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Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 15, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator


    Where you live MATTERS.
    While some of us get a rawer genetic deal at the start of life, environment is a 24/7 factor for EVERYONE.
    It's no shocker researchers found at least 25% of diseases can be tied to the environment.
    That number would SKYROCKET if they looked environmental factors like circadian rhythm, light, radiofrequency radiation, etc.

    When the smart asses at Harvard are waking up to your thesis you know the TIPPING POINT IS CLOSE.

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  2. Jack Kruse

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    If you want to see how algorithm medicine will affect the public the most it will be in zip code versus genetic code cover ups to give nnEMF more reach.

    I had a long discussion with a skeptic last night on a friends FB page about social data and medical data and why it can no longer be held to be factual. The reason I gave was tied to how the data is now being used by corporations to wash it through algorithms. These are decision making mathematical equations that take away human decisions and substitute artificial intelligence into the equation. decision. One of my young members Devin posted this, " If you track what’s going on with the Kardashian’s, or your local sports team, or your daily political cycle and your not tracking AI, specifically the vision fund, you probably aren’t prepared for today’s world, and you definitely aren’t prepared for tomorrow’s.
    Why do you think you’re seeing this post. Algorithms. Why do you think Facebook started the 10-year challenge? Fun, sure. But data for training age progression predictive models. Ever wonders why Uber could be worth 120 billion for their IPO with a barely profitable company? Data. They understand how people move through their environment more than most governments do, certainly local governments.
    5g? about getting trillions of smart sensors connected and covering the planet for big data.
    Where we're at now will look like a horse and buggy to a Telsa 10-15 years from now
    Stay frosty people. Shits about to get real weird."

    MY TAKE: Well, Devin shit has been really weird in government stats and medicine for a long time.......where database ideas never meet reality. what has algorithm use taught me in medicine? Algorithms have the capability to shape individuals’ decisions without them even knowing it, giving those who have control of the algorithms an unfair position of power.
    In my view that is the real goal of their use.

    Companies/Governments seek to maximize profit, not maximize societal good. Worse, they repackage profit-seeking as a societal good. We are nearing the crest of a wave, the trough side of which is new ethics of manipulation, marketing, nearly complete lack of privacy.
    The last presidential election was dominated by these algorithms to try to cook up a result that those in power wanted, but those who voted apparently did not.

    The potential for good is huge, but the potential for misuse and abuse – intentional, and inadvertent – may be greater in my humble opinion.

  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    What are more ideas tied to AI use in algorithms?

    • “What we see already today is that, in practice, stuff like ‘differential pricing’ does not help the consumer; it helps the company that is selling things, etc.”
    • “Individual human beings will be herded around like cattle, with predictably destructive results on rule of law, social justice and economics.”
    • “There is an incentive only to further obfuscate the presence and operations of algorithmic shaping of communications processes.”
    • “Algorithms are … amplifying the negative impacts of data gaps and exclusions.”
    • “Algorithms have the capability to shape individuals’ decisions without them even knowing it, giving those who have control of the algorithms an unfair position of power.”
    • “The fact the internet can, through algorithms, be used to almost read our minds means [that] those who have access to the algorithms and their databases have a vast opportunity to manipulate large population groups.”
    • “The lack of accountability and complete opacity is frightening.”
    • “By utilitarian metrics, algorithmic decision-making has no downside; the fact that it results in perpetual injustices toward the very minority classes it creates will be ignored. The Common Good has become a discredited, obsolete relic of The Past.”
    • “In an economy increasingly dominated by a tiny, very privileged and insulated portion of the population, it will largely reproduce inequality for their benefit. Criticism will be belittled and dismissed because of the veneer of digital ‘logic’ over the process.”
    • “Algorithms are the new gold, and it’s hard to explain why the average ‘good’ is at odds with the individual ‘good.’”
    • “We will interpret the negative individual impact as the necessary collateral damage of ‘progress.’”
    • “This will kill local intelligence, local skills, minority languages, local entrepreneurship because most of the available resources will be drained out by the global competitors.”
    • “Algorithms in the past have been created by a programmer. In the future they will likely be evolved by intelligent/learning machines …. Humans will lose their agency in the world.”
    • “It will only get worse because there’s no ‘crisis’ to respond to, and hence, not only no motivation to change, but every reason to keep it going – especially by the powerful interests involved. We are heading for a nightmare.”
    • “Web 2.0 provides more convenience for citizens who need to get a ride home, but at the same time – and it’s naive to think this is a coincidence – it’s also a monetized, corporatized, disempowering, cannibalizing harbinger of the End Times. (I exaggerate for effect. But not by much.)”
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    What am I implying?

