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Newspapers report that cancer is caused by a virus

Sir Knowitall for.spam.reasons.peel.away.until.only.fellin.remains at one.net.au
Tue Feb 16 02:32:11 EST 1999

Most cancers can be most fundamentally explained as a "spin-off" from a
protypal explanation (examplification) SHITS (alt. ICTS wherein the C might
suitably be pronounded as a ç). The prototypal (for instructive reasons)
"primordial-sea scenario" is one of amoebic (single-cell) individuals being
surrounded by a "clouds" of irritants (clouds with a potentially
overwhelming concentration/swim-radious). Thence, the individual has two
obvious "hypothetical" choices of adaptive coping-strategies.

1. To "Habituate" (or one might say Hibernate) i.e. stop repetitively
responding with a withdrawal reflex until the cloud has dispersed.

2.To REPRODUCE before vital energy has been spent, with the concommittant
chance of giving rise to a clone so muted that the cloud is no longer
"perceived" as irritating or even so changed a clone that the irritants may
be used to feed on.

By the Law of Large Numbers it is highly likely and plausible that a legacy
of the "2nd strategy" is contained as a normally masqued programming of the
specialised and normally organismically subjugated "individual" cells of
which we consist.

Although of little use for pharmaceutical companies the rather unifying
conclusion/interpretation to be drawn from the above is, that most if not
all cancers can well be seen as an *out-off order* response to *just about
any kind* of irritating environmental conditions by (influences experienced
by) the "individual cells" in our bodies.

It is of course not surprising then, that genes, the immune system, physical
and chemical stress/stressors, and hormonally communicated (internally
mediated) psychological stress/stressor --- e.g. real-time SHITS [alt ICTS]
and/or the states of CURSES that they cause ---  have been implicated as
causes or contributory factors of cancers.

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