Myself (Dr Anthony Fox) presenting “Controlling Infections Without Antibiotics”. The main point is here is that The NHS would do well to liase with The Russians and Eastern European Countries on “Phage Therapy” !
A co-founder of the Scientific and Medical Network, Andrew Glazewski was a physicist, priest and chaplain to Polish refugees in Newton Abbot. For several decades he researched the physics for the human field, and the existence of a non-local field. Paul Kieniewicz (SMN), a close friend of Andrew Glazewski will discuss Glazewski’s findings, and how the field provides an explanation for healing techniques such as Therapeutic Touch.
The Quaker George Cadbury was considered by his biographer to be both a businessman and a mystic. In this talk Mike King explores the role of religion and spirituality in the origins and legacy of the Industrial Revolution, and the implications of the Quaker ethos for an ethical capitalism. This is the subject of his new book, ‘Quakernomics: An Ethical Capitalism’, one which spans the disciplines of religion, science and economics. The Cadburys were only one of many Quaker families whose enterprises shaped the British economy. Does their example give us a way forward for re-shaping contemporary capitalism on ethical lines?
Why is psychiatry such big business? Why are so many psychiatric drugs prescribed, and why, without solid scientific justification, has the number of mental disorders risen from 106 in 1952, to around 370 today? In this talk, Dr James Davies takes us behind the scenes of how the psychiatrist’s bible, the DSM, was actually written – did science drive the construction of new mental disorder categories like ADHD, major depression and Aspergers? ‘ or were less-scientific and unexpected processes at play? His exclusive interviews with the creators of the DSM reveal the answer.