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Acidification: A Story.

Most of us don’t relate to excess acidity in the body. We just go on regardless eating acidic and processed foods and then expect a doctor to ‘fix’ us when we break. This short video is about acidification of another type but when I watched it, I couldn’t help think that this was a great metaphor for acidification of the body. Oyster farmers and ocean acidification from The Story Group on Vimeo.

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