- 13/07/2016▶️ New CEO & President in the US and new office in New York City 🇺🇸beBee Insights #2: New CEO & President in the US and new office in New York City We have amazing news to share with all our bees: the social media expert Matt Sweetwood is our new CEO and President in the United States. But that's not...
- 13/07/2016Dedicated to all the Bees (text & audio)www.bebee.com Far away I have some friends Never saw them, this is not the end They just rock, they are prime Am I driving and trying to rhyme??? Funny game...
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- 11/07/2016@Gerald Hecht shared a book in one of his buzzes called Capture by David A. Kessler - I have this marked down as a future read. One of my earliest memories was the assassination of Robert Kennedy. I was 7 years old and my father was painting the front room of our house in London, England. A small black and white was on sitting on a draw that I was looking up towards, when I felt a great disturbance run through me. I could not understand the news report but I instinctively knew this was something terrible - about 10 years ago I got a chance to visit Robert Kennedy's grave in Washington and was surprised to find only a small wooden cross, among monuments and white gravestones of Arlington Cemetery.Capturebooks.google.ca Dr. David A. Kessler, the dynamic and controversial former FDA commissioner known for battling the tobacco industry, has spent the past two decades studying how certain addictive substances influence our behaviour. In his first two books, Dr....
- 11/07/2016I am very happy to announce that Mr @John White, MBA is our Social Marketing Director - beBee USA. I am sure this is only the beginning of a successful story together ! Welcome again John !!
Comments12/07/2016 #42 Cristian Randieri, PhD -President & CEO of Intellisystem.it @C_RandieriCongratulation... We hope to have sooner the same position in Italy..12/07/2016 #35 Maja VujovicMost of us English-speaking bees discovered beBee thanks to the information @John White, MBA provided on other platforms. Hence his appointment as Director of Social Media, beBee USA is well deserved. (I like it when things fall into place so well one can almost hear them click!) Congratulations, beBee USA, you're off to a good start!
- ProducerWhat Will I Look Like......Afrer I Fractal Myself and Tweet the dynamic post (initial) bifurcation to the Universe as it transforms its transformation across platforms and poolside patios alike...it's propogating propagation auto sharing itself into different categories...
Comments11/07/2016 #34 Savvy Raj#6 @CityVP Manjit Thank you for your kind mention here, amidst this interesting flow that @Gerald Hecht has put forth very valid points and queries. Our thoughts can make or break us in every now.. and our life seems like a hell or a blessing in the way our thoughts unfold . Every life has a unique purpose and a perseveres on with the thoughts to fulfill its being . A transition in thoughts is expansive phenomenona .It courses on even in attempted conquering of thoughts through control or manipulation of its meanderings into an intentional channeling in consciousness.
Transcending thoughts is a choice as thoughts come and go ..the patterns we choose to create with , through and in them makes one consciously or subconsciously a sculptor of ones life ... and through every exercise of such a choice we leave a mark in time. That said yet, when we choose to make our presence felt and how we emerge will all figure out along the way in the strength of an interconnectedness of thoughts in interdependence as seen here .:)11/07/2016 #29 Gerald Hecht#27 @CityVP Manjit we all got em to sum degree --I had the misfortune to watch my hero John Lennon die from 5 yards away on 72nd street on a very warm December evening...an a policeman shove me in the chest for inadvertently being in "his" crime steam...the bloody Nike Waffle Trainer prints attested to it... I can't talk about... if Liat ever decides to do social... I leave it for other people in life to handle that...once I thought I would write a "thingie"about (I had to start seeing a doc.,an he thought I should)...not gonna happen and I can't be present...it's what the description on my profile ...not best person to ask or something...11/07/2016 #28 Gerald Hecht#23 @CityVP