[62] Asimov (see Bibliography Page) calculated that in Lilliputian scale, Gulliver urinated about a ton of liquid, which could explain their haste to get out of the way, but which left Asimov wondering about the environmental impact of that ‘urineous’ flood.

      On the other hand, urine is used by some people as a medicinal (see footnote #??), and there’re people who cite Jesus as saying: "He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water" (John 7:38)

      That’s how religious authorities can get away with anything, by shifting the responsibility to the believer.

Isaac Asimov (1920–1992) next to a sample of the books he wrote (yes, all of them here, and there's more, over 500 books. That's an average of 10 books a year, almost one book a month, and they're all good!)
Photographer: Unknown​

There are explanations for  the phenomena of cure-by-belief. Can you share with us a few?

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