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International Bestselling Author & Renowned Sound Healer Sol Luckman Interviewed on the Higher Side Chats

POTENTIATE YOUR DNA, Vaccine Damage & the Fragmentary Body | International Bestselling Author & Renowned Sound Healer Sol Luckman Interviewed on the Higher Side Chats

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Sol Luckman experienced debilitating effects from the vaccines recommended for international travel, and when he eventually hit a true depression point, was handed an energetic healing modality during a contact experience that he called Regenetics.


1. How Changes Made at the Smallest Molecular Level Signal Cellular & Human Adaptation” by Michael Forrester

When Disease Means Health” by Roseanne Lindsay, ND

3. Notes from the Edge of the Narrative Matrix” by Caitlin Johnstone

5G Wireless: A Ridiculous Front for Global Control” by John Rappoport

Your Brain Overcomes Limitations Using Bias & Prior Beliefs by April McCarthy

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1. How Changes Made at the Smallest Molecular Level Signal Cellular & Human Adaptation

Michael Forrester, PreventDisease.com

Something that has always eluded the scientific paradigm is causation. Science is always far behind simple empirical observation—far behind anything remotely relating to the understanding of ourselves and our universe because it does not assess the subatomic forces that guide all matter. Thus, science only knows correlation. Today, discoveries being made beyond the atomic level are demonstrating how forces within living cells determine how they respond to mechanical forces and the human body itself.

A model that integrates rather than separates chemistry and physics is on the horizon as more scientists research the integration of all forces beyond the atomic level of observation. Physics and chemistry will likely be rewritten in many ways as researchers gain a better understanding of the effect of energetic resonance on all things balanced between interacting forces.

While most of biology and medicine focus on the key roles genes and chemicals play in the formation and control of living systems, the spatial arrangement of the components that make up those systems and the physical forces they experience are being increasingly recognized as equally important. Donald Ingber, MD, PhD, Founding Director of the Wyss Institute at Harvard University, started investigating this “architecture of life” over thirty-five years ago, and discovered that Nature uses an architectural principle known as “tensegrity” (short for “tensional integrity”) to stabilize the shapes of living cells and to determine how they respond to mechanical forces.

Biotensegrity is a fairly new approach to learning more about how the human body works. This principle is based on the idea that our bodies are mainly tensegrity structures, and that our bones don’t pass load directly to each other. As such, forces flow through our fascial structures and muscles primarily instead of flowing continuously through the bones. Just as experiencing strong emotions synchronizes brain activity across individuals, tensegrity structures would also synchronize structures within the human body itself.

Tensegrity structures consist of elements that are either in a state of tension or compression, and the balance between those interacting forces allows such structures to stabilize themselves in a state of isometric tension, much like muscles and bones in our bodies. This internal tension or “prestress” allows the entire structure to withstand stresses from outside forces, deform in a controlled way, and spontaneously pop back to its original shape when the stress is removed. The idea that tensegrity dictates the shape and organization of living cells was initially controversial, but as a result of experimental validation in multiple systems, it has gained greater acceptance over time.

A tensegrity model illustrates that it is possible to create a mobile and flexible spinal column in which the vertebrae float apart from each other. What’s amazing about this model is that the vertebrae remain separated as long as the tension elements are intact. Thus, you can rotate them, press down on them, and even turn them upside down. It is also through this explanation that we can better understand the cause of various spinal dysfunctions, such as bulging disks.

Tensegrity can also be hierarchical, in that each structural element can itself be a tensegrity structure on a smaller scale, with tensional integrity being maintained both locally and globally. Based on these properties, Ingber also proposed in a Scientific American article in 1998 that tensegrity could apply beyond the cellular level to all size scales of life, from atoms to whole organisms. Recent work by Ingber and others has provided experimental support for this hypothesis by demonstrating that tensegrity is used at the scale of cellular nuclei, cytoskeletal elements, and individual molecules. However, investigating how tensegrity functions in complex hierarchical structures that undergo dramatic changes in shape and form (like enzymes and other proteins) has proven challenging, partly because of the limitations of existing biological modeling methods.
Using a newly developed multi-scale modeling method, Ingber (who is also the Judah Folkman Professor of Vascular Biology at Harvard Medical School and the Vascular Biology Program at Boston Children’s Hospital, and Professor of Bioengineering at Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences) and Wyss Staff Scientist Charles Reilly have now successfully demonstrated that tensegrity principles are used across various levels of size and structural complexity within living cells. Their work also revealed how tensegrity-based changes in molecular shape can drive the motion of cellular parts. The research, reported in Extreme Mechanics Letters, further elucidates the importance of tensegrity as a fundamental tenet of biology.

