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Too much sun ages you. Wrinkles and cataracts are influenced by sunlight. We use ultraviolet light to kill germs and bacteria and kill life, and million of us love sun bathing. We age where we are most exposed, on our face neck, and hands. Our fingernails grow ten times faster than our toenails because of more sun exposures. The fastest growing cells are on the top of your head, excess sun causes dandruff flakes.
Ten percent of your blood is always in your skin at all time and affected by the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Sun worshipping may induce early aging and be dangerous to your health. Aging is not so much diet, exercise or heredity. Of the many theories about aging, none consider sunlight. The long-lived biblical patriarchs, as Methuselah, lived in a different environment. They were shielded from strong sunlight by a canopy of ice that let them live long lives. They had the secret magic bullet to longevity. The bible gives clues to man’s early life on this planet.
What happened? First the water separated with water below the earth and water above the sky’s canopy of ice. There was insufficient sunlight and rain could not form. The flood occurred as the windows of the heavens opened. and the ice canopy broke up. With strong sunlight visible, the first rainbow was seen. Ten generations after Noah, the stars appeared. It is scientifically accepted that the surface of the earth once was 2000 degrees Fahrenheit. It was an extremely hot surface. But the question is “Where was the water?” Asimov in his book “Science” poised the same question.
When the earth was so hot, only 50 miles above the earth the temperature was far below zero, over one hundred degrees below zero. . Prior to the floods, there were no cave carvings of sun, moon, or rainbows. It is assumed that there was a frozen filament of ice in the clouds that filtered strong sunlight, moon, and rainbows. The water on the earth was in the sky.
A canopy of ice was over the earth, out of reach of the pull of gravity. It could not rain because there was not enough sunlight to pull vapors up into the air. Rainbows need bright sunlight to form. Today we have become an enclosed society. Stadiums are domed. Tennis and sport events are held often inside. Buildings are using more glass. We screen the sun with sun block lotions. We use polarized sunglasses.
Wrinkles and cataracts are influenced by sunlight. We use ultraviolet light to kill germs and bacteria and kill life, and million of us love sun bathing. We age where we are most exposed, on our face neck, and hands. Our fingernails grow ten times faster than our toenails because of more sun exposures. The fastest growing cells are on the top of your head, excess sun causes dandruff flakes.
Ten percent of your blood is always in your skin at all time and affected by ultraviolet rays. One square inch of your skin has 19 feet of blood vessels. We start with 79 million cells and over time water temporarily replaces the many lost cells. As we age, millions of cells are dying and we lose weight. We become like waterlogged Swiss cheese.
Where do most of the oldest people in the world live? In the mountains! Mountains run north and south, and the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. People live in the valleys of the mountains that shade and protect them from the sun and weather. Utah has the oldest average age in the nation because they are next to the continental divide.
Men die earlier than women because their hobbies and work are outside, while woman work and have indoor hobbies. Hunting, fishing, golfing and work occupations cause men to spend more time out of doors.
Northerners live longer than people in warm climates, since they are further from the sun and protected from the sun. Swedes and Icelanders have long life spans while the people o the equator have the lowest life expectancies.
Animals like turtles and elephants live a long time because they have thick hide. Why do burrowing animals and bats that avoid sunlight live longer?
Once the industrial revolution came, we work indoors and our life spans have doubled from 40 years in 1900 to 80 years today. People who work indoors like musicians, doctors; CPA’s all outlive today’s farmers.
Our doubling in life expectancy in this last decade is due to Henry Ford and the automobile. The auto reflects 98% of ultraviolet light. The car has a roof and windows. We live inside our houses and in air conditioning; we work in a building and return home to spend the evening inside their house. We get less sunlight than ever before, and our radiation is reduced.
Your body shrinks and loses weight as you age. Aging is the slow loss of cells. It is the loss of strength, loss of mobility, loss of immunity, loss of perception, loss of memory and finally loss of life itself.
EXCESS SUNSHINE MAY INDUCE EARLY AGING