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  1. Good morning people. Dr Morse in the house!

  2. Is that a sceptor by the phone

  3. “Your missing the genes to detox” LOL

  4. The best.

  5. timestamps please !

    • I understand that you want time stamps for every video. Unfortunately, I am not able to do so for each video due to the high demand of everything else I need to do for my job. I try to when I have the time, but please understand, I am only one person trying to do the best I can.  Thank you for understanding!  

  6. We must remember that theories in science have a different meaning compared to every day theories.

    “Scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world that is acquired through the scientific method, and repeatedly confirmed through observation and experimentation. As with most (if not all) forms of scientific knowledge, scientific theories are inductive in nature and aim for predictive power and explanatory force.”

    “Both scientific laws and scientific theories are produced from the scientific method through the formation and testing of hypotheses, and can predict the behavior of the natural world. Both are typically well-supported by observations and/or experimental evidence. However, scientific laws are descriptive accounts of how nature will behave under certain conditions. Scientific theories are broader in scope, and give overarching explanations of how nature works and why it exhibits certain characteristics. Theories are supported by evidence from many different sources, and may contain one or several laws.

    A common misconception is that scientific theories are rudimentary ideas that will eventually graduate into scientific laws when enough data and evidence has been accumulated. A theory does not change into a scientific law with the accumulation of new or better evidence. A theory will always remain a theory; a law will always remain a law. A theory is valid as long as there is no evidence to dispute it. Therefore, theories can be disproven.

    Theories and laws are also distinct from hypotheses. Unlike hypotheses, theories and laws may be simply referred to as scientific fact.”

    And I just got all that from Wikipedia

    • +Rhys Williams “I don’t understand where you draw the line of what is infinite and what is finite.”

      Honestly after the endless paragraphs, excerpts, and links… that is all you actually needed to say. It says more than you probably realize.

      Spirituality is not an external force, it is infinitely within yourself. It is consciousness as Dr. Morse sometimes puts it… you do not learn spirituality via the same methods that you may learn history, physics, or calculus. All I will say is.. Intuition is real, yet useless without logic(and vice versa), after all-we have a brain hemisphere devoted to each.

      One defines infinity for oneself. 

      And with these words, do what you will…

    • I appreciate your viewpoint on it Taint Man, thank you.

      I may not share spiritual views (maybe not 100% exact in some cases) with Morse or yourself, but you’re more than entitled to colour your life and experience of this world with any personal experiences, philosophies which ‘click’ etc to your content.

      It’s subjective and personal, but I think it’s just as important as rationality and so on.

      In regards to the endless paragraphs, please pardon them. It was an address to the fellows statement before it and I simply dug up what I could find to see what knowledge he can exchange with me – and possibly change my mind 🙂

    • +Rhys Williams See Rhys, you call spirituality a “philosophy” and science “rationality” but why? In science unless you can see something, reproduce it or experience yourself therefore be able to prove it, you are only taking what other people say is factual or rational. 
      I know a scientific theory is a way of theoretically explain an observation that can be factual but there are scientific theories that are based in ideas and opinions like the big bang theory, supposedly demonstrated using abstract maths, where is the fact in that? There’s none, it’s just people believe it must be a fact because some apparently very clever people say it must be. Or the theory of evolution, if you don’t agree you’re a “denialist”. 
      You can’t know these, you can’t see, experience or prove them, you just repeat what they say, as they do.
      So, for example Dr Morse’s science is a lesser version, or maybe not even a science at all because it’s not endorsed by the established academia and govt authorities. It’s all a matter of perspective.  

    • +Geo Musicman And indeed you’re quite correct it is down to perspective.

      But here are two great quotes which resonate with me best when it comes to my perspective

      “I know, that I know nothing.” – Socrates
      -which can be translated as 
      “I absolutely know, I absolutely know nothing.”

      And a Shakespeare quote which I think explains why observing something in it’s most natural, complex yet beautiful view, can be a reason why although it has it’s place, spirituality and creative subjective thinking can put overbearing meaning and value on something which it simply doesn’t need to be fought over or justified for simply because of an opinion or taste.

      “To gild refined gold, to paint the lily,
      To throw a perfume on the violet,
      To smooth the ice, or add another hue
      Unto the rainbow, or with taper-light
      To seek the beauteous eye of heaven to garnish,
      Is wasteful and ridiculous excess.”

      If what I say above is actually wrong, and it can be explained with unbiased evidence or something I may have missed out which knocks all I have said out cold, then I shall take the hit.

      I’ll be just another fool on the stage, but at least I know a little better than before I conversed with you all here until my next one 😀

  7. He’s SO right about heavy periods. I had always had trouble with that and even had my  “doctor” tell me I needed to have a hysterectomy (no thanks) so as soon as I started this new life style I have had ZERO problems. It’s like I’m a new person all together! Fruit is an amazing healer!!

  8. Robert, we love you!!

  9. Dr. Morse and Honey Boo Boo….LOVE

  10. So, is he saying that pineapple from the grocery store is too acidic?

  11. DrRobertMorseND: Backup Channel // 15th July 2014 at 4:52 pm //

    1:20 – “if you don’t have someone always directing people in the simplicity of things, then the mind wins and complexity takes over” (treatment-based thinking)

    2:39 – Dr. Morse’s upcoming book: ‘The Practice and Science of Detoxification’ (brief)

    3:57 – herbs for male enhancement and testosterone boost (damiana, yohimbe, panax ginseng, dong quai, prostate, prostatitis, estrogen)

    8:06 – polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS, P.C.O.S.)

    10:27 – “You should never know that you’re carrying around a human body. If the human body is healthy you’ll not know you have one; you’ll only know [that] you have one when you have obstructions in the body where you’re getting resistance to the flow of energy”

    11:57 – ozonated drinking water (ozone machines)

    15:16 – unripe fruits/watermelons, grapes, lemons, bananas

    16:45 – blood clots, factor v deficiency/pre-diabetic and toxemia, low platelets, urinary tract infections (UTI, U.T.I.), cold sores, postpartum depression, extreme fatigue, burning in the back of head, floaters in eyes, heavy bleeding, polyp, cyst on right ovary, dizzy (dizziness), hot flashes, mood swings, throw up stomach acid daily to feel better, stress, hair loss, high blood pressure

    30:57 – the alone state

    39:48 – medical doctors and health

    44:40 – vitiligo 

    46:40 – lupus, polycystic ovarian syndrome, morbidly obese, chronically constipated, terrible acne, excessive bleeding

    57:37 – elevated cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein, HDL, low-density lipoprotein, LDL), flipping cholesterol levels during detoxification

    1:05:50 – hemorrhagic stroke (aneurisms)

    1:19:17 – lost eyesight and head pressure (blindness)

    – Nichlas B.

  12. I suffered a “silent stroke” two years ago. I didn’t have any numbness but had problems with my language, memory, focus, overall cognitive function. I’m slowly getting better. They say that most of the recovery happens within a short time after the stroke.  Do you think that raw fruits, berries and melons will still help me recover quicker? Will I still show improvement even though it’s been so long? I want to get back to where I was or even better if possible. Thanks so much and God bless you Dr. Morse

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