Friday, June 30, 2017

Whey Protein Health Benefits

https://www.google.com/amp/fitness.mercola.com/sites/fitness/archive/2016/06/10/amp/benefits-of-whey-protein.aspx

Wyoming university. 7000 foot elevation

Cheap!
> Less than half the price as here

> Less rain too.
> Semi arid nearly desert.

> High and dry cool summers
> Low allergies.
> No smog.
> No heat.
> No negroes.
> No legalized pot.
> No incessant depressing rainfall and fog.

> Near Denver Boulder Ft Collins universities.

> Apartments.com

> http://www.apartments.com/campus-habitat-laramie-laramie-wy/h8p7x30

smart people use dumb phones and avoid electronics

I am trying to go back to dumb phone.
I tried a Smartphone for over a year, unlimited phone, text. data.
Not very useful but ok for some tasks.

Further smart phones are bad for health.
How to shut down the phone circuits?
Just use wifi circuits?
Seems not possible.

Especially crazy since I make / get less than 1 call per month!
I do use a few apps so get data plan but use only a few GB instead of unlimited.
I hate texts but seems to be no way to shut them off on most phones.
I want phone and texts to shut off when not in use - that is most of the time!
Just use data plan 2 gb per month.

tentative FACTS:
1. Phones are Bad for health. Phones have to power way out to a cell tower.
2. Wifi is safer, lower power does not go far.
3. bluetooth safer yet, weak signal, does not go far at all.

thinking about trifurcating.

1. Use wifi device mostly as I have lots of free wifi everywhere.
Probably a new ipod touch which is a lightweight iphone without the phone circuits.
can get inbound phone calls to the dumb phone via google voice, and make outbound phone calls.

2. Get rid of smartphone.
Carry tough small light dumb phone for emergency.
and occasional outbound phone calls.
Leave phone turned off 99% of time - when not in use.
I did that for years, worked fine.
I still have a dumb phone turned off most of the time Tmobile.
Occasionally I dial into the voice mail to see if there is any messages -rare.
set it up with google hangouts that I have disabled on my disconnected smart phone.

3. get a real AM FM SW weather radio for occasional news, storm warnings, etc.

4. get Sennheiser quality bluetooth over the ear noise cancelling headphones.
Use that for the ipod and maybe the AM FM SW radio.
Also can get inbound phone calls in quality over google hangouts, and make outbound phone calls, via wifi.
I think it can use a microphone too for quality vocal outputs.
Dont want to get device near my head to hear or speak into it.
Use headset to do that, safer.

Virgin mobile has incredible deal on iphone LE unlimited plans!
but I don't need it and don't want to risk health problems from phones.
I used Virgin mobile before and liked it,
an interesting company to have good relations with,
including an airline in case SHTF get out of USA!

Mostly keep electronics turned off and out of the house, safe sleeping area.
For computers use big iMac with hard wire high speed connection over at the university.

Thinking of moving to less dense populated area.
I am in large crowds almost all day, blasted by wifi, cell phones, bluetooth, germs, noise, traffic,…
Hawaii beach sounds great.
Or high dry Wyoming zero tax red state for red people.
Throw away everything get ready for SHTF or prevent SHTF in a better homeland.

https://en-us.sennheiser.com/wireless-headphones-bluetooth-noise-cancelling-hd-4-50-btnc

The HD 4.30 features a 3-button smart remote conveniently located on the cable,

which allows you to control music and take calls with ease,

and the sturdy folding design makes these headphones durable and compact enough to be taken anywhere.

The HD 4.30 comes rather comprehensively equipped:

You get a single-sided tangle-free cable with an integrated 3- button remote plus inline microphone, which lets you control your music, and make and take calls.

It is optimized for either Apple iOS (HD 4.30i) or Android devices (HD 4.30G).

Soft premium leatherette ear pads will keep out much of the noise around you as you listen to your music or the voice at the other end of the line – also, they make long listening sessions a pure joy.

As for convenient storage, just fold the headband and put the HD 4.30 in the soft pouch it comes with.

Google project zero

http://fortune.com/2017/06/23/google-project-zero-hacker-swat-team/

Monday, June 26, 2017

High 71 low 51 cloudy

Lots of broken branches and downed power lines from storm last week. Summer slow this year. Days getting shorter. Better hurry.