The team’s new computational modeling approach takes a holistic view, treating each model as a series of mathematical operations that can dynamically change in response to different inputs rather than a collection of static data points. “The difference between our method and other modeling methods is a bit like the different ways you can use Excel spreadsheets,” says Reilly. “If you manually put a bunch of data into a spreadsheet and then change the contents of one cell, it won’t update the other cells around it. But if you use a formula and feed any data changes through that formula, it automatically updates all the cells in the spreadsheet. That’s essentially what we’re doing, but for multiscale models of biological molecules and systems of varying size and complexity.”

This strategy, also known as “procedural modeling,” enables data from different size scales and formats to be integrated into one multi-scale model, building it from the bottom-up and top-down simultaneously, rather than starting with discrete data sets that each describe only one aspect of the model and trying to reconcile them. In a recent publication in ACS Nano, Reilly and Ingber developed this method by combining computer animation software approaches from the entertainment industry with rigorous molecular dynamics simulation tools commonly used in biological research. They used this novel simulation approach to build a model of a sperm cell that demonstrates cellular movement from individual dynein protein molecules in the tail all the way up to the whole cell, allowing them to observe how changes at the atomic level are reflected in larger-scale structures. They also leveraged this advance to produce an entertaining animated film for lay audiences that conveys the beauty and wonder of egg fertilization entitled “The Beginning,” which was published along with the paper.

In their newest article, they show that this same model reveals tensegrity at work across multiple size scales in the hierarchical structure of a living cell. At the molecular level, individual dynein molecules whose shapes are stabilized by prestress were found to have areas of increased rigidity around their ATP binding sites, which resist deformation by incoming energy from ATP and instead translate that force into the dynein molecule’s characteristic movement. The collective shape changes of multiple dyneins generate tensional forces that are exerted on the long, compression-resistant microtubules to which they are bound at a larger size scale. These tensional forces then drive cyclic bending of the microtubules, which causes rhythmic flexing of the sperm tail at the whole cell level.

“This is the first study, to our knowledge, that demonstrates the mechanical continuity, strain transfer, and conformational changes that result from chemical energy release from the atomic scale up through the whole-cell level, as well as how tensegrity guides those changes to drive cellular movement,” says Ingber.

The researchers then modeled a new system with the same process: the mitochondrial enzyme ATP synthase, which also exhibits a distinct conformational change that is dictated by the application of force to the enzyme structure, which is propagated via tensegrity. Changing the concentration of the enzyme’s substrate molecule in the model produced an outcome that described how ATP synthase interacts with its microenvironment. Further investigations suggested that the higher prevalence of enzyme molecules on the inner versus outer folds of the mitochondrial cristae could, in fact, contribute to the physical properties of the microenvironment as well, implying that tensegrity also stabilizes structures at the scale of complex multi-molecular interactions.

“We focused our research in this paper on structures at the cellular scale and down, but this modeling method also can be extended to larger structures, such that you can model nearly any multiscale system,” says Reilly. The researchers anticipate that their approach could be used to produce models for a variety of applications, from mechanobiology to cellular signal transduction to decoding the underpinnings of life itself.

“Tensegrity is a good example of a biological design principle that we have been inspired by here at the Wyss Institute, and that we leverage to create new technologies,” adds Ingber. “For example, working with [Founding Core Faculty member and Molecular Robotics co-lead] William Shih, we built tensegrity-based DNA nanodevices that can be programmed to change shape on demand for biomedical applications, and with [Core Faculty member and Bioinspired Robotics co-lead] Radhika Nagpal, we engineered a self-deforming, modular robot that can perform a variety of maneuvers more quickly than traditional robots. Now that we have a modeling approach that validates and incorporates tensegrity, we hope to be able to study and employ it in entirely new and unexpected ways.”

Copyright © PreventDisease.com. All Rights Reserved.

This article, republished with permission, originally appeared here.

Michael Forrester is a writer for PreventDisease.com.

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2. When Disease Means Health

Roseanne Lindsay, ND, Natural Blaze

There is a growing trend in the redefining and reversal of words. Up is down. Black is white. Disease is health. Abnormal is normal.

