Masks, false safety and real dangers – Dr. Colleen Huber


Re-Posted from Potkaars Blog on November 19, 2020

Colleen Huber with co-authors has researched the health risks of mouth masks in three different peer reviewed papers. The third one just released is going into Hypoxia, hypercapnia and their physiological effects on the human body.

In this interview Dr. Huber explains what happens when you hinder breathing by prolonged wearing or a cover over your mouth and nose. In all our evolution this has never happened before. The reduced availability of oxygen you need to take in and the excess levels of CO2 you can’t get out are acute, measurable and have negative health effects both short and long term, which Dr. Huber explains.

The previous interview discussed part two of the research: ‘microbial challenges from masks’ and together with the first paper about lung vulnerability to Friable mask particulate, a complete picture is painted.

Imagine breathing in particles released from a mouth mask. Imagine breathing them in more deeply than you normally would, as breathing is obstructed, taking those particles deeper into your lungs.

You are breathing more deeply because you are hindered by a mask. Your body will adjust -or get used- to a lower level of oxygen and a higher level of CO2, but it comes with a price. Your body’s ability to filter out such particles is reduced by the elevated levels of CO2 in your system.

Imagine not only breathing in particles (part one of the research) but also bacteria that would normally be exhaled but are now caught in the mouth mask that is warm and moist. These factors combined would explain why in the Spanish flu era Dr. Fauci found people died from bacterial Pneumonia, rather than a viral infection.

Mention Fauci and you get banned from YouTube, like Potkaars was after the previous interview.

Mention elevated CO2 levels in tissue being a catalyst for cancer and you get banned from Twitter, as Dr. Huber experienced.

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