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Take It Slow

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by yewwei.tan, Jan 22, 2014.

  1. smart cat

    smart cat New Member

    Yew, I like your blog/notes. I read CT as hormesis and DHA and more. The summaries about Kruse and Pollack were helpful. Miles Mathis not so much. Because that goes way over my head. So I didn't read it.
    Lots of authors, models and theories about all this quantum physics stuff. Sigh.
    Lots of bloggers say Mathis is a total crackpot. I don't know. I am not a physicist or mathematician, so I have no clue who is right about what.
    Even physicists biochemists, MDs don't know everything about their scientific discipline. Let alone laypersons. So it's all a lot of hypothesis, models, speculations.

    Nobody knows "the truth". But your learning activity is interesting. So keep us informed about your experiments and thoughts. :)
    Last edited: Oct 17, 2015
  2. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    No need for complex math to solve Einsteins Equations. No need for tensors either. Mathis covered this using High School math (albeit the discussion is very long):

    - http://milesmathis.com/five.html
    - http://milesmathis.com/field.pdf
    - http://milesmathis.com/field2.pdf
    - http://milesmathis.com/field3.pdf
    - http://milesmathis.com/tensor.html
    - http://milesmathis.com/long.html

    Note however that Einstein's work is still useful -- http://milesmathis.com/uft.html

    Unlike the mystical truths that I have been given ;), which are un-falsifiable, models proposed by Humans come with their assumptions, and can thus be proven wrong if the assumptions are not met.

    All I am saying is that the models of quantum physics which gave us concepts of Spins, Hilbert spaces, Tensors, etc .... have had all their assumptions proven wrong by Mathis.

    Then, we have empirical evidence. Any model which can accurately describe empirical data should be taken seriously, with all it's assumptions stated up from, and rigorously tested against empirical data. Quantum Physics has failed that test (hello Large Hadron Collider :rofl:).

    Mathis' models are very appealing, because not only do they describe empirical data exceedingly well, but also mesh together many concepts from many disciplines (including the Mystical ones :eek:), and has clearly shown me mechanically how to define a Lewis Acid and Base -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_acids_and_bases

    Explaining terms like "electron donor" in terms of movement of real particles of light with real spin suddenly makes Gilbert Ling's work make a lot more sense. I am re-reading some of Ling's primary work now to make connections.

    This also suddenly makes Ray Peat's talk about CO2 make mechanical sense, and the empirical observations fit the model of CO2 being a very important substance (http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/co2.shtml and http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/lactate.shtml)

    And once you see CO2 in terms of charge channeling, suddenly Fructose takes on a different role, and "carbosis" can be explained both Physically and Biologically.
    - http://rawfoodsos.com/2015/10/06/in-defense-of-low-fat-a-call-for-some-evolution-of-thought-part-1/
    - http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com.au/2015/10/protons-and-ultra-low-fat-once-more.html

    Peter explained how the efficacy of extreme high carb could actually be explained in terms of decreased insulin levels and massively increased insulin sensitivity, all using mitochondrial mechanics. I am still thinking about the Physical explanation, but I have an idea where to start.

    This opens up many doors for personal experiment in order to figure out what works best for an individual. Coherence testing of meridians has helped me tremendously in deciphering what is good for me at a particular moment in time, and over a period of months, I will have enough personal data to make better decisions for myself.

    Is Mathis correct? Dunno. Like I said, I need to understand his models better, and then see if I can falsify them.

    Can a layperson deal with all this information? Frankly, I don't concern myself with that. I do things for myself, and occasionally write things on the internet. :ninja:

    Last edited: Oct 18, 2015
  3. Check this out: http://www.functionalps.com/blog/2011/09/12/master-list-ray-peat-phd-interviews/ You should definitely listen to "Origins of Life (2000)", "A Self Ordering World", and "Evolution and Lamarck (2015)" in addition to his video "The Biology of Carbon Dioxide". Tons of info on the biophysical approaches to assessing the (human) organism and how CO2 and carbonic acid plays a role in shaping different life processes, affecting redox reactions, flow of electrons, size and shape of proteins, etc. All things Dr. Kruse has spoken about; Dr. Peat has been at this stuff producing newsletters about it all since the 70's though, lol...
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  4. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    More information is good information ;) Thanks. I've listened to a couple of those lectures, and should get through all of them within 2-3 weeks. We'll see what I think after that.

