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A must-watch video on all things vaxx.

I can’t say how much of an antidote this was for my general disgust with the principle characters involved in this pseudoscience panic.

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Skepticism and Cynicism: A tale of the mRNA Spike Protein Part 3: The Pseudoscience Panic Artists

In the first two parts of this series, I reviewed the evidence on the SARS-COV-2 spike protein and how it is one of the main sources of damage in the disease Covid-19. I also reviewed what I call a “pseudoscience panic” that arose recently on social media about the safety of the mRNA vaccine and […]

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Skepticism and Cynicism: A tale of the mRNA Spike Protein Part 2: The Pseudoscience Panic

When we last left our story, we had discussed a research paper about the spike protein downregulating the ACE2 receptor in endothelial cells, which is likely the source of damage to the vascular system that clinicians have observed in patients with severe COVID-19 as well as some long-haulers. We had observed that this paper became […]

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Skepticism and Cynicism: the Pseudoscience Panic Part 1: The Spike Protein

“A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything, and the value of nothing.” – Oscar Wilde The following story is ongoing and will be updated as new information becomes available. It is a story of social media pundits and discussions about the dangers of the SARS-COV-2 spike protein, the potential dangers of […]

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A tale of two government responses…

America — the bastion of science, technology and the very best medicine money can buy. And yet, with only 4% of the world’s population, America had a much larger percentage of COVID-19 deaths that its population would suggest. It is #1 in a category that no one wants to be the winner – total deaths […]

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On Pandemics, Origins and Government Responses

It’s now over a year and a half (at least) since a new virus causing Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) emerged. What do we know for certain, what do we suspect and what do we have no idea about? What we know for certain is that the disease is caused by a member of the […]

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