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Things I saw in the news today

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

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    This guy is younger than me and lives in LA. Could the population density of LA caused this? I thinks so. He had this heart attack in NYC while working out. Surprised, because I am not. Population density these days is as bad as any technology’s creation of nnEMF because each person uses on average seven wireless devices. Clothing has blocked AM sunlight for the last 700,000 years (UV AND IR) to the skin and this behavior sends the signal of winter year around. Timing matters; carbs out of season, indoor heating, blue light, nnEMF send the signal of perpetual summer & daytime is a recipe for a mitochondrial disaster for the heart or brain. Our ability to manufacture a comfortable environment is driving neolithic biological chaos and we refuse to see it. The mind can't distinguish comfort/convenience from safety and has created a hell for the body. Bob Harper thought diet and exercise was they key to his success, didn't he???? During his TV show he had to wear clothes during daytime hours and when the SUN was out. He missed out of AM sunlight. When he did get in sun light he could not gain the benefit of the wireless connection to the sun because of his inked skin. Could it that bathing in blue light of TV when your skin is covered in tattoos might have a collateral damage plan for the mitochondrial density found in his heart???? His results seem to point to a serious dilemna for most of the fitness industry doesn't it?
    Here is a small sample of Bob's advice: 'Fill up on fruits and vegetables and don't cut carbs, avoid saturated fats, eat small amounts of fats, carbs help your body burn fat' My advice........don't do any of those things, infant, do the opposite. http://www.eatthis.com/bob-harper-lose-weight-fast
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    lohd2015 Gold

  3. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

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  4. MIT Tech Turns Water Solid When It Should Be Boiling
    • Scientists have discovered that, when inside carbon nanotubes, water can freeze solid even at high temperatures that would normally set it boiling.
    • The discovery illustrates familiar materials, such as water, can drastically change their behavior when trapped inside structures measured in nanometers.
  5. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Yeah, I think I've seen that happen, driving around in a large city...
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    nonchalant Silver

  7. fitness@home

    fitness@home Silver

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    htw New Member

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  9. fitness@home

    fitness@home Silver


    From Change.com: ” In the words of his lawyer “we kicked their ass!” Today Dr Burzynski won the right to continue saving lives. The Texas Medical Board has been forced to stand down at last and give up their witch hunt. A tremendous victory for the great doctor, the patients under his care and the American public! Thanks be to everyone who signed this petition and worked to save this cancer cure for us all.”
  10. Rubicon

    Rubicon Avoiding Equilibrium

    NASA proposes a magnetic shield to protect Mars' atmosphere
    "it is quite possible that an inflatable structure(s) can generate a magnetic dipole field at a level of perhaps 1 or 2 Tesla (or 10,000 to 20,000 Gauss) as an active shield against the solar wind."


    I wonder if Earth could benefit from a magnetic shield...
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    htw New Member

    World's oldest fossils unearthed (UCL)

  13. bacon lover

    bacon lover New Member

  14. Last week, Dr. Henry S. Lodge died at the age of 58.

    So why do I bring this up? Because he was the co-author of this book:


    Summary of the book: "Exercise Six Days a Week. Eat What You Know You Should."

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  15. cinnamon

    cinnamon Gold

    Amazon men in their 80s have the arteries of Americans in their 50s


    some excerpts:

    "...Thomas didn't believe anthropologists who have worked closely with the Tsimane for nearly 20 years when they told him they suspected Indigenous Brazilians had no age-related atherosclerosis, so researchers designed a study to test it out."

    "Nearly nine in 10 Tsimane had no risk of heart disease (596 of 705 people, or 85 per cent), 13 per cent had low risk and three per cent had moderate or high risk, according to the Lancet study.

    Among those 75 or older, nearly two-thirds (31 of 48, or 65 per cent) had almost no risk and eight per cent had moderate or high risk — the lowest recorded levels of coronary artery disease of any population, the researchers said."

    "The average man in the study does 17,000 steps a day and a woman does 16,000, mostly from walking to farm, hunt, fetch water and parent large families, Thomas said."

    I suppose those steps are barefoot and outdoors. ;)
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