Medical Quackery Guide: Part 6 - Search Engine Medical Quackery

by Jason J. Duke - Owner/Artisan

Fresh Content: August 24, 2022 00:01

Search Engine Quackery 

Currently, in 2022, algorithms, created by search engines, use artificial intelligence (AI) for sourcing search queries that promote quack medicine ideas, which deceive users into creating and implementing quackery.

Quackery is Commonly Found on Search Engines

Search engineers and medical professionals, use search engines to recursively reinforce quackery repeatedly, until it becomes commonplace misinformation, used in the algorithms created by search engines, and so on.

Healing Medicines are More Complex Than Non-Healing Allopathic Medicine

Healing medicine is a very complex set of interactions, with many variables within the body, mind, and spirit, which cannot be solved using simplistic AI quackery algorithms of food, nutrients, herbs, diets, and supplements. Allopathic medicine, and all practicing branches, is a non-healing solvable problem that only requires a complicated AI system, for example, a deterministic and linear step-by-step model used in surgery or the prescribing of a drug or therapy to treat a disease that has been diagnosed.

Classical Chinese Medicine was More Complex Than TCM

Similarly, the integration of allopathic medicine into the complex system of classical Chinese medicine and herbalism created the simplified medical system of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Traditional Chinese Medicine was created to treat diseases without readily available drugs, devices, or therapies by streamlining the inefficient medical use of herbs and therapies within poor rural areas of China which did not have access to efficient modern medical practice.

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