Calm camo kitty lower right of photo. $8000 for 1989 Jeep sounds too much $. High center of gravity rolls easily. Mechanically dubious poor reliability? Style? Jeeps maxed out Popular with blonde sorority girls around here. Hilarious.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Ponzi collapse SHTF civil war pandemic Re: WETBACKS BY STATE

Looks like poor states cannot afford illegals.
Rich states are magnets for illegals eager to get $$$ fiat money.
Rich get richer off illegals.

Rich people boom the economy by:
Hire illegals to do the dirty hard dangerous work that requires less education.
Fire white trash and negroes who will not work as cheap as illegals.
Give out welfare benefits to appease the loser negroes and white trash.
Welfare also attracts in more illegals too keep the ponzi scheme going.
Illegals also reproduce like rabbits and destroy the environment.
Encourage conflicts around the world to create refugees.
Encourage lawbreaking, murder, rape, robbery, crime of all sorts
Encourage, hysteria, novels, music, media hysteria, emotionalism
Encourage drugs, junk food, electronics, prostitution, that sickens and dumbs down the population.
Encourage conflict between the multicultural multisexual multiracial groups in society.
Encourage political divisiveness fake news conflicts between left and right to hide the true divisions.
Keep attention directed away from how the rich set up the rip off system.

Illegals will vote to make it easier to attract in more illegals, more welfare, more environmental destruction,
and all the social problems that caused them to flee their homelands.

Eventually the Ponzi scheme will crash.
Civil war, economic crash, environmental crash, complete ecosystem crash, or depopulation by pandemic or SHTF.
But the rich don't care.
By then the rich will be richer and collect fat early retirement checks and have left the state.
The rich were originally illegal themselves and have no desire to return to their homelands.
Hide out in Hawaii or some other island paradise where they can start a new Ponzi scheme.

This article should have ranked the states by the second column percentage of the population that is illegal.
Indicate the more legal states which might be less impacted by the catastrophe scenarios.
Statistics on illegals are dubious, biased but the overall pattern probably useable


Steve wrote:

http://www.pewhispanic.org/interactives/unauthorized-immigrants/

Saturday, June 24, 2017

deflation: low prices, low temperatures

Temperature in the 50s last night after 82 yesterday high
Longest day of the year
Has been cool all summer so far, like the past several summers.
Warm winter for several years too - 1 cold snap last winter.

$1.89 gasoline per gallon deluxe better brand
$2.72 milk per gallon high quality nearly organic
42 cents eggs per dozen
ridiculously cheap clothes, toys, vacations nearby ….
Phone costs plunging, look before you leap or lock into a contract or a phone

Large house auction near me probably will go for less than $99,000 in a nice neighborhood better than most of San Francisco with better schools and much better retail and university access, more gyms,…
Lesser houses $40,000 in a lesser neighborhood but better than average California.

Beer costs less than marijuana.
Make free beer at home legally, organic.
Beer causes less cancer than marijuana herbicides, pesticides, fungicides,…
Less dementia from beer.
Sober up faster from beer.
Avoid arrest and jail from legal beer.
Blow your mind cheaply and safely with beer!
Die from alcohol cancer, liver disease before you lose your mind!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/24/marijuana-pesticides-contamination_n_3328122.html

experts warn that unwelcome chemicals, including pesticides, may be tagging along with the THC and threatening the health of marijuana users.

"There's a pretty considerable amount of contaminated cannabis,"
The Werc Shop, a Pasadena, Calif.-based lab that tests products primarily for California dispensaries.

"There are no application standards,"
"Since we're not telling growers that they're allowed to use anything, they often use whatever they can get their hands on. And that's a lot of bad things."

Many of the chemicals applied to pot plants are intended only for lawnsand other non-edibles.
Medical cannabis samples collected in Los Angeles have been found to contain pesticide residues at levels
1600 times the legal digestible amount!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Because the product is generally inhaled rather than eaten, any toxins it carries have an even more direct route into the lungs and blood stream.

Raber noted the situation is all the more concerning for patients smoking medical cannabis, whose health problems could make them more vulnerable to the risks pesticide exposure brings — especially if they suffer from a liver disease.




Wall Street Journal

The New Sticker Shock: Plunging Cellphone Bills

Impact of brutal price competition is rippling through profits, inflation and antitrust law

Customers are used to cellphone bill shock, but not like this.

The cost of U.S. cellular service is rapidly plunging, reversing years of increases that have squeezed consumers' budgets and generated huge profits for wireless companies.

Americans are using their smartphones more than ever to stream videos, surf the web and browse Facebook. But telecommunications companies are losing their power to raise prices for using their networks, in part because the U.S. cellphone market is nearing saturation. That has kicked off a vicious price war among the four national wireless carriers.