Only in the modern world is it fashionable to return to medieval times where everything old is new again and visa versa.

Today, where humans are told they are healthier than at any time in history, we see the rise of psychiatric drugging of our children by prescription, where 8 million children, or 1 in 5 kids, have been diagnosed with a mental disorder, including depression.

Over 1 million kids 0-6-years old are casualties of a drug war, stamped and approved by the FDA. This has led to 40% of all kids diagnosed with ADHD, a rise in suicide rates in kids 10-14 yeas old, and teen depression up, at 37%.

Ironically, no mental disease diagnosis is backed up by science. There are no medical tests supporting a “diagnosis.” All diagnoses are based upon the subjective opinion of an MD psychiatrist using a checklist of behavior and thought symptoms from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition, with approved treatments.

Not only are childhood mental diagnosis and drug prescriptions up, but also up are deaths from opioids and school shootings. Not publicized, most all school shootings have been tied to kids taking prescription medications, with direct, negative effects that include psychosis, depression, aggression, suicidal behavior, and death. The government-sanctioned use of drugs that cause the problems they claim to prevent, describe the Opioid Crisis, an epidemic by design.

The same ironic twist of fate describes the flu vaccine. According to Canadian research published in 2016 by the Centers for infectious Disease Research and Policy, the annual flu vaccine increases your risk for flu. The more you get the vaccine, the more likely you get the flu! In other words, the more you see the doctor, the more you see the doctor.

If there is an outbreak of a “vaccine-preventable disease,” such as the measles, then it is the fault of the unvaccinated kids. Never mind that the largest measles outbreak occurred in Quebec, Canada in 2011, where the kids who fell ill were predominately twice-vaccinated. For a long list of disease outbreaks in fully vaccinated populations, see my article, “Vaccine Debate: Ruse to Eliminate Freedom.”

Weaponizing Healthy People

As more people are being made aware of the reversals playing out all around them, they realize how quickly healthy people are being targeted as the cause of disease. Through the media and in the schools, healthy people are being weaponized.

In this process by design, first health is stigmatized then it is weaponized. Stigmatizing health is fast becoming a ritual that demonizes people who care about their health. Health-conscious people are deemed mentally ill, called “health nuts” and diagnosed with “orthorexia nervosa,” which in Latin translates to “nervous about correct eating.” “Orthorexics” are people who live a natural life to avoid disease. They are deemed a threat, and part of the divide-and-conquer tactics of the Hegelian Dialectic.

The writing is on the wall, reversed. No federal agency, including the CDC, is there to ensure safety, but to protect profit, just as many parents know that vaccines do not enhance immunity, but destroy it. Vaccines are the death knell of natural immunity. This is, of course, backed up by science.

However, under “Scientism,” you will not be able to make your case using the science. Science will not determine the outcome in a world of “Reflexive laws” where there are no laws, only agendas. All the laws and all the science must reflect the agenda. Enter The Healthy People 2020 Act.

Unity Means Uniformity

Coming in 2020 is the Healthy People 2020 Act to conform all citizens to accept the cradle-to-grave mandate for the CDC schedule of vaccines. Every citizen will be “caught up” on vaccines to protect the “herd.” And the schedule will continue to expand.

Humanity is a group of sheep and, as sheep, all will be commanded to pull back the wool to accept the mandate. There is no choice if you are part of the herd. It is part of an agenda of conformity and “unity.” Unity is the new politically correct word for uniformity.  Note, all Acts show that all the world is really a stage.

All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances;
And one man in his time plays many parts …
(from As You Like It by William Shakespeare)

What happens to all those prescribed drugs that never get used? Wisconsin is a state that collects more than 30 tons of unused drugs every year.  Of course, what is ingested and processed in the body, and ejected into toilets, will find its way into water systems from which most of us drink. Water processing facilities do not clean out pharmaceutical residues. So birth control pills, hormones and antidepressants all flow into our bodies one way or another.

Is government established to protect anyone?

According to the US Supreme court case Bowers v. Devito: “[T]here is no Constitutional right to be protected by the State. The Constitution is a charter of negative liberties; it tells the state to let the people alone; it does not require the federal government or the state to provide services, even so elementary a service as maintaining law and order.” There is no mutual obligation. In exchange for your vote to the system, you receive a false sense of security.

