Tag Archives: Science

Modern Medical Science is Missing Something Extremely Important

Our modern medical educational system presents itself as the ultimate source of the deepest understanding of the nature of disease. It has also thoroughly embraced the scientific method as the only reliable and accurate means of exploring the nature of … Continue reading

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The Scientific Validation of the Extrasensory and the Paranormal Part 8: A More Enlightened View of Who We Really Are

Now we get to the most important messages of this series of articles.  If you exclude the few people who are very adept at activities like remote viewing and healing by mental intent, the abilities of the average research subject … Continue reading

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American healthcare in crisis. Part 4: Possible solutions: revisiting the power of the human mind in healing.

Looking back, the first indications we had that the scientific assumptions that underlay modern healthcare were limiting us were not seen in medicine, they became apparent in the physics lab.  In the early twentieth century, research findings began to be … Continue reading

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Announcing the re-organization of this blog for easier access to topics of interest

I have had a number of requests to provide a menu or drop down list of articles categorized by the main topic of the article.  There continues to be a lot of interest in certain older articles and access to … Continue reading

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What’s it all about, Alfie?

“What’s it all about, Alfie?”  This is the first line of the title song from the 1966 movie: Alfie.  What a wonderfully stated question!  To me, it encompasses several other important questions.  Like:  Why are we all here on this … Continue reading

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