It is said that hindsight is 20/20. They didn’t mean the year but they were talking about the sharpness of vision. Foresight is lot less due to the difficulties of accurate prediction. We try to extrapolate from experience or what happened in the past. In finance, they claim that past performance is no guarantee of future results. On the other hand, there are many scientific observations that are repeatable. Doing the same thing with a controlled experiment and expecting different results is said to be a true sign of mental illness. Those types of things are predictable, while the variables in that experiment cause variation in the answer.
A nuclear reaction in pure components is scientifically predictable. Nobody really knows what will happen when the molten components mix with dirt, concrete, water, salts, and rock. It is reasonable to assume that some basics of the reaction will not be altered. A mosquito borne disease will be tough to contain, given our past experience with malaria and others for example. We could luck out though. The disease may be different enough that it could be containable. It isn’t a controlled experiment, and there are too many variables to ever really control it. It is now known that it is spreading outside of the predicted range, and outside of the usual parameters linking it to tropical travel. In hindsight, the only thing predictable about such things seems to be their unpredictability. A broken clock is still repeatable, being right two times a day.
Given the amount of identifiable scientific factors versus the unpredictable variables, what will we see looking back to the present from the year 2020? Only time will tell because there are too many unpredictable variables. We could still get nuked by a rogue nation before then. In 2011, after Fukushima, many did not suspect we would get this far. That doesn’t negate their concerns in the least though. It was predicted to be uninhabitable, and it still is. It will be in the future as far as we can tell. The news about it just gets scantier. It is an existential threat, and from what little news there is, the geology is getting more unstable as the waste groundwater accumulates around the molten reactor cores. I was recently told that it was 6000 miles away, so no problem. That’s a quarter of the circumference of the earth, and the jet stream comes this way sometimes. That isn’t so reassuring.
I learned about these things back in university in the 70’s around the time of the Three Mile Island incident. It was much worse than anyone let on at the time, and still is. That seems to be the norm where everyone downplays these incidents whenever they occur. Then the news goes away. Looking back, Japan could have been much worse. It is only three total meltdowns, or so they tell us. As time goes on, that isn’t exactly reassuring either. The hindsight picture keeps evolving in the fog of news that’s fit to print. The excessive tailoring makes it fit at the time. From engineering, I know that the reality hasn’t really been widely disseminated about long lived un-contained fission products, and the unknowns are also a concern. Calling it pollution helps somehow because that is a given understandable thing that doesn’t go away as well. Pollution like that is entropic though, and tends to cumulatively more as time goes on.
There will still be good times and bad times. Finality doesn’t register against our past experience. Worms are still transferred by bugs. The nematode endosymbiont borrelia will still eat neurons for decades. We will still be asymptomatic until we are no longer, and while asymptomatic, we will still wonder what the problem is. It’s like driving backwards with no rear view, and driving by ear. Predictably unpredictable with all the possibilities known and unknown. When will we get there, Dad? 2020? Like Dad would say, “When we get there.” He has no idea either. There may be a traffic jam, accident, or construction delays. A road closure. We will get there in due time.
Sunday Housecall is back after a long hiatus. Less protein from processed meats replaced with plant protein decreases your cancer risk 10%. Orthopaedic surgery risk for meningus tear may be greater than letting it slide with attempted physio. Resperitol from grape skins is a beneficial antioxidant, but at a level too high to get from wine. You would need ten bottles a day which would negate it.
One simple vector, but one complex problem in Zika, stands to preoccupy the public. The battle lines are drawn over the GMO mosquito to control Aedes egyptii. Not enough is known about the GM mosquito yet, or the consequences of it, other than that it is effective in controlling the mosquito population. The fight against the mosquito is split in the Florida Keys. Other existential threats of a higher priority are getting even less attention, not that attention will solve anything.
Mon, Aug 8, 2016 – The Internet
The internet was designed to withstand a nuclear war. What good would it be if nobody lives to read it? The premise was that any two nodes on the network of networks could communicate. The weakness would be the availability of an electromotive force at any two nodes. It is a luxury of civilization and an open society. It wasn’t designed to withstand that sort of failure. It could be hardened to be sustainable with solar power someday, but again it will need people to survive.
