Brain Disappoints Evolutionary Thoughts

PANDAS is an abbreviation for Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal infections. This diagnosis is used to describe a set of children who have a rapid onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and/or tic disorders such as Tourette syndrome (TS), following group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal (GABHS) infections such as “strep throat” and scarlet fever.[1] The proposed link between infection and these disorders is an autoimmune reaction, where antibodies produced by the infection interfere with neuronal cells.[2]

This diagnosis is controversial and its usefulness is disputed by some scientists who think this sub-set of patients do not differ significantly from the remainder of the patient population, and that infections do not increase the risk of OCD or tics.[3] Consequently, the PANDAS model is a complex and rapidly-moving area of medical research, with a 2009 review stating that the link between streptococcal infections and tic disorders has remained unclear, despite a great deal of work in the area.[4] PANDAS is currently not listed as a diagnosis by the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD) or the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM).

Psalm 119:130 “The entrance of Your words gives light; it gives understanding to the simple.” According to evolutionary thought, humans came from ape-like creatures. These ape-like creatures came from reptiles through many steps. Likewise, reptiles ultimately came from fish, through many steps. Evolutionists say that with each major stage, more parts were added to the brain. The final development, and the greatest of all, is the cerebral cortex.

According to this theory, one of the oldest parts of the brain is the part deep inside. Evolutionists claim that this part of the brain, called the basal ganglia, comes from our past. They have described this part of the brain as “primitive.” It controls such simple things as movement and spatial memory. These are basic functions needed by reptiles. Of course, the evolutionary view that the basal ganglia is primitive was never scientifically researched.

Then researchers started to examine the workings of the basal ganglia. They have concluded that the deep structures of the brain that are supposed to be primitive are actually quite sophisticated. In fact, these so-called reptilian structures rival the cerebral cortex in sophistication. These structures receive input from all parts of the cortex. And all the neurochemicals found anywhere else in the body are also found in these structures. In other words, there is absolutely no evidence of their being primitive.

Once again, scientific research has not found what evolutionists expected. The human brain has not developed by adding parts to reptile brains. It was specially created just for human beings.

I thank You, dear Lord, for the wonderful abilities of my brain. Forgive me for those times when I have failed to use the abilities You have given me — especially when I have failed to use them in Your service. Amen. Notes:
Miller, Julie Ann. 1985. “Deep core of brain gains respect.” Science News, v. 128, Nov. 9. p. 297.

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Speaker: Kim, S.J.
Collaborators: Zuchniak A., Schroder T., Kim Y.I., Lamers Y., Kotsopoulos J., Narod S.
This research presentation is from the 2 monute oral segment of the Women’s Xchange Spring Event 2015, Women’s Health Research, Reaching teh Hard to Reach

Abstract: Background: Women who inherit a deleterious BRCA1/2 mutation face a high lifetime risk of developing breast cancer. Current prevention options are limited and alternative prevention recommendations such as diet modification is greatly desired by this population. Folate, and other B-vitamins, are well-positioned to influence cancer etiology as they play a pivotal role in DNA synthesis, repair, and methylation. Although some evidence suggests a relationship between adequate folate intake and decreased breast cancer risk, emerging studies suggest that high folate status may increase tumour growth and breast cancer risk. Recent increase in folate intake due to mandatory food fortification and folic acid supplementation prior to/during pregnancy underscores the need to clarify a role of this nutrient and interacting B vitamins on breast cancer risk for this population.
Objectives: To prospectively investigate the relationship between plasma folate, B12 and B6 levels and the risk of breast cancer in women with a BRCA1/2 mutation.
Methods: 171 Canadian women enrolled in an on-going international cohort of BRCA mutation carriers who provided a blood sample at enrollment and had no previous history of breast/ovarian cancer were included in the study. Baseline and biennial follow-up questionnaires collected relevant information regarding family, reproductive and medical histories, selected lifestyle factors, and disease incidence. Baseline blood samples were previously stored and frozen as plasma and assayed for folate, B12, MMA and B6 levels. Cox proportional hazards models were used to estimate relative risks and 95% confidence intervals.
Results: During a mean follow-up of 8 years, 21 women were diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. Preliminary findings are expected in May 2015.
Impact: The results from this study will help develop safe and targeted recommendations for prevention in genetically predisposed women.

