"Scientific American" cover story: Electric Cures

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"Scientific American" cover story: Electric Cures

Unread postby kell1990 » Wed Feb 25, 2015 9:02 pm

http://www.scientificamerican.com/magaz ... 015/03-01/

Sorry that I can't get by the paywall, but I suppose it'd be ok to quote tidbits from the actual story. For example, on the cover of the March 2015 issue is the teaser, "Electric Cures--Bioelectronic medicine could create an "off switch" for arthritis, diabetes, even cancer."

Think about this for a moment: if it is possible to turn off a disease-causing mechanism, then wouldn't it be possible to keep it from turning on in the first place?

The possibilities for this approach are endless.

And the evidence that all bodies are interconnected to the Electric Universe grows stronger all the time.

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