Current Week IDIR : April 27, 2015
"In 1929 I began to consider what the little individual could do on behalf of his fellow man that government and corporations could not do. It became evident that the individual was the only one that could deliberately find the time to think in a cosmically adequate manner. Each human has his lifetime to invest. If he commits to operations in cosmic integrities he will find himself participating in nature's own formulations and will realize the potentials of her various freedoms and choices, to be employed to the advantage of all human beings to come, in order that humans may fulfill their cosmic functioning on board of our planet."
—R. Buckminster Fuller
this section is a building collection of good ideas, and damn good ideas that i would pursue if i had more years:
3d printed replacement teeth. - They have tried titanium 'roots' for replacement teeth, but this was about a decade ago and they mostly just fell out due to the bone reducing under the permanent arc of the metal root structure. My idea is to use a titanium 3d printer, and to replicate, from xrays, the existing tooth root structure at the time of extraction BUT with the provision for replacing only the two inner roots, and these with 'flat plate/plane' replicates of the shape of the root. These would have minute holes in them for bone to grow through, and would be attached, inner and outer, across the top of the ridge of the jaw bone in a manner that had a slight squeezing pressure due to a 'collapsing arc' being used. As the tooth is screwed onto the 'threaded stem' on the arc of titanium, and pressure is exerted by biting, the 'collapsing arc' design would cause the replacement roots to maintain their grip on the bone, just as do real tooth roots. Cost for 3d titanium printer now, about 10,000 dollars *(USD), so within the potential to be packaged and sold to dentists offices for 'on site' use. The dentist would still have to sculpt the replacement tooth, but no more drilling into jaws...Just sayin....(6-9-2015)
December 5, 2014 - Our extra-galatic buddy at http://www.interstellar.com/ Jerry, has built a tres cool water structure device by 3d printer and application of some smarts. These are nifty, easy to use, pitcher-like devices that are really effective. The vortex from the flow through the impossibly small outlet hole shows the true power of the device. He is now making these for discriminating, water aware humans who wish to contact him at the domain link above. He has a page (to be posted soon(ish)) that will detail how to obtain one for yourself. In the meantime, hit the link and send in your order via contact info.
THE cup of the future? Structure the water as you drink it?
So many questions after our recent successful duckweed and pie dough experiments (no not together, 2/two separate experiments), anyway, i thought to put up a few video links on how you too can make your own water structure device for minimal bucks and start experimenting on yourself and others.....
All humans are psychic. Most do not recognize it. All humans 'leak' their psychic intuition via their language choices. Here at HPH we have been collecting 'leaks' about the future in our language buckets since 1997.
Halfpasthuman 'Emotive Reduction Engine' is at the core of our predictive linguistics system, and allows our spyders to qualify and quantify and react to the emotive differences in text that betray the 'leaking' of psychic impressions.
While humans internalize and react to the emotive content of words, software is usually blind to such distinctions. The HPH emotive reduction engine can 'read' emotions from such text, and further, determine which are also 'future shadowing'. It is this capacity to extract emotive nuance that allows us to do far better than 'chance' in our predictions of future manifestations.
Arguably, i invented the discipline of predictive linguistics in 1993. Since then, others have followed the trail i blazed. Interesting that it takes 45/forty five 'academic' humans to duplicate the work of one mad scientist and one igor (EYE-gor)....USA Bots sus out ebola
The delusion of religion is a necessary evil; some men do not know how to be moral absent the fear of retribution after death by a 'god'. The problem is that modern religions are themselves (mostly) immoral.