Some days it just pays to be short on sugar (leaves more space in your thoughts to hear God).
That's why fasting got to be so popular, I suppose.
I tend to feel somewhat trippy when I'm not all sugared up. I'm pretty sure Huxley was correct in asserting that the main function of the cerebral cortex isn't gestalt but filtering.
I'm normally quite a bit less 'filtered' than most folks.
In any event, there's a simple, cheap study of already existent data which would tell whether or not DCA cures cancer.
It's a by-product of water chlorination. Now, we all know how top-notch our 'scientists' are in ensuring that people keep away from industrial chemicals like asbestos, hexavalent chromium, PERC, and such (um, MIA?). So we can conclude that their ability to distinguish DCA from other industrial chemicals is a moot point, and that people who work around DCA are exposed to it on a regular basis.
So, we look at the health records of people who work around this.
If it's a cancer-cure, we should see a *remarkably* (REMARKABLY) lower cancer rate amongst this subset.
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