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

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Atherosclerosis and the Tensegrity 7 blog.


    [QU OTE="Jack Kruse, post: 172250, member: 1031"]
    Life's grand illusion is believing what you were taught is bulletproof.
    Growing up is losing this illusion, in order to acquire a new one. You're always free to change your mind and choose a different future, or a different past. Choose wisely before you decide was your old idea correct or is a new idea fundamental to how life might operate?[/QUOTE]


    [QU OTE="Jack Kruse, post: 172252, member: 1031"]Response and control mechanisms are linked normally in wellness, but not always coupled properly in nature. When the coupling is missing disease usually ensues. I have a sense this is what happens in atherosclerosis. Messages from nature to our cells must be delivered optimally using light and tissue interactions. This is why our genome is designed to respond to environmental signals, not control them. In nature atoms are coupled to light to control responses. To believe in omnipontent power of genes supports lazy comfort and ignorance in people. When the message from outside in is jumbled, inflammation and poor redox results and diseases manifest. The environment's message is given, and it's never designed to be the same in this framework. Just as person will never give a message that everybody will agree with. So the receiver has to be able to decipher the code. I know that even my most faithful readers will never agree 100% with what I say. Nor should they because their environmental canvas is not the same as my own. The easiest way to control people to be passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum. I have a sense this is why (have Jack meant to say HOW ???) nature controls the light spectrum in us to maintain order of our proteins in a narrow signaling range. When you live in a microwaved blue lit world sulfation of the skin, eye, gut, and cholesterol are altered causing many problems.[/QUOTE]
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    JanSz Gold


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  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    If there is a picture of a black hole (see picture in previous post)
    does that mean that there is a black hole?


    time 9:05 only one black hole is allowed
    Time 5:10
    black holes are mathematical mistake of dividing over zero

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  6. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Śmigus-dyngus (Polish pronunciation: [ˈɕmigus ˈdɨŋɡus] ; also lany poniedziałek, meaning "Wet Monday" in Polish ;
    Śmigus-Dyngus Day is a Polish tradition observed on Easter Monday or Wet Easter Monday ( Lany Poniedzialek) when boys douse girls with water

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    There's almost no metaphorical subtlety there at all!
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    Anne V Silver

    I think i never saw an avocado tree in Edinburgh
  10. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Non at all.
    Everybody is able to see clearly which one will get her Sacred Yoni properly attended too.

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    JanSz Gold


    where did earth come from

    Greg Jay
    Published on Apr 17, 2018



    any comments on the slide below??


    Cj Ransom: Surprising Solar System | EU2015

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    In the theoretical sciences, it is commonly assumed that the role of gravity is settled. But as Richard Feynman observed, “There is no model of the theory of . Wallace Thornhill joins us on this night, and we discuss many facets of the Electric Universe Theory. Why it should be preferred over the current mainstream . On February 11, 2016, a team of scientists announced the discovery of gravitational waves, or so-called ripples in space/time. Science media have proclaimed . Every horrifyingly embarrassing event that has happened in the last year of our friendship relived for your pleasure. This was a terrible idea. And check out our .
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    Ostatni Sekret Poliglotów - prosty TRIK do nauki języka, o którym NIKT nie mówi...

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    JanSz Gold

  15. recoen

    recoen Gold

    @JanSz sorry for not replying sooner (re: where the earth came from) we are in Maui :).

    I have been reading Dr. Gustave Le Bon’s “Evolution of Matter” (1906). He basically argues everything radiates (there is way more to it though... and not only classically radioactive things but things we do not consider to be radioactive will, given enough time or under light, etc...). We know he is right (re: the bodies field, etc). Anyways, one of his many arguments is the earth used to be like the sun and has emitted “emanations” and other things to arrive at its current state. This could account for changes in our light/ emf environment over time, gravity, and pressure.

    I have also been reading steinmetz and Thomson’s works and am realizing most of what I was taught was incomplete and many times incorrect. I think we need to return to the early 1900s and before work, and resume from there. I am becoming more convinced that the earth and everything else comes from perturbations in the ether. Kind of a crazy full circle for me because I attended the institution where Michelson did his speed of light experiments, “proving” that there is no ether.

    Also, if you read Thomson, Le Bon’s, and specifically Roger Boscovich you realize Einstein really never had an original thought... most of what he says is in Boscovich’s, “A Theory of Natural Philosophy” (1763). I would argue, with increasing conviction, both are wrong (re: because of the ether).

    Obviously most do not have original thoughts as they are dictated by their history and we cycle. I am amazed by what was known pre 1900s... flies right in the face of my professors.
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    JanSz Gold

    Add to that that universe is not really really that big
    it is not expanding.

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    Photons are special in wound healing. Photons come from the family of bosons and they are the force carrier of the electromagnetic force. So light can increase informational transfer if it can increase its own orbital angular moment in ways protons and electrons cannot. How do we increase the orbital momentum of photons in sunlight captured in a healing tissue? We can turn visible light frequencies into laser light using deuterium atoms in our blood. This is why it has the highest concentration in our body at 150ppm. How does it happen in life?

    so many ways photon orbits



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    (Peroxisome proliferator)
    (Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor)(PPARA)(PPAR)
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