Woman Without Medical Degree or PhD Wins Nobel Prize for Anti-Malaria Medicine

She Had No Medical Degree or PhD But Just Won Nobel Prize for Medicine

Read somewhere too, chlorine allegedly cures malaria. Not sure of that. Even if it did think I would like the Chinese based cure better. Kind of sounds like absinthe though I’m sure it probably is not that exactly.

This also proves a theory of mine. One does not need a degree from higher education in order to solve problems, reach aspirations, goals. Of course Henry Ford kind of proves that as well. He only attained a third grade education yet created Ford Motor Company.


Obama fried

President Barack Obama: Well– Steve, I got to tell you, if you think
that running your economy into the ground and having to send troops
in, in order to prop up your only ally is leadership, then we’ve got a
different definition of leadership.

I have to ask the obvious. What exactly is Obama doing? Oh yes, the same exact things he is accusing Mr. Putin of doing. The trouble being Mr. Putin is not doing these things. Russia’s total debt to everyone in the world has been paid in full. Look it up, they recently paid off all their debts. Russia is doing fine economically, thriving in fact. The U.S. … not so much.

“Tides out, Bud.”

The Stock Markets Of The 10 Largest Global Economies Are All Crashing

Let them. It may be time people are ready to bid farewell to big business, government, money. We can use Hour Money as a replacement, or barter. We can enlist ourselves into voluntarism to do things like fixing roads, building schools and homes, protecting children from abuse.

We, common people can achieve a great deal without any government, big business. More often than not these bigs end up being part of if not all of the problem, or exacerbate with their own prefab solutions. Grow and eat local, create a community garden. Plan ahead in your growing. Grow three times your need. Your community can then offer 1/3 free to the community’s truly needy. Another 1/3 can be used as barter with a neighboring community, attain extra crops your community may not have grown, or maybe wool or livestock.

Never poop where you eat. Cats know this instinctively. That means you don’t make a mess where you grow your food, by chemicals, by wastes, incompetence, stupidity. Always mend fences even if they’re still good. But don’t over intrude.

Look for alternate means of energy production. Got surplus energy? Barter it too. 🙂

So, yeah let the markets crash. Maybe they really are not all that big a deal. The common people are waking, coming away from the bigs and back to being common people. They don’t want to keep supporting the bigs that slaughter them, sometimes literally.

An Idea Who’s Time Has Come

How the Government Suppresses Free Energy Technologies

“The gap between what science is clearly capable of and what is available to the consumer mass market is extraordinary, and here really is no need to be using up the world’s fossil fuels and building nuclear plants as if there were no tomorrow, but we do.”

The world’s oil is not a fossil fuel despite what you’ve been led to believe. That is a lie by Rockefeller. See Holographic Disclosure 11.(The Second Warning) to understand why.

“Tremendous market forces and capital involved in government and in the energy and automobile industries make it practically impossible for any promising energy device or technology patent to emerge as a viable and accessible alternative in the real marketplace, and not just appearing on YouTube or at trade shows as prototypes. Alternatives do exist, but why are they not more broadly available?”

There is alternative which will soon be readily available if India has much to say in it. See India Won’t Suppress Tewari’s Free Energy Generator to learn more. I look for the U.S. and it’s N.A.T.O allies to next declare India a den of terrorists in order to wage war on them over this. Sorry, the technology works and does what it says on the tin. It is proven and ready for practical use, is in practical use. Information about this will be disseminated far and wide, freely.

“No power in the ‘verse, gonna stop it.”

“Initiative is doing the right thing without being told.
— Victor Hugo ”

“There is nothing like a dream to create the future.
— Victor Hugo ”

“All the forces in the world are not so powerful as an idea whose time has come.
— Victor Hugo ”

Sweet Tooth

Tooth Aches happen and in my view ought to be stopped. Glad to see the soldiers growing sick of it. Glad too see that some are accepting the moral high road and intervening. They all should as how can a terror such as child sexual abuse not be seen as a terror that it is? Is it not a war on terror? If you neglect or refuse combating this issue are you not as much to blame, or account as terrorist?

If our current POTUS was even the half the leader he imagines himself as being, will he not take our military to task and set a policy to combat this issue? So far it seems he is nowhere near one forth of the leader he would aspire to be. Maybe he too keeps tea boys to serve his tooth aches?

