How hemochromatosis increases stroke risk

Hemochromatosis means you have high Iron.  That is my current theory for what is the root cause of all my problems.

High iron prevents normal blood clotting.  Typical chelators can prevent strokes it seems so it would stand to reason that reducing iron in people with hemochromatosis may help their blood clot properly and prevent strokes.  Mabye this is how Bayer is trying to perform eugenics because they know that by advising everyone to take asprin, people with hemochromatosis will be killed off by following this advice and getting a stroke from it.

Low iron causes blood clots

Julian Assange should be Pardoned NOW by Trump

You don't play with fire.  Trump likely is waiting until the Wikileaks case is over and he is reelected before pardoning Assange and other victims of the RussiaGate Witch hunt.  However that is very risky and playing with fire.  If I was president (which I don't believe in the office so I would never accept the position because leadership is given by God not by human offices).  But I believe to do the right thing in Trumps position short of stepping down would be to Pardon Assange and everyone persecuted by russiagate yes even including Cohen the Rat. Magically the FBI Informant Jerome Corsi will be the only one not in need of a pardon which is par for the course for such intelligence assets.

Trump shouldn't dilly dally and play politics with innocent peoples lives.  Pardon all right now and defend the republic like a true Boss.  Never Give up Never Surrender.  A bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bushel.  Never wait to do good, when it is currently in your power to do so right now.

Ecclesiastes 4-6:

"Those who wait for perfect weather will never plant seeds; those who look at every cloud will never harvest crops. 5 You don't know where the wind will blow, and you don't know how a baby grows inside the mother. In the same way, you don't know what God is doing, or how he created everything. 6 Plant early in the morning, and work until evening, because you don't know if this or that will succeed. They might both do well."

Proverbs 3:24:

"28 Never tell your neighbors to wait until tomorrow if you can help them now."



Virtual storefront

Since most shopping is moving online there are a couple downsides.  For starters it is hard to ship things bought in bulk and used in large quantities such as groceries or water.  These things cannot be shipped economically to everyones home from across the country so Amazon is creating local warehouses so as to lessen this downside and only the last mile needs to be delivered.  So this problem is in the process of bieng solved.

But there is another problem that I don't believe is bieng solved.  Curated content.  A storefront has sections based on department.  Lets say I want to get into crafting but I don't know all the different types of crafting that are typically done.  No problem I go to the arts and crafts section of walmart and see what they have and browse.  You cannot effectively do this online.  You also can't pick things up online and examine them and try them out.  Sometimes you can do this in store but sometimes not.  These are issues you can solve with virtual storefronts.

This is an open source invention for a virtual storefront.  It can be of any form from text based to voice based to 2D to 3D to VR.  Basically you are using any type of technology to create or recreate a "virtual storefront" or any other way to curate products in a way that enhances a user experience.  For example a sewing store can be created where a user sees a sewing machine in front of them and can click on the machine itself to find different types of machines organized by review or any other method, they can click the needle to see many different types of needles and needles for sale, even ones compatible with sewing machine(s) selected, they can click a rack with thread to learn more about what types of threads can be used and options in the marketplace.  Another example could be a store modeled off of radioshack.  So for example someone could go into a virtual radio shack and look at things on the shelf and even look in drawers and find parts they need.

The basic premise of this idea is to help people easily see not only a product they are looking for, but even rather just a hobby they want to explore.  Don't know where to start with knitting?  No problem!  Go to the knitting VR storefront and see all the typical things people buy for knitting and try them out in VR!

The way these stores are curated could be by hand by people employees or others coming up with it, or crowdsourced as to what things people typically buy together or having users create their own stores or ideas for stores, to imitating a real store, to AI algorithms predicting based on user patterns, etc or any other way.