Oxidative stress is suspected to be important in neurodegenerative diseases including Lou Gehrig's disease (aka MND or ALS), Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Huntington's disease, depression, autism, and Multiple sclerosis.
Oxidative Stress = cause

Viruses = culprit

WiFi (OS/oxidative stress)

Liposome = triggering + OS

Iron oxide (magnetic) = ROS

Carbon/graphene/silicon/silver (Ag)/gold Au nanoparticles = paramagnetic + OS

Gp120 = OS + BBB

OS = inflammation

Vaccines = inflammation
Light, ultrasound controlled release and resonates in the Terahertz region (120nm) ?
Nothing I look at is natural or real? Nothing is alive? Only magnets stuffed in bacteria i.e. magnetosomes etc. All engineered nano liquid crystal particles (crystalline)... try not to think of entanglement and semiconducting resonators for processing quantum information. 🤷🏼‍♂️
Basically when the light from sun shines down and hits a particle in your eye or a 5G phased array antenna ultra/infrasonic pulse strikes the particle, it modulates a waveguide to resonate a wee optical ring (band gap) that has the same effect as two grapes in a microwave👉🏻plasma
Plasmonics is the name given (in 2000) to a discipline for exploiting the resonant interaction obtained under certain conditions between electromagnetic radiation (light in particular)
and free electrons at the interface between a metal and a dielectric material (e.g. air or glass).
noun. any electron that is not attached to an ion, atom, or molecule and is free to move under the influence of an applied electric or magnetic field.
In chemistry, an unpaired electron is an electron that occupies an orbital of an atom singly, rather than as part of an electron pair.
Each atomic orbital of an atom (specified by the three quantum numbers n, l and m) has a capacity to contain two electrons (electron pair) with opposite spins.
As the formation of electron pairs is often energetically favourable, either in the form of a chemical bond or as a lone pair, unpaired electrons are relatively uncommon in chemistry, because an entity that carries an unpaired electron is usually rather reactive.👈🏻
In organic chemistry they typically only occur briefly during a reaction on an entity called a radical; 👈🏻however, they play an important role in explaining reaction pathways.
In chemistry, a radical is an atom, molecule, or ion that has an unpaired valence electron. With some exceptions, these unpaired electrons make radicals highly chemically reactive. Many radicals spontaneously dimerize. Most organic radicals have short lifetimes.
Free radicals, unstable molecules with unpaired electrons, are an unavoidable byproduct of cellular metabolism.
Free radicals can steal electrons from lipids, proteins, RNA, and DNA, causing them damage. The body has defenses against free radicals—free radical detoxifying enzymes and antioxidant chemicals.10 Aug 2020
Free radicals damage the growth, development and survival of cells in the body.
Their reactive nature allows them to engage in unnecessary side reactions causing cellular impairment and eventually injury when they are present in disproportionate amounts. They directly impair cell membranes and DNA.22 Dec 2016
Why Free radicals are bad?
The body is under constant attack from oxidative stress.

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