In this essay I will be introducing several startling ideas which run contrary to accepted understanding of models of mental health, and will endeavor to state my case as well as I can despite the extremely complicated nature of the science behind these new ways of understanding mental issues. Citations will be provided in order to verify the claims made herein.
This is entirely theoretical, but within the realm of possibility. Inside all mammalian and plant cells exist organelles which produce energy and create what is essentially a zero point energy reaction inside of the cell wall during the Krebs cycle. I am not clear on how one would go about the process of harvesting this […]
Transcript: PTSD is generally, in spite of changes to the brain which show on MRI and fMRI, considered to be a psychiatric or psychological illness which can be treated with cognitive behavioural therapy or psychological therapy and psychiatric medications. I would like to put forward the hypothesis that PTSD is actually a physiological issue, […]
Transcript: Mefloquine is a drug that was given to all UN/NATO troops in Afghanistan and Iraq as an antimalarial, as well as, presumably for its “off label effects, which we’ll go into, to prisoners at Guatanamo Bay. First tested on prisoners, mefloquine was handed out to Canadian Armed Forces members “theoretically” as part of a […]
Transcript: One of the more recent discoveries of modern medicine is the mitochondria and the role it plays in health, particularly in muscular and neurodegenerative disease. The mitochondria is both the powerhouse of the cell and the storage place of DNA. This means that mitochondrial dysfunction creates both DNA mutation during cellular replication (which occurs […]
Transcript: One of the most overlooked causes of ill health and poor functioning is mitochondrial error – AKA inborn errors of metabolism and cellular oxidation. Oxidation occurs in a cell when an organism is forced to endure stresses beyond their capabilities, whether through environment, life stress, or poor nutrition, or any combination of these factors. […]
One of the things that never ceases to amaze me is an odd law called the codex allimentarius, which was set down like a century ago under British trade laws and somehow became incorporated into pharmaceutical and food laws today internationally, probably through the East India Trading Company and Lloyds of London. The codex basically […]