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The Cause of Disease

Why human being get sick? Human body is designed to heal our self (self healing organism). Your body will heal yourself IF it's giving a right condition. A tree that have no fruit because of bad condition IF we give the right condition one or second year later the tree will give us beautiful fruit.

The human body is not much different to plant. Louis Pasteur 1822-1895 known as germs theory of disease, he said that Germs cause disease, whenever he make an experiment he always call the media, friend, government. People likes him because he said that we don't have to stop drinking alcohol, party every night, don't have to exercise, because the germs that make us sick. Kill the germ u will be cure.

Pierre Jaques Antoine Beschamp 1816-1908 one of France's greatest scientist, Professor at the School of Pharmacy in the Faculty of Science at Strasbourg said that germs don't cause disease, that's result of unhealthful condition. He had succeeded in 1852 in so reducing the cost of producing aniline as to make it a commercial success, and his formula became the basis of the German dye industry. This brought him some fame, and many more problems to solve. Up to this time, the idea prevailed that cane sugar, when dissolved in water, was spontaneously transformed at an ordinary temperature into invert sugar, which is a mixture of equal parts of glucose and fructose, but an experiment with starch had caused him to doubt the truth of this idea.

Therefore in May 1854, Beauchamp undertook a series of observations on this change, which came to be referred to as his "Beacon Experiment". In this experiment, he dissolved perfectly pure cane sugar in water in a glass bottle containing air, but tightly stoppered. Several other bottles contained the same solution, but with a chemical added. In the solution without any added chemical, moulds appeared in about thirty days, and inversion of the sugar in this bottle then went on rapidly, but moulds and inversion did not occur in the other bottles containing added chemicals. He measured the inversion frequently with a polariscope.

These observations were concluded on February 3, 1855, and his paper was published in the Report of the French Academy of Science for the session of February 19, 1855. This left the moulds without an explanation, so he started a second series of observations on June 25, 1856 (at Strasbourg) in order to determine if possible, their origin, and on March 27, 1857, he started a third series of flasks to study the effects of creosote on the changes. Both series were ended at Montpelier on December 5, 1857.

Pasteur, apparently overlooking the air contact, challenged Beauchamp's statements, saying: "... to be logical, Beauchamp should say that he has proved that moulds arise in pure sugared water, without nitrogen, phosphates or other mineral elements, for that is an enormity that can be deduced from his work, in which there is not the expression of the least astonishment that moulds have been able to grow in pure water with pure sugar without any other mineral or organic principles." Beauchamp's retort to this was: "A chemist au courant with science ought not to be surprised that moulds are developed in sweetened water, contained in contact with air in glass flasks. It is the astonishment of Pasteur that is astonishing Claude Bernard 1813-1878 dismissed many previous misconceptions, took nothing for granted, and relied on experimentation.

Unlike most of his contemporaries, he insisted that all living creatures were bound by the same laws as inanimate matter. Claude Bernard's first important work was on the functions of the pancreas gland, the juice of which he proved to be of great significance in the process of digestion; this achievement won him the prize for experimental physiology from the French Academy of Sciences. A second investigation - perhaps his most famous - was on the glycogenic function of the liver; in the course of this he was led to the conclusion, which throws light on the causation of diabetes mellitus, that the liver, in addition to secreting bile, is the seat of an internal secretion, by which it prepares sugar at the expense of the elements of the blood passing through it.

A third research resulted in the discovery of the vaso-motor system. While engaged, about 1851, in examining the effects produced in the temperature of various parts of the body by section of the nerve or nerves belonging to them, he noticed that division of the cervical sympathetic gave rise to more active circulation and more forcible pulsation of the arteries in certain parts of the head, and a few months afterwards he observed that electrical excitation of the upper portion of the divided nerve had the contrary effect. In this way he established the existence of vaso-motor nerves, both vaso-dilator and vaso-constrictor. In his major discourse on scientific method, An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine (1865), Claude Bernard describes what makes a scientific theory good and what makes a scientist important, a true discoverer. Unlike many scientific writers of his time, Bernard writes about his own experiments and thoughts, and uses the first person.

