Thank you for sharing this very interesting information. I am an amateur sleuth of sorts on the subjects of new information in both medical research and physics, but not being a professional I wasn’t aware of the scope of the difference in the way each discipline approaches it’s theories. This not only shone a light on that, but in how those disciplines can work together to move forward faster.
My father died of leukemia in 1981 and his half-sister has battled and survived the same kind of leukemia twice since then. To know that new approaches to solutions are being sought, that are based in solid physical scientific methods, and not wild speculations that are not based on observable phenomenon, is a wonderful relief.