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#1 posted 01-31-2018 10:56 PM

The FDA thanks people like you…
- Joe Lyddon

I didn’t say anything about the FDA and I didn’t say anything about you. If you want to take medical advice from random sources, that’s up to you, but don’t blame it on politics. Here’s the thing, your doctors spent a lifetime studying medicine, learning knowledge built up from thousands of doctors over the last couple centuries, you don’t know more than them. If they can’t get it right 100% of the time, how often will you or random people on youtube get it right? Not very often. And that goes for other sciences too. I just attended an interesting lecture where scientists were able to take 15/100ths of a second blip of wave data and figure out it was 2 massive black holes crashing into each other over a billion years ago. From that short blip they could determine their mass, location/distance, distance apart when they collided, speed, mass after collision, and lots more. The machine that detected the blip is so sensitive it can detect movement of atoms in its own structure. It seems unbelievable but that’s the culmination of 40+ years of planning, 100 years of thinking about this idea, and centuries of smart people studying physics, chemistry, and engineering. Medicine is no less amazing. Trust your doctor and if you don’t trust your doctor, get a new doctor. But the internet is not a replacement.

-- Rick M,

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