“Pop” goes the Universe, Paradigm Shifting to Non-Empirical Science
By Simon Yu, MD
Parasites are masters of deception. They are directly engaged in a deceptive, asymmetrical biological and psychological warfare on mankind. Curing the “incurables”, by using parasite medications after I was deployed in Bolivia as an U.S. Army medical officer, has been the most rewarding experience in my medical career, both as a medical officer and an Internal Medicine doctor. My experiences turned into my book, Accidental Cure.
However, the dramatic improvements I saw, although frequent, appeared random and not everybody responded as I expected. After a while, after parasite medication treatment, I couldn’t detect parasite activities by acupuncture meridian assessment (AMA). However, many patients would still complain of feeling parasite movement in their bodies or a bizarre multitude of symptoms.
This led me into the world of quantum physics, bio-physics, and energy medicine, searching for the invisible, immeasurable parasites, the masters of deception. One of my first attempts was using color light therapy to unmask the hidden parasites. I wrote on this subject, “Color me Blue. Color me Red”, and also published results of a color therapy experiment using Ramen spectroscopy, in the Biophotonics journal in March 2011.
Later, I used acupuncture at different points and also Battlefield Auricular Acupuncture, developed by a radiologist and acupuncturist, Air Force Colonel Richard Niemtzow. I called this technique, “Enhanced Interrogation Technique for Parasites.” Sometimes, one “pop” at the right acupuncture point and all of a sudden I could see parasite activities I couldn’t see a few minutes earlier. An occassional “pop” seems to open a new dimension of the Universe.
This random occurrence took me to the Scientific American, February 2017, topic on Cosmology, “POP goes the Universe” which challenges the current Big Bang Theory. The latest astrophysical measurements, combined with theoretical problems, cast doubt on the long-cherished inflationary theory of the early cosmos and suggests we need new ideas.
Theoretical physicists from Princeton and Harvard University, Ijjas, Steinhardt and Loeb were discussing that Big Bang inflationary energy is purely a hypothetical theory. There is no direct evidence that it exists.
At the end of the discussion, the conclusions were the Big Bang was actually a “big bounce.” However. there is currently zero evidence to say whether the event that occurred 13.7 billion years ago was a big bang or a big bounce. The science must change by discarding one of the defining properties: empirical testability (and reproducibility).
Their honest discussions conclude that a common misconception is that experiments can be used to “falsify a theory.” And we need to accept the paradigm shift on non-empirical science-quantum fluctuations of random variations and random warps in space that propagate as waves of spatial distortion. What does that mean? I suppose it means anything is possible in the quantum world we live in.
I have addressed the conundrum of difficulty detecting and treating parasites in the context of the Big Bang theory in my previous two articles, The Big Whack Theory, and Disappearance of the Universe as We Know It for WIMPs. Roger Penrose from Oxford University explained the short coming of the Big Bang theory. He describes elegantly the cosmos was merely a series of such bangs. I call it little bang bang theory with a lot of string theories attached as a new reality.
On the other hand, have you heard of a Big Texan theory? I was driving thru Amarillo, Texas recently and stopped by for dinner at the Big Texan restaurant. If you can eat a 72 oz. steak in 60 minutes, you can eat for free at the restaurant. Most big Texans struggle to eat a 72 oz. steak in 60 minutes. The record indicated, though, that an 11 year old boy and a 120 lb. lady each devoured a 72 oz. steak in a few minutes. How can you explain the improbable except as a random quantum biological variation? I didn’t try to eat the steak.
Since my experience in Bolivia in 2001 as an US Army medical officer treating Andes Indians with parasite medications, I’ve written many articles on parasites and why medical professionals are overlooking this global environmental medical epidemic. Detecting parasites based on stool ova, immuno-assays, or DNA testing are notoriously unreliable.
If we cannot measure or detect parasites, we cannot treat parasites. Therefore, I suggest one allows themself to be open to the paradigm shifting, non-empirical science of acupuncture meridian assessment (AMA) and using the parasite interrogation technique. By default, I became a theoretical Internist and treat parasites based on the statistical probability of random quantum variations of individual patients and AMA. For more details, check out my acupuncture meridian assessment (AMA) articles on my website (reference below).
Parasites are evolving and hiding in our toxic environment at a faster rate than we can adapt. When we don’t know why people are suffering from chronic illness, we often blame genetics, Lymes, viruses, mold and environmental toxins, or GMO foods as our favorite target to blame
However, how about the problems that seem impossible to measure reliably, like parasites or dental problems beyond the detectable level of X-ray? Shall we rely on a medical medium, Shaman, or psychic reader to diagnose when MRI or PET scan failed to diagnosis? Some patients do that out of desperation.
When you put an acupuncture needle at the right place, there is a dramatic shift in energy fields and you can see and measure hidden problems that you could not see a few minutes before. It is like a “Big Pop” and suddenly the hidden energy shields are opening up. Call it Enhanced Interrogation Technique.
Some of the examples were described in previous articles such as, Professional Patient Named Bob. For medical professionals who are interested in learning acupuncture meridian assessment (AMA) and enhanced parasites interrogation technique, check my AMA training schedule on my website under “Special Training.” This training is limited to MDs, DOs and DDS’s.
Dr. Simon Yu, M.D. is a Board Certified Internist. He practices Internal Medicine with an emphasis on Alternative Medicine to use the best each has to offer. For more articles and information about alternative medicine as well as patient success stories, and Dr. Yu’s revolutionary health book Accidental Cure: Extraordinary Medicine for Extraordinary Patients, visit his web site at www.PreventionAndHealing.com or call Prevention and Healing, Inc., 314-432-7802. You can also attend a free monthly presentation and discussion by Dr. Yu on Alternative Medicine at his office on the second Tuesday each month at 6:30 pm. Call to verify the date. Seating is limited, arrive early.