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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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Humans, Hollow Earth, Health... and Magnesium


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The most thought-through, researched, and informative source on the concept of Hollow Earth, from father and son team Kevin and Matthew Taylor, explains that the expansion of the Earth (that's been going on since 200 million years ago) has a very different effect on the inside of the crust than it does on the outside/surface; apparently, whereas the outside has known tears that got filled up with lava, creating our (relatively new) seabeds, the inside is marked by fissures and canals that fill up with seawater instead, forming a kind of 'reverse rivers', bringing water TO the land.
That's actually quite a big deal. Not for nothing it was actually a proposal i had in my article Bringing Sea to Land; Why The Oceans Are Our Future, for the fact that rain has been running away soil, minerals, and other nutrients to the sea for billions of years makes a large discrepancy of mineral deposits to be found between sea and land.

Related species of fish that have a sea and a fresh water counterpart show that the 'sea cousin' is much healthier than the 'land cousin', which can be attributed to the fact that sea life is immersed in all of the minerals on the planet and is therefore able to live out it's genetic possibilities without limitations caused by lack of nutrition/minerals. Land life is always thwarted by some seepage of nutrients to the sea and is basically always a 'best effort' situation, working with whatever it can. One good example is the lack of selenium in soil in many areas of the world. Land life creates workarounds and survives but doesn't necessarily (sur)thrive (as a similar life-form might in the ocean).

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Minerals are life, in so many ways. To continue with the example of selenium, selenium rich foods such as brazil nuts and garlic can offer the body a natural means of dealing with mercury toxicity. That's how sea life does it. Because seawater and sea life are full of selenium, top-of-the-food-chain dolphins don't suffer from the massive amounts of mercury they ingest, dosages so high that we would die if we were to experience as much [a good reason why it's a very bad idea to eat dolphins and why passing dolphin meat off as whale meat is criminal; sea the documentary The Cove]. Dolphins thrive even though the potent natural neural toxin mercury should drive the dolphins insane, yet it doesn't. The Romans come to mind, for more reasons than one: the Roman empire was built along the coasts of Italy, at the mouth of the Tiber river, the Tiber delta. Rome was one of the great cultures of mankind, not unlike Indians along the Ganges, Chinese along their great rivers [Beijing and Shanghai at the river deltas], or the Egyptians at the Nile delta. Great cultures have commonly come up where great areas of land [the river delta] meet the sea. The sweet water rolls into sea, yet some salt makes it some way up river, offering the sea's endless bounty of minerals to that region. The ideal irrigation water, actually, would be 1% seawater (containing about 350 ppm of sea minerals). Yet the Romans also saw their great culture fail and fall due to a wide-spread madness among Roman nobles who partook of the water flowing through their modern but destructive lead waterpipes. Lead poisoning brought about a disease that destroyed an empire from within, poisoning the brains of it's leaders, after the sea minerals had made it possible for that great culture to flourish.

One mineral specifically is so abundant and important in this case: magnesium. Magnesium and calcium are natural counterparts in the body and they form an important play of balance. Calcium causes muscles to clench, magnesium cause them to relax, for instance. The balance of magnesium and calcium is very important but the balance in seawater compared to river water (that has been fed minerals from eroding mountainous rocks) is quite different; 3:1 Mg:Ca in seawater and 1:2 in rock on land. The calcium-magnesium balance is so important that when it's in sync, health flourishes. That's how cultures that live around enough sea minerals, as in the case of river deltas, can grow to greatness: people are generally in good health, are productive, and their brains are working at peak capacity.

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Humans, Hollow Earth, Health... and Magnesium [part 2]


Together they may make up a superior culture in time. Hollow Earth with it's many rivers of seawater, has not just a few regions on the (inner) surface world, scattered along coast lines, but many areas are effectively nurtured and fed by the sea. This is also, no wonder, where intelligent life developed first. Not only does Inner Earth life do better under conditions of constant warmth and eternal spring, but it is not leeched of minerals and salts that flow away via rivers to the sea the way that happens on the surface. In Hollow Earth the sea also gives back.

Dr. Ron Cusson has done interesting research into the unique characteristics of a so-called calcium channel within the cells of our body. His research shows that it's actually not a calcium channel at all but rather a magnesium channel. However, because the two minerals are related or similar in certain important aspects, because of the great lack of magnesium in surface-world diets, the body often has to substitute magnesium with calcium in important cell functions. As this is an undesirable workaround, though it may help a cell survive, one of the great drawbacks is a lack of mobility of the cells with the overabundance of Ca while they lack Mg. Dr. Cusson has developed products to help counter this Mg-deficiency/Ca-toxicity, attaching Mg to bicarbonates to create magnesiumbicarbonate, which the body can readily use to get out the excess Ca and deliver quickly the much-needed Mg. Tissues that are rigid for too much Ca can then regain their flexibility. Serious symptoms and health issues can be reversed since every cell in the body has a magnesium channel that's been working with calcium. It's possible to make yourself.

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Magnesium could, therefore, easily be the most important mineral we're all lacking for our health, including mental health, i.e. clarity of thought, ability to focus, etc. Imagine brain cells that aren't as supple as they should be, every single one of the trillions being slightly off balance and rigid for a lack of relaxing magnesium. Minerals are important and that realisation has caused a global 'hype' surrounding so-called superfoods, but there are 90+ minerals; which do we need and which do we need most? The superfood-hype is mainly about throwing large quantities of minerals at one's health issues, in the hope that the body will be able to utilize what's being offered and heal itself. Though many people experience (great) benefit, not many foods that grow on land have much Mg to offer. Sea foods contain more, as a rule, but fish with their risk of mercury toxicity aren't whole-heartedly embraced by people seeking to improve their health, and how much seaweed can one consume a day? Just as minerals are necessary for the absorption of vitamins, undoubtably certain minerals are also more necessary than others to support important body (and cell) functions.
Could magnesium be the mineral god? Deliverer of intelligence, good health, and culture? The Powers That Be have been selling us all calcium as essential mineral, though a balance of magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus is commonly understood to be desirable by health professionals; we're drinking dairy by the gallon, but what about the other 2 of that trilogy? Juice producers actually add calcium to fruit juices but if our intake is already out of balance, that's adding insult to injury.
A good way to ingest minerals is by bathing in the sea every day, but who has that option (or clean seawater to swim in)? Dr. Cusson's magnesiumbicarbonate appears for now to be a rather unique approach to health, in a world gone calcium-mad. Madness or proper functioning of the brain may be key to understanding the Mg riddle; if great cultures come about where there's enough Mg to counter the Ca in the soil from earth sources, great mental health should come about as well when the two are balanced, for a culture could never become greater than others without increased mental capacities. If intelligent life, as well, could come about in Hollow Earth first, a connection with abundant minerals and a better balance of important ones could've been the determining factor. Intelligence is subtle and before Hollow Earth cultures created Homo Erectus from a combination of their DNA with surface primates, dolphins were likely the most intelligent life-forms the surface knew, having come from the abundant oceans.
Have you had your magnesium today?
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