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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.

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