Posted by Wesley Bruce on January 08, 1998 at 00:51:24:
In Reply to: Re: help posted by Shanmugasundaram on January 07, 1998 at 12:53:31:
I all ready have read the postings in my name on this bulliton board. if you read them in this order it might help. Herbal petrol-wesley Bruce;10/21/96, then read Enzymes:10/16/96, then Re: leaves 5/05/97 then, "No energy from nothing and what mass deficit?";3/17/97.
I am not a biochemist but basic enzyme applications are well documented in the science media and journals. enzyme based stain removers are common today. If we can make an enzyme work in a washing machine we can make one work in a cooking pot.
I can not garantee the the herbal petrol claims are real! I am only proposing a theory based on the basic principals of enzyme biochemistry. Extracting live enzymes from plants is the basus of many ainchent and modern industrial chemistry.
The failure of the process implies that the enzymes extracted from the plants do not have a long shelf life or do not survive below tropical temperatures.
Does anyone know if a sample of the extract has been refrigerated or stored in an air conditioned room or plane cargo hold?
Ps Sorry about the spelling.
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