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Go ahead, log into Netflix. See there the rows of recommendations? That’s not magic: that’s an algorithm. Netflix “remembers” what you watched, how you rated past films, then correlates that data against your viewing habits. A blink-of-an-eye search of the media database then produces “recommendations” based on your preferences. That’s why documentaries about hermetic hoarders […]Continue reading
At the beginning of the year we purchased a NeurOptimal machine. Working with Brainwave Optimization was thrilling, but it was time to upgrade to a totally different realm of neurofeedback. After consulting with a dozen other colleagues in the field, an additional dozen practitioners that use NeurOptimal, and after doing tons of my own research […]Continue reading
Bullet Proof Executive website says this about its founder, Dave Asprey: Silicon Valley investor, computer security expert, and entrepreneur who spent 15 years and $300,000 to hack his own biology. He upgraded his brain by >20 IQ points, lowered his biological age, and lost 100 lbs without using calories or exercise. Dave interviewed Dr. Valdeane […]Continue reading
In 2012 more soldiers took their own life than were killed in the Afghanistan combat and it is estimated that 20% of our 1.7 million warriors that have served in Afghanistan and Iraq have PTSD. By now it is apparent that we must do more to support our troops, and much more CAN be done. […]Continue reading
We are still facing major problems in the mental health of our soldiers. We cannot ignore that there are numerous reasons behind the fact that 22 American veterans take their life every day. It is appalling and the powers that be don’t seem to be moving quickly enough to curb this horrible statistic. One of […]Continue reading