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Blood pH, Blood Pressure (blood volume) & Body Temperature 
Healthy blood pH is 7.00 – neutral, maintaining body temperature of 98.6° F and stable constant blood pressure. Healthy blood pressure and body temperature are maintained by stable optimal blood volume & production. Deviation from neutral pH is caused by manmade nanoparticles (NPs) bound with reduced metals and chemicals.
Copper Essential For Protein Synthesis – Optimal Blood Volume:  Copper maintains a balanced neutral blood pH of 7.00, by neutralizing and removing metals/chemicals. A neutral blood pH has the optimal concentration of hydrogen to produce new blood cells in the required quantity, as hydrogen forms the bonds in blood proteins. If hydrogen concentration is too low, pH is alkaline, and blood production decreases, resulting in low blood volume and insufficient blood flow. If hydrogen concentration is too high, pH is acidic, and blood production is too high, resulting in congested blood flow. Low or high blood volume, coupled with carbon buildup from manmade particles, causes organ necrosis -- failure.

The life of a creature is in its blood.

Blood types are designated by pH:  Type B – acidic, Type A – alkaline, Type O – alkaline.
Types A, B & O are damaged blood cells (proteins) from manmade particles; type AB is healthy undamaged blood.

Alkaline Types A/O were set to pH 7.54 (average) by 2005/06.

Blood pH is 7.65+ and rising. (Sustained pH: 7.65 = 80% mortality, 7.8 = 100% mortality)
Fatal drops in blood volume are surging, as the 4 GHz RF signal is destroying blood cells that are not being replaced due to high blood pH.

Type B blood has high blood volume, with pH ~ 6.8 (average). (Below 6.8 = HIGH mortality)

Type AB is neutral at 7.00 pH.

Alkaline blood, types A/O, lose hydrogen in blood when exposed to fluorine by gas, food, water, or ‘medications’, as fluorine replaces hydrogen in blood histidine, raising blood pH.

Acidic blood, type B, gains hydrogen in the blood, by retention of hydrogen from the breakdown of manmade particles.