As we live in a nation under sedation, where disease means health, perhaps it is time to remind ourselves that governments, with their mandates and restrictive laws, are established to let the people alone. That is, unless the word “people” means “herd,” and the word “alone” means “in your face.”

This article, which originally appeared at Natural Blaze, is republished here under a Creative Commons license.

Rosanne Lindsay is a naturopath, health freedom advocate and author of the books The Nature of Healing: Heal the Body, Heal the Planet and Free Your Voice: Heal Your Thyroid. Find her on Facebook at Natureofhealing. Consult with her (Skype or Zoom consults available) at natureofhealing.org. Subscribe to her blog at www.natureofhealing.org/blog.

3. Notes from the Edge of the Narrative Matrix

Caitlin Johnstone

Most human suffering is due to believed mental stories, from the psychological suffering of the individual to the large-scale suffering caused by international power structures who advance violence and oppression via propaganda. We must evolve a new relationship with narrative.

Most people’s lives are dominated by mental story, so whoever can control those stories controls the people. The good news is that all we need to do to reclaim our world from the controllers is to reclaim our stories. The barrier between us and freedom is as thin as a fairy tale.

I talk about fighting establishment narrative control a lot, not because it’s the best way to change things, but because it’s the only way. The public will never, ever use the power of their numbers to change things so long as they’re being successfully propagandized not to.

We are bulldozing a paradise while praying we go to Heaven when we die. We are killing off giant-brained leviathans in our own oceans whose mental lives we know little about while searching the stars for intelligent life. We are burning our home in our search for a sense of home.

The most condescending sound in the known universe is Bill Maher’s voice.

Joe Biden could slip into a coma tomorrow and they’d still wheel him out to the debates with the words “NOT TRUMP” scribbled on his forehead in sharpie. And he’d continue to poll in the mid-to-high twenties.

We are about three years from watching President Biden say he’s working with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to win the Cold War, soiling himself at the podium, and then CNN pundits earnestly discussing his similarities and differences to President Obama.

It feels like we’re overdue for another media tour by Steven Pinker to tell us that things are better than ever and our discontent is just imaginary.

“Why doesn’t the left look at Israel exactly the same as every other country, hmmmmmmm???” Because it isn’t exactly the same as every other country. It plays a crucial role in the empire’s geostrategic maneuverings in the Middle East. It’s not about Jews or Judaism, it’s about imperialism.

One of the absolute stupidest things about US politics is how they made regime change in Iran vs. regime change in Syria a partisan wedge issue, and partisans only question possible false flags based on which of those agendas their team cheers for.

If the political/media class wants to treat “proxy forces” and “Iran” like they mean the same thing, then they should have also been saying things like “USA fires rockets into Damascus” and “American troops sodomize Gaddafi with bayonet”.

It infuriates the empire propagandists to no end that after years of carefully crafting a very specific narrative about what’s happening in Syria, anti-imperialist journalists can just fly on over there and look around and report on the things they are seeing.

The US outsources all its ugliest aspects so that American voters don’t have to look at them. It outsources its torture, it outsources its slavery, it outsources its wars, and it outsources the the holding cells for its political prisoners.

In old-style British imperialism, they’d invade your country and replace your flag with theirs. In new-style US imperialism, your country keeps its flag, and the takeover can happen so slyly that the nation’s citizens sometimes don’t even know it’s occurred. It’s much more efficient.

All empires throughout history have had some kind of positive narrative about why it’s right that they should be conquering and dominating the world. The US-centralized empire with its bogus “freedom and democracy” schtick is no different.

If you were to combine all the very worst possible kinds of government with all the very worst possible government actions and roll them all together to create a single nation, that nation would look exactly the same as Saudi Arabia.

The maneuverings of establishment power structures are always made to protect the power they already have and/or to try and obtain more. It’s never anything more exotic or otherworldly than that: the mundane, primitive drive to try and control as many other humans as possible.

International alliances are often thought of as matters of secondary importance, as just something governments do when possible to make themselves a bit safer, wealthier, etc. Actually, uniting nations into one power structure is the goal, and it’s what alliances are really for.

I love a conspiracy enthusiast who can research with an open mind and live comfortably with the fact that there’s a lot we don’t know due to government opacity. I dislike the all-too-common other kind who pretend they know everything about everything and scoff at everyone else.

