes called interrupted stage 1 puberty”

You’d have to be a moron already to think supplementing that shit makes you manly.

Nice muscles bro, shame you hit rewind on puberty!

They impair their body’s ability to naturally produce testosterone in future…. idiots.

Darwin Award category?

Big Pharma’s best customer? Like Israel’s Viagra use. Israel and America, top consumers.

https://www.haaretz.com/life/MAGAZINE-israeli-porn-is-booming-and-the-industry-insists-it-s-about-more-than-just-sex-1.5472336

(((Coincidence)))

**Logically we should restrict steroid use to lower the crime rate. We can’t have gorilla people chimping out and blaming da drugs.

***There are few things less masculine than a man who throws tantrums because Hulk RAGE entitlement. The mantrum has neurological correlates, as we can see.

As for the ACC lefty brain finding:

https://www.neuroscientificallychallenged.com/blog//know-your-brain-cingulate-cortex

..I didn’t forget.

“Through these connections, the ACC is thought to be involved with a number of functions related to emotion including the regulation of overall affect, assigning emotions to internal and external stimuli, and making vocalizations associated with the expression of states or desires.

No comment.

The ACC also seems to contribute to the regulation of autonomic and endocrine responses, pain perception, and the selection and initiation of motor movements. Additionally, there are other areas of the ACC that are involved in various aspects of cognition ranging from decision-making to the management of social behavior.”

And about sexual potency….

I order these for a reason.

Right-wingers more sexually satisfied:

https://www.dailywire.com/news/8943/study-conservatives-have-better-sex-lives-liberals-amanda-prestigiacomo

“A new YouGov survey, which asked over 19,000 participants from the UK, France, Germany, Sweden and Denmark about both their politics and their sex lives, has found conservatives to be happier in the bedroom than liberals, with those identifying as “very right-wing” found to be the happiest.”

So much for the benefits of slutting. Muh experience. Yes, experiencing a burning sensation.

If you want a better sex life, don’t be a manwhore.
Chastity is a virtue. Less stress when single, hot sex when married.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/09/02/right-wing-people-more-likely-to-be-happier-with-their-sex-lives/

Sluts reee.

I deserve an Ig Nobel for all this connection-making. It could save the West.

https://ifstudies.org/blog/baby-bust-fertility-is-declining-the-most-among-minority-women

While I’m putting out fires imagined by shrill men.

Click through.

BAFFLED, JENKINS!

Adrenochrome and Pituitary posting

I had a spare hour to go through old papers.

It turned into about five and ended with academic papers. Again. This wasn’t enough.

I say to myself “just five more minutes” aaaaand it’s past midnight.

It’s my personal Hell, a nerdy reading spiral. 4,200 words.

You may have seen this gem.
Source:

Of note:
https://www.newspapers.com/image/172018530
Does Christian Europe’s war prove Christianity a failure?
For those who think psyops is new.

No.

It’s a 1914 “if you kill your enemies, they win.”

Final page, 47 of 47.
https://www.newspapers.com/image/172018532
The picture by one Emil Halarek, depicting the victims of Moloch in supposed war.
Why throw that in there? So I include the article.
“A nation is only as formidable as its food supply” something to remember, food security is a main cause of war (food insecurity and an exploding population) otherwise the Communists overthrow their Government because the breadline is too long. If Trump prevents a war with China, I must wonder how they’ll solve their food problem without an expansion into new territory (and Chinese have been buying up large amounts of American farmland for decades).

Screencaps follow: Whole thing

Note: this is about the pineal gland, the pituitary is something different and yes, I am aware. It might be useful upon new information.

Piece by piece. I re-arranged for ease of reading.



This proves there are definite effects of brain tissue on other organisms.

Hey guys, don’t you want your mandated helping of brains to over-grow and be prematurely sent to die snared in barbed wire?

Another source.
https://newspaperarchive.com/richmond-times-dispatch-sep-06-1914-p-28/
Easier to read but I found this second. Sorry.

Final source for this article.
https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85038615/1914-09-06/ed-1/seq-48/

There’s a Factor X but they’re not talking.

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/factor-x-have-we-finally-found-the-fountain-of-youth

Onward!

Let’s start in reddit tier and move up.

reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/5rv75f/i_just_learned_the_horrible_impossible_truth/

“He told me about a drug called adrenochrome that could produce a high beyond any other. And unlike those other drugs, there are no ill effects. Quite the contrary; there are substantial benefits from consuming it: greater health, increased vivacity, and a host of other, smaller effects. Combine those with an intense sense of euphoria and you have a substantial demand.”
I wonder if Vlad the Impaler knew this?
It seems to temporarily borrow charisma if the vivacity is true. Who needs Botox?
You can steal youth, it seems. Pied Piper, anyone?
“I recognized the faces sitting around that table.
World leaders. Entertainers. Religious icons. All grinning. All happy. All ready for their injection.”
They fill the icon/idolatry vacuum with their own “stars” and “celebrities” to prevent worthy people gaining attention who might expose them.
Naturally it detours into something about Trump, obvious derailment.

