MRI SCANS REVEAL SUBTLE BRAIN DIFFERENCES IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA, UF RESEARCHERS FIND

Ken Collins KPaulC at email.msn.com
Thu Sep 16 14:22:23 EST 1999


yeah, it's happening 'routinely', in all branches of 'science', in these
'modern times'... the rage in 'cosmology' is "the final 'proof'" of the
'existence' of 'black holes'... but the thing that's had the most
'staying-power' is the casting of the nervous system in the 'image' of this
or that contemporaneous 'best technology'.

it's 'strange'... as if everyone's 'agreed' not to remember each
successively-more-former instance of the Same-Stuff... no, that's not it...
there's a 'club'... the single membership requirement is to agree to allow
'applause', while 'winking' at the stuff of 'memory'... it's a 'feigning'
(AoK, Ap8), predicated upon activation of the 'inverting reward mechanism'
(AoK, Ap5) via 'consensus' (the 'membership requirement'), rather than
work... it's always detectably 'hollow' stuff, be-cause Truth ('mapped' by
wdb2t, and around which (Truth) there is no way) 'just' 'thumbs it's nose'
at it.

...no wonder everyne's so detectably 'bored' (AoK, Ap 5, 7, 8).

ken collins

<dag.stenberg at helsinki.nospam.fi> wrote in message
news:7rq0sq$82b$1 at oravannahka.helsinki.fi...
> John <johnhkm at netsprintXXXX.net.au> wrote:
> > MRI SCANS REVEAL SUBTLE BRAIN DIFFERENCES IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA,
UF
> > RESEARCHERS FIND
> > --
> > GAINESVILLE---Scientists have tried through the years to attribute
> > schizophrenia to one brain abnormality or another, but solid proof has
been
> > lacking. Now University of Florida researchers have found that subtle
> > differences in 10 brain structures can provide a strong indicator of
whether
> > someone has the disorder.
> ...
>
> I hate this sort of thing. Regardless of how strong previous evidence is
> (and in the case of organic abnormality in schizophrenia there is much
> compelling evidence from before) the latest indications are always
> presented to the press as the first "solid proof", etc.
>
> Dag Stenberg
>





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