Inert-Gas Therapy

Johnston, S. Laurance
December 2008
PN;Dec2008, Vol. 62 Issue 12, p14
Trade Publication
The author explores inert-gas technology as a speculative healing modality for building up regenerative energy after spinal cord injury (SCI). He cites the concepts underlying inert-gas therapy as discussed in "Einstein Doesn't Work Here Anymore: A Treatise on the New Science." He also explains the additional energy of inert gases, the human-energy-field theory, and directing the nonspecific, inert-gas energy to where it is needed.


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