why do we get old?

http://youtu.be/6MofRjD2UaY There are many theories of aging (hormonal, wear-and-tear, etc.), but only the overmineralization theory (video) explains why humans age at three different speeds: no biological aging during childhood years, characterized by using calcium, iron and copper in making new bones, red blood-cells and collagen; accumulation of minerals once childhood growth ceases and progressive aging … Continue reading why do we get old?

future of human life and biomimicry

4.5 billion years of evolution taught nature what works and what lasts. We've been increasingly distancing ourselves from nature: agricultural revolution – grow stock and abandon hunting/gathering; scientific revolution – “torture nature for her secrets;” industrial revolution – machines replace muscles. Biomimicry is the study of nature for solutions to our problems. Having 96% of our bodies … Continue reading future of human life and biomimicry

fungi can save the world

Humans are more closely related to fungi than other kingdoms. Humans share same pathogens with fungi. Fungi don’t like rot from bacteria - our best antibiotics come from fungi. Fungi don’t need light, using radiation as energy source. Fungi were first (1.3 billion years) organisms on Earth. Plants followed few hundred million years later. Mycelium … Continue reading fungi can save the world

10 things you didn’t know about orgasm

main points: you don't need genitals to stimulate orgasm (stroke of eyebrow; knee orgasm; one woman had orgasm (from Greek οργασμός orgasmos, organ to mature/swell) each time brushing her teeth) you can have orgasm when you are dead (brain-dead, kept alive on respirator) orgasm can cause bad breath (a slight semenal odor can be detected on a breadth of … Continue reading 10 things you didn’t know about orgasm

honey, pinocembrin and explosives

Honey is the only food including all substances necessary to sustain life, including enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and water; and it's the only food, containing pinocembrin, an antioxidant associated with improved brain functioning. Bees are the only insects that produce food that humans eat. Like ants, honey bees communicate with one another by "dancing." Like rats, … Continue reading honey, pinocembrin and explosives

rats, landmines and tuberculosis

Colorblind, sociable, strong, smart, fast (from meetup to hookup to breakup lasts two seconds), a rat can go longer than a camel without water and fall 15 meters without being injured. Rats have the most developed olfaction of all mammals. In Western cultures, rats stand for dishonesty and cunning, but in Eastern cultures, rats are associated with … Continue reading rats, landmines and tuberculosis