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  1. A few years ago, I posted a new thread on this topic ... but I'll be damned if I can find it as this Forum's internal SE is challenged and is closed off to externals (Google, Yahoo, etc). Alas a new thread ... because of late-breaking news .... https://www.ktvu.com/news/new-uc-berkeley-study-draws-strong-link-between-cell-phone-use-and-cancer
  2. By "common illness", I mean common cold or "average" flu. Most seriously-committed and/or long-time practitioners of CR have reported suffering from fewer colds/flu. And when the rare bug does bite, the symptoms are mild. I, personally can count on one hand the number of disabling common-illness events I've experienced since starting CR in late 1999 (four events, TTBOMK). By disabling, I mean requiring committed bed rest and a few days away from common routine. I just took a few days rest from a mild flu. Symptoms were mid-grade fever, body aches, mild nausea, loss of appetite, loss of energy, and diarrhea. It lasted 3 days with symptoms waxing and waning. Loss of appetite was of concern because I'm pretty hard-cored. I used Tylenol to reduce fever. On the main list, there have been discussions about common illness potentially being amplified because a CR'd indiv. does not have enough reserves to fight the infection. Also, the question of increasing calorie intake during illness has been raised. Other questions and issues: Does one require extra calories during common illness? An active fever is analogous to thermogenesis. But what if one can control fever via meds? If one has diarrhea, is one losing calories because the food is being improperly digested? Personally, the psychological aspect changing my diet to accommodate illness, is what I find most challenging. Long-time, hard-core CR takes years of discipline. Even adding a few cups of applesauce can be challenging ;-) ============================= BTW, you may be curious to know about other mild (i.e., not disabling) illnesses I've experienced while on CR : Once or twice/year, I'll come down with a very mild under-the-weather cold or other infection. Mild fever, runny nose or irritated throat. While mild -- symptoms last 24 hrs -- the symptoms may "flare up" at a reduced level several days later ...and further reduce in a crazy "harmonic" pattern as analogized here:
  3. First ... a huge shout out to Alex Jones for inspiring my last topical thread in "General ...'" sub-forum .. the one on Vaccine injury ... Staying on the fringes of quackery and pseudoscience -- or science fiction, if you prefer -- lets kick off this lesson with a video: https://www.bitchute.com/video/POmLgxSe7YVZ/ The video channel is owned by the same Thomas Cowan as noted here: https://calmatters.org/health/2021/02/conspiracy-theory-doctor-surrenders-medical-license/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Cowan_(alternative_medicine_practitioner)
  4. It's a heated issue ... but because of the LONG-TERM effects of vaccine use or non-use, their impact on mortality, health and LONGEVITY, the topic is worthy of a dedicated, topical thread, in a "life-extension" community 😉 In future posts --- time and participation permitted!! -- I hope to explore issues such as: acute vaccines (such as developed for new or novel diseases) MRNA "vaccines" (such as some rapidly developed for COVID) schedule vaccines (childhood; as needed for entry into schools) travel vaccines vaccine injury (legal; fine print and FDA-mandated warning labels) "anti-vaxxing" (orgs, books, documentaries) vaccines vs. therapies/treatment etc. Let's kick things off with a hot topic ... Mass Vaccination in a Pandemic - Benefits versus Risks: Interview with Geert Vanden Bossche
  5. This guy USED to look young and healthy ... but in some of his latest vidz ... he looks plasticy AF. Several comments below these video suggest botox or plastic surgeries ... that he's gotta look the part he's tryin' to sell. Dunno? Maybe da molecules ain't workin'? Or the synergistic effects of all the LE molecules he's snarfin' down are doin' the opposite of LE????
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    Fasting for CR Benefits?

    BTW: We -- the orig List CR gang -- have been thru the fasting issue BEFORE, decades ago, on the CR List ... methinks merecall Michael Rae having disputed much of fasting .... anyone have access to the legacy posts? I think someone with better knowledge on this issue should pursue it relentlessly ... as it has the potential to do much harm .... CR folks giving up on CR ... authors selling yet another Fasting 4 health book, etc. etc.
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    Fasting for CR Benefits?

    'What's wrong with this picture?" From P12 of Nature Metab. article: Fig. 7 | Fasting plays a critical role in the response to a CR diet. Summary figure highlighting that prolonged fasting is necessary and sufficient for many of the effects of CR. Look at the cartoon and read captions carefully.
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    Fasting for CR Benefits?