  5. A friend on facebook (who I believe is friends with you) sent me a document with all of his "Townsend Letters" from the 70's upwards, probably over a hundred or more articles that aren't on his site; also, part of his graduate thesis on William Blake, mysticism, neoplatonicism, etc.

    It's helpful to understand that a lot of his ideas are shaped (1) by Soviet biology, physics, physiology (Pavlov), and literature (Tolstoy and many others) and (2) the predecessors to a lot of individuals Dr. Kruse has written about; for instance, Budenborg De Jong (pre-Ling and A.I Hypothesis), A.I Oparin ("The Origins of Life" book), V. Vernadsky (geophysics, biospherology, the noosphere), Walter Drost-Hansen and Needham et al on water (pre-Ling and Pollack), etc. Some of the works he discusses in interviews or over an email (if you email him) are sometimes not even found on pubmed or similar databases, and if they are, need to be translated. His books go into some good detail. I can maybe send you his book Generative Energy if you'd like.

    He has some interview (maybe "A Self Ordering World", but I'm not sure) where he discusses the history of physics, and describes it in a similar manner to Miles Mathis in his articles were he describes where physics went wrong and how it started to be corrupted; Dr. Peat outlines, quite succinctly in fact, the many various models of E/M, gravity, electron structure, redshift, etc. Interestingly, although many will call him a "reductionist biologist", he taught graduate level physics courses at Oregon University after a short stint of being a historian and tour guide at a National Park, lol.
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  6. CTforlife

    CTforlife New Member

    All that typing, Tesla?
  7. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    In Melbourne until [Sat-21-Nov-2015] :ninja: I was reminded of why I left this city after just 1 day here :zzz:

    Welp, hopefully meeting some friends will make up for the crazy conditions. :rofl:
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  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Nice avatar update. Melbourne is far from the UV bro
  9. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    Had to at least pay a visit to my brother before he gets drafted into the Army ...

    Horrible weather :thumbsdown:. Yesterday was 50F to 62F. 14hr daylight hidden behind clouds .....

    Today not much better.

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    The Man bun is real :thumbsup:

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    Jaime wants to put me in a dress :ninja:

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  10. cantweight

    cantweight Gold

  11. whilst true if you are coming up with a new theory, this does ago against the old stuff in the blogs that reads "if your experimental data does not match your hypothesis, you throw out the hypothesis"
    meaning: if the QED does not explain all, you can keep it for what it does explain, but further work is needed!
  12. i better remind her...
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  13. Been a while since I've read through your journal, Yew. Wow! And the man bun is pretty cool. That's the same 'do I wear for CT in the sun.
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  14. Danny

    Danny New Member

    UV in Cairns is off the charts right now. It's still springtime. Yew, do you ever sun in the midday in summer? If you've already commented on this just ignore the ?. I have a lot of reading to catch up on w/ your journal
  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    There is one place QED and relativity dont meet. Gravity.

    And i have answer for that..................

    Dont make too many assumptions about what you thought you heard.

    Things are about to get interesting in Einstein land on the blog.

    NeilBB has been patiently waiting.
  16. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    Yup. I like the midday 89deg (angle) sunshine. Though I usually get it in smaller bursts of 10-15 mins. Dark skin makes for good UV absorption.

    The hair is real!!! ;)o_O:mmpft:

    Photo on 13-11-2015 at 1.35 pm.jpg


    Also got a DXA scan just for the heck of it -- http://tanyewwei.com/pdf/TAN,YEW-WEI11NOV2015.pdf

    At least my bone density and what not is not bad ;). 13.6% body fat. Visually speaking, body composition is about the same, if not slightly leaner, than the pics I posted here -- https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/take-it-slow.9428/page-48#post-174319

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  17. Danny

    Danny New Member

    Your hair looks great touching your shoulders. You have a long neck like me. Someone just convinced me to cut it off my shoulders and I don't like it so much. I don't want to cut it off though
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  18. That looks pretty good, Yew!

    Nothing wrong with a man bun, either :D
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  19. shah78

    shah78 Gold

    I enjoyed the Lincoln man bun the best.
  20. endless

    endless New Member

    Yep, I'd say you rock the man bun.....
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