    ZIP CODE essentially = the local electromagnetic fields in your environment that DETERMINE FULLY how light can or cannot operate.


    Animal photosynthesis requires it.

    Could melanin make photosynthesis likely in animals? Photosynthesis in plants is considered the most important chemical reaction in the world because is the first step in the food chain. The first clues of the process were detected by Lavoisier and others during the XVIII century, but the exact nature of the chemical reactions involved remain poorly understood. Moreover, dissociation of the water molecule constitutes the very first reaction of photosynthesis in plants, and was unsuspected, even unthinkable in human beings, until we found it in human retina in the 1990s. The discovery of the amazing capacity of our body to makes the dissociation of the water molecule breaks the paradigm: Plants and human beings have the same very first reaction as the origin of life. The impact in the field of molecular biology is huge; therefore the role of the water and glucose must be redefined, glucose is just a source of biomass, instead water is the real source of energy of the eukaryotic cell, and neuron cell is not an exception. The main source of energy of the CNS is the CSF and therefore the ventricles and subarachnoid space. Blood vessels are merely source of biomass. By the analogy with the process in plants, our discovery was named human photosynthesis. Human being begin to lose the capacity to split the water molecule at 26 years old, ca. 10 % each decade, and after the fifties goes into free fall. Our research along these 23 years thought us that medical modulation of human photosynthesis has extraordinary therapeutic results in CNS´s diseases.
    Melanin is a human chlorophyll; Melanin is to animal kingdom as chlorophyll is to plant kingdom. Both molecules have the amazing capacity to split the water molecule at room temperature. Both of these chemical makes is possible to burn water to liberate electrons. Photosynthesis is the only known process that is capable of actually burning water. But the process in chlorophyll is irreversible and melanin makes the process work in two way. The first is the dissociation and reforming of water molecule with the consequential release of energy.

    The human body has a photosynthesis system composed by Light/ Melanin/ Water, arranged in order of abundance in nature. Melanin is able to absorb the full electromagnetic spectrum, from radio to gamma rays, in contrast, chlorophyll just absorbs blue and red light (400 to 600 nm). This is why plants are surface quantum machines and animals are full thickness solar machines. Secondly, melanin has the intrinsic property to split and reform the water molecule using hydrogen peroxide, and the reaction happens as follows:

    2H2O ↔ 2H2 + O2 + 4e
    Melanin has the astonishing capacity to split the water molecule at room temperature, for instance, in the laboratory, it is necessary to heat up water at 2000°C in order the reach the separation of hydrogen from the oxygen atoms. Melanin is a biogenic amine like dopamine, melatonin, serotonin, and histamine. Moreover, melanin supports the reunification of water molecule giving off liquid water and four high energy electrons. The reaction is not symmetrical in time or optically because, like any other chemical reaction, depends of the photochemistry of the microenvironment

    Human Photosynthesis and the eukaryotic cell breaks the ground of the cellular metabolism, the energy released symmetrically in all directions by melanin is a real source of photonic energy of the eukaryotic cell, and the neuron cell is not an exception. All melanocytes are from neuroectoderm. There is a misconception in photosynthesis that the creation of glucose as is the main source of energy. This bad idea comes from the observation that in plants glucose is the main product of energy absorption photosynthesis. The traditional diagram of photosynthesis must changes as follows:

    6CO2 + 6H2O → C6H12O6 + 6O2 + Energy
    Thus, instead of energy, the word biomass should be used: In this way, light is turned into matter and mass by slowing down as the electromagnetic field changes to suit the form nature requires in the transmutation of energy from one form to another. Electromagnetic fields are the shape shifters and speed controllers of light waves. Mother Nature has optimized how to use them in life forms.

    6CO2 + 6H2O → C6H12O6 + 6O2 + Biomass
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  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Is being a pilot or airline steward or stewardess like having a different person zip code to your colony of mitochondria?

    You decide.

