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Friday, July 19, 2013

Why Being a Little Selfish is Good For You

The word has such negative connotations. It’s seen as a tremendous character flaw – the type of insult that someone may yell out in a heat of passion only to stop a conversation dead in its tracks, as the receiving party takes tremendous offense.
To be fair, part of that reputation is earned. We’ve all known people that are truly selfish – people that would figuratively (and possibly literally) step on the faces of others in order to pursue their own needs. These people are truly selfish individuals, and they often know very little of caring, happiness, giving, and love, read on....

Thursday, July 18, 2013


 TA 65 is in battling free radicals

I am not sure how many times I’ve said that longer telomeres protect against cancer. Probably almost as many times as I’ve had to refute someone saying “telomerase causes cancer therefore TA-65 might cause cancer.”
Back in December 2010 JAMA a very drug centric Big Pharma supported journal published a study that associated short telomere lengths with more cancer and worse cancer and vice versa. Conclusion: short telomeres are associated with cancer and long ones are not.  Then came the attacks
“What about those tumors that have longer telomeres like glioblastoma?”
Answer: those tumors use the ALT mechanism to lengthen their telomeres which does not involve telomerase. This mechanism, ALT, is however associated with the same genetic (or if you prefer genomic) instability that is caused by short telomeres because the recombination of ALT ruins the integrity of the genome, similar to the way short telomeres allow the genome to become unstable.
The common pathway is genome instability.
So over the past 5 years or so I’ve been fighting a slowly winning battle to convince more and more people that having longer telomeres Readon...

Wednesday, July 17, 2013


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Saturday, July 6, 2013

How to get RIPPED in 36 days

How to get RIPPED in 36 days (new protocol)

If you want to see the exact protocol of how my friend Nick lost an insane amount of body fat, all while actually building lean muscle at the same time, pay attention to this email... in fact, I'll show you some pretty cool before and after pics of Nick after two 36-day "rounds" of this new protocol that he designed.

Now let me just first say that Nick is one of the smartest personal trainers that I know, and he's even been called "the mad scientist" because of his unique workouts and all of the crazy experiments that he runs on himself and his clients. He's even INVENTED several exercises that nobody in the fitness world had ever thought of before... I'm not kidding.  The guy is an exercise genius.

The types of programs he uses are like nothing I've ever seen with most traditional trainers, so it's not surprising that Nick gets better results than most trainers.  Check this out below and see how you can use Nick's protocol he's invented to totally re-shape your body in 36 days: Read on

Thursday, July 4, 2013




IOL br new scott cundill


NewERA sues to stop bank securitisations December 21 2012 at 08:47am By Wiseman Khuzwayo. Comment on this story Scott Cundill, chairman of the New Economic Rights Alliance. The New Economic Rights Alliance (NewERA) is making an urgent application in the South Gauteng High Court today seeking to interdict the big four banks from securitising the loans of their clients.

 NewERA says the interdict, if granted, will bring relief to more than 1 000 consumers who face losing their homes, cars and other assets due to the non-payment of their debt to banks this festive season. NewERA describes itself as a community of people who are seeking transparency in the banking and corporate finance sectors. Chairman Scott Cundill is the founder and chief executive of Majestic Interactive, a software marketing platform that claims to generate database response rates of over 1 000 percent above the industry average.

 In August NewERA issued summonses to Absa, FNB, Nedbank and Standard Bank, as well as the Reserve Bank, in which it sought a full investigation of the banking system. Among the 65 respondents are special purpose vehicles (SPVs). NewERA says the banks use these entities as “conduits” to sell off bundles of loans, which are then traded on various bond markets and stock exchanges in a process known as securitisation. The securitisation of “toxic assets” by Wall Street bank Lehman Brothers and others caused the subprime meltdown in the US, which in turn led to the 2008 global financial crisis. Subprime loans were mortgages granted without a deposit to clients who had poor or non-existent credit histories. 

 According to the Banking Association of SA website, local banks securitise loans worth about R30 billion a month. NewERA says banks bundle these loans together using an SPV and sell them to third party investors via stock and bond markets. These investors include pension funds and some bankrupt municipalities. NewERA says banks are not upfront on this issue because once a bank securitises a loan, it loses all rights to the asset...READ ON