Jae Kamel’s URLs.
The Groundhog Edition
November 2017 Update
Bush Free for Your Protection
Presented in 4D..
I. Non-Frankenfood Sites and Health.
II. More Social Issues.
III. More Electromagnetism and Biology.
IV. More Reference Links.
V. More Enlightenment.
VI. Music and Video.
2013 Update: This category is now more limited to non-GMO sites only. For other sites on vegan, vegetarian, and animal protection issues, see II. More Social Issues below.
http://newhope.com/managing-your-business/vegco-market-aims-be-first-100-plant-based-costco }The not-yet-open VegCo Market in Phoenix, Ariz., aims to take on nearly every challenge facing natural retail today: stock non-GMO; make natural and organic food affordable; source locally; provide food in a food desert; help customers live more sustainably; and meet the growing demand for plant-based diets. Francois, a vegetarian all her life and now vegan, woke up one morning and had a vision of VegCo, a large supermarket that was completely plant-based with a membership model a la Costco. The market will also have a deli, bakery, in-store cooking classes and gardening and lifestyle courses that are open to the public.
The products listed below have been evaluated by a third-party technical administrator and meet the Non-GMO Project’s Standard for GMO avoidance. Due to production schedules and inventory back stock, there may be product in circulation that has been produced prior to a product achieving verification. Please look for the Non-GMO Project seal on packaging to ensure that the product you are purchasing is Non-GMO Project Verified.
with GM food,” including infertility, immune problems, accelerated aging, insulin regulation, and changes in major organs and the gastrointestinal system.
Compilation Copyright Gillian C Grannum, Ph.D. , Revised January 2017 – All Rights Reserved.
II. More Social Issues, including vegan & vegetarian:
2. (Biology) an animal or plant that is native to a particular region. [from Greek autokhthōn from the earth itself, from auto- + khthōn the earth]). Site is current 26dec15. Tribes are listed by language. Links lead to the websites of particular extant tribes. The sites we checked are all current. “Drill-down” to any particular tribes. Tribes are described by geographic area and many maps are linked to, some historical. Recommended.
organization focusing on education and advocacy, providing civic engagement tools to the public, and building the progressive movement by encouraging and supporting the development of more grassroots leaders.
Before I go there, I ought to first provide basic definitions of a couple of other concepts that will be central to my writings here: neuro-diversity and the neuro-diversity paradigm. Unlike the term neuro-cosmopolitanism, which I coined myself, the term neuro-diversity has been around since at least 1999, and in recent years has begun to come into widespread usage. However, many people are still unfamiliar with it, or are still unclear on its meaning. So, as a great believer in being clear about the definitions of one’s terms, that’s where I’ll start.
life. We leverage our voice-bank and proprietary voice blending technology to create unique vocal persona for any device that turns text into speech. Now, any voice can be heard. By crowd-sourcing the collection of voices, anyone can record from the comfort of their own home. Share your voice with others, or bank it for yourself. Over 11,000 speakers from over 110 countries have contributed over 4.5 million sentences to our growing spoken repository, The Human Voicebank.
http://www.vrg.org/restaurant/index.php }Welcome to the online version of Vegetarian Journal's Guide to Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in the U.S. and Canada! When we first started this project in 1993, there were about 55 vegan restaurants. Now we have over 500 completely vegan dining locations, in addition to thousands of other restaurants where you can find vegetarian/vegan food. Other features and links in the left margin.
https://whatscookingamerica.net/category/culinary-dictionary/ }The Culinary Dictionary. Note that there are two current pronunciations of that word, and we Highly Recommend Culinary, rhymes with cue, cuticle, cute, and so on. The Dictionary is indexed on two pages and has thumbnails. Recommended.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fine_(wine)#F }Wikipedia’s fair collection of wine terms. They also have a viticulture list, etc.
http://www.winemag.com/glossary/ }Glossary of wine terms from the Wine Enthusiast.
https://foodfreedom.wordpress.com/?wref=bif }Food Freedom:Decentralize, Grow Your Own, Buy Local. This page and site are current only through 2014; and “the new site” seems down or something. But, included here for the excellent Link List!. 416 total links on the page. Note that some of the sites linked to are “down” as well.
