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"The facts are that methanol (wood alcohol) is common in many foods and beverages and in homes and industries, and that the Woodrow C. Monte paradigm shows it is actually far more toxic to humans than any other creature, as the ADH1 enzyme makes it…"
The facts are that methanol (wood alcohol) is common in many foods and beverages and in homes and industries, and that the Woodrow C. Monte paradigm shows it is actually far more toxic to humans than any other creature, as the ADH1 enzyme makes it right into uncontrolled free floating formaldehyde right inside the cells of 20 specific tissues. The formaldehyde immediately becomes highly reactive acidic formaldehyde hydrate with OH radicals on left and right side of the molecule, and so bonds firmly with the nearest DNA, RNA, and huge protein molecules, impairing cellular biochemistry, mutating the genes, and causing cell death.
This is a research opportunity on a grand scale -- one person can easily prove many things of the greatest value.
I suggest publishing results on the Net immediately for free, allowing people worldwide to give positive and negative feedback.
It happens to be true that those who never drink get about twice the harmful symptoms of many chronic diseases as those who have just one drink a day, as ethanol strongly preoccupies the ADH1 enzyme -- only when the blood has zero ethanol can methanol be made into formaldehyde -- so in cases of methanol toxicity, the hospitals give ethanol by drinking or by IV for days, until the methanol is naturally eliminated.
But, drinking many times a day causes the liver to eliminate ethanol much faster, reducing the duration of ethanol in the blood, and so increasing the harm caused by formaldehyde.
This is a specific test for whether methanol may be a cause for a chronic disease.
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