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Re: V the innovator


There are many wondrous things to know, I learn them because I don't engage in some typical modern behaviors many others do. Often I'm ridiculed by some percentage of people, yet the remainder inherently seem to like me. Can't please everybody. It is not a reflection of me, more of them and where they are on their path to advancement. I could potentially share more, but there is no reward for my time and typically one invites argument and I have no desire to argue or explain anything to anyone they cannot learn for themselves ! So, I've opined a little on Koch and pointed others to it for in the event they might take an interest to it. It is rather life-saving information, but as in all of nature there is a filtering process and not all are prepared. With Koch, one must understand all of it because if a single point is missed, the value of the remainder is severely diminished. When I see someone referring to Koch's work as "homeopathy", I can tell they haven't understood it. Once I learned Koch, I questioned what more do I really need to know, the direct information and inferences one can take from it, is quite enough. He even discusses iodine's role, which turns out to be in agreement with what I wrote on this forum about 9 years ago. It was a lucky guess.
 

 
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