Manjit I served on a tobacco/nicotine panel with him a long time ago at a International Society for Neuroscience conference when he was still the FDA head ( he's the one who finally put big tobacco in their place... I always knew he could write APA style stuff: I NEVER KNEW HE COULD "WRITE" WRITE11/07/2016 #27 CityVP Manjit#17 Even if freedom is a concept, Nelson Mandela did write a book called the "Long Walk to Freedom" and sometimes that is what life gives to people. I am one of the lucky one's, which is why I continue to bring up the same song by Phil Collins again and again https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt2mbGP6vFI I do not have any conception of suffering or addiction - my life has been 50+ years of uninterrupted bliss - don't ask me how and it is strange how life emerges so differently. With you and Gerald, Margaret believe me when I say that you are teaching me. In a world where everyone has a story my crisis story is losing a library card, and even though I was knifed in 1991 in a mugging, it did not hurt, and I was treated like a rock star for the next six weeks. Guardian angels or the mystical, I have no idea why life pans out as it does, but I know it has.11/07/2016 #26 Gerald Hecht#23 @CityVP Manjit Kessler was a classmate of David Foster Wallace at Amhurst...with his family and friends support the book, elliptically, uses a "Psychiatric/Spiritual Autopsy"..throughout, as a point of reference (as well as tribute in unexpected way)...it's tough stuff in parts; but So very worth the preserverence...it also is precient regarding the "geopolitical mess", in the two or three months since its release...the damage that allowing "mindfulness" into the lay lexicon will cause...11/07/2016 #25 Gerald Hecht#18 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD don't even try to explain... I am more than happy to let those experiences just bee... (Apparently bee is autocorrect default now...that's interesting). I had a teacher once who said to understand something is to "stand under" that something --scientists aren't supposed to say those kinds of thingies...oh well; I pretty much don't care anymore11/07/2016 #23 CityVP Manjit#15 Wow! I have just browsed through the Googlebook preview of Capture, https://books.google.ca/books?id=U7RVCgAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false plus I can see it also links to David Foster Wallace - I am keeping a note of this in my Black Intelligence Hive. Thanks Gerald.11/07/2016 #20 Gerald Hecht#17 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD just a suggestion...but even as we speak it's about 0.5M away (books don't usually get that kind of underlying, dogearing, jacket tearing, binding /spline strain from me...so a RES IPSA LOQUITUR thingie there...(note, it really is a thorough argument for a paradigm shift--it suggests a few methods that may be used to "Gain entry"...but NO SELF HELP BOOK IS THIS...it's a self hope book perhaps... "totally resorts the deck"!11/07/2016 #19 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#13 @Gerald Hecht: I shall let you know when I've begun to conquer what is listed on this Comment stream. .. there's so much and I was supposed to be asleep, but instead this whole thing is a dream. And quite a nice one. I'll be considering this my new 'hiding place' for a time. just thinking....and reading....thanks.11/07/2016 #18 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#12 @Gerald Hecht: Aren't 'mystical' and 'magical' both attributions applied to the higher theory of spirituality? That "rise" of the fourth dimension where we are immortal? Well, I should preface by saying that I had a Near-Death Experience and went to heaven's steps of those great doors....and ever since I came back, everything is different. Too many stories to tell on that one, but.....it was an elevation of consciousness with just thoughts; absence of the body left room for purity of the spirit to live differently. I can't quite explain it now. But I remember.
- Producer22/06/2016A big thank you ! / ¡Muchas gracias!Dear friends, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the wonderful wishes and overwhelming support you have given us during this time.beBee is awesome because of ..... you !A big thank you from the founders.You are RELEVANT.We are working on a...
