mmKay

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  1. I may be stoopid. I just drove 40 min with the car air heater on wondering why do I feel lightheaded. You're literally breathing in exhaust fumes. Had you thought of this one? Can i even build in a carbon filter into the heater system? I don't see why not. 25€ should do it. Edit. I'm stoopid again. Puting coal into the engine, what was I thinking? "Activated carbon itself is not flammable, and it does not readily support combustion. However, activated carbon can adsorb flammable gases or liquids, and in some cases, this can create a fire hazard. For example, if activated carbon is used as a filter in a system that handles flammable gases, a leak could result in a build-up of flammable gas in the filter bed, potentially creating an explosion hazard. To mitigate this risk, it's important to follow appropriate safety guidelines and to monitor systems that use activated carbon for flammability hazards." There must be some way. Edit 2 : Pretty insightful
  2. Do people really still use aluminum kettles? ??‍♂️
  3. old Elliot Hulse was great. This is free and readily available. Note: courage is required.
  4. @The0Self few things to add on top of what you said: Since lead is stored in the bones, and the process of chelating it is chelating it from the blood, waiting for the bones to leech lead and repeating the process, the benefits may come and go like a rollercoaster for as long as you have lead stored. Aparently you recycle about 10% of your bones a year, about a skeleton per decade, ( between slow and quick recycling bones) so lead chelating may be a quite slow process. Aparently the max speed is about a weekend of chelating per month. Ignore the part where he said that for lead chelation you don't need zinc and magnesium. You will be passively chelating mercuri along with lead anyways, so supplement for both. From Andy Cutler's Mercury Detox Manual book ( fair use) Edit: just sharing a perspective , which is obviously open for disproving as i'm no biochemist.
  5. I think its fine as long as you don't re-use it. I may be absolutely wrong though.
  6. @Rasheed your view on how the mind works is very linear and simplistic. You don't need to keep everything in you conscious mind as if it were math fórmulas or memorized facts. As you read / think / contemplate your mind learns new concepts / paradigms and ideas. That's what you're fishing for. You can take notes and outline books if you'd like, but you will remember what's relevant to you when you need it. And if you don't, it wasn't important to you anyways. Your mind is a very holistic system and therefore as you read you will feed your subconscious mind, evolving your web of beliefs. You may not remember what idea you got from where but that's okay. Also engage with the text and ideas. If you don't understand what you're reading, it obviously won't stick with you. Remember, the more relevant to your life the ideas are, the more you wilm absorb it effortlessly.
  7. @Nilsi Hey your homework is due ?
  8. @flowboy here is a concept for you @MichaelJohn it feels like you want to feel more authentically and redent living passively, going with the flow of society. You are on the right path but start adjusting your life snd actions with what you've identified you're lacking. You also have some of these: But that's okay, you can use these negative thoughts to pull on the string and contemplate why do you feel/ think that way. This would be an introduction to shadow work and you would start to understand yourself better.
  9. If I get to use an amazon item and give it back thats great. If i recive an Amazon item and i see its used im disgusted. So unless you're me, keep the items you order.
  10. English breakfast? More like boiled plastic.
  11. This is quite amazing - watch the whole thing
  12. Mathematically i like to think of it as : " ∞ + 1 " Physically it's equivalent to " The Universe is in constant expansion ". To attract insight you must make space for it. It won't appear if your mental bandwidth is busy. I love brainstorming and then wiping the board. Flex your mental muscle and release. Then repeat. That's how you fish for them. One insight I had from the episode is that I took from granted that I have the ability of having insights. It didn't even cross my mind that it's possible that some people aren't capable of having them. This is how insight feels like in my mind :
  13. In my mind i had this funny idea that you could turn into an absolute beta simp after s*x so that she finds you repulsive and doesn't want to see you again so that you don't really hurt her emotions ( as she rejects you) if you don't want anything serious. But actually it's not funny and actually pretty manipulative. I think that would feel as if you've had done a purchase because of deceitful marketing and it turns out the product is crap and you can't even give it back. Had to get this one off my mental bandwidth. Enough chimping around for today ? Edit: ok maybe it's a bit funny from an immature male perspective. As in using reverse psychology so that she doesn't develop feelings for you ,the expense of your external pride
  14. Got a 16. If i had done this before i got into personal dev i would have scored way lower
  15. I was having this when on keto diet. That's as close of a taste as it gets to sugar. Note its been said that sugar alcohols can fck up your gut microbiome over time. Alternatively, you can look into a drink called water kefir. Its a SCOBY that feeds on sugar. With some experience you can make it taste 10 times better than regular soft drinks. + its a raw probiotic bomb. When i drink it regularly, my gut becomes a volcano and could digest half a horse no problem. Also eating sugar seems to be no problem because the kefir feeds on it. Water kefir bible: https://www.yemoos.com/pages/water-kefir-faq-introduction-basics Second fermentation : ( my fave part, literally infinite fizzy soda potential)
  16. Roll up your sleeves and DIY a portable version that you can take with you even after moving
  17. There are companies that bring you huge glass jugs monthly to your house and you give them back the empty containers. I don't trust them with what chemicals they bomb the jugs to clean them after use though. I may be overreacting. Good option for some.