The consumer-price index for wireless phone service, an indicator of current offers

from cellphone service providers, dropped 12.5% in May from a year ago, according to the Labor Department. The index earlier fell 13% in April, the largest decline in the history of the category, prompting Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen to say earlier this month it was a factor in the country's low inflation.

Friday, June 23, 2017

Gmail safety

https://blog.google/products/gmail/g-suite-gains-traction-in-the-enterprise-g-suites-gmail-and-consumer-gmail-to-more-closely-align/

Say I Am You

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Say_I_Am_You?wprov=sfla1

Deb Talan

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deb_Talan?wprov=sfla1

California extermination. Fate of Eloi

True
Mostly.

https://youtu.be/8FbQoI8P7c4

Sun. Torrential downpour.

Sunny 30 minutes
Big black clouds blew in
Now windy rain like hurricane
All in 1 hour!

practical secure email computer protect yourself

I got a new stealth black laptop computer Lenovo big screen.
Immediately converted from Windows 10 to Linux Mint Cinnamon.
Mostly for using free wifi anywhere.
No important logins or anything personally identifiable in case I get hacked.
Minimize hacking and tracking of me but still be able to use online for news, research, etc.

I am already tracked thru my iPod, 2 phones and main computer iMac.
and soon to buy a chromebook.
Will use chromebook for all things google which is the most secure online popular computer so can risk logins to banks etc.
Keep it physically locked up and hidden when not in use.

Still working on my old email accounts some of which do not work well Apple Google cloud breakdown hurricane.
May be time to try proton mail, encrypted.
Swiss ultimate privacy.
Go naked without backup email.
If forget your password you lose the account!
Be brave
Take the leap into the unknown
Take the leap

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Warm not hot 80s?

Lose weight depends on 2 factors

1. Eat good foods

2. Avoid bad foods

Then exercise. Too hot drives people indoors to sit in air conditioning not over exert.

Don't get cold.
Mammals fatten up to hibernate winter.

Cloudy here until an hour ago partial clearing. Summers fine here.

Two more Nixa residents plead guilty to drug trafficking that led to murder

Amazing amount of drugs here and related crimes every day in news.  Especially Nixa and all towns. Branson. 

Need breakthrough at FC to see what is going on there. Easier to trade drugs in resort area. Fluid. People come and go. No sober full time residents to monitor activities. Crooks in power. 

Hoping for leads in paper. 

Http://www.news-leader.com/story/news/crime/2017/06/20/two-more-nixa-residents-plead-guilty-drug-trafficking-led-murder/414209001/

My first military Photo?

Just found many yearbooks online including some college and high school thanks to internet information age big data
Never saw this photo before.
Dont remember it taken.
Good times, good friends.  
All friendly clean moral straight white educated guys I was glad to associate with.
Around here people are similar to what California used to be, fraternities and sororities, WASP elites, ROTC


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Wyoming high dry cool. Zero Income Tax. Pro business. less bugs and vermin.

Ticks inject thousands of germs into you with each bite.
Plants lack immune systems but have thousands of chemicals to fight off insects and their germs.

Eat herbs, spices, teas to get those chemicals to help your immune system to work for you.
Traditional medicines of China India teach you what plants to consume.
Learn how to cook and prepare those plants to boost you!
Get job in Asian restaurant in Honolulu and take college cooking classes and biochemistry.

People love the high desert southwest because it is sunny with views, aesthetics, dry humidity, low allergens....
Easy to get outdoors even in winter - not much snow.
Also mosquitos and biting flies have trouble to survive without water. Too dry. Too cold at night.
Or if a few survive at least can be easily avoided.
Put on long sleeve shirt and pants and go out comfortably at night in summer, jacket in fall, spring, winter.
Can take off shirt in sun at noon even in winter.
We used to cool off after 4pm in the summer although only at 2222' elevation at 10 inches of rain per year with cool air sliding off the 10000' mountains to the west.
Above 4000 start to get jet stream breezes and much cooler weather at night.

You need sun on your skin to make nitric oxide.
Without nitric oxide you will die - heart attack, etc.
Your red blood cells are big - barely squish thru your capillaries.
Nitric oxide dilates the blood vessels so the blood will flow.
Nitrous oxide is called laughing gas used in dentist office anesthetics in old times.
Hunter gatherers don't need dentists because no sugar and grains to rot their teeth.
Paleolithic diet.
Make all the nitric oxide you need in your blood by sun on skin.