However, lower more details from someone else:
That adrenachrome can be harvested within three minutes of someone passing away, from sudden death rather than old age. It is produced in the adrenal gland, meaning your head needs to be hacked apart in order to harvest. VERY expensive, hence world leaders being able to hit it. First time users aren’t usually told where it came from, they are only allowed to find out AFTER trying it, otherwise it would put them off. After trying it, because it is so clean and supposed to be the very best of the best, users don’t mind how it is harvested as it was just that good.”
I wonder if Christians have more, considering it seems to mimic the health benefits of faith. Would explain the Christian hatred as envy.
“I also heard that like DMT, artificial adrenachrome is found in EVERY plant on the planet, yet in such minuscule amounts that it is not worth or cost effective to go down this route.
This is what I have heard not seen the proof. I have also heard that it is a made up drug, usually from the type of people that can afford to use. Who are also the people who wouldn’t want people finding out.”
“Synthetic epinephrine has been marketed since 1906. No one is murdered for adrenochrome, this is just silly.”
No one needs to be, sure.
“But adrenochrome is really just what’s in an EpiPen.”
Wasn’t Clinton’s assistant toting one of those around?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrenochrome
“Several small-scale studies (involving 15 or fewer test subjects) conducted in the 1950s and 1960s reported that adrenochrome triggered psychotic reactions such as thought disorder, derealization, and euphoria.[2] Researchers Abram Hoffer and Humphry Osmond claimed that adrenochrome is a neurotoxic, psychotomimetic substance and may play a role in schizophrenia and other mental illnesses.[3] In what they called the “adrenochrome hypothesis”,[4] they speculated that megadoses of vitamin C and niacin could cure schizophrenia by reducing brain adrenochrome.[5][6]”

OT Why do they keep chucking niacin in everything? At least half the population isn’t pregnant.

“While the treatment of schizophrenia with such potent anti-oxidants is highly contested in the literature, and adrenochrome is not currently believed to have any psychedelic properties[7] , a number of recently published papers consider Hoffer’s paper a landmark contribution to the notion that impairment of what’s now termed the anti-oxidant defense system (AODS) seems to play a role in schizophrenia.[8] Salim, in 2014, points out “oxidative stress theory is gaining momentum and seems quite pertinent considering the evidenced increased production of ROS and decreased occurrence of antioxidant protection in schizophrenic patients. Genetic studies also have linked polymorphisms in genes of oxidative pathway to schizophrenia.” [9]”

That tells us basically nothing.
Unusual this article is barely there, considering the stuff I dug up!

https://consciousawarenessforall.wordpress.com/2014/11/10/adrenochrome/

What exactly IS adrenochrome? In scientific terms, it is a chemical that is produced in the human body when adrenaline [also known as epinephrine] oxidizes. How is the chemical extracted? A potential victim is terrorized, thus increasing the amount of adrenaline that is flowing through their body. They are then killed and the adrenochrome is collected with a needle and syringe from the base of the back of their neck and spinal column. Once collected, the chemical can be sold on the black market at exorbitant prices.”

Adrenochrome was first discovered in 1936 – 1937 by D. E. GREEN, D. RICHTER and J. BROSTEAUX [though it is sometimes erroneously credited to HUMPHRY OSMOND, ABRAM HOFFER and JOHN SMYTHIES in 1952 – 1954, who came up with the hypothesis linking adrenochrome to schizophrenia]. It was discovered when studying the effects of adrenaline on the human body.”

Nice way to put it.

“……….So, is it possible to create synthetic adrenochrome? As adrenochrome is a product of the oxidation of adrenaline/epinephrine, which can be artificially synthesized via the reaction between catechol and chloroacetyl chloride, there is no reason that it cannot be oxidized to create synthetic adrenochrome”

A medical defense in court wouldn’t stand because it can be synthesized.

This is important.

So why isn’t it publicly available, accessible and widely known of?

http://conspiracy.wikia.com/wiki/Adrenochrome
Hoffer (1957) contested that Adrenochrome appeared naturally in human blood, while Szara et.al. (1958) reported in the exact same journal that there was no Adrenochrome in human blood.”
I wonder why all the interest in stealing youth from young blood?

“It would also explain the need by hospitals and clinics to compulsively take blood from individuals who have experienced severe emotional trauma, despite no true medical need to do so.”
No informed consent. That would explain why it isn’t common knowledge.
Hey, we know your trauma is tragic, but this shitty Legend singer wants to get high off it!
“It is also claimed that adrenochrome-laden human blood is being bought and sold using blood donation charities, such as the Red Cross.”

Red Cross of Q-drop and Clinton Foundation fame.

“Derivatives / Alternatives
Adrenochrome Semicarbazone – Similar, but with noticeably different effects. (Rinkel & Solomon 1957).
Mescalin – Effects similar to adrenaline / adrenochrome. (Smythies 2002)
Neuromelanin – May be related to the synthesis of adrenochrome in the brain.”

Named Hoffer reference is “Hoffer, A (1957). “Adrenochrome in Blood Plasma”. American Journal of Psychiatry 114, 0.”

https://www.erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=51847
“Price:
Most labs sell D,L-Adrenochrome(CAS:56-06-8) at 70 to 100euros for 250mg. But I recently found another chemical supplier selling a product named ‘Adrenochrome’ at 110euros for 50g, the price difference is so huge that I first though it couldn’t be the same compound that other suppliers were selling, but CAS number was 56-06-8 so it was definately the same Adrenochrome.”

Idiot.

