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Top FDA Official Suggests Spacing Out Vaccines to Avoid Side Effects

re: WSJ
re: scientific fraud

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

Vaccines are not and were NEVER tested in combination? Yet they are routinely given that way, based only on the assumption that it’s fine.

IMO, it is risky and therefore foolish to get more than one vaccination every two weeks.

Top FDA Official Suggests Spacing Out Vaccines to Avoid Side Effects

2023-09-23. Emphasis added.

Side effects of the vaccines include heart inflammation, severe allergic shock, and nausea

A top official at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is suggesting people space out vaccines for COVID-19, influenza, and respiratory syncytial (RSV).

"I have to be an honest person and say that some people are saying, 'well, could I get RSV, COVID, and the flu vaccine on the same day?' Yes, indeed, you could," Dr. Peter Marks, the official, said. "But honestly, I might not just because each of them can potentially make one a little fatigued or have a little bit of a fever. And I might just want to space them out a little bit."

He added later, "Oftentimes, we suggest if you want to minimize the chance of interactions and minimize confusing side effects from one with another, you wait about two weeks between the vaccines."


WIND: curious phrasing (“honest person”).

As for the COVID vaccine, getting it has no rational justification, excepting those at high risk for some reason and even then it’s not clear it has value given the current weak state of the COVID virus and its rapidly evolving nature.

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WSJ: The Band of Debunkers Busting Bad Scientists

re: WSJ
re: scientific fraud

re: ‘Replication crisis’ spurs reforms in how science studies are done (nope!)
re: Research Fraud at Stanford Confirmed and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya Reveals Stanford University's Attempts To Derail COVID Studies

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

Tip of the iceberg.

It doesn’t even begin to look at the ways studies are fraudulent, particularly medical studies. But at least this approach will ferret-out the ferrets out there faking data.

The problem is not new; back in 2005 (18 years ago!): Ioannidis: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False

BTW, did you know that most meta analyses are basically the opinion of the authors on what to include and exclude? Meta analyses are not science.

xkcd: Meta Analysis

WSJ: The Band of Debunkers Busting Bad Scientists

2023-09-24. Emphasis added.

Stanford’s president and a high-profile physicist are among those taken down by a growing wave of volunteers who expose faulty or fraudulent research papers

An award-winning Harvard Business School professor and researcher spent years exploring the reasons people lie and cheat. A trio of behavioral scientists examining a handful of her academic papers concluded her own findings were drawn from falsified data.

It was a routine takedown for the three scientists—Joe Simmons, Leif Nelson and Uri Simonsohn—who have gained academic renown for debunking published studies built on faulty or fraudulent data. They use tips, number crunching and gut instincts to uncover deception. Over the past decade, they have come to their own finding: Numbers don’t lie but people do. 

At least 5,500 faulty papers were retracted in 2022, compared with 119 in 2002, according to Retraction Watch, a website that keeps a tally. The jump largely reflects the investigative work of the Data Colada scientists and many other academic volunteers, said Dr. Ivan Oransky, the site’s co-founder. Their discoveries have led to embarrassing retractions, upended careers and retaliatory lawsuits. 


...The data detectives hope their work will keep science honest, at a time when the public’s faith in science is ebbing. The pressure to publish papers—which can yield jobs, grants, speaking engagements and seats on corporate advisory boards—pushes researchers to chase unique and interesting findings, sometimes at the expense of truth, according to Simmons and others.


WIND: science in terms of studies have very very low credibility, and have for 20 years. Science the process takes a lifetime or three to get to something closer to the truth. And today, follow the money explains everything you need to know, whether it is the oxymoronic “climate science” (mostly religion), or COVID “follow the science” (mostly propaganda).

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CDC Advisers Recommend Pfizer RSV Vaccine for Pregnant Women

re: RSV

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

RSV (respiratory synctial virus) threatened my first-born while in the NICU 26 years ago. So I have some memory of the fear.

Vaccines carry risks

Vaccines can carry huge and unknown risks. New never-before used vaccines carry the highest risk. And here we are.

We like to think that botched vaccines are all in the past, but no one but a propagandist can make that assertion. The first RSV vaccine attempt did not go well:

Attempts to develop an RSV vaccine began in the 1960s with an unsuccessful inactivated vaccine developed by exposing the RSV virus to formalin (formalin-inactivated RSV (FI-RSV)).[19] This vaccine induced a phenomenon that came to be known as vaccine-associated enhanced respiratory disease, in which children who had not previously been exposed to RSV and were subsequently vaccinated would develop a severe form of RSV disease if exposed to the virus itself, including feverwheezing, and bronchopneumonia.[19] Some eighty percent of such children (vs. 5% of virus-exposed controls) were hospitalized, and two children died of lethal lung inflammatory response during the first natural RSV infection after vaccination of RSV-naive infants.[19] This disaster hindered vaccine development for many years to come.[19]

CDC Advisers Recommend Pfizer RSV Vaccine for Pregnant Women

2023-09-22. Emphasis added.

The CDC's advisory committee has recommended the RSV vaccine for women in the late stages of their pregnancies.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) advisory committee on Friday recommended that expectant mothers receive the Pfizer vaccine against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) during the late stage of their pregnancies.

The CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted 11 in favor of the recommendation and one opposed. The next step is formal approval from CDC Director Mandy Cohen, which is expected to make this vaccine part of the Vaccines for Children Program, further enhancing its accessibility.
[WIND: accessibility profitability]

...RSV is responsible for numerous hospitalizations and fatalities among infants in the United States. Last week, the CDC warned that a combination of COVID-19, RSV, and influenza at the same time could overwhelm hospitals and place a burden on the U.S. health care system this winter.

...Meanwhile, some concerns have been raised regarding the potential safety risks of the Pfizer maternal RSV vaccine.


WIND: note the fearmongering.

