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Mindconnection eNL, 2016-11-06


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

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1. Good News

Item 1. At long last Harvey Lembo has won his struggle for his basic human rights. And in America! Lembo is a 67 year old veteran who is disabled and on an array of prescription medications. He was robbed six times in two years for those medications. He stopped a seventh time from happening because, for once, he had a firearm. His public housing landlord tried to toss him out for this "offense" and Harvey sued.

Amazingly, the Maine legislature quickly moved to solve his plight by passing a law that prevents public housing authorities from "banning the lawful ownership, use, possession, bearing, or transportation of firearms" by tenants. It helped that the nation's oldest civil rights organization backed this law and took other specific actions to help Harvey.

Item 2. From the date of this edition, we are two days out from the fake "election" for President. The good news for Hillary backers is people are wrong when they say she's never accomplished anything. She has avoided prosecution, and considering how many laws she and Bill have blatantly broken that is really an amazing accomplishment. On any number of her offenses, a normal peasant would now be serving a life sentence. Go, Hillary! (yes, please go --and don't come back!).

Item 3. In a rare case of the federal government working for the people instead of its corporate owners, the FCC is banning Internet Service Providers from sharing user information with third parties. That's a huge win for privacy. However, there's no language in the ruling banning parasites such as Google from doing the same thing. The solution there is the same solution for those wanting a good search experience: don't use Google.

Item 4. MIT Technology Review reported in its 03NOV issue that a new battery has been developed. Instead of using rare earth metals, it uses scrap metal. That hugely scales, unlike most types of batteries. A grammatically corrected quote from the article, "The cell charges at speeds comparable to supercapacitors while storing similar energy densities to lead-acid batteries, and loses only 10 percent of its capacity over 5,000 charging cycles. Unusually, the researchers plan to eschew commercialization, instead making designs for the battery available to everyone."


2. Product Highlight

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3. Brainpower tip

The real limitation when it comes to brainpower is not raw intelligence but the ability and discipline to use the intelligence you've got. This is where the vast majority of people simply fall flat.

It's easier to be stupid than to be smart, and most people do what's easier. Thus, we look around and see an average effective IQ of somewhere in the single digits.

Many years ago, I had a girlfriend who had many great attributes. But a high IQ wasn't one of them. Despite this, she got straight As in college even though she had a fairly tough major. I asked her how she did this, and she said she paid attention in class and she did everything the professor wanted her to do. This same woman could competently do all kinds of mechanical repairs on her car (including brake jobs, wheel bearing changes, and ball joint replacement).

I could make a long list of "smart" things she did, and from that list you could conclude she was a genius. But she wasn't. She just seemed that way accomplishment-wise.

She worked with the brainpower she had, and she worked hard with it. While most people idle along, she put the pedal to the metal. She also realized her limitations. When she needed to study, she insisted on a distraction-free environment. No chatting, watching TV, listening to the radio, or anything else. She studied and totally focused on the material.

Because she focused her mental resources on a given problem or task, she always did it well.

So my brainpower tip in this issue is, as you may have guessed, focus your mental resources on a given task or problem. Use your whole mind, not the 1% that is apparently the maximum for most people.

If you haven't made this your standard operating policy, do so. You will be amazed at the difference. Of course, if you haven't made this your standard operating policy, you will have to work at being able to focus your mental resources on a given problem or task. It may take you a while to actually be able to do it. Approach 100% of your tasks with 100% of your mind, and you will amaze people.

Having problems doing this? Then practice. Use this 100% rule as your rule for how you will engage each task, not just the hardest ones. The consistency means you'll master this much more quickly, and it will be your default mode of doing things.

4. Finance tip

Your finances can be completely wiped out in seconds, with no advance warning. That's because a terrorist group uses economic devastation as one of its tools. You don't have to do anything wrong to come under their fire. And you have almost no way to defend yourself.

There is a solution, and it's to put these folks out of action permanently. Senator Paul Rand is pushing for that, and his effort is the most promising one yet. See:

Personal note: I survived a 17-year long illegal assault by these psychopaths, despite having done nothing wrong and despite not having taxes actually owed (I paid mine, but they drummed up a fake tax debt to cover a massive fraud against 4300 innocent Americans). Read my "live in a sick country" story at Note that it's not my opinion that I did nothing wrong, that fact is the conclusion of a federal district court judge and is documented in exactly those words in the terrorist group's own internal correspondence!

The IRS does not have to observe any statutory limits on assessment or collection, nor does it have to abide by any rules of due process. Its primary mission has NOTHING to do with tax collection and EVERYTHING to do with employing mentally deranged people to instill fear into the citizenry.

Those people get away with every kind of crime and debauchery, including--and I am not exaggerating or being theatrical/hysterical here--kidnapping, grand theft auto, extortion, stalking, libel, slander, murder, tax evasion, assault and battery, and perjury. They never even get indicted for these crimes.

