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First, a self clarification:

The people running the medicine industrial complex really are doing us a favor: They keep outside it what's outside it. (A new appreciation for this phrase, eh?: Survival of the fittest. The fittest mind, therefore fittest body.)

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The people running the medicine industrial complex really are doing us a favor: They keep outside it what's outside it, which keeps what's close to the individual close to the individual. (A new appreciation for this phrase, eh?: Survival of the fittest. The fittest mind, therefore fittest body.)

Do you ever worry that the medical industry will push its way into nature? Yes. A lot. To me, the medical industry is "public" (read: government) and private. I pay attention to both compositions while differentiating between sizes of privatization, our level (the small and earned level) compared to the enormous level, their level whether obvious or in disguise.

I'm not sure the realms of medicine and nature are separate. I think I understand what you mean, but I'm not sure. Mind explaining your statement?

What do you think when the government starts controlling the distribution of weed? Easy. Camel under the nose routine. Where license is is where control is. Those who'll distribute, the requesters of license, are those who say yes to the system and who build and expand the system; they become the system. The quality of weed then, I think? Bad. Prices? High. Access? Not how it is even today, for the common man and, eventually, not for people outside the system.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.