News Briefs 10-07-2017


Quote of the Day:

Do not just slay your demons. Dissect them and find what they've been feeding on.

'The Man Frozen in Time'


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emlong's picture
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"Unlike the earlier and broader "black swan problem" in philosophy (i.e. the problem of induction), Taleb's "black swan theory" refers only to unexpected events of large magnitude and consequence and their dominant role in history. Such events, considered extreme outliers, collectively play vastly larger roles than regular occurrences.[1]:xxi More technically, in the scientific monograph 'Silent Risk',[2] Taleb mathematically defines the black swan problem as "stemming from the use of degenerate metaprobability".[2]
"But here is where our problem began. The biologic effects from EMF are not from the thermal release of energy. It is from the non thermal effects. Today our current standards for technology are still based upon the thermal standards alone. Schwan set it at 10,000 millivolts. You will soon see why this is the greatest risk to your health you face today."

"We have shown here that the Resonant Recognition Model can be used as universal tool in predicting protein, RNA and DNA electromagnetic resonances in the wide frequency range from THz. GHz, MHz and KHz. Keeping in mind that our earlier predictions with tubulin molecules have been experimentally proved [11], we propose that the RRM could be used as a powerful universal method for predicting the electromagnetic resonances in biological macromolecules that could be used in experimental planning and in conjunction with experiments to minimise time and expenditure in exploring such complex macromolecular systems."
"It is shown that electromagnetic fields affect dynamics of Davydov's solitons which provide charge transport processes in macromolecules during metabolism of the system. There is a resonant frequency of the field at which it can cause the transition of electrons from bound soliton states into delocalised states. Such decay of solitons reduces the effectiveness of charge transport, and, therefore, inhibits redox processes."

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Does she know the Japs are 'bout to steal ya?

The polarized reactions to this new evidence is as interesting as the evidence itself!