Walking helps circulation in addition to Nitric Oxide - keep blood flowing! especially to brain!
People designed to exercise all day, not sit driving, watching TV, computer, etc.
Grow the brain and body.

Terrible mosquitos in Alaska Minnesota and high altitude areas with snow melt, rain, lakes…
Mosquitos need stagnant water, warm enough, and no fish to eat the mosquito larvae in lakes.

South Dakota is lower elevation, flatter, wetter, with huge industrial agriculture pesticides GMO etc.
Wyoming has less of these problems - higher dryer with little agriculture GMO herbicides, etc.
Most of Wyoming is drier than Honolulu which is semi-arid like Los Angeles.

But Wyoming has huge coal and extractive industries that may pollute some areas.
Check particular locations.
Jackson Hole Wyoming popular with rich people, skiers, Obama deep state etc.
May be very corrupt sinners.

Southwest WY is Mormon Salt Lake suburbs with NSA government surveillance economy deep state corruption from Washington DC.
Mormons reproduce like rabbits, are young, white, educated, common in universities and government deep state.
Mormons like Jews and enjoy to living on stolen native American land Cheyenne, etc.
Probably invaded into Nevada Idaho Wyoming Colorado etc.
Mormons similar to Zionists?

Mormons stash food and have survival strategies but will probably die much sooner than Native Americans and Amish if SHTF

https://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/16/us/wyoming-long-on-pride-but-short-on-people-hopes-to-lure-some-back.html

Wyoming spirit, low-drama, tenacious and independent
Life is easier slower in Wyoming
a place where you actually appreciate the sunsets

Wyoming shrinking agricultural small towns median age is above 40
Cheap houses, ranches, etc.

cyclist on a pedestrian bridge downtown Laramie many call Laradise University of Wyoming
vegetable wall hanging in downtown Laramie
Wyoming's dependence on coal and oil money vulnerable to boom-and-bust cycles.


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Wiki:

Wyoming is a dry state with much of the land receiving less than 10 inches of rainfall per year.

Precipitation depends on elevation with lower areas in the Big Horn Basin averaging 5–8 inches
making the area nearly a true desert

The lower areas in the North and on the eastern plains typically average around 10–12 inches,
making the climate there semi-arid

Wyoming is the least populous state of the United States.
cattle outnumber people by two to one.
Wyoming has the second-lowest population density
It is one of only two states with a smaller population than the nation's capital, Washington, D.C.
As of 2015, Wyoming had an estimated population of 586,107,

the largest ancestry groups in Wyoming are:
German (26.0%),
English (16.0%),
Irish (13.3%),
Norwegian (4.3%), and
Swedish (3.5%).

racial composition of the population was
91% White
1% Black
8% Hispanic or Latino origin (they may be of any race

Religions of Wyoming:

340,552 not claiming any religion

65,000 Miscellaneous religions

62,804 Mormon

61,222 Catholic

59,247 Evangelical Protestant

36,539 Mainline Protestants

785 Eastern Orthodox Christians

281 Black Protestants,

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Joe, the worst mosquitoes I remember were at a campground next to a lake in Colorado.

Elevation was over 8k.

You couldn't go outside without getting multiple bites in a few minutes even with long sleeve flannel shirt on.

We decided to move on.

John
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On Jun 20, 2017, at 8:48 AM, Bob wrote:

Good point, Joe, especially the nitric oxide
(1998 Nobel Prize awarded for discovery of its beneficial effects on humans)
but remember this is USSA so no matter what state you choose, the EPA will severely limit your access to nitric oxide.

Nitric oxide destroys ground level ozone
(the "weekend effect" when diesels are OFF the road and ozone goes up)
so EPA is targeting "polluters" whose oxide enhances body performance and promote angiogenesis in premature babies who need the N.O. to develop their lungs.

NO good deed goes unpunished in America!

BB

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Hawaii has the healthiest weather culture food air water.
But Wyoming has Altitude and
zero income taxes
best business environment.
Altitude is closer to the sun so you can get vitamin D, Nitric Oxide, etc.
Cool high dry is good for vigorous exercise as I found in Lake Tahoe.
University of Wyoming is 7000 foot highest in USA.
High dry WY altitude kills off mosquitos, germs, bugs, snakes, mice, rats,

Hot climates CA AZ NV forces people to go indoors under fossil fuel air conditioning so don t get enough sun so people die from Lack of Nitric Oxide, Vitamin D, skin cancer, etc.
For good health, Temperature must be relatively mild You have to go outdoors daily in the sun.
I am exercising in the gyms around here daily which are good workouts but not enough sun and not very aesthetic.
I prefer the great outdoors such as Honolulu, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, etc.
Yesterday our high temp in the 70s, cool foggy such as Los Angeles.
I don t see how people can live in Fresno, Riverside CA, Phoenix, Las Vegas, etc.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Why Does The US Target Functioning Democracies For Regime Change? | Zero Hedge

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-06-20/why-does-us-target-functioning-democracies-regime-change

6 Ways to Extract Images from PDF Files to TIFF, JPEG, PNG

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6 Ways to Extract Images from PDF Files to TIFF, JPEG, PNG

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Test new email address

On my Android
Apple iCloud crashed
War between Apple and Google?

