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Phil Matsumoto

—Founder, author and webmaster, OriginOfCancer.com

Phil is a Bachelor of Science graduate of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.  His research into cancer began many years ago when his father was diagnosed with cancer.  After a decade of research, Phil experienced a eureka moment, which caused him to begin investigating the origin of life, and, more importantly, the origin of bacteria and viruses, which he suspected might also explain how cancer originated because cancer cells resemble bacteria in many ways.

When he is not working, Phil enjoys fly-fishing and playing basketball.

Besides his interest in cancer and wellness, Phil worked for many years in the IT (Information Technology) field as a consultant and instructor.

Phil & Noah

Phil with his nephew Noah at Yellowstone Lake

(Photo courtesy of Ron Kagan)

Invasive Trout in Yellowstone Lake     [2]   New

Yellowstone Webcams      [2]     [3]   

Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, Wyoming   

 

Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.


Here's a free Outdoor Survival Guide app:   iOS    Android version

 


Yellowstone Bibliography

 

Chuinard, Eldon G.  (1979).  ONLY ONE MAN DIED: THE MEDICAL ASPECTS OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION   [1804-1806].  A.H. Clark.     [2]       

Hendrix, Marc S.  (2011).  GEOLOGY UNDERFOOT IN YELLOWSTONE COUNTRY.  Mountain Press Publishing Company.   


Yellowstone Forever. (2013). LIVING COLORS: MICROBES OF YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. Montana State University.   [2]       [Archaebacteria Video#]

 

Articles on the Origin of Life

 

The Mighty Microbes of Yellowstone     [PCR]     [PCR Video]  

 

The Secret of How Life on Earth Began    [Origin of Life Video#]   

 

Grand Prismatic Spring

Photo by PM (Phil Matsumoto)

Click on the picture above to enlarge.

 


 

 

Grand Teton Video

Click on the picture below for the .mp4 version (60 MB/00:30 Sec.).

 

Grand Tetons

Photo by PM

 

       [2]       [Photosynthesis Video]     

 

.MOV File - Grand Teton Video  (57 MB/ 00:30 Seconds)



Favorite Fishing Spots

Yellowstone National Park - October 2016 & September 2017


Click on the pictures below for the .mp4 or .m4v videos.

 

Firehole   (50.9 MB/ 00:26 Seconds)   Madison   (27.9 MB/ 00:25 Seconds)

  

Photos by PM

 

or click on any of the links below:

 

 Subject & Date  .MOV File
File Size/Runtime in Seconds
 .MP4 or .M4V File
File Size/Runtime in Seconds
 Firehole River, October 2016  .MOV File  48.5 MB/ 00:26 Seconds  .M4V File  50.9 MB/00:26 Seconds
 Madison River, October 2016  .MOV File  46.4 MB/ 00:25 Seconds  .M4V File  27.9 MB/00:25 Seconds
 Bird on the Madison, October 2016  .MOV File  79.4 MB/ 00:44 Seconds  .MP4 File  84 MB/00:44 Seconds
 Madison River, September 2017  .MOV File  47.4 MB/00:25 Seconds  .MP4 File  5.22 MB/00:25 Seconds

iPhone Videos by PM

 

Firehole River =       44 35.068' N 110 49.783' W
Madison River =      44 38.227' N 110 53.424' W

 

 A Two Hour Dose of Nature Each Week Could Make You Happier & Healthier    

 


Articles on Telemedicine and Software

 

Telemedicine: Past, present, and future-Cleveland Clinic

 


Test Your Download Speed in MegaBits Per Second


(Our Download Speed with Time Warner, now Spectrum = 75 MBits Per Second, or 9.3 MBytes Per Second.)


 

Google Earth*          Google Mars

Google Earth Pro Download Site

 

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Tour of the Moon in 4K (NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio)

Earth & Moon from Mars      


The Earth and Moon from Mars (False-color image)

NASA/JPL - Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

 


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The thermophilic cyanobacteria Phormidium are being studied as a source of toxins that may be of use in shrinking or destroying tumors (page 31).
What the Earth may have looked like hundreds of millions of years ago when there was more methane and less oxygen in the atmosphere.
 
The Tetons - a result of plate tectonics
Jackson Hole Webcam

Caution: Do not adopt a pet unless you are in a stable life situation and expect to be so into the foreseeable future. A pet can cause enormous pain and angst if, for example, your spouse or partner doesn't like your pet. Expect to pay a great deal of money to care for any pet, especially if your pet should contract a chronic, degenerative disease. You should not accept a pet into your life if you expect to move in the near future, or have a job that requires you to move frequently or be away from home for long periods of time. And never give a pet to someone who is not expecting one or isn't aware of the tremendous responsibility almost all pets require for generally a very long time.

Please consider donating to a charity such as the ASPCA. Thank you.

Verify the legitimacy of a charity at Charitynavigator.org

Sedge Bay Picnic Area on the East Entrance Road (1998)