Such a price difference seems strange to me, I thought maybe it could be one of the two enantiomers (instead of the D,L form) but this wouldn’t be logical as separating two enantiomers is complicated and therefore one enantiomer alone should be more expensive than the DL form, and certainly not cheaper.”

Processing, yes.

Plus origin would account for pricing.

Idiots.

“Note:
Adrenochrome is quickly oxidised and should be kept away from air, light, humidity and heat. Therefore it is kept in an airtight container which is put in the freezer. Even this way, it will slowly decompose so it should not be kept for too long before use.”

Useful if searching for the stuff on a suspect.

Does the suspect have access to a secured freezer? Why else need that?

“Also, about possible secondary effects of adrenochrome: as it is an haemostatic compound (prevents capillary bleeding during injury) it is not impossible that excessive use would end up causing blood circulation troubles, furthermore some scientists seem to say that adrenochrome is known to cause cardiovascular troubles.
To conclude I would say that this is an uninteresting substance to my opinion, and furthermore it’s possibly a dangerous one.”

Something to look for in addicts.

Cardiac issues.

I went looking for media stories trolling the public with similar themes. Focus on horror and crime, for time’s sake.

Meanwhile
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0514409/
39th episode, special Illuminati number and Bilderberg members.
http://areyouafraidofthedark.wikia.com/wiki/The_Tale_of_the_Dangerous_Soup
“They had a far more powerful weapon, a statue enchanted with a magic power to induce and feed off their enemies fear.”
That’s a Jewish golem and it’s possessed by a demon. They were supposedly created for real in WW2 to protect synagogues.
“Nonnie, wondering what is has to do with the soup, is that the statue also secrets fear as a green serum elixir. The members of the savage tribe would drink the elixir and gain the strength and powers of their enemies. Just one drop is enough to make the pulse quicken and when the soup is eaten the person eating it is tasting fear, a powerful emotion.”

https://www.cbs.com/shows/criminal_minds/episodes/25348/
An episode called “To Hell” includes a torturing sadist who extracts a fluid from the back of the neck of his victims for ambiguous medical purposes. Episode title similar to famous Dear Boss letter sign-off, From Hell.
http://criminalminds.wikia.com/wiki/Lucas_Turner
“He would then extract viable material from the bodies with a syringe, which he would use (along with medical equipment he stole on the same days as when he abducted some of his victims) in Mason’s experiments.”
This medical angle is an addition with no basis in the case being used, I checked.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3232530/
“Buchan explains that the killers are cannibals, eating their victims to assume their power and goodness.
Odd it was cancelled directly after this plot. There was a cannibal cult but the details were murky.

I wonder if it relates to religious “spiritual ties” or “ties that bind”, you could think of it as drinking a young, pure or good person’s good karma to absorb it.

Could karma be chemical in part? We know good lifestyle choices do boost physical health, including abstention (as in celibacy and fasting).

http://forever.wikia.com/wiki/Fountain_of_Youth
Brain protein shakes and a shady company spokesman who seems kinda like Thiel. Company name Aterna similar to Ambrosia.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3776150/trivia
“ask the suspect if the Ribowsky method was used when removing the pituitary gland
“The medical advisor on the show is Shiya Ribowsky.”
So the science of the pituitary was generally right.
They were stolen while ‘fresh’ by an EMT in the plot, odd detail to include.

Found these while looking for this
https://futurism.com/fountain-youth-effect-young-blood-old-mice/
https://futurism.com/first-results-of-a-clinical-trial-to-cure-aging-using-young-blood-just-came-in/
“The idea of injecting plasma to combat the effects of aging comes from a 19th-century concept that’s now referred to as parabiosis. In its earliest iteration, the skin of old and young mice was stitched together to allow blood to circulate freely between the two animals.”
What they don’t say: it killed the young mouse.

“Between the study results and the fact that caregivers might be predisposed to observe improvements where there are none, it’s being argued that the study is far from conclusive.”
They still say it’s a positive finding.
“Alkahest, the technology company that bankrolled the study, finds the results encouraging. Further trials are set to be carried out to determine whether or not the treatment is at all viable.”
You’ve done that already, answer was no.
“Another study will take this a step further and only use the part of blood plasma that contains growth factors, which has proven to be more effective in animal testing.”
Vague ‘growth factors’ – it wasn’t tested in 1914, was it?

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2152064-first-results-from-young-blood-alzheimers-trial-are-criticised//

It has nothing to do with that condition, that’s the sell.

http://www.nature.com/nm/journal/v20/n6/full/nm.3569.html
Entirely from aged mice’s perspective. It isn’t medically safe to study only one party of two but then again, young donors might sue for health damage and years off their lifespan.

Meanwhile
http://www.cell.com/cell-reports/fulltext/S2211-1247(18)30156-6
“Mimicking an aged condition in young adults by abrogating Tet2 expression within the hippocampal neurogenic niche, or adult neural stem cells, decreased neurogenesis and impaired learning and memory. In a heterochronic parabiosis rejuvenation model, hippocampal Tet2 expression was restored.”
So they looked at young examples, switched off an expression and turned it back on again? That isn’t science.

“We next asked whether mimicking an age-related decline in Tet2 within the young adult hippocampus would impair neurogenesis. We first abrogated Tet2 expression in the young adult hippocampus utilizing an in vivo viral-mediated RNAi approach (Figure 2A). Young adult animals were stereotaxically injected with high-titer lentivirus (LV) encoding Tet2 or scramble control small hairpin RNA (shRNA) sequences into the DG of contralateral hippocampi, and Tet2 abrogation was confirmed in vivo”
So they can damage your brain by injection, nice to know.

