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26 Oct 2000
14 Oct 2000
From the medication debate that psychologists and psychiatrist have had, to ADD and ADHD, I ask who will have the children?
These next three links got my attention with the fact that insurance is traded at the stock market.
27 Oct 2000
27 Oct 2000
index psyc page
article by Jim Keith mirrored.
I posted on
25 Oct 2000
24 Sept 2000
over thirty pages of links for citations
the same page badly formatted but fast loading
Posted (here) on 25 Oct 2000
Did man evolve from primates? Is there a gene
for intelligence? Is there a superior, super healthy human? These
questions seem to plague us, to the extent that they have taken on the mythical
qualities of a deity needing worship. To understand how these ideas could
have such a hold requires that we take a peak back behind the pedestal they are
being placed on, which is a pedestal composed of “The Philosophy of
Knowledge”. This may seem like a
strange term considering what the definition of philosophy is,
Philosophy (1) “Literally, the love of, including the
search after, wisdom; in actual usage, the knowledge of phenomena as explained
by, and resolved into, causes and reasons, powers and laws.” Dictionary
this paper should make the meaning clear.
Popper led me to more research and it seems as if
propaganda has been learned but biology has be ignored.
This could be some of the reasons that propaganda is so successful. Granted unless you study Ortes and Malthus
you could think that Marx and Hitler's ideas of racial
purification had a foundation. Marx
and Hitler were frauds, and I would not be surprised if asked about spontaneous
germination, that they would have believed in it.
Redi (Italian scientist) disproved spontaneous generation
in 1668, France was still dubious until Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) was able to disproved spontaneous generation, as
well. Darwin was a "jonny come
lately" in the controversy.
Taking these ideas out of context can create major
problems, and if you advocate an idea of "Survival of the fittest"
then humans are at the bottom of the heap, way below bacteria and fungus.
While some are keeping things stirred up, world events are
happening that are not making headlines.
Science News Jan 30, 1999
Sea Sickness.(pollution, algae blooms, and climate change affect coral reefs and other marine organisms)
Author/s: Janet Raloff
Marine epidemiology comes of age Nor is bleaching the only threat to corals. Increasingly, Cervino points out, these colonies are also exhibiting infections, tumors, and "obscure" lesions. "We've been going to photos of corals from as far back as the 1930s," he says, and find no sign of many of these diseases.
That link is at http://ThePiedPiper.tripod.com/CNS1.htm#_Spray
World Trade could make these problems worse, because it does not allow individual countries the chance to look at their own bacteria and fungal problems. When you refer to bacteria and fungus it does not seem to be one size fits all, yet what happens
"Mustard was first used by the Germans on the night of 12-13 July 1917 near Ypres in Flanders"
I am not an environmentalist, just someone that believes that mycotoxins and other items used in one place can migrate. Many of these items have to go through a simple CNS before they can attack the human CNS and by the time we wake up to the fact that they could be evolving beyond our capability to handle them - we could have wiped out many of the simple CNS organisms (like frogs) so that they do come looking for us, to live.
Also an hypothesis that I have:
If oil is a bacteria byproduct, we already keep memories on inorganic storage (computers), the brain is 60% to 70%
fat (an energy matrix, intelligence matrix) so what other energy matrixes have intelligence?
To tie these thoughts together,
Plants reach to the light, even without a group
intelligence. Could bacteria and
fungi think that we are the only way to survive, and by the time we realize we
will be gone and cytobacteria will start over.
You know that sugar, or at least an excess of sugar can
kill beneficial bacteria and allow an growth of fungus in your body.
Anyone have a sweet tooth? Could
the fungus in you body try for a beneficial environment?
Yet, world trade keeps some people from being able to say stuff like this
because they might mess up someone's trading rights.
So, if you were to get rid of a bacteria or fungus which
one would you choose since it seems that some of the worst are beneficial in
their own ways.
The brain is wired for sound energy, light energy and more to stimulate the nerves (virtual reality possible future)
might rewire some of the connections to the eyes, ears and
other senses. What is intelligence,
but our associations and connections between the different energy sources that
we are exposed to, and it seems that we may have to become savage to live in the
world that is evolving. Keep the
higher brain? I doubt that we would
have enough time for it. Snails
here we come.
If this is cryptic to some, I apologize - I am a student
with very limited time. Good luck
and when someone presents a certain mindset - please speculate about the fact of
what is happening from both sides. Is
this a case of divide and conquer? Could
people get along if they realize where this future could lead, because they have
studied the past, in the light of the present?
Enough for now, my disclaimer gives an idea of my mindset and here is a part of it, ""It is not up to thee to finish the task, but neither is it up to thee to exempt thyself from it." or You may not be able to replace them but can you learn enough to succeed them? "http://ThePiedPiper.tripod.com/disclaim.htm
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