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Why every Natural News reader should take the free chemistry courses offered by Jason Gibson at MathTutorDVD.com

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(NaturalNews) If you want to better understand the laboratory results I'm producing at the Natural News Forensic Food Lab, it helps if you're familiar with the fundamentals of chemistry, the Periodic Table of Elements and unit conversion.

One of the most frustrating things I've run into as a journalist and forensic food research scientist is the lack of general chemistry knowledge among internet readers. I've found that many people don't know the difference between ppm and ppb concentrations, and they don't realize that 1 ppm is one million times larger than 1 ppt.

This is how, for example, raw food vegans end up concerned about parts per trillion of glyphosate causing cancer while, at the same time, they are drinking zeolites which often contain up to 50-60 parts per million lead.

And when it comes to radioactive isotopes (such as cesium-137), people really get lost. When you're trying to understand Fukushima, nuclear fallout and the contamination of soils, it's important to understand the basic concepts of elemental isotopes, radiation half-life and the affinity of certain elements for other elements.

Sadly, chemistry and physics are usually taught in a boring, academic way that turns off students at an early age. So most people's experience with chemistry and physics is rooted in negative memories.

But I have a solution for you!

Jason Gibson makes learning chemistry, math and physics really fun and interesting

There's an amazing solution you can use right now to learn the fundamentals of chemistry for free.

The website MathTutorDVD.com was created by Jason Gibson. And Gibson is a gifted teacher who makes chemistry "click." (He's also a fellow Texan, it seems.) His website offers many free courses on chemistry, physics and math, and you can also purchase his more extensive DVDs for the full experience.

A few years ago I used Jason Gibson's DVDs as part of my brushing up effort on chemistry before launching the Natural News Forensic Food Lab where I now analyze foods using ICP-MS instrumentation.

I've also taken online chemistry courses from MIT (Open Courseware) and found them to be robotic, mechanical and boringly academic. MIT instructors seem to be very good at memorizing formulas while completely missing the bigger point of what those formulas represent. For example, if you go into the MIT Chemistry 5.11 courses, you'll find instructors who somehow manage to document the formulas for hydrogen atom orbital wave functions without ever helping students visualize those wave function probabilities in a meaningful way.

The result is that you get robotic academics who can "get the right answer" but have no idea what the answers really mean. (Eventually I couldn't even watch the MIT courses anymore because the instructors were so bad, and they seemed to have no concept of the HARMONICS involved in electron cloud distributions and orbitals. Plus, they still think electrons are tiny particles!)

But Jason Gibson is a "connect the dots" kind of teacher who really, truly helps you get your head around concepts in a way that turns all the puzzle pieces into a finished portrait. He can help you learn the basics of chemistry, physics, math or even unit conversion, making you far more "scientifically literate" so that you can understand all these conversations about food composition, heavy metals, glyphosate and even GMOs.

I'm launching a new lab soon, and you'll want to get up to speed on what I'm announcing

My new lab is almost ready, and we've added a large organic chemistry section with an HPLC instrument. Plus, we have an Ion Chromatograph (IC) instrument for detection of iodine, fluoride, chlorine and other halogens.

One of the things we'll be doing with this is testing public water supplies to found out if fluoride concentrations are higher than allowed by law. We'll be reporting these numbers in ppm and ppb, so it's important to know, for example, that 0.050ppm is the same as 50ppb.

We'll also be reporting on pesticide residues in foods, and I'll be talking about concepts like "molecular weight" and "sample mass."

So the more you learn on these concepts, the better you'll be able to follow my announcements and findings in 2016 and beyond.

Get up to speed at MathTutorDVD.com with Jason Gibson. He's the best teacher I've yet seen, and you'll learn these subjects so rapidly that you'll wonder everybody doesn't teach it this way!

P.S. Note to Gibson: If you're interested in coming on my show on TalkNetwork.com -- the Health Ranger Report -- I'd love to interview you about your past work experience and the issue of science literacy in America today. Contact Natural News to set it up.

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