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Thomas Gold article published in The Sunday Telegraph August 20, 2000 by Graham Phillips.

Thomas Gold -  there is no shortage of oil - the scarcity myth, however is one that suits the OPEC nations because it keeps oil prices high. Oil does not come from dead plants that lived aeons ago. Earth was created with its oil reserves just as it was created with its gold and other mineral deposits.

Thomas Gold is not a geologist but a highly regarded physicist and astronomer. Gold tested his theory by drilling down more that 6km. Incredibly he extracted tonnes of oil from the granite down there. This is simply too deep and the wrong type of rock to find oil in if its the product of decaying plants.

The professor has been called crazy before. In the 60's he announced to the world that he had found nuetron stars - dead suns that have become so dense, a handfull of them weighs as much as a mountain. Gold's suggestion was considered to be so absurd that he was ridiculed at an internatianal conference - even prevented from speaking. Now his crazy idea has become accepted scientific wisdom.

 

French materials scientist Professor Joseph Davidovits

Joseph Davidovits in 1974 first aired this theory that the blocks of the Great Pyramid were not cut, but poured - somewhat  similar to cement and other manmade chemical building processes.

From an engineering perspective, this technique would make the construction of the Great Pyramid much easier:

There were no immense limestone  blocks to be moved.

There is no real need for a ramp and the transport of the stone material could be done faster, as less care was required in moving the limestone.

The technique could  also explain how the tremendous accuracy in the construction of the pyramid was achieved.

The famous ďknife's edge cannot fit  between two stonesĒ is possible to achieve because wooden molds that were placed  next to a completed block upon which cement was poured into the mold, then left to dry, before the next stone was made. This guaranteed that each one fitted perfectly to the  next.

Davidovits was given samples of the Great Pyramid by Egyptologist  Jean-Philippe Lauer in 1982, which he identified as fragments  of geopolymers. In more recent years, his work has received the  backing of several other experts in the field and when his team gave samples of modern reagglomerated stone produced at the beginning  of the year 2002 to two leading geology laboratories for blind  analysis, the scientists stated that the sample was natural limestone!  When even geologists get it wrong, it underlines how difficult it is for Egyptologists, who as mentioned  remain  unwilling to venture where they truly should go.

Joseph Davidovits is a world expert in modern and ancient  cements, as well as geosynthesis and man-made rocks, and the inventor  of geopolymers and the chemistry of geopolymerisation. He is an expert in his field and sometimes referred to as the father of geopolymers.

 

 

The Cholesterol Myth: Dietary Villains and Cholesterol Drug War.
Thursday 31 October 8pm on ABC 1

For decades we have been told that eating saturated fats increase our cholesterol and which then causes hard disease!

Donít eat butter or full cream milk, donít eat sour cream, donít eat animal fats!      It appears that we have been eating a lot of B.S fed to us by the Heart foundation.

Catalyst, ABC1: TV In October 2013, Catalyst aired Heart of the Matter a two part program dealing with statins, cholesterol and heart disease. Following a number of complaints, the ABCís independent Audience and Consumer Affairs Unit investigated the programs. While acknowledging the importance of public health issues relating to the efficacy of heart  disease treatment and the contrasting opinions of highly-qualified scientists, the A&CA has concluded that while both programs met the  ABCís editorial standards for accuracy, a section of part two was found  to breach impartiality standards. The full investigation report can be viewed here:

Link: Catalyst-Heart-of-the-Matter-ACA-Investigation-Report



Reconciling Discordant Observations: The Vital Importance of Replacement Nutrients
https://www.clinicalcorrelations.org/2013/11/08/the-complicated-story-of-saturated-fat/


Caveats abound in the research on diet and heart disease and we must take caution before drawing conclusions about healthy eating. When counseling our patients, it is vital to remember that decreasing saturated fat changes two variables in the food consumption equation: the removal of saturated fat and the addition of something else to replace it. Indeed, the replacement that our patients choose is likely to be the factor that determines whether a reduction in saturated fat consumption is helpful or harmful.

A look at some other populations provides useful context. When the Tokelau people, Pacific Islanders who consume more than half of their calories from saturated fat, migrate to New Zealand, their saturated fat consumption goes down by half. But their rates of heart attack go up. The Masai, an African tribe, are another excellent example. When they are young, they eat a diet almost exclusively composed of blood, milk, and meat, at least one third of calories from saturated fat. As they get older, the Masai that continue this diet are remarkably free of atherosclerosis, even after age 60. But those Masai that reduce their consumption of these substances high in saturated fat and replace them with flour, sugar, and shortening begin to develop atherosclerosis.

Conclusions

Telling patients to reduce saturated fat consumption without giving them instructions on what to replace it with is a gamble. While the evidence suggests that replacing saturated fat with unsaturated fat reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, it appears that replacing saturated fat with carbohydrates tends to worsen insulin sensitivity and lead to development of metabolic syndrome.

 

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