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What Will the Future Be Like? Information Age, Economy, Finance (1995)

Alvin Toffler (born October 4, 1928) is an American writer and futurist, known for his works discussing the digital revolution, communication revolution and technological singularity.

Toffler is a former associate editor of Fortune magazine. In his early works he focused on technology and its impact through effects like information overload. He moved on to examining the reaction to changes in society. His later focus has been on the increasing power of 21st-century military hardware, the proliferation of new technologies, and capitalism.

He founded Toffler Associates, a management consulting company, and was a visiting scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation, visiting professor at Cornell University, faculty member of the New School for Social Research, a White House correspondent, an editor of Fortune magazine, and a business consultant.[3]

Toffler is married to Heidi Toffler, also a writer and futurist. They live in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles, California, just north of Sunset Boulevard.

The couple’s only child, Karen Toffler, (1954–2000), died at the age of 46 after more than a decade suffering from Guillain–Barré syndrome.

Toffler explains, “Society needs people who take care of the elderly and who know how to be compassionate and honest. Society needs people who work in hospitals. Society needs all kinds of skills that are not just cognitive; they’re emotional, they’re affectional. You can’t run the society on data and computers alone.”[7] Toffler is also frequently cited as stating: “Tomorrow’s illiterate will not be the man who can’t read; he will be the man who has not learned how to learn.” The words came from Herbert Gerjuoy, whom Toffler cites in full as follows: “The new education must teach the individual how to classify and reclassify information, how to evaluate its veracity, how to change categories when necessary, how to move from the concrete to the abstract and back, how to look at problems from a new direction — how to teach himself.”[8]

In his book The Third Wave, Toffler describes three types of societies, based on the concept of “waves”—each wave pushes the older societies and cultures aside.

First Wave is the society after agrarian revolution and replaced the first hunter-gatherer cultures.
Second Wave is the society during the Industrial Revolution (ca. late 17th century through the mid-20th century). The main components of the Second Wave society are nuclear family, factory-type education system, and the corporation. Toffler writes: “The Second Wave Society is industrial and based on mass production, mass distribution, mass consumption, mass education, mass media, mass recreation, mass entertainment, and weapons of mass destruction. You combine those things with standardization, centralization, concentration, and synchronization, and you wind up with a style of organization we call bureaucracy.”
Third Wave is the post-industrial society. According to Toffler, since the late 1950s, most nations have been moving away from a Second Wave Society into what he would call a Third Wave Society, one based on actionable knowledge as a primary resource. His description of this (super-industrial society) dovetails into other writers’ concepts (like the Information Age, Space Age, Electronic Era, Global Village, technetronic age, scientific-technological revolution), which to various degrees predicted demassification, diversity, knowledge-based production, and the acceleration of change (one of Toffler’s key maxims is “change is non-linear and can go backwards, forwards and sideways”).

In this post-industrial society, there is a wide diversity of lifestyles (“subcultures”). Adhocracies (fluid organizations) adapt quickly to changes. Information can substitute most of the material resources (see ersatz) and becomes the main material for workers (cognitarians instead of proletarians), who are loosely affiliated. Mass customization offers the possibility of cheap, personalized, production catering to small niches (see just-in-time production).

The gap between producer and consumer is bridged by technology using a so-called configuration system. “Prosumers” can fill their own needs (see open source, assembly kit, freelance work). This was the notion that new technologies are enabling the radical fusion of the producer and consumer into the prosumer. In some cases, prosuming entails a “third job” where the corporation “outsources” its labor not to other countries, but to the unpaid consumer, such as when we do our own banking through an ATM instead of a teller that the bank must employ, or trace our own postal packages on the internet instead of relying on a paid clerk.

Image By Vern Evans (Flickr: Alvin Toffler 02) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

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오늘은 토마토를 드시고 나서 이상한 반응이 나타난 분께서 류마티스관절염에 토마토가 좋지 않은지에 대해서 류마지기 유창길원장님께 질문을 주셨습니다.
가지과 식물들은 대체로 건강에 도움이 된다고 하는 것들이 많습니다. 그런데 류마티스관절염 같은 자가면역질환에 가지과 식물이 좋지 않다고 하는 얘기를 종종 들을 수 있습니다.
모든 분들께 적용이 되지는 않지만 분명 가지과 식물을 드시고 안좋다고 하시는 분들이 계시는 것도 사실입니다.
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