Comments10/08/2016 #77 AnonymousMany great ideas - great desire is robust search capabilities - mentioned here by a few. I would like a quick way to search for a buzz I read or for comments I made or someone else made. I think Joel's idea is absolutely brilliant - and surely would prevent stale enthusiasm. @Dean Owen is spot on with keeping our Ambassadors aligned with the brand. I also like what Kevin says about the Super Bees out there! I am a supporter of keeping a positive brand as well - making it a safe place to be genuine is what is making this beautiful community thrive. I HEART BEBEE!!!!21/07/2016 #70 Charles David UpchurchGracias para todo el mundo quien trbajan en hagar beBee tanto magnífico! @Javier beBee, hay una falta pequeño en tu traduccion inglés aqui....ecribes "We much appreciate your suggestions and your critics help us to improve." En inglés es differente de español: palabra 'criticos' en español puedes significar ó las ideas, ó las personas, ellas. En inglés, "critics" es todavia las personas (con significa un poco mal) y "critiques" (que ven de lengua frances) es solamente las ideas. In general, however, your written English is very good, Javier. As you can see, my writing, in Spanish, is not nearly as good as your writing in English. My suggestion, therefore, is to edit this article to this: "We much appreciate your suggestions and your critiques help us to improve."
- 10/07/2016Made my day today when an eagle-eyed Millennial said he stopped reading a SurveyMonkey article about Millennials on LInkedIn, when he saw the Infographic contained the number "43th" - this is to good to be true, but still true. The author on LinkedIn updated the error but it is too precious not to screenshot and preserve this for posterity or at least in the spirit of ;personally dedicating this to my own funny-bone.
- Talking research collaborations and materials science with Morgan Advanced Materials | IOM3www.iom3.org Mehul Chavda discusses his career in materials science and his work exploring graphene’s...
- 09/07/2016FAIR WINDS AND SAFE HARBORS, CAP'N CHRIS... http://www.tradeonlytoday.com/2016/07/longtime-marine-journalist-loses-cancer-battle/
- ProducerIt Was Fifty Years Ago (Last Month) That Bob Dylan Played His Second “Electric Show” In Forest Hills New York...It Was Fifty Years Ago (Last Month) That Bob Dylan Played His Second “Electric Show” In Forest Hills New York...BUT OF COURSE THIS IS A LIE...IT WAS FIFTY ONE YEARS AGO! EVEN MORE IMPORTANTLY --HE IS COMING TO BATON ROUGE THIS FALL (tickets on sale...
Comments10/07/2016 #10 CityVP Manjit#7 Cool, for the first time in my life I actually know where Route 66 starts and ends and also learned today the actual significance of Highway 61 in terms of its musical pedigree. There is a whole lot of history in all that, even for a hooligan like me who was born in Britain and was informed more by the punk rock movement that the Ramones inspired in England - where even Billy Bragg wrote a song about trunk road A13 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QO_CT3mcKrM - I do know this not anywhere close to the magic and gravitas of songs about Route 66 or Highway 61.10/07/2016 #6 CityVP ManjitThere was Jim Morrison, there was Janice Joplin and there was Jimi Hendrix, so thankfully Robert Zimmerman did not call himself "Job". Now Bob Dylan gets to out live John Lennon, Michael Jackson, David Bowie and Prince and even Elvis Presley (here I can hear the millennials thinking who dat?) - but this is not what us Babyboomers demand, we need our icons to be a James Dean or Marilyn Munroe, bigger than life and six feet under. Now the burning question is - Was Billy Joel right? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9o8aryIEuaY BTW keep up the emoji's - ever since David Beckham, the metro-sexual man is hip and who wants to be classified with the cold-as-ice cold blooded baby boomers. Crapzies I don't have emoji's on my laptop - just as my babyboomer granite expression whines, why did Gerard double up on that Islamic emoji? My emoji is still a full-stop.
- Producer09/07/2016Found in TranslationI am getting ready for what is right around the corner right now. While I have doggedly refused to be put on the family mobile phone plan, I see all our kids accessing amazing mobile apps, where they no longer dial but simply ask Siri to put a call...