No laws protect you from them, because they are above the law and ignore it with impunity. Only complete abolition of this terrorist organization will protect you from them.

5. Security tip

The security tip in this issue is directed to citizens of the USA. Some of my readers live in other countries, a few of which are civilized. As I am based in the USA, I don't have access to a free press so don't know the situation in your non-USA country. But given probabilities, this will also apply to you. So read carefully. Very carefully.

Going forward, I'll use the misnomer "Americans" to refer to the "regular folk" in our failed state.

Relatively few Americans understand what "voting" means and thus throw away the only voting power they actually have. This failure to understand and act accordingly has had devastating consequences on the nation and those who inhabit it. It's the single biggest security problem we face.

First, lets disabuse ourselves of the notion that deciding which end of a turd is the clean end constitutes "voting." These fake "elections" that the criminals stage for us have nothing to do with real voting.

So what is real voting? The answer to that lies in the answer to another question: What do the criminals do? Answer: They steal. Therein lies the answer to the question of what real voting is. Real voting is what you do with your money.

Inflated and debauched as it is, the money you earn gives you voting rights. Every time you buy something, you are voting for the company that makes that product.

  • Do you like the fact Monsanto put 30 million Mexican farmers out of work? Great, then vote for Monsanto; go to Home Depot and pick up a jug of RoundUp to show your support for making children starve.
  • Do you approve of contaminating the food supply of 100s of millions of people around the world with a powerful neurotoxin? Super, then buy an additional jug of RoundUp to help support Monsanto.
  • Would you like more oil companies to disregard basic engineering, operations, and safety practices so that they spill oil in Prudhoe bay, kill innocent people in Texas refineries, and release massive amounts of oil into the ocean for weeks at a time? Great, vote for that by filling your gas tank at one of the gas stations of guess which oil company.
  • Did you enjoy watching 8 million Americans lose their homes and think this is a wonderful idea? Fantastic. Make sure to do your banking with a nationally chartered bank instead of a regional one or a credit union, and be sure to "invest" with a Wall Street brokerage.
  • Do you like the idea of crappy service from a retailer that underpays its employees and devastates entire cities by starting a downward wage spiral? Excellent. Then shop at the lowest price store around. Go ahead and make snide remarks to the slaves working there, also. Have fun watching family-run stores go out of business despite 70+ years of outstanding service and always having that odd item you needed.
  • Maybe you would like to see more people get sick. Cool. Buy processed grain products instead of healthy produce, and be sure to send money to the osteoporosis vendors (soda companies) while you're at it.
  • Do you like the news blackout situation in the USA, and the fact that criminals have a massive propaganda machine? Nice. Be sure to buy "newspapers," watch "television news," buy consumer magazines, and visit "news" Websites.

Do you see the patterns, here? Is there a social ill that doesn't depend on the consumer dollar? I doubt it.

Use those dollars to vote for what you want or don't want. We can put criminal corporations out of business. We did it to Circuit City, and we can do it to any other corporation that is run by greedy pyschopaths. Stop buying into their lies and stop buying from them at all.

THAT is your only way to actually vote in our failed state. It's an oligarchy and the only democratic process available to the peasant class is the economic one. That is the key to your future security.

Don't just change you own behavior; discuss this with others and get them onboard the Reality Train, too.

6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Testosterone is a powerful hormone. It does many great things for the person wanting to have a powerful, healthy, beautiful body.

If your T is high, your body burns fat and builds muscle. It's not possible to get the ripped or shredded look without high testosterone. But by age 30, the typical American male is a walking pile of pudge. He's got a feminized physique with rounded hips and budding breasts. His low testosterone is quite evident to those who know the signs.

Women's endocrine systems are different, but they also need a certain level of testosterone. The amount they need won't give them masculine features, but has the same fat reducing, muscle-building effect. It's what keeps their butts from getting that saggy look, for example. American women, like their feminized male counterparts, have abysmally low testosterone.

What is worse than looking pudgy and lacking the energy and stamina that are your birthright? Maybe it's that chronically low testosterone means you will have osteoporosis early in life and it will get progressively worse. That's because testosterone is what signals your body to not only burn fat and build muscle, but also to store calcium in the bones.

I keep reading that low testosterone is inevitable and that muscle turns to fat some time in your 40s. As you may have guessed, I don't agree with this and I can prove those people wrong just by taking my shirt off. I am not alone in being able to do this; check out Youtube videos for "body builders over 50" but disregard the obvious drug users.

So what causes low testosterone? Many things.

So what must you do to have high testosterone? Many things.

But wait. Isn't there an easy way? I like to shop at Natural Grocers. In the supplement aisles, there's a section for males. And if you look, you'll see quite a selection of supplements for increasing testosterone. Eureka! That's it!

Except it isn't.