    Somethin' ain't addin' up. And it may very well be due to researchers "manipulating" the data to fit their purported fasting claims. But back to the WEIGHTs ... What about activity of the TR.al animals? We've heard reports of overuse of exercise wheels (etc) of CR animals. Some of human CRONies have personally experienced the same effect, esp. on heavy CR. In the wild, mice spend most of their waking hours movin' around, foragn' for grub, or building nests. But if the grub is always avail., and they are in a small cage, then less activity ... or: the urge for activity is still there so all the time food wasn't avail. .. it's wheelin' time. Although this would be huge PITA experiment ... what researchers need to do is admin. a CR diet (graduated portions) ... several times over animals' normal waking hours. I.e. a pure UN-FASTED CR regimen.
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    Vaccine risks, injury and related topics

    “No Discernible Relationship” between Vaccines and Cases Increases in COVID-19 are unrelated to levels of vaccination across 68 countries and 2947 counties in the United States https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8481107/ Eur J Epidemiol. 2021 Sep 30 : 1–4. doi: 10.1007/s10654-021-00808-7 [Epub ahead of print]
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    Vaccine risks, injury and related topics

    So it is everyone's task --watching this video, reading this post, etc -- to provide an alternate explanation to one presented in the video below. Including conspiracy, and/or deliberate data manipulation ... and to flag the video on YouTube for take down ...
  11. This "news" has been circulating on the usual LE forums since the Conboy paper was pub'd Dec. 2020 ... https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11357-020-00297-8
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    David Sinclair -- using botox?

    Agreed. I think he's gonna be on Rogan again (his 3rd appearance ???) ... we'll see what Joe's lighting does for his complexion 😉 soon
  13. Commented on this topic years ago ... I think in a post regarding outdoor exercising and biking in urban areas. I've been using Respro pollution masks for over 12 years, mostly for biking certain routes. Made a big difference years ago when local LA air was still polluted in spots [autos/regulations have gotten cleaner since]. The mask does restrict breathing for heavier workouts -- not recommended. The Respro mask has a filter that is purpose-built for air pollution -- so it is different from N95 or medical masks. Also, the pollution mask has a check valve so you vent lung air out unfiltered, unimpeded. I don't like wearing masks -- esp. b/c of the restricted breathing issue ... gasping for air on, say, uphill grades is not fun. So ... best to avoid polluted areas ... say, use back streets and limit to times when auto traffic runs light.
  14. ... the "axe" being senolytics ... The Sheekey Science Show YT channel posted this video a little over a year ago ...
  15. "Your Body's Many Cries For Water" by Dr. Batmanghelidj, M.D. .. that was a "best selling" book on the topic or water and human health. The late Dr. Batmanghelidj summarized some main points here in 2004: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fereydoon_Batmanghelidj https://quackwatch.org/11ind/batman/
  16. STRUCTURED water (aka Hexagonal water) ... some published research: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33640985/ Review J Anim Sci . 2021 May 1;99(5):skab063. doi: 10.1093/jas/skab063. Structured water: effects on animals
  17. The official article author is: "By SRF staff", not MR ... unlike: https://www.sens.org/parabiosis-the-dilution-solution/ ... or, more generally, these: https://www.sens.org/author/michael-rae/
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    Vaccine risks, injury and related topics

    The issue with the Lancet study is the PCR cycle rate used: >31. So, amplifying noise ... like PCR tests, at similar over-counting rates, in conventional COVID swab tests. BOTTOM LINE: Many die from COVID rather than with COVID depending on the PCR cycle criteria.
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    Vaccine risks, injury and related topics

    The Lancet study -- in my last post -- is mostly nonsense. The pop-quiz/homework assignment is to figure out why it's nonsense.
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    Vaccine risks, injury and related topics

    This info cannot be found via Google search engine ... used DuckDuckGo ... https://dailyexpose.co.uk/2021/08/24/oxford-university-study-finds-fully-vaccinated-healthcare-workers-carry-251-times-viral-load-compared-to-the-unvaccinated/ Preprints with The Lancet is part of SSRN´s First Look, a place where journals identify content of interest prior to publication. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3897733
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    Video vs. print/paper

    "What Anti Aging Supplements Should I Take? My Top 5" "5 most promising anti-aging compounds (for 2021)"
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    Video vs. print/paper

    There are cases to made for both sides. And one can surely add other media forms to the mix (audio, podcasts, etc). Let's cut right to the chase with a fun example:
  23. Data Confirms Natural Immunity is Best https://odysee.com/@Chris_Martenson:2/EP023:2
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