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.
Glyphosate is a tricky word that doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. It’s not a common point of conversation that people have heard about. But everyone has heard of Roundup. Drive across the United States and you’ll see vast fields with crop labels that say “Roundup Ready.” Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the pervasive herbicide Roundup. Monsanto, its original manufacturer, claims it is a wonder chemical for agriculture that effectively kills essentially all plants, while leaving humans and other animals unscathed. But Monsanto’s argument is fatally flawed.
Christopher Exley, Joe Mercola, Chris Knobbe all make a mention in this brilliant interview with Dr Seneff
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Greg Nigh and Stephanie Seneff paper
Molecular Hydrogen info
Ps, I ran the 50km on zero carb/no sugar and registered 2.2mmol ketones and blood sugar of 3.3 mmol by the end of the run. Took me 6 hours and 30 minutes 😅