Known and Unknown. What makes a scientist important, he states, is how well he or she has penetrated into the unknown. In areas of science where the facts are known to everyone, all scientists are more or less equal-we cannot know who is great. But in the area of science that is still obscure and unknown the great are recognized: "They are marked by ideas which light up phenomena hitherto obscure and carry science forward Authority vs. Observation. It is through the experimental method that science is carried forward--not through uncritically accepting the authority of academic or scholastic sources. In the experimental method, observable reality is our only authority. Bernard writes with scientific fervor:

When we meet a fact which contradicts a prevailing theory, we must accept the fact and abandon the theory, even when the theory is supported by great names and generally accepted Induction and Deduction. Experimental science is a constant interchange between theory and fact, induction and deduction. Induction, reasoning from the particular to the general, and deduction, or reasoning from the general to the particular, are never truly separate. A general theory and our theoretical deductions from it must be tested with specific experiments designed to confirm or deny their truth; while these particular experiments may lead us to formulate new theories. Cause and Effect.

The scientist tries to determine the relation of cause and effect. This is true for all sciences: the goal is to connect a "natural phenomenon" with its "immediate cause." We formulate hypotheses elucidating, as we see it, the relation of cause and effect for particular phenomena. We test the hypotheses. And when an hypothesis is proved, it is a scientific theory. "Before that we have only groping and empiricism" Verification and Disproof. Bernard explains what makes a theory good or bad scientifically: "Theories are only hypotheses, verified by more or less numerous facts.

Those verified by the most facts are the best, but even then they are never final, never to be absolutely believed. When have we verified that we have found a cause? Bernard states: Indeed, proof that a given condition always precedes or accompanies a phenomenon does not warrant concluding with certainty that a given condition is the immediate cause of that phenomenon. It must still be established that when this condition is removed, the phenomen will no longer appear. We must always try to disprove our own theories. "We can solidly settle our ideas only by trying to destroy our own conclusions by counter-experiments" (p. 56). What is observably true is the only authority. If through experiment, you contradict your own conclusions-you must accept the contradiction--but only on one condition: that the contradiction is PROVED.

Determinism and Averages, in the study of disease, "the real and effective cause of a disease must be constant and determined, that is, unique; anything else would be a denial of science in medicine." In fact, a "very frequent application of mathematics to biology [is] the use of averages"-that is, statistics-which may give only "apparent accuracy." Sometimes averages do not give the kind of information needed to save lives. For example: A great surgeon performs operations for stone by a single method; later he makes a statistical summary of deaths and recoveries, and he concludes from these statistics that the mortality law for this operation is two out of five.

Well, I say that this ratio means literally nothing scientifically and gives us no certainty in performing the next operation; for we do not know whether the next case will be among the recoveries or the deaths. What really should be done, instead of gathering facts empirically, is to study them more accurately, each in its special determinism¦.to discover in them the cause of mortal accidents so as to master the cause and avoid the accidents.

Although the application of mathematics to every aspect of science is its ultimate goal, biology is still too complex and poorly understood. Therefore, for now the goal of medical science should be to discover all the new facts possible. Qualitative analysis must always precede quantitative analysis. Truth vs. Falsification. The "philosophic spirit," writes Bernard, is always active in its desire for truth. It stimulates a "kind of thirst for the unknown" which ennobles and enlivens science-where, as experimenters, we need "only to stand face to face with nature" The minds that are great "are never self-satisfied, but still continue to strive" Among the great minds he names Joseph Priestly and Blaise Pascal.

Meanwhile, there are those whose "minds are bound and cramped" They oppose discovering the unknown (which "is generally an unforeseen relation not included in theory") because they do not want to discover anything that might disprove their own theories. Bernard calls them "despisers of their fellows and says "the dominant idea of these despisers of their fellows is to find others' theories faulty and try to contradict them" They are deceptive, for in their experiments they report only results that make their theories seem correct and suppress results that support their rivals. In this way, they "falsify science and the facts": They make poor observations, because they choose among the results of their experiments only what suits their object, neglecting whatever is unrelated to it and carefully setting aside everything which might tend toward the idea they wish to combat.

