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David's Journal | Defining Vigr

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by David Limacher, Oct 30, 2014.

  1. I love you too Jack. I think you were once a teacher of mine in a past life, and you've changed the course of this one, for the better. All of you here, those with us and those who have left, made a huge impression on me.

    As for Chaga, don't buy others' chaga. I am getting emails and texts from people who are buying shitty product. Chaga is popular now and so everyone and their dog is trying to harvest it and sell it. You have to know what to harvest, how much to take from the tree, and how to care for it afterwards. It's not as simple as cut it and consume it.

    Chaga is loaded with lots of good things, I know we haven't gone down this road yet, so I'll take the monopoly card and run with it. My intuition many years ago to find these mushrooms was obviously correct, despite my lack of knowledge of the physics behind it.
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  2. Hey Jack, have you heard of these? Indigo coloured mushrooms?

    They're available in Saskatchewan.
    The lactarius indigo. The mushroom’s whitish cap looks deceptively plain, but if you flip it over, the gills are a brilliant blue.
    Slice into it, and the mushroom bleeds indigo-coloured milk.

    Found in the Torch River Forest in Saskatchewan.

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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Never seen them........I wonder if they contain D3?
  4. From July 2017 Webinar.... "men who worked hard labour in the north, died earlier." -
    Today's modern Haplotype uncoupled, he and she work out under blue lights at 5 am, spinning, running, and lifting their face off. Is working out not the definition of hard labour. Bench pressing your own weight, squatting that ass up.
    Sound like hard labour.
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Could this be why many who over do it show collapsed hormone panels? I think so.
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  6. endless

    endless New Member

    Love morels and shaggy manes. But loving psilocybins more lately...low dose combined with lions mane.
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  7. I've been trying to for a long time to understand why Elk Velvet Antler does what it does for people. As it turns out the most abundant mineral in elk antlers is phosphorus.

    Elk antlers are growing bone. They regenerate likes salamanders tale every year without fail.

    When taken by someone and they get a boost from it, more energy I am now thinking it is largely due to its high phosphorus content.
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  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The quibit is awfully important isn't it Dave!!!!
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    Jack Kruse Administrator

  10. ACFF3136-5DEE-4318-B258-551762208BC7.jpeg Here’s my new office light for at night. I’ve gone with LED driven by a DC current. They are Sylvannia strip lights. I’ve tested for flicker and there is none.
  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Nice. Now get an amber screen on that computer. !!! Fake Blue during the day is an issue because the spectrum from the computer is continous.......at 5700K. The sun's blue scale starts at 1800K and goes to 16,000K before dropping like a rock to 0K at sunset.

    That change is 100% tied to how protons recycle in you!!!
  12. Ive got flux on the computer. Looking for something to hang over the computer to make it even less.

    One other benefit I’ve got in this new house is the basement is a bomb shelter. Built in 1963....I only get 1 or two max bars on the phone in the basement. Everything is hard wired too.

    The lighting situation when we moved in was awful. There is still a lot of work to do and a lot of money to be spent.
  13. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Nice. You can make your own screen with blue light film.
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  14. Sun Disciple

    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

    Hey david! I live in ontario what time of year from epi paleo seasonal perspective would it make sense to try out the antler supplement? They are growing them now as we speak no?
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  15. Cpt.Tired

    Cpt.Tired New Member

    So the sun emits significantly more blue frequencies throughout the late afternoon than in the morning?
  16. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  17. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Cpt tired would be awake if he was reading and understanding the blogs. Membership matters.
  18. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The corrollary of why blue light during day or night is bad as well: 1800K vs 16,000 K light = sunrise to sunset.

    When light enters the eye it has to transverse many layers before the photons are sensed. The incident photons first pass the optic nerve fibers, ganglion cells which contain melanopsin, amacrine cells, bipolar neurons, horizontal neurons before they finally reach the rods and cones. This arrangement is bizarre to most who don’t understand light. To those of us who do, it makes complete sense. Below the rod and cone layers is the choroid layer of the retina (RPE).

