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The Trutharmy/Mew army coming together for change
It is time to push for real change, to demonstrate that social media and grass roots activism can influence medical treatments, and gain a change for the better, by the people for the benefit of the people. It is important for us to take the high moral ground, act with integrity, listen as well as speaking, be polite and follow the science (and do this before following me or any preconception).
In November I have a court hearing and between now and then we need to bring the full attention of the media and global consciousness on to this situation and how crazy it all is. There is rot in the state of orthodontics and medicine, and rather than face up to these real issues the profession and “establishment” are trying to crush and destroy me. To shoot the messenger.
Many of you have real problems, millions of children have inappropriate treatment never knowing other options exist or the basics of simple cheap prevention strategies and the only realistic way to gain change is to bring the spotlight of modern medical research to focus on this issue, to raise the public awareness and force the orthodontic profession in the UK in to the scientific process, starting with a full, free and fair discussion on why teeth are crooked, then on to prevention, side effects etc.
Help needed to;
Spread this message, help us get info up on Wikipedia (where everything we put is constantly pulled), helping my father (get out the history of all that he has done to gain change and how these attempts have always been pushed back), help to find articles and research for my legal case, examples of good mewing results, facial and health damage, stories, and much more.
Initially I was hoping to find some good organizers and HR people so that we could organise everyone else. It would be great to have a few people in London who could physically meet up with us. Next someone who could do communication to help get the message out there.
I was hoping that people could post what they think that they could help with in the thread below and we can take it from there. Remember the biggest problem is my time and please appreciate how much stress is on me all the time, this is really really hard, most days I just don’t want to get out from under the bed covers, the mental strain is incredible.
Thank you very much,
P.S. ideas welcome, my initial though was Mew army or Truth Army.
The only relevant Wikipedia article I could find currently is on John Mew:
Skimming it doesn’t reveal any overtly negative bias. What contributions are getting pulled from Wikipedia?
It seems like Nestor’s Breath book leant some mainstream credibility to the Mews and their work. Is he aware of the current legal case? Nestor might be a media-savvy ally. Maybe Mike could post a talk with him on the Orthotropics youtube channel about his book and following the scientific method to question conventional wisdom.
Sorry you’re going through this. Just discovered orthotropics so I’m no help. Could the Myobrace people help ? They’ve done some research and use myofunctional orthodontics – link to articles here https://www.myoresearch.com/en-au/support/resources
Hey Mike, would you be fine with me posting my progress and how I reduced my maloclussion (overjet) and still curing it?
In the early 1900s, dentist Weston A. Price noticed that in his younger patients, the prevalence and severity of malocclusion seemed more significant than their parents, which struck him as alarming. Keep in mind that during this time, industrialization was booming, leading to flour, sugar, and other refined foods becoming dietary staples.
To figure out whether diet was indeed the factor he suspected it was, Price travelled the world, seeking out various modernized and less modernized groups of people, and studied their facial and dental development. In his travels, he took various pictures of the groups he came across, which can be seen below.
The cause of malocclusion is due to diet:
Here are photos of the Australian Aboriginal people. On the left and top right are these people living as hunter gatherers. Notice the very broad dental arches and robust facial features, similar to those found in the paleolithic skulls we’ve discussed. On the right, we see the resulting effects when these people were made to eat a very nutrient poor, sugar and flour based diet. Not only has this led to rampant tooth decay, but I also think we can see significant changes in facial structure and narrower dental arches, leading to crowding. See below for more examples.
Here are the Seminole Native American people, pre and post industrialization.
The Melanesian people from the Fiji Islands, also pre and post industrialization.
The Swiss of the valleys of Switzerland, compared with those of the modernized districts.
Finally, the Polynesian people, pre and post industrialization.
EXTRACTIONS CAUSE BONELOSS:
Mike Mew was not kicked out of the British Orthodontic Society because he’s a scammer or lacks evidence. I actually read the entire transcript of Mike’s meeting with the BOS before they took it down, and they kicked him out for a bunch of bullshit like
“You refer to yourself as a doctor, this is misleading because yes you are a doctor but you should’ve called yourself a dentist,”
A dentist is a type of doctor what kind of argument is this.