I feel like the only one who reads this stuff.

TLDR: Don’t trust headlines.

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/parabiosis-the-next-snakeoil/
“The huckster cycle is beginning again with a treatment called parabiosis. Actually, it is a treatment based on parabiosis, but is not parabiosis itself. The term refers to experiments that were first conducted in 1864 by Physiologist Paul Bert. He cut the skin of two mice, then sewed them together. When they healed together their blood vessels combined, enough so that they essentially shared their circulatory systems.”
In short: the studies they’re doing aren’t true parabiosis, they’re intended to lube us up ethically for some Human Centipede bullshit.

“In the 1950s researchers connected old mice to young mice to determine its effects. They found that the old mice experienced numerous rejuvenating effects. Many biomarkers of youth returned, and the mice lived longer.”

The only side they report in recent studies. The sales side.

The younger mice connected to older mice also had shorter lifespans.”
This is established finding, what happens when you steal finite blood compounds.
The source runs low. It’s elementary mathematics.

The younger mice connected to older mice also had shorter lifespans

“shorter lifespans”

from swapping blood, that’s all, how harmless, right?

Why aren’t the young donors also studied?

That’s why.

If they won’t study half the participants, it’s illegal.

They won’t gather or publish evidence only if it can be used to sue them.

“The mouse experiments convincingly show a benefit from parabiosis for older mice. One question is, does this benefit come from specific factors in the blood or from the fact that they are sharing their entire circulatory system?”

Both, the younger’s body helps the aged purify their own aged blood. They’re ‘borrowing’ heart, liver, kidneys etc. It’s kinda like organ rape.
Nobody asks what happens to the young donor after? Narrative.

“In other words, are the younger mouse’s kidneys, livers, and lungs just supporting the older mouse’s organs by doing the heavy lifting of cleaning and oxygenating the blood? This is probably a factor, but the other option is that there are proteins in the young mouse blood that exist in smaller amounts in the older blood.”
“The latter seems to be true also. Researchers have found that higher levels of oxytocin in young blood, for example, stimulate muscle growth. Factors in the blood also seem to stimulate stem cells in many organs to start dividing again. This may be the main rejuvenating effect, bringing stem cells throughout the body back to life, helping to heal damage, replace cells, and increase organ function”

Then why not an artificial one? Why not make a supplement? Logically, Vitamin C does that!

They haven’t explained why a human sacrifice, partial or complete parabiosis, is needed?

It doesn’t seem to be needed for what they claim.

“Open questions include whether one time transfusions of plasma from young donors (<30) will have any enduring benefit on older recipients.”
Well hang on, first harm none!
If the coffin-dodgers only gain an extra ten years their hippie lifestyles didn’t deserve but the donor loses ten of their life, what then?

“It seems from mouse studies that blood cells are not necessary, just the plasma, which contains all the proteins and hormones that are likely having any effect.”
Thiel doesn’t want the plasma. It’s quite clear that’s a show. Plasma carries other compounds. You can buy plasma from any lab, it cannot just be plasma to justify the financial cost.

I swear if I got a dollar every time I stated the obvious, I’d be richer than Thiel.

This is not brain surgery, it’s a matter of business capital. What can he offer nobody else can?

Critically – are there any risks or side effects? The mouse research revealed what was called parabiosis disease. In an experiment with 69 mouse pairs, 11 of them died quickly. It is believed this was from some incompatibility, a form of rejection.”

Nope, but I’m keeping mum about what it was.

“This has been reduced in later experiments by using genetically matched inbred mouse strains. So – how carefully matched do the plasma donors have to be to the recipients?”
If the donor is a fetus or stolen placenta with pluripotent cells, that wouldn’t be an issue.

“Some researchers object to the notion that young plasma transfusions should be considered “rejuvenation.” No cells are being rejuvenated, they are just being stimulated into working harder. This may provide a temporary benefit, but is unlikely to significantly affect aging.”
If anything, since cell division is finite, they’ll feel better but die sooner.
Wouldn’t that be awful?

Newborn Human Baby Blood Shown to Reverse Age Related Diseases.
A recent scientific study published in the scientific Journal Nature has born out the possibility that components of the blood of newborn human babies could actually reverse many of the problems associated with cognitive and other impairments due to aging.”

Problem? How are the wages of sin the problem of the rest of us?

You didn’t want the Government interfering in your body, did you?
Now you can’t ask it to interfere with others’ bodies on your behalf.

“While this may strike many as a horrific topic with it’s possible implications. Be aware this research is all linked to the scientific journals. A topic not for the faint of heart.”

titled “Human Umbilical Cord Plasma Proteins Revitalize Hippocampal Function in Aged Mice”

http://www.nature.com/articles/nature22067.epdf

…So does tea in humans.

Asking this important question. What is the age of the blood needed for the maximum effects? Citing the scientific literature from the Journal Nature. Any of the recent articles on the Parabiosis and the elite’s fascination with it all reference the same report in the journal Nature. Missing the most telling part of the report entitled Ageing research: Blood to blood.

This was only a couple paragraphs down from the material covered in the mainstream pieces. Mainstream media outlets must have lost interest after only a couple paragraphs.