Re: Hawaii long life healthy happy. Why:

I don't think much of vacations.
If you want to experience a place then move there.
It takes years to absorb the culture and learn what makes it tick.
Hawaii health probably the result of many factors.
Attitudes and culture hard to quantify.
Beauty makes a big difference, probably.
And the great outdoors readily available year round.
Go shirtless on the beach 365 days per year - can't do that most places due to weather or in most big cities without attracting stares or the law.
This is in addition to well known factors such as clean air, water, food.
Hilo has the biggest farmer's market but there is local food all over.
Many areas are quiet, remote but there is the 1 big city that is big enough.
Laid back, relaxed, everybody happy makes a big difference.

I have had good results at high altitude Lake Tahoe in the summer.
Really feels good for some reason even though thin air, low oxygen.
Probably it is low allergens, mold, dust mites, insects, fleas, cats, dogs, mice...,,,
Much more sun at high altitude too that kills off germs so less colds and flu.
No flat areas so no stagnant water mosquitos. No flies, etc.

Flagstaff Arizona is far south and high altitude and has university and VA and civilian hospitals.
6900 foot altitude is similar to Lake Tahoe, twice as high as Lubbock Texas 3333 feet.
Close to Phoenix huge city with Mayo Clinic and huge university and much else.
But Phoenix gets way too hot.
While Flagstaff still gets too cold
The problem is the snow and ice.
Dangerous to walk on.
People stay indoors and eat too much.
Bikini beach culture encourages people to stay in shape.
You get inspected daily in your swimsuit peer pressure.
Hard to find anywhere that is as good as Hawaii for aesthetics and survivability.
I have traveled and moved a lot, too much, since age 4

Hawaii is an unlikely place for me.
Too remote, unpopulated, no professional activities...
The only industries are military, tourism, and agriculture.
People talk of "Island fever" loneliness, ...
Need to fly to the mainland every year.
But for older people who want to good health, quiet, and time to think
then Hawaii may make a lot of sense.
I would not move there as a new college graduate expecting a great career outside of a few fields such as tropical fruit, ag, medical, tourism, trade with Asia, etc.
The tall blonde girl that sat next to me in high school physiology did that.
Last time I saw her she had a Harvard MBA husband and 2 kids.
Still there I guess.

Bob wrote:

I know a couple who go there several times a year and yes, they're ex-hippies.
They love hammocks, food, music etc.
They get the best tickets they can and usually stay 2 or 3 weeks.
I guess it just grows on you.

BB

From: joe

I suspect the homeless are happier in Hawaii and live longer than most other places.
I read that some localities give homeless a free plane ticket to Hawaii.
Most homeless will eagerly take the ticket to get better outdoor weather and welfare benefits in Hawaii.
I saw many homeless in some areas but not many in other areas, indeed zero in some areas that I would frequent.
If SHTF you want mild weather to survive without heating and cooling equipment.

One can easily inspect the price indexes on cost of living in Hawaii
I went to Hawaii and approximated that the prices are as high as the indexes suggest.
That may be one reason that people live longer.
High prices discourage consumption; even block overconsumption.
Excessive eating, buying, shopping, large houses, large cars, etc. are all detrimental to health and survival.
High prices are probably are good for health and wealth.

High prices will push you to consume healthier local foods that do not get imported.
Part of the goal would be to shed bad mainland consumption habits.
Work instead of spend as in the protestant work ethic.