III. More Electromagnetism and Biology.paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa081902a.htm }Tim Ventura interviewed about his lifter.
http://www.anti-agingfirewalls.com/2012/12/26/microtubules-the-intra-cellular-transport-system-health-and-longevity/ }Microtubules play important and ever-changing structural roles in cells, play key roles in embryo development and cell division, are the basis for the intra-cellular molecular transport system, and most likely play important roles in gene activation and epigenetic processes. I focus here on some essential things known about microtubules, and the cargo-carrying motor proteins that run along them. And I also review some facts about nuclear membranes within cells that must be crossed for intra-cellular signaling and transport. I discuss why microtubules are extremely important and review some of their known roles in aging and age-related disease processes. Some of the basic research described here dates back into the 1990s. And some important findings related to histone epigenetics, mitochondria, and the transport of P53 are absolutely current and could be highly relevant to cancer, to neurological diseases, and to aging.
translated into the intrinsic, brain-specific code. Direct stimulation of these codes within the human temporal or limbic cortices by applied electromagnetic patterns may require energy levels which are within the range of both geomagnetic activity and contemporary communication networks. A process which is coupled to the narrow band of brain temperature could allow all normal human brains to be affected by a subharmonic whose frequency range at about 10 Hz would only vary by 0.1 Hz. 2016 Update: Site is temporarily suspended. Replacements:
jnaudin.free.fr/html/tvlift2.htm }videos and stats about the lifters; links. “Antigravity” here means, Electromagnetism.
The control group experienced an average improvement in repetitions from Monday to Thursday of 2.3% ;
The placebo group experienced an average improvement in repetitions from Monday to Thursday of 4.9% ;
The LifeWave™ group experienced an average improvement in repetitions from Monday to Thursday of 34% .
https://www.nature.com/articles/nrm3853 }Vesicles, organelles and other intracellular cargo are transported by kinesin and dynein motors, which move in opposite directions along microtubules. This bidirectional cargo movement is frequently described as a 'tug of war' between oppositely directed molecular motors attached to the same cargo. However, although many experimental and modelling studies support the tug-of-war paradigm, numerous knockout and inhibition studies in various systems have found that inhibiting one motor leads to diminished motility in both directions, which is a 'paradox of co-dependence' that challenges the paradigm. In an effort to resolve this paradox, three classes of bidirectional transport models — microtubule tethering, mechanical activation and steric disinhibition — are proposed, and a general mathematical modelling framework for bidirectional cargo transport is put forward to guide future experiments.
contains much data hinting at an important role for bioelectromagnetic phenomena as a mediator of morphogenetic information in many contexts relevant to embryonic development. This review attempts to highlight briefly some of the most promising (and often under-appreciated) findings that are of high relevance for understanding the biophysical factors mediating morphogenetic signals in biological systems. These data originate from contexts including embryonic development, neoplasm, and regeneration."
Dynein is a family of cytoskeletal motor proteins that move along microtubules in cells. They convert the chemical energy stored in ATP to mechanical work. Dynein transports various cellular cargos, provides forces and displacements important in mitosis, and drives the beat of eukaryotic cilia and flagella. All of these functions rely on dynein's ability to move towards the minus-end of the microtubules, known as retrograde transport, thus, they are called "minus-end directed motors". In contrast, kinesin motor proteins move toward the microtubules' plus end.
EGR-1 is a mammalian transcription factor. It was also named Krox-24, TIS8, and ZENK. It was originally discovered in mice.
A kinesin is a protein belonging to a class of motor proteins found in eukaryotic cells. Kinesins move along microtubule (MT) filaments, and are powered by the hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) (thus kinesins are ATPases). The active movement of kinesins supports several cellular functions including mitosis, meiosis and transport of cellular cargo, such as in axonal transport. Most kinesins walk towards the positive end of a microtubule, which, in most cells, entails transporting cargo such as protein and membrane components from the centre of the cell towards the periphery. This form of transport is known as anterograde transport. In contrast, dyneins are motor proteins that move toward the microtubules' negative end.
digitalgallery.nypl.org }685,000 documents and images from the NYPL.
unstats.un.org }The United Nations’ Statistics Division. This is the Apex Entity of the Global Statistical System.
