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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • escaping air, I find it is carbonic acid. Thus carbonic acid is
    • down and the carbonic acid giving out the air.
    • human mouth, for there the carbonic acid comes out, and downwards from the
    • oxygen, nitrogen and carbon, but in formic acid; this formic acid
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • Iron, Sodium, Carbon, Chlorine
    • Sodium, Carbon, Chlorine
    • in us that has to do with thinking. For soda is sodium carbonate
    • and sodium carbonate has a stimulating effect upon the head. Everything
    • breathing. What about the carbon? We form carbon in ourselves out of
    • the food we take. Carbonic acid is formed and we then get carbonate
    • carbonate — soda — within us, and it is all the time
    • sodium carbonate, this soda, can come into existence. It is spread
    • be carbonic acid, that is to say, carbon and oxygen; and there must be
    • universe. Carbon we have in ourselves. It is all the time being
    • want to be dead carbon men, but living men, who destroy substance and
    • then re-create it. And especially we create carbon. Thus we have the
    • carbon ourselves, we take the oxygen from the air and the sodium from
    • breathing. We breathe in oxygen; we breathe out carbonic acid gas. If
    • we did not breathe out this carbonic acid, then the plants would not
    • have carbon, for it is taken from the carbonic acid of men and
    • animals. Moreover, the oxygen takes our carbon away — it
    • combines with our carbon. But first we must produce the carbon, we
    • frightfully greedy for carbon. If we did not give up our carbon to
    • the oxygen, we should at once get fits of suffocation when the carbon
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  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • men then breathe in and that man himself breathes out carbonic acid gas.
    • salts too, for instance, carbonate of soda, iron, etc., into the

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