In case you are not familiar with the history of our Universe, NASA’s Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) Spacecraft expedition in 2003 revealed vital information about our universe. The age of the universe is estimated at 13.7 billion years old. The universe is made-up of: 4 percent matters consisting of stars, planets and gases, 23 percent exotic “dark matter” detectable by its gravity, and 73 percent “dark energy” detectable by an antigravity force. The size of the universe is unknown; it is expanding and really big. The size of the universe is perfectly flat – like a pizza.
Roger Penrose, of Oxford University, in the December 2010 issue of the Economist, on Science and Technology, states that the Big Bang in which the visible universe began was not actually the beginning of everything that we know of as our Universe. It was merely the latest example of a series of such bangs that renew reality when it is getting tired out. More importantly, he thinks that the pre-Big Bang past has left an imprint on the present that can be detected and analyzed.
The imprint in question is in the cosmic microwave background (CMB). CMB is the radiation that fills the whole Universe. CMB carries information about what the early universe was like. The CMB is almost but not quite uniform and known irregularities in it are the seeds from the galaxies from which stars and planets grew.
If Dr. Penrose is correct, there was no Big Bang and much of what people thought they knew about the Universe is false. With the best scientific instruments of detection, we can only measure 4 percent of the universe. Ninety-six percent of the universe is considered to be made of “dark matter and dark energy” which means we don’t know what it is, but it is out there.
Five thousand feet below the Black Hills of South Dakota, at the closed-down gold mine town called Lead, a team of scientists and former miners are racing to solve one of the biggest mysteries of physics, Dark Matter, by using the Large Underground Xenon dark-matter detector (LUX). Most physicists agree that Dark Matter exists and is made of WIMPs.
WIMP stands for “weakly interacting massive particle.” “Massive” does not mean large, but that they have mass and therefore both respond to and cause gravitational pull. “Weakly interacting” means that the particles, despite having mass, nonetheless only rarely interact with matter. WIMPs are electromagnetically neutral which is why we can’t see them.
When astronomers find evidence of dark matter, it appears in the universe unevenly distributed. Gravitationally, it behaves like regular matter and it clumps together in a spherical cloud encompassing most galaxies. (From Popular Science, January 2011)
Why am I bringing up these controversial topics in physics? The Big Bang theory in physics is just a theory with a belief system. Maybe, it will change to a “Little Bang Bang” theory with many string theories attached to it. With the best medical scientific instruments, we can only measure a small fraction of the human being in the forms of blood chemistry, X-ray, CT scan, MRI, or PET scan.
How and why do some of my fibromyalgia patients respond after correcting their dental cavitations (jawbone infections)? Why do some Irritable Bowel Syndrome patients respond to antiparasitic medications? Who do chronic fatigue patients respond to combinations of dental work, parasite eradication, and nutritional therapy?
Some of my patients with advanced metastatic cancer documented by tissue biopsy, X-ray and PET scan, with massive tumors, respond to intensive detoxification, nutritional therapies, dental work, and parasite medications. Disappearance of the tumor occurs without targeting to destroy the cancer cells. Is this what we call Spontaneous Healing or an Accidental Cure? My book, Accidental Cure, addressed these phenomena by explaining the acupuncture meridians and biocybernetics.
What are we missing? New medicine based on a new understanding of biology is here to challenge the basis of Western medicine which has been dominated by a Newtonian mechanistic view of causes and effects. What happens to the 96 percent of the Universe as Dark matter and Dark Energy that we cannot measure with our best scientific instruments? Are they really WIMPs?
What if the cancer patient with a massive tumor did not have cancer? Maybe, 96 percent of the tumor mass is not cancer cells but something else like WIMPs, Dark Matter and Dark Energy? Disappearance of the cancer by treating the whole body seems like a disappearance of the Universe as we know it.
I believe the above is very relevant to all chronic diseases. Whatever your diagnosis, switch the word “cancer” with your current diagnosis. It can be fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, heart disease, Lyme disease, Autism, and many more. What if the “x” patient with “y” symptoms did not have a diagnosis of “z”? Disappearance of “z” by treating the whole body seems like a disappearance of the Universe as we know it.