Mobius Monday Minute #7

# 7 – Dec 20 , 2010

First Time Lucky.

first attempt at drawing can be a challenge
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I remember the first time I tried to draw a picture. It was a disaster. The pencil would not go where I wanted it to go. The lines were not where I planned them. What I thought I saw in my mind would not translate onto the blank page.

Not the first time anyway.

It got increasingly better as I practiced it but I was never a great illustrator. Being “first time lucky” at stuff didn’t happen for me. The probability is high that it didn’t happen for you either.

But since were talking about probabilities let’s look at the huge lottery you’ve already won by being born you at all.

It turns out that, according to one guy’s calculations the probability of you (or I) even existing at all are incredibly low. So low in fact that it’s hardly even worth talking about.

In this particular set of calculations, depending on far back you wish to go.

Fifty years, or just two generations for example, works out to 1 / 12,000,000,000. Not a good chance at all but it get’s worse.

If you went back, say, one million years it would be 42 with 403,149 zeros after it. I can’t even say that number because there isn’t a word for it.

All I can say is, you’ve already won big time in the lottery of life. You therefore have no reason to not try to do well in anything you put your hand to. And that you have lot’s to be grateful for.

Just understand that, like the rest of us humans, you will most likely fail at getting it right the first time you try something new.

You’re being “first time lucky” probably got used up when you were born. The rest is just learning to slug it out with persistence and determination.

More power to you

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Mobius Monday Minute – #2 Prof’s Unusual Idea

This morning on the radio news I learned about this obscure professor of genetics who just secured a 100,000 grant for his research.

Now that’s not all that unusual, a lot of money is spent on funding studies of all sorts of things. What was unusual was the idea that this professor was putting forward. It was really weird and that’s why I liked it. As the creator of something called the H.E.R.O. eMachine I know what it’s like to try and sell an idea that’s completely off the wall.

The professor’s idea certainly qualifies as wacky but in a good way.

It has to do with being able to isolate certain immune system molecules from insects and see if they could be useful in developing a new class of antibiotic drugs. The professor’s reasoning was that insects have been successfully using these types of molecules to control pathogens as an effective immune response for millions of years.

He also pointed out that the pathogens, which are known to invade humans, are unlikely to have ever encountered these molecules before. If that is proven to be true then any drug made with them could possibly be much more effective in humans than anything currently available today.

The last point made in the short interview was how many years it would most likely be before a new drug like that could be approved for humans.

Sounds like a promising project but that’s not the only reason why I’m writing about it today. I mention it because I can certainly relate to how difficult it is, as well as how long it takes, to introduce a radically new idea into the world and have it accepted.

So far it’s taken me all of ten years to formulate and then begin to sell the idea that humans have a second immune system operating in the ethereal unseen world of the thinking mindset. I now am moving forward with explaining the technology that allows anyone using it to naturally speed up this new found immune system so that it better serves to overcome the challenges we all face in our busy daily lives.

It’s a work in progress.

Hey, if you know of any available funding grants just give me a call ok?

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More power to you my friends.