Post-Science Medicine

Post-Science Medicine relates to some very fundamental questions in medicine. Post-science does not believe that drug test can be empirically verified because DNA is designed to propagate to infinity in time. Also, Post-science believes in self-creation ( based on its discovery of completely automated software, of which DNA is a prime example. If our foods are created, our medicines must also be created with our foods; Post-Science Medicine believes that medicines are an extension of foods. For example, elderberry juice is the cure for common cold. Is there a cure for common cold in Western Medicine? The foundation of Post-Science Medicine is post-science or self-creation. Science is based on empirical verification and is insufficient in dealing with life. A more detailed discussion of Post-Science Medicine is given in the book Knowledge by Hugh Ching, et. Al.

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