There have been a number of reports of arsenic being fed to chickens. No arsenic has been detected in the meat. The arsenic is called an anti-parasitic drug in the feed, but I believe the arsenic works synergistically with lysine to produce rapid weight increases.
Lysine and other factors assist in the transmutation of arsenic to phosphorus and other elements needed by chickens.
Last year, a professor in California reported finding a bacteria thriving in the waters of a lake in northern California that was high in natural arsenic. The bacteria was using arsenic in the same molecules where phosphorus is found. A month later, another scientist slammed his discovery; effectively removing the achievement from further publication. Both scientists were using the same micro-sampling techniques that are now standard to all labs.
If the older technology of stoichiometry (not standard in labs) had been used. there would have been a loss of arsenic and a gain in phosphorus proving the first scientist correct. In micro-sampling, other elements intruding into the test samples are assumed to be contaminants from unknown sources. Micro-sampling gives a narrow view of biochemistry.
Transmutation common in all living bodies, but is being ignored.
Arsenic is a poison, but iron is too. Living systems have been created to use toxic elements. Haemoglobin's iron is probably from chlorophyll's magnesium. Supplementing iron through the gastro-intestinal tract has never worked. Iron is transmuted from other elements. Arsenic in tiny amounts has probably been used by all living systems to "fix" phosphorus to the bones and assist in the adenosine triphosphate (ATP) reactions.
Birds are miraculous. The flight muscles on all birds are the strongest and most efficient muscles anywhere. Chickens do not fly as far as ducks but they use their food and nutrients as well as ducks do. Ducks can fly from northern Canada to the Gulf of Mexico on a few kilograms of duckweed. Considering that the summer feeding lakes of northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories are contaminated by arsenic leaching out of the Athabaska tar sands, ducks and geese have been doing very well for millennia. With the extraction of millions of barrels of synthetic light crude from the same tar sands, arsenic levels in the Athabaska River have risen remarkably;
causing tumours on the fish of the river and harm to the people down river. Yet Canadian Geese, in the tens of millions, nest and thrive in the same waters.
The flight muscles are using alternate energy sources in the food they eat. They are using 700 percent of the available biochemical calories in duckweed. Considerable energy must be derived from the transmutation of the elements in duckweed including Guano is composed of saltpetre, chemically potassium nitrate. Bats also create the same end product and are probably using the same transmutations in their flight muscles.
It is interesting that the proposed Keystone Pipeline from Alberta to Texas follows the same path as the Great Mid Continent Migratory Flyway. The synthetic light crude is to be piped to refineries on the Gulf Coast and the arsenic from the same tarsands ends up as guano on the same coast. Good luck to the environmentalists who want to clean up the Gulf.
If chickens derive the same transmutation energy from arsenic and other elements, then they might be gaining seven grams of weight for every gram of fortified feed they receive.
In the Matt Damon movie "The Insider," the lead role is a scientist employed by Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) who discloses to federal authorities that ADM is colluding with other companies in price fixing of high fructose corn syrup. ADM pays out hundreds of millions in fines. A bit of dialogue by the scientist reveals that ADM has a monopoly on lysine (also derived from corn) which is added to feed for chickens. Chicks on this feed will put on weight rapidly. The inclusion of arsenic with lysine might have been an ADM corporate secret. The movie ends with the scientist in federal jail for fraud as he too profited from the price fixing. (or was he railroaded by ADM in revenge?) ADM, the largest buyer/seller of corn in the world, has also profited on ethanol produced from corn.
With the transmutation of arsenic, none of the meat shows any of the toxic non-metallic element. Nature has taken care of this element and converted it into fat, bones and protein. One can safely consume KFC and not have to worry about"Arsenic and Old Lace" unless your neighbourhood franchisee serves wine?
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