Choose Your Poison: Chemical Enlightenment with Noopept

I do not know what will happen to me. 

The worst that could happen is I am poisoned by some unknown, untested and unrefined chemical. The best that could happen, is, hopefully, something greater than that.

Is it irresponsible to ingest an unknown chemical? Maybe, but, define "unknown".

Planning My Journey to Chemical Enlightenment with Noopept

Noopept Journey

I have decided to become smarter.

I aim to lift the fog that has clouded my mind for a decade.

McDonalds to Replace Cashiers with Tablets

McDonalds plans to test 7,000 touchscreen kiosks at restaurants in Europe, in an effort to streamline ordering food. Unfortunately, this will eventually mean they will layoff employees who are no longer needed.

How long until the rest of the workers in the back of a Mcdonalds are robots? A lot of the food cooking process is automated already. All they need are robots to put the burger down on the bun, and add some ketchup and mustard.

Finally, a Cure for Cancer!

No this isn't a trick or gimmick, scientists have actually found a cure for all types of cancer! By blocking a protein that prevents cancer cells from being destroyed, this cancer cure allows the body to destroy cancer and tumor cells.

Protein CD47 prevents the body's immune system from destroying a cell. Cancer cells produce extra amounts of this protein, signalling the body to leave the cancer cells alone. Not exactly the best way to kill cancer.

Alternate Day Fasting - Intermittent Energy Restriction

Can alternate day fasting help you live longer?

Feast and Fasting

A lot of people are trying to improve their health. Lowering cholesterol, losing weight and building muscle are great.

But there are some more basic health goals that we should all strive for: Living longer, healthier lives. Preventing diseases like cancer, MS and Alzheimer's should be at the core of your quest for health.


Robot Hands Just Got Cheaper...

...And your job security just went down a little bit.

That is, if you do any sort of manual work that requires a bit of dexterity.

You all know who iRobot is, and you know who DARPA is. They have made progress with robot hands, bringing them down in price by roughly 66%. The bottom line is, it is getting easier and cheaper to build a robot that can do many of the things human workers can do.

As part of a national research project to develop low-cost artificial hands, the Pentagon has released a video of a robot that can change a tire — almost.

Man has 75% of skull replaced with 3-D printed implant

An unidentified man had 75% of his skull replaced with a 3-D printed implant made by Oxford Performance Materials, a Connecticut company. The surgery this week was the first time a patient received an implant made specifically for him using 3-D printing technology.

Digital Organs: Organs on a Chip

The Future of Organ Transplants is Digital

The newest breakthroughs in organ transplants isn't pig hearts, or cloning, or growing ears on mice; it is building an organ from the ground up on a silicon chip.

Would You Donate to Help Someone Be Cryogenically Frozen?

You've donated to the Red Cross, you have sponsored a hungry child in Africa, and you pay just a dollar a day to help save abandoned animals. But, have you ever sponsored a dying woman in her quest to be cryogenically frozen?

Cloning a Wooly Mammoth

We might be a lot closer to cloning an ancient animal than previously thought. Jurassic Park, here we come!

Can we clone wooly mammoths?


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