My impression is that the bulk of the population are rather low income relative to the prices paid.
So the people seem rather poor.
Houses, cars, and most buildings are worse than around here but cost more.
Also the people may be poorly educated with Universities not up to Mainland standards.
But the lower grades may be ok.
It may be hard to get a good fix on education of who is actually on the islands.
There does seem to be an upper crust that would skew the statistics.
The University has a lot of Ivy League professors and the Hospitals are highly rated for the same reason.
There will probably be a big gap between the rich white owners and retirees and the bulk of the population.
Still they live longer so that would require analysis.
The article pointed out that they are happy.
The good diet and exercise opportunities lead to good health and happiness.
People's pharmacy this week has a podcast on the importance of outdoors and parks for health.
I suspect that is a big part of it and why rich whites are better off in Hawaii so keep coming.
They pay taxes and high prices to live longer in Happy Hawaii.
Others may prefer to move to DC to become a dead pundit.

Huffington post founded by Breitbart is a very popular website struggling to provide enough quantity and quality content to survive.
I will often click on Huffpo or similar sites when they come up in google searches before disinformation blogs unless I am searching for disinformation.

The happiness, focus on relationships, laid back, and not worrying was something that I have not seen in most comparisons.
So at least it addresses the possibility.
Hard to measure very well, or impossible?
No ready statistics.
I did notice some of these factors on my trip a few years back.
I suspect the Huffpo writer is right on looking at those factors.
Consider the less quantifiable in addition to water quality, air quality, hospital quality, college quality, education, crime, disease, death, weather, latitude, longitude, altitude, radioactivity etc. that have better statistics.
Beauty of the views and readily availability of the outdoors are too famous to waste time on research and many photos online by google.
Hawaii is a huge outlier on longevity that needs explaining.
Maybe even become a live Happy Hawaii pundit instead of a Dead DC pundit.


From: Ron

Joe,

This is frankly a "puff" piece. No doubt Hawaiians live longer than residents of Miss. No need to apply statistical analysis here. What is their socioeconomic and education level comparisons? Are "focusing on relationships" and "not worrying" more of function of financial security as opposed to simply living in Hawaii? The island of Hawaii has a growing homeless problem on the beaches and in the coastal parks. Were any ot those persons interviewed for this article? Better comparisons could be made to New Zealand, Caribbean, etc. More objective analysis would consider radiation levels from Fukishima or future geopolitical implications (eg North Korea.) Had a friend who retired from the State of California. He moved to Hawaii and returned in two years complaining about high prices and the need to import much. As an aside I do not consider the Huffington Post an objective or credible source.

Just my thoughts,

Ron

Jo wrote:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/04/hawaii-life-expectancy_n_3682588.html

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Wyoming high dry cool

Hawaii has the healthiest weather culture food air water.
But Wyoming has Altitude and
zero income taxes
best business environment.
Altitude is closer to the sun so you can get vitamin D, Nitric Oxide, etc.
Cool high dry is good for vigorous exercise as I found in Lake Tahoe.
University of Wyoming is 7000 foot highest in USA.
High dry WY altitude kills off mosquitos, germs, bugs, snakes, mice, rats,…

Hot climates CA AZ NV forces people to go indoors under fossil fuel air conditioning so don't get enough sun so people die from Lack of Nitric Oxide, Vitamin D, skin cancer, etc.
For good health, Temperature must be relatively mild
You have to go outdoors daily in the sun.
I am exercising in the gyms around here daily which are good workouts but not enough sun and not very aesthetic.
I prefer the great outdoors such as Honolulu, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, etc.
Yesterday our high temp in the 70s, cool foggy such as Los Angeles.
I don't see how people can live in Fresno, Riverside CA, Phoenix, Las Vegas, etc.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Mad Cow Cannibals nearly ate President Bush 1: Chichijima incident

I was reading a book on cannibalism and Mad Cow Disease (caused by cow cannibalism)
and related disease in humans caused by cannibalism
and cannibalism in Europe. 
May be related to Alzheimers and other dementias.  

Dr. Laura Manuelidis discovered a very small virus that causes the disease.
It can survive the stomach acids and digestive juices to make people sick. 
Her Site is below
 
Another reason to be vegan or vegetarian.  
CAFO confined animal feeding operations poses many problems for humans and the animals.
Some diseases take decades to show up.  
No such disease as mad carrot or mad apple or mad cabbage!

I never heard of this freak coincidence on President Bush in the Chichijima incident
So much for trying to learn anything by listening to the liberal news media.
Maybe trying to suppress news of multicultural cannibalism Japan WWII.
If President Bush was eaten by Cannibals then history would have been different.

VP Rockefellers son was eaten by Cannibals in a different incident. 
The same cannibals that get the human brain disease similar to Mad Cow disease, I think.
Probably many liberals and missionaries were eaten by the same tribes as discussed in the book.


Laura M:


Dr. Manuelidis studies neurodegenerative diseases, with an emphasis on infectious human Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease and sheep scrapie, and has developed unique animal and culture models.

