HOW and WHY does Cannabis Cure Cancer – Scientific Explanation

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Health Professionals, Doctors and Scientists Interviewed
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Listed in Order of Appearance:

Jeffrey Hergenrather M.D.
President of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians

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Dr. Robert Melamed Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Biology Chairman in the Biology Department at the University of Colorado and of Cannabis Science

Dr. Manuel Guzman
Professor of Biochemistry – University of Madrid

Paul Armentano
Deputy Director NORML

Prakash Nagarkatti, Ph.D.
Vice President for Research University of South Carolina Columbia
Distinguished Professor

Dr. Donald Tashkin M.D.
Professor of Pulmonary Medicine, UCLA

Video of Cannabis Killing Cancer Cells
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Len Richmond’s ” What if Cannabis Cures Cancer ”

PBS Montana ” Clearing the Smoke – Science of Cannabis ”

Medical Cannabis and its Impact on Human Health

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God particle: Physicists celebrate Higgs boson ‘triumph’

July 5, 2012 by  
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For physicists, it was a moment like landing on the moon or the discovery of DNA.

The focus was the Higgs boson, a subatomic particle that exists for a mere fraction of a second. Long theorized but never glimpsed, the so-called God particle is thought to be key to understanding the existence of all mass in the universe. The revelation Wednesday that it — or some version of it — had almost certainly been detected amid more than hundreds of trillions of high-speed collisions in a 17-mile track near Geneva prompted a group of normally reserved scientists to erupt with joy.

Peter Higgs, one of the scientists who first hypothesized the existence of the particle, reportedly shed tears as the data were presented in a jampacked and applause-heavy seminar at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research.

“It’s a gigantic triumph for physics,” said Frank Wilczek, an MIT physicist and Nobel laureate. “It’s a tremendous demonstration of a community dedicated to understanding nature.”

The achievement, nearly 50 years in the making, confirms physicists’ understanding of how mass — the stuff that makes stars, planets and even people — arose in the universe, they said.

It also points the way toward a new path of scientific inquiry into the mass-generating mechanism that was never before possible, said UCLA physicist Robert Cousins, a member of one of the two research teams that have been chasing the Higgs boson at CERN.

“I compare it to turning the corner and walking around a building — there’s a whole new set of things you can look at,” he said. “It is a beginning, not an end.”

Leaders of the two teams reported independent results that suggested the existence of a previously unseen subatomic particle with a mass of about 125 billion to 126 billion electron volts. Both groups got results at a “five sigma” level of confidence — the statistical requirement for declaring a scientific “discovery.”

“The chance that either of the two experiments had seen a fluke is less than three parts in 10 million,” said UC San Diego physicist Vivek Sharma, a former leader of one of the Higgs research groups. “There is no doubt that we have found something.”

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