the theory of LIFE
by Henryk Szubinski
the basis of life as a value of sucrose by which all life from the lower invertibrates and the higher vertebrates use some form of sucrose to avoid hypothermia
As based on the night side of every planet with life, the usage of sugar in most lower animals does not require a sucrose input to make it through a cold night
What is considered a warm format or a cold one depends totally on the animals own protective fur or hyperdermis
So how does a animal regulate body warmth without any Sucrose or lactose
Well for most animals a regular pickup of sugar would be included in the diets of animals
For the case of a NIGHT ventilation of the cold and warmth through the rotations of the planet Earth by the regulations of oxygen meaning Earth has to breathe in and out
oxygen is a format for the regulations of oxygen being produced in the day side and used up so that the night side can cool down by greater amounts of how plants produce oxygen
This can play a great role in the usage or non usage of lactose as a interactive function of the types of levels of a animal or the Earth having a minimal case of hyperthermia without any basis other than HUMAN usage of sucrose to survive
Humans are at the top of the food chain so that the displacement through the rotation of the planet EARTH has some similarities with exo planets and the type of WEB that connects every planet by theese laws of hyperthermic protection by a basic ingestion of sucrose
.basics of the data on a engaged format of the general law in which the values in a sequence of sucrose LINK to all higher intelligence in the universe would be based on this type of power booster wherever there is life
As the general theory of the basis by which the values and their responsive values can define thee limits of the deefinitions and the values by which a respective dimension of awareness can = the relativity of the parameter and its isolated levels of envelopement.
As such the general data on the force by which a animal regulates its own lactose by motion specifics similar to rotations in relations to the scillicate formats of a heat regulatory heat dissipation of the SHARENING of temperature regulations..
As a basic format for the data on the full levels of the displacements = a general relations with quadrances in 4 levels
planet breathing cycle
all exo planets and the higher vertebrates such as humans
Sugar is a term for a class of edible crystalline carbohydrates, mainly sucrose, lactose, and fructose characterized by a sweet flavor. In food, sugar almost exclusively refers to sucrose, which primarily comes from sugar cane and sugar beet. Other sugars are used in industrial food preparation, but are usually known by more specific names—glucose, fructose or fruit sugar, high fructose corn syrup, etc.
Sugar, because of its simpler chemical structure, was once assumed (without scientific research) to raise blood glucose levels more quickly than starch, but results from more than twenty studies demonstrate that sugar and starch cause blood glucose to rise at similar rates. This finding showed that controlling all carbohydrates is necessary for controlling blood glucose levels in diabetics, the idea behind carbohydrate counting. Many experts believe that eating too much sugar does not cause diabetes, although excessive calories from sugar can lead to obesity, which may increase the risk of diabetes. However, a 2010 meta-analysis of eleven studies involving 310,819 participants and 15,043 cases of type 2 diabetes found that “SSBs [sugar-sweetened beverages] may increase the risk of metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes not only through obesity but also by increasing dietary glycemic load, leading to insulin resistance, β-cell dysfunction, and inflammation.”
Sugars such as sucrose are known to contribute to tooth decay, and it is impossible to develop cavities in the absence of fermentable carbohydrates. The role of starches is disputed. Lower rates of tooth decay have been seen in hereditary fructose intolerance.
Hyperthermia is an elevated body temperature due to failed thermoregulation. Hyperthermia occurs when the body produces or absorbs more heat than it can dissipate. When the elevated body temperatures are sufficiently high, hyperthermia is a medical emergency and requires immediate treatment to prevent disability or death.
The most common causes are heat stroke and adverse reactions to drugs. Heat stroke is an acute condition of hyperthermia that is caused by prolonged exposure to excessive heat or heat and humidity. The heat-regulating mechanisms of the body eventually become overwhelmed and unable to effectively deal with the heat, causing the body temperature to climb uncontrollably. Hyperthermia is a relatively rare side effect of many drugs, particularly those that affect the central nervous system. Malignant hyperthermia is a rare complication of some types of general anesthesia.
Hyperthermia can be created artificially by drugs or medical devices. Hyperthermia therapy may be used to treat some kinds of cancer and other conditions, most commonly in conjunction with radiotherapy.
Hyperthermia differs from fever in the mechanism that causes the elevated body temperatures: a fever is caused by a change in the body’s temperature set-point.
The opposite of hyperthermia is hypothermia, which occurs when an organism’s temperature drops below that required for normal metabolism. Hypothermia is caused by prolonged exposure to low temperatures and is also a medical emergency requiring immediate treatment.
how a Iron becomes a Nitrate
data on rotatablity of x/y
and the xponentials of the relative curvature from a x value to a y value by the basis of volume regulations in lower invertibrate cognitions by a basic oxygen related to a NItrate
So what is the error: well basically how the IRON is altered into the basis of the curvatures of the general definition of the ANDROMEDA GALAXY as a regulator of for example
shugar could be the type 1,2,3 H2O format of a bUOYANCY related to super molecular water dynamic
basic internal relativity of external stemmic types of sustainability by the difference of a singular value that can be off set with any value related to external &/or internal relativity of maintaining a link to a star where the same basis of sugar regulations would be intelligently active..
basically a shugar molecule has all the elements necessary for stars and planets to form as well as the altered point of view that planets have shugar.
An extrasolar planet, or exoplanet, is a planet outside the Solar System. As of November 23, 2010, astronomers have announced the detection of 504 such planets, with hundreds more planet candidates awaiting to be confirmed by more detailed investigations. The vast majority have been detected through radial velocity observations and other indirect methods rather than actual imaging. Most are giant planets thought to resemble Jupiter; this partly reflects a sampling bias in that more massive planets are easier to observe with current technology. Several relatively lightweight exoplanets, only a few times more massive than Earth, have also been detected and projections suggest that these will eventually be found to outnumber giant planets. It is now known that a substantial fraction of stars have planetary systems, including at least around 10% of sun-like stars. (The true proportion may be much higher.) It follows that billions of exoplanets must exist in our own galaxy alone. There also exist planets that orbit brown dwarfs and free floating planets that do not orbit any parent body at all, though as a matter of definition it is unclear if either of these should be referred to by the term “planet”.
Extrasolar planets became an object of scientific investigation in the nineteenth century. Many astronomers supposed that they existed, but there was no way of knowing how common they were or how similar they might be to the planets of our solar system. The first confirmed detection was made in 1992, with the discovery of several terrestrial-mass planets orbiting the pulsar PSR B1257+12. The first confirmed detection of an exoplanet orbiting a main-sequence star was made in 1995, when a giant planet, 51 Pegasi b, was found in a four-day orbit around the nearby G-type star 51 Pegasi. The frequency of detections has tended to increase on an annual basis since then.
The discovery of extrasolar planets has intensified interest in the possibility of extraterrestrial life. As of September 2010[update], Gliese 581 g, fourth planet of the red dwarf star Gliese 581, appeared to be the best known example of a possibly terrestrial exoplanet orbiting within the habitable zone that surrounds its star, although the existence of Gliese 581 g has been questioned by another team of astronomers and it is now listed as unconfirmed at The Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia.
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