Essay: What Makes A Champion?

One can examine an athlete’s technical specifications such as path of travel or velocity, and those are important for analysis, yet when considering what makes the champion athletes, their qualities often defy convention. Highly decorated Olympic track star and 36 year old mother Allyson Felix is a perfect example. Lü Xiaojun, 37, just claimed weightliftingContinue reading “Essay: What Makes A Champion?”

Olympic Weightlifting: Competition Behavioral Strategy Notes

My recent competition experience at National Masters in Reno reminded me of just how challenging Competition or Performance in general can be. In addition to potential obstacles, the experience also underscored what’s important and how one’s process can flow more smoothly. Competing is a skill. You have to practice it in order to optimize it.Continue reading “Olympic Weightlifting: Competition Behavioral Strategy Notes”

Quantum Biology Concepts & Multidimensional Life (Full Article)

** This article also appears on Immortalists Magazine — click here for that version ** Within this grand cosmic environment, we participate in a spiraling ladder of evolution not unlike the DNA helix. And when world shaking events occur, or big ideas come along, they effect our developmental tree of decisions, the choices we makeContinue reading “Quantum Biology Concepts & Multidimensional Life (Full Article)”

What Is Liquid Crystal Display, A Journey

Let’s explore an everyday technology that is truly amazing, if not a bit mind bending. And that is LCD, or liquid crystal display, commonly used in phones, computers and televisions. The life of an LCD screen sometimes begins in the earth, as many industrial products do. Quartz, of which Silicon is a part, is oneContinue reading “What Is Liquid Crystal Display, A Journey”

Maximizing Human Regenerative Processes 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 timekeeping came with aboriginal and Meso-American cultures,Continue reading “Maximizing Human Regenerative Processes Part 1. Sun Up, Sun Down”