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Interventions in Gynaecology and Women's Healthcare

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Female Emotional Processing: Hydrogen Peroxide & Alzheimer’s Disease Volume 4 - Issue 3

Paul TE Cusack*

  • Saint John, NB E2J 1R2, Canada

Received: November 25, 2020Published: March 24, 2021

Corresponding author: Paul T E Cusack, BScE, DULE, Canada

DOI: 10.32474/IGWHC.2021.04.000191

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Abstract

This paper continues the authors investigation into AD. We find that hydrogen peroxide appears to be the culprit in attacking the Papez circuit, especially in women. Familiarity with AT Math is assumed

Keywords: Alzheimer’s; Papez Circuit; Meyer’s Loop; Lateral Homonymous Superior Quadrantanopia in; Hydrogen Peroxide

Introduction

I recall that women respond to emotional stimulus 7 times fast that do men. In this paper, we will attempt to answer why. The Papez circuit lays out how emotional response is generated in the brain. The action is in the limbic system of the brain. According to Papez, the circuit that underlies emotional processing begins with the hippocampus, leads to the mammillary bodies by way of the postcommissural fornix, and then goes on through the mammillothalamic tract to the thalamus. From there the circuit then loops back to the hippocampus by way of the anterior thalamic, cingulate gyrus, cingulum, and Para hippocampus [1-10]. pg 150 (Figure 1)

Figure 1: Limbic System.

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I recall that women respond to emotional stimulus 7 times fast that do men. In this paper, we will attempt to answer why. The Papez circuit lays out how emotional response is generated in the brain. The action is in the limbic system of the brain. According to Papez, the circuit that underlies emotional processing begins with the hippocampus, leads to the mammillary bodies by way of the postcommissural fornix, and then goes on through the mammillothalamic tract to the thalamus. From there the circuit then loops back to the hippocampus by way of the anterior thalamic, cingulate gyrus, cingulum, and Para hippocampus [1-10]. pg 150 (Figure 1)

The normal processing of information takes E=(1-Ln t)^7 x 2 down and back. So the equation becomes:

E=(1-Ln t)^14

=(1-Ln (1/2)^14

=1591.2

s

TE=M[0.15915]

0.1592=M(0.15915]

M=1

M=ln t

1=Ln t

t=e^1

L=ln t+c^3

2=Ln t+27

t=1.3888

E=1/72

L=M +t

14 /7 x’s faster response of emotional stimulus response in females =2

2/7=Ln t+c^3

2.67=Ln t

t=0.69947~Ln1/2

t=Ln 1/2

e^t=1/2

t=ln1/2 =(-0.693)

GMP E=-1.25

v=d/t

c=27/t

2.99792458=27/t

t=8987=c^2

2.99792458/7 x’s=0.4282

=-1.2448~1.25=Emin

L=M+t

=1+e^1

=3.71828

3.71828/1.25=2.97

297/7 x’s=0.4242

GMP E=175.6=1.006 rads

@t=0

t=E^2-E-2=0

E^2+E-2=0

Quadratic

E=1;-2

t==1;-1/2

So E=t=1

One patient, 84 has AD. She has a problem with her vision in her right eye (right hemisphere). She has Lateral Homonymous Superior Quadrantanopia in her right eye [11-25]. The Meyer’s loop, which is adjacent to the Amygdala (memory), and part of the optic radiation, is involved in memory. Women make up two thirds of AD patients. There is a connection between women, memory (AD), and Myer’s loop. The connection I hypothesize is hydrogen peroxide.

Hydrogen Peroxide

H2O2=(1+16)x2=34

34/7 x’s faster=4857

i=t²

V=iR

105.8=7²R

R=463

463/4857=104.9~105mV=6.67/7=G/7   

Myer’s Loop Lateral to LGB in dark green in each hemisphere (Figure 2, 3, 4)

115.56 /√3=6.67=G

(1/12)+(1/31)=43/372=115.59=E

And,

(31/12)²=6.67=G

PE=KE

Mc²=1/2Mv²

c²/v²=1/2

v/c=√2=Capacitance

v=c√2=3√2=42.426=√18=√9 x √2

6.67/7=1.048~105mV

297/7=42.42

C27H460+SO4+27O2+C7H16NO2 è 27CO+3H2S+20H2O2

CHOLETESROL + CEREBROSIDE + OYYGEN + ACETYLCHOLINE è CARBON MONOXIDE+SULPHATE+HYDROGEN PEROIXIDE.

amu

C27H46O 386.654

SO4 96.06

O2 32.00

Σ514.714 x6.023 (Avogadro) =31.00 12th prime Number

514.714+146.210=3980

TE=M(0.15915)

=(-25)(0.15915)=3979 Cf. 3980

Figure 2: Myer’s Loop in the Optic Pathway.

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Figure 3: Meyer’s Loop and Amygdala.

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Figure 3:

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Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter that works on the PNS (cranial nerves and spinal nerves). Its chemical formula is: C7H16O2 If we add this to hydrogen peroxide, we get the protein membrane potential ion CO. The formula is:

C7H16O2 + H2O2 +O2è 3H2O +6H2+ 7CO

Acetylcholine + Hydrogen Peroxide + Oxygen è Water + Hydrogen (g) + Nerve Ion

Too much acetylcholine results in too many negative ions affecting the flow of the nerve signal.

Conclusion

From an analysis of female emotional responses, it appears once again, that hydrogen peroxide, a toxin, is responsible for Alzheimer’s Disease.

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