    You read Ubiquitination 1 and what it means to go high up in the air disconnected from Earth into a highly conductive plasma we call the ionosphere under the power of blue light inside a metal tube. What could happen when you go from one 5G city to the next one over and over again inside a metal tube emitting Rf and microwaves illuminated by artificial night at all hours of the day? Is this why the airline industry employees are now getting sick so often? What happens when you do this in a metal tube with 250 obedient idiots using WiFi, while you also incur an acute circadian mismatch flying East to West while the Wifi emitting device is sitting right below your cabin in this particular type of plane as you fly. Could it harm you if you've been doing this chronically for say 30 or so years? https://www.washingtonpost.com/tran...nscheduled-stop-after-crew-member-died-board/
  7. Jack Kruse

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    What do young people do these days from an environmental exposure standpoint? They mix a plant-based diet with tech abuse quite often. What might the results be?
    The external manifestations of the circadian rhythm are obvious – we sleep and wake, maintain or lose our concentration, change our body temperature and use the bathroom on a regular schedule. And the social and evolutionary benefits of this rhythmic behavior are clear. Being synchronized with the planet’s rotation allows diurnal organisms such as humans to make the best use of daylight hours and to constrain cell repairs and memory adjustments to the night-time. This light synchronization creates the illusion of time that our brain uses and helps living things live in groups, with everyone doing the same things at the same time. But one of the earliest and most important benefits of a circadian system was to regulate biochemistry using light as the key stimulus. The temperature of the environment became the second key stimulus.
    Concentrations of metabolic hormones like glucagon and insulin and cortisol vary throughout the day in anticipation of eating. Intrinsic day/night differences in redox state in heart cells affect cardiac excitability via modulation of ion channels and may generate the changes in brain states that allow us to establish memories at night or erase them. Melatonin and cortisol and BDNF coordination control the memory in neurons and likely in water.
    Sometimes the internal clock mechanism is running correctly – physiological changes occur on a 24-hour cycle – but the clock is set to the wrong time of day because of choice we make around light or shift work. The response to the mismatch can cause illness. People adopt unconscious strategies to override the signals that are causing them to feel sleepy or wide awake at the wrong time. They compensate by activating the stress axis. This leads to higher levels of cortisol, lowered melatonin, lowered BDNF, and lowered NO, and increased blood pressure. All of these are powerful physiological changes that can cause damage or worsen circadian disease. Most of these things go back to defects in how PER1/PER2 genes are affected by the epigenetic software program of light and dark. The modern world has destroyed this endogenous controller.
    Light via the central retinal pathways/skin and the ganglion cells that harbor melanopsin control small molecular signals that affect the creation of PER. We now know the very same control arm is in the skin. both places affect the RBC that flows below them to later peroxiredoxins. There are several molecules that likely help/hurt re-set the circadian clock for patients who have lost their eyes through injury or ruined their skin via tattoos or trauma to alter the optical density.
    The paradigm uses drugs to try to do this but we think we can prompt increases the levels of calcium and cAMP in the SCN which would usually result from light stimulation of the photosensitive ganglion cells. Since PBM increases ATP and cAMP it can be used to help people with AD risks. Red light is the dominant form of light in our sun too. Blue light is now the most dominant form of light kids live within. This causes chronic mitochondrial failure in the brain. All of these data points out that AD is LIKELY a photoelectric disease due to a LACK of sunlight and overexposure of nnEMF.
    When will public health people start looking at screen time? https://www.phillyvoice.com/millennials-early-onset-dementia-alzheimers/
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  8. I wish it was a "plant-based" diet. Legumes, grains, seeds are quite different from a broccoli, radish, or watercress. Humans use the light-bonded nutrients from these plants. Can we make enough DHA from these vegetables? -> no. We must rely on cold water sea animals to concentrate enough EPA & DHA to build and support our nerves system. The explosive ROS young people face today forces glucose A1c into hyper-response. Our young people are becoming infertile.
  9. Concentrations of metabolic hormones like glucagon, insulin and cortisol are through the roof. What is hell is normal among young people? The american association of medical standards for normal fasting blood glucose ranges are adjusted so more individuals will go onto a set of prescription medications. The lab coat rules the charts.
  10. It is well known: Period circadian clock (Per) genes Per1 and Per2 have essential roles in circadian oscillation. Circadian oscillation appears with retinoic acid (RA)-induced differentiation. Bioluminescence system has a broad dynamic range, and it is possible to quantitate small differences in protein level with sensitivity. We have found Per1 has a paradoxically longer half-life than Per2. Per1 and Per2 results in rigid circadian oscillation and confines the circadian period to approximately 24 h. Disruption of the circadian clock maybe a cause disorders to the hypothalamus. https://www.nature.com/articles/srep32769
  11. There are two endothelial mechanisms for vasodilation -> eNOS and prostaglandin-endoperoxide synthase (PTGS), which is an enzyme that is responsible for formation of prostandoids, such as prostacyclin from arachidonic acid.
  12. JanSz

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    Make sure that you have sufficient amounts of arachidonic acid (AA).
    It is very easy to suppress AA, by eating more seafood than you should.

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