Posted by on July 23, 2018

Dr. Jack Kruse is a respected neurosurgeon with a site, forum and patreon blog dedicated to helping patients avoid the healthcare burdens we typically encounter as we age. He goes out of his way to help members and the public to understand the science. He is a quantum biologist which is covered in the show. He is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurologic Surgeons, and Age Management Medicine Group.

Using science he explains the deep connection between thermodynamics in biology and the processing of energy and information. With this information, he also explains how nnEMF (including blue-light) is child abuse and what steps can be taken to mitigate it.

He is not everyone’s cup of tea but he sure is a wakeup call and I highly recommend taking a further dive into his detailed explanation in the show note links below.

Number 1, to be a SuperDad, you need to be selfish. Action and attitude are linked more than your current circumstances. A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.

Do you take action? Do you put forth the effort and try? Does potential failures fuel you or does it block you? There are many challenges in “just trying”. Sometime we must declare ourselves even if things are not correct. We must rise and give it our best shot. Try not to become a person of only successes, but rather ‘try’ to become a person of value for the world. In a life without try, life would have no symmeTRY or TRIumphs. Trying requires actions and some actions risk failure. Today, begin to take the opportunity to learn from your mistakes. You can’t always get what you want, but if you ‘try’ sometimes, you might find, you get what you need

In the Jack tell’s us about Zola Budd, the South African born Olympic world record holder, who was a barefoot runner. We also talk about Tim Noakes and why he advocates the diet program, and how it came about in today’s nnEMF environment.

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