Kind of a shame if someone comes along with a sweet tooth for abusing the abusers, huh?

Sugar, meat & a way to live

Scientists Have Finally Discovered Why Consuming Red Meat Causes Cancer

While humans, as omnivores, can tolerate eating meat (and have been
doing so for many years, but not in the quantity witnessed today) there
is unique sugar named Neu5Gc, found in most mammals but not in humans,
that triggers an immune response which causes inflammation.

This sugar can be found in red meats (pork, beef, and other livestock),
cow’s milk and certain cheeses. Because the human body is not capable of
producing this sugar naturally when the sugar is absorbed into the
tissues, it is perceived as a foreign invader and activates the immune
system. It is suspected that over time, the chronic inflammation caused
by the immune system response plays a role in the development of cancer.

Skimming over the article reveals an axiom intoned by my late
grandfather, ‘too much of a good thing can kill you’. He would say this
to me and uncle as we suffered diarrhea from over-eating freshly hulled
out walnuts. Grandma would set them in the window sashes to dry prior to
picking them for selling.

She would gather the walnuts as soon as they started falling. Pap would
take her around in about twenty-five miles or so from the house to fetch
them. If she could find them further away, and if she could sweet talk
him, he might have gone thirty miles.

He thought in the same manner regarding good honest work, ‘too much of a
good thing can kill you’. No, my Pap was not one to fear working. Only
saw him shy a way from work once.

It was a shock. He had valid reason to avoid the work in that case. He
knew who the work was done to suit and he had sworn to never aid the
person in any way.

Later on, I learned the person in question had rattled Pap in a way that
was direly contrary to everything he held sacred. Once you crossed Pap,
you would never associate with him again. Pap saw that as best for
everyone, he chose to let whoever crossed him be on their way and him on

Also learned it was rather difficult to cross Pap. Whatever this person
had done had to have been real terrible. No one asked Pap why he felt
cross at the person. It was understood we let it be.

What does this have to do with sugar in meat? Well, it reminds me of the
axiom Pap used to live a moderate life. That relates to my life at
present as well.

Got a letter from a possible employer today. It was a typical ‘Dear
John’ letter, letting me know the position had been filled. This did not
upset me, that is another shock.

The employer was looking for someone with a particular skill set. I had
held that skill set once, many a year ago. It would take me longer to
retrain than someone walking in with the current standard of that skill

More time spent retraining equates to more money invested in an
employee. Given the way things stand, I understand there needs to be
more incentive for more expenditure. That only makes sense and cents.

Also been on a bit of a food kick in recent time. Have committed to my
own little axiom, ‘meat is a treat’. Did try vegan for a spell yet it
seemed the more I kept at it the more culture kept pushing back.

Ultimately, it comes back to knowing Pap was and is still right. ‘Too
much of a good thing can kill you’. Miss you, Pap but know you’re out
there getting a mess of fish.

Robotic Doom?

Robots are going to steal the jobs of chefs, salespeople and models, researchers say as they unveil full list of likely robot professions

I did not see any list. There was a video I did not watch. See this as being positive and negative.

On the positive side we could have robots tend to automated hydroponic gardens. They could harvest crops, transport and distribute them. This saves humans from doing the heavy labor.

The negative of that is that humans would not get needed exercise in tending gardens. It also means humans would need to seek out other means of exercising. Humans would get lost in attempting to decide what to do with extra free time.

A positive, robots and computing could divide up food equally. All the inventory control protocols could be followed astringently by the machines ensuring such equality. Everyone would have enough to eat, all the time.

Negative to this would be possible food terrorism. Humans could elicit means to disrupt the distribution chain, inject toxins, delay deliveries or cause inequalities. Food production, distribution would be reliant on electricity or other forms of energy.

Positive to this is that humans could also create a security unit of robots to ensure safe food conditions. Humans could design robots to use solar power, carbon monoxide based power systems which filter out carbon monoxide and expel oxygen. Production facilities could use wind turbines for power.

As much as I see the negatives, the positives seem attractive. Yes jobs will be lost. There will also be new jobs created based upon a need of innovation to solve problems with robotics, as well as long standing problems not involved with robotics.