ok ok, here is the secret to our bodies and brain. I know it sounds like some quasi spiritual idealistic jargon but it will make sense. 1. Our body is mostly made of water which flushes out about every 16 days And cells which almost 100% are replaced in 7-10 years. Some cells never get replaced, but forgot about those stubborn un-relevant brain cells for now. 2. Every cell is made of a molecule 3. Every molecule is made of atoms 4. Every atom is generated by proton positive energy and electron negative energy. It also has a Neutron but that is just there to keep things stable. The proton almost never change unless you are nuclear. So let’s focus on the wild card, The Electron. This little thing inside of Atoms has more control over your health and life than anything on the planet. Here is how: When new atoms are created they can either have more or less electrons. The more electron the less energy the atom will produce. The less electron the more “positive energy” the atom will produce, if done right it creates an ionized state. (This is really good for your health) For example Cancer cannot […]
The super wealthy want us to think if they pay fair taxes it will take them out of prosperity and effect business which will lower wages. It will not, billionaires can pay more taxes and thier businesses will be fine and they will still be super rich. Almost all of them pay the least they can to employees no matter how much taxes they pay.
The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it. -Henry David Thoreau It’s easy to put a price on things, especially if you have a price gun. There is countless businesses and websites finding the value of things and ideas. The one factor that has always been overlooked if the amount of life used in exchange. How do you put a price on a piece of art that was made with the last strands of love from a hopeless romantic or the favorite watch made by a clock worker that made time pieces with passion most might never know. It would have no value to someone that did not know or care about the life put into it. How can the time put into something make it more important, just because something makes money right away does that really have more value then a slow growing business built with the sweat and tears of a hard working individual? You can check the blue book value of your car but can you forget about the time it saved your life or provided shelter when it was freezing outside? Maybe the value of something is simply what someone else will pay. Or […]