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Topic: Nothing Cures Everything
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 jdawe Posts: 318 Registered: 11/8/09
Nothing Cures Everything
Posted: Oct 13, 2013 9:18 PM

Sir Isaac Newton told us:

"For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction"

Therefore, we can say:

For every problem there is an equal and opposite solution.

For every disease there is an equal and opposite cure.

So, every problem in our Universe has an equal opposite! And that equal opposite is its associated solution or 'cure'.

Let's take for example the problem of heat.

For every thing that is hot there is an equal and opposite place that is cold.

So, to cure what is hot we use its equal opposite which is cold. Cold cures what is hot because it is an empty place where heat can shift to, thereby freeing the original area of the 'hot' problem.

Cold <- Hot
Empty <- Full
Solution <- Problem

Understanding that the equal opposite of a problem is its associated solution means we can in theory cure every problem in the Universe. Every disease has an associated equal and opposite cure.

So, to cure 'cancer' we simply find the equal opposite of 'cancer'. And that cure must abide by what we can term as the 'Universal Solution Law' which can be written as:

"All problems have an equal and opposite solution and that solution must be synonymous with zero."

So, for example:

The equal opposite of the problem of heat is the solution 'cold' which equals 0. Absolute 0 degrees cold cures what is hot.

The equal opposite of the problem of noise (loud) is the solution 'silence' which equals absolute 0 decibels.

Cold <- Hot
Silent <- Loud
Empty <- Full
Cure <- Disease

So, the cure for everything is the equal opposite of everything which is nothing. Nothing cures everything. Nothing is synonymous with zero.

Nothing <- Everything
Empty <- Full
Solution <- Problem

Date Subject Author
10/13/13 jdawe
10/13/13 Richard Tobin
10/13/13 Ben Bacarisse
10/15/13 Phil Carmody
10/13/13 Jens Stuckelberger
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