DAA making u smarter?

  1. DAA making u smarter?


    Just read on your blog of DAA making rats smarter...My question is, making a nasal spray with DAA if it can blood brain barrier?

    Thanks


  2. Quote Originally Posted by PowerHouse555 View Post
    Just read on your blog of DAA making rats smarter...My question is, making a nasal spray with DAA if it can blood brain barrier?

    Thanks
    DAA and some other glutaminergic neurotransmitter compounds (D-serine) have been shown to enhance memory formation (long term memory if i am not mistaken). Glutaminergic neurons are integral to memory formation as is norepinephrine

    DAA can cross the blood barrier already. I wouldnt be selling it if it did not
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  3. Having a better memory doesnt mean you are smarter. smart is intelligence and supposedly that is something intrinsic that you cannot alter.

    thats what they say
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    Having a better memory doesnt mean you are smarter. smart is intelligence and supposedly that is something intrinsic that you cannot alter.

    thats what they say
    But hey if it keeps me from losing my keys......
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  5. Thanks

    When i come back from Afgan I'm going back to school to finish my second Bachelors. I was thinking of making a nasal spray of DAA to get a higher concentration if I was able to get DAA powder alone...powder that I knew was DAA with no fillers. I have played around with smart drugs in the past (nootropics) and was just "thinking" of better ways of "thinking". I know I don't have ADD but i have a had time to settling down.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by PowerHouse555 View Post
    Thanks

    When i come back from Afgan I'm going back to school to finish my second Bachelors. I was thinking of making a nasal spray of DAA to get a higher concentration if I was able to get DAA powder alone...powder that I knew was DAA with no fillers. I have played around with smart drugs in the past (nootropics) and was just "thinking" of better ways of "thinking". I know I don't have ADD but i have a had time to settling down.
    I don't think you're approaching this correctly...
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    Having a better memory doesnt mean you are smarter. smart is intelligence and supposedly that is something intrinsic that you cannot alter.

    thats what they say
    I'd agree with that statement. But you can have some very intelligent people who have little knowledge and some average intelligent individuals who have acquired a vast amount of knowledge. I wonder which is better?

  8. Quote Originally Posted by bigdavid View Post
    I'd agree with that statement. But you can have some very intelligent people who have little knowledge and some average intelligent individuals who have acquired a vast amount of knowledge. I wonder which is better?
    I suppose it depends on the knowledge, I have vast amounts of useless information stored in my brain. My ex gf's Dad called me fact boy because I have all these snippets of info stuck in my head. I would rule on a game show except I am afraid I'd freeze up when it counted
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  9. There comes a comparison between 'smart' people and 'gifted' people.

    From what I think would be a good example, would be:
    Mr. Cooper - Smart
    *
    Knows the answers
    * Good at memorization
    * Self-Satisfied

    Patrick Arnold - Gifted
    *
    Questions the answers
    * Good at guessing (doesn't have a problem saying, "I don't know" or taking an educated guess that's probably right. Prototype Nutrition has a lot to do with 'experimentation')
    * Plays around, still gets good test scores

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    There comes a comparison between 'smart' people and 'gifted' people.

    From what I think would be a good example, would be:
    Mr. Cooper - Smart
    *
    Knows the answers
    * Good at memorization
    * Self-Satisfied

    Patrick Arnold - Gifted
    *
    Questions the answers
    * Good at guessing (doesn't have a problem saying, "I don't know" or taking an educated guess that's probably right. Prototype Nutrition has a lot to do with 'experimentation')
    * Plays around, still gets good test scores
    I would add self satisfied to gifted people, as they tend to be compliant.
    doing my own thang!

  11. I think the problem was making the mistake of equating smart with intelligent. Intelligent can be a capture-all term, always referring to having acquired a depth of knowledge in one or many fields, and it can often also incorporate having intellectual prowess, a combination of having quick recall of facts, an ability to conceptualize and understand concepts in a more abstract sense, and pattern recognition, to name a few. Being smart is really referring to the integrative aspect of intelligence (the latter part of the definition of intelligent I gave above as an example), where WHAT/HOW MUCH you know doesn't play as much of a factor. So someone can be smart but not yet intelligent, intelligent, smart and intelligent (maybe redundant depending on your definition of intelligent).

