1) Keep cell phones away from reproductive DNA. As WhyAutismHappens has shown, damaged paternal reproductive DNA is causing up to 80% of autism. Most autism is an extension of damaged parent’s benelles. Men are particularly vulnerable because they get radiation at two inches. Keeping your cell phone a minimum of 8 inches away from your reproductive DNA might keep autism out of your family.
There’s an easy explanation for why lupus and autoimmune disorders have skyrocketed in the United States—tripling between 1950 and 1992 (Uramoto et al 1999)—but we have to dive into some genetics first.
Women have two X chromosomes, but one stays inactive and is called Xi. Xi is packed away in a tight suitcase of facultative heterochromatin, where it mostly sleeps for the lifetime of the woman.
About 121 pharmaceutical drugs come from the rainforest. But what does “come from” mean?
It means corporations send paid teams to visit rainforest aborigines with practical knowledge of ethnobotany. The corporate team takes samples, a lab identifies the operative phytochemical, a legal team patents the chemical, and voila, a new synthetic rainforest drug is ready to sell to the world.
Should we be tackling big health problems which Wall Street, Pharma, and Medicare will never consider; like planning to increase our global oxygen supply?
We need to steer some of the Ivy League brains at Goldman Sachs onto a problem that matters: O2. After all, big Wall Street brains need lots of O2 to keep finding financial loopholes.
There are brain-eating amoebas in our rivers, lakes, and mud puddles. They’re also in our swimming pools and municipal drinking water.
One errant splash of infected water up your nose is all it takes. The brain-eating amoeba will multiply, eat through your nasal tissue, up your brain stem, and devour your brain with a sporting 98% fatality rate.
The germ theory of disease has been the core of western medicine for about 140 years. The theory is that microorganisms get inside us and make us sick.
It’s hard to argue with germ theory. Especially if you’re a big corporation, pharmaceutical company, or doctor. Listerine is for sale to kill germs in your mouth, Purell for your hands, Z-Packs for the internal, and Lysol for around your house. Doctors get paid to recommend germ-busting products.
When John D. Rockefeller was 33, he made his first million.
At 53, he was so physically ill, he had to drink human milk to survive. He was the world’s richest man, he was still young, and he was vis-a-vis giving away the world’s largest inheritance.
Instead Rockefeller lived to the age of 98. He accomplished that by paying the world’s best doctors to provide him the world’s best medical advice in 1893, which was:
1. Avoid worry. Never worry about anything, under any kind of circumstances.
2. Relax, and take plenty of mild exercise in the open air.
3. Watch your diet. Always stop eating while you’re still a little hungry.
Medicine has come a long way since 1893. Today, Rockefeller would have had CAT scans, MRI’s, hospital stays, super vitamins, and probably 5 or more prescription drugs…all of which would have plucked benelles.
But really, what was wrong with the 1893 results? They got an extra 44 years, dying at 97.
The takeaway here is that professionals just over a hundred years ago weren’t trained to push products. No patents, no machinery, or no service professionals were needed as part of the solution which saved John D’s life. If a doctor today had a free 3-step path, no one would trust him. Why is that?
The best doctors in 1893 trusted benelles. They knew that: 1) Worry causes chemical reactions inside your body that harm benelles, 2) Mild exercise in open air activates maximum benelle output against disease, and 3) Moderation in diet allows pancreatic and digestive benelles to reverse disease.
If they could time travel, people from 1893 would be really impressed with what great sales skills doctors have. But they might frown upon the fact that America decided to bankrupt herself over-buying medical services and products which didn’t help her benelles.
Dale Carnegie – “How I Conquered Worry” – 32 True Stories