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Old 11-07-2012, 06:53 AM   #21
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I know that you might think if there was a cure for anything they would tell you. Well this might help you to understand.
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Life is an ongoing conspiracy d0ug - but you already know that.
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I know that you might think if there was a cure for anything they would tell you. ..
No, I don't think that. There can be more money in treating a condition than to cure it, so there is certainly motivation to treat rather than cure.

That said, we sure do have a lot of cures out there, or expensive treatments replaced with inexpensive ones, so it isn't universal. Vaccines would rank #1, and laparoscopic surgery. Why would the medical industry support a minimally invasive procedure that can be done on an outpatient basis, when they could get more money doing a complicated procedure that keeps the patient in their grips for days/weeks?

In this particular case, the application is so simple, the proof so easy, that the idea that it is being effectively 'suppressed' is just ridiculous. There are just too many private organizations, or other countries (Cuba?) that would jump on a cheap effective solution - if it existed.

Show me some peer reviewed, reproducible, document-able results, and we can talk.


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Goatnad...
Seems this story could be another set-up for the old punch line " And then the boy said, 'That's my Paw-aw-aw-aw!' " (spoken with a goat-bray voice). edit - I guess a donkey 'brays', a goat 'bleats'.

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Wow! Thanks so much, dOug. I had no idea how badly we have been misinformed about everything.

Looking at the "Current News" section of the site you linked, I found this:

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This show was recorded just 2 months following the 3/11 attack on Japan, but it uncannily includes the most profound insights and understandings of what really took place on 3/11. Japan was subjected to an attack on 3/11. The earthquake, the so-called tsunami, and the explosions that took place at the Daiichi nuclear power station in Fukushima, were all planned acts of sabotage.
And we were never told! I was shocked, SHOCKED to learn the truth as revealed here.
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Since we're on the subject, I'll bet few of you knew about this recent research...

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Since we're on the subject, I'll bet few of you knew about this recent research...

Researchers Prove Tin Foil Hats Boost Receptivity To Government Signals
Is that how we are explaining the election results?
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Seems this story could be another set-up for the old punch line " And then the boy said, 'That's my Paw-aw-aw-aw!' " (spoken with a goat-bray voice). edit - I guess a donkey 'brays', a goat 'bleats'.

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Hah, then, it would have shown that the implant worked!

The patients of "Doctor" Brinkley should be grateful that their precious private parts did not just fall off due to infection or rejection of a foreign body. Some did die, but a majority at least lived. So, perhaps his surgery was just a placebo, and he never did implant anything, and merely cut up then sewed back up his patients.
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I know that you might think if there was a cure for anything they would tell you. Well this might help you to understand.
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I have worked in some of the organizations popularly ascribed to be secretly running the world. Trust me: they couldn't manage any of that even if they wanted to.
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So, my fellow geezers forum members, after you have zapped all the bacterial and unwanted cells from your system, if your, er, virility is not up to par and still leaves something to be desired, what would you do? Whom you gonna call?

Enter Dr. Brinkley, the goat gland doctor who would implant a bit of a goat's gonad in a patient's private part, so that the vigor of the donor would be imparted to the patient. Too good to be true?
Thus we find the origin of the term "horny old goat".
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Thus we find the origin of the term "horny old goat".
Horny old goat weed. Thats another miracle cure for some condition. I can't remember what it is
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Killing all bacteria inside you is probably not a good thing. There are lots of "good" bacteria in your stomach and digestive system. Anyone who's been on heavy doses of antibiotics knows how wiping out the good bacteria can cause havoc.

Just saying.
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Killing all bacteria inside you is probably not a good thing. There are lots of "good" bacteria in your stomach and digestive system. Anyone who's been on heavy doses of antibiotics knows how wiping out the good bacteria can cause havoc.

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You are right they are very important but they are not in the blood stream
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You are right they are very important but they are not in the blood stream
And of course it takes very special electricity to only contact the bloodstream, and not interact with the other squishy bits. Something like a Lackovsky-Tesla electroformatting incabulator is absolutely necessary. Fortunately, these are relatively simple to fabricate, requiring very little in the way of specialized materials.



A quadrature wound coil on this form is essential. The coil inductance should be selected so as to resonate with the intended patient's natural wavelength. Care must be taken to avoid resonance at any odd harmonic frequency of the patient to avoid the obvious risks of chronosynclastic bifurcation.
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Horny old goat weed. Thats another miracle cure for some condition. I can't remember what it is
Whatever that cures, obviously it is not poor memory, but of course the latter is not that important is it?

But thanks to your info, I have learned another home remedy (just in case, mind you, as I suffer from no ailment at the moment).

Readers, see this: Horny goat weed can be described as herbal Viagra with very good reason.
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But thanks to your info, I have learned another home remedy (just in case, mind you, as I suffer from no ailment at the moment).

Readers, see this: Horny goat weed can be described as herbal Viagra with very good reason.
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Maybe you should cut back on the horny goat weed?

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In the year 1990 at Eistein College of Medicine Dr. Kaali discover that putting a micro current of electricity through the blood killed all virus, bacteria, fungus, and parasites without harming the blood.
How does this current know to destroy all virus, bacteria, fungus, and parasites without destroying red & white blood cells?

That's some pretty smart current!

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Maybe you should cut back on the horny goat weed?
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I have never needed anything.

If something works, why not leave it alone, instead of risking becoming even, er, a medical emergency like that TV ad's been warning?
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