What can a K-Pop detention tell us about the psychology of trust?

Ed Park, MD dr ed park, News, nobel prize, stem cell theory of aging, TA-65, Telomerase Activation Medicine 2 Comments

Unfortunately, when people decide to look into anti-aging, they treat the telomerase activation theory with the same suspicion as a LAX customs officer.

Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology? Not for Telomerase Activators

Ed Park, MD dr ed park, nobel prize, TA-65, Telomerase activation 2 Comments

It would appear that the Federal Trade Commission has decided to target advertising telomerase activation from nutraceuticals. Sorry, Cal, I really think you should be getting a Nobel Prize but instead, you may be getting the treatment from the feds.

Colonialism, perpetual war, and the banality of oligarchical collectivism

Ed Park, MD #TheatricalThursdays, dr ed park, News, nobel prize, slice of life 1 Comment

We live in interesting times. But it is too bad that the world is so easily manipulated by fear and closed to the notion that we are all on this planet together to coexist. The velocity of money fuels the progress of a few men whilst the world-soul degrades.

Racism on the rise? If so, it is your fault!

Ed Park, MD #PhilanthropyFridays, dr ed park, Hypatia, News, nobel prize, slice of life 4 Comments

How odd it would be to send Al Sharpton and David Duke back in time to witness the banality of black on white slavery and to understand that our notions of their perceived conflicts are predicated on social constructs that arose out of the particular history of European Enlightenment, Colonialism, and the Pseudoscience of Anthropology (spoken as an Anthropology major myself.)