Discovering vs. Despising. The "despisers of their fellows" lack the "ardent desire for knowledge" that the true scientific spirit will always have-and so the progress of science will never be stopped by them. Bernard writes: Ardent desire for knowledge, in fact, is the one motive attracting and supporting investigators in their efforts; and just this knowledge, really grasped and yet always flying before them, becomes at once their sole torment and their sole happiness¦.A man of science rises ever, in seeking truth; and if he never finds it in its wholeness, he discovers nevertheless very significant fragments; and these fragments of universal truth are precisely what constitutes science. Finally Pasteur said that Bernard was right Pasteur only have half of the theory.

What is Germs? The microorganism, in human body there are more than microorganism 70 trillion cells in our body. The largest micro organism lives in the Human gastrointestinal tract. The leaf of a tree fall down, and after few months the leaf is missing. What is happen to the leaf? The microorganism (bifidus acidophillus) is a cleanup team, micro organism became a cleanup team is bacteria. Make the leaf break down and transformed to another form called yeast/fungus and then transformed to mould and back to dust (called carbon cycle).

And now w have compos, if we want to know human body the best start is to garden, and we will understand what to do to get healthy bodies. Basic scientist said that nothing is created and nothing is destroyed, it's only changes form. What causes changes form? The answer is the environment. The healthy organism like an apple, fall from the tree no more connected to the live post will be damage the cells is damage. The bacteria is a cleanup team, the yeast/fungus is the under taker (takeaway dead things).

On the dead apple, the bacteria starting to clean up the dead tissue, the mist of the mould is quite toxic. If you lived in country and when it start cool what's coming to our house?. Little bush of mushrooms.

Mould is a pleomorphysm pleo = many morphysm =form. Just like dress we uses, last night and morning is different dress work and swim is different dress. Every stage we have differently, what make us change? The main reason is the environment. Pasteur said it's not the microbe it's the organism why did they change the main reason is the cell damage. When anybody smoking what is happen? The lung cell is damage. What's going to clean up the cell damage? It is the microorganism. Inside your body and any part of your body now changes.

What's the smoker will be? Cough. They cough to deprive from the cell damage. Joe has a brother named John, Joe think that John is a fanatic. John not smoking, not drinking alcohol, and will not let Joe smoking around house. Paul his cousin visit, but Paul had a bad cold. Paul cough all over Joe. The bacteria now jumping to Joe, when the bacteria jump to Joe, they feel like go to a feast, a Sunday picnic. What they eat?, The damage cells. The lung cell damage, damages from smoking.

So they have party, and that way is toxic. At the end of the day Joe said that Paul give him his bug, but in John's body the environment is right and under control. They have no cell damage to eat and cannot live there. John just have a little sniff, when he drinks a little more water, have an exercise, go to bed. In the morning he feels fresh, but Joe go to doctor. What the doctor say? You gotta bad man. You got a lot of infection. And the doctor gives him a script. What is in the script?, the antibiotic. It will kill the bacteria. What is antibiotic means? Against life. Kill mentality not solve the problem.

Place rubbish at your window, what will come? Not long time, the flies, cockroach, rat, mice, and what will we do to drive away the horrible cockroach, flies. If we take the insect spray to kill them, is that fix the problem? All that we do is trying to kill the creatures that design to be a cleanup team. If this world doesn't have that cleanup team, imagine that this world is full of rubbish, are they a bad guys? They are very important thing in this planet earth. What the doctor should say to Joe was WHY? What do you doing Joe? You still smoking? But that's not a popular doctor when antibiotic come from?

Alexander Fleming publishes his discovery in 1929. In 1928 while organizing a pile of petri dishes in the sink where he had been growing bacteria, Fleming opened each dish and examined it before dropping it into the cleaning mixture. A particular one caught his attention. Mold was growing on one of the dishes, which was supposed to happen, but he discovered that it had contaminated a staphylococcus culture and stopped the bacteria's growth. It fact, it had actually killed it. After taking a sample of the mold, he found that it was from the penicillium family. He named it penicillin and found that it was nontoxic and sufficient in treating many types of bacteria harmful to man.