There is a massive amount of information. You can look up published medical and scientific papers through search engines by being uniquely specific about your search terms. It requires you to ask the right questions. I know people who don’t know how to do that, so they are unable to drill down to an answer to their queries. If they ask a stupid question, the search engines faithfully obliges them with a stupid answer. How high is up returns links to a 1940 Three Stooges film.
The platform is there, but seniors were forgotten. Not any more says Honor, a home care startup that wants to do it right. Then there is the whole wearable technology arrival. The internet of “things” might arrive just in time to take root for an orderly end. Yet a computer glitch caused Delta airlines flights to be delayed worldwide. It was unrelated to the actual network it seems. It does show that there has to be a competent layer to utilize an internet, be it software or people. The last packets, like the first, may simply be of the “Hello” variety. Or they may be a couple artificially intelligent phone systems talking to each other in a loop until they each wait to speak to a customer service representative until the power grid bites it.
Why are we here at this juncture? The Sputnik Moment. Later, it was found the Soviets were lying about lots of things, but that prompted the whole misdirection and overbuilding of engineering on our side. By 1958, the decision had been made to make the most engineers. Environmental responsibility fell by the wayside. The Internet allows us to look back and see what happened before our time.
Tues, Aug 9, 2016 – Alzheimer’s Vectors
It is probably a bug that transmits a worm with endosymbiont borrelia. It is another form of borrelia, like MS, Lyme Disease, Glioblastoma, Meningitus, and others rooted in cerebrospinal nematodiasis. The spirochaetes are found in autopsy neural tissues and spinal fluid. It is just one manifestation of Lyme Fog in late stages, and the diagnoses is dependent on how far and where the borrelia has migrated.
What hope is there when all medicine still does not realize that this is the case with not only Alzheimer’s, but all of the top fatal diseases? If the borrelia progresses in the heart, brain, neurons, lungs, GI, pancreas, liver, kidneys, bones, and hidden in biofilm from the nematode that brought it there, eventually it can cause failure of that particular organ. The trick is to find the worm. Apple leaves show you where they are, or were, as they come out. If you are older, or have had more vector exposure, you will have more locations and risk from them. The worms take to your lymphatic systems like fish to water.
When I try to explain this to people, invariably they say that death is a fact of life. They can feel the effect as they get older. They may have already had medical interventions for stroke, heart, or other related diseases. None will likely survive long enough to know I was right, basically dead on the money. Anthelmintic treatment is the only way out. Otherwise, all the aforementioned diseases are fatal.
There is another problem in that you have to have the disease manifesting itself to a diagnosis, where it finally shows up symptomatically in the late stages. Until that point, you are asymptomatic, and although much work has been done to predict outcomes, the late stage is often the first hint of trouble. The hope is that apple leaves eliminate all stages by eliminating the root nematodes. Again, the problem is that the nematodes are largely invisible and unknown until then.
The hope is that we know these diseases are definitely a sequential cumulative progression over time. Apple leaves are early and proactive at alleviating the previously unknown root cause. It is akin to putting up the “Bridge Out” barrier on the roads of life leading to those diseases. Nothing else does that, or really could, until now. After discovering that nematodes were there, there are other anthelmintics, but the nematodes and types are still unknown due to their stealthy nature. Innes and Shoho tried with hundreds of slides of autopsy tissue to find a single setaria digitata nematode because they were looking at tissue that had already been damaged. The worms and/or their endosymbiont borrelia proxies had moved on. On the other hand, we know what’s eating you literally. The big revelation is that any of the top life threatening diseases must have a vector and a parasitic nematode mechanism. Don’t forget that.
That is why apple leaves make you know that all medicine is hopelessly on the wrong track, and quickly. When you go looking for what the things are that migrate out of old bug stings and bites, you will find almost nothing. You may cut to the chase and find this blog. It took me half a year to realize they were nematodes. At first, I thought they were actually the vector or spirochaetes, but not a nematode. Then there was a serendiptous find about filarial nematode spirochaete farmers. Why don’t they prescribe Ivermectin? Because it can kill people if the nematodes have migrated to the brain through the cerebrospinal lymphatic system. I suspect apple leaves make the nematodes migrate out the way they came by finding existing access. That is the risk. You do not want to kill the worms in situ because they may cause a fatal herxheimer reaction. It is pretty much a given that worms are making the biofilm to protect their flock, and even themselves as Apple leaves with pectin enzyme biofilm dissolver show. When I tried pectin enzyme on day 313, a second wave of about a hundred worms came out hiding in that biofilm.
