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Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Eddie Garza, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. JanSz

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  4. Cheryl.

    Cheryl. Grasshopper

    Our hearts are with you, beloved Mexico.
     
  5. JanSz

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    Wonder if any of our members were in that bar?
     
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  7. JanSz

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    Jak mówić, żeby nas słuchano? - Prof. Jerzy Bralczyk
    @drezy
     
  8. drezy

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    uhoh I'm not that good with Polish.
     
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  9. JanSz

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    Physicists from Trinity College Dublin's School of Physics and the CRANN Institute, Trinity College, have discovered a new form of light, which will impact our understanding of the fundamental nature of light.
    https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.p...ction-to-grounding-effects.18433/#post-260085
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    https://phys.org/news/2016-05-physicists.html#jCp
    One of the measurable characteristics of a beam of light is known as angular momentum. Until now, it was thought that in all forms of light the angular momentum would be a multiple of Planck's constant (the physical constant that sets the scale of quantum effects).

    Now, recent PhD graduate Kyle Ballantine and Professor Paul Eastham, both from Trinity College Dublin's School of Physics, along with Professor John Donegan from CRANN, have demonstrated a new form of light where the angular momentum of each photon (a particle of visible light) takes only half of this value. This difference, though small, is profound. These results were recently published in the online journal Science Advances.


    Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-05-physicists.html#jCp
     
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  10. JanSz

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    https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.p...d-to-rbcs-circadian-clocks.22813/#post-259577

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    [ QUOTE="Jack Kruse, post: 259577, member: 1031"]Ketogenic templates affect both SVCT1 and SVCT via the oxalate switch to control ascorbate levels to control catecholamines and neurotransmitter health. This is why humans lost the enzyme to make Vitamin C endogenously because they are not designed to eat like a herbivore as they migrated out of Africa to more stressful climates. It also explains why animals with L haplotypes had to adapt to even higher ketogenic diets to make heat to survive cold.

    When you get cold you become ketogenic by design and you are burning your own fat to make C02 and mitochondrial water and ENDOGENOUS plasma vitamin C from oxalates. Eating vitamin C does not happen in cold climates because it does not grow in the photosynthetic web of life. It is (vitamin C) present in many kinds of seafood. People forget we left our African crib by WATERWAYS. This is why we lost our ability to make Vitamin C.
    If we live on our own fat as we go we have no need for exogenous Vitamin C. corollary is if our life becomes more then cold stressed we will deplete out endogenous mechanism and as a result, our cortisol and melatonin levels drop like rocks. Today we've built a world that drains our endogenous abilities because we have more light stress. Cold stress and seasonal light stress is all nature gave us to work with as we left Africa. That is why haplotypes and SNP's and SAP's varies in humans over 200K years.

    All the pieces fit when you see them working in unison in your species.
    This is why 24/7 ketosis is not needed too in many cases.

    It is if you live in a blue-lit nnEMF city.
    If one does this before the advent of blue light or nnEMF oxalate kidney stones were more likely. Today's world makes getting oxalate stones less likely because we are using oxalates as our storehouse for Vitamin C to fix the deficits of the PVN and adrenal stressors we've built.

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    Few do. Welcome to the submolecular world of the Black swan circa 2019.[/QUOTE]
     
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  11. Jack Kruse

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    I just did my first podcast in Poland this weekend. A nice guy named Mateusz Ostręga.

    No idea when it goes live.
     
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    Can your bladder work well if vasopressin is messed up? Is this why many people with melanopsin dysfunction pee all day and night?

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  13. JanSz

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    [ QUOTE="Jack Kruse, post: 260266, member: 1031"]Can your bladder work well if vasopressin is messed up? Is this why many people with melanopsin dysfunction pee all day and night?

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  14. JanSz

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    @Jack Kruse
    Please estimate daily urine output of dr Boros
    who eats lots of fats
    is drinking 0.25 L water daily
    and have rather high vasopressin.

     
  15. drezy

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    That is a very unique question you've got there!

    I used to be pretty good at guessing at that "How many gumballs are in a candy jar" contest but this is well beyond my abilities.
     
  16. JanSz

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    A Man's Got to Know His Limitations
    The question is to The Man.

     
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  19. drezy

    drezy Gold

    This is little bro-ish and I'll remove it from your default notes thread but I think you might like this one @JanSz :
     
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  20. JanSz

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    Thank you @drezy
    I like it.
    Pls do not remove it.
     

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