Month: May 2016

Understanding is needed here

This is the easier version of the previous post: Number 144 versus 666 Understanding is needed here: let every thinking man calculate the number of the animal. It is the number of a man, and its number is six hundred and sixty-six. (Revelation 13:18) Ok, let’s calculate. Chapter 14 of Revelation mentions another number of …

The healing of one individual creates an energy shift in others

Although difficult to prove in a way, I do believe that the healing of one individual creates an energy shift in others. We see this most easily in the shifts observed in the proximate family of a patient, but we can see this also on a larger scale. I have at least 2 cases where …

A scientific urban myth

An often-repeated claim is that disease organisms, such as tuberculosis, are ‘evolving’ to become resistant to antibiotics such as penicillin. There’s no doubt that antibiotic-resistant strains of disease organism are becoming prevalent – but is this Darwinian evolution or simply Darwinian myth making? The talk.origins “FAQ” makes repeated reference to the ‘evolution of antibiotic resistance.’ …

Plants are capable of effecting the transmutation of elements

For eight years, from 1875 to 1883, a German biologist named Albrecht von Herzeele conducted several hundred experiments in his Berlin laboratory which so outraged the scientific community that his books were removed from libraries and his writings banned. The subject that so outraged his colleagues is today a taboo question that can scarcely be …

Memory is everywhere in the Brain and Nowhere

Extensive investigation of the brain has turned up the surprising fact that memory is not located in any one area or in a specific substrate. It is located “everywhere” inside the brain in that sense that it the whole brain reacts on memory triggers. Like a holographic hard disk our brain may store data in …

Why Alternative Science?

How can science be described as alternative? Surely science is science. Anything else is just pseudo-science isn’t it? Let me start this new column with one recent example of alternative science and just how it is ‘alternative’. Over the past decade, pressure has mounted in Holland for the Dutch National Health Service to offer complementary …

Paul Kammerer

Paul Kammerer (17 August 1880, in Vienna – 23 September 1926, in Puchberg am Schneeberg) was an Austrian biologist who studied and advocated the Lamarckian theory of inheritance – the notion that organisms may pass to their offspring characteristics they have acquired in their lifetime. He began his academic career at the Vienna Academy studying …