Comments09/07/2016 #12 CityVP Manjit#8 Dear Mohamed follow the money, and see how organizations are just now waking up to the reality of action learning and while academic institutions today have become enamored by corporations, this thinking has been around 50 years. Thus it takes 50 years for common sense to permeate through the current economic system https://www.itapintl.com/about-us/articles/action-learning-in-a-nutshell - Mohamed I do not have 50 years, neither does any other Bee, when the opportunity is ripe right now and when @Juan Imaz will think about this opportunity, suddenly BeBee's idea of affinity relationships reaches into a new stratosphere. This knowledge is not some brilliant mind in the hear and now - and I am not going to apply 1960's Counter Culture thinking to drive change - we in the West are re-living the 60's turmoil, when we need 21st Century actions. We do not need any more platitudes, for education is all around us, except deeply within us and yet we still need permission to explore - because HMV still rules - his Masters Voice continues to depend on a few appointed experts, instead all the heartbeats of affinity, which beats and beats and place your hand on your own heart and you will hear education.09/07/2016 #11 CityVP Manjit#9 Dear @Anees Zaidi the day we do not have to tip-toe on egg-shells within academic institutions is the day when academic institutions become embodiment of education rather than reflections of egotistical politics and special interest constituencies. Who is going to break through those closed-minded ranks depends on the system being changed outside-in. On the outside we are exposed to the cutting edge, but the insides of institutions are always years behind and then these slow-changing politico's take pride in making the slightest modicum of change, when we had made all those changes long before them. We are therefore the actual leaders of education, and not the institutionalized, for they are merely playing catch up as our freedom to learn externally advances and we discover learning is not a domain of the captive class..09/07/2016 #9 Anees Zaidi#7 Excellent thought @CityVP Manjit. Knowledge without intelligence is of no use. Knowledge per se is of no help. Unfortunately our academic institutions are imparting / transferring knowledge only. They failed to help translate this knowledge into intelligence. Infinite learning is good and healthy but to be of real worth it must lead to intelligence. I conform to your saying.09/07/2016 #7 CityVP Manjit#5 Yes @Mohamed Amroussi learning is a lifetime activity and therefore continuous in that regard, but it must have ends that allow it to sleep, because new learning is that fresh burst of perspective, of that moment when something entirely new emerges in the field of our vision, when an idea ignites in our mind that was never there before - and then it builds into something, perhaps even into a life of its own. Learning where the mind is full is simply fat, it is an obesity of knowledge but learning that leads to intelligence, which is true education, that is the mobius strip.09/07/2016 #6 CityVP Manjit#4 When it comes to affinity, this is the Greg Rogers University, it is the @Mohamed Amroussi University, it is the @Sara Jacobovici University, it is the @Mamen Delgado University, the @Catalina Serrano University, it is the @Ali Anani University, the @Anees Zaidi University, the Alan @Alan Geller University, the @Gerald Hecht University and I can keep going ad infinitum - and keep going until I can personally reach the limits of what I am able to pay attention to lest I spread myself too thin.09/07/2016 #2 CityVP Manjit#1 Dear Irene, life can now become a university of our own making, so imagine the network effects across the globe seeing education as a creation of a greater home rather than the traditional treatment of labour. We are truly educated when we are open to the affinity of our own learning, where language and nationality no longer is a barrier or a creator of more divisions that separate us from a great abundance of wisdom. We keep looking for truth outside of ourselves which then turns into fear and not into love. How can we show anyone this education when it is solely our own? I cannot make you any wiser within than what you choose. We have the whole history of thought in our hands, this evolution requires us to unleash our own DNA - a mental not physical evolution, which is the only essential difference between what is human and animal.
- RES IPSA LOQUITUR! thingie.TR@ND - Spirit of Harmony Foundationspiritofharmony.org “Play Like a Champion Today” Exciting plans are being made for September/October when Todd visits the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana for more than a week of public and private events. An underlying theme of the visit is “Play Like a...
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Comments09/08/2016 #26 Gerald Hecht@Jim Able As always,thank you for the updates! We are still in "full blackout mode" here...all we do lately is huddle around the magic device awaiting your next dispatch; you really cannot imagine the depth of our gratitude...be safe, oh able one (wherever you are), while we commence catching up with the outside world!