“You made a remark about slaves having good development, this is offensive for some reason,”
How is this offensive at all? He is trying to say that their environment allowed for proper growth.
“You say young children should switch from liquids to solid foods with no baby food inbetween, this is impossible and is also a huge choking hazard”
A child will chew the food that is in accordance with them whether that be taking small bites, but they won’t purposefully choke themselves.
“You give advice on posture correction but you are an orthodontist so you are unqualified to discuss this,”
The tongue works in accordance in the jaws and teeth.
“You don’t have any proof that environmental factors cause malocclusion.”
Mike, look at the photos I provided of the indigenous tribes environmental change affecting their occlusion and teeth.
At this point Mike slammed the desk and demanded a debate on the cause of malocclusion which they refused because he could “only defend himself, not his ideas” which is stupid seeing as they were kicking him out because of his ideas. They also brought up that his social media campaign was misleading because he didn’t have any proof of facial change in adults following his techniques.
Here is a result without the use of growth guidance devices that prove mewing can change your face in adulthood:
If you have any doubts about what I’m saying here then ask, I have evidence that skeletal change is possible in adults without surgery and I could perhaps give you a better logical explanation then what I wrote if you have trouble understanding.
Bones in the face don’t fuse and respond to force: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21211241
Masticatory muscles effect the shape of the lower jaw: https://academic.oup.com/ejo/article/32/1/66/507786
And then Mike Mew’s stephen hawking example:
Young Stephen, decent facial development by modern standards.
Old Stephen, his maxilla destroyed because the muscles in his face stopped working. You can also see that he has developed an underbite. If you can go from right to wrong at a late age, you can go from wrong to right at a late age. CHEW!
BABIES ALREADY ARE BORN AS NOSE BREATHERS WITH PROPER TONGUE POSTURE. THIS BABY GOT ITS TONGUE TIE FIXED BTW.
THE INFLUENCE OF DENTAL FACTORS TO ERUPTION OF THE MANDIBULAR THIRD MOLAR – 1 954 sample showing 28% impactions in the mandible, did it increase since then? http://wprim.whocc.org.cn/admin/article/articleDetail?WPRIMID=568764&articleId=568764
Whereas the impaction of wisdom teeth is regularly found to be around 20% in extant populations (or even higher in specific groups), it is much less developed in earlier populations and rarely occurs in paleolithic material (Klatsky, 1956; Dachi and Howell, 1961; Brabant and Twisselmann, 1964, Wei; 1988). This diachronic increase in frequency is attributed to an evolutionary trend towards a size reduction in the masticatory apparatus. In the course of this development, the decrease of jaw size progresses more rapidly than the reduction of tooth size, the resulting insufficiency in jaw length favouring impaction (Schilli and Krekeler, 1984; Henke and Rothe, 1994; Wei, 1996.
Soft diets, respectively the reduction of masticatory stress by advanced techniques in food preparation, appear to have accelerated this process notably since neolithic times (Brace, 1995; We, 1996). Average frequencies for impaction have been reported to be 4.4% for the Middle Ages, 2.8% for Roman times, 1.6% for the Neolithic, and below 1% for the Paleolithic (Brabant and Twisselmann, 1964; Shilli and krekeler 1984; Alt, 1997).
Ninety-nine percent of ancient skulls had great teeth. This skull is 1,000 yrs old. Teeth didn’t start to become crooked until 500 years ago as our mouths got smaller and couldn’t accommodate 32 teeth. Advent of modern agriculture accelerated this as we ate softer food and would chew less. Before agriculture, human jaws were a perfect fit for human teeth. Around four million years ago, a group of our ancestors, the small bodied pre-human australopithecines, had thick, strong muscles attached to massive jaw bones. The large muscles allowed australopithecines to bite with incredible force, which in turn was resisted by bony pillars and buttresses in their facial skeletons. Their cheek teeth—molars and premolars—were also large, round, and covered with an especially thick, hard outer coating of the protective enamel.
