Connections Between Intelligence And Antibodies

July 30, 2020

 

Bacteria, fungi, and viruses cause organisms to lose electrons, which is the reason for the hosts to feel cold in the beginning and generate body heat later to offset the loss.

 

Cryptococcus neoformans fungus causes about 600,000 deaths worldwide every year.  However, no countries have quarantined the infected people.

 

As I published the video, "Medical Paradox" on my YouTube channel, vaccinated people are potentially infectious until they produce an antibody to the pathogen injected by a vaccine.  

 

Why do diseases discriminate people?  This question is not different from the questions below.

 

What causes people to fail or succeed in producing antibodies?

What causes autoimmune diseases?

 

You may wonder whether your intelligence can help to produce antibodies?  In fact, yes, it can.  

The evidence can be found in patients with mental illness which was resulted from the loss of electrons by an infection. 

 

Pathogens (infections) impair your intelligence.  People with schizophrenia cannot remember their home addresses, phone numbers, etc.  Their symptoms are similar to the symptoms of dementia or autism.
 

If antibodies could not be produced, it means that the electron transport chain was damaged therefore, the security gate for cellular intelligence was compromised.

 

What do electrons do in your body? 
What do pathogens do in your body?
What happens to your body chemically when you lose electrons? 
What is the role of ETC (Electron Transport Chain)?
Can you repair ETC?   
What damages ETC?  
What do photons do in your body?
How do wireless products transmit information?
What is cellular intelligence?
How do body cells communicate with each other?

 

Find out the answers in my book.

 

 

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