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    Default New, medical treasure seeker.

    Russell Johnston (Grolf) here, and I've been seriously treasure hunting for more than a year, online. I recommend the same treasure hunt to everyone - for this great hunt all you really need are two sites: pubmed.com (summaries of every medical study published) and answers.com (for any needed medical definitions)

    The treasure I've been seeking? The cause of the extraordinary rising rates of everything that makes up "metabolic syndrome" and "atopy" that harry all industrial societies - this includes diabetes, MS, obesity, eczema, asthma, heart disease, hypertension and much more.

    These diseases were once rare, and are still rare in more primitive parts of the world. We don't know just why they happen or are rising so quickly, we really don't.

    The amazing thing is that each of us now has as much power as any doctor or medical researcher to solve these puzzles - because we have access to all the studies they do, with good search tools, at home. And we have one thing they don't: time!

    I've published my best answer to this treasure hunt at PhotoperiodEffect.com

    But feel free to disagree with my best answer and start your own hunt. Why should you feel qualified? Well, for one thing, it usually is someone outside a given field who makes the big break throughs anyway. Often a scientist from a different field (Darwin was a geologist, not a biologist) but often an amateur, too.

    There never was a better time to start such a treasure hunt!

    My site may take a day or two to show up yet... I also hope after maybe a month or so to put my notes up there, on about 5,000 of the medical studies are think are most interesting, different, or telling.

    The history of science shows that discoveries are usually made by people who are looking where no-one else would think to look (Hubble, Kepler, Newton... )

    So GO SEARCH people - never before have all the tools you need been spread out in front of you.

    And, yes, do check out photoperiod.com over the next while as I build it up to see whether I can convince you of my answer. If you aren't convinced, consider undertaking some of the greatest treasure hunts that have ever existed, and which, nowadays, anyone can enter!

    Russell Johnston

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    WELCOME to tweleve....although this isnt on my list of treasure hunts..it may shed some "light" here on someone else!

    GOOD LUCK!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollidaze39
    WELCOME to tweleve....although this isnt on my list of treasure hunts..it may shed some "light" here on someone else!

    GOOD LUCK!

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    actually, holli, i think this might be right up your ally!!! Save The World, gaga's, and welcome to 'tweleve', grolf!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Yeah, welcome Professor. Say hi to Gilligan for me.

    This is spam for holistic/homeopathic medicine garbage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdshackleford
    Yeah, welcome Professor. Say hi to Gilligan for me.

    This is spam for holistic/homeopathic medicine garbage.

    -Rusty
    thx, rusty - i hate being so darn gullible

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