The brain boy business

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This is from other treads Ive posted on how one goes rummy via accumulations of amyloid toxin in the brain. It morphed into
this discussion and observation regarding career types and how those might be related to the problem.
This is spectulation based on my recent observations of other people.
I've been looking at people's faces now for a few months, looking for moles on the face particularly around the bridge of the nose area. Those are rare as it turns out.
With two remarkable exceptions. One of my neighbors an industrial controls genius of some accomplishment has 4 moles on his face, symetrically located above and below the eye on each side close to the bridge of the nose... but in the eye orbit area. good sized, very noticeable.
So I thought its a coincidence. This guy is maybe 45 years old. a native american indian. A very smart guy.
Yesterday I approached a man as he was polishing his motorcycles... and we talked about bikes for a long time and the conversation turned to careers...we had similar careers, his was retired from the controls business he owned...air conditioning controls for larger buildings ... he had 4 symetrically located moles on his face, promient on each side of the nose, but on the cheek areas and about an inch and a half apart..prominent. this guy was maybe 55 or 60. Very bright also.
Industrial controls requires a lot of logical thought that you must hold in your mind as you fathom the entire set of interactions...as these vary from situation to situation, instant to instant... diagrams help... but to fathom the entire mess takes a lot of brain function... for me its taxing. I have to take frequent breaks.
And I have these moles too around the bridge of the nose... mine are not entirely symetical only partically...and not the same sizes like these guys... and some discovered only as the de-amyloid reaction If been posting about inflamed them...
three of the moles (or other smaller prominences) though were visible for years before and had not reacted to my early phase de-amyloiding treatments. those remained inert to the amyloid treatment until recently.. . and have now been reacting for a year and are dissapearing (those are wired directly to areas deep inside the brain..scratching them causes corresponding sensations in various parts of the interior brain etc... and as they dissipate, both ends of the system are attacked at the same time by microglia cells (the nervous systems immune cells) I am getting a lot more stamina fast, stronger and sharper and Im getting some personality changes... I'm much less irritable, I do controls projects with greater and greater ease etc.
I am mentioning this here because early in my research, and posted to USENET with the links, was a piece about what may cause amyloid to plate out in the brain and what are some of the things that create amyloids in the brain... and no one knows yet all of the factors... but this research pointed to brain use as one factor.
The brain cells produce partal protien waste as they operate.
In the industrial controls business, for some of us at least... for whom fathoming controls logistics etc does not come easy...the brain functions are maxed out. It seems we may be generating amyloids, some of which dump to the surface of the skin in repositories where they are seen as moles. Those parts of the brain being wired directly to surface of the skin in the central face area... slightly different spots for each of us depending on how we use our brain function.
I will continue noticing who has these facial moles... the locations...and type of career etc.
In contradiction to this observation is the fact the stay at home women with no careers, and uneducated are more prone to alzheimers disease than career women... and it seems AD is characterized by these amyloid accumulations.
I might check for facial moles in that population...it could be that us controls engineer types, via the stress of using the brain, drive amyoids to the surface more effectively, and along with other educated and active people do not suffer deep brain accumulation as fast as the stay at home people do.
....although I was getting rummy fast starting at about age 50 or 55. (now almost entirely reversed, and Im sharper now on many levels than I was at 25...I am age 64 now.. At age 55 I was getting rummy enough to be a bad or slow driver...
now I ride a crotch rocket type motorcycle lane splitting heavy traffic with the kiddies...I have no problem at all keeping up with the hot shots in SF traffic...thats a hair trigger type pass time... no way could I have done that 5 years ago.).
It seems that working in engineering offices accelerated the problem for me, I know brain deadness is not uncommon at all in those areas for some reason... characterized by a need to compromise oneself with a clients bogus notions, the inadequate notions of others in your own office, and lack of direct feed back on just how bad the engineering this combination produces actually is.
One never has to face the music on such bogus designs..he does the engineering, issues the drawnings that in most cases thats it... then it goes to construction where in many cases the job is completely re-engineered by the contractors so it works.
There may be something in the mix that is causing the brain to go south... perhaps all the bogus dendron arm linkages created by non logical and compromised totins are creating such dissonnance that the brain goes hyper active and generates its own waste products, amyloid types of contaminants, that accelerate brain damage.
Phil Scott
to find the entire amyloid series of threads go to google, click on the 'groups' tab ..do an 'advanced search' fill in only two boxes... Author=Phil Scott
Subject= amyliod. Then other key words on separate searchs as follows amyloids, dendron, neuron, synapse, 'quantum brain', penrose, ganglia.
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Remind me not to leave you alone at the controls of the national power grid :-)
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Honey & Butter still work., Right? Shortly after the War with The Zits comes The Toil with the Bac Files, and the Girls are always amazed. So who really gives a whoot about Brains ? like walnuts there eaten or sprout :-) ®oy
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