IMO, it is very poor medical judgment to recommend a brand-new vaccine at-large which has no track record and unknown harms. When you read the quotes and their fearmongering, follow the money. To do so with pregnant women might end up being a net benefit (let’s hope so), but it’s also possible that unknown harms will be found, some severe or deadly. Follow the money always applies. But maybe this time all will go well and a terrific societal benefit will accrue.

But... presumably this new RSV vaccine, developed and tested and validated by the company that stands to profit handsomely (Pfizer) will be just fine. What could possibly go wrong? With the FDA bought and paid for by Big Pharma, approval has minimal credibility; it’s a very low bar.

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E-nough: Electric bikes and gas-powered mopeds are reversing more than a decade’s safety progress

re: City Journal

Electric bikes can be useful and do have their advocates, but are also problematic.

I find them extremely annoying on the road due to inexperienced and inconsiderate riders overtaking (on hills), surprising me with no warning and too-little room. They are a terrible mix with regular cyclists and walkers/hikers on trails especially, but on roads they can be nearly silent and thus dangerous.


2023-09-21. Emphasis added.

Electric bikes and gas-powered mopeds are reversing more than a decade’s progress in making New York’s dense streets safer for pedestrians and traditional cyclists.

Early this month, after more than ten years of operation, New York’s Citi Bike bicycle-share program marked a grim milestone: the first-ever death of a pedestrian hit by a Citi Bike rider. The cyclist wasn’t riding one of Citi Bike’s traditional blue-pedal bikes when he allegedly hit and killed 69-year-old Priscilla Loke, but rather an electric bike.

Loke’s death is yet another reminder that battery-powered electric bikes, and their new cousins, gas-powered mopeds, are not bicycles but fast-moving motorized vehicles. Those vehicles’ proliferation on New York’s dense streets, encouraged by supposed safe-streets advocates and city government, is reversing more than a decade’s progress in making New York’s streets more hospitable to pedestrians and traditional pedal cyclists. 

...Those vehicles have also discouraged traditional pedal cyclists, particularly female cyclists. The percentage of female commuting cyclists plateaued in 2018, at less than half the rate of male cyclists, after more than a decade of growth. A major goal of the livable-streets movement until recently was to encourage more women to bicycle, but it has been largely silent as fast-moving, wrong-way male e-cyclists and moped drivers who commandeer bike lanes scare female riders off the streets...

...E-bike advocates will argue that the bikes have benefits, such as allowing older cyclists and people with weak knees to ride. That is true but irrelevant in the real-world New York City context, where the costs far outweigh the benefits. There’s no evidence, for example, that the proliferation of e-bikes has lured people out of cars, thus reducing traffic...

Nor is there evidence that e-bikes have calmed traffic, making streets safer and more pleasant. As livable-streets advocates have long argued, the presence of pedestrians and traditional cyclists helps to slow car and truck traffic, making streets safer for everyone. But car and truck drivers who must look in all directions for fast-moving e-cyclists and moped drivers aren’t made calmer and more attentive. They are made more anxious, frustrated, and angry—and so are the rest of us as we attempt to walk or pedal around town.

WIND: electric bikes have become dangerous IMO, because new riders do not follow any of the accepted protocols when riding (eg no warning when overtaking), and have deadly-poor situational awareness. Then they go burn down the apartment when the cheap Chinese-made batteries explode.

EBikes are also heavy, weight 50 to 100 pounds or more. At 20 mph, they become deadly projectiles just from 5mph more speed (energy is mV^2 so 20 mph is 77% more energy than 15mph). For context, my road bike is 15 pounds.

At least here in California, you have to pedal to make an electric bike assist you. But there are ebikes that just have a throttle just like a motorcycle, and can hit 30+ mph with no physical effort. The latter should be regulated just like motor vehicles IMO.

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Pfizer-Funded Study Shows Poor Effectiveness for COVID-19 Vaccine in Young Children

re: WSJ
re: child abuse

re: FDA Has 'Gone Rogue' in Its Approval of New COVID-19 Boosters

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

In this case, if Pfizer funded the study, and if the results still suck for children, what does that tell you? Probably that there is not only minimal benefit, but all the nasty problems that occur and will occur are not even dealt with.

See also:
Cancers Appearing in Ways Never Before Seen After COVID Vaccinations: Dr. Harvey Risch

Pfizer-Funded Study Shows Poor Effectiveness for COVID-19 Vaccine in Young Children

2023-09-21. Emphasis added.

A new study funded by Pfizer found the company's COVID-19 vaccine did not perform well in children under 5.

Children aged 6 months to 4 years are supposed to receive three shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. The number was increased from two when early testing showed little effectiveness.


WIND: in other words, the “vaccine” did not perform, so they tried to enlarge the cohort to get some result that could hide the idiocy of the whole thing, for a problem that does not exist—children were not and are not at risk from COVID, rare (really rare) exceptions aside.

Those who would “vaccinate” children against COVID, which poses no threat whatsoever to them, are child abusers, aided and abetted by the most ethically dubious doctors in the past century. Three doses into a young immune-naive body is outrageous.

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New Study Detects Spike Protein 6 Months After COVID-19 Vaccination

re: WSJ

re: FDA Has 'Gone Rogue' in Its Approval of New COVID-19 Boosters

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

Real science is when you take a study like this, and replicate it, or refute it. No, not Big Pharma or the FDA (utterly corrupt), but multiple independent studies if those still exist (follow the money).

See also: Cancers Appearing in Ways Never Before Seen After COVID Vaccinations: Dr. Harvey Risch

New Study Detects Spike Protein 6 Months After COVID-19 Vaccination

2023-09-12. Emphasis added.

