More Right Equals Results

I was thinking about all the conflicting advice and claims through which we have to navigate to find out how to best survive and improve our health and finances. For instance the recent conflicting results between the trials of the anti-SARS-COV-2 drug, Hydroxychloroquine, where patients died, compared to the doctors who were curing 99% of their parients with it.
Or the fact that 90% of people put on respirators died.
And it hit me. I realised a really, really basic simplicity. The person who gets results is more right than the person who does not. (And since rightness equates to survival and wrongness equates to death, you’re better off being right than you are being wrong!)
The person who gets results is more knowledgeable, more in communication or more competent with the subject or tools.
The doctors curing patients with Hydroxychloroquine know the recommended dose is 600 whereas in one trial the doctors killing their patients with it were administering 3-4 times that amount. Over the lethal dose. And the doctors curing patients were administering it with an antibiotic and Zinc. The doctors on the trial who were killing their patients were not administering the anitbiotic and zinc.
Now I won’t go into the possibility that the trials were set up to fail so that they could discredit the $20 solution in favor of the $3,000 alternative, that’s a whole ‘nother issue.
Or why those who formulated the trial did not just copy what was well and widely known from doctors in China and France to be the working trilogy of factors.
The point I realised is that the doctors who cured their patients knew more and were therefore more right than the doctors who killed theirs.
Another case in point. A very few doctors know that intravenous vitamin C will cure sepsis. Most doctors do not know that. In fact in NZ some time ago a family had to hire a lawyer to legally force the medicos to administer IV C to restore to health a comatose man they wanted to take off life support. He fully recovered with the IV C.
There is an old Chinese Proverb that goes, “The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.”
For the man who thinks he can and the man who thinks he can’t are both right.
So my recommendation to you is to look for people who are getting results as they are more right than the people not getting results.
Another rock-bottom simplicity I realised some time ago, there is so much information that it is impossible for one person to know it all. If the person you are consulting for your health issue(s) has not seen it and fixed it before, shop for someone who has!