Clive McCay, a biochemist and gerontologist at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, was the first to apply parabiosis to the study of ageing. In 1956, his team joined 69 pairs of rats, almost all of differing ages3. They linked rats included a 1.5-month-old paired with a 16-month-old — the equivalent of pairing a 5-year-old human with a 47-year-old. It was not a pretty experiment. Journal Nature Ageing research: Blood to blood.

“Pairing the equivalent of an 18-year-old with a 47-year-old produced only negligible results. ”

What they’re waiting to tell you, boiling the frog.

“Whereas pairing that same 47-year-old with a 5-year-old produced much better results.”

New form of pedophilia? What would that be? Pedophagy?

“Mining the components of the young blood to enhance the function of an older host. All of this is certainly not good for the young donor being sucked dry of its vitality.”

Putting it lightly. It’s basically the machine in Princess Bride taking years of your life away.

Wait, literally. That’s literally it. 

I guess it’s like socialism, they coerce you into agreement by promising you can benefit later too. Only the idiots wouldn’t realize this would only even them out (taken one, given one) much like other Ponzi e.g. pensions, where the money given later is inflated to worthlessness. What are you gonna do, sue the long-dead people? You trusted an illegal IOU (slavery) from people already screwing you? “Don’t trust anyone over 30”.

OT I wonder if this woman was harvesting from her African slaves.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delphine_LaLaurie

Back to the paper.

http://www.nature.com/articles/nature22067.epdf

Regarding this experiment it was not injecting young mouse blood into older mice. Injections of actual newborn human blood plasma from donated umbilical cords were given to older mice.”

I dispute “donated”, there is pressure involved in harvesting. Talk about objectification, right? Harvesting female body parts.
Mothers aren’t told their babies need that umbilical blood for brain function and to delay cord cutting as long as possible. Don’t cut until it stops pumping (into the baby’s body).

“The experiment was related to aging research and not Alzheimer’s disease as is often quoted in mainstream articles when broaching the need for such macabre experiments.”

I hate people who skim headlines and act like they read the paper for this reason. It takes two minutes to read the abstract.

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/08/young-blood-antiaging-trial-raises-questions

“Before the infusions and 1 month after, their blood will be tested for more than 100 biomarkers that may vary with age, from hemoglobin level to inflammation markers.”
Let’s see the list.

“Karmazin was also intrigued by the story of a Russian physician named Alexander Bogdanov, who in the 1920s gave himself infusions of young human blood that he claimed boosted his energy level and bestowed a more youthful appearance. There are “overwhelming data” suggesting that young plasma will be beneficial to people, Karmazin says.”
Plasma doesn’t make you look younger.

I haven’t seen any of that data either.

This is reverse Robin Hood medical abuse.

The participants won’t necessarily be elderly, making it hard to see any effects, and there are no well-accepted biomarkers of aging in blood, he says.”
Try adrenochrome?

translation: we have no good findings and don’t expect replicable answers, this is science! we wear lab coats and everything! still give us money!

http://www.naturalnewsblogs.com/parabiosis-elite-transfusing-blood-young-original-research-funded-rockefeller-foundation/
Rockefeller research, as capped.

Almost done, paper vomit and the best connection left last.

Parabiosis paper:

https://www.physiology.org/doi/abs/10.1152/physrev.1952.32.3.277?journalCode=physrev
By far the most numerous investigations ….involving pituitary-gonad interrelations.”

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260094325_A_revival_of_parabiosis_in_biomedical_research

https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2017/11/a-review-of-the-recent-history-of-parabiosis-research/
“contradictory research results to date” – last year end

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3938334/
Parabiosis in mice, in detail

Parabiosis doesn’t help skin
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17579342

Parabiosis and stem cells
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23489470

Doesn’t really work
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26540176
suggests strategies for accelerating development of therapies to broadly combat age-related tissue degenerative pathologies. Many highlighted recent reports on systemic tissue rejuvenation combine parabiosis with a “silver bullet” putatively responsible for the positive effects.”

translation We need real metrics and results. Look busy!

“Attempts to unify these papers reflect the excitement about this experimental approach and add value in reproducing previous work. At the same time, defined molecular approaches, which are “beyond parabiosis” for the rejuvenation of multiple old organs represent progress toward attenuating or even reversing human tissue aging.”

trans. We need to move on from it before investors figure this out.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23470554
“therefore, factors that are rapidly cleared from the circulation do not reach equilibrium across the parabiotic union whereas those with a long half-life achieve a uniform concentration and bioactivity in both members of a pair.”
“the obese mouse lacked a circulating signal that regulated energy balance, whereas the diabetic mouse appeared insensitive to such a signal”

As you can guess, this is why they don’t want other adults, capable of informed consent.

They need something fresh and pure.

Original document
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1266980/
“Adrenaline and adrenochrome by David Ezra Green and Derek Richter”
April 1937
Same:
http://www.biochemj.org/content/31/4/596

Where’s the science, they ask?
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0003986151902858
“The adrenochrome redox system”

A 1999 paper I can see some interest in, insufficient to connect.
https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF03033271

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306987703003190
Schizophrenia and cancer: the adrenochrome balanced morphism 2004

“There is experimental evidence that appears to support this possibility. Matrix Pharmaceuticals Inc. has received a US patent covering the composition of IntraDose Injectable Gel. This gel contains cisplatin and epinephrine (adrenaline) and is designed to be injected directly into tumour masses. Cisplatin is a very powerful oxidant which will almost certainly rapidly convert the adrenaline to adrenochrome. While the manufacturers of IntraDose consider cisplatin to be the active cytotoxic agent in IntraDose, it seems more likely that adrenochrome and its derivatives may, in fact, be more effective.”

