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Mindconnection eNL, 2014-07-06


In this issue:
Good News | Product Highlight | Brainpower | Finances | Security | Health/Fitness | Factoid | Thought 4 the Day

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1. Good News

Advances in technology continue to frustrate the Obama agenda. Some examples:
  • Materials technology. Nova produced a documentary on this; check it out from your local library. Researchers are finding ways to replace various types of machines with simple combinations of materials. This saves money, improves miniaturization capability, and confers other advantages.
  • Non-fossil electricity generation, small-scale and distributed. This confers many competitive advantages to manufacturing, but also to the average person if rolled out widely. A real game-changer.
  • Battery technology. Obama had originally wanted 1 million electric cars added to our coal-demanding power plant load. Obviously not good for us, but compounded by the high-pollution, limited-supply lithium problem. New types of batteries using cheap, low-pollution materials combined with the aforementioned electricity source--another game changer. Look for Obama's employers to stymie development.
  • 3D printing. Over the past few years, there's been a reversal of the manufacturing loss from the USA; it's called "onshoring." The ability to make plastic (and in some cases metal) object on demand via "printing" them is partially responsible for this.
  • Nanotechnology. Relate to materials technology, it's already made huge inroads in everything from medicine to manufacturing.
  • Robotics. No, I'm not talking about the robots in CONgress who are programmed by Big Oil, Big Pharma, Big Bankstering, and other predators. I'm talking about materials and machines that accomplish work (something that most members of CONgress are genetically incapable of). The advances are amazing, and they are a huge factor in defeating the Obama agenda.

Yes, we still have 51% unemployment. But this particular cloud has several silver linings For example:

  • The progress of the Obama job elimination plan has been halted. Despite the Obama team's best efforts, unemployment is not getting any worse. The advances above help explain that.
  • Look at where we started at the beginning of Obamageddon. We have huge potential, which can be realized just by repealing some of the Obama job destruction mislegislation. A lot of people can be put back to work, with just the stroke of a pen. For example, repealing Obummercare (the Patient Predation and Job Destruction Act).

It's also possible that Obama will "hang it up" in 2016 rather than inflict us with a third term. He's reached his goal of being Worst POTUS of all time, having set records of destruction that are orders of magnitude greater than what even the worst deviants did before him. There is some controversy as to whether he's actually worse than Wilson because Wilson gave us the IRS, the nonFederal nonReserve and two world wars. But the CONgress has had 100 years to abolish the IRS; the fact it exists is their bad, not Wilson's. Ditto the nFnR.

As for those two wars, the combined cost was $2 trillion. In 2012 alone, Obama's deficit was $6 trillion (according to the GAO). He out-Wilsoned Wilson.

So he has the title. What more can he want? It seems unlikely that his employers would let him do enough damage to be the last POTUS by dint of totally destroying the USA. That may be his ultimate goal, but it seems larger forces won't permit that.

Backing this conclusion is the fact that the Supreme Court recently did a smackdown on Obama's illegal redefinition of "recess" and that vote was unanimous. For Obama to claim that he, in the executive branch, can define when Congress is in recess rather than Congress declaring it's in recess is too much even by this lax Court's standards. Apparently, Obama's employers instructed this normally permissive "court" to reign him in a little bit. And that is very good news.

Because Obama has brought the country so close to the brink of total failure, there's good chance the criminals who control our fake elections will select a different type of agent on the next go-round. Someone far less destructive, and probably with instructions to de-Obamafy so much of what happened in the preceding 8 years. At least, that's a hope we can hold onto for now.

2. Product Highlight

We have the most amazing deal on the LUX2 translator, and it's on Amazon:

What if you had a device that translates anything you say?

The LUX2 does that, and more. Its speech to speech translation feature works like this:

  1. Press the microphone image (it’s big, use your thumb if you want to), and watch the screen turn red.
  2. Speak.
  3. Lift your thumb, and hear the translation.