There are two kinds of people in conspiracy circles: those who have an intellectually honest relationship with what they know and don’t know, and the bullshitters who fake knowing things they don’t. It’s possible to get quite popular in conspiracy circles by faking it. Many do.

There’s an implicit default assumption among the political/media class that US government agencies have earned back the trust they lost with Iraq, despite their having made no changes whatsoever to prevent another Iraq-like horror from reoccurring, or even so much as apologizing.

I talk about Iraq all the time because that’s what everyone should be doing. It’s never been addressed, never been resolved, yet the US war machine and its propaganda apparatus have marched on as though it never happened. It’s a very large elephant in a very important room.

The Trump administration’s relentless fumbling, ham-fisted attempts to manufacture consent for a war with Iran remind me of of a really awkward loser constantly asking the prettiest girl at the office for a date again and again. Give it up, dude. She ain’t into you.

Many on the left care about domestic policy a lot more than they care about foreign policy. Meanwhile, foreign policy is the foremost priority of the establishment they’re trying to take down. This arrangement works out very nicely for the powerful.

“Peace through strength” just means “We’ll take money away from the poor and the needy and use it to beef up our already bloated military so we can bully the world into obedience.” That’s not peace, that’s tyranny.

It shouldn’t be too much to ask for one of America’s two mainstream parties to put forward at least one presidential candidate who opposes all military mass murders and has no plutocratic loyalties. That is not actually an unreasonable thing to demand. Don’t lose sight of this.

You can thank Obama for normalizing the “campaign as a progressive and govern as a Reaganite” strategy which now has Americans mostly clueless as to which Democratic primary candidate will actually represent their interests.

You are infinitely more qualified to report the news than the propagandists of the mainstream media. Even a teenager making a sloppy, amateurish first-time Youtube video about current events is superior to an MSM talking head who’s paid to lie. Be the press.

The establishment doesn’t fear Trump. It doesn’t fear Bernie, and it doesn’t fear Tulsi. It fears you. It fears the people. A single politician they can deal with. The public rising up and using the power of their numbers to force change is what keeps your rulers up at night.

This article, republished under a creative commons license, originally appeared here.

Caitlin Johnstone is a rogue journalist, bogan socialist, anarcho-psychonaut and guerrilla poet.

4. 5G Wireless: A Ridiculous Front for Global Control

Jon Rappoport

First, a few quotes to give a bit of background.

5G speed, for people who must download a whole season of their favorite show in two seconds:

It’s the next (fifth) generation of cellular technology which promises to greatly enhance the speed, coverage and responsiveness of wireless networks. How fast are we talking about? Think 10 to 100 times speedier than your typical cellular connection, and even faster than anything you can get with a physical fiber-optic cable going into your house. (You’ll be able to download a season’s worth of STRANGER THINGS in seconds.) [CNET.com]

Lunatic 5G installation of small transmitters packed close together every few hundred feet:

The next big thing in cellular technology, 5G, will bring lightning-fast wireless Internet—and thousands of antenna-topped poles to many neighborhoods where cell towers have long been banned.

Wireless companies are asking Congress and state lawmakers to make it easier to install the poles by preempting local zoning laws that often restrict them, particularly near homes. The lobbying efforts have alarmed local officials across the country. They say they need to ensure that their communities do not end up with unsightly poles cluttering sidewalks, roadsides and the edges of front yards.

They also are hearing from residents worried about possible long-term health risks. Until now, much of the cell equipment that emits radio-frequency energy has been housed on large towers typically kept hundreds of feet from homes [also harmful to health]. The new “small cell” technology uses far more antennas and transmitters that are smaller and lower-powered, but clustered closer together and lower to the ground. [THE WASHINGTON POST]

I keep hammering on this 5G issue, because it contains the blueprint of a future only elite madmen want.

For the rest of us, it’s a catastrophe in the making.

I’ve covered the extreme health dangers of 5G in another article. Here, I want to flesh out the hidden agenda.

A few decades ago, a movement was started to create an interconnected power grid for the whole planet. We were told this would be the only way to avoid wasting huge amounts of electricity and, voila, bring all nations and all people into a modern 21st century.

But now, it’s a different story, a classic bait and switch. The bait was the promise of One Grid for all. The switch is what 5G will bring us:

100 billion or more NEW devices online, all connected to the Internet and the Cloud. What could be more wasteful? What could be more ridiculous? This is the opposite of sane energy use.

