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ALL THINGS EL SALVADOR

Discussion in 'The Kruse Longevity Center' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 4, 2021.

  1. caroline

    caroline New Member

    Welcome to El Salvador Daniel and Heidi!
     
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  2. Tarun

    Tarun Silver

    I'm starting to change my stance on El Salvador.

    Even if ES is/becomes authoritarian, it still has a small, anti-deep state government, whereas my freedoms in Europe are being impeded by a large deep state, unelected bureaucracy
     
  3. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    Nice tour with Jeremy today. La Libertad and El Tunco. Good man to know. Thanks, Jack.
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  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    A lot better than Vermont.....
     
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  5. caroline

    caroline New Member

    so glad Tony and I got to meet you and Heidi and spent some time.
    You are both lovely and open minded and enthusiastic about your life and adventures....
     
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  6. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    I’ll fix your TV soon
     
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  7. ND Hauf

    ND Hauf Pleb

    Buddy of mine in ES just called and said Bukele stroked a big check today to pay down more debt……
     
  8. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ^^^sucks doesn't it.
     
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  10. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    13 North has enough sun.

    And about that sun...............

    Without sunlight, mankind has become "un-enlightened." The sun lightens our load and clears our minds. It's not the load that breaks us down, it's the way we use it that harms us. Artificial light has changed our being by altering our charge density and making us to oblivious to the forces in nature that regenerate us. In physical systems, the idea of regeneration isn't common. Most things fail because of entropy. It grows and things fail. In biology, light is used to regenerate the nanomachines in us called mitochondria. Cells have learned how to control and slow the fall back to entropy. Modern life uses light that pushes us faster to entropy and this is why we get ill faster and more frequently from neolithic diseases. Our mind has become dense and opaque without our imagination and we do not realize yet, our own creations have harmed us. We need more learning of the sun's effect on the flow of entropy, to erase our ignorance and build wisdom to halt our demise. Sunlight is man's best disinfectant because it makes our thoughts transparent with nature.

    Your body makes about 2 billion new mitochondria every second, but this only happens in an environment that optimizes charge density changes of proteins. For example, if you are in sunlight you create close to 3 billion new mitochondria per second. When you are in red light about 2.2 billion per second & when you are in blue light it is about 800K per second. There is a lesson there about heteroplasmy, charge density, and the light choices you make. When you also realize that food has little to no ability to affect the charge density of proteins you begin to see why a half-truth can bury the truth from you.
    Sunburns won't kill you. SUNBURNS really DO NOT MATTER when you understand how terrestrial sunlight works with mitochondrial autophagy and apoptosis.

    This doesn't mean I am supporting getting sunburned, it means getting burned doesn't carry the risks you've been told by the centralized paradigm in power. It is just another bad meme people spread because they are ignorant about how light works in biology. https://www.tandfonline.com/.../10.../19381980.2016.1267077

    And the flip side of this argument is even greater when you learn that solar exposure leads to an all-cause drop in mortality in humans. Burn away. I do. ****All-cause mortality paper----> https://ar.iiarjournals.org/content/38/2/1173.full
     
  11. 5G Canary

    5G Canary Gold

    “Your body makes about 2 billion new mitochondria every second, but this only happens in an environment that optimizes charge density changes of proteins. For example, if you are in sunlight you create close to 3 billion new mitochondria per second. When you are in red light about 2.2 billion per second & when you are in blue light it is about 800K per second.”

    I like to think of these new mitochondria like new babies being born. The second they are created by light they haven’t been programmed by your thoughts and your environment yet. They are new to this alien world and for a short time vulnerable for the taking... our thoughts and our environment do the programming. Do we want positive thinking and nature to play a part in programming them or do we let blue light technology that dulls our thinking program them. Nature will protect them unlike technology that destroys them. What happens when technology or self doubt does the bulk of the programming? You lose power- both literally and figuratively. It’s easy to see why an optimal environment matters.

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  12. caroline

    caroline New Member

    continuing our journey of trying to use bitcoin to make purchases in El Salvador.......

    Price Smart..... we waited an hour at a cash register while they tried to get their equipment up and running.
    They contacted their tech support but could not gets things on line.

    Finally they told us that someone from Tech support was going to come out later in the afternoon to get things up and running.

    They asked us if we wanted to wait ....:eek:

    What we should have done is said adios - we will shop somewhere else......

    Trouble is - we really wanted what we were purchasing and probably wouldn't be able to find it anywhere else.......

    Next time we are at at grocery store - if we can't pay with bitcoin - we will just leave the groceries and go somewhere else.

    This is a really time consuming exercise....but necessary if ES is going to move forward with bitcoin.

    We were out for lunch a few days earlier with our amigos .....no problem at all paying.
    It was fast and painless.
     
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  13. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Would it be significantly financially different if you just eat mostly outside?

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  14. Ronald Waters

    Ronald Waters New Member


    I'm currently in Colombia @ 7 degrees North.
    I love it here but they elected a socialist... And
    The potential is here to be the first country to go cashless.

    I plan to stay mobile until something shakes out.
     
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  15. Ronald Waters

    Ronald Waters New Member

    Latin America has wider selection. I can have a $3 cappuccino and then go out for a $3 lunch. Just depends where you are at neighborhood wise
     
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  16. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I was actually looking for a convenient workaround for @caroline since she has those problems when buying grocery and paying for it with bitcoin, but no such a problem when buying lunch at restaurant.
     
  17. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    On thing I observed in El Salvador: there are almost no bald men. I saw one in the airport when we arrived- may not even have been a Salvadoran - and not a single other one until we were on the way back to the airport 2 weeks later. Has anyone else noticed this?
     
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  18. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    What about fat people, are there many of them?
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    Here then (I would say that they are lean)

    Wonder if they were afraid of gluten and high sugar, when eating pasta, or just happy if they had anything to eat.
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    Here now (I would say that they are fat), all that clothes and helmets are restricting their movements making it less safe.
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  19. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator


    STRIKE Is the workaround. Get someone from the states to take her phone to the US when they go download the app and link it to her bank account and she can pay this way. She could also load the STRIKE app at the Chivo ATM in ES.

    Simple.
     
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