Archive | February 2012

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results of cancer treatment

After much research, we found one place that if one followed the protocol for breast/skin cancer the success rate is extremely high and that is at Lase Med, Inc. in Tulsa OK. Dr. Carpenter tells it as it is and her staff provides the necessary communication in handling all that is necessary.After almost three years […]

My Cancer Cured

Dr. Carpenter cured my cancer @ Lase Med Inc Near the end of July 2011 I noticed lumps in each of my testicles. I contacted my primary physician and she tested me using non-invasive procedures, confirming that I had cancer. She also informed me that we had found the cancer early enough that I could […]

Organic vs. Grocery Food

Going back to the “isolated system” principle, I would like to point out that it doesn’t simply apply to the attitude of elected officials, but it is unfortunately ingrained into too many aspects of our lives.  It would become a practically endless treatise, if I were to cover those aspects in their entirety, so I […]

The True Cost of Eliminating Funding for Birth Control

As promised, I would like to take this opportunity to discuss the subject of the serious consequences connected with the plan to not make birth control freely available to everybody, particularly individuals who could not otherwise afford it. I believe one does not need to be clairvoyant to predict what would happen, if Congress succeeds […]

The Isolated System Approach to Politics

Just yesterday I was meditating over the “isolated-system” approach, used in determining and passing legislation, and voila’!  Today we have more proof that our elected  representatives in Washington are incapable of deductive reasoning. Whether they are unaware that this type of reasoning  exists as one of our basic mental abilities, or they do not find […]

Personhood Legislation?

A long time ago, I came to the conclusion that most scientific or technical research tends to reach wrong conclusions, because it looks at a specific condition as if it were an isolated system, i.e. without direct connection with external factors and devoid of repercussions. Recently I have concluded that the “isolated-system” assumption applies to […]

Introduction from the Author

For openers, I would like to briefly introduce myself, so when strange blogs begin to emerge, eventual readers will have a better view of their origin. I am a theoretical Physicist, who has lived on both sides of the Atlantic, in addition to a relatively short time in Asia. This Physicist has had the very […]