Universal Crypto Accounting Technology Education as Infrastructure + Universal Basic Income Platform for Human API Interface
Arguments over evidence based medicine aren't being critically reviewed or peer reviewed in many cases as recently published by British Medical Journal in a recent article titled “The Illusion of Evidence Based Medicine” in April 2022. Something to note, although I am about to highlight many of the problems in the Medical field, the same can be said about the General Science in Energy, Manufacturing, and Sustainable Development. Much of our assumptions or solutions depend on reliable data from clinical trials and or publications in academic journals. In terms of the Medical field most of which are conducted by the pharmaceutical industry and are reported in the names of senior academics. There has been a release of previously confidential pharma documents which has given valuable insight into the degree to which industry sponsored clinical trials are misrepresented. The “BMJ” published the following statement; “Until this problem is corrected, evidence based medicine will remain an illusion”.
Science diligently undertaken affords us a kind of certainty however this requires us to have faith and trust that our scientific models are in the hands of people behaving with “Moral Integrity” and not just using the veil of science and the language of science to pursue a particular agenda. This ideology is however threatened by corporations in which financial interests trump the common good.
Medicine is largely dominated by a small number of very large pharmaceutical companies that compete for market share but are effectively united in their efforts to expand that market. Scientific progress is thwarted by the ownership of data and knowledge because industry suppresses negative trial results, fails to report adverse events, and does not share data with the academic research community.
As reported by many academics; the current scientific model is a drive for profit not solutions. As it stands the pharmaceutical industry's responsibility to the shareholders means that priority must be given to their hierarchical power structures, product loyalty, and public relations propaganda over scientific integrity.
Although universities have always been elite institutions prone to influence through endowments; they have long laid claim to being guardians of truth and the moral conscience of society. Institutions are prone to the same level of influence as congress is by a lobbyist. Universities have since become a subset of Neo-Liberal ideology and as a result university departments become instruments of industry through company control of the research agenda and ghostwriting of medical and academic journals and articles , as well as Continuing Medical Education. Academics have become agents for the promotion of commercial products.
When scandals involving industry-academic partnerships are exposed in the mainstream media; trust in academic institutions are weakened and the vision for a free and open society is betrayed. The corporate university also compromises the concept of “Academic Leadership”.
Deans who reached their leadership positions by virtue of distinguished contributions to their disciplines have in places been replaced with fundraisers and academic managers who are forced to demonstrate their profitability or show how they can attract corporate sponsors.
Accreditation by a University is biased because of special interests. Independent Regulators are NOT independent when funded by corporate interests. A recent study shows that in 2021 upwards of 75% of Global Advertising Revenues came from corporate interests in medical industry. Suddenly you realize that what we are told; to appreciate as scientific and as rational; in some cases literally beyond question. If you do question the information you are labeled a “Conspiracy Theorist”.
What this points to is the need for a single source of truth that can be peer reviewed but not censored. An infrastructure founded on the source of truth in our universe that can unite us more instead of pull us apart. This is what inspired the creation of UCAT, a Universal Crypto Accounting Technology that could be used as a verifiable single source of truth for acquired knowledge by any individual or collectives of people working on a variety of research and development projects and even for ordinary everyday life. With technology advancing as fast as it is we have an area of tech being greatly overlooked, the XR Tech Space. This presents a new area of science that is understood by few. When you begin to merge the physical and the virtual in an immersive experience, coupled with AI and NeRF’s (Neural Radiance Fields); the implications are unfathomable. Rest assured impacts to the physical world will be evident as we begin to explore new ways to learn and interact with our environments. Then we must address the impacts to human psychology which are going to be immense.
As we progress and move into a world where BMI (Brain Machine Interface) becomes more reality than fiction, we begin to think of what that would look like in real time. What would be the modality of consensus? How could you connect your brain to a network and protect that which is most sacred to you, your conscience? How could you prevent malicious actors from hijacking the sanctity of your innermost dialogue? How do you determine the real from the virtual when it all feels so real? Welcome to the unknown world of XR.
This is an area of great concern and some of the worlds most brilliant developers and thought leaders of this space are working cohesively at figuring out the answer to this very problem. If interested in learning more feel free to follow me on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn @Romerovingian @EarnUCAT or follow what I’m doing with my Web3 Directory at http://www.qtmoracle.com
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