I'm somewhat north of the cheering section when it comes to Ray Peat's ideas about sleep and darkness.
On the plus side, he does seem to regard carbon dioxide as Nature's evening substitute for light as an antidote for the stress of darkness.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) .... Read More
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) ...
"I can tell you what to eat, but I can't zip your mouth."
"Regulate breathing in the morning to generate pressure in the body, and move waste out before breakfast."
"The Downward Air is prana in the large intestine. It pushes feces, urine, sem... Read More
Globalization is an issue capable of uniting the Left and Right in cross-movement solidarity.
It already did during the Battle of Seattle — the 1999 protests against the World Trade Organization.
The rise of the blue-collar green-energy PLANETARIAT was evidenced by the celebrated protest sig... Read More
Re: Does it affect some but not all mammals? It’s hard to find any mention of human incidences. Didn’t you say something once about the Eskimos not eating too much salmon for that reason? What then of other coastal Indians. All they ate was salmon. Did they get yellow fat disease?
If you chec... Read More
Some Sufis know the truth about the ISM-AZAM.
It doesn't refer to the 99 names of God.
It's the "only name of the nameless, which all nature constantly proclaims" ...
HU is the "origin and end of every sound as well as the background of every word."
MAH means "water."
HUMA is wh... Read More