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Daniel's Optimal Journal

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by Daniel Renaud, Mar 2, 2022.

  1. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    Things are coming together. I had a very informative consult with Jack. Thanks for the help in plotting out my health/wealth journey. After almost a month I got an account setup on Swan for my wife and sister's trust. The coins are in place finally! The house is on the market, and things are looking good for an offer early next week. Realtors are showing it this week while we're out of town. Speak the truth. Feel everything. Move.
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  2. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    Decentralized Medicine
    I really like the idea of decentralized medicine. I've read Jack's blog on the subject, watched the videos and given it some thought. It seems to me that the idea of decentralized medicine at this point is more of a critique of the current system, than a workable new system.

    The critique is awesome, and once you let it sink in it seems self evident. It reminds me of why thoughtful young people all go through a communist phase. Marx's critique of capitalism is that devastating and exciting that it just sweeps you in. The problem is Marx never came up with a way of translating that critique into an actual economic system and way of governing that would work in the real world, and whole populations suffered though the various implementations.

    That said we have the critique. Here are some ideas about implementing.

    Funded by decentralized money - $BTC.
    Based on proof of work.
    Entangled in nature.
    Based on three legs: light, magnetism and water.

    Clients opt into the federation. In order to join they have to be referred by an existing member. They also have to get various tests (markers for health), and be examined by a member provider (medical exam and interview). Client then gets option of buying in at a rate determined by the results of the tests and exam. Clients in worse health have a higher initial buy in.

    The buy-in sats go into a Fedimint. Guardians of the Fedimint will be elected by the members.

    Clients get sats streamed back to them for "Good Behavior"
    Providers get sats streamed to them for "Good Behavior". Providers don't have to buy (unless they also want to be a client).

    Types of providers: This would really depend on your federation. Could be any. Clients will buy into a federation with providers they want to work with. One would not have to be a certified medical professional to be a provider. One could earn provider sats by providing educational content that got streamed a lot, or by having a nnEMF property that clients could come to heal, etc...

    Types of good client behavior: This would again depend on your federation. Sats could be streamed to clients for good test results, or for moving to a zip code, or country that is better for their health. This would have to be worked out.

    Types of good provider behavior: Entrance exams would be a good example of this. I also like the idea of providers getting sats streamed to them for not seeing patients - because they're all doing well.

    Some kind of proof of work for both providers and clients is what we're looking for here.

    Here's a video on Federated Chaumian Mints that's a decent introduction.

  3. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member


    This one hits close to home forme. I've had a basal cell spot next to my right ear for a couple of years now. I recently decided to go to a centralized medicine doc to have it looked at. He confirmed that it was what I thought it was. As Jack recommended I asked for the 5-FU to treat. He flat out refused even Nothing I said would change his mind about it. "Its too deep in there". "We want to make sure we get it all". "It will combe back". "It might make it worse than it already is". On and on... The practice I went to pretty much uses Moh's surgery exclusively for basal cell. So - almost $500 later after the exam and biopsy I made an appointment in December for the Moh's.

    My question to anyone who reads this and cares to respond - how does one find a decentrailzied medicine doc that will prescribe 5-FU? As some of you know I currently reside just outside of Burlington, VT.
  4. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    Unchained Capitol is offering a deal on their concierge service - 1/2 price. If you’re thinking about their IRA or multi sig with them now is your time!
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  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Looks like you are looking for chemotherapy.
    Intravenous injections

    If you could get 5-FU in a cream, may not get in deep enough.


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    JanSz Gold

  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Post a good picture of what you are talking about.
  8. @Daniel Renaud i don't know how many docs are here in the group but i am sure there are a few, maybe some of the others who have been here longer can suggest someone.

    There is Dr Ettinger who may be good to start with. Others who are on sm are Dr Leyland Stillman who you could try and maybe ask for recommendations if they cannot help.

    Good luck x
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  9. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    I’d try that wart remover. I’ve been using other home remedies.
  10. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Preferably have someone do it for you,
    while you are firmly in a such position that skin of interest is in horizontal position.

    I have not done point #1.
    It may be difficult to do #2 without actually covering area of interest. I skipped that while being highly concentrated on #3.
    In #3, do not think of using one drop. (You may need much less than one drop.)
    Think of covering area in question (and no more).

    do not sweat if little extra healthy skin gets covered (tiny bit).

    Good luck.

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  11. Anne V

    Anne V Silver

    @JanSz Have tou ever tried Lugols iodine?
  12. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    In context on the previous post, I think you are asking about putting iodine on affected skin hopping to get rid of growths there.
    No, I have not done that ever for that purpose.
    But I used it that way on cuts or bruises as antiseptic.

    For the last decade or two, I am drinking daily one dropperful of 2% Lugols.
    dropperful is about equal to 0.8 cc or more.

  13. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    CT in VT
    I've been looking for good natural places for CT near my house. I've settled on a couple of really nice spots. We call them holes or potholes in Vermont. Here's one of my favorites.

    lower hole looking up.jpeg

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  14. caroline

    caroline New Member

    water falls = the most fantastic place to do C/T

    you are a lucky man!
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  15. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    More CT in VT

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    Thats really beautiful!
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  17. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    Lake Champlain. Almost cold enough for CT.
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  18. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    Somehow I missed the invite to September Powwow, but I'm listening now. Corey G - you always ask Jack the best outside the box questions! "What do you think is on the other side of a black hole". Jack's answer was "less space, more time". I'm pondering that.

    This is a book about black holes, but a medical doctor from England. Very thought provoking.


    Has anyone read it?
  19. 5G Canary

    5G Canary Gold

    I look forward to Corey’s questions along with Jack’s replies too... always thought provoking. I haven’t read the book you suggested but will give it a read. I am halfway through “Sailing the Ocean of Complexity: Lessons from the Physics-Biology Frontier” by Sauro Succi. He graduated in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Bologna and holds a PhD in Physics from the Swiss Polytechnique Institute in Lausanne. The book came out this year... I am really enjoying it and really like his writing style. Thought provoking and relatable.

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  20. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Black holes.

    We have it in us. It works as a waste disposal. Works during our sleep.

    The universe, if it is a living organism it uses black holes for cleanup.

    Do not ask me how.

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