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jdawe

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Nothing Cures Everything PART 5
Posted: Dec 1, 2013 8:18 PM
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"All problems have an equal and opposite solution which is synonymous with zero."

Solution <- Problem

We have seen how the equal opposite of the problem of heat is the solution 'cold' which equals nothing (zero).

Cold <- Hot

We have seen how the equal opposite of the problem of light is the solution 'dark' which equals nothing (zero).

Dark <- Bright

We have seen how the equal opposite of the problem of noise is the solution 'silence' which equals nothing (zero).

Silence <- Loud

A problem will flow to its associated equal and opposite solution thereby curing the original area of that problem.

In part 5, of the Nothing Cures Everything Series, we take a look at how this applies to animal life such as human beings.

The equal opposite of the problem of fauna is the solution 'flora' which equals nothing (zero).

Flora <- Fauna

Now, remember the Universal Solution Law states that a solution must be synonymous with nothing (zero) so at first glance it might be hard to identify Flora as equaling zero however,

Flora is inanimate, inanimate = zero motion.

Therefore,

Flora = inanimate = nothing = 0.

So Flora is indeed the opposite of Fauna (animal life) and is synonymous with zero so passes the Universal Solution Law test.

Solution <- Problem
Simple <- Complex

So for every complex animal disease there is always an equal and opposite simple plant cure.

Cure <- Disease
Flora <- Fauna
Cold <- Hot

Now what happens when we see a diseased plant?

When a problem flows to its associated equal and opposite solution, that solution must get 'sacrificed' in the process.

For example:

Cold is the absence of energy in the form of heat.

To cure a hot object we shift its heat to a cold area. That cold healthy area must begin to warm and 'sacrificed' as the original hot object begins to cool and heal.

So, a diseased plant is a plant that has absorbed diseases from a sick animal.

Plants are never the source of disease, on the contrary they are the destination, they are the cure.

Destination <- Source
Cold <- Hot
Flora <- Fauna
Receiver <- Transmitter
Healthy <- Sick
Solution <- Problem
Nothing <- Everything


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