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Ubiquitination 8 is live...............

Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Apr 2, 2015.

  1. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    This blog kind of nails it, the feeling i have been having about a modern society today.

    My country is very open to help refugees, people in deep need. Today i see a growing issue between us who has been here for many generations and the so called new swedes. I have meet a couple of them in many kind of ways, friends, people in need of help, list goes on. What always felt wrong is this...

    Almost everyone is very fat, very thin but always kind of presenting a deep sadness, i always felt that light is their issue.

    When they move here, from countries with tons of sun and dark and cold nights they never get tought to change their unit to match a world where summer is endless and winter is close to death. They take their customs with themselves, their religion, simply all things that should work back home and try to make it work here... Mismatch from hell.

    This is why thinking and many times religion can do damage almost beyond repair. To have laws that is not based upon the very place and situation, always changing makes you take the wrong path. When the mismatch goes haywire, you get extreme ways of thinking and acting, energy down the drain makes you a perfect slave to words.

    I always felt that we save many from wars but gives them hell beacuse we do not allow us to act in harmony with the nature you have. Coming from a country with fruits and greens to Sweden means you must look around and act upon that place, not your thoughts and ideas. With my friends they have taken foods and ideas with themselves to share with us who live here, we get global, we say... We can buy everything from the middle east here today, 24/7, 365 and all day and night.

    Many times i said we must learn from nature and accept that we are different, not just because customs and ideas, we are of different kinds, sure we look pretty much the same but that does not mean we performe the same. It does not matter, my best friend and i must always look into my own reality, change when we feel off.

    To be off, we should not by law become on.
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  2. NeilBB

    NeilBB New Member

    Ever have a laptop with a worn-out battery? What happens? It works, but you need to keep it plugged in all the time, right? To overcome the shitty battery that can't hold much of a charge...

    If you want to carry that laptop away from electricity (think sunlight) for longer periods, that battery needs to store a lot more charge to be functional, doesn't it?

    So living away from the equator means a less steady power source and a greater need for a stronger battery (DHA) to compensate.
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  3. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    Yes, also i do think this way.

    With a constant source of light, you can also eat what that light gives life to. When you move away, like i do, you loose light in the winters and get it 24/7 in the summer, what is the saver? Something that can reverse and light up my unit. Up here, fish live in deep seas, do light travel easy to those creatures? They use every ounce of chance to suck it up, therefor fish contains that ability to add it to their whole living unit.

    Connects all back to my post earlier on... If you think you can use the same solution all over the world you are going to wars with only one winner, not i will it be.
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  4. NeilBB

    NeilBB New Member

    Yep. And that's why equatorial life does relatively better on land than in the oceans, isn't it? Water blocks light. The local solar advantage doesn't really apply underwater, and the water is not cold or oxygenated enough to support a great battery...

    And as you move from the equator, life tends to adapt from direct solar-driven to battery-driven. Which means it needs more water, DHA, and cold. So aquatic life begins to trump land-based until you reach the poles, where it is virtually all aquatic...

    Over evolutionary time, the epigenetic variability to better adapt to such extremes was further selected for in life that was able to thrive in variable conditions. (Factor X) Mammals, especially, seem to have acquired the unique machinery to straddle the boundaries between living like a warm equatorial tree and a cold polar fish at different times. They needed to so that they could survive the seasonal variations which tend to recapitulate the geographic and historical ones. And humans, of course, have the most epigenetic adaptability of all.
  5. prAna303

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  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Humans need nature to thrive. Conflict between them is the norm. Your perspective comes from the conflict that holds you captive. This conflict is not a bed of roses. It is a struggle between your future and the past............this is why Factor X is behind every discussion on this forum and deep idea buried in every blog.
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  8. thomas

    thomas Sun Worshipper

    I am wondering..Can your batterry get overcharged if you do everything? cold, sun, grounded, magnetism, seafood, no nnemf etc..
    Aka how much can we mix equatorial and polar life together?
  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    no because we can uncouple if we do...........That is the key point of UCP.
  10. Inger

    Inger Silver

    you could just give some charge away ;)
    too much need out there
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  11. kovita

    kovita Gold

    i wonder when your ancestry comes to this picture. By this I mean how powerfull player it is or is not. I lived in Middle East first and on Equator for some years and never really felt "I get that place". I have heavily nordic ancestry including nordic mitochondrial ancestry, maybe I would never do so well in Equator despite of all that sun....
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  12. kovita

    kovita Gold

    if only was this workablet his way, that would safe millions ;-) Everyone is responsible for his own battery charge....
  13. Inger

    Inger Silver

    1. I do believe it is workable Kovita..... maybe I am dreaming....... ;) (why do this n.1 appeared in the beginning of this post... oh man cant get it away...lol)
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  14. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    Quote: http://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/take-it-slow.9428/page-20#post-138904

    Yew if you stay in AUS closer to the equator is a smart move. They key is water and DHA and IR and UV from sun........you can re create CT anywhere.​

    I posted this in the Quantum Health Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/872...d=977551078924453&offset=0&total_comments=100)

    Restoring good mitochondrial health is based on a lot more than dietary templates. Circadian biology becomes much more important.

