This is a complete manuscript written and developed over many years which represents a thorough study of bronchial asthma and the atopic conditions. It draws together lines of investigation such that a pattern is suggested in the biomedical events and is interpreted in a particular way so as to suggest these allergic conditions as a deficiency of a particular enzyme and detoxification medium. Read more
What I look at in this article is how equitable the market place is for Futures and stock trading in commodities raising the question of how equal are the opportunities ? The idea of protection feature strongly in economic discussions and can cover a multitude of sin from obstruction of data resulting in imperfect information to insider trading, to barriers created around the market place and red tape. Understanding what manipulation and distortion happens in the marketplace is a critical issue if we are to understand the existing influences on the food prices.
Like bank traders, fund managers often use computerized high frequency ‘algorithmic trading’ to make gains from miniscule price movements. High-frequency trading is based on information that reaches insiders a fraction of a second ahead of everyone else – just long enough to cash in, while raising costs for ordinary investors. Michael Lewis wrote Flash Boys in which he describes the construction of a secretive 827-mile cable running from Chicago to New Jersey which would reduce the journey of data from 17 to 13 milliseconds. The speed of data is a major theme in the book; essentially, the faster the data travels, the better the price of the trade. Read more
The roots of the word ‘orthodox’ help to clarify the distinguishing qualities of established schools of thought to the neophyte arrangements which fit outside of the canon of currently accepted scientific knowledge.
The word orthodox arises from two Greek words, ortho and doxa. Ortho has the meaning; in composition, straight: upright: perpendicular: right: genuine: derived from the Greek, orthos, meaning straight, upright, right. Doxa has the meaning: derived from the Greek meaning opinion and relating sound in doctrine: believing or according to the received or established doctrines or opinions. Read more