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Schroedinger’s Cat is a famous experiment done in Quantum, which modern nullopathists believe explains how nullopathy is so effective. Wikipedia says:

Schrödinger’s Cat: A cat, along with a flask containing a poison, is placed in a sealed box shielded against environmentally induced quantum decoherence. If a Geiger counter detects radiation then the flask is shattered, releasing the poison which kills the cat. Quantum mechanics suggests that after a while the cat is simultaneously alive and dead, in a quantum superposition of coexisting alive and dead states. Yet when we look in the box we expect to see the cat either alive or dead, not a mixture of alive and dead.

But a nullopathic model of quantum mechanics suggests that this is naive. We commonly hear of people who are “half-dead”, so we know that this superposition exists in every day life. It is called “disease”.

When you are ill, your body is in a superposition of live and dead states.It is not always 50-50, it is usually nearer 98% alive and 2% dead — if so you have a 98% chance of survival, although you can double these chances using nullopathy. At the end of the illness, your body collapses into one of the two states — health or death. The key is to make sure it’s health!

Because quantum information is stored as vibrations, the body must be made to vibrate as it would during health — amd do you take allopathic medicine when you’re healthy?

Case closed, then.


A few days ago I discovered JABS, a forum about vaccinations, specifically MMR. The people there seem mostly to think that MMR is bad. I started a discussion about nullopathy there, because not having injections is a key part of nullopathic medicine.

It has been a very interesting discussion. All the comments there are very edifying, although I must confess that have have no idea what on Earth some of them are talking about. I particularly enjoyed this comment, from Seonaid:

I echo your sentiments Gus.

Nullopathy – now this is interesting. Never heard of it – but – I have been trying to figure how it might work. Is it a positive thinking approach? Power of the mind over the body?
[See books The Biology of belief by Bruce Lipton and Molecules of Emotion by Candace Pert. Think Positive – it works!]

Or is it via the quantum field? Bioenergetics?
Tell me more.

On that subject, I plan to do a post in the future on my thoughts about how nullopathy might work. They’re a bit different from Essam’s original theories. I don’t want to imply that I’m smarter than the great Neil Essam, but we have quantum mechanics now, and I think that clarifies the matter a great deal.

This comment from GUS THE FUSS was also very enlightening:

Ocamm Ye All faithful to big pharma ,
How cheap how Chubby cheap cheeps !

end of i presume


I think there’s something we can all take away from that.

It is my experience that when I went to the hospital, before I discovered nullopathy, I am ill for several days, often including time before I went to the hospital. When I simply ignore my injuries and diseases, I find that they clear up very quickly.

Clearly nullopathy is reducing my suffering time — and it seems that it works retroactively.

This sounds like science-fiction, but in fact is is simply quantum mechanics. The energy field created by your body extends in all directions through space, so it makes sense that it would extend in both directions through time as well. I believe that the MRI scanners in hospitals interefere with the waveform and cause it to collapse into a black hole (metaphorically). This distorts the flow of time through your body and slows your recovery.

I am not sure what would happen if you found you were ill for a few days but didn’t then go to hospital. Clearly potential events can affect reality. Scientists often talk of “potential differences” and “potential energy”, so it is not unreasonable to state this as absolute undeniable fact.

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