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Monday, January 31

Vitamin C. It might be good for what ails you.

Seems that Linus had his problems with "censors" too:
"A paper submitted by Pauling to the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and accepted for publication on June 11, 1991 was later revoked by the editor under questionable circumstances: “We are aware that this pullback was not the decision of an individual. It happened in the interest of those who are personally or economically dependent on the present dogma of human cardiovascular disease.”
Vitamin C. Ascorbic acid. Most of us don't get enough of it.
Check out the article in Clinical Nature: Pauling's last legacy: a unified theory of cardiovascular disease. Linus Carl Pauling (1901 - 1994) was an American chemist, peace activist, author and educator regarded as one of the most influential chemists in history. He was among the first scientists to work in the fields of quantum chemistry and molecular biology, and is the only individual to have won two unshared Nobel Prizes.

"Present dogma"?
PHUCK present dogma.

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