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mercury as a catalyst in Prion and Alzheimer Chapt3 Math-Statistics
proving method #121 book Metal Causation Diseases

Posted: Mar 26, 2013 4:37 PM
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The disease sequence-progression of Prion and Alzheimers

Now in the PBS Newshour of Friday, March 15, Miles OBrien went to the
Wise Laboratory of Univ Southern Maine to see how dangerous Chromium
6
was to health and he shows a slide of a cell in replication of
mitosis, only instead of there being 2 centrosomes, there were 4
centrosomes-- very very dangerous.
Now we can take a clue or link to Alzheimers and Prion disease where
we have a waste build-up of plaques in the brain. Plaque build-up is
where protein filaments stick together in clusters and thus unable to
be removed.
So now, if Chromium 6 can mess up centrosomes so that there are 4
centrosomes when there should be only 2, means that metals can cause
a ?clumping of proteins when no clumping is wanted. In other words,
the ?metal caused two more clumps of genes. So if chromium 6 can
cause ?centers of clumping when none should clump, then metals can be
the ?same mechanism that causes plaques in Alzheimers or Prion.

Now let us spend some time with Prion disease and what its likely
mechanism is when mercury is its causative agent.

Chromium-6 is not involved in Prion disease, at least that is my
present understanding since hexavalent chromium cannot pass through
the blood-brain-barrier but mercury compounds easily pass through.

If I recall correctly the normal body makes prion proteins as
substance for the walls of cells. And pictures of these molecules
shows they contain metals such as copper and zinc as normal prions. In
the case of the disease, the body makes too much of the protein and
the overload starts clumping together. Much like Alzheimers where it
starts clumping into beta amyloid or tau plaques, only in the case of
Prion disease, it clumps in prion proteins. So that Alzheimers is very
similar in its mechanism of an unwanted protein, where the body makes
too much and where the body clean-up cannot get rid of the protein
build-up.

So far, it sounds like mercury or compound of mercury acting like a
catalyst. If you remember a catalyst in chemistry speeds up a reaction
and ends up leaving the catalyst untouched at the end.

So for Prion disease, or Alzheimers, some mercury compound, let us
guess mercuric-cesium or mercuric cadmium or mercuric fluorine, some
other compound gets into the brain of an individual and meets the
processing of prion proteins where it becomes incorporated into the
processing that then spews out mis-shappened prion proteins instead of
normal proteins. In the case of Alzheimers, the mercuric compound gets
into the manufacturing process of normal tau and beta molecules and
becomes part of that manufacturing process where it produces mis-
shappened tau and beta molecules.
And because it is a catalyst, wrecking the manufacturing of proteins,
the dangerous disease causing mercury keeps going around altering the
protein manufacturing process.

If I remember correctly both Prion and Alzheimers require a threshold
of bad proteins to initiate the disease, which if true, rings of the
idea of a toxin threshold. And in the case of Prion disease, when
other animals eat the brains of an infected animal, it is not the
prions that are the danger, but the mercury compound that started the
disease.

Now that makes a startling prediction that if the brains of an
Alzheimers victim were eaten, that the mercury compound could cause
the disease all over again in the person doing the consuming. Or, it
may predict that some rare cases of people who contract both Prion
disease and Alzheimers simultaneously due to the mercury catalyst
involved.

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