Gas Into Mass
Fat is 84% carbon dioxide (CO2) and 16% water (H2O).
The beaker boys know we lose over 90% of our fat by EXHALING it as gas and water vapor.
They don’t know we can gain our fat back simply by INHALING.
Adding nitrogen through the mouth combines to build muscle.
It’s hard for over-breathers to gain muscle mass because oxygen interrupts the process.
Air is used to construct office buildings and auditoriums almost entirely out of this air.
It’s called Pfffttt Technology, allowing buildings to be stored in 40-foot containers and moved from place to place whenever desired.
Julius von Sachs (History of Botany (1530-1860), 1890) wrote …
“[Jan] Ingen-Houss, in reliance on Lavoisier’s antiphlogistic views on the composition of air, water, and the mineral acids, succeeded in proving that all parts of plants are continually absorbing oxygen and forming carbon dioxide, but that the green organs at the same time under the influence of light absorb carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen; and as early as 1796 he considered it probable that plants obtain the whole mass of their carbon from the carbon dioxide of the atmosphere. Soon after (1804) [Nicolas Théodore] de Saussure proved, that plants, while they decompose carbon dioxide, increase in weight by a greater amount than that of the carbon which they retain, and that this is to be explained by the fact that they at the same time fix the elements of water. He likewise showed that the small quantities of saline compounds, which plants take up from the soil, are a necessary part of their food, and that it was at least probable, that the nitrogen of the atmosphere does not contribute to the formation of nitrogenous substances in plants. [Jean] Senebier had before insisted on the fact, that the decomposition of carbon dioxide under the influence of light only takes place in green organs.”
According to the same source …
“He [Jan Ingen-Houss] had discovered, he says, in the summer of 1779, that all vegetables incessantly give out carbonic acid gas, but that the green leaves and shoots only exhale oxygen in sun-light or clear day-light. It appears therefore that Ingen-Houss not only discovered the assimilation of carbon and the true respiration of plants, but also kept the conditions and the meaning of the two phenomena distinct from one another. Accordingly he had a clear idea of the great distinction between the nutrition of germinating plants and of older green ones, the independence of the one, the dependence of the other, on light; and that he considered the carbon dioxide of the atmosphere to be the main if not the only source of the carbon in the plant, is shown by his remark on a foolish assertion of [Jean Henri] Hassenfratz that the carbon is taken from the earth by the roots; he replied that it was scarcely conceivable that a large tree should in that case find its food for hundreds of years in the same spot.”
According to Dan Tolman (taking things a step further) …
“Plants don’t eat dirt. They synthesise from sunlight and the uptake of solubility of water, and they synthesise everything they need. They make iron, magnesium, and everything they need from sunlight and water. It’s not the dirt they eat. There are organisms in the dirt that stimulate electrical force that can assist it to grow. Water mineralises itself from sunshine, as do plants and humans.”