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Re: Homeopathy somehow proves monatomic concepts?
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Published: 8 years ago
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Re: Homeopathy somehow proves monatomic concepts?

Ok well and good.
Course I figure its obvious that the mention of Homeopathy was made as being an example of an 'unconventional' scientific understanding, that is still denied by present 'conventional' societal sciences, while having century old and newer, proofs of its veracity all the same. And so likewise using in a corollary sense, the perhaps not commonly accepted and well understood principle of monatomic theory and actuality, being given an opportunity to 'prove' itself as another example of the newly discovered because of that comparitive history.(do remember that some threads ago someone said that if there was no silver detected in the water than it couldnt be CS. While it is known today that a nouns magnetic field signature may not be detectable as being physicaly present, it is equal in many effect producing ways to the items actual physical presence effects).

So it was a general thing aimed at the unfamiliar audience.(heck we all should be happy if the monatomic silver water proves itself as valid and superior)

'Reminds me of the time' some years ago, I was confronted by the head of neurology at the local hospital, about the 'Hydergine' we were taking and prescribing. (which had caused a reversal of an 'abnormal' eeg pattern after doseing with reletivly high amounts of Hydergine for a year, because of one of it's reported side effects. He had called me on it, when he reviewed the, not expected stabilized EEG report, "what have you been doing???" with accusatory emphasis, not because of the value of the positive report).

He was extremly vociferous and agitated, refusing to consider any of the points I was trying to make.(I was just a layperson to him, an unlettered commoner at that) He had two interns with him and they followed his every word as if listening to Truth from the font of knowledge. I wasnt arguing, but everything I said provoked some vitupretive statement from him. It had only been a number of min, we were standing in an exam room. I finally said, looking at him with a hoped for lessening of tension, "Remember what they told us in elementary school, how Colombus was the first european to set foot in N America, while since the early 50's there had been artifacts discovered of scandnavians as far west as Minnisota? Thats what this Hydergine topic is like."

And as the interns suddenly had insight revealed on their features, 'He' looked at me, glowering, turned and stalked out of the room, leaving his two interns frozen standing speechless, a little stunned. Then one of them focused on me as the other grabbed their pad and pen, and said "How do you spell that-- Hydergine?".

And on it goes


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