A study in Proteomics Clinical Applications found spike protein in individuals six months after vaccination, challenging claims mRNA in COVID-19 vaccines break

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), mRNA from COVID-19 vaccines is “broken down within a few days after vaccination and doesn’t last long in the body”—a position it has adhered to since the pandemic's beginning, despite research suggesting otherwise (pdf). The CDC refers to mRNA as “messenger RNA,” whereas regulatory documents and Pfizer refer to the mRNA in COVID-19 vaccines as “modified RNA.”

Yet a new study published on Aug. 31 in Proteomics Clinical Applications found spike protein in the biological fluids of people who received an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine six months after vaccination, suggesting mRNA may be integrated or retranscribed in some cells.

On its “Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines” webpage, the CDC states that it’s a myth that COVID-19 vaccines can alter DNA.

...The current analysis and previous studies challenge this position...

WIND: I don’t see how one can reconcile the “few days” claimed by the FDA vs the claims here, unless it’s just a bad study (that’s why no one study should ever be trusted), or the FDA is willfully turning a blind eye.

“Integrated” presumably means permanent modification of DNA, where at least some cells of the body will manifest the spike protein forever—causing an auto-immune (possibly subclinical) that will never disappear?

IMO, the modified RNA gene therapy Jab has never had any credible scientific trials using proper controls to establish the real dangers (or lack thereof) of the Jab. The original (and IMO bogus due to funding and sloppiness) trials had the control groups eliminated, presumably to hide negative effects.

BTW, with individuals you must presume innocence, but with organizations and governments guilt must be presumed as the only rational viewpoint, until full transparency is manifest. Only children and idiots could think otherwise.

Got your Big-Pharma-profits Jab for the extra-mild COVID that’s going around?

See also: Chinese Government Lays Off Entire Propaganda Team As American Media Doing Their Job For Them

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Asthma Peak Week is Here: But Can you CURE your Asthma? I did!

re: asthma

Apparently they are calling it asthma peak week and offering the usual marginal advice to basically put up with it and minimize it.

I am making no claim here other than for myself: my asthma is CURED and has been since July 2020 (3+ years after 34 years of suffering). Never came back. And I’ve had feedback from readers who have done the same.

Will what worked for me work for you? No idea.

Magnesium chloride
Magnesium chloride

Your “expert” doctor will never tell you that for some people (a few, a lot, I have no idea), magnesium deficiency can play a starring role in your asthma. Rather, your doctor is likely to denigrate/laugh/scoff at you for suggesting it, because they are trained to have a closed mind resistant to the radical idea that what goes into your body actually affect how it functions.Decades of my life impaired, and $20K in inhalers because of their feckless incompetence—despicable.

If you do not at least try magnesium supplementation to address magnesium deficiency, then you are batshit crazy, because magnesium is a critical nutrient, and just about everyone is deficient. Please, talk to your doctor first, since everyone has a different situation.

WAIT—do not follow my advice here. I am not a doctor, just a dumb-ass engineer. Just because I cured my asthma doesn’t mean a damn thing—just keep taking your meds.

Stay away from magnesium oxide (nearly useless) and magnesium apartate (excitotoxin). My preference is magnesium chloride, which is just like table salt except that the cation is Mg instead of Na. And you need chloride (Cl-) too. Perfect absorption, no poop-stain problems as with some forms eg too much citrate. Daily supplementation is 300mg to 500mg elemental magnesium (critical point: elemental), but much more is needed to address a deficiency and for many months.

Make sure you use a magnesium that is ultra low in heavy metals.

Even if it does not help asthma (and allergies), it might improve your health in “subclinical” ways—meaning you won’t have serious problems later in life. With rare exceptions, the medical establishment treats disease and you are the grist for their mill.

Mg for more than asthma — heart disease, stroke, diabetes, etc

Print out the reference paper here for your doctor, then hand it to them when they mock you for suggesting it:

BMJ: “Subclinical magnesium deficiency: a principal driver of cardiovascular disease and a public health crisis

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Covid Vaccine Boosters and FDA Science

re: WSJ

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

Following “the science” is for children and idiots.

Are you starting to see how the gears of the machine work?

See also: Vaccination Offers 'No Meaningful Protection' Against Long COVID and CDC Refuses to Release Updated Information on Post-COVID Vaccination Heart Inflammation

WSJ: Covid Vaccine Boosters and FDA Science

2023-09-17. Emphasis added.

The FDA last week approved updated boosters based on data showing they generated antibodies and past studies purportedly demonstrating that the original vaccine and earlier booster versions worked. But these are large extrapolations based on flimsy evidence. No placebo-controlled trials have shown the boosters are effective, and studies on prior boosters systemically suffer from what scientists call “healthy user bias”—the process by which healthier people, who are more likely to receive a treatment, skew retrospective analyses.

One widely cited study from Israel found people who got the first boosters were 90% less likely to die of Covid within a 54-day period. Yet scientists from Stanford and the University of California, San Francisco, who analyzed the data estimated that those who didn’t get boosters were also 94.8% more likely to die of non-Covid causes during the same period.[absolute numbers matter, but it shows how misleading things can be]

Criticism of the FDA’s rush to roll out boosters for everyone, regardless of risk, isn’t coming only from partisans. One of the most vocal critics has been UCSF epidemiologist Vinay Prasad, an avowed Bernie Sanders supporter, who has also ridiculed shaky evidence used to support mask mandates and lockdowns

“The standard for truth and misinformation must be consistent,” Dr. Prasad wrote in a recent Substack post. “It is concerning when news outlets permit political scientists to lie to promote a dubious vaccination campaign that is not followed by peer nations.” The U.K. and Australia haven’t recommended boosters for healthy people under 65.

University of Pennsylvania professor Paul Offit, a leading vaccine advocate, has also criticized the weak evidence public-health officials have used to support updated boosters, especially for those at low risk. Officials have adopted a position of “absolutism,” he recently explained on a University of Iowa podcast, because “when you show that you’re in any sense questioning, it looks bad.”

