Monthly Archives: September 2013

TED is Evil ~ Well, That Sucks

To my vast disappointment I recently learned that TED talks are evil. They are engaged in extreme censorship. And that would be bad enough, but they also act like a cult. “Scientology summer camp“, one former TED fellow described the … Continue reading

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“Experts” Find a Miracle Way to Eliminate Cancers [2013]

Sometimes I get accused of being jaded. But finally some good news everyone can get behind: “Experts find a miracle way to eliminate cancers”. Now, I don’t want to make this piece too “tech-y”, but in sales I believe the … Continue reading

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Gender Identity – Letter to a friend

It really seems as though you have an almost complete handle on things. I don’t know your story in full I’m afraid, I am new to this division. But my background touches all the correct bases, and in any case; … Continue reading

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THE CRUX – Medication Quick Review

How Do I Choose a Medication – The Crux Medications are treatment assistants; they are not treatments. They are shield generators, helpful because humans are biologically wired toward the depressive emotions. This is an evolutionarily weighted preference priority. Poor cognition … Continue reading

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Some Navigation in the Drug World

There is a study to prove everything. Even the large respected “unbiased” publications in places like “Lancet” or “New England J”, or “Nature” include unpublished, non-peer reviewed, drug company trials at times. This is despite listing “no disclosures” prominently in … Continue reading

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The Drugs. The Strategies.

If you are not trained in cognitive techniques and meditation, let it be suggested that this is essential. Whether you are currently well or your function is disrupted; this is necessary. Or else all your opponents will have an advantage. … Continue reading

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Medication Treatment Tricks to Know

Here are are the bullet point-sek tips and tricks you may not know, and your doctor wouldn’t have time to tell you. Firstly, you want a long half life. In your meds. You want a long full life, but the … Continue reading

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Why ‘You’ Personally Can’t Have the Drunk Pill

The brain has many ways to regulate itself so that this is not possible. To take any compound at those levels would be not only toxic; but also addictive. Fatally so. It would tap out at a point, resulting in … Continue reading

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The Art that is Psychiatric Medicine (2013)

When a doctor first suggests a medication, or any treatment, it can be difficult to know what to do. It is impossible to sift between a doctor’s opinion; message boards; drug company trials; old fashion thinking; or new propaganda. The … Continue reading

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Alone in Gotham City

Gotham Tower STANDING ALONE in the Gotham City Building, so named for its Batman-esk architecture, nothing seemed strange to me. The State Law Building (as it was more formally known), did impress me, absolutely. But it also felt natural. It … Continue reading

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Known Unknowns – The First Test

I was told I was intelligent (whatever it was they thought that meant, at that time, in that context). I took tests, and more tests. Not merely written tests either; there were computers, labs, electrodes all over my head. The … Continue reading

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