Re: Restoring invisible and abandoned trials: a call for people to publish the findings
There is very, very much "non-communicable knowledge" (NCK) in the field of health sciences, for example, in the science of salt.
In relation to entropy, sodium intake, sodium/potassium ratio and other ratios, energy expenditure of aerobic and anaerobic sodium-potassium pump, lactic acid, EKG (ECG), EEG, composition of human milk and natural selection
Some of them:
Saulo Klahr and Neal S. Bricker
Energetics of Anaerobic Sodium Transport by the Fresh Water Turtle Bladder
J Gen Physiol. 1965 March 1; 48(4): 571–580
The sodium pump and energy regulation: some new aspects for essential hypertension, diabetes II and severe overweight.
Klinische Wochenschrift 63 Suppl 3:4-8. 1985.
Maiken Nedergaard, Steven A. Goldman, Smita Desai, and William A. Pulsinelli
Acid-induced death in neurons and glia
The Journal of Neuroscience, August 1991, 11(8): 2489-2497
Equivalency law in the metal requirement of the living organisms.
Acta Alimentaria 27 (4): 389-395. 1998.
Yamawaki N, Yamada M, Kan-no T, Kojima T, Kaneko T, Yonekubo A.:
Macronutrient, mineral and trace element composition of breast milk from Japanese women.
J Trace Elem Med Biol. 2005; 19(2-3): 171-81.
Toshimasa Osaka, Akiko Kobayashi, and Shuji Inoue
Thermogenesis induced by osmotic stimulation of the intestines in the rat
J Physiol. 2001 April 1; 532(Pt 1): 261–269.
(Nothing about Na/K pump, anaerobic glycolysis and lactic acid)
Ram K. Mathur
Role of diabetes, hypertension, and cigarette smoking on atherosclerosis
J Cardiovasc Dis Res. 2010 Apr-Jun; 1(2): 64–68.
("The mechanism of thermogenesis is not clear. .. That is why we have not made any
progress even though we have worked on it for more than 50 years.")
The scientific elite shows astonishing irresponsibility! Forgotten and/or ignored or not understood articles, works, facts, evidence and wrong education, etc. The blind watchmaker first learned physics well, then chemistry. And only then dealt with biochemistry. But he never forgot what he had already learned.
More references (and NCK) with links:
Competing interests: No competing interests