DrEvil » 04 May 2020 17:34 wrote: Sounder » Mon May 04, 2020 5:50 pm wrote:
I don't shill for neo-liberalism, I shill against the ridiculous stuff you keep posting.
OK, tell us how it's ridiculous. Deal with the content, to whit; Is the correlation between covid19 cases and 5G installations spurious and with no meaning? How so?
It's ridiculous the same way it would be ridiculous to blame McDonald's just because they happen to have restaurants in all the major cities with outbreaks. How do you know it's not something in their burgers?
And certainly you shill for the richest people on the planet when you shill for vaccines, against natural medicines and for our Rockefeller created medical system.
One of the reasons people today live longer than at any other point in human history is exactly because of modern medicine. Heart medications, surgery, insulin, antibiotics, cancer therapies, vaccines, etc. If modern medicine is so bad then why are people more long-lived than ever? Why was the odds of your kids growing up 50/50 back when it was all natural medicine? Why did people stop dying by the millions when vaccines were introduced?
You keep confusing 'natural' with 'good', which is nonsense. Plenty of natural things will kill you stone dead in a heartbeat. Take Hyland's for instance, they managed to kill a handful of infants, and hospitalize a lot more, because the dumb fucks couldn't even get the deadly nightshade dosage of their homeopathic teething gel right. They then went on to yell at the government for forcing them to take their baby-killing gel off the market.
You are definitely right about "natural" or "alternative" therapies. They can often do even more harm than modern medicine's "take two statins and call me in the morning."
Poor sanitation, poor nutrition, chronic stress, episodic trauma, and catastrophic accidents all shorten human lives. Modern medicine is really good at patching people up and keeping them from dying due to catastrophic accidents. It is also reasonably good at extending the lives of people who might otherwise succumb more quickly to deadly illnesses due to poor sanitation and nutrition.
Of course, the "discovery" of penicillin is the biggest watershed moment in the history of modern Western medicine. And of course, this should have pointed the way for most major future discoveries. The living world around us makes the vast majority of the medicines we need. The best scientific methods should of course be employed to test all traditional remedies (from plants, molds, microbes, animals, etc.) for their relative effectiveness. And these should be compared to changes in dietary (and other) habits alone, and when combined with changes in dietary (an other) habits. But where is the money in that?
And the same is true of Rife's machine. Why hasn't it ever been fully tested and scrutinized scientifically?
Of course, it's "better" to ignore the root causes of illnesses because it's more profitable to treat never-ending symptoms (or even the complete lack of symptoms as with HIV preventatives) with some sort of patented lifetime regimen.
Most veterinarians would go out of business if people only brought in their pets when these animals were obviously sick. We are seeing the same thing right now as doctors and nurses are being laid off all over the USA because people are afraid to visit hospitals and doctors offices unless these visits are medically necessary.