I Am Fermenting But My Breath Is My Own
Am Fermenting But My Breath Is My Own
Majid Ali, M.D.
The planet Earth is fermenting. And so are all its occupants—people, plants, and animals. The degrees of fermentation vary and the process is incremental.
k Populations of frogs have been obliterated in many regions of the world because they were fermenting.
k Butterflies have been wiped out in many areas.
k Bee colonies have collapsed in large numbers because they were fermenting.
k Bats are dropping dead during the day numbers because they were fermenting.
k Sea stars have died out are extinct in large y numbers because they were fermenting.
What is the evidence for the above statements? Several years ago, I published three large articles in Townsend Letter to present extensive evidence to support the above statements. Below are links to those articles.
For hundreds of thousands of years, our planet was in equilibrium with its fermenting and non-fermenting life forms. Now its fermenting (oxygen-shunning, oxyphobic) populations dominate its non-fermenting populations. This is so because the planet is:
k Deforesting (“De-lunging)”
Fermentation – Good, Bad, and Ugly