Like they DON’T KNOW.

Puh-LEASE.

“IntraDose gel has undergone or is undergoing a series of Phase III open-label clinical studies, being injected into patients’ tumours that have been identified as the most troublesome by their physicians. The results have been impressive for breast cancer, malignant melanoma, esophageal cancer and cancer of the head, neck and liver.”

If they’re profiteering off this too, that sounds like Big Pharma.

If you’re wondering why so many celebrities would take such a thing.

The most interesting lead today.

A Victorian Marxist
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Bogdanov
with a psychopath stare.

Contemporary of Crowley.

Such a Marxist, in fact:

http://www.marxists.org/archive/bogdanov/index.htm

“He maintained that the party could only work through illegal organizations”

they call him “ultra-left” and he was kicked out.

Marxists.org call him Ultra Left.

That’s enough for one day.

BDNF in the blood

https://academic.oup.com/ijnp/article/14/3/347/905865

comparable levels to the brain

so if you took it from the blood

and transferred it to a new blood supply

it would re-calibrate the new brain to a better equilibrium

there’s your nootropic

and superior stroke recovery, along with other medical healing marvels

why would Hillary need that sort of thing?

The Aluminium Age and Alzheimer’s

Where’s the science?

https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/0-387-23226-5_11
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0162013409001731
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878535215001914

“The results demonstrated that Al(III) induced the transformation of the initial random coil structure to the β-sheet configuration in the Aβ40 peptides. These structural changes facilitated the aggregation of Aβ40.”

Meanwhile, denial train. Choo choo!

https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/about-dementia/risk-factors-and-prevention/metals-and-dementia
“Here’s the evidence behind the presence of metals such as copper, zinc, iron and aluminium.”
The first three are needed by the body and not neurotoxins.
“But the evidence doesn’t yet show whether this relationship actually causes Alzheimer’s disease.”
Have you tried checking?
“It is also unclear whether reducing metals in the brain via drugs or reducing our exposure would have any effect.”
It is unclear whether Caesar was stabbed but there is a lot of blood and all these knives might’ve had some effect.
“These metals are essential to the healthy function of our brain,”
100% LIE.
Aluminium is not necessary for any bodily function.
But it makes food manufacturing dirt cheap!


“The body is able to tolerate these metals in small amounts by clearing through the kidneys. ”

Well, clearly not.

These include aluminium and lead, for example it has been shown that if they are not taken out by the kidneys through organ failure or by exposure to extremely high doses these metals are able to deposit in the brain.
These metals are known to cause negative effects in the brain and have been implicated in several neurological conditions.”
Safe as lead, guys!
And no that’s outdated, the body doesn’t really clear it. See end.
“In 1965, researchers found that rabbits injected with an extremely high dose of aluminium developed toxic tau tangles in their brains. This led to speculation that aluminium from cans, cookware, processed foods and even the water supply could be causing dementia.”
But the can manufacturers were slipped a bribe because they recently had to switch from toxic tin.
That generation’s children now seem to be presenting with unprecedented Alzheimer’s…. coincidence?
“Importantly, these results were only seen with extremely high exposures that far exceed the levels that can enter the body through food or potentially through contact with aluminium cookware.”
That limit does not exist and assumes perfect health – no alcoholism, polluted air, toxic water, stress, chronic diseases.
“As yet no study or group of studies has been able to confirm that aluminium is involved in the development of Alzheimer’s disease.”
Ethics and finding the funding.
Also a half-lie, there are many studies. As you’ll see.
“Aluminium is seen in the normal, healthy brain.”

…..No?

No, it isn’t.
Not ever. Not at all.
It shouldn’t get past the barrier.
Normal for the modern world is not healthy.

Opening line here: “Aluminium is neurotoxic.”
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24779346

Back to the liars:

“Although aluminium has been seen in amyloid plaques there is no solid evidence that aluminium is increased in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease.”
Yes there was, you’re ignoring it.

They dissected Alzheimer’s patients and found it in there.
Blatant lie.

No convincing relationship between amount of exposure or aluminium in the body and the development of Alzheimer’s disease has been established.”
Wait before it didn’t exist and in the very next sentence, it isn’t convincing?
“Aluminium in food and drink is in a form that is not easily absorbed in to the body. Hence the amount taken up is less than 1% of the amount present in food and drink.”
Bullshit. It’s the most processed form it goes through the whole digestive tract and then into the bloodstream like food nutrients.
Less than 1% – per meal or drink. PER meal or drink.
Comforting?
“Most of the aluminium taken into the body is cleaned out by the kidneys.”
Outdated.
And wouldn’t it be the liver?
“failed to find a convincing causal association between aluminium exposure in humans and Alzheimer’s disease.”
Give us the data instead of finding excuses to hide it.
1991, before the cash cow was in full milking rotation
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/21345082_Aluminium_amyloid_and_Alzheimer’s_disease
“exposure to aluminium has been implicated by epidemiological studies and the finding of aluminium in the cerebral plaques and tangles.”
3 decades later? Still covering it up?
While they blame copper:
https://www.keele.ac.uk/research/researchnews/2012/metalsandtheamyloidcascadehypothesisofalzheimersdisease.php
It’s neuroprotective.
“a high brain tissue ratio of copper to aluminium protects against neurotoxicity associated with the deposition of amyloid-b and the amyloid cascade hypothesis.”
“The study on 60 aged human brains identified a number of relationships between the degree of severity of amyloid-b neuropathology and the metal content of tissue from the donor brains. The latter was recently published for aluminium, copper and iron (House et al. (2012) Metallomics 4, 56-65).


