Someone asked me today how things have changed for me in the past six months or so, what it felt like, how I knew I was making progress. I have almost daily epiphanies about one aspect or another of human society, and sometimes I forget these “lessons” as soon as I have them. But some […]

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Interesting Developments

Having been so overwhelmed by various experiences, it’s been difficult to keep a steady blog. However, I am randomly motivated and thus feel compelled to express. It’s a rare feeling; almost obliging. I’m definitely not the same person I was a year ago. Difficulties in finding certain similarities–easy to find others. Constantly changing world views aren’t […]

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What Does It Mean to me to be Autistic? Why do aspies and auties like water so much?

I have been continuing on my path and taking 5gm of glutamine daily. Aside from the initial differences I felt, I haven’t noticed any additional benefits; although I have continued to notice improvements in my cognitive empathy. I’m also significantly more in control of my emotions, and I think I’ve been having fewer “meltdowns” on a […]

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Some evidence that Vit. B6 Improves Verbal IQ for Small Subgroup of children with PDDs

Besides being a beautifully simple-looking molecule, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (a.k.a. vitamin B6) has long been known to be a highly beneficial nutritional supplement for humans, and works in symphony with vit. B2 and others to produce PLP (pyridoxal 5-phosphate). It’s long been known as an anti-oxidant and a preventer of many diseases, and is metabolised in the […]

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An MIT Researcher Explains a Potential Link Between Autism and Synergistic Poisoning from Aluminium and Glyphosate

This is an interesting theory. This is a 2-hour lecture by Dr. Stephanie Seneff, and is immensely illuminating (apologies to Ungaretti). The gist of it is that even though pesticides and substances like glyphosate and aluminium have been deemed “safe” on their own, some of these can be damaging to the brain when working in synergy, and […]

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