If you ask Mr. Hubbs, none of those facts matter. What really matters is that Mr. Hubbs has spent a vast amount of time researching vaccines and medical issues via the Internet. Thus, 100% of the knowledge he has gained has been via search engines, websites, and blogs. He has never spent time in a lab nor has he been faculty or even a student at a University, yet for some strange reason Mr. Hubbs feels his research has provided him with some divine knowledge that a decade of higher education or 20 years of hands-on research cannot.
Mr. Hubbs feels he knows more about the human body than "mainstream science" could ever know. He believes the AMA, CDC, FDA, and "big pharma" are all involved in some type of a scam to fool the public. He also believes Chiropractors and alternative medicine 'experts' are capable of solving practically anything wrong with the human body including such diseases as autism, and that these people are even capable of curing cancer.
I know what you are thinking. Surely I'm making this up as nobody of sound mind could possibly think a cure for cancer exists and is being held hostage by the medical community. Nobody could possibly be so ignorant as to believe hundreds of thousands of doctors, scientists, researchers, and other experts have kept such a secret from the public for decades upon decades. Surely nobody could possibly believe these things... and yet if you believe that you would be dead wrong.
Case in point, here are some direct quotes from the infamous Lowell Hubbs, and none of these have been edited in any way:
And perhaps even more comical than suggesting you can cure cancer by extracting a substance from urine, Lowell has repeatedly stated you can cure cancer with baking soda. Yes... baking soda. Although in Lowell's defense he originally and continually referred to it as "sodium bicarbonate" which admittedly does sound a tad more impressive than baking soda, but even after it was explained to him that sodium bicarbonate is in fact plain old Arm & Hammer baking soda he continued to profess its magical cancer-curing properties.
"There have been many cancer cures over the years, beleive [sic] it or not even."
"There has been success curing cancer with alternative natural supplements believe it or not."
"There was even a doctor who reserched [sic] enough to extract a substance from urine that cured cancer."
Apparently Lowell believes that there is a miracle cure right there in the back of the refrigerator and he has stated that there is a doctor (Dr. Simoncini) who has a 100% success rate curing cancer with baking soda. Not "some success" mind you. Not even "great success" but rather "100% success".
Alert the media! Notify the Nobel committee... because this Dr. Simoncini is a shoe-in to win the Nobel Prize right? I mean surely the man who has a 100% success rate curing cancer should have bridges named after him and perhaps even have a fifth face carved on Mt. Rushmore as he could quite possibly be the greatest human being on the planet.
Yet sadly (albeit obviously) Lowell nor Dr. Simoncini can't seem to support this wild theory with any evidence, but I guess we just need to take their word for it. Darn - they were so close to getting that Nobel prize!