  12. Quote Originally Posted by andrew732 View Post
    I would add self satisfied to gifted people, as they tend to be compliant.
    I respectfully disagree. Gifted people are often mistaken as being the most noncompliant individuals in existence. Gifted people are often misinterpreted and ignored. Traits of those who are gifted are often seen as excessive or extreme.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    I respectfully disagree. Gifted people are often mistaken as being the most noncompliant individuals in existence. Gifted people are often misinterpreted and ignored. Traits of those who are gifted are often seen as excessive or extreme.
    If taken in that sense I agree with you, but as an athlete I have seen many athletes who were very gifted and just took it for what it was worth. Me on the other hand am a BIG EXTREMIST. Everything I do, I go hard or go home so to speak.
    doing my own thang!

  14. Quote Originally Posted by andrew732 View Post
    If taken in that sense I agree with you, but as an athlete I have seen many athletes who were very gifted and just took it for what it was worth. Me on the other hand am a BIG EXTREMIST. Everything I do, I go hard or go home so to speak.
    Maybe you're both You're a good man, Andrew.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    There comes a comparison between 'smart' people and 'gifted' people.

    From what I think would be a good example, would be:
    Mr. Cooper - Smart
    *
    Knows the answers
    * Good at memorization
    * Self-Satisfied

    Patrick Arnold - Gifted
    *
    Questions the answers
    * Good at guessing (doesn't have a problem saying, "I don't know" or taking an educated guess that's probably right. Prototype Nutrition has a lot to do with 'experimentation')
    * Plays around, still gets good test scores
    lol
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    Maybe you're both You're a good man, Andrew.
    Thanks man, its nice to see you around as well.
    doing my own thang!

  17. drinking "smart" water intra is just as effective

  18. Question about DAA

    care to translate this? I have someone that is noticing hearing changes and increased sensitivity.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11423221
    "No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training...what a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable." - Socrates

  19. Quote Originally Posted by oogaly_boogal View Post
    Question about DAA

    care to translate this? I have someone that is noticing hearing changes and increased sensitivity.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11423221

    is your friend being exposed to alot of noise?

    this study has to do with being exposed to noise and carbon monoxide. NMDA receptor overstimulation appears to be involved in the process of hearing loss

    BTW DAA is known to collect in particular parts of the body and the ear is not one of them from what i have read
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    is your friend being exposed to alot of noise?

    this study has to do with being exposed to noise and carbon monoxide. NMDA receptor overstimulation appears to be involved in the process of hearing loss

    BTW DAA is known to collect in particular parts of the body and the ear is not one of them from what i have read
    That sucks. Testforce 2 is remarkably well at stimulating my libido along with AndroDrive and the DAA and pregnenolone both stimulate the NDMA receptors. I am having a bit of issues getting off of Librium with the regimen I'm on and such, but I don't like the way I feel off of the pregnenolone and DAA is a nice addition.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold

    is your friend being exposed to alot of noise?

    this study has to do with being exposed to noise and carbon monoxide. NMDA receptor overstimulation appears to be involved in the process of hearing loss

    BTW DAA is known to collect in particular parts of the body and the ear is not one of them from what i have read
    Job requires him to talk to people all day. Only notices it when taking the DAA, I find it very odd.
    "No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training...what a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable." - Socrates

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    That sucks. Testforce 2 is remarkably well at stimulating my libido along with AndroDrive and the DAA and pregnenolone both stimulate the NDMA receptors. I am having a bit of issues getting off of Librium with the regimen I'm on and such, but I don't like the way I feel off of the pregnenolone and DAA is a nice addition.

    nothing sucks. a study showing the nmda receptor overstimulation is involved in a particular dysfunction is far far from suggesting DAA therefore causes that dysfunction

    lets all take a step back now
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by oogaly_boogal View Post
    Job requires him to talk to people all day. Only notices it when taking the DAA, I find it very odd.

    He needs a new job. He cant stop the DAA now
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    nothing sucks. a study showing the nmda receptor overstimulation is involved in a particular dysfunction is far far from suggesting DAA therefore causes that dysfunction

    lets all take a step back now
    It doesn't suck... Excuse me while I get my meds calibrated, please

  25. Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    He needs a new job. He cant stop the DAA now
    hahahaha, well **** I love DAA no negs for me other than boobs.
    "No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training...what a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable." - Socrates
  

  
 

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