My god, you can't even write a grammatically correct sentence, let alone one without misspelling several words, and you've got the nerve to tell people that the science regarding essential nutrients like vitamin b12 are all based on "medical papers created by those who back in the 1920's figured they could sell humans trash if they called their waste products "VITAMINS""?
Some might say you're paranoid, or deluded, but I would suggest just uneducated -- and I'd strongly recommend the book "Could it Be B12?" by Sally Pacholok.
It just may enlighten you to the science behind B12, and how many, many conditions and diseases like MS and ALS can sometimes actually be due to simple, but undiagnosed B12 deficiencies.
Your "information" in your post above is incorrect, and very dangerous to those who may just be deficient in B12 and not know it.
Perhaps your grandma would still be here if she had gotten sufficient amounts of the B12 that was clearly helping her, and not 'addicting' her.