Innovation is blinded by our assumptions

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In this IONS audio, “Unexplained Mystery of Spontaneous Remission” with Brendan O’Regan, it explicitly describes how we suppress innovation by two things: 1- our assumptions and beliefs, that are founded in our education, that filters out and rationalizes outcomes that do not fit expected norms, and 2- our lack of choosing to study unexplained phenomena. For example, the medical world carries the most unexplained healings that no one has studied. Why is that? These strange outcomes, which are not in control of the doctor or whoever is supposedly in charge, seem to be exposing how selfish egos are more important than allowing the healing to happen. This is a prime example of the suppression of innovation and the permission to discover.

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