DHEA supplement shows no effect on Alzheimer's disease
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Sun Apr 13 09:26:21 EST 2003
"KP-PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%> wrote in message
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| Hi Peter - I see we're up on the board 'concurrently', which
| me of a 'poem':
| The coffee's good, the waitress is sweet.
| In fact, she's really quite 'neat'.
| What's more, there's good will in the air.
| Talk flows with its electric, but vacuumous flaire.
| People unknowingly sishing others well,
| By willingly listening to as much as they tell.
| [Written during the 'Terrible Times' [1982-3], in Denny's,
| counter seat #14 - the waitress was Gorgeous, and kind - she'd,
| my cup filled all night, and slip me a free piece of carrot cake
| every once in a while :-]
that was on a 'time' scale of =months= [don't want to get anyone in
'trouble' - I 'earned' it by helping out when the late-night crowd
got overly 'rambunctuous' - it's why the waitresses 'took care of
me' - I'd get between them and folks who'd come into the restaurant
after having had too much to drink. But thier 'acknowledgement' of my
'worth' was touch-my-heart stuff. It's why I remember them, still,
twenty years later. kpc]
| More below.
| "Peter F" <fell_spamtrap_in at ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
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| | "KP-PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%> wrote in message
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| | >
| | > "Ian Goddard" <igoddard at erols.mom> wrote in message
| | > news:bieh9vsbqhuk129k5eh46806bbc39a927o at 4ax.com...
| | > | [...]
| | > |
| | > | "To lengthen thy life, lessen thy meals." Benjamin Franklin
| | > |
| | > | Ongoing CR monkey study update: "In the monkeys...those on
| | > | reduced feeding since the study started are dying at a rate
| | > | that is about half that of the monkeys receiving a full
| | > | ration." Associated Press: Eating less may extend human
| | > | August 1, 2002 : http://www.msnbc.com/news/788746.asp?0si=-
| | > |
| | > what happens if you stop feeding them entirely?
| | Answer:
| | They reach an ideally TD E/I-minimized state.
| | (Apropos which, your ingenious variation of the experiment would,
| in case of
| | homicidal humans convicted in places like Texas, be applicable as
| | humorless but squeeky-clean way of saving wear-n-tear on
| | gallows.;)
| | P
| It's all explained in AoK, Peter. 'Zero TD E/I cannot be
| so 'death' isn't TD E/I-minimization. Life is a prerequisite of TD
| Think of a salmon swiming up the current to spawn. What the fish
| doesn't 'dictate' what the river does. The fish must deal with the
| river in order to seek its goal.
| Same-old, same-old with nervous system and the WDB2T energy-flow.
| When the fish attains its goal, it Dies.
| But Humans aren't fish.
| We're 'engineered' in a much-more-robustly-adaptable way with
| to the Universal energy-flow - WDB2T.
| We don't have to Die for sex :-]
| We only have to Die when we can no longer contribute to groupwise
| I ain't there yet, so I'll continue 'swimming' up the WDB2T
| energy-gradient until I end up like the unfed monkeys :-]
| Cheers, Peter, ken
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