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ruthless

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  1. It looks like things are getting interesting for Orion. Famous Red Star Betelgeuse is Spinning Faster than Expected; May Have Swallowed a Companion 100,000 Years Ago | McDonald Observatory
  2. I found this An Error Occurred Setting Your User Cookie And this http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1478-3975/13/4/046005/meta And also this Telomeres and telomerase as therapeutic targets to prevent and treat age-related diseases Oh yeah, did i mention this? Integrative structural biology of Tetrahymena telomerase – insights into catalytic mechanism and interaction at telomeres - Feigon - 2016 - The FEBS Journal - Wiley Online Library
  3. It gives me something to do though. happy days!
  4. I have not seen anything current. It is fascinating to me though. I have mostly researched american lobsters. I did find this pretty interesting, though dated. Telomerase in the human organism
  5. My research into lobsters suggest that the lining of dna tends to degrade over time. I would think that this would imply that biological immortality is impossible. Biological immortality - Wikipedia
  6. Preppers will tell you to stock on guns, ammo, food, and water. I have a much different approach to survival. These things serve to slow you down. These things make noise. Here are my tips to survive the incoming zombie apocalypse. That's an attempt at sarcasm. :D First off, there are three things i recommend. A good knife, 30 feet of rope, and as many socks as you can carry. These things are self explanatory why you need them. Water and food can be found in nature. After being homeless for several years of my life, everything here has kept me alive. I am a living testament that it works. Get as deep in the woods as you can, preferably somewhere south. There are not as many things that can eat you in the south. Learn to set snares or grow your own food. Stay as quiet as possible, never use a flashlight, and never light a fire unless it is absolute life or death. It is best to become used to the darkness. your eyes will adjust. You will also adjust to the cold. The absolute most important aspect of survival that so many underestimate is mental toughness. I cannot stress how important this is. If you have absolutely nothing, this will keep you alive. When all hope is lost, this will keep you alive. Prepare yourself physically by endurance training and learn to never give up mentally. When you are going out of your mind for water, trick yourself. Say to yourself, "this is nothing." Just keep putting one foot in front of the other no matter what, and i guarantee you can survive even the bleakest of scenarios. The only thing you won't be able to survive is a bullet to a crucial area, but if you stay silent and always aware of your surroundings, you will live. The best advice i can give anyone in a survival scenario is to be like the black knight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKhEw7nD9C4
  7. I personally think that remote viewing is associated with imagination. Theres is no filter to distinguish the two, therefore even if it were real, it would be impractical and possibly even mentally destabilizing.
  8. Lets say you have a sphere of spinning electromagnets and you induce a large negative charge, would you be able to create the effect of frame dragging?
  9. ruthless submitted a new resource: [plain]MIT Physics Resources[/plain] - [plain]A resource for learning physics[/plain] Read more about this resource...
  10. I believe intuition can "make or break" a person, based on their perspective at the time. I truly believe anything can be predicted, with the right perspective and enough information to make an educated guess.
  11. Very beautiful. I hope i get to see it myself one day. I love taking pictures as well
  12. I have always thought the human body reminded me of a computer. Hard drive (long term memory) Ram( able to do only so many things) Cpu (brain) Video card ( eyes) Sound card ( ears) It goes deeper and deeper, but you get the point. :)
  13. I love your profile pic. Certain landscapes always seem to put me in a state of awe.
  14. You sound just like i did when i first came here. I was 25 then. My children were pretty much my only reason for living. I was determined to figure out this time travel business. All i can do is tell you my own experiences. If someone would have showed up with a time machine back then, i would have jumped at the chance. But a decade changes people in ways they cannot imagine. I know now that if i had, it would have been the biggest mistake of my life. I understand how deep a love goes with someone, but what happened is what was supposed to happen. We do not control fate. I hope the best for you. If you need someone to talk to about things, I am always around. I have found that talking helps.
  15. I like the way you think Cosmo. You have big plans, and i think you can pull it off. I'll try to write on survival, and I have a copious amount of TT/space/alien videos I could post. Anything i can do to help, just let me know. :)
  16. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86jqAfySi64
  17. This is off topic, but wow. Talk about a blast from the past. It's very surprising to see you here. I thought your account was blocked years ago.
  18. When i first came to this site, it was to find a way to go back to 1999 and save my mother from being murdered. Since then, many things have happened in my life. I now realize that had i went back, my children never would have been born and i would not be the person i am today. If you truly wish to go back in time, your only option is to study quantum mechanics and figure it out yourself. Nobody here knows how to time travel. Good luck.
  19. Bravo, you can never have enough security.
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