Fleming contributed his findings to the medical world in 1929, but few seemed interested. He even published a report on the benefits of penicillin in the British Journal of Experimental Pathology. Although Fleming continued working with the mold for some time, a team of chemists and mold specialists eventually took over the work. The research was slowed when several of them died or moved away. But little attention was paid to his article.

Fleming continued his investigations, but found that cultivating penicillium was quite difficult, and that after having grown the mould, it was even more difficult to isolate the antibiotic agent. Fleming's impression was that because of the problem of producing it in quantity, and because its action appeared to be rather slow, penicillin would not be important in treating infection. Fleming also became convinced that penicillin would not last long enough in the human body (in vivo) to kill bacteria effectively.

Many clinical tests were inconclusive, probably because it had been used as a surface antiseptic. In the 1930s, Fleming's trials occasionally showed more promise, and he continued, until 1940, to try to interest a chemist skilled enough to further refine usable penicillin. Fleming finally abandoned penicillin, and not long after Florey and Chain took up researching and mass producing it with funds from the U.S. and British governments.

They started mass production after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. When D-day arrived they had made enough penicillin to treat all the wounded allied forces Unfortunately, the interest in penicillin did not peak again until World War II, and Howard Florey and Ernst Chain picked up the research again, found a way to purify it, and presented this powerful antibiotic to the world. Dr. Fleming and his many years of research were not forgotten.

He was knighted in 1944 and shared the 1945 Nobel Prize for physiology/medicine with British scientist Ernst Boris Chanin and Sir Howard Walter Florey. In 1947 Dr. Fleming became director of the Wright-Fleming Institute of St. Mary's Hospital. Don't ever put mould and bleach together; you are creating a very extreme danger toxic. Sodium bicarbonate is the best fungus killer. Use that to kill any mould in your house, the mould waste is more toxic. Called the myco toxic (basically is a poison)Why ? Its design to kill anything would compete with the mould fruit source. Means that the mould doesn't want anything to get that fruit so gives out a toxic waste to kill other bacteria, fungus, and yeast.

Alexander Fleming called the mould penicillin and the mould waste penicillin acid. Penicillin has save the life of thousand, granted and in the crisis when cleanup team is out of control and have a very big party they have to be knock back, and that's why when Joe has it antibiotic in about 12 hours Joe feel better, because antibiotic kill all the bacteria dying in his lung.

The human body can receive in once or twice antibiotic in his life time, have you ever heard this? Only once or twice in a life time. The problem is we use it three or more dozen in a year. Many doctors today question the use of antibiotic because it's creating more problems then solving.

Today scientist found 69.000 different mould & fungus 200 from 69.000 cause diseases to human being. If every fungus documented it's about 1, 5 million mould & fungus, how many will cause disease to human being? FFF (Fungus Favorite Food). You know? That the storage is a problem arises, peanut more quick than any other food to become mould.

The mould of peanut is aspergillus. Aspergillus is an afla toxin. Aflatoxin is a mould waste. Aflatoxin is the most cause genetic toxin that have ever been tested. Specificly affect the lever. In the mid 1960s, Dr Campbell was asked to help solve the tragic and pervasive problem of childhood malnutrition in the Philippines, a problem of inadequate dietary protein easily solved by introducing peanuts into the diet.

However, recent evidence had shown that peanuts were often contaminated with a fungus that produces the potent carcinogen, aflatoxin. Indeed, Dr Campbell's investigation found high levels of aflatoxin in the urine of Philippine children afflicted with primary liver cancer. His sleuthing eventually revealed that the peanut butter was laced with aflatoxin from mold-ridden peanuts.

This investigation might have ended as yet another triumph of science over disease but for the intersection of two isolated pieces of data. A prominent Manila physician told Dr Campbell of his observation that childhood liver cancer afflicted only the best-nourished Philippine children. About this time, Dr Campbell read an obscure study indicating that rats subjected to aflatoxin on a high-protein diet had a 100% incidence of liver cancer, while rats subjected to aflatoxin fed a low-protein diet had a 0% incidence of liver cancer!

