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#059: EMF’s, Leptin and 5G

by Brett Hawes

Today I speak with prominent bio-hacker and neurosurgeon, Dr Jack Kruse. Jack is best known for his theories on cellular aging, EMF’s and blue light and how they impact cellular functioning; and the ripple effect into areas like leptin resistance and mitochondrial functioning

  • 6:00 – a neurosurgeon’s leap into natural medicine
  • 8:45 – the science that underpins nature
  • 9:00 – applying the science to biology
  • 11:00 – the implications of tinkering with science
  • 13:45 – our manipulation of light and it’s effect on our biology
  • 15:45 – light, free radicals and mitochondria
  • 16:00 – evolution, the environment and our biology
  • 20:00 – understanding light
  • 23:00 – the condemnation of new ideas
  • 23:15 – the dumbing down of health and wellness (and the inherent problems)
  • 25:00 – understanding leptin
  • 27:45 – leptin, melanopsin and light
  • 29:00 – leptin, hormones and melatonin
  • 32:00 – 120 million new diabetics in 25 years – here’s what happened in India
  • 33:40 – diabetes and light
  • 35:00 – fat vs skinny diabetics
  • 37:00 – diabetes is a mitochondrial disease
  • 41:25 – defining the electromagnetic spectrum – optimizing human biology
  • 44:15 – the truth behind 3G, 4G and beyond
  • 44:45 – 5G and topology
  • 47:35 – nocturnal animals and brain tumors
  • 49:00 – 5G and light waves
  • 50:00 – 5G, dopamine and control
  • 52:00 – 5G, privacy and the 4th amendment
  • 56:30 – sick people, zip codes and technology
  • 60:00 – the single biggest hack to protect yourself from 5G
  • 63:30 – we won’t stop 5G
  • 64:45 – nature is good but where are you?
  • 65:30 – the digitization of medical records and it’s impacts
  • 65:55 – the opiate crisis
  • 67:00 – EMF’s, musicians and suicide
  • 69:00 – the inverse square law
  • 70:10 – other hacks to protect yourself from 5G

Visit Jack’s website here: https://jackkruse.com/

Apologies for the shaky audio quality. We have changed recording platforms in an effort to get our audio quality back where it’s always been