- Producer09/07/2016What being a Digital Nomad taught me about LifeI've been a Digital Nomad for the past 5 years. I left my home country of South Africa in 2011 and decided to slow-travel the world, learning about other cultures, expanding myself on all levels and experiencing the things I'd always dreamed of....
Comments12/07/2016 #21 Amour Setter#20 Thank you @Aaron Skogen. Money doesn't bring you happiness, but experiencing life and all it has to offer through travel does. I think its great that you didn't go shopping for a bigger house. More stuff just means more headaches. Downscaling is the new black ;)12/07/2016 #20 Aaron SkogenI am really enjoying reading these little snippets about your experience @Amour Setter. Your story is truly inspirational. I love this, and it rings so true ". . . you don't need "stuff" to make you happy. Now I shop for experiences instead and I feel much more fulfilled." My bride and I often talk about this as we live in a postage stamp house with three kids, but instead of buying a "more suitable house for five", we explore, travel and spend our time (and yes, some money) making memories. I just love your story and admire your passion for exposing your son to experiences.
- Some guy I accepted a connection from immediately tried to get me to invest somehow in something called Blue Energy. I responded:
I'm homeless. I am perfectly at home. This intrigues me. Yet I have no interest. Blue Energy tempts my curiosity to leave its den. She lays her head back on her paws
--he offered me no assistance
Comments09/07/2016 #13 Gerald Hecht#10 @CityVP Manjit well what is this blue energy? Desalinization Turbines; Radioactive wave currents off of Fukoshima? Is it a Mindfullness Technique? Should I have formed a proper Haiku? WHAT IS IT? HOW COULD I BE OF ANY USE? I need answers and he is not giving me any!09/07/2016 #10 CityVP Manjit#9 Dear Pamela, with the trolls I simply say good doggie, pat the troll on the head and tell them to fetch the bone, with spammers, Gerald has the right idea, to turn them into comedy hour. When someone is laughing at them, they won't want to sell us stuff, and when we don't give them reason to get our nerves excited, they will go do their poop somewhere else. This particular guy was selling investments in Blue Energy - and in reality, I am wrong to turn that into a Viagra joke, when clearly I have misunderstood, that Blue Energy should be the new euphemism for porn. Even though even this apparently is another kind of urban myth http://knowledgenuts.com/2014/03/05/betamax-didnt-lose-to-vhs-because-of-adult-films/09/07/2016 #9 Pamela L. WilliamsI received a following notification from this guy and check out his profile. Something didn't click so I did an internet search. Face it right but I think the profile was built from a photo off the internet. I didn't return the follow. Especially because the profile straight out says they are looking for a individual or company and you don't really need to do anything. I'm all for doing nothing, but it was a red flag of; this definitely illegal or a scam.09/07/2016 #5 CityVP ManjitCome on guys, it is still cheaper to buy viagra at your local chemist or was it the blue pill from Matrix which takes us back into dreamland - can't remember if this mystery Japanese guy ever has asked me, or perhaps he already has and I have already digested it which maybe why it is I am linking to this song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDl8ZPm3GrU
My name is Alvaro, I have an Travel & Photography instagram page called @joeredtravel where I try to inspire people to get out there and explore. I take my camera with me everywhere I go, and I try to go as many places as I can!
I will try to post a picture a day with you beautiful people!
This one was taken in January during a brutal snowstorm and is one of my favourite black & white pictures.
Comments09/07/2016 #6 Gerald Hecht#4 @CityVP Manjit In an Intro to Photography Class they would have said that could never be in the center of the composition --that it should be off to one side, asymmetrical...CLEARLY @Alvaro Rojas is has transcended anything that an Introduction to Photography Teacher would espouse!09/07/2016 #1 Gerald Hecht@Alvaro Rojas this looks exactly like the town in upstate NY where I went to graduate school, and nearly froze to death and or succumbed to the joys of pneumonia on numerous occasions. What you've captured here is the the essential feeling of that town --every single day of the year 🌨☃💨🌬
- Producer08/07/2016The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner 🏅There we were, stumbling around the Gold Coast in the dark at 5.30am, her mum, myself, and of course 'my little girl'. The fact that she's in her late twenties, married, and a successful career business women has nothing to do with the fact that...
