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Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by recoen, Nov 3, 2018.

  1. recoen

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    Great video by the electric universe! I am excited to see part two.
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    When I spend more time in the sun and grounded I have less arm and leg hair ( without shaving). Also, my leg and arm hair seems to not grow as long. No change to my head hair, etc.
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    We have noticed lots more hair on my partner's [male] arms.........

    I don't think I am noticing anything different......except smelly armpits - yuck!
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    How do you reverse the polarity of a reversed polarity battery (so back to normal polarity)? Connect it to a high amp source? Anything else? @drezy
  5. drezy

    drezy New Member

    oooooh like a LiPo battery? Or something else?
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    Peggy Whitson holds the American record for number of days in space, 665. @Jack Kruse do you have any information on her health? I see she retired from nasa in 2018. Thanks!
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    Researchers demonstrated that a hard drive can be used as a microphone, allowing attackers to listen in to conversations.

    If you are already nervous about malicious computer attacks, then here’s some unwelcome news: there are many ways in which our technology is vulnerable to attacks based on physics, rather than on software. University of Michigan computer scientist Kevin Fu and his colleagues have found several unsettling ways that sound waves and other sources of interference could be used to commandeer household devices and personal electronics. At the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) conference in Washington, DC, two weeks ago, he reported his latest scary find: your computer hard drive could—without you knowing it—be used to record your voice.

    Sensors are ubiquitous and essential—think of the thermometers in freezers for human eggs, accelerometers in airbags, and voltage monitors in pacemakers. The devices reading these sensors almost universally accept their data without question, but Fu and his colleagues have repeatedly shown that, using carefully crafted electromagnetic and acoustic interference, an attacker can take control of sensor outputs.

    In another test, they showed that music played nearby could be recorded with high enough fidelity that the music recognition app Shazam could successfully identify the song. Malicious software could use this technique to record audio and then secretly upload it to a remote site, thus bugging a room without ever planting a microphone.

    The team proposes defenses against every attack they develop, but Fu is still concerned. He worries most about the security of sensor-dependent systems that make independent decisions, such as temperature controllers in embryo labs, self-driving cars, and even spacecraft. “We just blindly trust these sensors,” he says. The industry needs to take these threats more seriously, and “computer scientists need to spend more time in physics labs.”

    –David Ehrenstein

    David Ehrenstein is the Focus Editor for Physics.

    Read more here: https://physics.aps.org/articles/v12/24
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    People who reverse cancer and other diseases on a plant based diet must eat mostly D- depleted greens and plant fats. Does anyone know of any papers that discuss how the green part of plants deplete D when the chloroplast use it to make methane?
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    Mumps like...


    I wonder what the tipping point will be. Fewer are qualified for military service with each passing day, and those who are serving are becoming more sick with the populace paying the bill. At what point will taxes become so high that people say enough like the revolutionary war? Then will technology go after pharmaceuticals (and vice versa) claiming vaccines, no ALAN (and nnemf) are to blame, etc?
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    Can impedance measurements from a body scan clue you into your mitochondria health? If so, does anyone have any reference ranges?

    @drezy @JanSz
  13. drezy

    drezy New Member

    So far I've only seen models that are good for hydration , fat, and other bulk measurements.

    There do exist mitochondria models like this:

    measuring them through a body, skin, fluids, and cellular membranes might be a challenge. I don't know.
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    "If it ends up being that the gut has an influence on the repair of the brain, maybe our stroke treatments shouldn't just be focused on what we can do for the brain," says Brichacek. "Maybe we need to think about what can we do for the gut."

    Another intriguing change in the gut seemingly brought on by the stroke were notable abnormalities in intestinal tissue. Normally in healthy animal models this tissue appears structured in orderly ways, almost like branches of coral. However, close examination up to four weeks post-stroke revealed the villi, structures that project off the intestinal wall, were scrambled and visibly quite different from the healthy models.

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    That is what I thought. I was wondering if there was a whole body model that I might have missed. I overheard someone arguing that their impedance measurements showed their mitochondria were healthy. I mostly rolled my eyes especially because they used one of those step on a scale, hold handles devices.
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    It may be worth while to revisit Bible stories, using calendar as corrected by Velikovsky.

    Ages-in-Chaos may be appropriate title for that time.

    Ages in Chaos covers largely the period dealt with in Worlds in Collision the eight
    hundred years from the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt to the invasion of Palestine
    by Sennacherib in 687 before the present era, and the additional three and a half
    centuries to Alexander of Macedonia, altogether twelve hundred years of the history
    of the ancient East.

    It is quite conceivable that historians will have even greater psychological
    difficulties in revising their views and in accepting the sequence of
    ancient history as established in Ages in Chaos than the astronomers
    had in accepting the story of cosmic catastrophes in the solar system
    in historical times.

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    They argue the reason is stress...and vaccination as the way to combat the issue.

    The magnitude, frequency and duration of viral shedding all increase with length of spaceflight. studied the effects of six months of spaceflight on a type of white blood cell that kills cancerous cells in the body called natural killer cells. These NK cells also prevent viruses from reactivating. infections that are a problem are the viruses that are already in your body. These are mostly viruses that cause things like shingles, mononucleosis or cold sores; they stay in your body for the rest of your life, and they do reactivate when you're stressed." The effect was even greater in astronauts who went to space for the first time, compared to those who had previously flown missions.

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