To my journalist, healthcare, environmentalist and bioethicist contacts (and others) who are concerned about the serious chemical poisoning of highly vulnerable external environments but also intuitively know that the bodies and brains of our infants and children (and adults) can also be poisoned by hazardous chemicals: Be sure to first read the quotes at the beginning of the article, particularly keeping in mind Einstein’s bit of wisdom: “Condemnation before investigation is the height of ignorance.” Also keep in mind the concept of cognitive dissonance (the psychological discomfort felt when a person is confronted with a new truth that contradicts or disproves a deeply held belief.) And then consider the sudden appearance of the epidemics of neurologically, behaviorally and/or intellectually-disabled or impaired children that are now over-burdening our family, educational, healthcare and institutional systems. (Recall that these epidemics … [Read more...] about Adam Schiff, the Persecution of Anti-Over-Vaccination Activists and the Nazi Book Burnings of 1933
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By THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE MARCH 7, 2019 25 Songs 1 ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ (2018) Bruce Spring... Full Track 2 ‘Thank You, Next’ Ariana Grande Full Track 3 ‘A No No’ Mariah Carey Full Track 4 ‘Trauma’ Meek Mill Full Track 5 ‘Sicko Mode’ Travis Scott Full Track 6 ‘Why Did You Do That?’ Lady Gaga Full Track 7 ‘Baby Shark’ Pinkfong Full Track 8 ‘Apeshit’ The Carters Full Track 9 ‘Lucid Dreams’ Juice Wrld Full Track 10 ‘Slow Burn’ Kacey Musgraves Full Track 11 ‘Sunflower’ Post Malone Full Track 12 ‘Bugs Life’ Tierra Whack Full Track 13 ‘Before the Water ... Parquet Courts Full Track 14 ‘We Appreciate Power’ Grimes feat.... Full Track 15 ‘I Shall Love 2’ Julia Holter Full Track 16 ‘Girls Like You’ Maroon 5 Full Track 17 … [Read more...] about The Top 25 Songs That Matter Right Now
“Majorities are never a proof of the truth.” – Dr Walter Hadween “Whoever pays the piper, calls the tune.” – Ancient Proverb “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” – Socrates “Neither will I administer a poison to anybody when asked to do so, nor will I suggest such a course.” – Excerpt from the Hippocratic Oath, which forbids physicians from administering poisons to patients. “A recent study by the world-renowned immunologist Dr. H. Hugh Fudenberg found that adults vaccinated yearly (in the 1980s and 1990s) for five years in a row with the flu vaccine had a 10-fold increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. He attributes this to the mercury and aluminum in the vaccine. Interestingly, both of these metals have been shown to activate microglia and increase excitotoxicity in the brain.” - Russell Blaylock, MD … [Read more...] about Internet Trolls Attack Anyone Exposing the Pseudoscience of Big Vaccine’s Over-Vaccination Agenda
Water from fountains around campus is H2Okay, according to a Spectrum study. Though the pH of water from some fountains fell below recommended U.S. Environmental Protection Agency levels, the water on North Campus was consistently safe to drink and free of harmful metals like lead, the study found. The Spectrum tested water quality from 94 drinking fountains for three days across North Campus, from Alumni Arena to the Natural Sciences Complex. We tested the water for total hardness, alkalinity, pH and the presence of free chlorine, iron, copper, lead, nitrates and nitrites on Nov. 7, 9 and 11. All of the fountains tested –– 94 of the roughly 245 on North Campus –– had hard water, meaning it contained a lot of minerals. Hard water does not pose any health hazards and may in fact help contribute to important dietary calcium and magnesium, according to the National Research Council. Five fountains had very hard water. Seven fountains tested poorly for … [Read more...] about Water you drinking?
In May 2001 a middle-aged woman named Sharon visited her oncologist for what she thought could be her final appointment. Two months earlier, Sharon had been diagnosed with metastatic melanoma, and her condition was already well beyond dire. Her liver was riddled with metastases, a massive tumor was slowly collapsing her left lung, and fluid was pooling in the pleural cavity of her chest. Doctors didn’t expect her to live more than a few weeks. At the time, metastatic melanoma was a death sentence. When melanoma is localized—known as stage 0 or stage 1—it is threatening but easily cured with surgery. But when the disease spreads and finds a home in other organs, it transforms into a brutal killer, resistant to radiation, chemotherapy, and, until recently, everything else doctors had devised. When Sharon was diagnosed, just two drugs had ever received FDA approval to treat her stage-4 disease: a chemotherapeutic agent that had never shown a survival benefit and an … [Read more...] about The Iconoclast