rstevenson wrote:Google Earth shows me that Vilcabamba is in a valley in the Andes. Is that valley below sea level? If not, there's no reason it would have higher than normal atmospheric pressure. There's lots of info on the web about Vilcabamba. It sounds like a lovely place.
saturno2 wrote:Atmosphere pressure.- Indeed, the Vilcabamba Village is in the Andes of Ecuador.
Usually on a mountain is a less than 1 Atmosphere pressure, and the thin air has less oxygen. But in Vilcabamba, I feit as if pressure at sea level and the air had a lot of oxygen.
saturno2 wrote:Hi bystander
I think the problem carcinogenic is not in the wood fire itselft, but yes on the quality and content of food cooked in wood.
Cigarrette smoking causes cancer, but I doubt that pure snuff leaves cause the disease.
That said, I also want a menu like yours. Thanks, Very good!
Are there harmful chemicals in smokeless tobacco?
Yes. There is no safe form of tobacco. At least 28 chemicals in smokeless tobacco have been found to cause cancer (1). The most harmful chemicals in smokeless tobacco are tobacco-specific nitrosamines, which are formed during the growing, curing, fermenting, and aging of tobacco. The level of tobacco-specific nitrosamines varies by product. Scientists have found that the nitrosamine level is directly related to the risk of cancer.
In addition to a variety of nitrosamines, other cancer-causing substances in smokeless tobacco include polonium–210 (a radioactive element found in tobacco fertilizer) and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (also known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) (1).
Beyond wrote:According to this story, waking up could be a big factor in longevity.
Dead man in Egypt wakes up at his funeral
saturno2 wrote:Hi geckzila
I agree with your explanation, although I was refering to pure snuff grown with organic fertilizer.
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