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Medicine is a healing technology, which is based on the manual labor. Consequently, the most effective areas, which were developed along with military affairs, are the traumatology and the surgery with the concomitant dentistry and the transplantation. The pharmacological areas, which were developed along with empirical chemistry, are less effective. The areas, which are not available for the manual labor are least effective, for example: oncology, psychiatry, drug abuse and alcohol abuse.

Genetic engineering is a manual intervention into the "holy of holies" of life, which is fraught with the unpredictable consequences.

Cybernetics is a modern form of the Jewish religious idea of the "golem", an artificial slave. The legend on the "golem" emerged during the Reformation of Catholicism (the system of "servants of God") in Czech. Later, in the new time, a Czech writer Karel Capek invented the modern word "robot". The rapid development of cybernetics, automation, robotics and the computer sciences began after the World War II, which gave the automatic control systems with the von Neumann and Turing machines. The abilities of the artificial intelligence are limited by the mathematics abilities.

Economics is a mathematical analysis of the social “housekeeping” relations as the technical processes. The Model of these relations is built on the political economy basis, the doctrine of the actual political power, who tries to create a society, which is similar to a machine or to a "golem". The economic science reinforces this power by the education system. Any economic law is neither objective nor natural. The economic crisis is a governance crisis.

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