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Eli, reading Rabbi Besser’s original article, I came away with the same feeling that you did and was one of the few female voices defending him on social media . . until I made my way over to his Facebook page and read his dismissive and condescending response to all the women who replied to his article. His reflexive “haters gonna hate” attitude and his refusal to take seriously any woman who feels differently than his wife and daughters was, to me, far more demeaning than the original article. Being dan l’kaf zechut is important and it’s true that occasionally readers make incorrect inferences about a piece, but in this case Rabbi Besser was truly hoist with his own petard.

The oscillating universe theory—that the universe will end in a collapse or ' big crunch ' followed by another big bang, and so on—dates from 1930. Cosmologists such as professor Alexander Vilenkin from Tufts University [20] and Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Max Tegmark suggest that if space is sufficiently large and uniform, or infinite as some theories suggest, and if quantum theory is true such that there is only a finite number of configurations within a finite volume possible, due to Heisenberg's uncertainty principle , then identical instances of the history of Earth's entire Hubble volume occur every so often, simply by chance . Tegmark calculates that our nearest so-called doppelgänger , is 10 10 115 meters away from us (a double exponential function larger than a googolplex ). [21] [22] [23] In principle, it would be impossible to scientifically verify an identical Hubble volume. However, it does follow as a fairly straightforward consequence from otherwise unrelated scientific observations and theories. Tegmark suggests that statistical analyses exploiting the anthropic principle provide an opportunity to test multiverse theories in some cases. Generally, science would consider a multiverse theory that posits neither a common point of causation, nor the possibility of interaction between universes, to be an ideal speculation. However, it is a fundamental assumption of cosmology that the universe continues to exist beyond the scope of the observable universe , and that the distribution of matter is everywhere the same at such a large scale (see cosmological principle ).

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Mr Joe McCloud MBChB MD FRCS (Gen Surg) is a Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) having completed higher surgical training in the Trent Deanery. He has a specialist interest in advanced laparoscopic colorectal surgery including Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery (TEMS) for early rectal cancers, complex inflammatory bowel disease and complex endometriosis. He also has a general, emergency and colorectal surgery practice including the management of proctology including haemorrhoids, fistulas and anal fissure.

Regular exercise improves digestion but can worsen hemorrhoids if you do the wrong type. Cycling often irritates the problem and causes more pain and swelling because sitting on a bike seat puts pressure on the afflicted area. Weight lifting is also problematic because it strains the lower back, which can also worsen hemorrhoids. Stick to activities like running, walking, swimming or doing yoga, Pilates or aerobics if you have problems with hemorrhoids. Exercises that improve muscle tone are especially good for preventing or improving hemorrhoids.

Mr Siddiqi is a Consultant Surgeon at Broomfield Hospital. Within the Department of General Surgery, he is the Lead Surgeon for Pelvic Floor Surgery and the Unit Training Director. Since his appointment, he has initiated advanced Robotic Surgery for pelvic floor conditions and is one of the most experienced surgeons in this type of robotic surgery in the country.

Mr Siddiqi has introduced new and innovative therapies for faecal incontinence and constipation. He has developed academic links with Anglia Ruskin University and is currently involved in surgical research projects in the fields of colorectal cancer and surgical infections.

Mr Siddiqi graduated from St. Georges Hospital Medical School, London and later undertook research at the University of London studying methods trying to improve the detection of colorectal cancer spread for which he was awarded a MD thesis. He completed his specialist surgical training in the North East Thames Higher Surgical Training programme.

Mr Siddiqi obtained further advanced training in Castle Hill Hospital, Hull and Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, New Zealand. In Hull, which is a leading pelvic floor centre, he undertook a Pelvic Floor Fellowship. Subsequently, Mr Siddiqi obtained the rare accreditation for Sacral Nerve Stimulation from this unit.
In New Zealand, he worked as a Laparoscopic Fellow at a busy innovative unit specialising in keyhole surgery.

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Regular exercise improves digestion but can worsen hemorrhoids if you do the wrong type. Cycling often irritates the problem and causes more pain and swelling because sitting on a bike seat puts pressure on the afflicted area. Weight lifting is also problematic because it strains the lower back, which can also worsen hemorrhoids. Stick to activities like running, walking, swimming or doing yoga, Pilates or aerobics if you have problems with hemorrhoids. Exercises that improve muscle tone are especially good for preventing or improving hemorrhoids.

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