Never mind that questioning the “science” is how science works.


WIND: got your Big Pharma profits Jab yet?

I haven’t had a flu vaccine in ~10 years. And I have not gotten the flu in all those years either. Must be pure luck.

FDA Has 'Gone Rogue' in Its Approval of New COVID-19 Boosters: Dr. Robert Malone


Dr. Malone accused the FDA of flouting its own rules and "going rogue" by green-lighting updated COVID-19 vaccines with limited clinical trial data.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has "gone rogue," according to virologist Dr. Robert Malone, who accused the federal agency of sacrificing its own rules and regulations with its decision to recommend the latest batch of COVID-19 boosters, which only have limited clinical trial data attesting to their efficacy and safety.

Dr. Malone made the remarks in an interview with EpochTV's "Crossroads" program on Sept. 11, the day that the FDA cleared new COVID-19 vaccines in a bid to counter the waning effectiveness of the currently available shots.
"It's difficult to conclude anything other than the FDA is no longer feeling bound by their own rules and regulations," Dr. Malone said. "The term is—they've gone rogue."


"There's essentially no data," Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo said at a recent news conference, where he suggested that people might be better off passing on the new round of shots.

"Not only that, but there are a lot of red flags," Dr. Ladapo added, while pointing to studies finding that the effectiveness of the vaccines turns negative over time.

“There's been no clinical trial done in human beings showing that it benefits people, there's been no clinical trial showing that it is a safe product for people."

He also noted that studies have linked previous versions of the COVID-19 vaccine to cardiac problems such as heart inflammation.

"It's truly irresponsible for FDA, CDC, and others to be championing something ... when we don't know the implications of it," Dr. Ladapo said.


WIND: as a wholly captured subsidiary of Big Pharma, turning a blind eye to reality is the FDA’s game—I see nothing new here other than the gears of the machine being more exposed.

CDC Refuses to Release Updated Information on Post-COVID Vaccination Heart Inflammation

2023-09-23. Emphasis added.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is refusing to release updated information on reported cases of myocarditis and pericarditis following COVID-19 vaccination.


The labels for the new vaccines say they can cause myocarditis.

"Postmarketing data with authorized or approved mRNA COVID-19 vaccines demonstrate increased risks of myocarditis and pericarditis, particularly within the first week following vaccination," the labels state. While some people have recovered, others have not. The labels also say, "Information is not yet available about potential long-term sequelae."

WIND: individuals should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. Organizations and especially the government should be presumed guilty until proven otherwise by transparent release of information—only children and idiots think otherwise.

Getting a gene therapy Jab for the common cold is idiotic for almost everyone.

Masks for COVID or Influenza Don’t Work

re: City Journal

Particulate respirator in use for safe excercise
Particulate respirator in use for safe excercise

If magical self-powering physics-defying torus fields are your thing, then mask up. Except that masks work a lot better.

Back in early 2020 when COVID was a mystery, I recommended N100 masks as a precaution. It is interesting that N100 masks do not seem to be considered in tests, being 20X more effective than N95 masks. But even vented N100/P100 respirators make breathing a lot harder, making them unusable for many elderly and lung-impaired people.

Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, I’m again starting to see cyclists masked up while riding (alone) in the cleanest summer air we’ve had for many years. The “ugly people wear masks” hypothesis does not hold up for cyclists so I presume it is COVID hysteria on the rise.

Instead of a mask, wash your hands properly; hardly anyone does, including some doctors (personal observation!): How to Wash Your Hands Properly

More Mask Hysteria

2023-09-14. Emphasis added.

...Randomized controlled trials are the gold standard of medical research, and Cochrane reviews are the gold standard for reviewing such trials. A recent Cochrane review found, “Wearing masks in the community probably makes little or no difference to the outcome of influenza-like illness (ILI)/COVID-19 like illness”—or “to the outcome of laboratory-confirmed influenza/SARS-CoV-2”—“compared to not wearing masks.” Moreover, “The use of a N95/P2 respirators compared to medical/surgical masks probably makes little or no difference.” Stating things even more plainly, the review’s lead author, Oxford’s Tom Jefferson, said of masks in a subsequent interview with Australian investigative journalist Maryanne Demasi, “There is just no evidence that they make any difference. Full stop.”

As Cochrane observed, 16 randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have now been conducted on surgical or cloth masks, none of which has provided compelling evidence that they work. Two of these RCTs actually found statistically significant evidence that masks are counterproductive in stopping the spread of viruses. Two RCTs were completed during the pandemic. One found no statistically significant evidence that masks work, while the other—touted by mask advocates but riddled with methodological flaws—found nearly identical outcomes in its mask and non-mask groups.

When a medical intervention goes 0-for-16 in RCTs, it’s time to accept that it doesn’t work. (If one needs further proof, check out this chart made by Ian Miller, which shows the striking similarity in case rates between mask-free and mask-mandate states.)

...How can masks potentially increase the likelihood of spreading viruses? Before public-health officials did their politically motivated about-face on masks during the panic-filled early stages of the pandemic, then-surgeon general Jerome Adams said, “Folks who don’t know how to wear [masks] properly tend to touch their faces a lot and actually can increase the spread of coronavirus.” Cochrane adds the possibility of “saturation of masks with saliva from extended use (promoting virus survival in proteinaceous material).”


As for how one should wear a mask “properly,” the World Health Organization produced an amusing video offering this advice regarding children: “Before putting on the mask, children should clean their hands . . . at least 40 seconds if using soap and water. . . . Children should not touch the front of the mask [or] pull it under the chin. . . . After taking off the mask, they should store it in a bag or container and clean their hands.” Then, after conducting this highly implausible regimen, the mask still probably won’t do any good—but being clean, at least it won’t make things worse.

