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price down to $3 from $20 for While Science Sleeps, Kindle textbook by Woodrow C. Monte, or borrow for free -- 24 of 28 customer reviews are 5 star in 2 years: Rich Murray 2013.12.24

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       price down to $3 from $20 for While Science Sleeps, Kindle textbook by Woodrow C. Monte, or borrow for free -- 24 of 28 customer reviews are 5 star in 2 years: Rich Murray 2013.12.24


      If you already have a Kindle copy, you can loan it to anyone.

      His website WhileScienceSleeps.com gives free articles, slide shows, videos of talks and interviews, audios of radio interviews, graphs, art, photographs, and an online archive of 782 mostly full text medical research references.

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      While Science Sleeps by Woodrow C. Monte
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      my comment to theglobeandmail com: Monte: Murray 2013.12.22


      Since fall, 2007 Prof. Woodrow C. Monte, Food Science and Nutrition, Arizona State University, retired 2004, has given a breakthrough paradigm for the severe toxicity of methanol in humans, who are uniquely vulnerable, ten to a hundred times more vulnerable than any other creature -- Briefly, methanol from aspartame or from cigarette smoke quickly enters the blood, reaching every cell in the body every minute, with a half-life of 3 hours -- in 20 specific tissues that have high levels of the ADH1 enzyme, methanol is rapidly made into uncontrolled formaldehyde right inside the cells -- Formaldehyde binds firmly to the nearest DNA, RNA, and protein macromolecules in the cell, harming and killing the cell -- This damage is cumulative, slow, and random, so the results are not noticeable for small doses until after the course of months or years -- This is probably the real factor in cigarette smoke that causes many well known diseases -- WC Monte gives full free information and a free archive of 782 full text medical research references at his site WhileScienceSleeps dot com -- EFSA does not mention him at all in their 263 page aspartame review...



      the first to dig the mine get to share the gold -- 7 recent similar animal research studies indicating much lower aspartame and methanol ADI levels: Rich Murray 2013.12.23


      Aspartame: The hidden danger [methanol/formaldehyde] in our midst and how it kills us, 12 page review of While Science Sleeps text (Woodrow C Monte), International Health News, whole June issue, Editor: William R Ware PhD: Rich Murray 2012.06.08


      Table 5.2 is the key chart -- ADH1 enzyme at high levels in 20 tissues in body and fetus makes methanol into formaldehyde right inside cells, initiating over 20 human diseases, with full text references, WC Monte paradigm: Rich Murray 2013.03.21


      "As a matter of course, every soul citizen of Earth has a priority to
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      Rich Murray,
      MA Boston University Graduate School 1967 psychology,
      BS MIT 1964 history and physics,
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