So here we are at Day 742 or so. The Lyme Fog got blasted out by Day 4 in my experience. That was Alzheimer’s early stage I take it, along with some form of meningitus. Now I only take a small dose of apple leaf powder with pectin enzyme once a week if that to smoke out any new worms from bug bites. It could be from a mosquito, black fly, tick, dust mite, or spider, or some other unknown vector. If it had a nematode payload, it gets smoked out fast. It isn’t really a cure, being more like a gunshot wound. There can be permanent damage that is beyond what your own body can repair. At least the bullet migrates out the way it came in if you can get it before it migrates. It will make the floaters, at least one entopic phenomenon, migrate out of your eyes too. It may affect Scheerer’s blue field phenomenon, and make that go away too. Elimination of Floaters is the main one though.
If common knowledge is so common, why don’t doctors know about it? I suspect it is because our common knowledge is 7 times greater than those who do not accept the internet as a reliable source of common knowledge. By remaining with uncommon knowledge, they keep a leg up on us mere commoners, and that is preferable. I try to reason leveraging common knowledge anybody can look up if they have access to the World Wide Web. It brings uncommon kn0wledge into a new realm of commonality. The last thing a doctor wants to know is that they are hopelessly out of date, but that is a problem made by our own system of accreditation. It is common knowledge that nematodes cause disease, but uncommon knowledge that there are so many stealthy nematodes that were never discovered and documented, and that they “farm” endosymbiont bacteria to do it. Apple leaves open that can of worms, and it contains another can of biofilm with worms in it. The need for a new paradigm of medicine is obviated, but not accepted as valid in the least. Knowing is being forewarned, and apple leaves are the fastest known short cut I found to knowing that extremely uncommon knowledge. Don’t let the remnants of your Alzheimer’s at whatever stage, possibly from a vector acquired at a juvenile age, let you forget it.
IBM’s Watson believes we can do even better. But then Watson can do medical school by the $6000 worth of textbooks in 8 seconds. I suggest he do several seconds of veterinary sciences for pre med, but Watson already comes with medical resources of the Cleveland Clinic and Case Western University Medical School. Apple leaves could still show Watson a thing or two because they are unknown.
Weds, Aug 10, 2016 – Arthrogryposis
It occurs with Zika, according to a new study in the British Medical Journal. Now we have a link to a vector arthritis. Sound familiar? It sounds like vector borrelia to me, and it is only a few apple leaves away until they make a shocking nematode parasite discovery about it if they haven’t already, and are still writing it up. The mosquito vector can chalk up yet another one to the list of diseases it can transport and spread. It gets all the ink while Lyme disease languishes in the background. Arthropods in general are behind most disease because they spread the parasitic nematodes behind it in my theoretical estimation. They are an efficient ubiquitous transport mechanism.
People are warming up to the idea of the GM Mosquito being introduced to control mosquitoes. That is the proactive approach. That usually fails, only lowering the risk of contacting the disease. The reac6tive approach for what you do once you get one of these arthropod diseases is unclear. It will start with the unknown nematode behind it after they fail trying to control the nematode endosymbiont Zika virus itself. It will be like arthropod arthritis. That hasn’t ever been defeated, save for by apple leaves possibly. Then you will know why. It is from a worm within a bug. University of New Haven seems to be the source of all the people working on that. Dr A B MacDonald has been making progress looking back through brain bank autopsies. I get the impression they are underfunded and underutilized as a resource against this huge borrelia endosymbiont tent. It is just starting to make headway from October 2014 when I told Dr Sapi about what I found with apple leaves.
Fast forward a year and a half, and just imagine what will happen by then if that is the time frame it takes from discovery to deployment. It was hidden in veterinary science for 136 years it turns out. Not apple leaves but a causative trypanosome parasite. The apple leaves skunk out all sorts of parasites, and they are all unknown. Lord knows what endosymbionts they have in them. Biofilm is a common pathogenic protective mechanism it seems too. Simply fingering any one of the nematode parasites behind various diseases would be a quantum leap forward in their understanding. I suspect there are too many variants of the apple leaf exposed varieties, and they are all microscopic bordering on macroscopic with many different sizes and behaviours. Some vectors may transport several different types. They seem to have a long lifespan in a human host.
