Brain Benelles’ Future

femalerobotFor humanity, a Chinese factory run by robots may be the biggest news story of 2015 (emphasis mine):

Previously, there were 650 employees at the factory. With the new robots, there’s now only 60

The robots have produced almost three times as many pieces as were produced before. According to the People’s Daily, production per person has increased from 8,000 pieces to 21,000 pieces. That’s a 162.5% increase.

The increased production rate hasn’t come at the cost of quality either. In fact, quality has improved. Before the robots, the product defect rate was 25%, now it is below 5%

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Clinical Notes: Patient with Knee Pain

knee03 August 2015

White, middle-aged male patient visited me today for two year checkup. Patient originally visited me in July 2013 for pain in both knees. Patient had a case history of being physically active, including repetitive squats with weights, outdoor running, basketball, sprints, and climbing stairs. I noticed the patient had bowed legs, putting him at higher risk for uneven cartilage wear, and thus knee pain.

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A.I. First Steps

Computer BrainBrain benelles are at a crossroads. As Moore’s Law holds, and computing power doubles every two years, an alien species called artificial intelligence is being born. As a consequence, technology integration may become a desirable necessity for people.

But how?

Well, brain benelles seem to break into two parts: core and edge. Core is root structure; edge builds on core. Each part of the brain seems only to need a core number of benelles to function, with extra layers of edge benelles being a big bonus.

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Vaccine Related Deaths

math-symbols-union-intersectionVaccine-related deaths in the U.S. are over 26,000 a year. The deaths are not by needle in arm, but occur years later, with union and intersection to vaccinations, in a way that is illuminated by statistics.

First, a foil will set our stage. HIV weakens the immune system by direct attack; vaccinations weaken benelles by never using them. Thus an “AIDS vaccine” would be an irony, and odd, since the solution for AIDS is within HIV, but we digress. In a nutshell, disuse presents risk by blocking health-by-virus (HbV).

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Five More Popular Health Lies

fiveball1) Organic food is too expensive.

Truth:  Processed food is too expensive.

Processed food puts wear and tear on your benelles, causing chronic sickness. Most diabetes, heart disease, and obesity is from processed food. This means processed food is behind the bulk of today’s healthcare costs, making it the most expensive slop in town.

Really, it depends on value and priority. Yes, you can save money for fun stuff by buying the cheapest processed meat around. And those hot dogs will keep you alive, but increase your risk of pancreatic cancer by 19%.

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Vaccine Risk Legal Disclosure

vaccination disclosureThis risk disclosure agreement is for parents who are vaccinating a child.

Vaccination is important for your child’s health and involves certain risks to his/her long-term health. You are choosing to vaccinate your child. Your signature is required that you accept these risks, and you agree not to bring lawsuit against your doctor, health insurance provider, or state government in the event your child comes down with a serious illness later in life.

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What is Gout? It’s Good.

gout-benellesGout is an ancillary condition of your body protecting against glucose poisoning. Glucose poisoning occurs from habitual consumption of too much sugar and processed food, a proxy of sugar. Gout usually diminishes as your glucose condition worsens, thus when gout goes away, it can be a signal of diabetes.

When your benelles become glucose saturated, they refuse more glucose, in order to protect their health. To tell the blood “no more sugar please”, they refuse insulin. The term for this is insulin intolerance.

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Fast Past Middle Class

fastpastIn America, during the golden years of 1947 to 1974, there was intense demand for human labor—practically a decent paying job for anyone who wanted to work. The universe wanted the American middle class to win.

Since 1974, in America, only corporations and the cognitive elite have done well. Yes, there was a mirage of middle class well-being during the Internet bubble, but it left behind dry sand.

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