positron, cancer and carbsPosted: April 13, 2013
A positron is an electron with a positive charge. Some say it gets this charge by traveling backward through time. Eventually it meets a normal negatively charged electron and BOOM anti-matter, meet matter and photons are released. Based on where pairs of photons are detected, a computer calculates the point the photons were created and uses that to map your body. Brilliant thought, brilliant execution. We take it for granted. I certainly can’t understand but I trust it.
A tech injects a small amount of radioactive glucose ( glowing sugar so to speak ) and assumes your cancer tumors will be hungriest and suck up more than their share of the glowing sugar. The machine maps the glow to find the tumors. Magic seemingly, but really outstanding science.
I had heard that sweets are bad for cancer, but didn’t understand the reasoning. But this made me see the connection. It seems that sugar and carbs feed tumors, and that’s good to know when fighting them. At the cellular level, cancer is a hungry beast. Diet is a weapon too.
So here in my body we may have cancer struggling for immortality with cells that refuse to die, and the very fabric of time and space is harnessed in the fight. What an amazing time to be alive.
Of course maybe in time and space this time there’s nothing to be found.