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- Title: Study of Man: Lecture II
- Concepts produce carbonic acid, imaginative pictures oxygen. Need for
- production of carbonic acid in the blood, namely in processes of the
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
- carbon in breathing. Plants would arise in man if he retained carbon.
- changes oxygen into carbon dioxide by connecting it with carbon.
- Carbon is in the organism from the transformed foodstuffs. This carbon
- takes up the oxygen, and carbon dioxide gas arises through the union
- of the oxygen with the carbon. Now when man has the carbon dioxide
- out, but to keep it there. And if he could free the carbon again from
- oxygen through his life processes, and allows it to form carbon
- dioxide by uniting with carbon; if now he were in a position to
- separate off the oxygen again within, and to work upon the carbon,
- carbon dioxide. By day the plant is bent on getting carbon dioxide, it
- carbon, and out of this it forms starch and sugar and everything else
- world arises by building itself up from carbon which plants in their
- process of assimilation separate off from the carbon dioxide. When you
- look at the plant world, it is metamorphosed carbon, which is
- process by which carbon dioxide has arisen, that is, if the oxygen
- could be given up again and the carbon dioxide could be transformed
- into carbon, as is done by nature in the world around you, then you
- out the carbon dioxide, and does not allow the plant kingdom to arise
- within himself. He allows the plant kingdom to arise out of the carbon
- Actually it is true that when man breathes out carbonic acid gas, he
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