Who really cares whether his 5G-connected refrigerator keeps track of the food items inside it and orders new items when the supply dwindles? Who has to have a 5G driverless car that takes him to work? Who must have a 5G stove that senses what is being cooked and sets the temperature for four minutes? Who lives and who dies if a washing machine doesn’t measure how much soap is stored inside and doesn’t order new soap? Who is demanding a hundred devices in his home that spy on him and record his actions?

With 5G, the ultimate goal is: every device in every home that uses energy will be “its own computer,” and the planetary grid will connect ALL these devices to a monitoring and regulating Energy Authority.

As Patrick Wood details in his classic, Technocracy Rising, that worldwide Energy Authority was the dream of the men who launched the Technocracy movement, in America, in the 1930s.

They set out the key requirements—which weren’t technically possible then, but are quite doable now: continuous real-time measuring of both energy production and energy use from one end of the planet to the other  …

So that both energy production and energy consumption could be controlled. “For the good of all,” of course.

5G is the technology for making this happen.

The Globalists: “We’re promising a stunning long-range future of ‘automatic homes’, where everything is done for you. But really, that’s the cover story. Ultimately, we want to be able to measure every unit of energy used by every device in every home—and through AI, regulate how much energy we will let every individual consume, moment to moment. We control energy. We are the energy masters. If you want to run and operate and dominate the world, you control its energy.”

Terms and projects like smart grid, smart meters, sustainability, Agenda 21, smart cities, climate change—all this is Technocratic planning and justification for Rule through Energy.

The beginning of an actual rational plan for energy would start this way: DUMP 5G. Dump the whole plan of installing small transmitter-cells on buildings and homes and trees and lampposts and fences all over the planet. Forget it. Don’t bring 100 billion new devices online. Aside from the extreme health dangers, it’s ridiculously expensive. It’s on the order of saying we need thousand-foot robots standing on sidewalks washing the windows of office buildings.

If some movie star wants to install 30 generators on his property and have engineers build him an automatic home, where he can sit back, flip a switch, and have three androids carry him into his bathtub and wash him and dry him, fine. But planning a smart city? Who voted for that? Who gave informed consent? Nobody.

A global Energy Authority, of course, is going to decide that a small African country needs to be given much more energy, while Germany or France or the US will have to sacrifice energy for the cause of social justice. But this is yet another con, because you won’t see government cleaning up the contaminated water supplies of that small African country, or installing modern sanitation, or curtailing the forced movement of populations into poverty-stricken cities, or reclaiming vast farm land stolen by mega-corporations and giving that land back to local farmers.

The whole hidden purpose of an Energy Authority is control.

And because the Authority is Globalist and Technocratic, it aims to lower energy use in industrial nations and help wreck their economies, making it much easier to move in and take over those countries.

Who in his right mind would propose a wireless system that relies on many, many, many cells/transmitters placed closely to each other, all over the world? This system would be far more vulnerable to physical disruption than the present 4G.

You can find many articles that claim the US military must have 5G for their most advanced planes—and for their developing AI-controlled weapons. How does that work? Where will all the transmitter/cells be placed on the ground and in the air?? Something is missing here. Is there another version of 5G we’re not being told about? Is geoengineering of the atmosphere the means for tuning up space so 5G signals can be passed along without cells/transmitters?

Part of the US obsession to bring 5G online quickly stems from competition with China, which at the moment is in the lead on developing and exporting the technology. “If China has it, we have to have it sooner and better.” This attitude sidesteps the issue of why we must have 5G in the first place.

And now there are reports that the US government is considering a plan to build the whole 5G network itself—rather than leaving the job to corporations. Of course, a few favored companies (like Google) would be chosen by the government in a non-bid situation to provide VERY significant help. If such a plan were to launch, we would have a very tight club at the top of the communications and energy pyramid. And that club would maximize 5G to expand already-saturated surveillance of populations.

Wouldn’t you—if you had nothing better to do than control the world?

Copyright © Jon Rappoport. All Rights Reserved.

The author of three explosive collections, The Matrix Revealed, Exit from the Matrix and Power Outside the Matrix, Jon Rappoport was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for thirty years, writing articles on politics, medicine and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at www.nomorefakenews.com. To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit from the Matrix, click here.