 These models have revealed fundamental routes of infection, innate immune responses to a foreign infectious agent, and structural characteristics of the infectious particle. 

Infectious particles can be stripped of detectable prion protein (PrP) yet remain highly infectious.

 Nucleases destroy infectivity but not PrP and Host PrP misfolding appears as a late stress response to trap and eliminate these infectious agents. 

Her unexpected discovery that circular "SPHINX" DNAs derived from prokayotes are present in mammalian brain cells has major ramifications for the evolutionary symbiosis with the environment.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

MD Yale University (1967)

BA Sarah Lawrence College (1963)

ACTIVITIES

• Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Mad Cow Disease Alzheimer's Disease
New Haven, United States (2008) 

Professor Manuelidis has collaborations with investigators abroad on "mad cow disease" and human Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease. 

Laura Manuelidis, MD

Professor of Surgery (Neuropathology); 
Section Chief Neuropathology (Surgery);
 faculty Virology and Neurosciences

Surgery: 
Neuropathology: 
Manuelidis Lab

Molecular Virology:
 Virology laboratories

Neural Disorders





Dust Mites and Allergies

High altitude
Low humidity
Kills allergens

Https://www.sylvane.com/dust-mites-and-allergies.html

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Confused about locked vs. unlocked phones? Ask Maggie explains

Trying to move my nice LG K7 phone
From TMobile
To freedompop. 
Says network locked
Unlock app will not work without wifi

Https://www.cnet.com/news/confused-about-locked-vs-unlocked-phones-ask-maggie-explains/

AJCN vitamin D pandemic

Dragnet Nation. Protect yourself how-to

Great book for everybody
Read it at least twice
Numerous tips on how to avoid getting ripped off in ways you don't know yet.  
Speculation on how to fix the mess - that is the subject of my forthcoming book.
Download chapter 1 from her site
The later chapters are better


We are being watched. We see online ads from websites we've visited, long after we've moved on to other interests. Our smartphones and cars transmit our location, enabling us to know what's in the neighborhood but also enabling others to track us. And the federal government, we recently learned, has been conducting a massive data-gathering surveillance operation across the Internet and on our phone lines.

In Dragnet Nation, Julia Angwin of The Wall Street Journal reports from the front lines of America's surveillance economy, a revelatory and unsettling look at how the government, private companies, and even criminals use technology to indiscriminately sweep up vast amounts of our personal data.

In a world where we can be watched in our own homes, where we can no longer keep secrets, and where we can be impersonated, financially manipulated, or even placed in a police lineup, Angwin argues that the greatest long-term danger is that we start to internalize the surveillance and censor our words and thoughts, until we lose the very freedom that makes us unique individuals. 

Appalled at such a prospect, Angwin conducts a series of experiments to try to protect herself, ranging from quitting Google to carrying a "burner" phone, showing how difficult it is for an average citizen to resist the dragnets' reach.

Her book is a cautionary tale for all of us, with profound implications for our values, our society, and our very selves.

Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security, and Freedom in a World of Relentless Surveillance 





Friday, June 16, 2017

Hawaii long life healthy happy. Why:

I suspect the homeless are happier in Hawaii and live longer than most other places.
I read that some localities give homeless a free plane ticket to Hawaii.
Most homeless will eagerly take the ticket to get better outdoor weather and welfare benefits in Hawaii.
I saw many homeless in some areas but not many in other areas, indeed zero in some areas that I would frequent.  
If SHTF you want mild weather to survive without heating and cooling equipment.  

One can easily inspect the price indexes on cost of living in Hawaii
I went to Hawaii and approximated that the prices are as high as the indexes suggest.
That may be one reason that people live longer.
High prices discourage consumption; even block overconsumption.
Excessive eating, buying, shopping, large houses, large cars, etc. are all detrimental to health and survival.
High prices are probably are good for health and wealth.  

High prices will push you to consume healthier local foods that do not get imported.
Part of the goal would be to shed bad mainland consumption habits.
Work instead of spend as in the protestant work ethic.  

