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It's not a symbol. It's a word. It's pronounced "Yam". The script in which it is written, (Devanagri) isn't that old. The sound "Yam" is older, as old as Yoga itself (at least 5k years back). Sanskrit was written in other scripts as well, so in other scripts it wouldn't look like यं.
And before that it was an entirely oral language.
Also as someone on this site pointed out, females may get more leeway with their tyrannical decisions than men do, especially if they're pretty.
This was reported on 24th Sept: https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/world/china-president-xi-jinping-under-house-arrest-pla-cpc-latest-updates-2022-09-24-811117
EDIT: Not sure why this wasn't posted on this site already. Might just be a rumor, but still.
The risk would be during transmission and not during reception on the bluetooth device, right? So you could listen to music, but if you were speaking on the bluetooth mic, you'd be exposed.
Although, even several Wifi devices could superimpose up to a strong amount of radiation. There's no point testing safety of just one device at a time, when people are generally exposed to combined radiation from several at a time.
Microwave ovens are the worst though. Never be near one when it operates. There's a reason it trashes Wifi reception when it's on. Mobiles phones are the second worst (speaking of 4G band) due to the distance they need to cover. Wifi is the weakest of the three. But even that could be bad over time.
Put one beside your head, and you may even feel it. Here's a self-blind experiment: Have someone turn on or off the wifi device while it's touching your head (without you being able to tell), and try to predict if it's on or off. Do 20 trials. Compare your prediction against a coin toss (serves as a truly random control) to see if it's significantly better.
Weirder were the Madeline McCann suspect sketches matching Skippy, his brother Tony and Ghislaine. But I haven't looked into original sources, so take with a grain of salt.
Crazy thought: Or to not have people looking too closely at the ingredients of other Pfizer/GSK products.
But you're probably right.
Circumambulation is an old ritual (seen in even in the Vedic/Arya civilization in India till date). But importantly, they do it in a clockwise fashion (at least in the Northern Hemisphere where India is). They consider anti-clockwise circumambulation to have inauspicious/ineffective/negative effects compared to doing it clockwise (with possibly some rare exceptions).
Interestlngly, Muslims circumambulate in an anti-clockwise direction (same hemisphere).
Was the circumambulation you saw at the memorial in a clockwise or anti-clockwise direction (when viewed from the top)?
When the masses are desperately in pain, they'll even make a deal with the devil to get them out of their immediate pain.
That's not the worst part. The worst part is they can deny you service if you tick them off. When your whole life is based on rentals, your survival depends on keeping them happy (a kind of slavery).
See my reply to user KiloRomeo above. You'll end up malnourished unless you're eating sufficient plant sources/supplements too. In mother nature, carnivorous animals fight for organ meat for a reason.
It probably lacks in one or more of the nutrients they measured: vitamin A, folate, vitamin b12 etc. (see caption). This can be fixed with organ meats even on a meat based diet. There's no other way (for a meat based diet), since nutrients aren't distributed evenly in all tissues, yet all nutrients are needed. Some tissues will have more vitamin A, eyes have more carotenoids, skin has more glycine etc.
The other option is supplements (but supplements won't fix the other issues u/factdigger mentioned like "dysbiosis, bloat, leaky gut, lipopolysaccharide poisoning, immune aggrevation and general health issues" that certain foods can cause in some people).
The third option is to eat plant sources of the required nutrients..
I was talking based on what I read in the research papers. But I guess if it doesn't work for someone, then it is the research that is at fault for being incomplete, and not the person it didn't work for.
Perhaps I went overboard with propagating plant food (again my view is influenced by what I've found on Google scholar). The variety of what foods different ethnicities can tolerate seems to be huge. It seems to me plenty of people with European ancestry cannot tolerate high amounts of plant foods unlike people in my side of the world (as a counterexample, I've been eating nearly two pounds of fruits and veggies for 8 years now). From what I've seen online, people who respond very well to a carnivore/meat based seem mostly of European descent.
My personal experience from eating a meat heavy diet vs a lacto-vegetarian one is that some aspects of my health have improved (eg: haven't had cravings in years). But I also suspect some minor nutrient deficiencies (or could be something else) developed over the years. I'll see if supplements will fix it. Perhaps my issues are not too serious because my breakfast is primarily animal food. By morning hopefully yesterday's anti-nutrients are out of my system/small intestine, so breakfast is well absorbed.
The main reason I stick with this diet is the perceptual change I experienced on it (it's from yoga where such a diet has been recommended throughout its history). But the nutrient deficiencies (or whatever it is) remains an open problem.
I really appreciated these insights (adding for my notes):
A well balanced diet doesn't mean a reaction/adverse effect free diet (hence the need to experiment). Supplements won't fix the issues other than malnutrition like dysbiosis, bloat, leaky gut, lipopolysaccharide poisoning, immune aggrevation etc. from wrong food
The right diet shouldn't need will power to sustain.
One of the signs of malnutrition is feeling hungry/cravings despite getting sufficient calories. That's because the body needs nutrients so it urges you to keep eating.
That being said, I think good nutrition is more than just getting the current list of "essential nutrients". Otherwise supplements would be the most nutrient dense food of all. Examples:
The definition of "essential" is overly conservative (anything that can be synthesized in the body is non-essential). For example, glycine is not an essential amino acid because it can be synthesized in the body. Yet it is estimated that people don't produce enough by about 10 grams per day for a 70kg person: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20093739/
Glycine supplementation is known to prolong life: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6516426/
The role of fiber is understated. Soluble fiber can alter gut microbiome favorably, leads to the production of short chain fatty acids (whose list of benefits exceeds that of some essential nutrients), hydrogen etc. which have a huge number of effects on health. There's a lot of research to be done in this area.
