Vizual Cortex

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Vizual Cortex
Posted almost 2 years ago
What makes a genius?
Walking where others fail to see the path. Not being stuck in a specific field of study or school of thought . Being autistic and having a busted brain thats wired wrong. Being Alone because you think different. Having weak social skills. Having LOW EQ. Being exposed to prescription drugs at a young age because doctors like making machines out of people. Having a father who sucked up a bunch of agent orange and spit out a kid with pudding pops for legs and eyes that were jacked up and shitty DNA. Some genius is born out of less then pleasant conditions as a survival mechanism or conditioning process. Too real for ya. Sorry my apologies and some insight to my condition http://youtu.be/7sRHhzNLKb4 just a form of art i tap out manual unlike no other in the world a simple visual jazz manual tap tap tap lots out wires. Feelings that are void in personal engagements with others. Doing art and avoiding having anything in common with any other artist and hiding out because its more comfortable to create a reality then fit into one.
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Vizual Cortex
Posted almost 2 years ago
A megalithic building equation using Edward Leedskalnin as 1.
Egyptians used an advantage that is so simple it goes right over the top of the heads of people who are looking when the answer has been there in their faces the whole time Hint Hint Hint TIME. Simple machines that leave no marks and are not high tech,sci fi or whatever other BS weak minded thinkers/problem solvers can come up with in the absence of explanation or the scientific method or experimental archeology that explains all the faulty models built on the backs of all the other faulty models. I have a new one that is simple and sweet like Eds 16 I dont want credit but at the same time i would like to give Ed his Credit because he is an inspiration to my imagination. I feel conflicted cause i dont know what it means to solve problems other folks just guess at. When you get it have fun and enjoy the ride. I hope it breaks down the walls of bad Science with A Little LIGHT.
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Vizual Cortex
Posted almost 2 years ago
A megalithic building equation using Edward Leedskalnin as 1.
I am saying that he is the only known in an equation of unknowns with a set amount of known material over time moved. This gives a working model for use in a computer simulation. If there are some facts that i am missing about 4th grade educated 99lb Ed please enlighten me. I offer you an idea and now you need to offer some something other then guesswork to how he built it otherwise Edward is indeed representative of a megalithic builder no matter how you think he built it because he is indeed equal to one and no one else is equal to him that I no of.
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Vizual Cortex
Posted almost 2 years ago
What does cave art mean to you?
Answer what you know and solve for what you dont know. I am thinking the hands that are often painted on rock walls around the world can tell us more then previously thought but hey im just guessing and dont really have any formal anything. Feel free to use this idea I dont have any smart friends. Males and females generally have different finger proportions. In males, digit 2 is shorter than digit 4, but in females digit 2 is the same length or longer than digit 4. The second- to fourth-digit (2D:4D) ratio correlates with numerous sexually dimorphic behavioral and physiological conditions. Although correlational studies suggest that digit ratios reflect prenatal exposure to androgen, the developmental mechanism underlying sexually dimorphic digit development remains unknown. Here we report that the 2D:4D ratio in mice is controlled by the balance of androgen to estrogen signaling during a narrow window of digit development. Androgen receptor (AR) and estrogen receptor α (ER-α) activity is higher in digit 4 than in digit 2. Inactivation of AR decreases growth of digit 4, which causes a higher 2D:4D ratio, whereas inactivation of ER-α increases growth of digit 4, which leads to a lower 2D:4D ratio. We also show that addition of androgen has the same effect as inactivation of ER and that addition of estrogen mimics the reduction of AR. Androgen and estrogen differentially regulate the network of genes that controls chondrocyte proliferation, leading to differential growth of digit 4 in males and females. These studies identify previously undescribed molecular dimorphisms between male and female limb buds and provide experimental evidence that the digit ratio is a lifelong signature of prenatal hormonal exposure. Our results also suggest that the 2D:4D ratio can serve as an indicator of disrupted endocrine signaling during early development, which may aid in the identification of fetal origins of adult diseases. Zhengui Zheng and Martin J. Coh1