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Nearly 4 hour podcast with Laszlo Boros last week

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by Johnny DeMarco, Oct 7, 2018.

  1. WalterNL

    WalterNL New Member

    You should check the topic about Deuterium in foods, there is a lot of info gathered there about the deuterium content of waters and food.
     
  2. Sun Disciple

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

    Why dont we crave pork belly when thirsty? Perhaps the body wants to conserve body fat in case of famine so it sends the urge to seek out water if its available first.
     
  3. Sun Disciple

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

    This assumes the persons ability to make adeqaute matrix water is intact. If not building the redox is the first step no?
     
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  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    correct.
     
  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    In another place dr Boros said that his twin brother died of cancer.
    He have two cancers.

    Dr Boros looks ok to me on that video.
    So his redox must be at least passable.

    Wonder how long he is drinking that 200-250cc/day coffee?
    (Coffee, that is additional xx atoms of D)

    .
    1:35:10
    if you drink, that prevents body’s water production and lowers ADH, ATP engines are not rotating
    you are left without metabolic water (1:35:40)

    Stop drinking that much water. (1:35:19)

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  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Boros spends a lot of time outside of work and in EU.
     
  7. drezy

    drezy Gold

    Yes, very interesting statements.

    To be on the safe side I filled a 64oz vacuum sealed mason jar with braised pork belly chunks I'll be living on this week. I'm reserving the rendered fat for any leafy cruciferous veggies I eat. (FWIW 4 lbs of chunked pork braised belly 3/4 fill a 64oz mason jar.)
     
  8. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    @drezy
    before you get into the pork belly in lean water environment
    please, you have a quick way to locate time
    there is a story there of a donkey and a camel
    For this trip thru a dessert you are advised to take and observe a donkey, and not camel.
    Think brittle. Fails without warning. (same as old nuclear reactor vessels)
    It would save me time if you could locate beginning of that tale.

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  9. drezy

    drezy Gold

    this one?


    A donkey and a camel were walking along together.
    The camel moved with long strides and the donkey
    moved impatiently, stumbling every now and then.
    At last the donkey said to his companion, 'How is it
    that I am always in trouble, falling and grazing my legs,
    in spite of the fact that I look carefully downwards as
    I walk; When you, who never seem to be aware of what
    surround you, with your eyes fixed upon the horizon,
    keep going so fast and yet seemingly at such leisure?'
    The camel answered: 'Your problem is that your
    steps are too short and by the time you have seen something
    it is too late to correct your movements. You look all around
    and do not assess what you see. You think that haste is speed;
    you imagine that by looking you can see; You think that seeing
    near is the same as seeing far.
    You guess that I look at the horizon. In fact, I am
    merely gazing ahead so as to work out what to do when the
    far becomes near. I also remember what has gone before,
    and do not need to look back at it and stumble once again.
    In this way what seems to you baffling or difficult becomes
    clear and easy.'
    Similarly, donkey-minded people are those who
    believe that, they can learn enough to improve themselves by
    short sighted means. This includes not looking towards the
    future or even into it. It includes demanding a certain pace without
    realizing whether it is counter-productive or not......
     
  10. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Nice story, but not the one I am looking for.
    I need the time when dr Boros starts his donkey/camel story.


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  11. drezy

    drezy Gold

    This one?

    Once upon a time in a small village called Kuvuki land, there lived two good friends, Camel and Donkey. They lived happily, helped and cared for each other and also met every night to share stories of their great village.

    When Donkey would fall sick, Camel would care for him by cooking and looking after his garden and also travel far away to look for medicines that would cure him.

    One day, Camel also fell sick. He could not leave his house, cook or even look after his garden. So he suffered with hunger alone in the house, his garden also dying slowly.

    Donkey knew his best friend was sick but did not care to visit him or look for the medicines that would cure him. But luckily after some time, Camel gained some strength and got out of the house.

    Immediately, Camel went to Donkey and asked why he did not visit him when he was sick and Donkey arrogantly replied that he was too busy with his own garden and did not have the time to visit him.

    Camel reminded donkey how he cared for him when he was sick and angrily told him the he is not a good friend. From that day, they have never been friends again.

