A Challenge to Modern Medicine

A new documentary that challenges conventional medicine to expand its understanding of human biology will premier at The Living Matrix – The Science of Healing conference in London on March 13, 2009. Produced by Harry Massey and directed by Greg Becker, The Living Matrix uncovers evidence-based research in bioenergetic medicine that reveals energy and information fields – not genetics – drive human physiology and biochemistry.

Woven among interviews with world’s most respected experts in bioenergetic medicine, dynamic 3-D graphic animation takes The Living Matrix viewer on a journey deep into the structure of the human body to illustrate how quantum biology influences health. Through in-person interviews and dramatized video vignettes that document the stories of people who recovered from chronic illness – including a five-year-old boy born with cerebral palsy, an osteopathic doctor with a brain tumor, and a housewife bedridden with chronic fatigue syndrome – the film demonstrates the effectiveness of bioenergetic medicine where traditional medicine has not succeeded.


1 comments On A Challenge to Modern Medicine

  • This documentary is now available on DVD. I have posted a review of it on my website: http://bit.ly/16eW7Q

    The movie and its website claim that there is valid science behind its claims, but I cannot find them. I cannot find a single published paper about how quantum biology influences health! The movie does discuss things we don’t completely understand and its experts speculate about some universal field, but they fail to produce any scientific theories.

    TLM experts claim that specialization of cells in an embryo require the use of a quantum field. There’s at least one far simpler explanation. Another expert claims that the behavior of flocks of birds of schools of fish require some external mechanism. Again, there are explanations that do not require some massive dues ex machina to explain how the animals coordinate their movement. These were things I was already familiar with; I provided links to those scientific investigations.

    The healing stories in this movie are indeed remarkable and inspiring. All we can really say, with rigor, is that we don’t understand how those healings happened. If someone does think they know, they should publish their theories, test them, and publish their results. Again, as far as I can tell, that has never happened with any of these claims of “quantum biology”. If it has happened, the place to provide links to those papers is the movie’s website. That is the challenge for the producers of this film, and, so far, they haven’t delivered.

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