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    I am a living, breathing, power plant.

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    I am a living, breathing, power plant.

    SASHA!!!

    Damn.... 4 more hours
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    Originally posted by blankslate
    Electromagnetic freq...could this be the secret to Chi Bolts flashing out of my fingertips????

    Serious, very interesting Sasha, please let me see your article.
    :D I dunno blankslate.. something tells me you're just an electrifying guy naturally~

    Okay, I'll post it as soon as it comes {it's usually published the first week of the month} out just for you!
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    Sachet, I've never heard of Megahertz being used to define an energy level. What are you talking about and what is your background in this stuff?
    No? Scientists {through a process called Bio-electography} are able to measure the energy surrounding living element. It's rather fascinating.. And through this process, they have been able to determine that the minimum energy level required for normal cell regeneration is 70 Megahertz.

    My backround with this stuff is that I came across alot of studies regarding diseases of the blood.. specifically how over acidification of the blood & tissues is the primary contributor to disease & sickness.
    I have a bachelor's in molecular biology~

    But, I just like reading things in regard to health & wellbeing and exchange information with people on sites like this.
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    You and Brand have something in common.

    " I dunno blankslate.. something tells me you're just an electrifying guy naturally~"

    You don't know the half, girl, welome to Bullshido!

    I cannot wait to get my hands on your article!
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    He really just wants to get his hands on you... watch your back :D
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    I can't find any mention of electrography in any real primary literature. I found 4 or 5 very old references to papers in other languages, Italian, Croatian, and French. I'm pretty sure not many people use this method for doing anything...

    Is it more popular in other countries or am I just looking in the wrong places? www.pubmed.gov
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