The hospital was very efficient and we did all that was necessary in one day. The other patients as usual had fascinating stories. The nineteen year old who had a chest bacteria which conventional medicine couldn’t resolve, and was impermeable to anti-biotics. The patient had found their way to a hospital in Georgia where doctors are using phages to eat bacteria. These had cured her in two days after months of serious illness. This cure is not available anywhere inside the UK, yet Russia and former Soviets have been using it for decades – phages.
The other patient that sticks in my mind was the about thirty year old with Lyme Disease, who was taking a high dose of Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) intravenously. Anti-biotics were helping to some extent, but after months had not cured him. He had read about very high doses of Vitamin C (20,000 mg an hour) being able to throttle viruses, and prevent them breeding. Some unconventional doctors are claiming they’ve cured Lyme Disease using this method. It will be interesting to see how he gets on.
My own case is not so interesting. I am being taught how to breathe less oxygen (Overbreathing), to stop me losing my Carbon Dioxide too quicky when under stress. This (Overbreathing) creates an alkaline environment for the mitochondria, which then stop producing energy, and even less CO2. It takes me far too long to recover from physical exertion as a result. If I can master the techniques, I should get a full improvement and be able to do the things I want to do once again, and have struggled with all my life. They only had the kit to measure these kind of things in the last few years. The treatments are not available in the usual medical outlets within the NHS, let alone a correct diagnosis. I quit bothering with the NHS about ten years ago, and have found all kinds of ways of improving my health as a result.
Now then, what’s been happening while I’ve been incommunicado?
Oh no. The email virus is still pumping out virus emails to all my contacts. Sorry about that. I’ll need to get a better virus checker. Maybe the wife can sort it. She’s pretty handy with that sort of stuff.
Owen Paterson is running around complaining about being sacked by David Cameron. He’s had a very lucky escape in my opinion. If he’d start talking to his constituents and find out what’s going on all over his own backyard – viz . a highly fired up anti-fracking campaign – and start helping us to stop the madness of drilling for gas where the geology is totally unsuitable, according to recent government research, he might just make it back in next may. Otherwise I wouldn’t rate his chances of re-election.
I notice Ian Crane is favourable towards Bez of The Reality Party. Maybe that’s the next pathway for politics, with UKIP sold out to Murdoch, fracking and the other corporate agendas (Agenda21), as well the LibLabCon. I’ll start checking that out in the next few weeks. The local fracking battle is hotting up with over 500 objections lodged against Dart Energy’s planning application for Brooklands Farm, Dudleston, which is a mile from Owen Paterson’s private residence.
500! You normally get about five objections maximum to a planning application in North Shropshire. Can you imagine the coming battles if this all goes ahead. The Council will surely at least delay the decision-making process, and work around the inevitable coming confrontation between thousands of distressed and angry residents and the local constabulary. Somehow country life is never going to be the same again, whichever way this pans out. Trust in authority is already rating at zero. The hatred of government and sold out politicians could not be greater.
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