Quotes On Cancer

“But nobody today can say that one does not know what cancer and its prime cause be. On the contrary, there is no disease whose prime cause is better known, so that today ignorance is no longer an excuse that one cannot do more about prevention. That prevention of cancer will come there is no doubt, for man wishes to survive. But how long prevention will be avoided depends on how long the prophets of agnosticism will succeed in inhibiting the application of scientific knowledge in the cancer field. In the meantime, millions of men must die of cancer unnecessarily.”
— Dr. Otto Warburg, Medical Nobel Prize winner
“Everyone should know that the war on cancer is largely a fraud.”
— Dr. Linus Pauling, two time winner of the Nobel Prize

HUMANS To Become God-like Cyborgs

Learn the original meaning of human. It will be those who haven't woken up that will be 'transformed' into cyborgs.  Learn the WHY. See for yourself how there are TWO titles of which one uses the term Humankind whereas the other uses Mankind, a or actually THE WORLD of difference.
Humans were, are and will be controlled by those who know how and the best way to do that is to create 'the world'. Man is destined to subdue the earth.

Time To Address Time Again

Right after I started with this blog I posted about 'time' which isn't linear nor cyclical or modular because those qualities presume that time is something measurable which it isn't and thus 'time' simply defies our conventions. I still think so but meanwhile I have given the phenomenon we call time some more thought and want to share.
Lets first look at the commonly accepted definition of time:
  1. the INDEFINITE continued progress of existence and EVENTS in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole.
Notice how event is part of the definition. What EVENT? YOUR LIFE! So time is an event that you 'create' and many yous do the same, meaning countless events happening in....ONE SPACE, AN ABSOLUTE. And what about INDEFINITE? This means unknown and vague and therefore 'impure' and not an ABSOLUTE, finite and pure. Think: at least binary....good/evil....get it?
Today this sentence came my way and it relates to the topic of time:
“Love and time; those are the only two things in all the world and all of life that cannot be bought, but only spent.”
- Gary Jennings
First it is obvious that the latter part of the sentence it is rooted in 'the world' (as in: ephemeral, trivial and profane) given the man made constructed ways of buying and spending, a system which wasn't always t here. Love and time on the other hand go way back before 'the world' came into being, think the biblical garden of Eden before the fall of man. So we're looking at a metaphor translated in such a way that the conditioned contemporary money obsessed mind can hopefully grasp something profound and meaningful.
Noteworthy also is the syntax; love is mentioned before time which is correct if you ask me. Why? Simple: love, just like space is an absolute as opposed to created events, time, which are 'sometimes propositions'.
So now go figure why the following dialogue from the movie 'The Man From Earth' bears more significance than the agreed purpose of an average movie would suggest:
Dan: Time... you can't see it, you can hear it, you can't weigh it, you can't... measure it in a laboratory. It is a subjective sense of... becoming, what we... are, in stead of what we were a nanosecond ago, becoming what we will be in another nanosecond. The whole piece of time's a landscape existing, we form behind us and we move, we move through it... slice by slice.
Linda Murphy: Clocks measure time.

Tactics For When Your Patent Runs Out

I got this from an article written by Benjamin Fulford, former journalist for Forbes magazine in Japan, whose words should be taken with a grain of salt but who does share noteworthy stuff on occasions, like the following:
"The other place clever and ambitious lawyers should be looking at is DuPont and the entire ozone layer scam. According to sources at Japanese refrigerator and air-conditioner manufacturers, DuPonts’ patent on the Freon gas used for refrigeration around the world were about to expire, threatening a huge business. The story about Freon destroying the ozone layer was created so that DuPont could get Freon banned just in time for the patent expiration. Conveniently, DuPont has a fresh patent on HFC, the replacement for Freon. It is worth nothing that all the scare-mongering headlines about the ozone layer being destroyed vanished as soon as the HFC business got started. Somebody can hit up DuPont big time over this."
Now compare the above with what Wikipedia says about CFCs and DuPont:
Regulation and DuPont
In 1978 the United States banned the use of CFCs such as Freon in aerosol cans, the beginning of a long series of regulatory actions against their use. The critical DuPont manufacturing patent for Freon ("Process for Fluorinating Halohydrocarbons", U.S. Patent #3258500) was set to expire in 1979. In conjunction with other industrial peers DuPont sponsored efforts such as the "Alliance for Responsible CFC Policy" to question anti-CFC science, but in a turnabout in 1986 DuPont, with new patents in hand, publicly condemned CFCs.[13] DuPont representatives appeared before the Montreal Protocol urging that CFCs be banned worldwide and stated that their new HCFCs would meet the worldwide demand for refrigerants.[13]
Ask yourself whether a company like DuPont has the power to influence public opinion and regulation and how that would be done.

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