Comments12/07/2016 #37 Pascal DerrienLong distance runners see races and HM and FM as a social events even though you are alone in the effort there is almost a mystical communion between all runners I run on my own mainly but see races as a disco for runners I am pretty sure your little girl was proud to have you around , my 10 year old little man did his first 5k race with me the other day when he raised money for a friend who cerebral palsy but one day he will be faster than me and maybe we will do a marathon together.....it is true that you were you are alone but rarely lonely..... :-)09/07/2016 #32 Donna-Luisa EversleyTag and keep me in the loop guys
Sometimes we need more tries
Keep me smiling with your stories
I like sharing all your glory..
If you cannot tag today
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Just keep him in the loop, or I'll miss your daily scoop
@ken Boddie @Dean Owen, @Frederico Alvarez San Martin :-)
- Producer08/07/2016gerry's STUPID SENSATION & PERCEPTION TRICKS II: IT WORKS WITH ACTUAL MUSIC AS WELL"ACOUSTIC HURRICANE": Here we have an experiment in top down auditory processing which informs us that: Our brains "make up stuff all the time."When incoming sensory information (i.e., sights, sounds, tastes, etc.) travel to the Central Nervous...
Comments09/07/2016 #12 John VaughanAnother one that I 'discovered' (a looooong time ago) while working in video: "Edit to the music." Sound provides continuity. Present a random series of images. Play music. Any music. Your audience will insist that the sound and images "go together". We find the pattern. Or make one up. There's a high correlation between intelligence and paranoia.08/07/2016 #11 Gerald Hecht@John Vaughan this is good stuff, FWIW, when I'm teaching Sensation and Perception --I've found a couple of sure fire demos, that are funcational: 1) bring in a virus laden Windows desktop and randomly pick a student to retrieve a website for me that is relevant to the the class; projecting it on screen; as the pop ups begin there relentless assault, I switch the projection to the volunteer who is behaving frantically, with all "their might" to move Windows that "are in front of" and therefore blocking, the relevant window which somewhere "behind the others" --somewhere "way in back"... The rest of the class begins to giggle, quietly at first...as they observe the body language!
Then I stop the madness, and Tao the monitor with my knuckles, "knocking on the door"...and ask the sweating frantic student can any thing really be in "front of" or behind" anything else
"In there?'" Can there even be an "in there?"
2) same idea but with a first person shooter game...projecting the player's "body English" as they try to look around a boulder for the enemy!
No lecture needed that day
RES IPSA LOQUITUR!08/07/2016 #8 Michael Angelo Icarus Yusufidis@Gerald Hecht You're welcome. I appreciate and share your observations regarding my own profile. I'm finding it extremely fun designing and shaping what I can currently coin as a framework for a conceptual discipline. Planning to step into the Hasso PIattner Institute of Design Thinking (d.school) as a next step. More to come.
- 07/07/2016@Pamela L. Williams our agents were, in fact, able to obtain the actual surveillance photo from the writers summit held on July 4th. I am so stunned (not so much from the photographic conspiracy) as from the fact there is a riot outside my window here in Baton Rouge from a cold blooded police shooting earlier, and it's loud...
This may be my final insipid post...I hope that the fact that the camera is considered innocuous may exonerate our agents for collecting photographic evidence without a warrant
- Producer05/07/2016Neuroregeneration: The Solution to Neurodegenerative DiseaseThere are currently no quick fix solutions for conditions like Parkinson's, no magic cures. But neuroregeneration is also possible. By applying the principles of Applied Neuroplasticity and using the right kinds of stimuli to create new brain cells...
