The reason healthcare is so expensive in the US is …

Comment on Dr. Paul Cameron and the God of the Gaps by gene fortner.

The reason healthcare is so expensive in the US is the rule and regs inplemented by the incompetent and the greedy.

As far as “evolution” goes, neo-darwinism is a failed paridigm. The is absolutely no evidence that chance and necessity can produce new organs and / or body types.


Pertaining to the foundation or basis; serving for the foundation. Hence: Essential, as an element, principle, or law; important; original; elementary; as, a fundamental truth; a fundamental axiom.
A leading or primary principle, rule, law, or article, which serves as the groundwork of a system; essential part, as, the fundamentals of the Christian faith.

Antonyms: absurdity, ambiguity, foolishness, nonsense, paradox

a conservative movement in 20th-century American Protestantism in reaction to modernism, asserting especially the inerrancy of the Scriptures as a historical record and as a guide to faith and morals, and emphasizing, as matters of true faith, belief in the virgin birth, the sacrifice and death of Christ upon the cross, physical resurrection, and the Second Coming.

I am a fundie, I believe in fundementals,
like sola scripture
and fundementals like;

A1 – for any such real numbers a and b, a+b=b+a, the commutative law


Serving the Medical Oligarchy

This author was witness to the history of how this came to be. Evidence-based
medicine came about so that a type of medical elite within academia—elite because
they also claim the title of scientist— adopted the theory or method of
determining causation for the purpose of prediction. Prediction carries the awe of
the crystal ball for the patient, the certainty of an outcome of a gamble for the
insurance company, and the authority of numeracy.

Because all physicians do not belong to the group of physician-scientists, the
latter has become a type of oligarchy, which uses evidence-based medicine
to control and judge the practice, certification, and continued licensing of all
physicians. Those guidelines and algorithms written by the cadre of elite scientist-
physicians make certain that the influence of the individual physician is
minimized, by restricting his/her activity or decisions to those options provided
by the probabilities of outcome determined from the large, double-blind,
randomized trials.

These are physicians with a certain outlook on human ingenuity and creativity.
Not only do they believe that creativity has no place in medicine, but they
carry hatred and disdain for it, because in their limited view, it is not “scientific.”

Killing for Chance?

But what drives the so-passionate push for evidence-based medicine? Passion
suggests a purpose. What drives the physician who would deny a cancer patient
or otherwise terminally ill patient a treatment which might work but has a low
probability of working, and does so although the patient is requesting that therapy?