The ones I have looked at rely on tribulus terresteris and huge quantities of zinc. They add in all sorts of other questionable ingredients. Tribulus has been shown to elevate testosterone when taken with illegal steroids. And that's the only time. So it's useless for this purpose. What about all that zinc? If you have zinc in your multivitamin, you may already get enough. Or you can buy a bottle of zinc tablets for something like two dollars. You don't need to spend thirty dollars on the same size bottle of a useless supplement just to get your zinc.

There are a few supplements that do have a positive effect on testosterone, but taking some of them is risky. And you don't need to take any of them to elevate your testosterone.


Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle

Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle

Top photo taken 16SEP2016, just days before 56th birthday; bottom photo taken 3 days after 56th birthday


The main problem, however, isn't really that of raising testosterone. The main problem is one of not lowering it in the first place.

The grain-based diet lowers testosterone. So stop eating grain. But don't body builders eat rice and oats? Yes, popcorn too. So let me back up and qualify that. Stop eating grain that has been bred for a large endosperm. Ah, that clears it up! No wheat or corn! Correct. But also avoid products made from these grains, such as corn sweetener. These grains and products made from them are "endocrine modifiers" and they certainly lower your testosterone.

Soy is also on the list of grains to not eat, but for different reasons.

All three, however, are "Monsanto grains" which means they also contain a powerful neurotoxin. In addition to making you fat, they make you stupid. So eliminate those three grains from your diet.

But what about organic? Unless your organic source is using pre-1970 heirloom versions of these plants, you can't get past the endocrine problem. So eliminate them completely. In all forms. That's your first task, and for most people it's a hugely challenging one.

However, an easy way to accomplish this task is to base your diet on greens. Eat plenty of broccoli (which does contribute to high testosterone, and I eat it every day) and other nutrient-dense greens. Kale, bok choy, and spinach are all good choices. And don't forget squash (any kind), eggplant, sweet potatoes, peppers, and other nutrient-dense, cancer-killing foods that won't make you fat and won't lower your T.

Your body can't make testosterone without the materials to do so. The best source material is dietary cholesterol, and I make sure to eat plenty of it. Contrary to what doctors and other "experts" spew about dietary cholesterol, the data show zero correlation between dietary cholesterol and high blood levels of it. There is a very simple explanation for this, something you would think doctors would know. The hydrochloric acid in your stomach rips this molecule apart. It doesn't survive intact. But its components are used to build many important substances in the body, including DHEA and testosterone.

I also want to point out that my daily whole egg consumption is typically eight to ten eggs. They aren't factory-farmed eggs, and that is an important factor. Any time I have had blood work done, I've always had an excellent cholesterol profile. Doctors have always asked me what I eat, because it is so outstanding. They think I'm joking when I tell them. I'm not.

There was a time when I ate far more eggs, for a total of 24 per day. I got a cholesterol check during all this egg eating, and my total cholesterol was 119. I was scarfing down a dozen raw eggs at a time with some fruit and whole milk, making my mix in a blender; I did this twice a day. I was also eating a pound of steak every day (cholesterol city!) and a 5lb tub of peanut butter (100% natural) every week. Talk about consuming massive amounts of fat. And, no, I did not get pudgy.

It's not that I am blessed with an oddball biochemistry that lets me eat fat and not get fat. It's that all of us need plenty of healthy fats in our diets and eating all that fat won't make any of us fat. Mr. rice cakes at the office is jacking his insulin up and his testosterone down. Have some nuts and make him wonder how you keep the fat off and he doesn't.

Let's get back to endocrine modifiers. Your environment is another source of endocrine modifiers. Don't eat out of plastic, and don't cook in it. Don't drink out of it, either. Try to eliminate plastic wherever practical. Don't use fragrances, many of which are just a chemical brew. Use only organic soaps and detergents; washing your clothes in Tide or another such brand means the toxins in that mix will be on your skin all day. Bad for T. Wash your bedding with that garbage, and you sleep in this brew all night. Not a good idea.

What about exercise? I will sum it up this way:

  • If you subject a given muscle or muscle group to short-term overload, your body engages the adaptive response to make that muscle (or group) stronger. That means elevated testosterone, and the elevation lasts for days. Those of us who use split routines across six days get a cascading effect.
  • If you subject a muscle or muscle group to sustained overload, your cortisol goes up and your testosterone goes down. The traditional 3 days a week full body workout is an example. Doing high reps is another example. Running (other than sprinting) and jogging are two more examples.

That summary doesn't give you any particulars, but it does contrast two very different ways of training. The first way is too hard for most people, so they default to the second one. My advice there is to realize that some things are just hard but well worth doing.

Make your training hard. If it isn't hard, it isn't helping.


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

There are about one trillion bacteria on each of your feet. Congress is working on a way to tax every one of them....

8. Thought for the Day

The vast majority of "news" and "information" from "mainstream" sources is best used to grow mushrooms.


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