Fresh sea water good for blood transfusion
04-28-2017, 05:01 PM #17
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04-28-2017, 05:29 PM #18
(04-28-2017, 10:55 AM)Random German Guy Wrote: This has been peer reviewed and kb IS as close to the American Journal of Physics as you can get without actually having anything to do with it.what is this American Journal of Physics you talk about?
Science wins again.
I don't know much about American history but
this paper was reviewed by the Lancet of England and fresh sea water has been recognized for it's healing powers when applied on fresh wounds especially in war wounds like flesh wounds in the arms and legs.
Healing starts within hours of water immersion.
04-29-2017, 12:21 AM #20
Many years back we were out camping on the beach when I burned the back of my hand pretty bad. The sand close to our camp fire was hotter than I could imagine I realized. I had to soak my hand in sea water for a long while. It healed up just fine, but the water was brackish.
04-29-2017, 01:39 AM #21
(04-28-2017, 10:45 AM)Catholic Wrote: You may have heard of the Red Sea because it's own chemical composition is like blood plasma so it can change its colour to Red when the red plasma increases in composition density
The Red Sea is the saltiest of seas and it likely has elevated levels of other minerals compared to other seawater.
Quote:The most saline open sea is the Red Sea, where high rates of evaporation, low precipitation and low river run-off, and confined circulation result in unusually salty water.
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