Dr Campbell eventually repeated and expanded the aflatoxin-protein study in rats and demonstrated that while aflatoxin initiates cancerous foci, the growth of foci into cancerous tumors is fueled by consumption of animal protein. The opportunity to validate these findings in humans led Dr Campbell to China where Premier Chou En Lai had mandated a study on cancer and other causes of death involving 880 million Chinese citizens living in 2400 counties.

This outcome study of a genetically and culturally homogeneous populace where cancer rates varied by up to 100-fold from one county to another provided a potential gold mine for studying lifestyle and nutritional factors. Dr Campbell's team administered questionnaires and blood tests on 6500 Chinese living in 65 counties, collecting data on lifestyle, diet, and disease variables.

By comparing disease groupings by region, subjects separated neatly into two primary groups: the affluent with higher animal protein and fat intake who suffered from cancer, heart disease, and diabetes, and the poor who suffered primarily from infectious diseases, diseases of pregnancy, and metabolic diseases other than diabetes. Animal protein consumption becomes the linchpin of Dr Campbell's work, which unavoidably positions him in diametric opposition to powerful agro-pharma-economic interests.

But the Campbell duo delivers blow after scientific blow that could only leave the proponents of high protein diets staggering in a pugilistic daze What fungus love?

1. Yeast around the peanut, yeast make peanuts alcohol
2. Peanut mould
3. Cheese
4. Yeast bread
5. Mushrooms

Fungus Favorite Food is

1. Yeast
2. Sugar
3. Waste
4. Chemical
5. Heavy Metal

Candida (Yeast)live in your body, If bifidus acidophillus killed, candida is out of controll. When penicillium kill the good guys (bifidus acidiphillus) the candida (not the bad guys but supposed to be, like water & fire good slave bad master)is the good slave very bad master.

Candida that out of controll cause disease spread quickly double an a half in an hour and feed the fungus. Joe got better but got terrible leg (that's spreading). The doctor said put your tounge out. And it's loode totally white. Under microscope you will see the little fungus bug. The doctor said take this script. Anti fungus drug (is also mycotoxin) kill the mould what happen to yeast/fungus? It changes to another form. Four or Five year later Joe has a lung cancer.

Dr Tullio Simoncini http://www.cancerisafungus.com in his book cancer is a fungus treating cancer by sodium bicarbonate (usualy use to scrab our bathroom)and have 90% success Natural Antibiotic

1. Garlic
2. Grape Fruit Seed (GSE) Extract
3. Olive Leaf Extract
4. Pou d' Arco

If your baby sick put slice of garlic thinly wrap in one cloth and wrap it on your baby food don't give it directly. It's like put the slice of garlic in one sock and your baby food in another sock. Hopefully your baby will get cure from sick. All disease love Sugar. You have to notice that sickness is a processing of heal, we should be better on stronger after it. Joe shock when he knows that he got lung cancer, the option is Cut out, poison or born.

The current success of chemotherapy is not good. Only 2.5% success John his brother sugest don't take the cemotherapy but go to misty mountain. Stop alcohol, stop smoking, steambuth, herb to help body and knock back the clean up team. The website is www.mmh.com.au

There are three way to help us from cancer

1. Starve the Fungus Don't ever give the Fungus Favorite Food any more liek : Sugar, Sweet fruit, Chemical, heavy metal (from sea fish) to starve the fungus

2. Kill the fungus Give the natural antibiotic alternately garlic two week, GSE two week, Olive leaf extract two week and Pu d'Arco two week.

3. Bring The Balance Feed your body with the good guys Interesting paralel of microorganism in soil and in your gut. Microorganism breakdown waste, mineral in dirt and make them available to the roots of the plant. In your body micro organism (bifidus acidophilus) breakdown your food & notrious make them available for your body supply absorb by body specificly breakdown to be B vitamine .

Your nerve system cannot run without B vitamin. The human body is designed to eliminate yeast/fungus. The human body is designed to Balance.  It's just need you to give it the right condition.

Take away every mouldy things from your home.

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