Zika was off the radar for decades until now. It has likely been here historically in animal reservoirs before it was even named and recognized. International travel exchange spreads such things where oceans kept them remote. More travel, more disease propagation by hosts and/or imported vectors. Now the vector has become anthropophilic, or it likes man. Other vectors have risen to the fray, making specific vector controls like a GM vector possibly ineffective. Even knowing the trouble doesn’t help after a while. Aggressive measures against anopheles mosquitoes limited malaria until DDT was found to be a double edge sword. Now it is like whack a mole. Like filariasis, it is spread from person to person through the bite of an infected mosquito.
The news is losing credibility with its audience that spills over from their political bias. More than one candidate even uses that to increase their standing. It is almost like they employ artificial intelligence to reverse the media intent, and it is working. The inanity of it all makes the artificial intelligent response seem even more bizarre. Opponents get baited into more complex landmines repeatedly by the app. A mosquito trap is simpler to be effective that way, with human scented carbon dioxide bait. Both give the prey exactly what they want, in the worst possible place.
The disease itself isn’t artificially intelligent, but has multiple generations over time on its side. It has evolved to a successful deployed state while missing all attempts at detection. Apple leaves are a rare unpredictable response yielding a completely off the wall answer, and they expose previously unknown nematode parasite proxy complexes thriving and undetected.
Thurs, Aug 11, 2016 – Short Story
How could medicine be so wrong? They underestimated their opponent. A common cold defeats them, and apple leaves show why. A cold is actually a handful of different attacks on human systems such as eye, ear, nose, throat, breathing, and temperature regulation, and they all seem to take refuge in human biofilm buildup. There could also be a vector nematode with it, providing prophylactic protection of these bacterial and viral components.
You could make a movie out of a short story. Just make it believable. Call it fiction even though it is all true. This time the doctors would not be the heroes, but an average guy who discovers a new herb in a ditch. It treats nearly everything. Then he meets resistance at every corner. The story writes itself playing into what people always suspected. The twist is that the hero tries to keep it a secret. Then just imagine what happens. It would supply drama, an antihero cabal, an underdog getting crushed, and lots of ending possibilities and sequel potential. The danger is the short story would be too big.
A movie could be science fiction with space travel and magic aliens. Complete fantasy. Grounded references detract from that. Star Wars doesn’t have a Starbucks on the set. It has forests, mountains, and deserts though. It seems there are some rules. The watcher is detached. Droid robots are the first person witnesses and the story teller. You might have to scrap all that fantasy stuff and keep it simple. Real biological laboratories could be the fantasy sets. After all, it is a stretch that anyone is interested why the herb is working. It may be too unbelievable a reality where stealthy microscopic nematodes take the center stage, and every doctor is baffled when confronted with the reality of the things actually exiting their own insect bites and stings after living in them for years. The lay characters are on the same playing field looking for answers, but none are coming. Time frame is present day 2014-2016. Alien invasion has been done, but not from within.
One lay character could keep up the fantasy explanations, while the other grounded lay character keeps offering plausible explanations for what is happening. They must be near invisible nematode parasites if they were never discovered before this. Where did they come from and how did they get there? Why do the nematodes leave that cushy deal all so easily and where do they go? You could follow the journey of discovery, but it would take talented writing to engage the audience in such an unbelievable story, even with a reality base. Samuel Clemens aka Mark Twain knew that fiction is obliged to stick to the possibilities, while reality has no such pre conditions.
When politics creep in, that would make it boring. You would have to avoid that pitfall of losing half of a potential audience. Yet medicine gets exposed to be a strange politic you can’t deny. They intentionally dance around cures to go for customers, and those who do not know that fact might be alienated. Play it so they can figure it out for themselves, realizing that all the haters are actually fighting the battle for the parasitic alien forces at their own expense, yet to line their own pockets. In a way, it is the same old story, corruption for money.
