Longevity · Quality of Life · supplements

Elysium and Longevity Supplements – Hard to justify

I am about to do another recipe for the next 4 months.   The last recipe was awesome.  I have felt a difference that is significant in terms of lots of things and my highest HDL reading yet. Unfortunately, it is hard to quantify which supplements are doing what outside the easy to measure effects… Continue reading Elysium and Longevity Supplements – Hard to justify

Cancer · health · Heart Disease · Immune System · Longevity · Quality of Life · supplements

Beginners Guide to Prevention using Supplements, One-a-day, Omega-3s, Aspirin, D3, Garlic and more

People always ask me for recommendations on supplements.  Here is a good starter. Prevention is the goal of these supplements.    If you have a disease see a doctor.  This is about trying to help your body keep itself in optimal condition to prevent your body from getting to the point you actually have one… Continue reading Beginners Guide to Prevention using Supplements, One-a-day, Omega-3s, Aspirin, D3, Garlic and more

Bigdata · Quality of Life · supplements

ProActive Choice – The Prevention alternative to Medicine

I have come to realize that medicine is about the tactical response to disease.  The body undergoes insult daily.   As an example, Cancer. Imagine I am on the beach and the enemy is firing on me.   I am surprised they are there.   I am not prepared.  I need help.   This is… Continue reading ProActive Choice – The Prevention alternative to Medicine

Quality of Life · supplements · Vitamins

The problem with supplements, Nutrition Science, Scott Adams Dilbert is right.

This article by Dilberts author Scott Adams is awesome: Sciences Biggest Fail Basically says that diet and nutrition are complete failures as sciences.  I would STRONGLY AGREE.  It is a fact that time after time what appears to be “scientific backed good sense” advice by nutritionists and others who “say it’s a good idea or… Continue reading The problem with supplements, Nutrition Science, Scott Adams Dilbert is right.

Future · Quality of Life · Space Policy

Continuing Predictions and thoughts of the future Part V Space Travel

Space Travel I am one of the believers in space travel.  I have long believed that we should eventually become more than a one-planet civilization.   For most people this seems like a crazy idea but I look at it as more of an existential thing.   We know we live in this universe and… Continue reading Continuing Predictions and thoughts of the future Part V Space Travel

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Continuing Predictions and thoughts of the future Part IV Physics

Physics Predicting the future does have something to do with physics.  It always has.   Since Newton and the development of the 3 laws of motion we have been able to do more and more in our physical world because of what we have discovered in physics. Quantum Chemistry and Quantum Biology The discovery of… Continue reading Continuing Predictions and thoughts of the future Part IV Physics

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Continuing Predictions and thoughts of the future Part III Computers and AI

Digitization Computers Artificial Intelligence Robots Internet of Things (Stuff) Computers We can divide computers into the 3 fundamental orthogonal aspects of a computer:  Compute, storage and communication. Computation Quantum Computers We are building Quantum computers today. ibm-researchers-close-to-building-a-practical-quantum-computer D-Wave I expect that over the next 10-20 years we will see a revolution in computing related to quantum computers.… Continue reading Continuing Predictions and thoughts of the future Part III Computers and AI