Comments08/07/2016 #17 Gerald Hecht@Gary Sharpe okay ... (Sorry today I eas letting myself be pulled in too many directions)... I have the context/frame thingie back... I shall return... I've pretty much made my runners dystonia be dissappeared by using some, well my pharma friends don't wish to know...message time08/07/2016 #15 Gerald Hecht#11 @Deb Helfrich in case I'm not answering the right question... I don't want to try to come close to spelling the enzymes on a phone with this interface, nor the degradation pathways, there are several (homovanillic acid on down is the biggie I guess) . Again (in haste and guessing) what it your talking about...a big problem with pushing the catecholamine system beyond the physiological and into the pharmacological is homocysteine levels and neurotoxicity becomes (as if weren't bad enough already) a positive feedback loop, you also start to get Dopamine Reuptake Transporters (DAT) --(and I know dat I got a PhD in dat, lol) will start recycling and releasing Norepinephrine from remote locations that have survived COMT and MAO "sharks" and yo get dopamergic neurons releasing norepinephrine VESICULARLY with arriving action potentials and that's bad...let me read what you guys were talking about in case it has nothing to do with what I guessed.08/07/2016 #12 Gerald Hecht#11 @Deb Helfrich a sorry I didn't catch the start of this ...but I guessing from the context a thingie pertaining to metabolic catecholamine synthesis pathway: You can start with l-Phenylethlamine (DO NOT ATTEMPT IF YOU HAVE PKU!!!) -->l-tyrosine---> l-DOPA ( in SUBSTANTIA NIGRA That's as far as it goes under physiological conditions ) ---> Norepinephrine (as far as it goes in the loecus coeruleus) ---> epinephrine.07/07/2016 #11 Deb HelfrichThanks for the tip @Neal Rauhauser & this study @Jeremy Kossen. Resveratrol is on our list of things to try, but the bio-availability was my biggest concern - this paper is very interesting in that the biosynthesis pathway listed for these 2 also start with tyrosine & phenylalanine as does dopamine..... @Gerald Hecht since we need to keep you off the streets what say you about this curious fact?07/07/2016 #10 Jeremy Kossen#9 Neal, have you read this study? Effects of pterostilbene and resveratrol on brain and behavior: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/280497175_Effects_of_Pterostilbene_and_Resveratrol_on_Brain_and_Behavior07/07/2016 #9 Neal Rauhauser@Gary Sharpe have you ever tried pterostilbene? I got some a few months ago, I personally reacted badly to it, but my insides are one of a kind and my neurological trouble is digestive. Based on my reading it looks like it could be good for Parkinson's patients and it's not at all expensive - something like $15 for a month's supply.
- 07/07/2016Let's make a huge Mexican wave to my dearest nephew @Alvaro Rojas, living in L.A.! Welcome to beBee honey!!
Caluroso recibimiento a mi querido sobrino Álvaro Rojas, bienvenido a beBee!!! 🐝Alvaro Rojas - beBeewww.bebee.com Public profile of Alvaro Rojas on beBee. beBee is the only social affinity network specialized by sector. Join and get...
Comments08/07/2016 #50 Gerald Hecht#49 @Mamen Delgado you'd have to be one of those memory experts on the "Dr. Oz" show or something "imagine you're walking through a castle, and inside each room..." Or you take the person's name and immediately associate it with an object and then you visualize this new acquaintance interacting with..." What they don't tell you is how you get slapped in the face for staring at her for 10 minutes while trying to do the math08/07/2016 #32 CityVP ManjitGuess the movie, of course here I am dealing with the Rojas and not the Rojo's - welcome to BeBee Alvaro!! : Joe: Baxter's over there, Rojo's there, me right smack in the middle.
Silvanito: If you are thinking what I suspect, I tell you, don't try it!
Joe: Crazy bell-ringer was right. There's money to be made in these parts.