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Sandcastles On The Beach

Posted by Luminosity in Luminosity's Blog, 03 October 2015 - - - - - - · 79 views

The arrangement of any public place is now only temporary, like sandcastles on the beach. Some say every generation brings their own reality with them, like a stage set. If so, this one has a beef with permanency. They also seem determined to take away the advantage of experience. At this point I should know where everything is in every store, but I am...


ITI Innovations is coming soon!

Posted by Darkly Origins in Eerie Flickering (Darkly Origins), 26 August 2015 - - - - - - · 342 views
darkly origins, eerie flickering and 7 more...

It has been a long time in the making and founding, but I am ever-nearer, and my life-changing innovation that is (a brain-integration system) is on the way!  My Website is still under construction -- as I'm busy and expressive in detail, my contributions are had, and my time come!  Have you seen the film Chappie? If not, go watch it and com...


A differing line of thought on CRISPR and Chinese gene editing

Posted by YOLF in YOLF's Blog, 31 July 2015 - - - - - - · 456 views
mthfr, evolution, gene editing

So it occurred to me that there is a natural process in all of us that leads to, and in the case of some, like those with MTHFR mutations, leads to even more so, an accelerated evolutionary process, that is the accumulation of successful mutations through thriving in the environment of the womb by benefiting from the repair processes of conception. Does t...


Laser hair removal for anti-aging (loose) hypothesis

Posted by YOLF in YOLF's Reviews of Research Tech, 26 July 2015 - - - - - - · 436 views
hair removal, tria, laser

So I notice an improvement in my skin condition when I shave the body hair that stays in remit until the hair starts popping through the surface again. Shaving makes my face itch less, and the longer the hair grows, the itchier it gets. So I looked into permanent hair removal types that disable the hair follicle and found a home DIY laser called TRIA and...


79.6kg - weight loss is slowing down... but adding weight!

Posted by YOLF in YOLF's Workouts, 09 July 2015 - - - - - - · 563 views
weight loss

So I'm at 175.12 and looking and feeling alot better. It's slowing down b/c I'm down to 4.62 pounds of loss in two weeks, but 2.3/wk is still good. It has alot to do with not keeping my metabolism up, I haven't been eating much as there hasn't been much I'm able to eat with my unique set of restrictions and the way of prepared foods, I've been on a sort o...


Sublingual Phenethylamine/Phenylethylamine (PEA)

Posted by YOLF in Regimen Management, 05 June 2015 - - - - - - · 657 views
pea, phenethylamine and 4 more...

So I've got some PEA and I'm thinking it would be better for me than some of the other things I'm using, namely adderall. Not that I don't think Adderall is without merits, just that I'd like to not sacrifice my catecholamine supersensitivity (I've previously been referring to it as hypersensitivity but reviewing the reading material on amphetamines, I'm...


May 24th

Posted by perception is projection in What does going to any lengths look like?, 23 May 2015 - - - - - - · 527 views

Lost track of the days. I am noticing that keep a journal everyday of my progress of my habits is essential. I participate in other things in life and they can consume my time, leading me off the path. Only waking up days later to realize I am off the path,

Lately getting the morning or night ritual has been hard. Mainly because of sleep patterns and som...


Dodgy Knees

Posted by Danae in Danae's Blog, 13 May 2015 - - - - - - · 681 views
arthritis, cartilage, knee joints and 4 more...

Dodgy Knees Anyone on a trip to the Austrian Alps will notice a large proportion of elderly walkers striding up the mountain, and fewer striding down. Taking the cable car down the mountain after walking up is something older people with dodgy knees go in for, since walking down steep paths can be more painful.
Many people will tell you that knee pain and arthritis i...


Storing your Goji Harvest

Posted by YOLF in YOLF on Horticulture, 07 May 2015 - - - - - - · 480 views
goji, goji raisins, worlfberry

So, as I said in the previous article, these things are easy to grow, indestructible, even for lackadaisical gardeners like me, and they save lots of money while providing benefits similar to those of Goji supplements. But you're going to want to keep eating them in the winder and in the early spring before your plants start producing. So here's what you'...


Intermittent Fasting as time and budget management

Posted by YOLF in YOLF's Intermittent Fasting and Supplement Budget, 06 May 2015 - - - - - - · 580 views
intermittent fasting, budgeting and 1 more...

