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Justin Church interview with Molecular Hydrogen Institute

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The name Justin Church should sound familiar to most of you, as he's the one who came up with and open sourced the Template: 4525.

There are some great moments in this interview, especially around 22 minutes when Justin gives his model of how the E-Cat LENR process works.

The Molecular Hydrogen Institute was founded to study the health benefits of hydroxy gas bubbled through water or breathed.


(YouTube )

Regarding what Tyler said about oxygen, I wrote:

: Hi Tyler,

: While it may be true that too much oxygen within a cell (due to membrane pumps not operating properly) can be toxic, my understanding from what I've learned is that oxygen is extremely beneficial to health, and that it is a dearth of oxygen that leads to cancer, not [an abundance].

: I got my BS at BYU in Microbiology, and did two years of graduate work in Bioelectrochemistry, studying the interaction of electromagnetic phenomenon and human systems, especially the role of high pH on predisposing cells to cancer.

: Loved Becker's book: Body Electric, which is what spurred me to change my major as a grad student from Virology to Bioelectrochemistry.

: There is a lot of junk you have to sift through in mainstream health as well as in alternative. Generally speaking, there is a lot more good stuff in the alternative world than in the mainstream world.

Tyler responded:

: Friday, September 26, 2014 9:52 AM

: Subject: Re: (HHO) comments on oxygen & health

: Hi Sterling,

: Thanks for reaching out. If I would have known that Justin was recording the interview I would have shared more information about oxygen. I agree that in some cases oxygen can be harmful and in other beneficial. Most people I talk to believe that oxygen is purely the elixir of life and the more oxygen you breath, the more hyperbaric therapy you get, etc. the better off you'll be.

: Because most people already understand the benefits of O2, I wanted to point out the potential negatives. But did not get time to expound on the that point. Here is an interesting article you may enjoy on the topic about the possible benefits and negatives about hyperbaric O2

: We can discuss my actual views on this matter at a future time, as well as hydrogen therapy.

: Best,

: Tyler LeBaron

-- SilverThunder 19:30, 26 September 2014 (UTC)

TWIFE™ -- Featuring NASA's Ed Grimm on hydroxy


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(YouTube September 26, 2014)

-- SilverThunder 18:27, 26 September 2014 (UTC)

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