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Thursday, August 13, 2015

Dementia Epidemic

I knew about this twenty years ago and it is why I started to take 1000 mg of aspirin a day, every day for the past twenty years. I had read that aspirin dissolves beta-amyloid plaques in the brains of most mammals back in 1992. I even remember when I was reading about this I was sitting in Wendy's Restaurant in Times Square watching my book stand out front.

I told you, people with "Aspergers Syndrome" (Neanderthal gene expression) are wired like Siamese cats. They can sense stuff independently, they don't need to consult a consensus. They can just feel it coming. They know lots of things without anybody having to tell them or teach them about these things. It is as if there is tons and tons of racial memory encoded there when they are born like they come front-loaded with a database before they can even walk. (See previous post below)

My father called it "a compass needle in his head that somehow always points to true north." My father was always the only person who really noticed there was something funny about me and I figure it is because he himself had superb instincts and was a far better observer of subtle things than others. I had the genes that made him like that except greatly amplified in me.

13 comments:

Jack Black said...

>I knew about this twenty years ago and it is why I started to take 1000 mg of aspirin a day, every day for the past twenty years.

No stomach bleeds?

ucabulator said...

Anonymous Conservative's take on the same article and some additional info:
http://www.anonymousconservative.com/blog/dementia-on-the-rise/

Lots of r/K selection stuff at his site, and the occasional free ebook.

Grogard said...
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Texas Arcane said...

@Jack Black

Not as far as I know. No stomach pains. I have taken iron once in a while just in case.

FrankNorman said...

"No stomach bleeds?"

If I had to choose, I think I'd rather have my stomach bleeding than my brain clogging up with prions. Just saying.

Grogard said...

I got some bleeding from internal scars from an old wound that made me swell like a balloon from taking too much aspirin, but it's highly dependent on your particular age and health factors and even blood type. Aspirin kills thousands of people a year but mainly through misuse. Doctors don't like to tell you to take it due to liability mainly. Most people should be taking it but many patients (especially the elderly) will misuse it to varying degrees and if you combine that with a pre-existing condition then it will cause problems.

cbenediccengi said...

Dr. Thompson's Elixir Fixer: 'Crazy Brain' thought fixer remedy.

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hjfonda said...

Do you take vitamin K with the aspirin, Tex?

Jack Black said...

It's hard to get any type of useful medical advice thanks to lawsuits.

Texas Arcane said...

@hjfonda

Good question, I can see you know a lot about this subject.

Every single day for 20 years, long before it became popular. About ten years ago if you asked a chemist about Vitamin K they'd tell you there is no such thing. For a long time I had to order supplies off the internet. Nowadays most chemists carry K.

hjfonda said...

Thanks for the reply. I assume you're talking about the K2 form?

bicebicebice said...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3201597/A-daily-asprin-slash-bowel-cancer-risk-obese-Regularly-taking-drug-reduces-chance-developing-disease-level-person-normal-weight.html

Texas Arcane said...

@hjfonda

Yes, nowadays it is usually marked as "K2" on the bottle.

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