Quantum Evolution: Human Intelligence & Relativity

The main point of this article is this: Regardless of IQ test or other fixed models, intelligence — including human intelligence — is always developing. And development is not fixed. Generally and Experientially, it doesn’t take a scientific study to figure this out. It takes reason. Consider “non-linear” quantum physics and related and other newContinue reading “Quantum Evolution: Human Intelligence & Relativity”

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”

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”

Longevity⁺ Corner: What Is An NRF2 & What Foods Does It Like?

NRF2 stands for Nuclear factor-erythroid factor 2-related factor 2 —say that 10 times fast — and is a “DNA transcription factor” protein that regulates and enhances how genes are expressed by binding to it. It’s a complex other world inside the human body, yet perhaps we can understand better by comparing with the outer worldContinue reading “Longevity⁺ Corner: What Is An NRF2 & What Foods Does It Like?”

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”

The Sunday Investor: Future Vision

In order to experience a sustainable world environment, it’s necessary to promote the free flow of technology, ideas and resources. The most important technology to adopt first on a large scale is that of green electric energy. Far from being a new concept, it requires no further justification. Switching modes of energy should no longerContinue reading “The Sunday Investor: Future Vision”