Saturday, August 13, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

Stephanie Seneff: Glyphosate, Deuterium, and the C-Word

In this episode, I inIn this episode, I interview Stephanie Seneff, PhD, on her hypothesis about glyphosate, deuterium, and the C-word.

Stephanie Seneff is a senior research scientist at MIT, where she has had continuous affiliation for more than five decades. After receiving four degrees from MIT (B.S.. in Biophysics, M.S., E.E., and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), she has conducted research in packet-switched networks, computational modeling of the human auditory system, natural language processing, spoken dialogue systems, and second language learning. Currently a Senior Research Scientist (MIT’s highest research rank) at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, she has supervised 21 Master’s and 14 Ph.D. students. For over a decade, since 2008, she has directed her attention towards the role of nutrition and environmental toxicants on human disease, with a special emphasis on the herbicide glyphosate and the mineral sulfur.

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21 thoughts on “Stephanie Seneff: Glyphosate, Deuterium, and the C-Word
  1. 00:00:31 Stephanie's bio
    00:03:51 Her hypothesis in brief
    00:08:25 Her path from virology to computer science and back to virology
    00:14:20 Our common interest in educational video games
    00:20:29 Evidence linking glyphosate to the C-word
    00:21:37 Glyphosate and biofuels
    00:26:47 Evidence that glyphosate substitutes for glycine in protein synthesis and industry's argument against this
    00:40:37 The specific role of glyphosate in the C-word, interfering with lung surfactants
    00:47:58 Selenomethionine as an example of non-toxic irregular amino acids that substitute for regular amino acids in protein synthesis
    00:53:41 Vaping
    00:57:14 NAD derivatives and the cells' deuterium depletion machines
    00:58:02 G6PDH as the primary deuterium depletion machine
    00:59:41 Glutathione, mucus fluidity, nitrosoglutathione, bronchodilation
    01:03:26 Surfactants, hyaluronic acid gels, lipoxygenase, and the virus as deuterium depletion agents; deuterium and viral stabilization
    01:14:54 Prion proteins
    01:19:44 The spike protein as a prion protein
    01:21:47 Spike protein toxicity depends on location and context, and may depend on glyphosate
    01:27:42 Clotting, and platelets as deuterium-depletion and mitochondria-providing agents
    01:32:40 C-word harms may depend on glyphosate status
    01:34:15 Practical strategy around deuterium depletion and glyphosate avoidance for protection
    01:37:09 Her position on the juice
    01:37:46 Commiecron
    01:43:41 The juice suppresses type 1 interferon and stimulates interferon-gamma
    01:49:55 The virus vs the juice
    01:51:06 Where did the virus come from?
    01:58:09 Surveillance state and digital passports

  2. As a gay man I've been aware of the work of Duesberg for many years. I think the world is waking up to what many of us in a 'niche' part of society have known for a long time, that what we're told about viruses and virology isn't always what's really happening. Anyone who wants to really understand this should not only read Duesberg but also the work by the Perth Group, specifically their critical analysis of the HIV/AIDS hypothesis called A Virus Like No Other. What Stephanie said about us being 'poisoned' was correct, early drugs like AZT were totally and completely toxic and hastened the death of many gay men.

  3. I cannot believe how fast that 2 hours went. Thank you. Resistance is inevitable, Mother Nature only understands Pressure Mediation. Martin Armstrong Economics website is very insightful. Unfortunately, for some reason, the comment I tried sharing about Marty is being deleted by the youtube algorithm. His blog is worthy of your time and investigation.

  4. so practically speaking: avoid conventional gelatinous cuts from conventional meat, and plants with glyphosate??? what's the concentration of it in gelatin( I eat gummibears as my bread)

  5. Fascinating content Chris, I'm actually a patient of the ND she collaborates with, Dr. Greg Nigh. Your explanation of asthma and Glutathione was revelatory. I've had asthma type issues since contracting COVID in March 2020. I would use NAC but NAC chelates Zinc and Copper and I'm deficient in both due to Glyphosate intake and prior NAC intake. Do you recommend reduced or liposomal Glutathione? I also have access to Glutathione injections.

  6. I love and suport banning glyphosate but I have a big property, used glyphosate for years, tried not using it for 3 years, it was he'll. The weeds overtook despite me and my boys out everyday day pulling them and using strong vinagar. Thistle overtook as well as goat heads. I had to use it again. People talk alot about getting rid of it and never talk or give the tools that it takes on then what to use in stead. 🤷‍♀️

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