Relationships, PLURAL and severity.

“Specifically, the extent and severity of amyloid-b deposition was inversely related to the copper content of brain tissue. Lower copper resulted in more severe and more extensive deposition of amyloid-b in the donor brain.”
But obviously you’re crazy to read about it.
“The research suggested that for those individuals with moderate to severe amyloid pathology, a copper to aluminium ratio of less than 20 predicted dementia.”
“Professor Exley said: “The hypothesis requires further testing but if proven correct it could explain why some individuals with senile plaques do not suffer from dementia. The implication being that a high brain tissue ratio of copper to aluminium protects against neurotoxicity associated with the deposition of amyloid-b and the amyloid cascade hypothesis.””

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0162013411002145
Aluminium-specific chelators reduce symptoms. Coincidence?
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0161813X1530036X
Effect is seen with low levels too:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0161813X1530036X
By this means, the body burden of aluminum in humans has increased. Epidemiological and experimental findings indicate that aluminum is not as harmless as was previously thought, and that aluminum may contribute to the inception and advancement of Alzheimer’s disease. Epidemiological data is reinforced by indications that aluminum exposure can result in excess inflammatory activity within the brain.


“Evidence is presented that reinforces the likelihood that aluminum is a factor speeding the rate of brain aging. Such acceleration would inevitably enlarge the incidence of age-related neurological diseases.”

Maybe most Baby Boomers would be okay if their brains weren’t poisoned?

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301008210000936
“However, disruption of these mechanisms, or absorption of detrimental metals with no known biological function, alter the ionic balance and can result in a disease state, including several neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease. Understanding the complex structural and functional interactions of metal ions with the various intracellular and extracellular components of the central nervous system, under normal conditions and during neurodegeneration, is essential for the development of effective therapies.”

I hope you plan on someone in Big Pharma coming to kill you for developing therapies.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B9780444508119500471
http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/2000/articles/2000-v15n01-p021.shtml
Opening line: “Aluminum has been identified as a neurotoxin for over 100 years.”
As safe as lead or mercury.

http://www.alz-disease.org/downloads/Aluminum2.pdf
You know where the society said no studies?
“A 2008 systematic review of studies that included aluminum exposure through drinking water, diet, and occupation found 23 studies demonstrated an increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease with elevated aluminum exposure, 3 found that there was no connection…”
Cover-up? Where’s the science?

I can’t seem to find it, guys!

https://bmcgeriatr.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12877-016-0342-y
We screened 4784 studies and included 60 in the review. Risk factors were considered in six categories: air quality, toxic heavy metals, other metals, other trace elements, occupational-related exposures, and miscellaneous environmental factors. Few studies took a life course approach. There is at least moderate evidence implicating the following risk factors: air pollution; aluminium; silicon; selenium; pesticides; vitamin D deficiency; and electric and magnetic fields.”
Life course is ideal.

https://www.aerzteblatt.de/int/archive/article/193516
There is a threshold.
“Our article examines the question of whether environmental and therapeutic aluminum exposure increases the risk of disease. To this end, Alzheimer’s disease and breast cancer are taken as critical endpoints. Aluminum’s neurotoxic effects in humans and its embryotoxic effects in animal models have been proven (4).”

https://www.futsci.com/uploads/project/file/f004582d987d2142ba418d26149d258d64e024e9.pdf
“An inevitable consequence of humans living in
the Aluminium Age is the presence of aluminium in the
brain. This non-essential, neurotoxic metal gains entry to
the brain throughout all stages of human development,
from the foetus through to old age. Human exposure to
myriad forms of this ubiquitous and omnipresent metal
makes its presence in the brain inevitable, while the
structure and physiology of the brain makes it particularly
susceptible to the accumulation of aluminium with age. In
spite of aluminium’s complete lack of biological essentiality,
it actually participates avidly in brain biochemistry
and substitutes for essential metals in critical biochemical
processes. The degree to which such substitutions are disruptive
and are manifested as biological effects will depend
upon the biological availability of aluminium in any particular
physical or chemical compartment, and will under
all circumstances be exerting an energy load on the brain.
In short, the brain must expend energy in its ‘unconscious’
response to an exposure to biologically available aluminium.
There are many examples where ‘biological effect’
has resulted in aluminium-induced neurotoxicity and most
potently in conditions that have resulted in an aluminiumassociated
encephalopathy. However, since aluminium is
non-essential and not required by the brain, its biological
availability will only rarely achieve such levels of acuity,
and it is more pertinent to consider and investigate the
brain’s response to much lower though sustained levels of
biologically reactive aluminium. This is the level of
exposure that defines the putative role of aluminium in
chronic neurodegenerative disease and, though thoroughly
investigated in numerous animal models, the chronic toxicity
of aluminium has yet to be addressed experimentally
in humans. A feasible test of the ‘aluminium hypothesis’,
whereby aluminium in the human brain is implicated in
chronic neurodegenerative disease, would be to reduce the
brain’s aluminium load to the lowest possible level by noninvasive
means. The simplest way that this aim can be
fulfilled in a significant and relevant population is by
facilitating the urinary excretion of aluminium through the
regular drinking of a silicic acid-rich mineral water over an
extended time period. This will lower the body and
brain burden of aluminium, and by doing so will test
whether brain aluminium contributes significantly to
chronic neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s
and Parkinson’s.”