Actually, it will. As German researchers have highlighted, mask-wearers are effectively poisoning themselves by breathing in their own carbon dioxide. They note research suggesting that mask-wearers (specifically those who wear masks for more than five minutes at a time) are breathing in 35 to 80 times normal levels—four to ten times toxic levels. (For N95 masks, the range is 60 to 80 times normal levels.)

Such CO2 levels easily exceed those allowed on a U.S. Navy submarine. Due to concerns about the risks of stillborn births or birth defects when pregnant women serve aboard submarines, the Navy has decreed that CO2 levels are not allowed to exceed 0.8 percent—about 20 times normal levels. So mask mandates have forced pregnant women to breathe in levels of CO2 that would be banned if they were serving on a Navy sub.

Breathing in too much CO2 can result in—among other things—high blood pressure, reduced thinking ability, respiratory problems, and reproductive concerns, write the German researchers. As John Tierney puts it, “No drug with all these potential side effects would be recommended, much less mandated, for the entire population.”


WIND: follow the science?

None of this will matter to mask religionists, or authorities who lost their minds and now cannot accept the painful cognitive dissonance...

2023-09-22 Dilbert Reborn
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I’m naturally skeptical when I see a quote that includes “full stop.” (an anti-intellectual throwaway), as it usually means the argument is poor. Though I don’t see how in this case.

Also call me VERY skeptical on the CO2 claim, though in theory this at least should be some hard science (the concentration part at least). Nor do I see how a surgical mask could trap any meaningful amount of CO2. OTOH, short shallow breathing with an N95 surely could. Due to pollen/dust, I’ve ridden with N100 masks for up to 60 miles in double centuries... but in that case the breathing is very forceful and with major volume vs the mask issue.

RCT = fakeable science

Even RCTs (randomized controlled trials) are mostly bunk, because (follow the money) most of them are designed to achieve a desired outcome. There are dozens of ways to game this system, randomized or not, and if nothing else any undesired results never see the light of day.

Until and unless we have blinded 3rd-party antagonistic trial design (trials designed to disprove) along with a requirement to publish all results with criminal repercussions, trusting medical (and climate) “science” is for children and idiots.

A Proven Water Purifier for Hiking, Emergencies, etc: MSR Guardian

If you are anywhere where the water supply could be cut off (eg SF Bay Area, served largely by a few huge pipes from the Sierra), have you thought about fresh water in a major earthquake or other disaster?

MSR Guardian Gravity Water Purifier
MSR Guardian Gravity Water Purifier

Have some gallons of potable water on hand, but at one gallon per day per person (minimum just for drinking), you'd better have a big garage. Or you can wait for the incompetent government to bring your ration*.

Or maybe you like to hike as I do, and carrying half a gallon or more of water for a long day is not your think. Why not carry a one-pound water purifier and an empty bottle to start? It lightens the load by 4-5 pounds and you can have water anytime you are near a water source.

* Don’t count on boiling water, extremely fuel intensive, and with the government trying to ban natural gas everything and discourage propane—with the electricity out, you and your family are f*cked with an all-electric home and car. A dsytopian future that sooner or later will kill lots of people.

Water for a month or more for a family

Enough for a few friends and neighbors too, who will surely appreciate it.

See my review of the MSR Guardian, which I have used extensively in the backcountry for many years now. Fantastic product that lightens my load anywhere I have a water source; I start my hikes with an empty 1L bottle.

Recently I have stopped buying water on trips, since Sierra water is fantastic for drinking, better than what I can buy. At about $1.49 a gallon at the supermarket, I saved about $20 just the last trip alone. And I don’t have to drive to the store. I refill the 1-gallon Crystal Geyser and Evian bottles, etc. Where this does not work is areas with no water source of any kind.

The MSR Guardian can filter 10000 liters (2640 gallons!) of fluid (stream water, pond water, mule piss, whatever) into safe water, then you replace the cartridge. It is a water purifier that takes out even viruses (WAY better than a water filter).

What it cannot do is take out bad tastes. That’s where the 'gravity' version comes in with an activated charcoal filter in addition to the purification. Note that neither can turn salt water into fresh water, or remove dissolved metals and some chemicals/toxins.

A water filter is unsafe with some sources eg viruses; a water purifier is safe.

MSR Guardian Water Purifier @AMAZON
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The MSR Guardian is terrific for its ease of use and portability.

The 'gravity' version adds an activated charcoal filter, which takes the nasty out of unsavory water sources—exactly what you might need in an emergency. Presumably that’s why it is rated at only 3000 liters (792 gallons). If that’s a concern, have spare filters on hand.

But for an emergency or group supply (larger volumes), have the MSR Guardian Gravity Water Purifier @AMAZON on hand (yes, before the disaster), which lets you fill up a bag and let gravity do the rest—designed for the military and the only purifier that passes the milspec.

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Neanderthal Genes Are Linked to Severe Covid Risk


Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

Maybe. But it does make sense that some kind of genetic risk is involved.

Neanderthal Genes Are Linked to Severe Covid Risk

2023-09-16. Emphasis added.

Study in Italy’s worst pandemic hot spot sheds light on why some people fell seriously ill and others didn’t

...Scientists at the Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research in Milan spent the past few years analyzing possible links between DNA variations and Covid-19. Their study, published in the journal iScience and based on a sample of nearly 10,000 people in the Bergamo area, identified several genes associated with the development of severe respiratory illness. Three of those genes belonged to a group of variations in DNA, or haplotype, inherited from Neanderthals.

...“This study shows there is a particular section of the human genome that is significantly associated with the risk of getting Covid-19 and of developing a severe form of it,” says Giuseppe Remuzzi, an infectious-disease expert and director of the Mario Negri Institute, who oversaw the research. “That section is more important than any others to explain why some fall seriously ill.”


WIND: is there a ferret gene linked to politicians?

