Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The Stoned Ape Theory of Evolution

The Stoned Ape Theory of Evolution

a couple Hundred Thousand years ago the small brain case ancestors of humans, came down from the trees and started foraging for fruit, carbohydrates, protein, water and psilocybin containing fungi or "magic" mushrooms. We never went back to the tress That is right folks, we ate magic mushrooms and suddenly (in cosmic time) a species has a brain that can put people on the moon. We had become like the Gods of old. Adding a psychedelic drug to an apes diet for a quarter million years must have a significant influence. We know psilocin has a huge influence as a medicine for mental illness - this is confirmed by very recent studies over and over. This process in large or some measure gave us. through enhanced serotonin activity, our pre- and enlarged frontal cortex, the most highly evolved thinking mechanism of any species found to date.

This magic mushroom eating orgy, went on
for over 100 000 thousand years - it still continues and now after a brief hiatus in western medieval civilization has gained medical value. Psilocybin metabolizes into Psilocin which is 2 carbon atoms away from BEING serotonin - it is as close a molecule as one can get, to that happy inducing molecule serotonin. Strictly chemically speaking psilocin is remarkable - DMT is also very similar to serotonin and works on the same 2a, 2c serotonin receptors but DMT is missing a perhaps essential oxygen atom- Either way psilocin was available to our ancestors in abundance and they did partake in abundance and did so for significant time periods - and hence psilocin's potency in this theory,

This is why magic mushrooms are such a revolutionary medicine. Nature just happens to have given us the chemical which modulates emotion, personality, learning, intelligence, loves, creativity and many other traits essential to our species existence. Only it does so by being "read" differently by the receptor protein, this is the answer to why serotonin and psilocin do not cause the same effect, as one may rationally think. Thankfully the protein "reads" the two molecules differently allowing for hasty brain growth. These proteins, called G-proteins "unwind" after "reading" the molecule atom by atom. So serotonin and psilocin will have different signalling protocols after "reading" the molecule they have grappled onto.  

So imagine the G-Proteins' attached to each serotonin 2a and 2c receptor are activated or excited, for 100 000 years in exotic ways, novel ways. Ways that are significantly different to serotonin's main functions - modulating the traits of higher human consciousnesses.

Recent scientific studies by MAPS have clearly shown psilocin can treat smoking addiction and depression in 60-80% of cases when combined with cognitive behavioral therapy prior to a single dose of psilocin.  These results are literally unparalleled in medicine and have so much more efficacy than anything else on the market. It provides its magic properties because Psilocin encourages neurons which have weak pathways to become stronger. They change the brain using neuroplasticity. It is like decades of therapy in a few hours.
Now Imagine this process of serotonin pathway strengthening and enhancing, although not coupled with modern cognitive behavioural therapy for 100 000 years as our evolutionary ancestors did, as they built up the brains size using this method of serotonin enhancement. Our current doubled brain size can be largely or in part explained by this idea. The frontal cortex evolves due to this novel stimuli which allows the evolution of complex human traits modulated by serotonin 2a and 2c,

This hypothesis does not account necessarily for all intellectual evolution in recent hominids. It does not need to either in order to be valid. It is valid as scientific evidence has shown it puts all other treatments for smoking and or depression to shame at present. This fact alone lends credence to the idea that a hungry foraging species may have been aided by psychedelic fungi - we have big brains because we used our brains in creative ways giving us larger brains from each psilocin eating generation as it, a species now "awake" raises the next prehistoric generation of soon to be humans...

Brady thanks. 3fs


Thursday, March 23, 2017

Time Crystals with Dr. Fizicks

Brady here, For everyone demanding more (or not complete lay term) information on Time Crystals I present Fizicks, PhD:

