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Pauling, Linus Carl, 1901-1994, a chemist who earned a Ph.D.from California Institute of Technology. Born in Portland, Oregon and educated at Oregon State Agricultural College, he discovered the many beneficial functions for vitamin C's functions during his work on chemical bonding and molecular structure at CalTech. Nobel prize winner Dr. Albert Szent Gyorgyi was the original discoverer of Vitamin C.

Pauling's first Nobel prize was in 1954 for his investigation of genetic chemistry and the second one in 1962 for his dedicated efforts to stop nuclear weapons testing. Pauling was a voracious learner with a phenomenal memory, often applying what he learned from one field of science to another.

In the 1970s Pauling came to see from his research that large doses of vitamin C, just below the point of diarrhea.(many people restoring health start at around 2,000 milligrams twice daily and move up 500 milligrams daily until they reach the diarrhea stage, then cut back a bit; this is when the body is telling you it can't use all that you are now giving it and the rest is just wasted), are instrumental in providing macrophages the fuel needed to remove garbage from the body, keeping one free of colds and free of being susceptible to other types of infections. 

Just as a garbage truck needs fuel in order to get to your place and remove your garbage, so the body needs fuel to do what it has to do to keep you healthy. Just as the streets need to be kept clear of snow that would hinder first responder vehicles getting around, so also the streets of the body, the blood stream system, needs to be kept clean so the macrophages can travel around doing what they do.

partner.noun,.plural.partners
your partner is the person you are married to or are having a romantic or sexual.relationship with; your partner is the person you are doing something with, for example, dancing with or playing with in a game against two other people; one that is united or associated with another or others in an activity or a sphere of common interest; a man and woman in a personal relationship because they love each other and want to have children because they care to have a full family; a spouse; either of two persons dancing together; one of a pair or team in a sport or game, such as tennis or bridge; in nautical.terms, a wooden framework used to strengthen a ship's deck at the point where a mast or other structure passes through it
partner, partnered, partnering, partners.verbs
transitive verb use.to make a partner of; to bring together as partners; to be the partner of
intransitive verb use.to work or perform as a partner

pinworm.noun,.plural.pinworms
any of various small nematode worms of the family Oxyuridae that are parasitic on horses, rabbits and other mammals, especially Enterobius vermicularis, a species that infests the human intestines and rectum; also called threadworm

pig.noun,.plural.pigs
any of several.mammals of the family Suidae, having short legs, cloven hoofs, bristly hair and a cartilaginous.snout used for digging, especially the domesticated.hog, Sus scrofa, when young or of comparatively small size; the edible parts of one of these mammals, called a nicer word, pork; a person regarded as being piglike, greedy or gross; a crude block of metal, chiefly iron or lead, poured from a smelting.furnace (Pig iron)
pig, pigged, pigging, pigs.intransitive verbs
to give birth to pigs
in a pig's eye.idiom
under no condition; never
pig in a poke.idiom
something that is offered in a manner that conceals its true nature or value (she bought that old car but it was a pig in a poke)

platform.noun,.plural.platforms
a horizontal.surface raised above the level of the adjacent.area, as a stage for speaking to the public which may be near by or walking by the speaker; a place, a means or an opportunity for public expression of opinions; a declaration of the principles on which a group, such as a political.party, makes its appeal to the public; a landing alongside railroad tracks

pulverize, pulverized, pulverizing, pulverizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to pound, crush or grind to a powder or dust; to demolish; to pulverize something means to do damage to it or to destroy it completely; if you pulverize something, you make it into a powder by crushing it; using a pestle and mortar (pulverized the grain to a coarse powder; the fries are made from chemicalized pellets of pulverized potato)
intransitive verb use.to be ground or reduced to powder or dust
pulverizable.adjective
pulverization.noun,.plural.pulverizations
pulverizer.noun,.plural.pulverizers

plateau.noun,.plural.plateaus
an elevated, comparatively.level.expanse of land; a relatively.stable level, period or state; a plateau is a large area of high and fairly flat land (a broad valley opened up leading to a high, flat plateau of cultivated land); if you say that an activity or process has reached a plateau, you mean that it has reached a stage where there is no further.change or development
plateau, plateaued, plateauing, plateaus.intransitive verbs
to reach a stable level; level off

peasant.noun,.plural.peasants
of farmers, sharecroppers, laborers, etc. who work on the land where they form the main labor force in agriculture; a country person; a rustic
peasantry.noun,.plural.peasantries
peasants considered as a group (the various peasantries of different locales in medieval England)

presbyterian.adjective
of.or.relating.to a Presbyterian Church; of or relating to ecclesiastical government by presbyters
Presbyterian.noun,.plural.Presbyterians
a member or an adherent of a Presbyterian Church presbyterianism.noun
presbyter.noun,.plural.presbyters
an elder (1John 2:12-14) of the congregation in the early Christian.church; a teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church

Peloponnesus
a peninsula forming the southern part of Greece (map) south of the Gulf of Corinth, once dominated by Sparta, a city-state of ancient Greece in the southeast Peloponnesus until B.C.E. the fourth century
Peloponnesian.adjective.and.noun

protege.noun,.plural.proteges
also spelt protégé; also the spelling protegee is often used when referring to a woman; the protege of an older and more experienced person is a young person who is helped and guided by them over a period of time (he's been a great asset, as he was the protege of a retired eminent scientist); a protege/protegee is one whose welfare, training or career is promoted by and learned from a skillful person, one who has earlier traveled a similar life road

paresis.noun,.plural.pareses
slight or partial paralysis; general paresis
paretic.adjective.and.noun
paretically.adverb

paralysis.noun,.plural.paralyses
loss or impairment of the ability to move a body part, usually as a result of damage to its nerve supply; loss of sensation over a region of the body; inability to move or function; total stoppage or severe impairment of activity

patently.adverb
in a patent manner; openly, plainly or clearly (the theory of evolution presents itself with patently false statements)
patent.noun,.plural.patents
a grant made by a government that confers upon the creator of an invention the sole.right to make, use and sell that invention for a set period of time; Letters patent; an invention protected by such a grant; a grant made by a government that confers on an individual fee simple.title to public lands; the official.document of such a grant; the land so granted; an exclusive right or title patent.adjective
obvious; plain; apparent; protected or conferred by a patent or letters patent (a patent right); of, relating.to.or.dealing in patents (patent law); not blocked; open; spreading open; expanded; of high quality, used of flour; open to general.inspection (documents available for perusal)
patent, patented, patenting, patents.transitive verbs
to obtain a patent on or for an invention, for example; to invent, originate or be the proprietor of an idea, for example; also to grant a patent to or for a bioweapon (a bioweapon is something.such as the combination of two things: 1) creating the problem, such as a real or presented so as to be believable, disease and 2) having what the public has been led to believe is the solution to it, for example the Covid so-called vaccine; now what kind of monsters would do such things? See the revealing reports by Janet Ossebaard and keep alert for the vaccine injuries and deaths initiated by Bill Gates, the World Economic Forum, the World Health Organization, the CDC, the FDA, Health Canada, etc. and etc.
patentability.noun,.plural.patentabilities
patentable.adjective

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