In this paper we examine HF and CKD through the lens of a new causal paradigm: as a conjoined energy deficiency syndrome whose progression is governed by impaired energy generation by the cardiovascular system leading to subsequent deterioration of blood energy dynamics.
Fundamental to the aether concept is seamless unity, a dynamic continuum of cause and effect, mediated by the opposing conjoined force fields that form the basis of action-at-a-distance and simultaneity. All action and reaction, from the macrocosmic level downward into the subatomic domain, is mediated through interactions between the aether-derived forces of magnetism and dielectricity which, in the end, give rise to space and matter.
In the first part of the article we examined the historical dimensions of the aether concept, In this article, we examine dynamics of the three primary aether modalities in the water-body: The magnetic, the radiant, and the dielectric.
At the turn of the 20th century medicine and physics seemed to be heading in two opposing if not mutually exclusive directions: medical science had asserted the primacy of the cell and had set out to integrate known chemical principles into cellular functioning; physics, on the other hand, had broken through the barriers of classical Newtonian mechanical laws and established the energetic basis of all physical substance. Something was bound to give.
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