I have been following most of the threads on the various forums were you are participating. I admit that I do not have the answers to many of the questions that you post, which go largely unanswered.
It is a very difficult predicament for the majority of us who have come to Curezone. Many of us have had conditions for which traditional allopathic medicine has provided no answers, and yet we have found relief from various modalities not supported by allopathy. We are here simply to support one another in the quest back to life and health. There are many emotional issues at hand as well, given how 'general malaise' and disease affects all our processes.
I realize these things I'm telling you are not a revelation for you, but perhaps in my own way I'm trying to bring a peaceble response to what's been going on. I'm greatly disturbed when I see debates turn into mud slinging, ad hominem attacks. Yes, people want to investigate, seek and question, but they want to do so at a rate that they can assimilate. Many of the folks here are not up to an out and out battle, and although I fully realize, and appreciate that you try not to make your statements or questions in a personally offensive manner, for many your unanswered, intellectual reasonings are just that. Therefore many respond accordingly, even if quite inappropiately.
Perhaps it is very unfair of us to assume that you have vile personal or lucrative motives for your challenges. But as you have not become weary of doing so, would it not be just as unfair to continue without giving some personal information that would put your so-called opponents at ease? Is it possible besides the intellectual high that seemingly unparalleled positions afford, there is a surreptitious delight in thinking people might be stumped and squirming?
The raison d'etre for Curezone is just to escape that kind of atmosphere. So although discussions are welcome, shot gun approaches to challenges are met with anger and suspicion.
Let me give you an example: We have several religious and spiritual forums on this huge website. It has always been my position that no one from one of the disciplines (for lack of a better word) on these forums can or should try to convince anyone else of another forum. All of us are thoroughly convinced within our particular little boxes, and to try to infiltrate someone else's space on this site is disrespectful and should not be tolerated.
As unscientific as religions and beliefs in the supernatural seem to some, for the believer there are many sources from which "proofs" can be extracted.
My personal take is, that when all roads lead to a dead end, perhaps it's time to go to another city.