Roger Bird

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Roger Bird
Posted 11 months ago
Should we let homeopathy be?
Personally, I try to scrimp and save every penny, and I do a good job of it. Every health generating activity or item that is close to free is ignored because no one is getting paid to promote it. Every older person should drink 8 glasses of water a day (with mineral supplementation. I use hard spring water, so I don't need much in the way of mineral supplementation), but you will never hear about it because no one can make enough money off of it to spend the time and money to promote it. No conspiracy or greed here; just the way life works: people have to make a living. I also see that people fancy that the exotic is going to make them healthy. So some berries or herb from the Western Ghats in India is suppose to be so ultra-cool for your health, but apples are ignored. Apples just aren't exotic enough.
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Roger Bird
Posted 11 months ago
Should we let homeopathy be?
I have a pinched nerve between my L5 and S1 vertebra. I am under homeopathic care and acupuncture and home traction and nutritional support. It is working, but I feel like I have a way to go. Being 68 (in 1 hour and 53 minutes) probably is why it is taking so long to heal. But I use Arnica 30C for the pain and it works like a charm.
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Roger Bird
Posted 11 months ago
Should we let homeopathy be?
Yeah, but Randi, who is offering the $1 million, decides what is proof, so I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for him to decide that something is proof, no matter how good the evidence.
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Roger Bird
Posted 11 months ago
Should we let homeopathy be?
Science dismisses the subjective because it gets in the way of understanding objects, thus the objective viewpoint. This is most excellent when you are dealing with hydrogen bombs and stripped toothpaste and bridges and other purely physical objects. But what do we do when the thing is not just an object, like, perhaps, a human being. I am an intersection between the objective and the subjective, an intersection of body, "energy", mind, and spirit. Skeptopaths don't understand this and imagine that the only way to know anything is from the objective viewpoint. Consequently they are STUPID and oblivious when it comes to subjective matters, and they assume that they have a monopoly on all knowing, when in fact they are dreadfully shallow. The power of suggestion or the placebo effect is just the beginning of understanding the subjective. Understanding and experiencing the subjective goes way beyond that. I am going to guess that EVERY SINGLE male skeptopath has one of the following: no relationship with a woman, a dominating relationship with a woman, or a terribly rocky relationship with a woman. The female skeptopaths probably have a better go at it, but not by much. And I am betting that the male skeptopaths can't figure out what this has to do with anything. It has to do with the pathological denial of the subjective. I love my doggies with all my heart; I know that they are semi-conscious God in doggie form trying to evolve into full consciousness. And I am helping them with love and affection and good food and scratching their bellies and playing with them. Homeopathy has been working for me and my family for the past 44 years. That, I say, that is some kind of placebo effect!