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Human arterial pH norm: 7.35-7.45 source (am physician, dont have a textbook handy)

Changing pH: i never said was "easy", i said possible if enough bicarb taken. I give IV bicarb to people with metabolic acidoses when indicated (excessive acidosis can cause arrhythmia due to cellular exteavasation of potassium...if you doubt K+ causes arrhythmia go look at meds used in lethal injection. After giving bicarb you can recheck pH and see it go up. The same effect can be achived orally but obviously takes time and a "lot" of bicarb because your body compensates, as i said.

Arrhythmogenicity of alkaline pH:
This you can look up in a textbook or via experience if you care for patients who are very ill.
Usually ill pts are acidotic (as described above) but alkalemia is seen particularly with some toxicities and yes they are prone to arrhythmia.

As for "cancer" being caused by "fungus" : as stated the theory us ridiculous. First of all there are many types of cancer, it is not a single entity that just happens to occur in different organs in different people. Cancers have different degrees of aggressiveness, documented genetic aberrations, behaviors, weaknesses; melanoma is very different than basal cell carcinoma.

Might a particular "cancer" be "caused" by a particular fungus not yet identified? Sure. But thats not what is being said. Is there a vast conspiracy of tens of thousands of scientists who pretend not to notice a fungus is the cause?

Lets stop wasting time on mickey mouse BS and deal with real issues of big pharma (and big medicine!) using gvt to infringe on our rights.