On December 20, 2014, Brighter Brains Institute sent a large box of “Replacement Food” produced by Powderedfoods.com to Calapan City, on the island of Mindoro in The Philippines… it will arrive in 30-45 days. PowderedFoods.com blends a water-based “DIY-Soylent” product.
The Mormon Transhumanist Association (MTA) was extremely philanthropic in 2014. Members of MTA contributed generously to charity campaigns in Uganda that were conducted by Roger Hansen and Hank Pellissier, managers of MTA humanitarian projects.
Last Sunday, a 45 year old woman, Christine Jemeli Koech, was accused of witchcraft. A neighbour claimed that Koech, a mother of six had been responsible for her child’s illness. A local mob stormed Koech’s house early in the morning while she was asleep. They murdered… Continue Reading
“If aging is driven by damage, then damage must accelerate aging. If hormesis induces damage and slows down aging, then aging is not driven by damage. So a straightforward explanation is that aging is not caused by accumulation of molecular damage.” –Mikhail Blagosklonny
Brighter Brains Institute (BBI) has raised $2,675 in only two days to launch a “Parasitology Laboratory” in western Uganda, at Kasese Humanist Primary School (KHPS). The de-worming institute will slay helminths that lurk inside the 325 KHPS students and the 70,000 inhabitants of Kasese, a Rwenzori mountain town. The laboratory… Continue Reading
Robert Pellissier, Henri Pellissier, and Jeffrey Pellissier — two brothers and a cousin more commonly known as “Bob, Hank, and Jeff” - are starting a series of disease-fighting clinics in the Kasese province of western Uganda, near the Rwenzori “Mountains of the Moon.”
Congratulations! Five transhumanist organizations collaborated to raise $1,010 - this total will fund three trade schools in Kyarumba, Uganda - a small rural town in the Rwenzori Mountains, known as the “Mountains of the Moon.”
<p>Roger Hansen, plus the Mormon Transhumanist Association and Brighter Brains Institute, are co-sonsoring a campaign <b><i>to elevate digital literacy in Uganda by establishing a computer laboratory in Masaka that offers low-tuition classes. (</i></b>Masaka is a town of 70,000 people located 120 km south of Kampala, the capital of Uganda. The… Continue Reading
On August 7, 2014, I became 62 years old. I don’t celebrate birthdays with glee anymore; the era of giddy cake and candles is long gone because I’ve arrived (supposedly) at my final chapter, the “Death Watch.”
Air pollution affects the brain in a negative way. For many years we have known that polluted air damages the brains of children, the developing brains, the brains of the future! (The components of air pollution (PAH, PM) are explained at the conclusion of this… Continue Reading