De Wolven van La Mancha - Vladimir Kaigorodovby Urgent.fm
A Tribe Called Quest, Yello and Sniff N' The Tears.
Onze centrale gast is wetenschapper en kunstenaar Vladimir Kaigorodov.
another strange compilation of true and false facts about GMO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmi45JLJOgU
O I love it more and more
new Bio-Hacking video release.... just Science fun and 100% real....
Happy New Year to our dear listeners. I'm optimistic that bad science is on the decline (at least in regards to smart drugs like Modafinil). There's already a number of double blind, placebo controlled, randomized human trials pre-registered for Modafinil research in 2018. It appears also that the research institutions are figuring out that there's tremendous public interest in Nootropics or smart drugs that can be used by healthy young people to make them happier, healthier and more productive. This indicates science getting more into the prevention and empowerment business as opposed to just being in the business of treating sick people. It would be an understatement to say that Modafinil has been thoroughly studied; in total over a thousand pieces of published research on it can be found on Pubmed, with an impressive 580 human research papers in the last 10 years alone. This infographic summarizes the science that's been done on Modafinil in 2017. In 2017 alone there were 80 papers published about it but don't worry I'm not going to summarize every single one because a lot of them are not very interesting. Download Infographic https://drive.google.com/file/d/1csEg-27IgD06FNpFS0fcTJdaXlXxQ_ZK/view Read Article http://www.limitlessmindset.com/…/125-modafinil-science-2017 DaDaïne is the Perfect DIY stuff, but it is a bit less active replacement for Modafinil or can be used in combination for micro-dosing of modafinil, very good combination ... just make it yourself. And study first the research literature ... to know your limits and possible side effects. This suggestion is aimed at semi-professional Bio-Hackers of own body limits.
Genetic engineering is proving to be an increasingly useful tool, effective at everything from protecting plant species to helping humans battle disease. It’s also getting progressively easier to harness, which is why we’re seeing a quickly growing community of do-it-yourself genetic engineers (or biohackers) emerge. Many of these DIY scientists are focused on improving animal species for better breeding, but some skeptics are afraid some well-intentioned scientist somewhere might accidentally home-brew a deadly pathogen or open some other sort of Pandora’s box of genetic devastation.
To this end, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is moving to regulate the work done by these so-called rogue genetic engineers. They’ve now released a revised draft of their guidelines for regulating animals with intentionally altered genomic DNAs. Prepared by the FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine, the guide covers animals that have been produced using any genome editing technologies or genetic engineering.
“This guidance addresses animals whose genomes have been intentionally altered using modern molecular technologies, which may include random or targeted DNA sequence changes including nucleotide insertions, substitutions, or deletions, or other technologies that introduce specific changes to the genome of the animal,” the draft reads. “This guidance applies to the intentionally altered genomic DNA in both the founder animal in which the initial alteration event occurred and the entire subsequent lineage of animals that contains the genomic alteration.” https://futurism.com/4-diy-genetic-engineers-are-now-under-stricter-fda-rules/
another Belgian wetenschapper en kunstenaar Super . https://nl.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koen_Vanmechelen
It is called desctructive innovation... IndiBio and RebelBio are very modern projects in that area... they got many millions of investments by the way...
Dear Roland... After all, Nico used the Bio-hacker catch phrase in his recent lecture about our work on yeasts humanisation ... It is a progress that is difficult to stop. I am now busy with helping with my scientific expertise to one bio-hacker in USA to fix a genetic problem with Dalmatian dogs.