Is Hillary Biohacking (On Top Of The Regular 'hacking' She Does)?
Though I'm inclined to believe that Hillary has Parkinson's and there really is a big cover-up regarding her seizures (undeniably exemplified in her twin towerâ€“like collapse on 9/11), I noticed that two of the most oft-cited talking points from the alternative media illustrating her ill health have been:
- This e-mail leaked through WikiLeaks, where she requested information on modafinil
- These Zeiss blue-light blocking glasses she's been wearing, purportedly to "prevent seizures"
1. If she's interested in modafinil just to try and squeeze a few more productive hours out of her days (giving 10-minute speeches, coughing loudly and uncomfortably, and hugging little girls while suffering from pneumonia), then she's not doing anything weirder than Silicon Valley types like Dave who want to optimize performance. Because of my familiarity with this drug's general benignity and cross-prescription potential, I'm not holding this one against her. Her having sought it out is getting pretty trumped up, just because it has been prescribed for Parkinson's, and that fits the narrative of her hidden health problems.
She may have just been hanging out with someone in Hollywood who knew about Bulletproof and wanted to find out more about this prominent aspect of biohacking/sleep hacking. I'm sure elites everywhere know about Dave's anti-aging principles and biohacking stuff. In fact, if elites aren't utilizing this knowledge and technology, then I feel extra edgy for getting on top of it before most Hollywood actors and fat politicians caught on. Maybe they don't know more than we do after all?
2. And these blue specs she's wearing. Are they anything like what Dave wears? I know about blue-light blocking glasses, but are there ones specifically geared towards seizure prevention? Or does any pair of blue-light blocking glasses bestow this sort of protection, regardless of customization for an advanced degenerative neurological disorder? (Oh, and by the way, if she was wearing these for the purpose of preventing an episode in public, they failed miserably. Doesn't bode well for this company.)
I also heard one e-mail of hers where she mentioned decision fatigue. I don't blame Infowars for reading too much into it, because they probably haven't heard about this newly coined phrase describing a phenomenon common to every person, every day. We know about this stuff, because we're in tune with this particular side of the alternative health scene, but they just see a crazy medical-sounding expression as a chance to call out an example of her instability, making the case she's not fit for office. (Like I said, to me that's completely understandable, since it's not a commonly known concept and they're just reporting all the anomalies they can find that look like their supposition). But since I do know about these two rather obscure subjects, I'm just left wondering: Is Hillary listening to Bulletproof podcasts or something?