Plant phytonutrients/toxins have a hormetic effect on the body among other benefits. One I'd like to specifically point is ergothioneine. The body has a transporter specifically for this chemical, gathers it in millimolar concentrations in some tissues and even recycles it. Yet it isn't considered an essential nutrient, probably because no signs of disease have been observed in this regard (no consideration given to loss of health without obvious disease symptoms).
From what I've heard the RDA is set based on what prevents symptoms of disease, rather than what's optimal for health. I haven't verified this though.
Understating the role of nutrient absorption. Nutrient content is calculated based on what's in the food. But how much can be absorbed? Humans lack the digestive power of our ape cousins (shorter intestines, lower large intestine volume, no coprophagy etc.) Humans can make up for this by cooking, grinding, fermenting their food before intake. But ideal food preparation, bad food combinations etc. is never discussed under "good nutrition".
No mention of calorie restriction and fasting for its life prolonging effects which IMO should be included under the heading of good nutrition...
Tl;dr: We need a new branch of "preventive medicine" that deals with such things
Watch 3:45 onwards frame by frame. Just before he goes down, his jacket (right side) moves with a burst of wind. Was that faked?
Aren't the repercussions of the Ukraine war for the West are largely of their own making? If they had maintained status quo, rather than trying to sanction Russia, the repercussions would've been far lesser. So why did they (knowingly) hurt themselves? Makes you wonder if they're all part of the same team, and the war is just yet another theater act.
Perhaps moving towards a West where the government is "forced" to "downsize" its balance sheet and allow private firms to take over?
Also if the currency collapses, we'd need a new one. And in comes a consortium of private firms and banks to launch their own transnational Central Bank and issue their own (crypto)currency? People perhaps given the option of selling their assets to get a hold of the new currency, so they can buy food grown in corporate farms, and live in corporate owned homes etc. They have their own bank so they can print whatever they want.
Once corporations buy assets, they never sell them back. A world where these corporations own everything and you rent stuff from them ("own nothing and be happy"). So you better be nice or you could get cancelled by the Consortium.
Conspiracy angle: Create a shortage and blame it on the farmers (working class)? The protest may be real, but the shortage will affect whom the most?
Reminds me of the speculation around trucker protest -> supply chain hit (whatever happened to that?)
One of the important rules is to be careful of anything being promoted on MSM..
When I saw the title the scientist in me cringed reflexively BUT was also aware that hidden assumptions in our thinking can lead to incorrectness. So I watched with an open mind and I'm glad you posted the video.
I'm now willing to believe, and will hunt down the references they mentioned to verify.
The majority of scientists are also conformist types, ironically. They won't speak up even if they disagree e.g. the average medical professional from 2020 onwards.
One exception in the STEM fields where real science is still the only science and still honestly pursued: Mathematics (and its children like statistics and theoretical computer science). Also the most democratic of sciences. With the advent of sci-hub and libgen, even some janitor at MIT (hehe), can go head to head with ivy league types.
The diametric opposite is probably medical science (at least as it is practiced in doctors' offices and big pharma labs). Lots of promising research directions not getting funded as well.
I know eh. Right when normies saw that Twitter was mostly just manufactured sentiment (by bots and algorithms) and were leaving for other places . Boom. In comes the switch to draw them back in it, and avoid losing their influence machinery.
Wonder what Elon Musk gains by sinking $40+ billion into Twitter? I don't believe he's being generous just for us.
Yeah next step might be international corporations coming together to start their own private bank. Economy tanks, so this private bank steps in to issue currency (let's call it "Cabal Coin"). May need to disincentivize existing crypto though, so their currency is the only practical solution (eg: businesses and government accept Cabal coins but no other crypto).
Then people may need to sell their assets to this consortium to obtain Cabal Coins to buy food (currency is too devalued a la Weimar Republic). Basically they get your assets and you get money they created out of thin air (same as Fiat, but at least you still have alternative assets).
Final outcome: We move closer to you own nothing and are happy.
Putin suspended fertilizer exports from Russia due to the sanctions (13% of world's production is in Russia, of which I'm not sure how much they use).
Fits in well with the supply chain disruption theme of 2022.
Supply chain disruptions incoming. My speculation:
This plus the Russian stuff plus some other stuff like Cyber Polygon style attacks will crash the economy ->
print more money ->
hyperinflation and worthless fiat (just like ol' Weimar Republic)->
new transnational currency backed by corporations or their own private Central Bank ->
you get new currency by exchanging your assets for it so you can buy food and shelter with it (eg: They own many farms and houses, and they only take new currency) ->
Massive crash in asset prices, they get to buy the remaining assets cheaply (probably in "partnership" with the government through a Trust or something, so it doesn't look like the takeover attempt that it is) ->
You own nothing and you are happy
The similarities in various Indo-European cultures is fascinating.
My apologies. I was momentarily saddened when I was thinking about what was lost. It was knee jerk emotional reflex to write that. I don't hate Muslims and Christians personally.
Or are you talking about Jews in particular? Yes trust me I understand that currently what is happening, ((they)) are pulling the strings. Even if they aren't the ultimate head of the snake, they do have their hand on the knife that is being used to kill. But I was talking from the perspective of 99.999% of India. Almost none of the are aware of the conspiracies that exist in the West. All they see (and have been taught) is that Jews have been persecuted, so they see some similarity to their own situation. There are many parallels between Israel and India in terms of demographics (% of minority), timeline (both created just 1 year apart), both being ancient civilizations etc.
Unlike the West, historically there was never a noteworthy Jewish presence in India, so they're innocent about it (unlike the countries which had enough and kicked them out). They think Jews are some kind of allies, simply because publicly Israel has always supported the Indian state.