The LUX2 does that between any two of 84 languages, with no internet connection required. The voice is natural, the accuracy is amazing, and it can’t get any easier.

Not only can the LUX2 translate anything you say, it has a camera and can translate anything it sees. Can’t understand the road sign? No problem! The LUX2 will tell you what it says.

Here’s some of that “more” we mentioned just a moment ago:

  • Android operating system for speed of operation and ease of use.
  • A whole suite of text translation and language learning tools.
  • Wi-Fi capable.
  • Over 3,000 useful apps, including Skype and a browser.
  • Enormous battery (3350 mAH), for long use between charges.

All this, and still small enough to fit in your pocket (it folds up).

And we have good news on how to save money when doing that. Through Amazon, we are providing the LUX2 with free shipping. If you have Amazon Prime, it’s free second day air. With Amazon’s easy return policy, there’s no reason not to try the LUX2. Take advantage of this limited time sale and try the LUX2 today:


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3. Brainpower tip

Being disinformed is worse than not being informed at all; avoiding sources of disinformation makes you smarter.

Because it's worse to be disinformed than to be uniformed, I don't do news. However, I do tap sources via which I become well-informed, albeit at the sacrifice of timeliness.

If you do want to be informed AND totally current, is there a source? Yes, but it's not the state-run propaganda system. You can get accurate reporting from The Daily Show. While Jon Stewart's original angle was to parody the news for the sake of comedy, the show has become the only "mainstream" source of actual information. 

While "conservatives" lambasted Stewart during "President Cheney's" reign of error (remember the tortured "logic" of the torture memos?), Stewart isn't a flaming liberal. This fact became evident during Ron Paul's last run for The White House. The Daily Show was the only major news outlet that didn't pretend Paul wasn't running. In fact, Paul led in fund-raising and in opinion polls before the state-run propaganda machine turned the nascent election into the usual farce.

4. Finance tip

Thinking people object to Obummercare (aka, the Unaffordable Care Act) for many reasons. Most of these have to do with its profoundly adverse effects on the cost of medical insurance. But this illegal, morally repugnant mislegislation has all kinds of garbage inserted into it. Like a slew of new taxes.

Here are twenty new taxes arising from Obummercare (many of these may surprise you):

The question is not whether to impeach, but when to arrest.

5. Security tip

Why do "we" have wars? If you can apply logic, you'll see why:

Thanks to Howard for sharing. And in case you didn't get it, here's the answer: Submit to the WTO or you will be attacked. For more about this issue, read the book, "Confessions of an Economic Hitman."

Wars do not create wealth; they only destroy property and kill people. The wars "we" send our troops to fight shrink the market for American-made goods, damage our international standing, increase our national debt, and are generally toxic to all of us. Not only that, they strengthen the position of the very criminals who prey upon us.

What can you do about this? The banksters own the major political party in the USA (the Demopublicans or Republocrats, depending on how you want to refer to this crime cartel). When going to the polls to vote in our fake federal "elections" don't surrender your vote to The Party. Vote in the affirmative for law and order instead: vote Libertarian.

That's one thing you can do. Another is to avoid sending your money to the big banks. For example, if you have checking account with Banksters of America move it to a small regional bank or a credit union.

There are many other things you can do to help end these wars. Take some time to be totally mindful (no multitasking) and sit quietly, thinking about it. The answers will come.

6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Thanks for your responses to this newsletter. Some of these lead me to develop material specifically to answer reader questions or comments. Such as this one:

"I really don't care about being lean or ripped. What I care about is cancer. People don't die from not having a six-pack, but they die from cancer all the time."

This comment gives me a great opportunity to explain why being lean is so valuable (ripped is nice, but not necessary).

Three decades ago, one in four Americans got cancer. Today, it's one in two. So, I acknowledge cancer as an important issue.

Now, let's look at what I eat to be ripped. Basically, the diet is nutrient-dense and calorie-sparse. It's green-based rather than grain-based. I also enjoy spices such as turmeric and pepper. Eating these foods (instead of the processed grain stuff) will make you lean; lean vs. ripped is mainly a matter of how much you eat and how intensely you exercise.