New COVID “Vaccines” have ZERO Scientific Support, ZERO Efficacy Data... and NOT tested on Humans

re: Dr Marty Makary MD
re: child abuse

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

Dr Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins University is the author of Overdiagnosed: Making People Sick in Pursuit of Health and other books. A name you can trust for sound medical advice, a doctor who can actually critique studies (few can), a doctor who understands probability — most doctors are wildly incompetent at probability, etc.

Are you beginning to see how follow the money powers the gears of the machine?

See also: Pfizer-Funded Study Shows Poor Effectiveness for COVID-19 Vaccine in Young Children

The real data behind the new COVID vaccines the White House is pushing

2023-09-14. Emphasis added.

What if I told you one in 50 people who took a new medication had a “medically attended adverse event” and the manufacturer refused to disclose what exactly the complication was — would you take it?

And what if the theoretical benefit was only transient, lasting about three months, after which your susceptibility goes back to baseline?

And what if we told you the Food and Drug Administration cleared it without any human-outcomes data and European regulators are not universally recommending it as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is?

That’s what we know about the new COVID vaccine the Biden administration is firmly recommending for every American 6 months old and up.

The push is so hard that former White House COVID coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha and CDC head Mandy Cohen are making unsupported claims the new vaccine reduces hospitalizations. long COVID and the likelihood you will spread COVID. 

None of those claims has a shred of scientific support. 

In fact, if the manufacturers said that, they could be fined for making false marketing claims beyond an FDA-approved indication.

The questions surrounding Moderna’s new COVID vaccine approved this week are still looming.
One in every 50 Americans has a complication with the COVID-19 vaccine.

Pfizer’s version, approved this week as well, also has zero efficacy data and has not been tested on humans at all. We only have data about antibody production from 10 mice.

The FDA, or Moderna (frankly, it’s hard to tell the difference sometimes), should disclose what happened to the patient who took the new vaccine and had a complication that required medical attention.

The public has a right to know.

The last time the Biden administration approved and recommended a novel COVID bivalent booster, last fall, with no human-outcomes data, it was an epic fail.

Only 17% of Americans took it (and some of those were forced to do so by their employer or school).

Not foreseeing such weak public support for the booster last year, the Biden administration had prepaid pharma $4.9 billion for 171 million doses — many of which were tossed in the wastebasket.

Now it is making the same mistake.

Two weeks ago, the Biden administration upped its orders for the pediatric version of the new COVID vaccines from 14.5 million doses at $1.3 billion to 20 million doses for $1.7 billion, which is more than four times as many pediatric doses as were used last year.

There clearly seems to be a special push this time to give it to children — the same group European regulators are not supporting.

In fact, the original Moderna vaccine was banned in parts of Europe for people under age 30. European doctors are not alone.

Dr. Paul Offit, a vaccine-mandate supporter and FDA adviser from the University of Pennsylvania, told The Atlantic this week that he’s not going to take the new COVID vaccine.

He didn’t take the bivalent booster last fall either, despite being 72 years old.

While he disagreed with Jha on the booster, he recently confessed, “Yes, he was wrong, but you know you can’t say that exactly.”

Yes, you can.

America is tired of political apologists as medical experts. They want the truth.

Offit is at least more honest than most experts who put their heads in the sand and parroted whatever public health officials said.

Pfizer made $100 billion during the pandemic. It can afford to fund a randomized trial to demonstrate to the American people the new booster is effective.

That’s the scientific process.

Unlike influenza, COVID-19 is constantly circulating, so there is ample opportunity to run a trial; indeed, Moderna already ran a randomized trial.

?Its trial of just 50 people began four months ago and oddly only reported 14-day side effects.

Why didn’t it enroll more people in its trial? Why didn’t it report three-month effectiveness and do a proper trial

Conducting a placebo-controlled trial in people during this time would not only yield useful information; it would enable further study of those subjects three and six months from now, when a winter surge may occur.

Let’s be honest: Follow-up studies of COVID vaccines in general have revealed a disappointing truth — mild efficacy against infection is transient, lasting just a few months.

Perhaps Pfizer and Moderna knew the FDA regulatory process was greased for them and they didn’t have to.

It’s time for the FDA to resume its role as a regulator and not the marketing department for Pfizer and Moderna.

It is possible a new booster may help downgrade the severity of COVID infection for select high-risk populations, but that’s all the more reason a proper clinical trial is needed.

It’s also worth noting the CDC’s new recommendation ignores natural immunity, which means many schools will do the same.

A February Lancet review of 65 studies concluded natural immunity is at least as good as vaccinated immunity and probably better.

So if a college student had COVID a few months ago, the CDC wants him or her to get the new shot anyway, but the correct scientific answer is the risks are expected to outweigh the benefit.

Supporters of pushing the novel COVID boosters point to the annual flu-shot approval process, which does not require a randomized trial.

But COVID vaccines are very different from flu vaccines.

COVID vaccines have higher complication rates, including severe and life-threatening cardiac reactions. Flu shots have a 50-plus-year safety record whereas COVID vaccines have been associated with a serious adverse event rate of one in 5,000 doses, according to a German study by the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut.

House Republicans accuse CDC of pushing Biden agenda on COVID vaccines
Another study, published last year in the medical journal Vaccine, estimated the rate of serious adverse events to be as high as one in 556 COVID vaccine recipients.

And for young people, the incidence of myocarditis is six to 28 times higher after the vaccine than after infection, even for females, according to a 2022 JAMA Cardiology study.

That’s one of the reasons a study that we and several national colleagues published last year found that college booster mandates appear to have resulted in a net public health harm.

Finally, at a molecular level, some scientists are concerned about what is called immune imprinting and additional ways multiple booster doses can weaken the immune system.

A study published last year in the journal Science described a reduced immune response among people infected who then received three COVID vaccine doses.

