The human body’s Nuclear energy

According to Prof. Panos T. Pappas, professor of physics and mathematics in Greece, each cell in the body works as a microscopic “Nuclear reactor(Pappas’s cell atomic energy theory). This nuclear reactor is powered by a dynamo, called the “Mitochondria”. The atomic energy produces by the cell is used to generate electricity in the cell membrane, which is typically (-70 mV to -100 mV)

In Pappas’s theory, oxygen enters two main reactions in the cell:

1. Oxidation reaction: oxygen is used to burn carbohydrates, proteins and lipids in the mitochondria, producing water (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2). It constitute 5-10% of the total body energy

Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins + O2 = Energy (ATP) + H2O + CO2 + Free radicals (é)

2. Oxygen fusion reaction (Oximutation): oxygen is “Fused” with sodium (Na+) by “Nuclear fusion” to produce potassium (K+), which is the waste product that is pumped out of the cell. The resulting from this nuclear fusion is a nuclear energy (452484 Kcal/mMol), which is used to produce electricity in the cell membrane keeping it optimally within (-70 mV). It constitute 90-95% of the total body energy

11Na23 + 6H2O + Electrical excitation + 8O16 + ATP energy = 19K39 + Atomic energy [452484 Kcal/mMol

The negative voltage of the cell membrane draws sodium atoms (Na+) from the extracellular fluid and oxygen into the cells down an osmotic gradient (High concentration outside to low concentration inside). For the oxygen to enter the cells, essential fatty acids (Omega 3 & 6) are required

In contrast to the conventional theory of sodium/potassium pump, which consider the cell as a pumping machine for 3Na+ molecules in the cell and 2K+ molecules outside the cell, Pappas’s theory explains that 3Na+ molecules are fused with oxygen in the presence of water inside the cell to produce 2K+ molecules and nuclear energy

Nuclear oxygen fusion reaction is so efficient and need little oxygen to generate energy, and does not pollute the body. In contrast, oxidation reaction is inefficient (Dissipating energy as heat), consumes huge amount of energy and produces many polluting substances (Free radicals)

Pappas’s theory explains some paradoxes that the Na/K cellular pump theory doesn’t explain; such as:

1. Excessive intake of sodium can cause obesity: simply because excess sodium creates excess energy, which will be stored in fat cells

2. Excessive intake of sodium causes hypertension: because more sodium equals more energy, which means more blood pumping, increasing the blood pressure

3. Hyperkalemia can kill: simply because potassium is a waste product, which when accumulate, causes cellular toxicity   

4. Sodium causes cell swelling: sodium typically draw water with it into the cells; in case of inflammation, the oxygen fusion reaction is not taking place properly; therefore, the water surrounding the sodium molecules will not be processed in the reaction and will accumulate causes swelling


Selected references

1. Pappas PT. Pappas’ physiology of cell and its atomic energy. 2006; Self-publication; 1st edition; 1-67

2. Pappas Papimi websites