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5. Your Brain Overcomes Limitations Using Bias & Prior Beliefs

April McCarthy, PreventDisease.com

Imagine trying to write your name so that it can be read in a mirror. Your brain has all of the visual information you need, and you’re a pro at writing your own name. Still, this task is very difficult for most people. That’s because it requires the brain to perform a mental transformation that it’s not familiar with: using what it sees in the mirror to accurately guide your hand to write backward.

MIT neuroscientists have now discovered how the brain tries to compensate for its poor performance in tasks that require this kind of complicated transformation. As it also does in other types of situations where it has little confidence in its own judgments, the brain attempts to overcome its difficulties by relying on previous experiences.

“If you’re doing something that requires a harder mental transformation, and therefore creates more uncertainty and more variability, you rely on your prior beliefs and bias yourself toward what you know how to do well, in order to compensate for that variability,” says Mehrdad Jazayeri, the Robert A. Swanson Career Development Professor of Life Sciences, a member of MIT’s McGovern Institute for Brain Research, and the senior author of the study.

This strategy actually improves overall performance, the researchers report in their study, which appears in the journal Nature Communications. Evan Remington, a McGovern Institute postdoc, is the paper’s lead author, and technical assistant Tiffany Parks is also an author on the paper.

Noisy Computations

Neuroscientists have known for many decades that the brain does not faithfully reproduce exactly what the eyes see or what the ears hear. Instead, there is a great deal of “noise”—random fluctuations of electrical activity in the brain, which can come from uncertainty or ambiguity about what we are seeing or hearing. This uncertainty also comes into play in social interactions, as we try to interpret the motivations of other people, or when recalling memories of past events.

Previous research has revealed many strategies that help the brain to compensate for this uncertainty. Using a framework known as Bayesian integration, the brain combines multiple, potentially conflicting pieces of information and values them according to their reliability. For example, if given information by two sources, we’ll rely more on the one that we believe to be more credible.
In other cases, such as making movements when we’re uncertain exactly how to proceed, the brain will rely on an average of its past experiences. For example, when reaching for a light switch in a dark, unfamiliar room, we’ll move our hand toward a certain height and close to the doorframe, where past experience suggests a light switch might be located.

All of these strategies have been previously shown to work together to increase bias toward a particular outcome, which makes our overall performance better because it reduces variability, Jazayeri says.

Noise can also occur in the mental conversion of sensory information into a motor plan. In many cases, this is a straightforward task in which noise plays a minimal role—for example, reaching for a mug that you can see on your desk. However, for other tasks, such as the mirror-writing exercise, this conversion is much more complicated.

“Your performance will be variable, and it’s not because you don’t know where your hand is, and it’s not because you don’t know where the image is,” Jazayeri says. “It involves an entirely different form of uncertainty, which has to do with processing information. The act of performing mental transformations of information clearly induces variability.”

That type of mental conversion is what the researchers set out to explore in the new study. To do that, they asked subjects to perform three different tasks. For each one, they compared subjects’ performance in a version of the task where mapping sensory information to motor commands was easy, and a version where an extra mental transformation was required.

In one example, the researchers first asked participants to draw a line the same length as a line they were shown, which was always between 5 and 10 centimeters. In the more difficult version, they were asked to draw a line 1.5 times longer than the original line.

The results from this set of experiments, as well as the other two tasks, showed that in the version that required difficult mental transformations, people altered their performance using the same strategies that they use to overcome noise in sensory perception and other realms. For example, in the line-drawing task, in which the participants had to draw lines ranging from 7.5 to 15 centimeters, depending on the length of the original line, they tended to draw lines that were closer to the average length of all the lines they had previously drawn. This made their responses overall less variable and also more accurate.

“This regression to the mean is a very common strategy for making performance better when there is uncertainty,” Jazayeri says.

Noise Reduction

The new findings led the researchers to hypothesize that when people get very good at a task that requires complex computation, the noise will become smaller and less detrimental to overall performance. That is, people will trust their computations more and stop relying on averages.

“As it gets easier, our prediction is the bias will go away, because that computation is no longer a noisy computation,” Jazayeri says. “You believe in the computation; you know the computation is working well.”

The researchers now plan to further study whether people’s biases decrease as they learn to perform a complicated task better. In the experiments they performed for the Nature Communications study, they found some preliminary evidence that trained musicians performed better in a task that involved producing time intervals of a specific duration.

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April McCarthy is a writer for PreventDisease.com.


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