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There are 56 papers in Google Scholar from the "Human Photosynthesis Study Center".
"we found out that human retina, as well as every cell of our body (eukaryotic cell), has the amazing capability of taking energy directly from water like vegetables do. This energy comprises 99% of the whole amount that our body needs everyday. The other 1% comes from food."
In one of their papers, the researchers, affiliated with the "Human Photosynthesis Study Center" claim to have cured people's blindness by "human photosynthesis enhancement", consisting of "three drops under the tongue".
The paper does not appear to disclose what types of magical drops were used or patients' consent.
It does include brain scans with names of the patients, though.
Could be huge violation of science ethics.
From another paper by the same researchers about "human photosynthesis":
"The source of 99 % of the energy requirements of the cells comes from human photosynthesis process. There are not exceptions. Even the brain cells uses water as source of electrons."
"We have no doubt that human photosynthesis enhancement are able to prevent cerebral palsy if our Pyrrolidins analogue is administered to pregnant woman."
This paper also includes photos of patients in the waiting/treatment room, and brain scans in which you can clearly read patients' names. One patient was a baby. No statements about patients/parents' consent.
Moving on to another paper by the same team. I am trying to make sense of this figure and legend but it is ... hard.
And this image shows differences between the energy coming from melanin. Not sure what differences but I will let the picture speak for itself.
"ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Our gratitude to the Human Photosynthesis Study Center by it disinterested support."
"Disinterested": "not influenced by considerations of personal advantage" (Dictionary).
However, the HPSC has a patent and sells a "photosynthesis enhancer" product.
The QIAPI 1 patent even has a Facebook page. The first time I have seen a FB page owned by a patent.
Here is the patent description, found on patents.google.com/patent/US99189…
The magic compound appears to be a mixture of Salicylic acid (aspirin metabolite, acne treatment) and nicotine. Not something that one might call completely harmless and safe.
Next paper, larger set of authors.
"The molecular hydrogen not combined with water moves easily and reaches even the most remote corner of the cell carrying their precious cargo of energy."
A PubMed indexed paper by this research group states that this mechanism is "definitely able to provide a new treatment avenue against devastating neurodegenerative properties"
And let's end this thread with this paper, which appears to suggest that the method can be used on premature babies (indexed in PubMed so presumably peer-reviewed).
My favorite is the "Vegetable Kingdom", though.
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