Optimize performance, implant this, track that, do more, think better, take these supplements, add this weight, use these shoes to run faster.
What if we went back; yes, hacked ourselves back to basics. Back to the farm not the factory, back to bodyweight training not weight machines, back to air not air-conditioning, back to note-books not LCD screens.
No, I don’t mean devolving into some paleolithic lifestyle, but to integrate the natural with the modern rather than trying to replace and outsmart the natural. I am suggesting a quiet pause to realize we spend so much effort trying to outsmart nature though our behaviors, our technologies, our processes that we may lose sight of how much healthier and more efficient it would be to work with the natural flows.
Interested? Have counter-arguements…this is a work in progress…come to our meetup group at the beginning of December to join the healthy debate
MIT Alum, Engineer and technically Nerdy.
Designer working with smart materials, interested in emerging technologies
I'm heavily into the crypto currency space bitcoin and ethereum and head up the meet up bitcoinnyc
A trained computational chemist and software engineer who is interested in synthetic biology.
Junior at Stony Brook University, Bio-major
Interested in AI, robotocs, nanotech.
Biohacker always looking to take myself to the next leve
I'm a Wordpress developer at NYU.
Excited to learn more!
Interested in healthcare I.t.
Hi everyone, I am a very curious person, like to learn new things and meet creative people.
Web developer with an interest in self-tracking.
Self-experimenter and mismatched modern individual.
My well-being stems from complementary health methods.
Grad Student at TC Columbia
Recent architecture graduate interested in design and technology.
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