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  • 01:00

    Terrorism, Cell, DNA, chromosome, genome, double helix, Genetic engineering

    in Spirituality

    Terrorism, Cell, DNA, chromosome, genome,  double helix, Genetic engineering,


    Due to the irrationality and irresponsibility of the genetic opponents, it will be that a lot of genetic progress for all humans, animals, and plants, as well as waters and air, and even for all of nature, will be prevented for many years, even though life could be prolonged by centuries through genetic engineering and just through the genetic manipulation of the person, by what means his health could be so stabilized, namely in a few decades, that he would almost never get sick.

  • 00:58

    Genetic Engineering, Human Genome, DNA, evolution

    in Spirituality

    The science of genetic engineering is established in the laws of overall evolution; therefore, it also cannot be prevented, even though in the future, irrational ones, who will unite together in whole organizations, will want to destroy such progress by all unfair means, even with lies and with false test reports and impact reports on genetically altered plants, animals, and humans.

  • 00:59

    Healing with Dr Daniels - The Genome Fraud

    in Health

    Dr. Jennifer Daniels show entitled, "Healing with Dr. Daniels" airs Tuesday at 6:00 pm EST. The show reveals the workings of the Modern Health System, how it creates illness and how to avoid this planned outcome. Dr. Daniels provides insights & solutions. This week's Topic: The Genome Fraud. What is the Genome project all about?  Does it relieve human illness or to create a better servant? Dr Daniels discusses genetics, epigenetics and genetic evolution and reveals the manipulation of human genes, the diseases being created and how to avoid this miserable fate. Understand the epigenetics of the matter. Do not fall victim to Genetic manipulation.  Tune in for Healing with DR. Daniels. This is a live show. Tune in at 6 pm EDT tomorrow or click this link http://www.blakeradio.com/html/rainbow_soul/rs.shtml.  To ask questions during the show, call: 914-338-0695.
     

  • 01:07

    Making History by Creating the Future

    in Health

    Buckminster Fuller, a renowned 20th century inventor and visionary, once said, "In order to change something, don't struggle to change the existing model. Create a new model and make the old one obsolete!"  So it is with Human BioAcoustics; a method of using the frequencies of the voice to reveal all that can be known about the body and mind.  The codes of your being are in the sounds of your voice.


    AT&T has announced that BioAcoustics is the "medicine of the future".  The Duke Encyclopedia of New Medicine has proclaimed that Sharry Edwards, of the US, is the pioneer of this novel approach that was once attributed to the ancient Templar Sect (made famous by the movie, The daVinci Code). Modern computers have enabled us to reintroduce the potential of "math as medicine" via easy-to-use software that we want to provide to our audience.


    Without Options, there can be no Change.  


    Join us for a discussion of how Vocal Profiling can reveal the secrets of your most secret self; provide BioAcoustic information about your emotions, perceptions and health. We will be sharing information about how we can come together to create the future of medicine by revealing what we forgot about ourselves and our abilities to create a more perfect state of being for all of us.


     


    Sound Health Options


    Jill Mattson 


    Charlene Springer 

  • 00:25

    Epilepsy Phenome Genome Project

    in Health

    In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com/Professionals, interviews Daniel Lowenstein, MD, Professor of Neurology, University of California San Francisco, and Kristen Schardein, Recruitment Director, about the Epilepsy Phenome Genome Project (EPGP).

  • 01:43

    Mold vs. Ghosts? Dr. Shane Rogers Discusses Air Pollutants and Spirits

    in Paranormal

    Friday, May 29th    10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT


    Dr. Shane Rogers is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Clarkson University. His research focuses on biotechnologies for soils and water treatment and residuals management, including genome-enabled molecular technologies for monitoring soils, air, and water quality. He is currently studying the possible links between reported house hauntings and indoor air quality.


    Are we just hallucinating spirits and ghosts caused by mold? Let's openly discuss this new study and define the terms that the Clarkson University has determined for their results.


    This will be an interesting interview! Be sure to join us!

  • 00:26

    The Promise of Water Security

    in Environment

    Recently, Terry Hazen was announced as the new head at the Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.


    Hazen brings an impressive set of environmentally related credentials with him to the new position. In addition to being the UT-Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair for Environmental Biotechnology, Hazen works with the Center for Environmental Biotechnology; directed investigation and recovery efforts surrounding the Deepwater Horizon oil spill; and was a senior scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the Microbial Communities Division, the Center for Environmental Biotechnology, and the Ecology Department.


    Hazen also holds appointments in three UT departments—Civil and Environmental Engineering, Microbiology, and Earth and Planetary Sciences. He is a faculty fellow at ORNL and works with both the Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education and the UT-ORNL Graduate School of Genome Science and Technology.