V. More Enlightenment. (See also Harmony’s List, and The Free List)
existence; they could be described as the Transcendental, the Transcendental in the Phenomenal, and the Phenomenal. The third theme is that enlightenment goes on so far down the road, taking us to domains higher than the human, that we may as well say that enlightenment is endless. The fact that enlightenment is endless can lead to some difficulties in communication. Some writers will use the same word "enlightenment" to refer to events located at different places on the spectrum of illumination. The one word is used to fit all events, a practice that is not accurate and blurs useful distinctions. As an unenlightened being, I am not in a place to edit the texts of the masters so as to favour one overall representational scheme of enlightenment. My only aim here is to have enlightenment be understood. If you take this material and write your own book with it, I am happy.
VI. Music and Video.Note: these videos are not sorted by the Categories above, but are grouped together a little. Some of you have noticed that the URLs are alphabetized within each Category; but for the music and videos below, strict alphabetization was not followed.
49:25. Dr. James L. Oschman, spoke on the theme: Human Metabolism Meets Cosmic Metabolism, and touched upon the electric circuits of the human body which regulate virtually every physiological process. The flows of electrons and other charged particles in these circuits give rise to biomagnetic fields that radiate from the body and interact with the fields of earth as well as lunar, solar, interplanetary and interstellar fields.
FAQs:1. Q: Mr. Kamel, why do you use the pronoun ‘we’ when describing websites or answering questions?
2. Q: What do I do if the youtube URL you gave has expired already?
3. Q: What happened to the downloadable PDF of The Body Electric?
4. Q: I have heard that some people complain about soy products, and won’t eat them, sometimes even vegetarians or vegans do. Why do that do that?
A: Most of them are seriously misinformed. Most of that misinformation comes from the meat, poultry, dairy, and fish industries who want to turn people away from soy, and from vegetarianism generally. For instance, the news once reported that soy had high levels of estrogen, and were lead to think this meant human estrogen. Soy contains plant estrogen, which is rather different from animal or human estrogen, and harmless to humans. Then, they were told that soy causes hypothyroidism, and fell for that too. The research there is not-peer-reviewed and is inconclusive. A small number of people are allergic to soy, perhaps <1% of people. All the other bad reactions to soy foods (“products”) come from GM soy, poisoned soy (i.e., insecticides, preservatives, fertilizers, etc.), and eating too much of it. Some of the food allergies to soy are definitely caused by GM soy, as well. As well, it is not recommended to feed soy milk or other foods from soybeans to young children, especially not to infants and toddlers. Soymilk is a delicious substitute for cow’s milk, on their morning cereal, and we recommend this for children age 13 and up. For younger children, there is coconut milk, rice milk, horchata, and other safe substitutes. Soy beans and the products made from them are very nutritious, and can be safely eaten by all vegetarians and vegans, except for the cases above. Also, children can be safely fed small amount of soy-foods, but their diet should be varied.
5. Q: Why are you so concerned about GMO foods? Why should we care?
A: See above. GMO foods (or poisoned foods, as by pesticides, herbicides, etc. )are responsible for most of the food allergies that people have, and they mistakenly blame the foods themselves. Consider also:
A. GMOs are in 75% of the food that you and your family eat from grocery c1stores;
B. GMOs require heavy use of toxic herbicides;
C. GMO corn makes its own pesticides within the corn: it remains in your food;
D. GMO crops cross-pollinate: organic crops are being contaminated;
E. GMOs are labeled in other countries, and should be here.
6. Q: Which foods are from GMO crops?
A: Corn and corn-derived ingredients: 85% of corn is GMO; soy and soy-derived ingredients: 91% of soy is GMO; cotton (cottonseed oil): 71% is GMO; canola (oil): 88% is GMO; sugar beets: 90% are GMO. And there are others (see above).