The foods "ripped people" eat are all highly anti-carcinogenic. And they taste great with spices. Spices also are highly anti-carcinogenic. In fact, if you combine turmeric and pepper, the effect is so profound it does to cancer cells what Obama has been doing to the economy.

But wait, it gets better.

Not only does the nutrient-dense diet kill cancer cells, it greatly reduces how many are created in the first place. The brown belly fat that so many people are carrying around is basically a cancer factory.

In fact, for every 10 pounds of this fat an average height man has on his body, his prostate cancer risk goes up an order of magnitude; that's not merely double, it's 10X. This is why the medical establishment says that all men eventually develop prostate cancer. They are wrong, of course.

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What's really going on is most American men have double-digit body fat and thus are making cancer cells the way Columbian drug cartels print counterfeit money. The bodies of the really fat guys (those carrying 25% or more fat) create cancer cells the way the nonFederal nonReserve inflates the money supply.

If you can't see at least the outline of your abs, you're too fat. It means you are eating too much, eating the wrong things, or both. Now, I need to put this in perspective. The reason most men are so fat and so many are getting cancer is their diet is a carcinogen-rich meat and grain-based diet. The fat is bad, but what they eat to get fat is the main culprit.

Eating the foods that keep you lean dramatically reduces your cancer risk. You add to your cancer risk with excess body fat, but how much is truly excess is disputed. If we apply a little logic here, we can conclude that eating right and letting your body find its own optimal level is probably sufficient. But don't take that as a license to overeat.

One way to see if your cancer risk is too high is to just look at your belly in the mirror. If your body fat hides your abs, you need to be more careful about what you put on your plate and in your mouth. You don't need to stress out over it, though.

Women have an extra layer of belly fat, so an adequately lean woman won't have the definition an adequately lean man will have. But an adequately lean woman will still have a hint of a "four pack" showing. If you're a woman, aim for that. Men can simply use a body fat scale and stay in the single digits.

Remember that what most matters is what you're eating, because what you eat hugely affects your cancer risk. It's just not the case that a man with 10% body fat is a health basket case while a man with 6% isn't. The former can't see his abs, which is a shame. But the latter probably has only a marginally better cancer risk profile. The man at 25%, however, is a health basket case. And he didn't get that way on a nutrient-dense diet.

The nutrient-dense diet kills cancer cells. If you aren't as lean as you would like to be but are eating that lean diet, maybe just try eating a bit less but not really worrying about it. It is probably better to be happy and have a little too much body fat than to be stressed out about it. If you're eating right, the lean look should just happen. If it doesn't, keep eating right but just not as much. Maybe take up a sport to burn some calories. Or walk a dog. Or whatever you can take pleasure in. I think a weight training regime is ideal, but not everyone finds it suitable. Find something suitable for you, and do it.

Yes, there are still many other cancer risk factors. Such as the chemicals dumped into our air, water, and soil. But this particular risk factor--diet--is one you can easily control. You just need to decide to do that. You can magnify the benefits by eliminating common carcinogens from your home: bleach, scented soaps and shampoos, various cleaning solutions, and particle board furniture.


At, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:
  • The best workouts are short and intense.
  • A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction than the typical American diet.

7. Factoid

Zero is the only number that cannot be represented by Roman numerals. It is, however, represented by the collective IQ of the US CONgress.

8. Thought for the Day

Disinformed people not only don't know that they don't know, what they think they know is wrong.


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Except where noted, this e-newsletter is entirely the work of Mark Lamendola. Anything presented as fact can be independently verified. Often, sources are given; but where not given, they are readily available to anyone who makes the effort.

Mark provides information from either research or his own areas of established expertise. Sometimes, what appears to be a personal opinion is the only possibility when applying sound logic--reason it out before judging! (That said, some personal opinions do appear on occasion).

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