A Tale of Three Metals and The Fate of Western Civilization

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Biff: LET’S DIG UP TOXINS, PURIFY THEM, AND INJECT THEM INTO OURSELVES! AND BABIES! AND PREGNANT WOMEN! AND LET’S PUT THEM INTO PAINT THAT WE USE IN OUR HOMES WE LIVE IN, AND PUMP THEM INTO THE AIR WE BREATHE! AND LET’S MAKE SURE THAT THE WATER WE DRINK COMES INTO OUR HOMES IN PIPES THAT LEACH LEAD!
Buff: ARE YOU MAD?
Biff: NO, BUT WE WILL BE!

The Romans drank beverages prepared in lead vessels, and brought spring water into their homes through lead pipes. Lead poisoning undoubtedly hastened the fall of the Roman empire. So when we think about the evidence that we are harming ourselves, and our children, with lead in the water, mercury in the air, mercury in flu vaccines, and aluminum in many other vaccines, one has to wonder: what are the likely effects on society?

  1. African Americans will suffer the most. Due to Vitamin…

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Waning Immunogenicity, Vaccine-Driven Evolution and Hyperimmunization: We Can No Longer Deny the Obvious

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UPDATE: HELP ME BUILD THE WWDNYK STUDIO 

NB:This article was originally published on Medium but that account was silenced following publication.

“GET YOUR VACCINES! HERD IMMUNITY! You anti-vaxxers are putting other people at risk!”

This level of ‘debate’ is an emotional appeal to fear and is a form of coercion.

In reality, many current vaccines have reached the limit of their usefulness, and there is no hiding it.

Worse, some current vaccines may make the vaccinated more susceptible to infection from the very pathogens they were designed to immunize against- or other pathogens that the vaccine does not target.

I’ve looked at toxicity of metals like aluminum and mercury in great detail and find a great deal of support in the scientific literature for serious issues with injection of thimerosal and aluminum. Tens of thousands of hours and two and half papers later, we have a viable theory for…

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Where can I find a comprehensive list of autoimmune antibodies and their targets?

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Comprehensive lists of autoantigens, i.e., the body’s own molecules, mainly proteins that become targets of the body’s own antibodies, autoantibodies, are available but they’re not easy to find especially for non-specialists.

Typically, researchers specializing in one autoimmune condition or disease periodically write reviews on the topic and such reviews typically tabulate the most common autoimmune targets identified thus far in that condition or disease.

For example, a 2012 review article lists 81 autoimmune diseases along with their prominent targets (1).

However, recently some researchers have made the effort to trawl through thousands of papers published over several decades and collated the information about autoantigens targeted by autoantibodies scattered across them. The result is an alphabetized and searchable database they call AagAtlas database 1.0 (2). It is freely accessible here: AAgAtlas-index

Its Browse & Download section offers an A-to-Z downloadable list of autoantigens identified thus far. Expectation…

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Chronic fatigue syndrome reversed with lifestyle modification

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Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome(ME/CFS) is a disorder defined by a cluster of symptoms without a known medical cause.  This cluster of symptoms always includes fatigue and exercise intolerance, but may also include digestive abnormalities, sleep problems, and pain.  As of 2015, it was believed that between 836,00-2.5 million people suffer from ME/CFS.

Unfortunately, there is no cure for the disorder, and useful treatments are few and far between.  Pharmaceutical intervention are going to be hard to come by, as the disorder affects so many systems that single-mechanism interventions are unlikely to make a dent.

However, I’ve come across some very interesting research that hints at the absorption of a bacterial component called lipopolysaccharide(LPS) as being a pretty important factor in ME/CFS.  The idea came to me after seeing someone with ME/CFS getting some pretty remarkable results in my Stop Leaky Gut Challenge, which aims to minimize LPS absorption as…

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Political vs. Scientific Basis of Vaccine Safety Claims:Knowledge vs. Belief

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IF I HAVE PERSONAL EXPERIENCE that causes me to understand something, I have personal knowledge (“on the basis of information and belief”). It is completely rational for me to act on the basis of my personal belief, even if I’m wrong. It would be irrational for me to continue to believe something once confronted with evidence that (a) fundamentally contradicts my understanding, or (b) demonstrates that the assumptions underlying my personal knowledge are false. If sufficient new information comes my way that contradicts my understanding, I should, rationally, change my mind. If the assumptions of my personal knowledge are shown to be untrue, I should at the very least seek new information, and my personal knowledge should become uncertainty. If I were to hold onto a specific something in the face of (a) or (b), or both (a) and (b), that personal knowledge would be re-classified into personal belief.

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Carbohydrates, not animal fats, linked to heart disease across 42 European countries

via Carbohydrates, not animal fats, linked to heart disease across 42 European countries

POEM: A Certain Madness

Beautiful.

the !n(tro)verted yogi

there’s a certain madness
running through this world
times of tiding gladness
lightning bolts are hurled

discombobulation
in the soul of state
riding tides of nation
as we’re dodging fate

singing songs of nowhere
drumming beats of now
stumbling down the upstairs
counting whys and hows

subcutaneous drum beat
sinking to the bone
sitting in the fire seat
deflecting all the stones

so many without sin
or so they seem to feel
tossing stones on whim
sharpening their steel

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