  • 00:57

    The brain's sexual orientation & examination; Review of "The Invisible War"

    in Military

    By Ed Raymond: synpopsis


    When 1976 Olympic decathlon champion Bruce Jenner, a real hunk of a muscular man, came out 39 years later with the statement “for all intents and purposes, I am a woman” in a rather spectacular TV interview, he also emphasized the mysteries of the brain. Jenner admitted that his brain is more female than it is male.  Why? Is it because of a wound? Is Satan playing games? Is it because of messed-up neurons and bad electrical connections? We don’t have a clue—yet. He was just a very young boy when he discovered he was more comfortable in his mother’s and sister’s dresses. Jenner says: “It just made me feel good.” He actually began transgender reassignment therapy in the 1980’s which included hormones, nose surgery, and hair removal. He then changed his mind.
       We are just beginning to solve the great mysteries of the brain. It’s a very complex maze. There are 20,000 to 25,000 genes in the human genome and about half of them work in our brain “system,” whatever that is. Our famous upright ancestor Lucy of about 3.2 million years ago had a brain of 600 cubic centimeters. The next “human” (Homo Habilis) had 900 cubic centimeters to work with. Our current brother Homo Sapiens has a magnificent 1,400 cubic centimeters in order to tangle with the universe. The brain seems to be a very flexible conglomeration of electrical switches and breakers. Our billions of brain cells somehow communicate with all parts of the body, if things are working right,

  • 00:33

    Big Data & Big Pharma: How Analytics Might Save Your Life

    in Technology

    Long before the tech sector christened almost every type of analytics as big data, the pharmaceutical and biotech industries were heavily reliant on analytics to develop new, safer drugs, and to produce those drugs more efficiently. Big data plays a key role in building upon what we have learned about the human genome, in managing effective clinical trials, in long-term monitoring of drug applicability in real-world healthcare, and in managing the manufacturing process.


    Consider what the use of big data in pharma and biotech companies means to you as a consumer. It means getting the right drug to the right patient at the right time for the right condition. Now, consider what you can learn as a business person -- no matter what industry you are in -- from the analytics techniques, and the data management and data mining concepts pioneered by big pharma.


    Jim Baxter, head of the life sciences practice at Collaborative Consulting, joins All Analytics Radio on Tuesday, May 19, at 2 pm EDT, for a discussion of how pharma and biotech companies finding benefits in big data analytics.


    In this show you will learn:



    How use of big data analytics have evolved in the drug and medical device industries
    What types of benefits life sciences companies are finding through use of analytics
    What big data in pharma means to you as a possible patient
    What the future holds for use of analytics in life sciences
    What lessons big pharma can teach analytics professionals and decision makers about use of big data in their own business environments

  • 00:11

    @HiMSS 2015: Meet Daniel Kraft MD @Daniel_Kraft

    in Health

    At the CHIME CIO Forum HiMSS 2015 attendees were treated to a fast paced and informational rich keynote talk by Daniel Kraft, MD, Chair of the Medicine Track at Singularity University  and who also serves as the principal curator of Exponential Medicine the sequel to the popular FutureMed series.


    In this interview Douglas Goldstein, @eFuturist gets Daniel's perspectives on the future of medicine, and promising technologies in 'wearables', 'inside-ables' and genome informed medicine.


    Filmed and produced at HiMSS 2015 by Gregg A. Masters, MPH @2healthguru for Health Innovation Media. The video available here. This is an audio only version. 


    Conference details via HiMSS.

  • 01:00

    What the Future of Gig Apps Will Bring? Five Cities Have Answers.

    in Internet

    Forward-thinking people in five U.S. cities hit the bleeding-edge of innovation this past weekend while answering the question, “what can we do with a gig?” The future of gig apps looks particularly bright according to French telecom company, Orange, which hosted this first-ever multi-city hackathon.


    Will Barkis, Technologist for Orange Silicon Valley, gives us a rundown of some of the interesting applications and inventive solutions that can impact education, healthcare, entertainment and business. Those participating in GigHacks represent communities with citywide gigagit networks and those with plans on the drawing board.     


    San Francisco, CA


    Orange GigaStudio paired with several Bay Area firm to leverage gig technology with a focus on online music collaboration, 360 video, VR use cases and video chat. 


    Kansas City, MO & KS


    Teams formed to build pilots in virtual and augmented reality for the classroom, Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems for public safety and civic engagement, digital health and other technologies.


    Chattanooga, TN


    Orange partnered with several local businesses and the Chattanooga Public Library to leverage municipal broadband, GENI and a group of talented UT Chattanooga-GIGTANK Fellowship applicants


    Burlington, VT


    Advanced teams formed to leverage Burlington Telecom's fiber network in the areas of smart grid energy management, cyber-security, edu-gaming, food systems, and secure mobile health.


    Charlotte, NC


    Charlotte projects included cancer genome analysis, unstructured data analysis and visualization, video collaboration, energy innovation and civic engagement.


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