You could make it about a novice movie script writer who happens to discover the mystery herb. He looks to others with his idea only to find they too have discovered a different herb that blows their mind. The FDA claims their herb has no accepted medical use in the US. Dejected, he tries to go it alone, still trying to get to the bottom of what makes his different herb tick. He finds people want escapism, and he has that, albeit in a different way where they escape deadly diseases like the third leading cause of death, medical error. Nothing more real than that, he figures. It would be a movie about making a movie, and making it believable. Of course that has already been done, but the root subject would be all different. Seinfeld was a show about nothing that worked. Why? It turned out nothing was really something to the point that the characters themselves were the story. The way they approached anything that was normally nothing was the hook. Mine would be a show about something that should be nothing but leaves that taste a bit like apples. Instead, it just becomes a show about virtually everything as people find out for themselves what they do. The initial shock that they have been worm food all their lives gives way to greater revelations as medical issues they taught themselves to forget about slowly disappear along with the worms.
The third leading cause of death always gets protest from only one quarter: Medical professionals. They are the only ones delusional enough to fight the irrefutable facts because they are intentionally deluded. Their immediate support group are all in denial. Of course that smacks of a cover up and deadly bias. They don’t even realize it and laugh it off. Creepy. Since finding out in year 2000, it has only gotten worse. Nothing has been done to address it. Perhaps that would be a good opening sequence where a news reporter asks health professionals what they think of those studies. They hang themselves with their own comments, and show exactly why it is STILL the third leading cause of death. Some even blame the search engine.
The story makes it clear, and the herb goes further. There are really two leading causes of death and No. 1 becomes medical error. #2 is the multiple forms of parasitic vector nematodiasis underlying all former deadly illness and eliminated by apple leaves. The reason it doesn’t take first place is medical error in not knowing that already well documented, yet previously hidden (by medical decree alone), fact. Some doctors are finding out, but progress is slow. Witness their reaction to the JAMA 2000 statistic pegging the 3rd leading cause of death – medical error. They’re still in the dark 18 years after the data presented then.
Fri, Aug 12, 2016 – Vector Weapon
Add it all together, ignorance of medicine about vector parasitic nematodiasis making vectors the leading cause of death, plus regular medical error, and you have a perfect murder weapon. It was already exploited as a military weapon in WWII. Medical ignorance puts the icing on the cake because they have no idea what is happening, and no idea how to respond. Perhaps that is a better hook for a story line. All the big movies have a murder or two in there somewhere. Star Wars Episode 2 had one such murder when they tried to assassinate Queen Amidala with a bug. Just put “natural causes” on the death certificate. It may not be as fast as lead poisoning, but they can’t do ballistics or fingerprinting on it. Police uniforms are infused with permethrin, so they already know about it. So are all the US Olympic Team uniforms.
It is very topical because of that. Rio is vector control central these days. The cat is more than out of the bag that vectors are at least bad for one illness. It is chasing mice around all over the place down there. Canada still thinks vectors are geographically restricted though, a dangerously obsolete notion. Perhaps another top killer should be considered, medical ignorance. Again, the story could have a plot line unfolding on the border where psycho tourists run rampant on murderous sprees. Too easy though. It wouldn’t sell the popcorn because it wouldn’t be original enough. Canadian ignorance of vector warfare, even though they invented it, is too well known. Outside of police and military PPE, the defence is non existent. The medical ostrich approach still exists, misdiagnosing everything. Consequently, medical error takes on a larger role. That would get popcorn sales back up, pursuing such a train wreck plot.
Set expenses would be minimal because you could use location shooting anywhere to take advantage of the decimated Canadian dollar. Americans would have to bring their own doctor, or simply return south for medical treatment. A veterinary theme would help, pointing out how veterinarians are over a century ahead worldwide. It could emulate Seinfeld being a show about “Nothing we know about” as we follow the hapless doctors through the comedy of errors and endless expensive prescriptions dictated by meaningless serology. The audience candy is that they are privy to a military defence strategy the doctors know nothing about.
Then the antidote gets introduced to the sneak attack. We follow victims though reversal of symptoms ranging from heart disease to cancer to encephalitis to dementia to nephritis to debilitating arthritis. Skin conditions and baldness clear up. Swimmers Itch from decades ago resurfaces and disappears finally. Kids steal some of the antidote and are also cured. Doctors get re introduced and true to form, are still clueless. Pan to a garbage can full of prescriptions back at CENTCOM while credits roll. The audience knows a secret. Doctors laugh it off as one-star Hollywood fantasy when it really isn’t. Nonetheless, “Vectors” becomes a minor box office hit. A scene where workers clean cobwebs out of hospitals and take them out with the prescription trash ends it.
