An immense amount of human knowledge that has been collected for ages currently exists. Nonetheless, the quest for the cure of some dire diseases, many of them fatal, is needed now more than ever. It seems that the main focus is not to state consequences, but to find causes. Taking the hypercomplexity of human biochemistry and physiology into consideration, as well as the multitude of existing scientific reports in the literature at present, this knowledge is vast enough to spend a lifetime studying, if anyone were willing to do so. This information will then pave the way to even more research in any field of science, regardless of being old-fashioned, forgotten or even discredited by some of the scientific representatives that would certainly be labelled as deceivers of humanity for leaving us with fewer choices, thus restraining our right to choose what is best for ourselves. Science is boundless, and therefore, all research should be free of any interference, for example, on how and if a research study should be conducted until the results are presented. That was not the case with the last centuries' scientists; back then, both their laboratories and lives were in danger. In honour of those who stand for free science, this volume presents the knowledge as it should be, as an open source to anyone, and where it leads us is our own decision entirely. This is the fourth volume in our series.
- Contributor: Ana Lucia Ramalho Merce
- Imprint: Nova Science Publishers Inc
- ISBN13: 9781629482408
- Number of Pages: 422
- Packaged Dimensions: 180x260mm
- Packaged Weight: 854
- Format: Hardback
- Publisher: Nova Science Publishers Inc
- Release Date: 2013-12-01
- Binding: Hardback
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