posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 03:52 PM
No worries. If you're into the mainstream medicine approach I can understand why you'd struggle with Lipton, even though he was doing stem cell
research before the rest of the world knew what that was (1960's).
Lipton has left the fold of the white-coats because he realised they knew little about how things actually work in reality and were teaching at least
a decade behind even the current scientific knowlege, which was still usually way off the mark, or at least rather incomplete!
I think he had an epiphany when his own 'white coat' research led him to the realisation that the so-called mystics that his profession labelled as
cranks and superstitious laymen had actually been right all along
New-agers enjoy Lipton because he brings a credible scientific affirmation to their often shakey beliefs. Personally I just enjoy hearing scientists
admit they've been 180 degrees off target whenever that shows up, and his quotes and work are useful when discussing 'medical' stuff outside of 3D
with people stuck in the allopathic box.
Good luck with your research.