Bioelectric + Acoustic: Signaling Pathways To Regenerate Limbs & More

Bioelectrical and sonic methods for healing are the future now. And the Chinese meridian system that describes bio-electricity deserves current —pun intended — attention and further development in conjunction with sound or frequency therapies, alongside engineering and chemistry. The above image comes from an amazing project of converting genetic and protein sequences into music calledContinue reading “Bioelectric + Acoustic: Signaling Pathways To Regenerate Limbs & More”

Bio + Philosophy: Human Physiology Is Technology & Voluntary Evolution

The new modern idea of voluntary evolution is available by making deliberate choices. Yet for all my enthusiasm about this new frontier, one area I’m at odds with is the literal fusion of electronics with the human body. I mean, we’re already fusing with our daily interaction and tech habits — Think on the molecularContinue reading “Bio + Philosophy: Human Physiology Is Technology & Voluntary Evolution”

Eco + Tech: Flash Biodegradability Pt. 1 — Concept Adaptation & Development

The concept of Flash Biodegradability is directly inspired by the above achievement of James Tour and team at Rice University, making “flash graphene” out of trash, a carbon byproduct. Flash Biodegradability would ideally leave no tangible byproduct, such as trace elements or light — or create a useful byproduct such as water. Its successful realizationContinue reading “Eco + Tech: Flash Biodegradability Pt. 1 — Concept Adaptation & Development”

RE-POST: Achieving higher performance with potassium ion battery by Tsinghua University Press

https://phys.org/news/2022-04-higher-potassium-ion-battery.amp Remember the banana art ? Hearing a lot about lithium still, but what about the potassium ion battery?— research by Tsinghua University, among others like Korea University “…life on the planet is somehow based on biological potassium-ion batteries. K+ is the key charge carrier in plants. Circulation of K+ ions facilitates the energy storageContinue reading “RE-POST: Achieving higher performance with potassium ion battery by Tsinghua University Press”

Adulting 202: The Most Important Quality In A Mentor

The most important quality in a mentor, leader or coach is supportive belief. That person is able to tell you that whatever it is you seek to do, you can do it. An even better coach guides as to how. They won’t waste time telling you why you can’t do something. The former is maturityContinue reading “Adulting 202: The Most Important Quality In A Mentor”

Tech + Materials: The Buzz On Graphene

Graphene is inorganic/human-assembled crystalline carbon, laid out flat in 2D sheet, with a hexagonal lattice configuration. This is copying nature: Bees use hexagonal packing for their honeycombs to maximize space. Carbon has many forms and uses since it’s one fundamental constituent of our material reality. Like other elements, it’s a type of atom, with aContinue reading “Tech + Materials: The Buzz On Graphene”

Self Care 202: Lifestyle Optimization For Performance

Removing or altering non-productive stressors can improve quality of life and propel one towards goals. So can adding optimizers or optimization factors. The larger situation could even be visualized as above like a strategy cloud of contributing factors. Here’s an artificial stressor that could be removed: Too much social media scrolling or other passive media.Continue reading “Self Care 202: Lifestyle Optimization For Performance”

Tech + Physics: The Quantum Internet

First of all, what is a quantum internet or network? In contrast to classical computing, a quantum network uses quantum particle behaviors like superposition and teleportation to communicate large amounts of data faster than the speed of light between locations, with less hardware. Quantum networks will have the most immediate effect on any sector requiringContinue reading “Tech + Physics: The Quantum Internet”

Bio + Evolution: Cancer As Mutation To Immortal Cells

Inspired by “Transfigurations,” an Star Trek: The Next Generation episode written by René Echevarria that deals with controversial humanoid evolution. Specifically, one man from a species who mutates to be completely self healing, as well as able to heal others. His species wants to hunt him down and eliminate him rather than open up toContinue reading “Bio + Evolution: Cancer As Mutation To Immortal Cells”

Bio + Philosophy: Debugging The Death Program By Increasing Intracellular Intelligence & Mitochondrial Performance

“Death is optional.” — Yuval Noah Harari The key to immortality is evolving beyond death. That means first treating it as a possible and optional outcome, instead of an inevitability. This could be a powerful step that causes physiological, intellectual and emotional change, like meditation alters brain chemistry. The mere fact that this concept isContinue reading “Bio + Philosophy: Debugging The Death Program By Increasing Intracellular Intelligence & Mitochondrial Performance”

Sound + Genetics: Activating & Limiting Genetic Expression Using The Harmonic Series

Bodies are affected on multiple levels by the forces of nature, and one of those forces is sound. Sound waves are considered mechanical because they require a medium like air or water through which to travel. Sounds results from vibration in matter. When you speak, that’s moving air through the vocal cords. The decision toContinue reading “Sound + Genetics: Activating & Limiting Genetic Expression Using The Harmonic Series”

Maximizing Human Regenerative Processes — Full Article, Parts 1-4

Part 1. Sun Up, Sun Down The earliest known forms of timekeeping, which is an expression of long term thinking, were found in the Semliki Valley of the modern day Congo, as a “hash-marked” bone dated 18000 BC,¹ and from later in 8000 BC, moon-shaped pits dug in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.²  More elaborate forms of timekeepingContinue reading “Maximizing Human Regenerative Processes — Full Article, Parts 1-4”

Olympic Lifting: How Do I Squat? Let Me Count The Ways

It’s been well established that the Barbell Back Squat is one of the best exercises for developing full body strength. However, when it comes to the world of Olympic Weightlifting, one has to be able to perform all the squats, and impeccably — particularly the Front Squat and the Overhead Squat. Neither the Clean &Continue reading “Olympic Lifting: How Do I Squat? Let Me Count The Ways”

Olympic Lifting & Beyond: Preventing Plantar Fasciitis

Like any other part of the body, the feet are multilayer and complex, functioning as systems inside systems; not in isolation — They’re comprised of bones, nerves, muscles and blood vessels. Holding and transporting the weight of the body and then some, feet are especially significant and biomechanically complex, with 26 bones and 33 joints.Continue reading “Olympic Lifting & Beyond: Preventing Plantar Fasciitis”