Stephanie Seneff

12.10.2021 - By Mastering Nutrition

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In this episode, I interview Stephanie Seneff, PhD, on her hypothesis about glyphosate, deuterium, and the C-word. Stephanie Seneff is a senior research scientist at MIT, where she has had continuous affiliation for more than five decades. After receiving four degrees from MIT (B.S.. in Biophysics, M.S., E.E., and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), she has conducted research in packet-switched networks, computational modeling of the human auditory system, natural language processing, spoken dialogue systems, and second language learning. Currently a Senior Research Scientist (MIT’s highest research rank) at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, she has supervised 21 Master’s and 14 Ph.D. students. For over a decade, since 2008, she has directed her attention towards the role of nutrition and environmental toxicants on human disease, with a special emphasis on the herbicide glyphosate and the mineral sulfur. Here are the slides for the presentation she gave on this topic: Here is her book: Here is her web site: Here is how to access the uncensored version, the transcript, and where to find this on YouTube or on social: During this critical time where our freedom of health and freedom of speech is in imminent danger, and where tens of thousands of people are facing imminent job losses as the result of medical mandates, I am devoting my analytical skills full time toward the battle for health freedom. This includes working directly with lawyers in lawsuits over mandates, lockdowns, and the current standard of care, scientifically analyzing the safety, efficacy, and risks of mandated medical treatments and their alternatives as well as ways to mitigate their harms, publishing my findings in scientific journals and sharing them with you. It is my firm conviction that this is the most important gift I can offer the world right now, and I view this as a needed public service. I would be extremely grateful if you could support me during this time. At, you can purchase one of my information products in amounts ranging from $3 to $30, or take advantage of my consulting services for more. You can also make a purchase using one of my affiliate links to buy something you would have bought anyway at no extra cost to you. Finally, at, you can make a donation in any amount. In a world increasingly dominated by censorship, we may have censored certain words in this video in order to protect the show and keep our community connected. For the uncensored version, please see the link in the description. For uncensored material in general, head to To make sure we stay together as a community, please join my newsletter at, where I can guarantee that I'll never deplatform myself. This interview was recorded during a Live Zoom recording, where members of the CMJ Masterpass sat in and submitted comments and questions in the live chat. If you would like to sit in on future interviews I conduct with the chance to contribute questions, sign up for the Masterpass at and use the code INTERVIEW for 10% off the membership fee for as long as you remain a member. Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe as well. Thank you for your support! 00:00:31 Stephanie's bio 00:03:51 Her hypothesis in brief 00:08:25 Her path from virology to computer science and back to virology 00:14:20 Our common interest in educational video games 00:20:29 Evidence linking glyphosate to the C-word 00:21:37 Glyphosate and biofuels 00:26:47 Evidence that glyphosate substitutes for glycine in protein synthesis and industry's argument against this 00:40:37 The specific role of glyphosate in the C-word, interfering with lung surfactants 00:47:58 Selenomethionine as an example of non-toxic irregular amino acids that substitute for regular amino acids in protein synthesis 00:53:41 Vaping 00:57:14 NAD derivatives and the cells' deuterium depletion machines 00:58:02 G6PDH as the primary deuterium depletion machine 00:59:41 Glutathione, mucus fluidity, nitrosoglutathione, bronchodilation 01:03:26 Surfactants, hyaluronic acid gels, lipoxygenase, and the virus as deuterium depletion agents; deuterium and viral stabilization 01:14:54 Prion proteins 01:19:44 The spike protein as a prion protein 01:21:47 Spike protein toxicity depends on location and context, and may depend on glyphosate 01:27:42 Clotting, and platelets as deuterium-depletion and mitochondria-providing agents 01:32:40 C-word harms may depend on glyphosate status 01:34:15 Practical strategy around deuterium depletion and glyphosate avoidance for protection 01:37:09 Her position on the juice 01:37:46 Commiecron 01:43:41 The juice suppresses type 1 interferon and stimulates interferon-gamma 01:49:55 The virus vs the juice 01:51:06 Where did the virus come from? 01:58:09 Surveillance state and digital passports

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