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Ascorbate : the science of vitamin C by Steve Hickey, Hilary Roberts

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10 The starting hypothesis for such large-scale trials is often flimsy. For example, it may take the form that a small dose (a few milligrams) of a micronutrient, which is normally present in the diet in variable amounts, may be weakly associated (meaning it is hard to demonstrate the degree of causation) with some aspect of a chronic or long-term disease (meaning that it is difficult to show change). If the area is surrounded by ignorance, then scientists are forced to measure a number of factors that may be connected with the disease in some way, using a scattergun approach rather than a targeted shot.

This anomalous water had a density higher than normal water, a viscosity 15 times greater, a boiling point higher than 100 degrees Centigrade and a freezing point lower than zero degrees. Over the next few years, hundreds of papers appeared in the scientific literature describing the properties of polywater. Theorists developed models, supported by some experimental measurements, in which strong hydrogen bonds were causing water to polymerise. After much study, it is now generally accepted that polywater was ordinary water that had become contaminated.

The main exception is a group of anaerobic or oxygen-hating bacteria that cannot live in the presence of oxygen. These anaerobic bacteria do not have sufficient antioxidant defences to exist in an oxygen rich environment. A fire needs oxygen to burn, producing heat energy along with products such as ash and carbon dioxide. Human life itself also requires energy, which our bodies produce by breathing in oxygen and metabolising food, in a process that we can describe as slow combustion. We harness the energy produced by burning food to maintain our body temperature or to power the reactions needed for muscles to contract.

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