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Posted by azteclizard on May 11, 2003 at 17:09:48:
In Reply to: re: posted by Christyj on May 11, 2003 at 16:24:27:
"The work of Professor Kervran involved
chickens laying soft eggs. Then they'd go out
in the barnyard and eat sand in the barnyard
and suddenly their eggs would have calcium in
the shells again. So he felt that the birds were
transmuting the silica into calcium. Not true. It
doesn't work that way.
The birds were not only eating sand. There
was also little bits of calcium carbonate in
there from coral and oysters. And it doesn't
take much for it to get in the eggshells.
No living system...no plants or animals...can
make minerals or transmute minerals."
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