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Jul 29, 2019

CHIPSA and North Beach Clinic Launch new Coley’s CPG Treatment (Exclusive)

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently has several ongoing trials testing immunotherapy cancer treatments like CPG and checkpoint inhibitor drugs. In fact, the internet was up in arms last year when Stanford University doctors cured 87 out of 90 mice with a “vaccine” that stimulated the immune system to attack cancerous cells. It was described as a “breakthrough treatment,” but the truth is, a very similar treatment was already being used to treat human patients at a hospital in Mexico.

CHIPSA Hospital, which is located in Tijuana, is an integrative immunotherapy hospital that offers patients access to several cutting-edge therapies and nutritional regimens. Many of our treatments have been long discounted by mainstream medical communities, only to be later approved and legitimized in the United States. CPG is one of them.

Dr. Anton Escobedo, the hospital’s medical director, said the clinical study was actually music to his hears. “When the study came out,” he said, “I was pleased to see they were using CPG. We have a lot of experience with a form of CPG so we weren’t surprised to see it work well in combination with checkpoint inhibitors. We love when science proves what we’re doing is right. 10 years ago, they wouldn’t even acknowledge it.

Jul 23, 2019

24 Hours of Death, Part 1

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The rate and total number of people who die over 24 hours.

Why die? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C25qzDhGLx8

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Jul 21, 2019

Scientists Find Key to Sending Data Through Music: Van Halen

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They say rock songs could be used to share WiFi passwords or short messages.

Jul 20, 2019

Human brains naturally tuned to hear music

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Compared to macaques, human brains respond much more strongly to music.

Jul 6, 2019

Doctors Now Prescribing Music Therapy for Heart Ailments, Brain Dysfunction, Learning Disabilities, Depression, PTSD, Alzheimers, Childhood Development and More

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Music has proven time and again to be an important component of human culture. From its ceremonial origin to modern medical usage for personal motivation, concentration, and shifting mood, music is a powerful balm for the human soul. Though traditional “music therapy” encompasses a specific set of practices, the broader use of music as a therapeutic tool can be seen nowadays as doctors are found recommending music for a wide variety of conditions.

Jul 1, 2019

New Research Suggests That Those Who Study Music Excel In Science

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The link between music and better academic performance is studied in a new research study.

Jun 28, 2019

Stallone in ‘Terminator 2’: How Deep Fake Could Change Movies Forever

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It might be a fun game for film fans, but how will “deep fake” technology actually change the future of filmmaking?

In a viral sensation that has been bouncing around the internet, some very popular and very interesting videos have used this budding “Deep Fake” technology to superimpose different people and actors into some of our favorite film scenes.

Found by the Ultimate Action Movie Club, here’s an example of the tech at work replacing Arnold Schwarzenegger’s famous intro scene in Terminator 2 with Sylvester Stallone.

Jun 27, 2019

By turning molecular structures into sounds, researchers gain insight into protein structures and create new variations

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Researchers at MIT have developed a system for converting the molecular structures of proteins, the basic building blocks of all living beings, into audible sound that resembles musical passages. Then, reversing the process, they can introduce some variations into the music and convert it back into new proteins never before seen in nature. Credit: Zhao Qin and Francisco Martin-Martinez.


Want to create a brand new type of protein that might have useful properties? No problem. Just hum a few bars.

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Jun 27, 2019

How Russia’s Citizens Can’t Escape Their Largest Tech Company

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Five years ago, Yandex was just a search engine trying hard to fend off Google in its local market. Since then it has bought Uber Technologies Inc.’s Russia business, built its voice assistant into cars and home appliances, and more than doubled its revenue. Yandex now claims to have 108 million monthly users, which is about 75% of Russia’s population.


I’m woken up by an alarm on a home speaker designed by Yandex NV. I go to work in Yandex taxi listening to the company’s music-streaming service. My lunch is delivered by Yandex. Eats. I buy sneakers on the company’s Beru marketplace, and catch up on a series on its Kinopoisk smart-TV app in the evening.

You get the picture. Not so long ago, most decisions in Russia were decided by the state. Now, Russia’s largest tech company can cater to your every need.

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Jun 23, 2019

Cymascope, Cymatics, Apps, Music, Art

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First “What-the-dolphin-saw” Image of a Submerged Man: Cymatic-Holographic Imaging Technique.


Home of Cymatics and the Cymascope for Research into sound and vibration creating Sonic Apps developed by John Stuart Reid, inspired by Dr. Hans Jenny.

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