If public health officials get their way, a healthy 5-year-old boy will get 72 COVID vaccine shots over the course of his lifetime, if he has an average lifespan, with a risk of myocarditis after each one.

Inexplicably and defying science, the CDC is saying even if a child had COVID three weeks ago, he or she should still get the new COVID shot.

Two of the FDA’s best vaccine experts are gone. Dr. Marion Gruber, who was director of the FDA’s vaccine office, and her deputy director, Dr. Philip Krause, both quit the agency in 2021 in protest over political pressure to authorize vaccine boosters for young people.

Ever since the loss of these two vaccine experts, the agency’s vaccine authorizations have been consistent with an overly cozy relationship between pharma and the White House.

Pushing a new COVID vaccine without human-outcomes data makes a mockery of the scientific method and our regulatory process.

In fact, why have an FDA if White House doctors can simply declare a drug to be safe after discussing secret data in private meetings with pharma?

If public health officials don’t want a repeat disappointing turnout of Americans who get the COVID booster shot, they should require a proper clinical trial to show the American people the benefit.

Public health leaders cannot afford to squander any more credibility and money on interventions with no scientific support.

Marty Makary, MD, MPH, is a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and author of “The Price We Pay.” Tracy Beth Høeg, MD, PhD, is an epidemiologist at the University of California, San Francisco.

WIND: the whole thing should turn your stomach.

Only someone at high risk might consider the “vaccine”, but all over the country they want to jab children repeatedly, children who have zero risk—a despicable form of child abuse. If idiot adults want to go Jabbed as part of their mental health treatment, that’s their business. But child abuse is another matter.

Blocking EMF (Electro Magnetic Frequencies) including 5G: Don’t be Scammed

To be clear, I do not discount the potential health risks of some types of EMF radiation, particularly 5G and especially when the power levels are significant.


Sadly, I had a friend scammed by this $6497 quackery:

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If you don’t understand how ridiculous the claims are, the multiple defiances of the laws of physics, the absurd medical claims, etc, find someone smarter. Or, in this case, trust your doctor. Even a sub-normal-IQ doctor who just had a concussion and partied with Lizzo and Hunter Biden last night will know how ridiculous it is. Any “studies” are cousin Vinny jerking off in the toolshed.

You cannot block EMF with glass, a magic crystal, a cat turd, a rabbit, or a $6497 self-powering torus field (your best bet on a torus is the local donut shop). Let alone have that magic torus field cover multiple floors of your house. But... if you think you can, I have some magic Tigger turds available for $9999 each plus shipping (ewwww!) (+$1000 for optional aluminum plating), with triple overlapping torus fields when placed at the right distance apart ($4999 custom home consulting visit not included) that multiply the benefits with just one daily application of A1 steak sauce*.

* Hint: multiplying by zero is still zero.

There are ways to block EMF of course. Think in terms of new construction in which appropriate metal shielding is in place, which still won’t block all EMF unless there are multiple and elaborate layering systems in place.

The most well known of such things is a Faraday cage.

Faraday cage or Faraday shield is an enclosure used to block electromagnetic fields. A Faraday shield may be formed by a continuous covering of conductive material, or in the case of a Faraday cage, by a mesh of such materials. Faraday cages are named after scientist Michael Faraday, who invented them in 1836.[1]

A Faraday cage operates because an external electrical field causes the electric charges within the cage's conducting material to be distributed so that they cancel the field's effect in the cage's interior. This phenomenon is used to protect sensitive electronic equipment (for example RF receivers) from external radio frequency interference (RFI) often during testing or alignment of the device. They are also used to protect people and equipment against actual electric currents such as lightning strikes and electrostatic discharges, since the enclosing cage conducts current around the outside of the enclosed space and none passes through the interior.

Faraday cages cannot block stable or slowly varying magnetic fields, such as the Earth's magnetic field (a compass will still work inside). To a large degree, though, they shield the interior from external electromagnetic radiation if the conductor is thick enough and any holes are significantly smaller than the wavelength of the radiation. For example, certain computer forensic test procedures of electronic systems that require an environment free of electromagnetic interference can be carried out within a screened room. These rooms are spaces that are completely enclosed by one or more layers of a fine metal mesh or perforated sheet metal. The metal layers are grounded to dissipate any electric currents generated from external or internal electromagnetic fields, and thus they block a large amount of the electromagnetic interference. See also electromagnetic shielding. They provide less attenuation of outgoing transmissions than incoming: they can block electromagnetic pulse(EMP) waves from natural phenomena very effectively, but a tracking device, especially in upper frequencies, may be able to penetrate from within the cage (e.g., some cell phones operate at various radio frequencies so while one frequency may not work, another one will).

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Registered Dietitians Promote Sugar

re: ethics in medicine
re: Nina Teicholz

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

Show me a registered dietitian, and I’ll show you a person trained by institutions taking funding from companies that make money off the slow-poison food supply, memorizing required texts written by vested interests. As with doctors, 'training' is a curiously appropriate term; IMO critical thinking and questioning dogma are way down the list (apologies to those doctors who do exercise their critical thinking skills).

And on top of all that, nutritional science to this day is largely an oxymoron.

Nina Teicholz: Registered dietitian paid by the Canadian Sugar Institute to post videos of herself eating ice cream and peanut butter cups...


This registered dietitian was paid by the Canadian Sugar Institute to post videos of herself eating ice cream and peanut butter cups while telling people that denying themselves sugary food will only make cravings worse

...Here she holds a glazed doughnut, chocolate chip cookie, and says the “best” ways to cut sugar are “with a knife, with my hands, even with my teeth.”

...This sell-out dietician tells parents they can make Halloween less stressful by allowing kids to eat as much candy as they want. “This helps decrease the stash and makes it less of a ‘big deal…Yes, they may barf. That’s a great life lesson.”


