Recommended Further Reading 1. Chronology of Life and Works The political philosopher, Hannah Arendtwas born in Hanover, Germany, inthe only child of secular Jews. InArendt began her studies in classics and Christian theology at the University of Berlin, and in entered Marburg University, where she studied philosophy with Martin Heidegger.
Part 1 — The Disease When it is clarified that the rheumatic swelling in the bones is caused by tin, and that the tin is sticking to the bones, so to speak, because the bone marrow contains a tin-loving bacteria, it follows that the most obvious source of that bacteria is a parasite.
If the parasite were in the lungs you would have a chronic cough, or asthma. Pylori or chronic acid reflux. But when the organisms are in the bone marrow you will have pain, awful chronic burning pain right inside the bones, and we use the word arthritis to describe that. With the 20th century penchant for classification came the diversifications of forms of arthritis: These different terms are simply quantifying different combinations of parasite species in the bones.
RA seems to be associated with a higher than normal count of hookworms, since hookworms poop a particular bacteria that in turn, particularly likes tin. These seem to co-exist peacefully amongst themselves, in the same way that cheetahs, leopards and lions can all live nearby in the African veldt, or seagulls, crows and pigeons can all inhabit the same green space in an urban area.
In the same way Roundworms, hookworms and flukes feed on different, non-competing nutrient sources inside the human body. It seems for the most part that they make their presence felt based on what kind of waste they excrete.
A hookworm might excrete waste full of tin-loving bacteria, a roundworm may excrete iron-loving bacteria and a fluke usually excretes arsenic-loving bacteria. And if you get a species of roundworm that excretes a different type of bacteria, such as calcium-loving bacteria instead of the more ordinary iron-loving bacteria, then instead of An analysis of the condition of bones in space you could develop osteoporosis.
An understanding of arthritis is rooted in the bacteriology, but to understand bacteriology we need to view it on the one hand with reference to the parasite that is continually propagating the bacterial colony, and on the other hand from the perspective of which type of heavy metal the bacteria uses for its own metabolism.
There are thousands, possibly millions of types of bacteria in parasites so nobody is going to quantify them all and from a medical diagnostic standpoint, there is no way to know which ones you are high in.
But the heavy metal can be measured and the parasite can be measured. This collapses the symptom permanently by resolving the root problem, which is that the bacterial colony keeps getting replenished. Relationships From this perspective then, we can understand the relationships between various parasites and the bone conditions caused by the bacteria they excrete.
Everyone diagnosed with fibromyalgia should test for elevated arsenic levels. Fibromyalgia is arsenic toxicity; Rheumatoid Arthritis is Tin toxicity.
And now we understand more clearly why the toxicity is presenting itself. We can even use this methodology to fill in the blanks of understanding for other bone conditions: King Henry the 8th would have loved to learn about this.
In fact there is evidence that hosting protozoans can suppress the action of the metazoan worms, since worms can get giardia too. The enemy of your enemy is your friend, as the saying goes.
So with rheumatoid arthritis, where there is pronounced tin toxicity, you probably also have roundworm and fluke, and may also have giardia, but you probably have hookworm as the largest contributor to the overall symptom set.
And of course these are all in the marrow of the bones being affected, intestinal hookworm would not give you R. How can a parasite fit in a bone? The yellow marrow is concentrated more in the center, the red marrow fills the outside of the bone and is part of the nutrient delivery system.
The adjacent image illustrates just how much red marrow is in the bone. And where there is marrow there are spaces. Parasites can be very small.
The pork roundworm is only 1mm long, a fully grown hookworm is 1cm. Flukes grow into the available size of their environment. It may be a disconcerting thought, since we think of the bones and being solid, and of parasites as being intestinal-only, but parasites can easily fit into the spaces in the red and yellow marrow of the bones.
How did they get in? The organisms themselves are too soft, even with their nasty little parasite teeth to be able to bite and burrow through bone. The only logical possibility is that they washed into the bone as an egg, before they hatched, since the egg form of the parasite is itself small enough to wash in.
It would wash in with other nutrients through the red marrow. Blood vessels penetrate the porous bones to deliver nutrients. Parasite eggs are easily small enough to float in the bloodstream and wash into a bone as the blood circulates in and out.
Once the eggs wash into the bones they hatch, grow and are now stuck in a bone prison. While intestinal parasites can crawl anywhere in the foot long intestinal tract, and can even chew through the organ tissue walls and migrate elsewhere in the body skin, organs, etcparasites in the bones are stuck in the bones.
And their poop is stuck there too. When the amount of parasite bacteria in the bones outpaces the ability of the body to eliminate that bacteria, there is a clogging effect.scope designation: outer diameter [mm] working length [cm] suction channel [mm] smallest endotracheal tube size (tube sizes are the smallest possible with each instrument.
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which will provide key readouts relevant to the “disease condition.’ This capability will allow the scientists to start testing for the effectiveness of candidate drugs. Weakening of the bones due to the progressive loss of bone mass is a potentially serious side-effect of extended spaceflight.
Studies of cosmonauts and astronauts who spent many months on space station Mir revealed that space travelers can lose (on average) 1 to 2 percent of bone mass each month.
In order to make movement analysis effective in the solution of clinical problems, a structured position and orientation of bones in space during function is one of the most critical variables in this context.
The orientation and position in space of a bone, dealt with as if it were a rigid body, entails the definition of.