Category Archives: Complexity

Your mind and your health – Part 3 – How do we change deep rooted thoughts/habits?

So how do we change? Is it as simple as knowing what is true? Not for deep change. I can hear you even from here. “But I can’t change my habits” or “Just telling me to think differently is not enough” … Continue reading

Posted in A New Vision, Complexity, Context, Diet, Environments, Evolutionary Novelty, Resources, The New Science, Tuning | Tagged , , , ,

Your Mind and your Health – Part 2 – The Power of Neuroplasticity

This is the conventional picture of the brain – a thing with discrete compartments – a thinking machine. This idea of the brain – which is also how most of us “see” the body and so organize medicine is wrong. … Continue reading

Posted in A New Vision, Complexity, Context, Environments, Evolutionary Novelty, Physiology, Resources, The New Science, The Science, Tuning | Tagged , ,

Michael’s Rose’s “Twin Sister?” – Dr Mary Vernon – The practical aspect of the 55 Theses

No one I have found so far explains how our metabolism works better than Dr Vernon – a GP who could not help any of her diabetic patients get well by following the “rules”. Who then became an expert in … Continue reading

Posted in Complexity, Context, Diet, Environments, Evolutionary Novelty, Physiology, The Science | Tagged

Thesis 22

Thesis #22 – Repairing molecular or cellular damage will provide at most partial amelioration for the problem of de-tuned adaptation with adult age, because cumulative damage will also occur at organ and systemic levels at every physiological level as a … Continue reading

Posted in Complexity, Theses | Tagged ,

Thesis 23

Thesis #23 – Repairing all types of cumulative damage during the aging phase will provide at most partial amelioration for the problem of declining adaptation with age, because some of this decline will be due to failures of signaling and other features … Continue reading

Posted in Complexity, Constraints, Theses | Tagged ,

Thesis 24

Thesis #24 – Altering all cell-molecular regulatory signaling during the aging phase will provide at most partial amelioration for the problem of declining adaptation, because dysfunctional signaling will also arise at organ and systemic levels as a result of the … Continue reading

Posted in Complexity, Context, Forces of Natural Selection, Theses, Tuning | Tagged ,

Thesis 25

Thesis #25 – Repairing all forms of cumulative damage and altering all types of regulatory signaling during the aging phase will also fail to fully alleviate aging, because some features of aging will arise from the absence of structural gene-products … Continue reading

Posted in Complexity, Constraints, Context, Physiology, Theses | Tagged , | 2 Comments