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Jack Kruse Podcast Curriculum - Youtube Edition V1

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by OliverGruener2, Mar 18, 2019.

  1. OliverGruener2

    OliverGruener2 New Member

    My idea was to create a document [for myself] that helps me organize some of the content JK produced [mostly through podcasts as a guest]. I recently noticed that Jack sometimes has more in depth explanations for the quantum physics etc. I think to some degree it really depends on the host, how good the relationship between the two of them is, how good the questions are and so on.

    I had some eureka moments here and there and I want to create a JK Curriculum for myself because I want to understand the science. So every time @Jack Kruse says "you don't need to understand this..." I say "eh, yeah, I do, I want to...gimme!!" :-D

    This is the "Podcast Youtube Edition". I think I covered the most prominent on Youtube but maybe I missed some.

    Feel free to add future (or past) YT episode to the list...

  2. Kathy Spears

    Kathy Spears New Member

    Wow! This is awesome! Thanks for the compilation.
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  3. Peter Schmidt

    Peter Schmidt Silver

    This is great. I've searched YouTube for "Jack Kruse" and stumbled across authors who have saved all his videos..
    Solidsilverteeth likes this.
  4. Emma C

    Emma C Titanium

    Oh this is great! Thanks!!!
  5. Solidsilverteeth

    Solidsilverteeth New Member

    Here is 2018

    I’m looking forward to 2019
  6. Emma C

    Emma C Titanium

    Hi Solidsilverteeth,

    I just checked out the Nourish Vermont 2019 website and they don't list Jack as a presenter. Do you know that he IS going to be there???
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  7. Solidsilverteeth

    Solidsilverteeth New Member

    I don’t know, it’s just he mentioned he would he 2018.

    Anyway his information is getting better and better where ever he presents it
  8. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    He isn't this year. He has a speaking engagement at the Flowfest in Germany.
  9. mrc

    mrc Silver

    Today we discuss:
    • Why getting outside as much as possible is so important to our health.
    • The positive impact of seeing every sunrise.
    • The role our mitochondria play in weight management and health.
    • A challenge to take control of your own health.
    Full interview text is in the link
    "...if you're a clinician, if you want to help people, you need to begin to get rid of the own half lies in your own life, and that's what I've been doing for 15 years.
    I realized that everything I learned in medical school was really a half truth.
    When I started subtracting the half truths and started putting nature's laws at the top of the list, that's when the needle started to move for me, it started to move for my patients, and I'm no longer willing to remain silent about what I've learned."
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  10. mrc

    mrc Silver

    • How blue light impacts your health, life, longevity and metabolism (05:50)
    • Why the light you eat your food in is actually more important than the food you eat (I’m a big fan of this!) (08:32)
    • Why we need to avoid artificial light as much as possible, but even more so at night (11:16)
    • How light affects and controls our behaviour and why it can lead to addiction issues (and yup, that includes social media addiction) (15:06)
    • The truth about dietary supplements and how you absorb them (21:37)
    • How much light you actually need to thrive (25:28)
    • The detrimental effects of 5G (29:00)
    • What can we do to protect ourselves from artificial EMF radiation (40:07)
    • Are EMF blocking cases for your electronics really worth the investment? (49:53)
  11. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    I disagree with Jack any significant litigation will occur or succeed against 5G. He cites "big" tobacco as precedence but follow the next link which shows they've only been forced to pay $126 billion in the past 20 years. Tobacco settlement was just simple appeasement, more dog and pony show for the masses. https://publichealthlawcenter.org/sites/default/files/resources/MSA-Overview-2018.pdf

    The real stuff like 5G is "too big too fail." Even something as minor as amalgams would have a liability in the trillions if every American with them had the holistic dental protocol operations used to replace them. But ADA says mercury is not toxic end of story. Maybe they'll set up something like the vaccine court where they'll deny most claims and give out a few billion for more dog and pony. Actually there won't be any claims as there hasn't been with 1 to 4G because nearly all the science has been bought and corrupted.

    Also basic types of glass do let in most UVA and some UVB. No way the tropical conservatories I visit would have thriving plant and tree life if glass blocked all the UV.
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  12. Solidsilverteeth

    Solidsilverteeth New Member

    What about the theory that the human body slowly can build resistance to harmful things?

    Like radiation either from nnEMFs or from Chernobyl or Fukushima for example.

    The theory is that some people are building resistance, so our generation has grown up before cellphones and WiFi. Then slowly introduce 1G,2G and 3G, now 4G.

    Babies born into a 5G world were not slowly building resistance they are just bombarded straight away in the hospital room they are born into.
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  13. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Your nnEMF callus is the thickest I've seen SST.

    Pray you're just trolling now.
  14. DockMD

    DockMD That’s the reason why

  15. mrc

    mrc Silver

    Last edited: Jun 25, 2019
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  16. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Improve your ability to think.
      • Thinking is not IQ. When people talk about thinking they make the mistake of thinking that people with high IQs think better. That’s not what I’m talking about. I hate to break it to you but unless you’re trying to get into Mensa, IQ tests don’t matter as much as we think they do. After a certain point, that’s not the type of knowledge or brainpower that makes you better at life, happier, or more successful. It’s a measure sure, but a relatively useless one.

        If you want to outsmart people who are smarter than you, temperament and life-long learning are more important than IQ. Become a life long learner and do it under the power of the sun and the absence of the sun during night. Nothing works better or is as simple for the functioning of the human brain says this brain surgeon.

        Two of the guiding principles that Black Swans should follow on their path towards seeking wisdom are: (1) See the sunrise every AM and go to bed smarter than when you woke up; and (2) I’m not smart enough to figure everything out myself, so I want to ‘master the best of what "parts" of the truth other people have already figured out.’

        Acquiring wisdom is hard work. Learning how to think is tougher. It means sifting through the information, filtering the bull shit, and connecting it to a framework built around Nature's wisdom that you can use. A lot of people want to get their opinions from someone else who is selling a product or narrative. I know this because whenever anyone blurts out an opinion on social media I know is suspect and I ask why, I get some hastily re-phrased sound-byte that doesn’t contextualize the problem, identify the forces at play, demonstrate differences or similarities with previous situations, consider base rates, or … anything else that would demonstrate some level of thinking. One of my favorite questions to probe thinking is to ask what information would cause someone to change their mind. Immediately stop listening and leave if they say ‘I can’t think of anything.’ That is how I operate my circle of six. I want humans who know how to pack their own parachutes because they think well.
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  17. Alex97232

    Alex97232 Gold

  18. Alex97232

    Alex97232 Gold

    Hey, Oliver--just found your list--thank you so much.
  19. mrc

    mrc Silver

    Dr. Jack Kruse
    19 August
    "Are you always looking for podcasts to share with friends & family new to the mitochondriac paradigm? This particular interview is a seamless, no holds barred narrative that serves as both primer and launching pad for deeper exploration. Really well done.

    "Dr Jack Kruse is best known for his theories on cellular aging, EMF’s and blue light and how they impact cellular functioning; and the ripple effect into areas like leptin resistance and mitochondrial functioning
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  20. RMW

    RMW New Member

    You're an absolute legend for putting this together my guy.
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