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Business, Science Critiques

Science-based Medicine? Evidence-based Medicine? We take a very Conditional-based Medicine. Plus 15 questions to ask your Doctor

Sub-headings

Death by Medical Error

The Procedure to Produce Medication

Desires of the Pharmaceutical Industry

Medication and the Influence of the State of Mind

Evidence-based Medicine Confirms Caution with Taking Medicine

Concerns about the Trials of a New Medicine

Medicine depends upon Powerful Influences

Should You Go to Your Doctor?

Final Word Continue reading 



Does Oxford University qualify to be at the top of the Bad University Guide?

This week (of 23 September, 2018), the Sunday Times (UK) issued the Good University Guide for 2019. The Guide gives a ranking to each university, offers a league table, details, cost of admission, performance, admission rates from deprived areas and local accommodation. Continue reading 



26 years of visits to Israel. These are dark days for the nation….

I have been taking annual flights from London across Europe and the Mediterranean to Israel for the past 26 years. I have probably visited Israel around 40 times to offer the teachings, known as the Dharma.  I usually stay in Israel around two or three weeks. I pay regular short visits to Palestine. I leave this weekend for the next visit. Continue reading 



70 CORRUPTIONS OF CAPITALISM.

Capitalism expresses a shorthand for wealthy and powerful capitalists engaged in the relentless pursuit of profit and power): Continue reading 



What’s Wrong with Capitalism? A Lot. A Hell of a Lot

Are we moving the furniture around on a sinking ship?

The ship is capitalism. There are alternatives to capitalism/socialism/communism – the predominant ideologies of the past centuries.

The new economics (reconomics) generates ethics, values, co-operation, local community, sustainability and international co-operation.

These take priority in political decision making. Continue reading 




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