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Personal Experimentation with oils

October 14, 2014

Reminds me of the various alcoholic experiments, marijuana, and tobacco experiments people once did on themselves. I expect that these ones I am using will have less negative side effects.

Methodical controlled breathing should extract a lot more oxygen from the air into the lower lungs, and thus the blood stream, so the aromatic delivery systems should be heightened via this method.

Experiment 1: Shows good signs of regeneration after one night, the Melaleuca Essential Oil
Melaleuca alternifolia. When reading various novels and fiction, I always thought herb lore was pretty good although the effects seemed magickal and non scientific. Now I get to test the essences from herbs personally, so it’s fun.

I estimate with other medicines, the kind of regeneration I saw in one night would have taken weeks if not months.

HFCS, sugar, diabetics, and human microbiome

October 3, 2014

One commenter wrote something funny on the side of HFCS=natural sugar.

Ymar doesn’t know what he does not know.

BTW, Ymar, scientists in aggregate understand a tremendous amount about the human body. It is regrettable that Ymar has put on his nihilist, know-nothing hat. He is simply unable to comprehend Occam’s micro-lecture.

Occam is blessedly 100% right-again, as always-and always lucid, which I am not.-DC

Here comes a scientist to defend the flock. But such things are not my concern and were never going to propel human progress a single step forward. It’s simply tribal loyalty. Of what worth is that to me?-Ymar

Looks like something they didn’t know was the microbiome.

The thing about real science is that it doesn’t have blinders on like Global Warming cultists do. But there’s a lot of Doctor Class and award specialists like DC there that think they are privileged to better information and thinking than the rest of us. Turns out the opposite is true if anything else.

Chemically, they said processed and artificially made HFCS is the same as natural sugar or the molecular chain sucrose. That there was no difference, essentially, between 50/50 fructuse and sucrose, and pure sucrose. Essentially, natural sugars and fruit juices should have the same effect on the human body’s health as artificial sugars and juices. Yet the human body can tell the difference and doesn’t run on artificial junk as well, just as diesel engines don’t want to run on gasoline and gasoline engines don’t like diesel, although technically it should work for both. It’ll work but it’ll break down in time faster.

As someone that does real scientific experiments, I refused to make wild claims about microbiome being destroyed by HFCS back then. There wasn’t proof yet. Big difference between how doctors and scientists operate these days.

Nor are the new “studies” the new dogma of the land, they’re merely new data. Might not be fully accurate either. The only ones I am certain of are experimental data from experiments I conduct or analyze. I can know those aren’t contaminated to a high degree of accuracy. What the Ruling Class chooses to fund in terms of experiments? Can’t really trust those.


All three sugars – sucrose, glucsose, and fructose – are crystalline solids when pure.-Occam’s Razor

And that is also why a car engine runs the same on premium, diesel, and non leaded plus. Thus there’s no real difference. After all, they’re just the same liquid when pure. More or less, right.

Actually there is a significant difference. The human body is a lot more complicated and is a more accurate reader of reality than the human eye. Or mind. Or a car engine for that matter.

Things are not as simple as they seem on the surface. Not with politics. Not with petrol. Not with bio-chemistry.</b>

What I wrote back then, applies the same, for it is the same basic perspective I view many things.

Immune System fortification in the West

October 3, 2014

Time to do some personal experimentation. It’s almost like martial arts and all that ancient Chinese medicine.

Well, whether it works or not, it should be fun, and it was recommended from some credible sources of mine.

Whether I pay the full system or not, that’s a different issue. Some light experimentation might be in order as an introduction.

This Ebola overview data is pretty accurate, from what I’ve pieced out from various first tier blogs. It’s a lot more accurate than waiting for the government Authorities to tell you what’s going on, at least.

Hard work will never betray you even against Ebola

October 1, 2014

That’s a lot of precautions. Being in full suits does make people careless, because they don it on and off and stop thinking about what they are using it for.

When you have to make your own system, you have to pay a lot more attention, as well as apply more creative and independent thinking. Independent thinking, get it, something the West has a short supply of.

Ebola and zombies

September 27, 2014

I did say that according to script, zombies should be showing up soon after I heard about the Ebola contamination in Africa.

Modern Re-Education and how the internet helps people re-think their education

September 25, 2014 Courtesy of Texan99
I reversed the standard orthodox curriculum, where it was about 90% lecture and 10% work or homework. Out of 60 minutes, lecture was now 6 minutes and work was 52 minutes.

All the homework and problem solving replaced the lecture. Not watching people do it, but actually doing it and figuring it out for themselves. Then the 10% lecture would be interspersed to answer questions and deal with individual issues, while the rest of the class worked at their own pace or particular issues. That’s so the geniuses aren’t told to watch the slow ones take up their time, and the slow or average don’t feel lost because the geniuses already know all the answers (so they are the only ones capable of asking questions).

Then at home, is where they get the rest of the lectures via video, where they just repeat it all the time, like their personal music ipod of speeches and video.

The orthodox method only made sense in that the originator of the methodology, the teacher, couldn’t be accessed most of the time. He had to live his own life, so the only way students could access him was in the class room or lecture hall. To make it more efficient to distribute information, the teacher then got stuck in a mass communication model, where each student was averaged out in favor of dealing with them in total, rather than in particular. Explaining one thing to one student for 30 minutes, when you have 100 students is not going to take up your lunch hour. It’s going to take up more than that.

Martial arts in Japan, for the importation of karate from Okinawa, got into the same degradation of education through mass market appeal. While the Okinawan masters could easily teach a single student or a set of 5 or 10, in 10-20 years, the art itself. Trying to teach 100 students, and 300 students at the end of the month, the same thing in 20 years wasn’t going to work. They got partial knowledge. They either figured it out for themselves or they traveled the world gaining experience so they could develop their own art and self. But the ones that stayed inside the dojo for 10 or 20 years, or branched out in America and Europe to teach, may or may not have gotten any real idea of Okinawan karate to begin with.

The North and South Korean Taekwondo suffered a similar episode of knowledge discontinuation. The ancient and traditional lineage and art got lost or killed by various wars and invasions. WTF and ITF (I think that’s what they called it) became competitors, even though both had to import Japanese karate teachers to teach them the Korean roots. That didn’t work, so TKD borrowed a lot of karate stuff, that was already diluted, and explained it away as being traditional knowledge to save face.

America’s education system right now is inferior to either incidence. Or rather superior in the amount of degradation people can intentionally and unintentionally cause in their generations. It truly is an amazing human artificial feat.

Medieval Broadsword

September 1, 2014

Courtesy of a Sword Buyer’s Guide Online notice.


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