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Things I saw in the news today

Discussion in 'The New Monster Thread' started by Lahelada, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. JMO

    JMO Gold

  2. mmarston

    mmarston New Member

    Interscalular Body
    Researcher Ulrike Granögger has been lecturing for 20 years on perspectives of bringing science and spirituality together. She has worked with Russian Prof. V.P. Kaznacheev and Dr. A.V. Trofimov of the Institute of Anthropoecology in Novosibirsk and was scientific editor of their English publication (titled inReflections on Life and Intelligence) of experiments on the consciousness effects of the “Kozyrev Mirror” and the epigenetic effects of the “hypo-magnetic chamber”.

    Extensive research has been carried out with Hartmut Müller on the interscalar model of the universe that shows a mathematical interconnectedness of all scales of matter-energy, from the cosmological to the biological down to the interactions of subatomic particles. She has lectured in Cairo, Egypt with the group of Dmitri Pablov (Hypercomplex Systems) looking at the nature of pyramidal spaces.

    Check out:
    light @ ~30 min
    fractural computers @ ~40 min
    gravitational wave antenaes @ 45 min
    Last edited: May 20, 2019
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Where do the pieces fit in biology? They all link back to light, water, and magnetism. As surgeons, we've been taught to take our patients apart in the operating room but we have no idea what to do with their pieces. why is that? Might it be our framework and understanding of biology is myopic because it is devoid of quantum biology?
    The reality is the quantum biology tied to mitochondrial biology is the superglue of cells.
    You know, living life in varied environments creates all sorts of fractures, some small and some massive. We all wind up broken in different ways into pieces and parts. The environment is designed to harm us in ways to stimulate change, but it's how we glue those fractures back together that make us stronger. That is the function of what your mitochondrial colony is capable of doing with sunlight.
    Are we the result of biology or God or something more counterintuitive like quantum biology? Are we directed by the movements of electrons and protons and the electromagnetic force in our environment? We all seem to know our heart beats when we listen to it. The beat is biology, but what is the song?
    The song is Nature's quantum mechanical symphony.
    Do you know where your pieces fit? If not you might want to join my tribe of misfits at my website.
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  4. I would like to see this trial with the low usage group only using tech during daylight hours. Less than an hour at night is still a toxic amount.
  5. Katie Durham

    Katie Durham New Member

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  6. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Nice! I'm slathering up with some SPF 1000 right now.

    I chose it based on it's long chemical names that I can't pronounce and it's maximum estrogen mimicking.
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  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Well drezy I am glad to see that you are after maximum estrogens.
    It is nice to provide jobs to doctors who do gynecomasty.
    So many profitable angles to this SPF story.
    Including whole sunscren industry.

    Likely cancer industry too, (but in the twisted way).
    Last edited: May 24, 2019
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  8. drezy

    drezy New Member

    I won't be able to unsee that.
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  9. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    That is sign of bacon deficiency.

  10. drezy

    drezy New Member

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    drezy New Member

  12. Sheddie

    Sheddie Silver

    I hope the research design controlled for the fact mice are nocturnal? Otherwise, IMHO, there's the abysmal problem of From Mice To Men...

    Wonder if they blindfolded the mice?

    "...scientists figured out how to disable the entire circadian system of the mice, then jump-start individual clocks." (Wish I had access to Cell to see how that was done.)

    Circadian clocks: Body parts respond to day and night independently from brain, studies show
    May 30, 2019
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  13. Sean Waters

    Sean Waters New Member

    Always wondered why the US doesn't use much Rail......

    Interesting that Microsoft are getting involved in building Rail between Vancouver, Washington and Portland.

    Massive amounts of RF and packed like Sardines. Looks like a great idea and energy efficient and economical until you see the state of the trains in the morning in Japan and China..... and then you factor in the cost of the tickets... Virgin trains (now in Florida) charge extortionate prices to go about 100 miles. You could fly for cheaper, but it takes too long. Then they are starting to put Tax onto driving into cities... congestion charge and pollution tax,,,

    In the end it is all about Electrifiying humans some more, getting them to their shitty jobs in the city quicker, irradiating them some more, building houses in those outskirts that are now "commutable" to big cities, and then making all of these big companies and their directors mega-rich.

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  14. Just a way to get the worker$laves to the factory faster for to work a longer day. The slaves in the country toil to feed the growing number of slaves in the cities, in an extractive, exploitive circle that destroys our environment and us with it. I know this sounds defeatist, but its not. There are alternatives. N=1 in health and life. Cant blame humanity for my situation. Im going to find a nice place to live a good life well.
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  15. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Live it like you stole it.
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  16. Dani

    Dani New Member

  17. I didn't read it in the news but i sat next to two guys at a cafe today and one had "Chronic adrenal fatigue", whilst the other was a crossfitter that was super buff. The crossfitter was telling the CAF guy how to recover and get fit and muscled etc (they were in the mid to late 20s). Anyway the convo was all diet and intermittent fasting and then came out the HGH and the testosterone supplementation and how this guy 'knew a guy at the gym' and 'it wasnt the most expesive stuff' "but it worked great". At that point i excused myself and interjected and told the pallid CAF guy that he had better get off his devices, not miss a sunrise, eat when the sun was in its UV phase...and most importantly get his tackle in the sun. I also gave him the alexander wunsch photoendocrinology talk and smiled and bid them both a good day.

    I explained that I am turning 49 and that if he started T and HGH at his age he would be on it for life. And to note most of the friends that i know that have supp'd 'T' ended up depressed.

    I can't believe in their 20s these guys are going to screw their hormones panels with that crap.

    To note this was in a cafe at 7 Degrees South of the equator. We have light on our light here.
  18. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    On 6/20/19 the summer solstice Uncle Jack said this:
    Referenced mentioned in the podcast:
    Sun exposure associated with decreased mortality https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26992108
    Red light therapy as a drug equivalent https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3643261/
    Cell phone radiation and cancer (NTP study) https://ntp.niehs.nih.gov/results/areas/cellphones/
    EMF as Risk for Disease https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306987719300040
  19. https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-06/uob-ncn062619.phpNEWS RELEASE 26-JUN-2019
    New contents: Neuronal Parkinson inclusions are different than expected


    "We used correlative light and electron microscopy and other advanced light microscopy methods to take a closer look at the brain of deceased Parkinson's patients and discovered that the Lewy bodies consist mainly of membrane fragments from mitochondria and other organelles, but have in most cases no or only negligible quantities of protein fibrils," says Stahlberg. "The discovery that alpha-synuclein did not present in the form of fibrils was unexpected for us and the entire research field."

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