ZENOPHOBIA, fear of the Infinitesimal Dialectic. Revelation of ZENOs PARADOX of the Infinitesimal splits the mind into two camps of cut and measure Science and immeasurably subtle and profound homeopathic Philosophy.
“If being is many, it must be both like and unlike, and this is impossible, for neither can the like be unlike, nor the unlike like.” -Zeno of Elea c. 490 BC
2016 AD – The trouble with science, the crack in their zenosphere, is the putative exclusion of electroplasma from the material phase continuum.
Nobelist Johannes Diderik van der Waals won the 1910 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on the equation of state for gases and liquids, explains material phase changes to vectors of zenophobia.
Johannes Diderik van der Waals got the Nobel prize for making this point over a century ago, but apparently it either didn’t get to, or stick with modern academic larvae – – the fact that material phase changes are contiguous, and that includes the ionic phase of matter . . plasma.
In the science of homeopathy, this ignorance of phase mechanics by modern academia is a keystone point, it’s entirely overlooked, but . .
Like a guillotine it’s statements like these that get me in trouble with the vectors of xenophobia, the butt boys of PC science that
145 CASE STUDIES show adjunctive use of supramolecular drugs to be effective in intensive care, most notably sepsis, but PAUL MORGAN, M.D. lead sepsis consultant at Cardiff Univ, Hospital and vector of zenophobia vehemently refuses to believe it or even put them to a test . .
dominate carpe diem Philosophy, egomaniacal biology Prof. P.Z. Meyer’s of Pharyngula being once again today’s featured example of one of them, a peddler selling millstones as charms to anyone who dares to stick his head through the stone’s hole to examine the proofs.
His last blahagh was a churlish slapdash review of my last Journal entry, the one reporting that the FDCA has listed . . for a long time now . . 1,000 or more homeopathic pharmaceuticals as legal drugs . . which homeopathy debunker Myers et al, like sepsis fuck up pioneer Paul Morgan, M.D. . have failed to debunk.
All he can say is John Benneth is a kook, music to my ears,
PC MYERS . . vector of zenophobia, nutty Univ. of Minnesota Morris professor and homeopathy hater Paul Z. Myers calls it kooky.
for it shows the rebuttal from the highest eschelons of science is still nothing more than the Null Hypothesis; no criteria, assay, taste, test or trial, just name calling and the sotto voce command to “ruin his life.”
Since someone already beat him to it (me) and as like cures like, the orders by iatrogenocidal maniac Morgan, pseudo scientist Myers and “Honest Liar”star stage magician James Randi to ruin my life should be welcome if the material mass of it could be stripped away and presented homeopathically . . I mean, it’s the mere thought of it that counts.
CAN’T QUITE FIGURE IT OUT . . .
VOX POPULI, popular Vector Of Xenophobia, JAMES “The Amazing” RANDI offered me $1,000,000 of Rick Adams’ money to prove homeopathy in 1999.
And if I am “a kook,” as Myers points out, “daft” as Morgan says, or crazy, a fraud and a “fucking liar” as Randi insists . . after calling me that for my reporting the theory and proofs for homeopathy, then what appellations does that tribe have for Nobel scientists like Behring, Josephson and Montagnier; top physicists like Conte, Tiller and Roy; clinicians like Hahnemann, Kent and Clarke . . and a lawmaker like Copeland . . for creating the theory and assays, and the proofs I’m being blamed for?
But even more cogent, what about this Dr. John Clarke, the M.D. I brought up in my last entrée, referred to in the FDCA’s statute as the primary authority on homeopathy?
If I am a kook to Myers, daft to Morgan and a fucking liar to Randi, then what is this FDA bastion of homeopathic science John Henry Clarke, M.D. in comparison to me?
Perhaps we can learn something more on this score in the next installment of the John Benneth Journal . the world’s number one homeopathy blog..
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