The best thing is it could be all real. A motion picture about nothing known by exactly the people who are paid to know intimately. Talk about health care reform. Reform school would be more fitting, but leave that up to the audience to figure out for themselves. The older you are, the more education apple leaf anti helminthic will present to you. Short and sweet, unlike all the millions of hours of YouTube’s. Some are good, but largely they aren’t. Multiple movies with a running time under 100 minutes have been very effective and popular. Keeping it simple would be more effective. You could get around medical restriction by using a loophole to exclude all medical claims, with a disclaimer. They sell apple tree bark that is even more powerful when eaten, containing all the same components presumably. Your leaves may vary. Mine were tested by deer.
Focussing on vector nematode elimination puts you way beyond current medical technology. It doesn’t have to be weaponized to make it naturally effective regardless. There is no obstacle to total defeat of medicine currently, save apple tree leaves and bark. That link alone shows many trees beyond what they can treat. I stuck to the biggest one though. It alone seems to address it all. Eliminating the 4th leading cause of death would make you a hero. Anything better than that would make you a pariah. Apple leaves are just one thing that does that.
A new Star Wars is coming out, placed between Episodes 3 and 4. Would Vectors have sequel-prequel potential? Absolutely. Prequels would have up to 136 years of veterinary science backing them up, grounding them in reality. Would sequels have doctors selling pencils and apple leaves on the street? I doubt it. They will struggle to keep the status quo, and that would be a fertile story premise to follow intently. Government bureaucracies will keep it all going with the bottomless revenue stream, immune to all protest. New and Improved. Only the 4th leading cause of death! The injustice of it all may work for the same reason professional wrestling still packs an audience in. “Bugs and Drugs” may get more audience than Vectors 1. Again, it would all be in the script flow. Familiar cast would keep it short enabling newcomers to catch up on the story by also seeing the original at the same time. Release the prequel before the sequel? Maybe, and that would be a unique twist. The trouble is that it is all too real where there is no way that it should be. It would be too much of a stretch even for Hollywood. The truth is too strange to be fiction. It would demand an unbelievable level of cynicism from the audience. The same thing causes people to deny the fact that supermarkets are full of weed killer laced food, and that we burned gasoline with lead in it for half a century. We still suffer the consequences, but don’t want to know about it. Linking some of that to the vector increase won’t help.
The possibility is there, but keeping the story simple to start is prudent. Basic natural blanket vector attack, total decimation, clueless response, heroes save the day, worms flee the roost where they have hidden for decades, all in spite of the extremely well funded botched response mechanism. Survivors flee the botched responders to save their skin. Audience leaves happy only to realize it is all too real with the exception of the heroes. Audience picks up the slack. Fun for all ages, PG rating.
How about a time travel theme? The heroes are time travellers, from a different time. At the end, you finally realize they came from the past, not the future, when they step back into their steam powered time machine with vacuum tube electronics, muttering “Sad but true. All that technology, but they’re Idiots!”
Sat, Aug 13, 2016 – Tricked by Money
Why do things get worse instead of better? The promise of antibiotics was short lived, as predicted by the discoverer, Sir Alexander Fleming. Parallel technologies like phage therapy were abandoned to chase the money. Old fashioned microscopy in pathology has been replaced by serology, but it misses multiple biofilming illnesses with false negatives. People are riddled with nematode parasites, yet they still go completely undetected or undiscovered until now. Far from being welcomed, the discovery is down played to protect an out of control well moneyed snipe hunt bloated with paralysing bureaucracy.
What is money, other than a fungible proxy for goods and services? Two and a half centuries ago, German Goldsmith Amschel Mayer Bauer created a fraudulent gold certificate printing scheme that was so successful, the crime became the norm, and is now known as Fractional Reserve Banking. Eventually, all heads of state were sucked into the scheme and signed an exclusive deal for him to control the money supply. All he had to do was prevent a run on the bank. The line blurred between greed and necessity. Everybody was compelled to look the other way since they all had skin in the game. A whole pseudo science, economics, was created to legitimize the fraud.
Now the bulk of money has wrongly baited medicine into a corner where they missed the whole reason for their own existence. It reminds one of the old problem. If you owe the bank a million, you are in trouble. If you owe the bank a billion, the bank is in trouble. Medicine owes the bank a trillion. They have to keep killing people the old way to save the bank. There would be no problem if apple leaves were in the one to ten thousand dollars a month range, or more, preferably. Who said money doesn’t grow on trees? If you need help paying for this non medication, call 1-800-etc. for help.
