The magazine MAQ September 2018 MAQ Magazine November 2018 - Page 186

Since Neolithic times scientists had no other choice but to evolve human intellect by manufacturing weaponry in obedience to the ‘survival of the fittest’ law observed in nature.

We can be grateful that Einstein and his colleagues created the atomic bomb before the psychopathic Nazi regime enslaved the world with it. However, it is now time to examine the DNA science that helped UNESCO to proclaim its 1978 Racial Declaration, that humans are a single species (UNESCO, 1978). It can now be argued that it is obvious that a species dedicated to harming itself is suffering from what amounts to a cancerous neurological disorder that requires a medical antidote.

This paper is dedicated to helping create an antidote to the limitation of what is today traditional science, that will comply with the UNESCO proclamation.

Dr Warren Lidz at Bentley College’s Department of Philosophy and other philosophers have pointed out that ancient “Greek philosophy can be adequately understood only if one

recognizes that it arose in conjunction with ancient medical theory, with which most educated Greeks were familiar” (Lidz, J. W., 1995). Greek asymmetrical medical philosophy can certainly be considered to be the key to the cancer antidote research methodology needed to solve this human survival problem.