Ilsedora Laker What Is The German New Medicine?


The implication of the 5 Biological Laws of Nature.


Universal Biology a continuation of Germanic Medicine , ie Biology after Hamer .


Another good starting point is to understand why it is called a law as applies to all biology.
And that is also one of the merits of Dr Hamer as he could see the full picture , he did not just make up theories in a labs.
A lot of the medical science we have is based on trial and error full of contradictions that do not fit with empirical evidence but they claim it is true as it may work in a lab and appears to ‘work’ clinically.

Just the way we observe the phenomenon of what is called ‘gravity’.
It is undebatable that the phenomenon exists but no-one knows for sure why and are putting forward debatable theories and hypothesis .

** In general, a scientific law is the description of an observed phenomenon.
It doesn't explain why the phenomenon exists or what causes it. The explanation for a phenomenon is called a scientific theory. It is a misconception that theories turn into laws with enough research.

"In science, laws are a starting place," said Peter Coppinger, an associate professor of biology and biomedical engineering at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in India. "From there, scientists can then ask the questions, 'Why and how?'"
"Hypotheses, theories and laws are rather like apples, oranges and kumquats: One cannot grow into another, no matter how much fertilizer and water are offered," according to the University of California, Berkley
. A hypothesis is a potential explanation of a narrow phenomenon; a scientific theory is an in-depth explanation that applies to a wide range of phenomena. A law is a statement about an observed phenomenon or a unifying concept, according to Kennesaw State University

"There are four major concepts in science: facts, hypotheses, laws and theories," Coppinger told Live Science.
Many people think that if scientists find evidence that supports a hypothesis, the hypothesis is upgraded to a theory, and if the theory is found to be correct, it is upgraded to a law. That is not how it works, though. Facts, theories and laws — as well as hypotheses — are separate elements of the scientific method. Though they may evolve, they aren't upgraded to something else.
Though scientific laws and theories are supported by a large body of empirical evidence that is accepted by the majority of scientists within that area of scientific study, and help to unify that body of data, they are not the same thing.
"Laws are descriptions — often mathematical descriptions — of natural phenomena for example, Newton's Law of Gravity or Mendel's Law of Independent Assortment. These laws simply describe the observation. Not how or why they work," Coppinger said.
Just because an idea becomes a law doesn't mean that it can't be changed through scientific research in the future. The use of the word "law" by laymen and scientists differs. When most people talk about a law, they mean something that is absolute. A scientific law is much more flexible. It can have exceptions, be proven wrong or evolve over time, according to the University of California, Berkeley.
"A good scientist is one who always asks the question, 'How can I show myself wrong?'

I found same with people who do not believe the conventional medicine anymore and have now embraced functional medicine ( based on cell theory ) or alternative remedies which work and do not work as it is not based on the understandings of how biology works.

Unfortunately may people want to learn the hard way or do not want to learn at all as they are stuck in their dogmas.
A good saying I came across, it is good to learn from your mistakes but it is better to learn from others people’s mistake but for that one has to show some humility and appreciation for other people’s knowledge and experience and question it with understandings and logical arguments not just with unfounded consensus dogmas.