    Why is melanopsin located in the ganglion cell layer that is more superficial? I believe it is because blue light bends most under a prism during dusk. At dusk there is no UV light. This is why blue light creates the most visual blur on a retina when man uses it. This sets the tone for cataracts, AMD, and retinal diseases. It is also why blurry vision and headaches are the most sensitive cue to the astute clinician that blue light toxicity is present in a persons environment. This is why blue things in nature are so rare. Blue objects are never sharply seen by life’s creatures. Nature knows that blue light bends the most because of physics and has built the anterior chamber of the eye to take full advantage of it. This why the retina appears to built backward to our expectation. The photoreceptors are deep to the surface so that this limits the blue light hazard to the eye camera. Blue light always reduces the sharpness of sight. The global lighting industry today recommends bright blue spectrum bulbs for the elderly when it is clear from eye physics that we should be recommending bulbs with lower color temperature and incandescent bulbs to the aging eye. The fact is compounded when one considers that the federal government is now outlawing the general manufacturing and sale of incandescent bulbs to save energy! We may save electricity but we are going to increase neolithic disease in all groups by altering the spectral frequencies of indoor light. Fluorescent lights also flicker at 100 Hz. No one seems to realize that mitochondria need to oscillate at 100 Hz to fat burn properly. This causes more damage to the "eye clock mechanism" because it allows for more blue light assimilation to the ganglion layer to destroy the retina’s mitochondria in these cell layers. This is another reason fluorescent bulbs need to be removed from your indoor environments or just kept off. More bad news for the flickering effect is that LED light produce even more of it. Older people need to turn off all LED and fluorescent bulbs and only use incandescent bulbs, candles, or kerosene lamps inside. The older or more diseases eyes need to even consider the paint they chose in a room. If you do use indoor light that has a lot of blue light paint your rooms with complementary colors to blue such as yellow and orange and warmer earth tones. Try to avoid all shades of blue and white and reflective colors if you can. That can affect how the eye camera and eye clock function. It can also speed up all co-morbid diseases that the person may already have. Chronic blue light exposure wears out the integrity of our entire visual system and this causes time to speed up for the person whose environment is loaded with this color.

    The eyes evolution is not based on what modern science believes either.

    Today's factoid: the eye is only weakly optimized to take full advantage of the available solar spectrum. The erroneous belief often arises from a blind faith in the power of evolution to optimize absolutely, coupled with a misunderstanding of the nature of density distribution functions. That misunderstanding appears in a diverse range of scientific literature (see the enclose link as point of fact). Other constraints upon the eyes’ evolutionary optimization besides the Sun’s radiance were also important, such as the historically significant influence of the transmission of water, the susceptibility of potentially available biological materials such as photopigments to Blue light damage, and the instability of possible infrared sensitive photopigments. Contemplating why we did not evolve to use other mechanisms to produce a broader band visual sensitivity, as for an unlikely example electron–hole pair generation, would seem to be a futile exercise in a counterfactual history of evolution. But the question of how and why our vision evolved to employ its equally unlikely photoisomerization scheme for vision still remains an interesting and open issue that I think quantum evolutionary theory willl solve.

    People have forgotten that a deficiency of Vitamin A in the retina leads to night blindness and to poor autophagy in cells. This means when Vitamin A is low, mitochondria in the eye swell, and heteroplasmy rates will be higher. This is the reason why all astronauts develop optic nerve swelling when they spend too much time in space disconnected from the sun and grounding to the Earth. Interestingly, autophagic induction by retinoic acid has been shown to be critical for both the removal of the toxic proteins in diseases like breast cancer, leukemia, and progeria. Retinol has also been shown to be an important co-factor in T cell activation in our immune system. Autophagy is essential for and upregulated on T cell activation and AMPK activation. AMPK is activated by both exercise, fasting and metformin, but requires leptin sensitivity with respect to light in the eye from your environment first. Proof of this concept is tied to the fact that 1,25 Vitamin D3 has been shown to activate AMPK in vivo to help recycle protons in 3 key metabolic pathways to improve the charge on the surfaces of cells and inside the cytolic water made by mitochondria. Changes in the retina are a sure sign that heteroplasmy rates are rising and it is one of the key things clinicians and patients need to monitor in the coming 5 G world that will be using TetraHertz RF frequencies in communications. This will massively effect the way cells charge themselves, it will effect protons spin, size, and composition in all tissues. Both pathways are required to be activated to significantly increase mitochondrial biogenesis and to recycle protons at the SN-2 postion of the glycerol back bone and the 2' carbon in sugars. They also determine what type or protons are incorporated into the 3' and 5' carbons in ribose used in DNA and RNA.

    Yep............membership matters when it comes to details........unless you abhor details.
  19. shiran

    shiran Curious

    Hi David , have you tried the IRIS program to address the flicker affect?
    Wondering if you can share with red led lights did you use ?
    Are you looking for a filtering blue light screen to place on the computer?

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