Excess extracellular calcium is an indication of aging.
Hence the term, "a calcareous (chalky) old man."
Cancer cells are deficient in calcium, but it's a qualitative deficiency, not a quantitative one.
Emanuel Revici, M.D. (1896-1997) wrote …
"The reduced calcium in cancer is not due ... Read More
Amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles are obviously associated with Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative disorders.
It's less well known that the entire body and all of its organs are subject to amyloidosis and amyloid degeneration.
Mainstream scientists are blaming gene and p... Read More
Who's to blame for our civilization careening out of control?
It's the U.S. Strategic Global Digital Defense Network — SKYNET.
At least that's what it's called in The Terminator series of movies.
The villains who created the real-life version of SKYNET have become its victims too.
John... Read More
Dr. Emile Boirac (1851-1917) was one of numerous doctors and laypeople who experimented with Animal Magnetism.
He was a French psychic researcher and a promoter of Esperanto.
Emile Boirac (Our Hidden Forces: An Experimental Study of the Psychic Sciences, 1917) wrote …
"Every one remembers... Read More
Colin Wilson (G.I. Gurdjieff: The War Against Sleep and The Strange Life of P.D. Ouspensky, 2003) wrote …
"Hard work can become a mere habit, like any other. Gurdjieff's aim was also to persuade his pupils not to develop habits. Habit arises from doing something mechanically, with the mind 'els... Read More