What about ethics? That kind of became moot from the get go with “debt backed” money as we know it. Now that medicine is money, and will be discovered to be a total shell game of questionable validity, either they have to take a loss, or keep up the illusion. A child can see the debt backed health care scheme is a house of cards. Just imagine how that will play out. It could be a plot within our script, trying to reconcile the actions of medicine fighting being exposed for making a huge mistake. They might pile on, making all plant leaves illegal. Bauer himself said that he didn’t care who made the laws as long as he had the exclusive power over money. He never met our out of control health care system, even bigger swindlers with an even bigger hammer, life itself. It was bound to happen when it all became what it is based on a fundamental lie. One pill could take the whole thing down. I just happened to find it like snagging a thread that unravels the whole sweater.
It is the only known treatment for the real hidden third leading cause of death. You could say abstinence would work too, but people are addicted to it. Luckily, it also treats that addiction. I can’t claim that it cures that, but at least it helps where nothing else does. That third leading cause of death, medical error, knows no borders, which simply fence off the cover up fraud (the CDC does not have a category to report medical error) and statistical alteration. It may treat every other cause of death too, but that’s a long story. Just look at how the third leading cause is doing with that. You can look it up.
Why fight it when it is a waste of time and effort? This juggernaut has become too big to fail, and it already has failed when it becomes a medalist for cause of death. The fact that we are even thinking about that is a damning review of their performance by their own yardstick. The whole point is that they should be on the bottom of the list. You can argue that they get the worst cases by design, but then what do they have to offer? They offer medicine, but disease has largely become resistant. They offer one medal winning cure. A permanent one. They say you can’t believe everything on the internet, which is true because their entire knowledge basis, all medical journals, are on the internet. Everybody can catch them hiding the truth now, but they largely just do not know it. The spotlight is overdue.
Do no harm. Given what is happening, how can apple leaves do harm comparatively? Insects leave permanent nematode parasites, and they are found in autopsies. They are also found in every single patient, nurse, and doctor before apple leaves smoke them out. Other species of nematode may still be immune to apple leaves. Other anthelmintic medicines may get those. Only the health care system can justify their existence, or the endosymbiont spirochaetes and biofilm they bring with them. Why can’t they concentrate as much effort on getting rid of them as they do on hiding medical error?
Unfortunately, our medical system is also the source of the postulate that eyeglasses cause near sightedness. Similarly, fruit and apple tree bark and leaves have been rumoured to have absorptive qualities for heavy metals. You would have to assay them to be sure, but high levels in the soil did not mean high levels in the tree by analysis. Apple trees actually repel heavy metals then. Why would the tree fibre smoke them out from tissues? It is another mystery that has already been looked into in Serbia where some of the orchards have heavy metals in the soil, but has never been followed up in people. If they also skunked out heavy metals, those would spike in serology of waste body fluids at the time. Like eyeglasses, apple leaves might get tagged for making you blind and producing heavy metal laced urine with metal phobic activity.
Is the whole issue bogged down in analysis paralysis? Medically, yes. The third place medal for leading causes of death is a symptom of that. Overtreatment and overmedication, or just the wrong medicine or procedure, gets administered with a less than desirable outcome. Eventually, one of those side effect bullets will have your name on it. Just don’t demand it and tempt fate. People should know about it and keep calling them out on it. When they were first told that they were conservatively estimated as the third leading cause of death in 2000, they did nothing and it got even worse. Apple leaves have kept the doctor, plus hundreds of nematode parasites, away for me. Consulting the computer first also helps to know what your own symptoms say for a first opinion.
The number one and two leading causes of death are heart disease and cancer at about 600,000 a year each. Those are CDC numbers, so some of the 250,000 from medical error could be hidden in there due to a higher likely hood of treatment or procedural error. Both are known to be associated with borrelia to a large extent, so by extension, also associated with likely nematode parasites with endosymbiont borrelia. Apple leaves address getting rid of many nematode parasites. The 4th leading cause of death at about 160,000, lower respiratory illness, may also have a nematode and medical error component behind it. 5th place is accidental death, which may again hide some medical error. This is a shortcoming of the CDC reporting system that was never corrected in 2000. The argument could be they were going to die anyway. It’s a feature, not a shortcoming.