Subject: Re: Sound Therapy
From: John Nowak (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 09 2004 - 13:25:45 EDT
On Jun 9, 2004, at 11:54 AM, Jay Smalridge wrote:
> On Wednesday, June 09, 2004, at 08:20AM, John Nowak
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On Jun 9, 2004, at 9:32 AM, Jay Smalridge wrote:
>>> By no means do I suggest that diseases such as Cancer are all in ones
>>> head, I know that it is a very real and serious disease, but the fact
>>> that sounds and frequencies could help counter certain health issues
>>> (even if it is just to help to keep the patient optimistic), is very
>> Or rather, it would be interesting, if there was -any- actual science
> I understand that science has been used as the method to prove the
> validity of everything around us, but science has been known to
> produce positive results at one time and negative results ten years
> down the line. Therefore, because scientific fact ends up proving
> itself wrong, it cannot be an infallible truth.
Scientific proof, however, is infinitely better than no proof at all.
> Who knows, in ten years everyone might be sitting in sound therapy
> bubbles to heal the health problems that they have.
> I wonder how many technical advancements were laughed at over the
> years just to be proven very plausible and useful.
Probably no where near the number that were laughed at with good reason.
> Although, I guess the fact that I am not running to buy their tapes
> and CD's suggests that I don't entirely believe it either. So please
> take my opinion as conversation rather than me standing up for
> "quacks" (as someone said earlier).
I understand your meaning. ;-) It is important not to rule things out
at first just because they go against currently accepted beliefs.
However, in this case, I just do not believe it is physically possible
to attack cancer cells locally with low volume sound waves in the
audible frequency range.
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