Grindhouse Wetware is an open source biotechnology startup company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Grindhouse applies the biohacker ethic to create technology that augments human capabilities. The company is most well known for their Circadia device, a wireless biometric sensor that was implanted into co-founder Tim Cannon in October 2013. Grindhouse was nominated for a corporate award in the Health & Medicine category of the 2014 World Technology Awards summit in New York City. Grindhouse has been featured in television shows such as Taboo on National Geographic Channel, Joe Rogan Questions Everything on Syfy, "The Big Picture with Kal Penn", as well as podcasts including Future Grind and Roderick Russell's Remarkably Human.
In November 2015, Grindhouse members Tim Cannon, Shawn Sarver, Justin Worst, Jessica Waldrip, Michael Seeler, and Marlo Webber had prototypes of Grindhouse’s Northstar device implanted into during simultaneous procedures occurring at the “Cyborg Fair” in Dusseldorf, Germany and at a studio in Pittsburgh.
[1:20] What is wetware?
[4:00] How wetware can be used by the average person and why you'd voluntarily use it
[7:20] Why wetware is superior to things like the Apple Watch and their LED implant
[11:05] Where Grindhouse gets their inspiration for new wetware
[12:55] Why wetware is still currently socially taboo and what might make it go away
[15:50] The goal of being 100% non-biological
G. Edward Griffin is a writer and documentary film producer with many successful titles to his credit. Listed in Who’s Who in America, he is well known because of his talent for researching difficult topics and presenting them in clear terms that all can understand. He has dealt with such diverse subjects as archaeology and ancient Earth history, the Federal Reserve System and international banking, terrorism, internal subversion, the history of taxation, U.S. foreign policy, the science and politics of cancer therapy, the Supreme Court, and the United Nations.
His better-known works include The Creature from Jekyll Island, World without Cancer, The Discovery of Noah’s Ark, Moles in High Places, The Open Gates of Troy, No Place to Hide, The Capitalist Conspiracy, More Deadly than War, The Grand Design, The Great Prison Break, and The Fearful Master.
G. Edward Griffin is a recipient of the Telly Award for excellence in television production, the creator of the Reality Zone Audio Archives, and President of American Media, a publishing and video production company in Southern California. He has served on the board of directors of The National Health Federation and The International Association of Cancer Victors and Friends and is Founder and President of The Cancer Cure Foundation. He is the founder of The Coalition for Visible Ballots, a grassroots organization for the elimination of vote fraud made possible by electronic vote-counting systems. He is publisher of Unfiltered News, a weekly analysis of world events, and is Founder and President of Freedom Force International.
[1:40] How Ed got interested in writing about the topic of cancer
[5:23] The treatment Ed's doctor friend was using that was disrupting the medical status quo
[7:22] Whether this is a preventative solution or a treatment plan
[9:04] The 4 components of amygdalin (one of them will throw a scare into you)
[12:20] How amygadlin can take out cancer cells when ingested
[14:20] Why this solution isn't being gobbled up by the big pharmaceutical companies
[18:18] Whether this is an all or nothing thing or if you can do this concurrently with "standard" cancer treatments
[20:44] Why apricot seeds technically could release toxic components, but unless you go crazy eating a ton of them, you're safe
[23:32] Why Ed thinks what he's learned is so important and how we can make cancer an oddity
[25:33] Stories of places without cancer