My impression is that the bulk of the population are rather low income relative to the prices paid.
So the people seem rather poor.
Houses, cars, and most buildings  are worse than around here but cost more.
Also the people may be poorly educated with Universities not up to Mainland standards.
But the lower grades may be ok.
It may be hard to get a good fix on education of who is actually on the islands.
There does seem to be an upper crust that would skew the statistics.
The University has a lot of Ivy League professors and the Hospitals are highly rated for the same reason.
There will probably be a big gap between the rich white owners and retirees and the bulk of the population.
Still they live longer so that would require analysis.
The article pointed out that they are happy.
The good diet and exercise opportunities lead to good health and happiness.
People's pharmacy this week has a podcast on the importance of outdoors and parks for health.
I suspect that is a big part of it and why rich whites are better off in Hawaii so keep coming.
They pay taxes and high prices to live longer in Happy Hawaii.
Others may prefer to move to DC to become a dead pundit.  

Huffington post founded by Breitbart is a very popular website struggling to provide enough quantity and quality content to survive.
I will often click on Huffpo or similar sites when they come up in google searches before disinformation blogs unless I am searching for disinformation.

The happiness, focus on relationships, laid back, and not worrying was something that I have not seen in most comparisons.
So at least it addresses the possibility.  
Hard to measure very well, or impossible?
No ready statistics.
I did notice some of these factors on my trip a few years back.
I suspect the Huffpo writer is right on looking at those factors.
Consider the less quantifiable in addition to water quality, air quality, hospital quality, college quality, education, crime, disease, death, weather, latitude, longitude, altitude, radioactivity etc. that have better statistics.
Beauty of the views and readily availability of the outdoors are too famous to waste time on research and many photos online by google.  
Hawaii is a huge outlier on longevity that needs explaining.  
Maybe even become a live Happy Hawaii pundit instead of a Dead DC pundit. 


From: Ron

Joe,

        This is frankly a "puff" piece. No doubt Hawaiians live longer than residents of Miss. No need to apply statistical analysis here. What is their socioeconomic and education level comparisons? Are "focusing on relationships" and "not worrying" more of function of financial security as opposed to simply living in Hawaii? The island of Hawaii has a growing homeless problem on the beaches and in the coastal parks. Were any ot those persons interviewed for this article? Better comparisons could be made to New Zealand, Caribbean, etc. More objective analysis would consider radiation levels from Fukishima or future geopolitical implications (eg North Korea.) Had a friend who retired from the State of California. He moved to Hawaii and returned in two years complaining about high prices and the need to import much. As an aside I do not consider the Huffington Post an objective or credible source.

Just my thoughts,

Ron    

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Honolulu Weather 82 Cooler less humid

https://weather.com/weather/today/l/USHI0026:1:US

Facebook Google monopolies Move Fast and Break Things

Could be prosecuted in the past. Under Antitrust law.

Http://www.jontaplin.com/

Gender Transition Re: Getting downright creepy

Their brains are fried by Cell Phones
Their genitals are fried by laptops
too much electronics TV Radio computers social media
Educated by Hollywood Jews
Most teens have senile dementia already
Brains shrunk by junk food and lack of exercise
It seems the genders are becoming less distinct
Kind of blurring it all, affected by diet and drugs.
Hormones in the junk food are well know----a conspiracy?
Chelsea Manning long article for one example:
https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/06/12/magazine/the-long-lonely-road-of-chelsea-manning.html

On Jun 13, 2017, at 8:59 PM, Bob wrote:

Nearly 50% of Millennials Fine with Feds Taking Kids from Parents Who Don't Support Transitioning

Taking "in loco parentis" to a new level.

Here's the question posed to young Americans: should the government "remove children from homes where the parents refuse to provide resources for gender transition?"

(Don't sneer at this question. The Canadian government can do just that.) The question didn't include an age restriction for the kids. Want to hear the results of the poll?

Fully 18 percent of the 1,402 respondents answered yes;
another 27 percent said they were unsure.

Among female respondents, a majority stated that children should either be removed from the home (21 percent), or they were unsure (33 percent).

A whopping 60 percent of Clinton voters felt the same way;

just seven percent of those who voted for Trump said yes, and 15 percent said they were unsure.

Among self-described liberals, 47 percent said they were either in favor of government removal (10 percent) or unsure about it (37 percent).

In other words, almost half of all millennials were "open" to the government forcibly intervening "in a family if parents refuse to cater to the transgender notions of their children."

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Bleeding Kansas 1859

Political history repeats.
Rich 1% wants slaves or illegals or Muslims to steal jobs from working class citizens. Guns and drugs to cause problems and keep Eloi confused
defensive
in pain
deflated
cannot move- learned helplessness.
Sick from junk food
gender Bender chemicals
electronics
fried brains
and junk food.
Open civil war to help kill them off.
Endless supply of illegals, Muslims, slaves, immigrants to keep the population growing.

Https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bleeding_Kansas?wprov=sfla1