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Is science good or bad? (3)

As people turn their attention inward in an effort to understand nature and its influence within themselves, they come face to face with an order of complexity far greater that any they have tried to encompass heretofore.

It would not help to emphasize this complexity here, since we have done it so many times before.  I would prefer to simplify the problem by indicating the nature of the basic relationship of true science allowing us to realize that the complex internal machinery required to carry on the particular function of each specialized cell of the huykan body must be under precise intelligent control.

This precise intelligent control is called:  INNATE INTELLIGENCE!

Our greatest challenge is to maximize the degree off understanding, to share as widely add possible the scientist’s aesthetic pleasure in the workings of the AMAZING HUMAN BODY.

This is what this blog is all about!




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Is science good or bad? (2)

Over the course of time, people have learned to treat many diseases and pestilences that prevailed in the past, and have changed their life by trying to bring under control the factors arising outside their own bodies.  But unfortunately this has failed as we see our system of health care being dismantled little by little.

The main reason for our failure to maintain and improve our health resides mostly in that disease which still plagues people arises from internal rather than external causes.




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Is science good or bad?

A few moral philosophers WHO have begun to question whether advancement or objective knowledge is an absolute good, have begun to question whether even our greatest achievements do indeed constitute progress.  Other thoughtful persons have somewhat lost confidence in the value of the scientific endeavor, not because they hold pure science or scientists in any less esteem, but because their faith that scientific research will inevitably yield public benefit has been shaken to the core by recent revelations of unpredicted negative impacts of science-based technologies.

Although scientists are frequently disturbed about the level of scientific literacy of the general public and worried about the two cultures among educated folk, the lives of hundreds of millions of persons worldwide have been immeasurably enriched by some small knowledge of science.

Over the course of their lives men and women coped with deprivation and insufficiency by trying to determine the causes and healing of their wants for things they lacked… yet desired.  They did this by replacing belief with knowledge through a pursuit called science.

Thus science was born when, in response to needs and wants, substance was given to flashes of intuition by those WHO may be said to have been first to practice the ART of scientific inquiry and proof.  Science is, in a way, a human activity which was first practiced as an ART.  It’s power was soon recognized and began to be used not only to give reality to intuitive innate ideas, but as a way of consciously posing questions.





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Are you thinking of going South? (4)

The same wisdom at work in salmon, birds, turtles and butterflies is at work within us. For example:  In the male of our species, with each ejaculation  are hundreds of thousands of sperm racing to meet one tiny female egg.   A journey unexplained by modern science, the secret remaining locked with the life process of these living creatures, the sperm.  How do the sperm know “where to go” in this somewhat dark vaginal and uterine environment?  Do they merge left or right?  With amazing accuracy and infallible organization they travel toward the egg floating with the fertile womb.

As science knows, in each woman the receptive egg rests one month in her left fallopian tube and the next month in her right one.

Again we see that the innate intelligence of the body needs no help in the procreating process, just no interference.

The objective of chiropractic is to correct interferences to the nerve system called vertebral subluxations.  This allows the body to express the wisdom of this innate intelligence… thereby knowing exactly what to do and what not to do at any given moment.





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Are you thinking of going South? (3)

Of course to find out that homing pigeons possess magnetic compasses within themselves, that salmon “smell their way home”… a navigation cue to get home and that some butterflies can use the sun and might even hear distinctive sounds of atmospheric pressure to find out where to go, seems to be very stimulation and aesthetically irresistible.

Yet, we would do well to realize that whatever controls our universe is highly organized and it controls us also, since we are a part of our universe.

Doesn’t that make you wonder about yourself in the presence of such wisdom and power?





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Are you thinking of going South? (2)

Animal migration remains one of the greatest puzzles of nature.  The last five years have brought an unprecedented scientific quest to understand it.  Biologists want to know how blackpoll warblers, songbirds that live in Alaska and weigh less than one ounce, can navigate across Canada to the Maritime Provinces and New England every autumn, then fly nonstop to South America, 2400 miles away.

Scientists hope to learn how monarch butterflies flutter 2000 miles every September from New England to a single grove of trees on a Mexican mountain.  And they are studying how fish find their natal streams 1200 miles across featureless oceans.






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