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September 03, 2006

Link Exchange

I’m asked, via email, whether I’d like to link to a particular website. The European Federation of BioPhysics. Well, OK, but only to make fun of a group of screaming nutjobs.


To investigate, evaluate and apply concepts relating to the production and utilization of energy in biological systems. Observations relating to potential new forms of biologically active energies, mono-atomic and micro-clustered elements, alternative cellular energy pigments, and emerging concepts of nanotechnology, are potentially of immense clinical importance.               

They may well explain the success of various traditional healing methods as well as opening up entirely new approaches to healing illnesses and fortifying life. Specific application goals include      optimization of health and retardation of the ageing process; energy induces destruction of microbes; elimination of cancer cells; energy mediated metabolic resuscitation of viral damaged       tissues and improved crop production. In addition, the Institute is intent on specifically evaluating claims of efficacy for various energy-based therapeutic modalities including supplements                   and on reporting its findings via internet and public seminars.

Fruitcakes, to be avoided like the plague.

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Physics is so hard

Posted by: Link We Who | Sep 5, 2006 3:26:54 PM

Link Exchange is more beneficial for both of us.Thanks!

Posted by: smith | Aug 14, 2007 2:40:54 PM

simple but quality, thanks!a

Posted by: poiu | Dec 31, 2007 6:11:27 PM