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RBTI Numbers Could Have Revealed This Condition Before It Happened


I was recently reminded again of another example of the overwhelming predictive value of Reams’ Biological Theory of Ionization (RBTI). This time it was surfing legend Andy Irons who was brought to my attention. On November 3rd of 2010 he died as a result of a massive heart attack. He was only 32 years old. […]

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RBTI Perspective of Xerostomia


Xerostomia is a medical term that refers to problem with “dry mouth” — lack adequate saliva. Though we don’t hear the word commonly used, researchers estimate that xerostomia has a prevalence of about 20% in the general population. They also point out that it appears to be increasing because people are living longer and suffering […]

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RBTI Screening and Sudden Cardiac Death in Young Athletes

When I saw this news headline it got my attention: “Sudden cardiac death kills more young athletes in the United States than previously estimated, according to a new study.” The next few lines of the article also kept my attention. It said, “an analysis of news reports, insurance claims and data from the National Collegiate […]

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