It's actually really cool shit. Most of Wilczek's work came in the field of theoretical particle physics and quantum field theories. But quantum field theories also apply to condensed matter systems: systems with large numbers of particles that exhibit intricate quantum behaviors. There are degrees of freedom to any system -- ways that it can change or adjust -- both classical or quantum. The idea of a time crystal, in both classical and quantum versions, is that it should repeat its configuration, so long as it stays in its ground state, periodically in time. Just as a normal crystal repeats its configured molecular/atomic pattern periodically in space, a time crystal should have this same property except for time.
The obvious problem was that if you're moving from one state to another to another, and then back to your initial state, that would appear to indicate some type of perpetual motion, which shouldn't be possible due to the conservation of energy. In fact, there's even a theorem forbidding this behavior for classical systems, and it's been thought to be strictly forbidden for quantum ones as well.
As it turned out, though a team in 2016 (maybe late 2015...can't recall), came up with a scheme where the creation of these time crystals actually seemed possible. Instead of a closed, constant system, he proposed taking the system out-of-equilibrium. By driving the system externally -- making it an "open" instead of a "closed" system -- they realized that, at least in theory, there were some physical conditions under which this time-translation-symmetry could be broken.
The two things that needed to be varied in the model were the Ising interaction strength, which represents the dipole moments of the atomic spins, and spin-echo pulse imperfections, which represents the external driving of the crystal. For certain classes of combinations, this should yield a time crystal
I'm pretty sure this was verified a couple of times by Harvard researchers actually.
Driving a system isn't a very common term outside the physics world but it essentially means that you send a "spin-flip pulse" of a particular strength through the system. And what you get is a periodic response that's directly proportional to the time at which you're pulsing the system.
Still, time crystals as Wilczek originally envisioned them -- in systems in thermal equilibrium -- really do appear to be impossible. You have to have an open system, and the system needs to be driven at a periodic frequency with imperfections that aren't too large. Over-drive it, and the crystal will "melt," losing the properties that made it so interesting in a periodic fashion. We still haven't crystallized time, and likely never will. But the ability to make a system, that when all you do is pulse it in a particular way, returns, periodically, to a uniform state over and over again, is fucking amazing.
Someday in the not-too-distant future, there may be a Nobel Prize handed out for this.

WOW Thank-you Fizicks for helping us digest this amazing new discovery!

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Time Crystal Have Been Discovered After Predicted in 2012

Ok Prepare for Mind Fuckery! My friend' fizicks must weigh in here lol.

Time Crystals, predicted by renowned Physicist Frank Wilszek just five years ago, Have Been Discovered! In truth they have been made in laboratories, one such Time Crystal was made in 2017 in California by an upcoming Asian boss physicist..

Time Crystals have something to do with Zero-point Energy. Feynman predicted there is enough energy in the vacuum of a light bulb to boil the worlds oceans. Electrons at absolute zero still have energy due to the "uncertainty principle". I am no physicist but it appears Time Crystals will allow us to learn more about the Theory of Time, and more generally Quantum Field Theory (AKA modern physics).

Thanks Brady.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Are you Islamophobic in Canadian Law?

Islamophobia: A Challenge for Us All outlined the following eight recurring views of Islam that constitute Islamophobia:[12]
(1) seeing Islam "as a monolithic bloc, static and unresponsive to change";

It is unresponsive to change in the manner fit for the 21st century (see pew polls of Muslims beliefs). Hatred of Islamic Doctrine should not be conflated with an innate bigotry toward Muslims as People.
(2) seeing Islam "as separate and ‘other’" without "values in common with other cultures", being neither affected by them nor having any influence on them;

Yes we share similar values, this probably has little to do with an iron age book though.

(3) seeing Islam as "inferior to the West", more specifically, "as barbaric, irrational, primitive and sexist";

 Islam and the self professed "prophet" Mohammed WERE barbaric irrational, primitive and kept sex slaves... anything else sir?
(4) seeing Islam "as violent, aggressive, threatening, supportive of terrorism and engaged in a ‘clash of civilisations’";
'Islam has nothing to do with the Islamic State argument' is false. It has almost everything to do with it. Give us all a break. The House of Islam and the House of War!? Islam means submission to Allah.
(5) seeing Islam "as a political ideology used for political or military advantage";

It is used as a military ideology so why can we not view it as such?  Denial helps no-one.
(6) "reject[ing] out of hand" criticisms made of the West by Islam dismissing criticisms of the West made by Islam;
Agreed we should hear their ridiculous ideas first. Then dismiss them once deemed absurd.
(7) using "hostility towards Islam... to justify discriminatory practices towards Muslims and exclusion of Muslims from mainstream society";

Sure, I do not encourage hatred toward Muslims as people. I hate Islam not Muslims. To conflate the two is an error on your part.
(8) seeing anti-Muslim hostility "as natural or normal".

It is normal to be Anti-Islam. it is not normal to be anti-Muslims as people. They are just confused or ignorant and need help. Help in the form of a stern denunciation of Islam as a set of ideas. A set of terrible, sexist, backward ideas.

Brady Fair.