Strength Expert Who Deadlifted 1000 lbs Three Times Talks Performance Enhancement

Chris Duffin is an inventor, thought leader, and serial entrepreneur in Health and Fitness. He has Co-Founded multiple prominent brands. He is the Chief Visionary Officer of Kabuki Strength. He has lifted 1000 pounds for reps in different ways. Chris is one of the strongest pound-for-pound humans in the world. He has been the ONLY …

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What Works for the Homeless Problem

Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada has had functionally zero homeless for about six years. Japan, Singapore and Denmark also have been very successful in dealing with homelessness. Singapore is a multi-ethnic society with about 6 million people. Hamilton, Canada ( a city with a population of 750,000) has also has great success reducing homelessness. Medicine Hat’s …

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COVID Vaccines Mostly Work But Flaws Need to be Discussed

We already know that about 36% of people who get fully vaccinated by the Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA vaccine will get COVID and have symptoms and 7% will still get serious illness. The 93% prevention of serious illness is great. A full course of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is 64% effective at preventing symptomatic Covid-19, according to an …

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DeepMinds AlphaFold Will Solve Most Protein Structures by End of 2021

A transformative artificial intelligence (AI) tool called AlphaFold, which has been developed by Google’s sister company DeepMind in London, has predicted the structure of nearly the entire human proteome (the full complement of proteins expressed by an organism). In addition, the tool has predicted almost complete proteomes for various other organisms, ranging from mice and …

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Data Mining COVID Treatments Vs What Seems to Work

There was a database minign of what treatments were used in California to treat COVID. There is a site c19early.com that tracks studies of what seem to be effective early treatments against COVID. Database mining of Californian Covid patients showing: • the medication shift in non hospitalized patients between March and November (going from bad …

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Excess Deaths and Longevity Impact During the Pandemic

Updated estimates indicate that COVID-19 reduced overall 2020 US life expectancy by 1.31 years, from 78.74 years to 77.43 years. The reductions are 3.2 times as large for the Latino population (3.03 years) and twice as large for the Black population (1.90 years) compared with the White population (0.94 years). Early analysis of excess deaths …

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Youtuber Meet Kevin Has Best Odds to Replace Gavin Newsom

The Prediction site Predictit Gives Youtuber Kevin Paffrath (aka Meet Kevin), a 9% chance to replace Gavin Newsom as governor of California. Kevin is knowledgable about business and technology and is willing to do the work. He has creative solutions. Kevin Paffrath has said he would declare four States of Emergency on Day 1: * …

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Success in Reversing Dementia in Mice and Human Clinical Trials in 2022

Researchers have identified a new treatment candidate that appears to not only halt neurodegenerative symptoms in mouse models of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, but also reverse the effects of the disorders. The team, based at Tohoku University, published their results on June 8 in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences. The treatment candidate has been …

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Off-Patent Osteoporosis Drug Also Found to Extend Lifespan

Zoledronate is a biophosphonate, a drug used to strengthen bones and reduce the risk of osteoporosis-related bone fractures. It is well-absorbed into the bones, so it only needs to be administered through infusion once a year. A 2010 study had found that people who were given zoledronate after experiencing hip fractures showed slightly reduced all-cause …

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