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Source link: http://archive.mises.org/13625/roger-j-williams-and-the-science-of-individuality/

Roger J. Williams and the Science of Individuality

August 19, 2010 by

According to Roger J. Williams, “the basic answer to the question, ‘Why are you an individual?’ is that your body in every detail, including your entire nervous system and your brain … is highly distinctive.” FULL ARTICLE by Jeff Riggenbach

{ 3 comments }

Seattle August 19, 2010 at 4:30 pm

Even if every individual were exactly the same, atom by atom, Government still couldn’t work.

HL August 19, 2010 at 10:54 pm

This wonderful piece reminds me of a cocktail hour debate I had with a doctor. My argument was that even the best, most perfectly controlled large-scale study on the efficacy of a particular drug cannot duplicate the exactitude of an individual testing himself. The guy actually argued that the studies are more accurate, and if individual results varied, the guy must be measuring a placebo effect. What a joke! It, of course, assumes a certain static relationship that does not exist and therefore cannot be moderated by math.

peter j bolton August 19, 2010 at 11:08 pm

References that support:
. Molecules of Emotion: Candace Pert
. Biology of Belief: Bruce Lipton

Comment:
Individuals that have the capacity of competence equal at all times 5% of the population.
Each biological entity is unique and is an affect of a Cosmic Cause, that is to say, an Universal Principle, expressed as a Parochial Principle within the atmospheric envelope of the planet and acted upon by external and internal signal. Each individual, in fact, every individual, is encoded with a universal wide, set of unique cosmic codes; that’s established, but not mainstream science.

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