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Brett Nortj
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The human body and that of all organisms is where we find that it is merely something that reacts - matter that is less dense than that of metals yet more dense than gases. This is because the semi metals comprise life, and, they will always. True, that some metals are also there inhibiting us, but, these are there for gentle dissolving, where they slowly dissolve in our bodies and get a lot of influence due to their magnetic fields, of course. These fields will give off some form of radiation, warming the body, as, that is what they are there for.

~ This is like a floating pool cleaning device gives off a meagre amount of soap every now and then, but floats near the creepy crawly pipe. This is also like a light giving off, well, light, in the form of electromagnetic radiation fields, of course. The thing is, with the bodies warmth lights the metals only slightly, for a gentle interaction before they are excreted and replenished.

So, the body is merely more reactive than that of 'dead mass.' This is because they have a lot of water in them, or,  cocoon water. If you were to observe a glass of water, then you will know that the water will not penetrate the glass, so there is no interaction, but, glass within the water will influence the water, as it is more dense, and, has more protons, where they will give off a 'field of reproduction,' where this will lead to the glass within the water making the water more heavier, or, more dense, slowly. True, after enough time the glass will melt into the water!

~ A better example is a water sack in the desert by a cowboy, like a water skin. This will be where the leather, like our bodies, will mingle with the water, and, well, the leather will get cooler or warm the water. This is finding balance, of course!

Lots of nerves, lots of cells, lots of reactions!

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29 minutes ago, Brett Nortj said:

True, that some metals are also there inhibiting us, but, these are there for gentle dissolving, where they slowly dissolve in our bodies

The most abundant metal in human body is Calcium, which is in bones. Calcium is very little soluble in water.

The next are Potassium, and Sodium, indeed they are very soluble in water.

The forth is Magnesium, which is very little soluble in water.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Composition_of_the_human_body

29 minutes ago, Brett Nortj said:

and get a lot of influence due to their magnetic fields, of course.

Majority of metals in human body has the all electrons paired..

37 minutes ago, Brett Nortj said:

This is because the semi metals comprise life, and, they will always.

Neither Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium nor Potassium.. they are not semimetals...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semimetal

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37 minutes ago, Brett Nortj said:

This is because the semi metals comprise life,

Most of the atoms in your body are hydrogen, oxygen carbon and  nitrogen.


Only one of them is a semi metal.
On the other hand if you look at the semi metallic elements 

"The classic semimetallic elements are arsenic, antimony, bismuth, α-tin (gray tin) "

Form

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semimetal

You find they are more or less toxic.

So you are utterly wrong.

Most of the other stuff you posted there is also nonsense or wrong.

 

Why do you post this dross?

 

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6 minutes ago, John Cuthber said:

Most of the atoms in your body are hydrogen, oxygen carbon and  nitrogen.


Only one of them is a semi metal.
On the other hand if you look at the semi metallic elements 

"The classic semimetallic elements are arsenic, antimony, bismuth, α-tin (gray tin) "

Form

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semimetal

You find they are more or less toxic.

So you are utterly wrong.

Most of the other stuff you posted there is also nonsense or wrong.

 

Why do you post this dross?

 

Thanks for the help.

7 minutes ago, Sensei said:

The most abundant metal in human body is Calcium, which is in bones. Calcium is very little soluble in water.

The next are Potassium, and Sodium, indeed they are very soluble in water.

The forth is Magnesium, which is very little soluble in water.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Composition_of_the_human_body

Majority of metals in human body has the all electrons paired..

Neither Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium nor Potassium.. they are not semimetals...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semimetal

Yes, well, I have trouble finding a term for these, as I find them very soluble, as in a new classification of something between gases and metals.

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