    OPINION: What is the best way for a person to recover good mitochondrial health?

    My answer is to make it as easy as possible to adhere to circadian rhythms, while doing as many measures as possible to improve signalling.

    I am biased to believe that making a move to a location which has as little variation in seasonal light, magnetic, and water cycles is the ideal for recovery and maintenance of good health

    (I am biased because I moved from 37deg south to 16deg south , and now enjoy 11hr days during "winter", and 13hr days during summer, with year-long 220+hrs of bright sunshine a month)

    My reasoning was that reducing this variance in environmental-imposed demands for different signalling mechanisms gives one more margin for error when it comes to your own optimal health strategies.

    At my current location, I can go keto and exercise more, or eat more carbs, or caloric restrict, while doing CT in a cold tub, and still fall within the range of circadian appropriate constraints.​

    That said, I'd probably want to experiment with a Northern Hemisphere (>50deg north) winter one of these days ;)

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  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I think this months webinar and the last 5 blogs are going to make a lot of people smile............
  16. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    Quick summary of quite the epic paper that @Jack Kruse shared somewhere (I think it was on Facebook ;)).

    'Role of E2-Ub-conjugating enzymes during skeletal muscle atrophy' by Cecile Polge, Didier Attaix and Daniel Taillandier -- http://qhwiki.com/study:e2-ub-conjugating-enzymes-skeletal-muscle-atrophy

    The importance of protein shape is stressed very strongly in this paper (discussed in OSF3 to OSF5). Missing amino acids of changes in shape of the backside of E2s don't allow for ubiquination to take place (potential for decreased clean-up activity).

    I still suspect that Nitrogen is relevant in so far that all nitrogen functional groups on amino acdis are polar as hell, and can be manipulated electromagnetically.

    The whole E2 and E3 coupling also just looks to my as a double-confirm feedback mechanism, as if to ask "Are you sure?" before breaking down a protein. This coupling again introduces multiple dependencies for the protein turnover process to occur.

    As the papre points out, almoast all studies today are in-vitro assays that do not even look at the E2-E3 interaction. Forget about any condiseration to protein folding and electromagnetic modification of protein structure, or electric resonance between enzyme active site and substrate.

    It would be great if we could get time-axis analysis of E2-E3 activity and subsequent protein breakdown rates. Then we could expose tissue to nnEMF and have an actual quantitative measure of systemic ubiquination rates and the direct cost to the body. But too bad, we're not there yet o_O, and likely won't be there for awhile. For now, we are stuck making logical speculations like what the authors of the paper do.

  17. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    That is what sex is for.......
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  18. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Yew.........remember this post when you hear the April 2015 webinar.......this webinar is a biggie
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  19. SCRN2007

    SCRN2007 SCRN2007

    I am not the person who posted the above on Facebook, but I am very glad to find this information regarding PTC/IH. I am also glad that I refused a V-P shunt for my IH. I was called "a fearful, alarmist pediatric ICU nurse" for refusing, but consideration of the failure and revision rates (in adults) and visiting various Facebook support groups in which shunted adults were still needing Diamox, and still experiencing the same symptoms for which it was suggested I be shunted, is what made up my mind.

    I recently found a post you wrote in the IPMG group where you told a mom of a girl with PTC to read Pollack's new book and stated, "it is all based upon the charge separation of water adjacent to collagen in the subarachnoid space." Interestingly, my subarachnoid space looks abnormal on MRI, with possible evidence of a past SA cyst. I was also diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Type 3 (i.e., the only Ehlers Danlos type for which a specific collagen gene mutation has not been found, and for which even my conventional geneticist suspects there is an epigenetic etiology). I leak from the nose and ears when my ICP is high, which my geneticist said is the case with a few of her EDS patients who have IH . . . and I found a couple of articles published regarding collagen defects and CSF leaks, which suggest that I am not the only one who might have torn myself a pressure relief valve or two.

    The incidence of IH in EDS is currently being blamed on cranio-cervical instability and faulty drainage by the only NS in the US who gives presentations on EDS; however, is it possible that faulty charge separation of water throughout the body and in the brain is undermining the integrity of collagen somehow, or that faulty collagen is preventing proper charge separation of water throughout the body and in the brain?

    In addition to icing the carotids, is PTC a condition that could be helped by drinking cold RO water instead of cold spring water? I plan to read Pollack's new book, but will probably comprehend it a bit better if I can make some headway (pun intended) with this condition. Right now my cognition is at the mercy of the barometric pressure's stability--no fun.

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  20. Inger

    Inger Silver

    hmmm.... sex makes me feel charged - and very much so o_O
    to me the most effective way to charge myself... what does that mean :rolleyes:

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