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Quantum Entanglement in The Medical Field: Volunteering to Take a Walk in The Patient’s Shoes

 
Introduction

Lately, I have been learning about quantum entanglement, and I am pondering the ways in which this technology can be used in the medical field. “Entanglement is the strange phenomenon in which two quantum particles become so deeply linked that they share the same existence. When this happens, a measurement on one particle immediately influences the other, regardless of the distance between them.” (The Experiment That Will Allow Humans to “See” Quantum Entanglement, February 2016)

The Use of Quantum Entanglement in The Medical Field
I have always dreamed of being a volunteer medical researcher involved in discovering cures for diseases. Reading and learning about diseases and natural cures is a favorite pastime of mine, but I have never performed the actual laboratory research that is required in discovering a cure. When I am not feeling well, I listen to my own body to determine what is ailing me and use my nutritional knowledge to heal myself.

After analyzing the way in which my body heals itself, I started questioning the following: How can a doctor listen to somebody else’s body? Listening to one’s own body is easy, but listening to somebody else’s body is not humanly possible, and asking the patient questions about symptoms is not always enough to determine the root cause of a disease. This communication problem deters the doctor from being able to feel what the patient is feeling and prevents the discovery of the ultimate solution – the cure. Therefore, a doctor might prescribe a medication that will heal the symptoms that a patient is feeling, but not the illness. Symptomatic prescriptions can last a lifetime – wasting a patient’s time, energy and money on a medication that will only heal the surface of an illness.

To improve a medical diagnosis, let’s consider the use of quantum entanglement. Quantum entanglement will allow medical researchers and scientists to walk in the shoes of the ill and truly feel what the patient is feeling. This phenomenon allows the researcher’s body to feel the physical pain and mental anguish of the disease, however, the researcher’s body may instinctively react differently from the patient’s body to heal itself. For example, once entangled, although the researcher’s body is mirroring all of the ailments of an illness, he might start to crave different healing foods.

By allowing the researcher’s body to instinctively react and heal itself, we become closer to the discovery of a real cure for a disease. Whether or not the entangled patient will start to consume the same healing foods is unknown and yet to be determined. However, this knowledge can be verbally communicated between the medical researcher, doctor and patient.

Improved diagnostics and cure discoveries are not the only benefits of quantum entanglement. This technology is a proven provider of more advanced treatment of the patient. Medical researchers can heal others through the shared energy and collective consciousness of quantum entanglement. By choosing positive and healing thoughts, patients mirroring the entangled researcher, choose positive and healing thoughts. Through this type of conditioning, patients learn how to psychologically and physically heal themselves.

Conclusion
In conclusion, I think that the use of quantum entanglement in the medical field will dramatically improve the lives of the hopelessly medicated. By allowing researchers to conduct deeper studies into the cause of illnesses, we are more likely to find the root cause of diseases and ultimately, real cures. As a result, quantum entanglement will educate and prevent doctors from prescribing the wrong medications or symptomatic medications that do not heal patients.

 

Resources
The Experiment That Will Allow Humans to “See” Quantum Entanglement by Emerging Technology form the arXiv. https://www.technologyreview.com/s/600827/the-experiment-that-will-allow-humans-to-see-quantum-entanglement/ February 17, 2016.

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3 thoughts on “Quantum Entanglement in The Medical Field: Volunteering to Take a Walk in The Patient’s Shoes”

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