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Posted on 02-22-2015
From the desk of Dr. Mike Tannenbaum, D.C. of Tannenbaum Chiropractic, LLC in AnnArbor, Michigan.
Here is another analysis of B.J. Palmer's 33 principles of chiropractic. Palmer played a huge part on bringing chiropractic to the masses. He was very much involved in chiropractic research, an avid marketer of chiropractic and traveled widely speaking about chiropractic. His father, D.D. Palmer, was the founder of chiropractic. B.J. didn't think that chiropractic should be used just to help get rid of back pain, neck pain and headaches, he thought chiropractic could fix all that ailed the body.
The signs of life are evidence of the intelligence of life.
Palmer maintains that for there to be signs of life the matter that makes up that life must have the ability to assimilate, excrete, adapt, grow and reproduce. Palmer implies that organisms must contain some level of all these abilities (criteria). Furthermore, in order for the organism to be healthy it must contain the perfect level of these abilities relative to the organisms level of organization.
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