Should be read
The premise is the story of liberty and the development of democracy in these United States.
SImon Vance was good enough.
No entirely possible. Nor should it be.
Absolutely. I have been questioning the foundations of this medication for at least ten years. Finally, some facts that answer the questions and when I approached my Doctor, he was unable to refute them.
Promptly took me off 40 mgs of Atorvastatin.
Any book that targets sugar as our greatest dietary threat.
The discussion on the studies that allowed statins to be accepted as a remedy for misunderstood dietary maladies.
I laughed at the Medical establishment and cried to think of how much money they have sucked out of me.
A must read if your doctor has just put you on statins for high cholesterol.
The acquired perspective gained by understanding the fluid change of knowledge, that is the idea that facts have a life, is intimidating at first. By understanding how information changes the knowledge of facts, we can overcome our feelings of inadequacy when we do not think we know enough about a situation.
Knowledge changes and more importantly, not everyone is comfortable with that constantly changing landscape. This means that the marketplace is constantly changing because we can never have all the answers.
How liberating to know that decisions are made on known facts which are assumed to be true temporally!
I admired the painstakingly presented examples and the perspective of science, medicine and business.
I recommend this book highly.
The connection of the author to his father the scientist is powerfull.
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