Random thought #2

Can a self-driving car which is becoming reality (taxi's) be aware of danger for you and take you out of an immediate area. I mean plan for worst and hope for best here. We are either always going to need a steering wheel or trust our cars to avoid a dangerous person or situation.

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How I fixed my Gallbladder instead of surgery.

  Very few pains in life can scare a person as much as your own insides hurting and you having no idea why or how to stop it. Either in the moment or from happening again.Now I give modern trauma medicine all the credit in the world. If you get fucked up and need to … Continue reading How I fixed my Gallbladder instead of surgery.

Fluoride in the Water

Fluoride is classified as a Neurotoxin along the lines of lead, arsenic, and methyl-mercury. It's been linked to neurological disorders and is now been ban in 98% of Europe. It's essentially one of the longest-running human experiments ever conducted. When it was put forward maybe the government didn't know the clear dangers of putting in … Continue reading Fluoride in the Water

Actions and Consequences The Youth

This issue is at the forefront of the American Social problem. I am a firm believer that in order for a lesson to be learned it must leave an impression. If it doesn't then it is simply brushed aside as a road that can be traveled again without fear of consequence. Actions in any scenario … Continue reading Actions and Consequences The Youth

Blockchain and voting?

Simple question for the crypto community. It's my understanding that blockchain is an unhackable process that can be used in a lot of scenarios, but hasn't really found a home as of yet. Could blockchain be formatted to allow Americans to vote and know that their votes aren't be tampered with or manipulated? I guess I'm … Continue reading Blockchain and voting?