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No the poster is not an ignoramus....you are underinformed and choosing to snipe another to defend the status quo perspective you choose to carry....I believe the peer approval[con-job artificially engineered by the owners of Publishing companies who are TPTB] based status quo to be undermined and controlled with absolution in many Countries.
you will only discover what you are allowed to discover.This is not good enough for most of us.We arent waiting anymore.
it always will be.....and on that note computers and software and how things work is a BANG-ON template for illustrating how genetics and DNA and our bodies phsyiology works.....it is easy to explain these topics to kids today using this paralell......
Dont make me start solving genetic and DNA riddles here for free out of frustration.Please.
originally posted by: Astrocyte
I'll put it in simpler terms which I hope you can understand:
Just because some information related to scientific discovery is withheld by corporate/government obstructionism, does not mean everything that is learned derives from elite black-op programs.
This applies no more than to the field of biology, which is easily the most heavily subsidized field in both university departments and private researching institutions today.
I really do hope you can understand this. If you can't, your amygdalae must be massive - as you cannot seem to come to the proper deductions about what is likely versus unlikely, given the evidence.
POTSDAM — A Clarkson University research project could someday help preserve the lives of wounded soldiers. Evgeny Katz, a professor in the chemistry and biomolecular science department, is studying biomarkers, chemicals the body releases that indicate health or illness, to determine what chemicals are released when the body suffers a traumatic injury. The project is being funded by the Department of Defense and will eventually be used to monitor certain chemicals in the body and administer others to keep injured soldiers alive. "This soldier was injured in (his) brain and we can recognize it immediately," said Mr. Katz, who is originally from Israel. "The system can immediately supply some drug to protect the soldier from immediate death and keep him alive until the hospital."
The system will analyze the chemicals, and chemical reactions, found in bodily fluids to determine what kind of injury there is and what kinds of chemicals need to be administered to keep a person stable until help arrives. It then administers those chemicals automatically. A system of electrodes analyzes levels of dozens of chemicals found in the body, like glucose, lactate and norepinephrine, a hormone. It can determine, based on levels of each of the chemicals, if a body is functioning normally or if it has been injured. It can then specify what kind of injury has been sustained and what chemicals are necessary to keep a person alive. And it's all done without a computer or outside inputs, unlike other systems. "Modern computers do not process chemical information," Mr. Katz said. "It is much simpler than computers, simpler to process. We don't need a computer, we don't need to watch movies, we don't need to open the Internet.
originally posted by: Sapphire
a reply to: 727Sky
I'm always skeptical when i see articles like this, as amazing as it is. The medical world would never allow it to be used for the general population, they'd lose billions. And as you mentioned, it could also be used for the opposite purpose it was created for, which i have no doubt it would be.
originally posted by: Xaphan
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes
I'd still be willing to take my chances on it. There are two courses of action when dealing with illness (or any other negative aspect of life): faith in something that in all probability isn't even there, or taking initiative and fixing this sh*tty disaster of a blueprint the universe left for us.