During the agricultural revolution, due to the amount of soft foods that were being chewed, our jaws were not being worked enough. The smaller overall size has caused dental issues, such as dental crowning, impacted molars, and malocclusions, which is when the upper and lower teeth do not sit together properly. Tooth decay became more common. The fruits and vegetables that were eaten contained carbohydrates such as sugars and starches. Carbohydrates are the main reason for tooth decay even today. They trigger bacteria to create acid which can attack the enamel in the mouth, which is the protective layer on your teeth that helps fight off cavities. If the enamel is attacked, over time the tooth will rot and fall out. Our nomadic meat-eating ancestors had little to no tooth decay because animal meat contains little to no carbohydrates; solely protein, fats, vitamins, and minerals. The mainstream media does not tell you this, but you could completely cut off carbohydrates from your diet and you would not even have to brush your teeth.
Jaws grow when you chew because everytime you workout a muscle human growth hormone is released which grows the jaw. Not only that but the forces also move the facial bones as well.
Globally, there are 5,146 species of mammal (I realised later that sharks are not mammals, but still, those are impressive chompers). However, as we can see, they don’t seem to be struggling with the malocclusions frequently found in human mouths. When was the last time you saw a horse with crowding, a tiger with an underbite, or a chimpanzee that required 8 teeth extractions, due to small jaws? According to anthropologist Peter Lucas, “virtually any mammalian jaw in the wild that you look at will be a perfect occlusion, a very nice Hollywood-style dentition.” (Mayell 2005). Is it just human genes in particular which are uniquely defective? It seems very unlikely that this would be the case. Perhaps by examining the occlusion of other primates, our closest interspecies relatives, we may be able to get a better understanding of the role, or lack thereof, of our genes.
Research by the historian Colyer, presented in the work of Mills (1963) indicates that the average rate of malocclusion in various mammals, based on thousands of specimens, is significantly lower than in humans. The percentages can be seen in the last column. Interestingly, while the incidence of malocclusion in other primates is still much lower than our own, at 27.3%, it is still an anomaly in the animal kingdom. Let’s take a closer look at this.
When this data is broken down further, we find that O.W (old world) monkeys have a higher rate of malocclusion than what is seen in most other primates, as seen in column four. However, Mills notes that “many of the irregularities were confined to very slight rotations of the premolars, so slight as to be insignificant. The fifth column shows the percentage of irregularity in these two groups when such cases were excluded.”
Mills goes on to state that, regarding the malocclusions present: “They are usually mild, and affect the occlusion but little. They fall into Angle’s class I, and similar conditions are seen in man, where the condition is often more severe.”
Further analysis of the primate specimens indicated that there were no instances displaying class II malocclusion, overjet and overbite. This is fascinating, as the prevalence of this form of malocclusion in modern human populations can occur at a rate of up to 40% (Bilgic, Gelgor & Celebi 2015).
The sixth, final column gives the percentage of instances of underbite or class III malocclusion. While the rate of 24.7% in Colobinae may seem high, research indicates that it may in fact be due to an evolutionary response to their particular diet high in leaves, for efficient mastication. “The results suggest that a combination of mechanical pressures and diet may explain the underbite characteristic and that it is an adaptive trait to these dietary pressures” (Knowles & Sirianni, 2014). Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Class III malocclusions in humans, which is considered to be maladaptive, and can significantly interfere with “mastication”.
GENES ONLY DETERMINE GENETIC POTENTIAL:
@admin Hey man! I hope you’ve been well 🙏
I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but I’ve been trying to get in contact with you. I’ve pm’d you a few times & haven’t been able to get a hold of you. Our previous pm’s have also been deleted & i’m not even able to find the pm function anymore.
Would it be possible to get in contact with you outside of here for a financial proposition? I know i’ve asked you about this before, but I wasn’t ready for it then. I certainly am now.