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Kruse's Law?

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by NeilBB, Apr 30, 2014.

  1. NeilBB

    NeilBB New Member

    Okay, I believe I have finally induced a general axiom of this site and of Jack's approach. I would state it thusly:

    Any significant technological advancement that man can design or invent has already been incorporated into living systems by evolutionary biology in some way. You just have to look for it. In order for the biological and medical sciences to advance, its practitioners must realize that mother nature is not only smarter and faster than they are but also smarter and faster than our best physicists and engineers have ever been. And they are all painting on the same canvas.

    The leading edge of our technology today is where mother nature and evolution were operating millennia ago. So if you want to get a clue of how we work, you'd better start looking there.

    Last edited: Apr 30, 2014
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    True dat.

    Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) (all-cis-docosa-4,7,10,13,16,19-hexaenoic acid, C22:6ω3 or C22:6, n-3, DHA) is a major feature of marine lipids. It requires six oxygen atoms to insert its six double bonds, so it would not have been abundant before oxidative metabolism became plentiful. This means the best collector of the best subatomic particle allow evolution to be complex. DHA provided the membrane backbone for the emergence of new photoreceptors that converted photons into electricity, laying the foundation for the evolution of other signalling systems, the nervous system and the brain. It was the first topologic insultor naturally created by light oxygen old prokaryote membranes.

    For the first 2.5 billion years of life there was ample opportunity for DNA modification. Yet there is no evidence of significant change in life forms during that time. It was not until about 600 million years ago, when the oxygen tension rose to a point where air-breathing life forms became thermodynamically possible, that a major change can be abruptly seen in the fossil record. The sudden appearance of the 32 phyla in the Cambrian fossil record was also associated with the appearance of intracellular detail not seen in previous life forms.

    To date...................600 million yrs later not on other lipid has replaced this DHA molecule...............ask yourself why?

    It is the perfect Maxwell Demon for the electron.

    This is my Law.................If I ever become so lucky. Ten yrs ago I realized the final common pathway of life..............the collection and assimation of electrons is critical to healthspan and longevity thermodynamically.
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ^^^^consider that mitochondria's change programs work how to signal? one electron loss = superoxide, 2 electrons loss = H2O2, 3 electron loss = the Fenton reactions or hydroxyl free radical...........oonly controlled in what system? Cell mediated immunity. Ironically the last of the two complex evolved systems in primates..........that and neurogenesis due to MHC1. After OSF 3 you will see my biologic play ground for the last ten years in my mind...........I am a quantum molecular dynamist who understands how biology really innovates.
  4. Shijin13

    Shijin13 Guest

    Huge BOOM!
  5. Josh

    Josh New Member

    You forgot to say that we have enzymes to handle the first two, but not to handle the hydroxyl radical yet, it is in evolution hopefully.....Of course, cell-mediated immunity or T-cell is the most energy dependent and goes down first with heavy hydroxyl radical activity, and we are off to the races....time for a redesign.....o_O

    Cis, Boom, Bamm!
  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ^^^true dat. You really did listen to me live huh?

    Welcome to the matrix! Do you use technology or does it use you? Our constant use of technology is making us less human...???

    When everything happens now.......you can bet your ass is losing electrons. Why? Present shock is tied to silicon based technology.
    Last edited: Apr 30, 2014
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Seth Robert's the Quantified self blogger and eater of many saturated fats............died while hiking. He ate perfectly well and his diet should have helped him but it did not? Why?

    Where did he live?

    That is why he died before his time.

    Even though he knew DHA was key what he did not realize is his flower pot had 19 holes in it.......so no matter how much nutrients he put in he was a person with electron steal syndrome..................

    I doubt anyone in Ancestral health sees this as I do.

    There is a lesson here.

    Why did I tell you food is not the most important piece?
  8. Josh

    Josh New Member

    I always listen even when I am less or not human at all...........remembering is another story.........and understanding a third..........expressing a fourth.....focusing a fifth........:confused:.........sticky AQP4's
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  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I kinda thought you might like the latest blog and the webinar.......but next month is a real cool one.........What are the possibilities.......
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  10. Jude

    Jude Gold

    Heavens above...I still can't access the latest blog....!!!!!!!!!......no amt of hitting the link works ....new link sent and that doesn't work........modern day tech.........ugh............patience.................
  11. fitness@home

    fitness@home Silver

    Jude, I still cannot access the webinar either. Tried again today.

    This weekend I'll do the "repeated click on link" thing and Hope for the best.
  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Check the email and the dashboard.......instructions are clear. This is what Misty just said. The process has not changed according to her. If others are getting it you should too.
  13. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I wrote a support ticked, got link in return, that link does not want to stick, it gets re-directed to jackkruse.com
    end result, I can't access the Webinar.

    Misty quit as of today (April 30).
    I got e-mail from her, today 6:04PM EST.

  14. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I believe you got a response. That is what I was just told. Please be patient. I will be explaining this during the webinar Q & A.
  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Regarding cross-linking: Recall collagen is extensively cross-linked. Why is that important with respect to electrons?

    The transfer of electrons between proteins is an essential step in biological energy production. Two protein redox partners are often crosslinked in a lab to investigate the poorly understood mechanism by which they interact. To better understand the effect of crosslinking on electron transfer rates, researchers have constructed dimers of azurin by crosslinking the monomers. The measured electron exchange rates, combined with crystal structures of the dimers, demonstrate that the length of the crosslinker can have a dramatic effect on the structure of the dimer and the electron transfer rate. The electron transfer rate is a synonym for semiconductor current. The presence of ordered water molecules in the protein−protein interface may considerably influence the electronic coupling between redox centers.

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  16. Inger

    Inger Silver

    no webinar yet for me either and I have been clicking.. this is the first time I have this issues with webinars BTW
  17. HoneyChild

    HoneyChild Gold

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  18. Inger

    Inger Silver

    got the webinar, it also shows up on my dashboard now :)
  19. caroline

    caroline New Member

    I am able to get it ....but too much wine and I fell asleep ...
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  20. NeilBB

    NeilBB New Member

    It makes a ton of sense to look at technology to understand evolution...

    Evolution and technology do similar things because fundamentally, according to physics, there is only one constructive thing to do. Harness, organize, and structure the flow of energy that is already moving through the universe, and in so doing decrease the entropy of some subsystem somewhere, which will increase it somewhere else according to the 2nd law of thermodynamics. Whether it’s a Maxwell Demon protein or a steam engine, that’s what innovation ultimately does. For example, DHA is the biotechnology that nature utilized to help us steal electrons away from the rest of the universe and then convert that power into our brainpower; and similarly the transistor is the engineering device that allows modern electronic gadgets to capture and precisely regulate the flow of electrons under various conditions to power the gadget to do amazing things.

    Ultimately whether physical, chemical, biological, or technological, whether electronic or thermodynamic, that is essentially all that there really is to do in order to alter the cosmological path of the universe. Redirect usable energy here. Dump excess entropy there. The rest is just details.

    And mother nature had about a 13 billion year head start on the physicists at MIT!


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