This is one of the most significant partnerships that Northwestern has developed with a health care company. Baxter International Inc. Develops, manufactures and markets products that save and sustain the lives of people with hemophilia, immune disorders, infectious diseases, kidney disease, trauma and other chronic and acute medical conditions.
2) Adya Clarity will be relabeled with a “full transparency” label that discloses the accurate concentration of elements in the product in a way that is clear to customers and does not minimize or hide any particular element as is currently being done. In addition, the “ingredients” section of the label will accurately list the key ingredient sulfuric acid which is currently not listed on the label, as well as aluminum sulfate in its proper concentration. In other words, The Raw Food World will not sell Adya Clarity unless and until the label is approved by Ralph Fucetola.
I remember all the bs news things like “new legal drug like heroine used by teens” etc, we ignored this crap as laws were passed state by state now it led to its inevitable outcome. Sates slowly started banning it over the last few years so this plan has obviously been in the works for a while and was planned out nationwide by similar groups. If we keep up pressure and have various groups working on legal precidents in our favor then we can keep it legal or at worst minimally scheduled which would still be horrible.
“We can’t do experiments on stars and galaxies,” Rees explained, “but we can have a virtual universe in our computer, and calculate what happens if you crash galaxies together, evolve stars, etc. So, because we can simulate some cosmic features in a gross sense, we have to ask, ‘As computers become vastly more powerful, what more could we simulate?'”It’s not crazy to believe that some time in the far future,” he said, “there could be computers which could simulate a fairly large fraction of a world.”A prime assumption of all simulation theories is that consciousness the inner sense of awareness, like the sound of Gershwin or the smell of garlic can be simulated; in other words, that a replication of the complete physical states of the brain will yield, ipso facto, the complete mental states of the mind. (This direct correspondence usually assumes, unknowingly, the veracity of what’s known in philosophy of mind as “identity theory,” one among many competing theories seeking to solve the intractable “mind body problem”.) Such a brain only mechanism to account for consciousness, required for whole world simulations and promulgated by physicalists, is to me not obvious.I asked Rees whether human level consciousness and self consciousness can be simulated.”That may be the kind of question that would demand a superhuman intelligence to answer,” which, he adds, “could be forever beyond our capacity.”Physicist Paul Davies has a different take.