Of all the terms that have come out of the current computer idolizing youth generation the term “hacker” disturbs me the most.
In its most modern form the definition is “someone who is good at using computers to solve problems”.
Other more pertinent definitions to today’s discussion are “someone or something who cuts roughly and destructively” or even better, “someone who is inexperienced at a certain thing”.
I recently saw yet another famous marketer/entrepreneur who has decided to be a “bio hacker”.
Well if we use the less pejorative definition I would be the ultimate bio hacker. Then again, I have a better title- it’s called “Doctor”. It allows me to ask the uncomfortable question of the hacker, “OK how many people’s lives have you saved, how many people have you healed, and what is the basis for your understanding human physiology, biochemistry and pharmacokinetics?”
In my case it would be hundreds to thousands, and the lifelong education I have that has a qualified entry and is monitored by peers constantly along with heavy consequences for mistakes, failures, or moral turpitude!!!
Honestly why would you want to learn the secrets of anti-aging from a “hacker”. Again, the implication is that somehow these individuals who are usually young and “well educated” at least in terms of computer abilities are far more experts on snowing their audience than they are capable of providing expertise. Their supposed sneaky around the back door entrance into the world of spoon feeding you the knowledge you need is at best based on real experts with a similar kind of education to mine- they just change the knowledge to suit their market and sell away building their reputations on the backs of others.
Ask me how I know!
The simple thing that is missing is experience. It seems like today the up and coming generation is totally comfortable with getting their “experience” from the internet. The difference between reality and cyber reality is real, not imagined though these individuals don’t know it.
In fact, the best way to describe the situation is, “They don’t know what they don’t know!”. I have had a lot of experience with people like that over the past 18 months and I can tell you, YOU do not want to trust them with your health, money, or future.
Not until they’ve made the commitment to hold life in their hands and be responsible for the consequences of their actions.
That rules out 99.99% of the famous biohackers out there.
What would serve you better is to become your own Ultimate Bio Hacker since you are your own laboratory. I can even wish for you to become more than a hacker overall. Become a well-educated expert on yourself and what helps you the best.
Don’t rely on people who don’t even understand what “aging” means on a personal and professional level to provide you with anti-aging strategies!!!! Odds are their motivations are money felt not heart felt!
If you need a little help in the cognitive department so you can make informed decisions based on the accelerated learning I’d like you to try this.
There is a real doctor behind it who uses it every day in doses from 2 to 6 caps a day depending on what I need to mentally digest and get done on that particular day.
Why settle for a hacker?!
With heart, passion and knowledge to help you,