    Moral of the story, care, love and above all, be there for your friends when they actually need you, because you will lose them and it’s no fun having no friends.
     
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  12. Penny

    Penny New Member

    Well, I read the EMF rx yesterday - again - in reference to ADH - along with the thread on ADH with Aerose and it was an eye opener... I had a can of oysters with lots of salt, then some pumpkin seeds (supposed to be good for the bladder and less trips to the bathroom) then I had a good size piece of salmon - for the DHA and conductivity etc etc etc - I look at DHA now as a battery of stored electron in the brain that has to trickle down to everything else -

    The results were for me amazing - I slept like 6 hours straight - then I slept again - and again - I only got up once at 1:30 then I was great until 5:30 - then I fell back to sleep for another 2 hours - I haven't felt this rested in I don't know how long - zero neuropathy - honestly, I'm going to eat more seafood - like a lot more - this must be how they survive winters in Ireland...

    The blood brain barrier not applying to ADH and oxytocin really connected a bunch of dots for me - I am loaded with flouride and chlorine - so the DHA source of electrons must start at the brain for these hormones to be released properly - I look at it like a vast repository of electrons now - thanks Dr. K:)
     
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  13. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I have found the story.

    55:50
    Camel story
    Book alchemist. Get a horse going to desert.

    @drezy
    I need to borrow your IQ

    This guys are not talking just to pass time.
    There is a message there.
    I am looking for that message.
    The best I can come up with is
    camel=brittle
    horse=flexible
    (that is why (steel) reinforced concrete works), (and old irradiated nuclear reactor vessel may break)

    possible message is---- drink less, but doing that make sure to not drink to close to a breaking point

    how do you read that?
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    What is the minimum flow kidneys must have before they give up?
    @Jack Kruse
    ...
     
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  14. drezy

    drezy Gold

    Be the camel. It doesn't fall to neolithic disease and is age resilient.

    It's like what may be your ultimate goal Jan. Statuesque Nordic twins explaining to the police that they had no idea you were that old and they didn't mean to kill you during a night of way too much fun. Because you were like the camel and your age didn't show.

    We all have a last chapter and there ain't nothing wrong with that end.

     
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  15. shah78

    shah78 Gold

    "be the camel, but ride the horse."(for long rides)
     
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  16. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The question is wrong......it should be how low does the charge have to be before flow is altered in the renal artery. Flow is not predominate. Charge moves things with mass. Think about what Pollack said about light and the EZ in water in nafion tubes.
     
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  17. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Love the song.

    I like Nordic girls (and all other haplotypes), but will have to more careful with twins. Thanks for the warnings.

    Camel dies when he uses up his last drop of fat.

    My ultimate goal is to be healthy enough so I can die on the end of my orgasm.

    I will be much harder to synchronize that with using up last drop of my body fat.

    Well somebody have to try.
    Hopefully @Jack Kruse will give me the required breadcrumbs, to support this project.

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  18. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Thank you.
    Flow is not predominate.
    Charge moves things with mass.

    charge=potential
    move=kinetic

    Looks better than I thought at first.
    With all that fat Boros is eating and drinking he makes lots of water
    and tons of energy as a byproduct.
    That is a lots of charge (before energy is spend).

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    @Jack Kruse
    Boros may as well stay indoor 24/7, preferably inside refrigerator.
    He behaves like a Polar bear.


    (51:00) Polar bears do not have solar energy so they have to generate energy (ATP) from their food, so they have to eat fat sea lions. They produce and recycle their matrix water, also eat snow.

    Once you recycle metabolic water to produce energy, you have to drink some water or some oil. (51:50)
     
  19. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    This assumes you believe ATP is the key........I don't. See the sticky I just posted in the Mitochondrial Rx forum from our silver member.
     
  20. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Forums
    Working The Protocols
    Mitochondrial Rx
    Excellent lectures on Electron Chain Transport

    https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.p...n-electron-chain-transport.22280/#post-252899

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    ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURAL FAILURE #6: THE MITOCHONDRIAL Rx
    HOW DO MITOCHONDRIA REALLY WORK?
    https://jackkruse.com/organizational-structural-failure-6-mitochondrial-rx/
     
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