So as I've been doing this intermittent fasting thing, I've been realizing there are more benefits than just more muscle mass, a smaller waist line, higher energy levels, and better cognitive performance (after a few weeks). In fact, some things are actually getting fatter like my wallet. Supplement budget aside, I can live on $1-3/day with intermittent f...


Going to pick up on my reading list again

Posted by YOLF in YOLF's Book Reviews, 06 May 2015 - - - - - - · 537 views
reading, books, transhumanism and 3 more...

I've been avoiding my reading list for some time, cuz let's face it, I keep spending money on books and I work alot of temp jobs. But as I've been working on some life extension related projects, it became obvious that not reading books that others were following was leaving me at a communications disadvantage or had us not following the same set of instr...


Trying a Keto Diet

Posted by nootrope in nootrope's Blog, 17 April 2015 - - - - - - · 660 views

I am trying on a ketogenic diet for the first time. I'm about a week into it.

My bipolar disorder came back for a bit--it had been about 7 years in remission--and I was hospitalized for a week and a half. There may have been outside factors that pushed me over--and then I think I became a lot worse once I became hospitalized and separated from my CPAP ma...


use gravitational lensing to produce retrocausal quantum linked photons that support uinverse wide simultaneous computation

Posted by treonsverdery in treonsverdery's Blog, 27 February 2015 - - - - - - · 680 views
delayed quantum choice

Gravitational lensing to modify the past to actually produce a new communications media
I perceive that the physicist tipler could have written that using a gravitiational lens that viewing material with phtons at a distance the frorm of the view could function like the retrocausal phtons of the delayed quantum choice eraser described at wikipedia thus a...


Baclofen Helping My Sleep And Mood.

Posted by protoject in protoject's Blog, 31 December 2014 - - - - - - · 930 views

I had some baclofen left over from over a year ago when i purchased and used it.

Before I was using some other meds and supplements which were making my mood fucked up and I thought maybe it was from the baclofen.
Actually, I realized recently I enjoy baclofen (and i have been taking about 60 mg a day total, split up into 2 or 3 doses). Not only does it...


How to get started getting more study time???

Posted by Pro Guy in Blog, 13 December 2014 - - - - - - · 844 views

Exams are so soon - in the end of January, and I still haven't put enough hours into the preparation.

Gotta get started, but the focus seems to be off and I got no clue how to get it back.

Which supplements or nootropics would you recommend?

What have worked for you?


My experience with nootropics so far

Posted by Marmaduke in Marmaduke's Blog, 01 November 2014 - - - - - - · 1,364 views
nootropics, experience and 2 more...

How did it all start?

Well it all started when I had some problems with studying on college. It seemed that everybody around me was getting some results except me. I ended up being depressed, without motivation and tired all the time. My progress was miserable. At some point I decided to search the internet for anything that would help me. Then I stumble...


Early adoption of new marketing technologies yields higher dividends compared to competitors (Part 2)

Posted by carmentaylor in carmentaylor's Blog, 10 October 2014 - - - - - - · 982 views
popular keywords analytics and 2 more...

Louis Gudema has been working in marketing for decades now, and has learned a thing or two when it comes to beating out competition in a competitive market. In his own biography, he describes himself as a “social media early adopter” and was LinkedIn member 58,795 out of what is today a membership of over 300 million people.

What it means to be an “earl...


Different Eyes

Posted by AmyHazy in Developing Story, 25 September 2014 - - - - - - · 3,131 views
visual snow, vision and 6 more...

Different Eyes Ever since I could remember I had visual snow in the dark. I knew this was different, because I ask my friends when I stay the night, they have no clue what I am talking about. I keep it to myself. Visual snow resembles as static, like as an old television turns on, with nothing on the channels. My static has different colors at night.
Then last year h...


Jet Lag Cures – What Works and What Doesn’t

Posted by Daryl in Corpina, 20 September 2014 - - - - - - · 352 views
jet lag, nootropics, modafinil and 2 more...

The first time I really suffered due to jet lag was six years ago. I’d been delighted for the invite to give a talk in Ireland, but I didn’t appreciate how much the 10-hour flight would take out of me physically and mentally. I felt like a bit of a zombie when I arrived in Dublin Airport, and I had to give my presentation the next morning.
I couldn’t slee...


Day 10

Posted by ThatGuy in Blog to Recovery, 20 September 2014 - - - - - - · 1,024 views

Today is day 10 of my soberity. I've found that when I'm off work it is the toughest. I've just created this blog to help and try and keep my mind of things, and to help stay focused and give me something to do.

As long as I don't buy any I think I will be fine.

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