Of course, A Drink is cheaper than all the care of the sick patients and you can’t steal their house legally by telling the council they lack competence.

“Certainly aluminium either directly as a
particulate or indirectly following the dissolution of
nanoparticulates could induce an inflammatory action in
the human brain, and this has been demonstrated in animal
models [64]. The immunopotency of aluminiumbased
adjuvants outside their role as adjuvants in vaccine
and allergy therapies seems to have been largely ignored
as a potential mechanism of aluminium toxicity
throughout the body [65] and especially in the nervous
system [66]. The consistent observation of significant
accumulations of aluminium in the brain should at least
be a warning of the potential for such to participate in
neuroinflammatory toxicity.”

You’d think.

The brain is an obvious target for aluminium toxicity.
Neurotoxicity is evident under acute conditions such as
encephalopathies, and it is predicted but not necessarily
recognised as such under chronic or everyday exposures to
environmental aluminium. The mechanisms of neurotoxicity
are potentially myriad, while their manifestations as
biochemical changes are probably quite subtle for all but
the most vulnerable groups.”

Headaches, stomach aches, etc. “Brain fog” might be entirely toxin based.

“While the latter must include
the foetus and neonate, there are few indications as to the
identities of others who are susceptible to the neurotoxicity
of aluminium. Since the advent of the Hall-He´roult process
(and thereafter Bayer process) towards the end of the
nineteenth century and our ability to extract aluminium
from its inert ores on an industrial scale, we have all been
living in the Aluminium Age [67]. Now, in the twenty-first
century, we can no longer completely avoid environmental
exposure to aluminium. Since there is as yet no proven
requirement for aluminium in any living organism, never
mind in humans, it would be prudent to reduce our
everyday exposure to avoid aluminium entering the body
and persisting in the human brain [68].”

It’s used to process junk food, watch How It’s Made.
When people feel better after giving up junk, it might be aluminium exposure reduction.

It would be easy to study: people who eat a lot of junk and people who don’t, Al urine amounts.

“We have begun to
show that this can be achieved by using nature’s own way
of avoiding biologically available aluminium. We have
shown that regular consumption of silicon-rich mineral
waters both reduce our gastrointestinal uptake of aluminium
and, importantly, facilitate our urinary excretion of
systemic aluminium [48]. Life on Earth evolved in spite of
a crust of aluminosilicate [1]. However, the Hall-He´roult
process and the subsequent arrival of an Aluminium Age
have let the aluminium genie out of the bottle. Our final
wish should be that the unique inorganic chemistry of
aluminium and silicic acid will help to put the genie back
where it can be used effectively but, most importantly,
safely.”

Trans. We evolved to take silicon into our brain but aluminium is taking its place.
It lied on its CV, it needs to be fired.

http://www.academia.edu/12143618/Aluminium_and_Alzheimer_s_Disease_A_Suspicious_Link
“This article summarizes the various ways in which Al induces oxidative stress, eventually leading to cell death. It also gives a brief account of manifold epidemiological studies that relate the abundant occurrence of Al in soil and water and the prevalence of AD. Al carriers, their role in AD, Al in neurofibrillary tangles, biochemical reactions altered by Al influx in mitochondria have been briefly discussed.”
One of the key words is apoptosis…

https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.bing.com/&httpsredir=1&article=11467&context=rtd
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/21666142_Aluminium_accumulation_beta-amyloid_deposition_and_neurofibrillary_changes_in_the_central_nervous_system
“If aluminium contributes to the development of sporadic AD, it must do so indirectly, perhaps via effects on the synthesis or metabolism of APP, or by contributing generally to the age-related attrition of neurons and thus reducing the threshold for deficits produced by more specific disease-related processes.”

Final study describes a mechanism.

https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/81923975.pdf
Back-up PDFs are always useful.

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/07853898909149192?journalCode=iann20

https://www.deepdyve.com/lp/elsevier/demonstration-of-aluminum-in-amyloid-fibers-in-the-cores-of-senile-cwa8nRkSAh

https://febs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1016/j.febslet.2006.10.075
Active effect of aluminium on the brain’s self-cleaning.

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fneur.2014.00167/full
“Aluminum, as an extremely high charge density cation (Z2/r = 18), has the remarkable capability to both (1) aggregate and compact Aβ42 peptide monomers into higher order, more neurotoxic oligomeric, and fibrillar structures, and (2) impair, at the molecular-genetic* level, the cellular machinery responsible for Aβ42 peptide monomer phagocytosis and clearance from the cell (4–13).”

*Hints at genetic damage.

Apparently the levels we ingest are “physiologically realistic.” As in, it can affect you.

They need chelation therapy.