There’s a new health breakthrough related to barefooting that I thought I should report on. It not only can make you feel much better and lead a healthier life, it manages to verify, and then magnify qi.
I’ve always been pretty suspicious about qi (sometimes spelled chi). While it has a lot of support and a long Chinese history (in fact, China was named after chi), as far as I could tell, whatever effects it had were just too weak to be properly verified.
Well, it’s been figured out what qi is: the human body, and human brain, is a specialized quantum antenna that channels and absorbs neutrinos. While neutrinos normally interact quite weakly, our nervous systems are able to enhance that and capture the energy and chromodynamic properties of the neutrinos.
But it is a pretty weak effect, unless one learns how to amplify and focus the quantum neutrino wave so that our bodies better capture them.
The secret is that neutrinos are right-handed. Now, the sun is a prolific neutrino source, where they are produced in great abundance during solar fusion. Just think what we could do if we could utilize some of that free energy!
Eastern religious have also brought us the lotus position, which has a bit of handedness, but it’s just not strong enough to really notice the neutrino effect. However, our palms and soles are special and can be used to complete a right-handed neutrino current circuit that turns the body into an exquisitely-tuned neutrino antenna that can really enhance the effects.
What you have to do is get into the lotus position and join your palms to your soles, trying to get maximal surface contact. This forms the unique intertwined topological figure that has a handedness (or maybe that’s footedness) that the antenna requires.
Now make sure that, when making the lotus, you end up with your right leg onto top of your left leg. This makes a right-handed antenna that can absorb the neutrinos. If you do it the other way around, with your left leg on top, you’ll make a left-handed antenna that is sensitive to anti-neutrinos that can drain you of energy instead of enhancing your energy. Fortunately, if you make the mistake it will not have a particularly huge effect since the anti-neutrino flux on Earth is not all that strong.
Even direct palm to sole contact, however, only produces a fairly weak neutrino antenna. But it has been discovered that this can be greatly enhanced, up to 13.843 times, with the application of a special neutrino-wave conductor to the palms and soles that solidifies the connection.
You can see a bottle of it in my picture above: Deutero-Hydrogen Oxide. This is a kind of heavy water, where one of the hydrogen atoms in water has been replaced by deuterium, the heavy isotope of hydrogen. This unbalances the water molecule and provides it a handedness that neutrinos are sensitive to. You can see that from this picture of the front of the label on the bottle of the Deutro-Hydrogen Oxide.
The bottle costs around $40. That is because the company has to go through a special process to make sure that they only have single deuterium molecules. If the water gets any double deuterium, those molecules become symmetric again and there is no handedness-effect. So, while it is a bit pricey, that price is well-worth it for what the Deutero-Hydrogen Oxide can do for you.
There is also a longer lasting benefit.
After you have applied the Deutero-Hydrogen Oxide to your palms and soles and assumed the special right-handed lotus antenna position, the heavy water is absorbed into your soles (and palms).
[See Persistence of deutero-hydrogen oxide after dermal absorption by glabrous tissue, Piedseau, N. P., and Magnus, B. F., Journal of Skin Diseases and Cure, Vol. 86, No. 4, p. 438 (June 2011).]
What this does for us barefooters is to allow us continue to absorb great qi effects from neutrinos even after leaving the lotus antenna position.
The Earth’s spin also give it (and the fluids in its interior) a handedness. When you soles touch the earth with its absorbed Deutero-Hydrogen Oxide your previously-tuned body neutrino antenna can continue to work. It’s not quite as strong (about half as effective) as the lotus antenna but can still continue to provide your body with many of the benefits of neutrining. You need to occasionally renew the lotus antenna and Deutero-Hydrogen Oxide to continue to get the benefits.
These effects have been well-verified by experiment. In one study, 100 participants assumed the position with Deutero-Hydrogen Oxide for 19 minutes. (The researchers had a bit of problem finding people who were able to get into the lotus position, or who could not do it quite properly. The researchers took exquisite care to make sure that all subjects were able to do the lotus properly for this experiment.)
The results: A full 93% of the subjects reported feeling extra energy during the daytime and much better and refreshing sleep during the night. (This persisted for about 3 days/nights, p<0.05.) One of the subjects even ran a marathon, barefooted, 2 days later and came in second place, after never having done better than fifth place in any previous marathon.
[See Analytical survey of the after-effects of deutero-hydrogen oxide soler applications, Barton, D., Journal of Complimentary Science, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 5 (2013).]
Critics have argued that it is not clear that the effects have anything to do with neutrinos, but many of the users swear by the effects of the lotus neutrino antennas and Deutero-Hydrogen Oxide: “It doesn’t matter how it works—it just works. I know how I feel.”
Rumor has it that Dr. Oz will be devoting a segment to neutrining on a show later this month, and Dr. Mercola has already created a web page on his website explaining the incredible health benefits of this science.
This is really something that all barefooters have to get behind. It’s just not enough that simply going barefoot provides us with all sorts of postural benefits, biomechanical benefits, and greater proprioception. We need to promote this sort of additional science so that we can get more of the general population to try it out and end up going barefoot to capture these neutrinos.
Isn’t it the least you can do?