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Technology and kids are a bad mix.

Discussion in 'Optimal Kids' started by Jack Kruse, May 9, 2017.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    With technology becoming increasingly ubiquitous, we may see teens getting less sleep than ever because they are ruinign the retina's, SCN, and the leptin receptor. All the key places in the anterior visual semiconductive pathways are under attack by blue light, RF, and microwave radiations. This is a full assault on all aspects of their health. https://www.chronobiology.com/teenagers-need-more-sleep-so-why-are-they-getting-less/
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  2. drezy

    drezy Gold

    This is exactly the reason I'm here. I consider myself a microwaved half-corpse with maybe some hope. I have invested all into one child. That's all my line has got now.
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  3. ScottishEmma

    ScottishEmma Silver

    I put my hands up, up until about two months ago I let my son watch and play on the ipad - it wasn't that much, maybe once a week. Not any more! Absolutely banned. They still watch some TV, which I'm not over the moon about but I swear, sometimes I need a break but they do watch it with blue blockers on and only during daylight hours...

    I've absolutely 'seen the light' about this whole thing now. I always intuitively knew it was bad. I grew up glued to the TV which is probably why I'm so terribly myopic now...

    At least I got them whilst they're still young. My oldest is only 4. I'd feel much worse if I'd let them grow up on devices.
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  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  5. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Every parent must watch. Kids just might be the answer to sell the EMF issue to the public. This video could get 10 million views in my opinion. I'm imagining a "We Are the World" video with 200+ kids asking all parents to stop bombarding them with RF EMFs and implement safe-tech.

  6. ScottishEmma

    ScottishEmma Silver

    WOW! That's heartbreaking!
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Electromagnetic blanket will soon cover the world. 5G technology is coming out now. It is a form of mind control. It is for surveillance and control ... do not believe the advertising about how wonderful it is and how easy it will make your life. DARPA has been working on it. These are very evil people and plans who intend to control people.

    This speaker tells us that Smart technology of all types should be avoided at all cost. White paper says nano technology is to be rolled out in 2025. After that, there will be no need for humanity. In 2025, anything powered by computers, will lose access.
    Pay attention, folks. The powers-that-be are distracting us with talk of war, economy, police aggression, etc. so that we won't look at this bot information and educate ourselves on this super serious subject. "AI will transform human society"

    Stop buying anything "Smart", stop using your credit cards, stop using anything digital, stop using Smart phones, and Smart computers. Stop giving these things to your kids. We have to separate ourselves from this. How do we get back in control? The genie is already out of the bottle. Great damage that the Smart grid can do.

    Very important interview. Absolutely critical to find out who is running this thing --- that's the only way to stop it.
  8. Mystic Rose60

    Mystic Rose60 Let the sun shine on you :))

    Have been listening to Max for many years here Doc, and he is spot on. Glad to see you post this Jack.
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  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  10. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Often times, truthbombs happen through comedy:

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  11. ScottishEmma

    ScottishEmma Silver

    Love Louis!
  12. shiran

    shiran Curious

    One of the biggest challenges of parenting , just thinking that our grandmother didn't have to care about it at all.
    I think that the smallest they are the the easy it is .
    When they start to grow ind get independent
    It's only the Social pressure and education from home that we parents can hold on to
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  13. drezy

    drezy Gold

    Maybe, it depends on many factors. I'm raising a 12 year old boy. As soon as I saw him fixing his hair I knew I had him pinned down.

    I asked him two simple questions:
    1. Do you want to carry baby fat up until and through your 20's or do your want to get lean?
    2. Do you want girls to see you as a nice teddy bear or do you want them to almost irrationally seek your attention?
    My boy is mart, so you can guess his answer easily enough. You are in a position to anticipate your children's priorities and seem like a damned genius for doing so. Over the last month and a half my boy grew near 0.50" and lost 13 lbs. His own momma is almost complaining to me how her doughy boy is getting more ripped and it disturbs her. Tough, because I've got a boy to raise and this house is a man's world:

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  14. ScottishEmma

    ScottishEmma Silver

    *raises hand to irrational behaviour to seek a boy's attention*

    So true. I was talking to my husband last night about my not wanting to buy the kids phones - ever! It's a delicate balance. I kind of remember what it was like to be a teenager and feel as if my parents wanted me to fail socially. Gah![/quote]
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  15. drezy

    drezy Gold


    LOL. Yeah well as a parent I kinda do want him to "fail" in certain social circles and activities if pregnant teens are a social circle and drugging up is an activity then I want total "failure" to be cool in those areas.

    I lucked out. My boy, though always checking his hair, doesn't seem to feel much social pressure and keeps an eye on his future. Near the end of the school year he put dirty jeans on. I pointed it out and he said "Dad, I won't even be around any of these people in 7 years once I hit college." In that moment I knew I could skip the paternity test.
  16. Sheddie

    Sheddie Silver

    I think this mainstream media excerpt, bolding added, is possibly highly relevant to this forum: Kids with screens might be getting brain-trained for exogenous dopamine 'treats?'

    "The Internet and social media have trained my brain to read a paragraph or two, and then start looking around. When I read an online article from the Atlantic or the New Yorker, after a few paragraphs I glance over at the slide bar to judge the article’s length. My mind strays, and I find myself clicking on the sidebars and the underlined links. Soon I’m over at CNN.com reading Donald Trump’s latest tweets and details of the latest terrorist attack, or perhaps checking tomorrow’s weather.

    Worse, I fall prey to the little boxes that tell me, “If you like this article [or book], you’ll also like…” Or I glance at the bottom of the screen and scan the teasers for more engaging tidbits: 30 Amish Facts That’ll Make Your Skin Crawl; Top 10 Celebrity Wardrobe Malfunctions; Walmart Cameras Captured These Hilarious Photos. A dozen or more clicks later I have lost interest in the original article.

    Neuroscientists have an explanation for this phenomenon. When we learn something quick and new, we get a dopamine rush; functional-MRI brain scans show the brain’s pleasure centers lighting up. In a famous experiment, rats keep pressing a lever to get that dopamine rush, choosing it over food or sex. In humans, emails also satisfy that pleasure center, as do Twitter and Instagram and Snapchat."

    From a recent Washington Post article by Philip Yancey [ https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...-threatening-the-soul/?utm_term=.1ea6255fc114 ]
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