WIND: I see no difference here vs what medical institutions and most doctors do. They all have something to push, it has very little to do with your health, and informed consent is a dead letter. If you realize only one thing, realize that follow the money will never fail you in life, working even when there is seemingly no reason for it.

Sadly, the medical and related professions warrant zero trust today. In fact, it is negative trust, meaning you must be on guard for advice that will harm you and yours. And while there are ethical individuals out there, the challenge is finding them because 99% of doctors today cannot practice as they see fit, being leashed by their corporate masters. What caliber of courage would it take to risk a decade of expensive training and/or medical license to speak one’s mind? Superhuman.

Obviously medicine gets a lot right: classic medicine does a lot of good (like sewing up my face after my bike crash). For that I am grateful. But I’m talking here about anything in which scalable profits are involved; that corrupts the entire “food chain” from bottom to top. COVID showed us just how evil that system has become.

As Dilbert Reborn author Scott Adams will tell you, the cure for spasmodic dysphonia is successful for the majority of people, but Google et al have suppressed finding that information—such is the grotesque evil that abounds today. Witness the “no cure” claim at WebMD and every other such site.

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California To Drop 'Medical Misinformation' Law After Judge Blasts 'Dramatic Examples'

re: ethics in medicine

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

This case was/is not so much about doctors as about your right to informed consent,.

Which is now mostly extirpated from modern medicine because few doctors are free to express their professional judgment in the context of their employment.

See also: How “Fact Checking” Obliterates Truth

See also: Court to FDA: Stop Playing Doctor

And who needs a law, when formerly respectable universities like Stanford and now bastions of anti-intellectual ideology? The real threats are not obvious things like laws (though they are prima facie more disturbing) but fascist (in the real meaning of the word) “private” efforts.

re: California’s Misbegotten Misinformation Bill AB2098
re: California Judge Halts Implementation of Law Censoring Doctors (AB2098)
re: California Looking to Legislate Medical Tyranny via Professional Expulsion for Wrongthink on COVID (California Bill AB-2098 Physicians and Surgeons: unprofessional conduct)
re: California Legislature Passes Bill Targeting Doctors Promoting COVID-19 ‘Misinformation’

California To Drop 'Medical Misinformation' Law After Judge Blasts 'Dramatic Examples'

2023-09-14, emphasis added.

California has quietly announced it's ditching Gov. Gavin Newsom's draconian 'Covid-19 medical misinformation' law, which would threaten the licenses of doctors who don't agree with "scientific consensus" on various issues.

The law, AB 2098, was signed into law by Newsom last year. In response, five doctors alleged it to be unconstitutional under the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the US constitution.

Now, as the lawsuit heats up, California has quietly added a provision to repeal the law to Senate Bill 815, which makes changes to the California Medical Board, Just the News reports.

Jenin Younes and Laura Powell, lawyers for one set of doctors who obtained a preliminary injunction against the law in January, told Just the News they were blindsided by the repeal provision, saying it wasn't part of any settlement talks in their case.

"It's incredibly last minute," Powell said. "Thursday is the last day to vote on bills, and it has to be passed by both chambers. There's no opportunity for public input and debate." -JTN

According to Younes, whose motion for summary judgement is due October 2, "We are considering next steps," and "We are unlikely to move for dismissal at this time, certainly not until repeal is complete.."


WIND: Small wins feel good but the big picture needs endless toil.

If you do not have a right to your own person and property, you have no rights. California’s thought-control law was a chilling reminder of getting what you voted for, and nothing has changed other than “too far” in this one case. Voters here in California will keep the sociopaths in power that put this law into place.

Taibbi: On Missouri v. Biden and "The New Abnormal": Interview With Dr. Aaron Kheriaty

re: ethics in medicine
re: follow the money

re: Matt Taibbi
re: Dr Aaron Kheriaty

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

Modern heroes are doing their part. Will they succeed?

On Missouri v. Biden and "The New Abnormal": Interview With Dr. Aaron Kheriaty

2023-09-14, emphasis added.

One of the plaintiffs in the landmark censorship case offers thoughts on last week's ruling, plus a general warning

...Between the Other Pandemic article and the signing of the Great Barrington Declaration opposing lockdowns with future co-plaintiffs Dr. Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford and Dr. Martin Kulldorff of Harvard, Kheriaty found himself subject to increasingly absurd pressures. In September 2021, for instance, Kheriaty gave an interview to podcaster Alison Morrow that was not only removed by YouTube, and caused Morrow’s account to be frozen, but eventually got Morrow fired from a day job she held with the state of Washington, as bosses demanded she stop all interviews with anyone who “undermined” vaccine mandates. YouTube framed the interview as “misinformation” because it was seen to “contradict expert consensus from local health authorities or the World Health Organization.” 

...Covid led Kheriaty down the path of becoming the most ambitious theorist of the censorship-industrial age, pondering the pandemic’s mysteries. Why were things academics once would have discussed, like pandemic policy, presented as diktatsbeyond the scope of debate? Why was the general population so accepting of such non-negotiable decrees? Why did the medical community shrug as concepts like informed consent — so central to modern medical ethics that it’s the first entry in the 1947 Nuremberg Code — were replaced overnight with new doctrines de-emphasizing individual care and stressing collective “safety” issues? Why was language infected with odd catastrophizing tendencies (e.g. from bending to flattening to “smashing the curve”), and why were issues once thought of as social matters best resolved through discussion and democratic reform, like racism, suddenly being re-framed as public health or national security matters? 


Dr. Kheriaty: ...And I think what’s being colonized now by our approach to novel biotechnologies and information technologies is the human body itself. And when it comes to censorship, the human mind itself... Cognitive infrastructure is the thoughts inside Matt Taibbi’s head, which need to be protected from bad ideas, like the stuff that Aaron wrote about in The New Abnormal.

This is a colonization of the human mind, by government entities that want to control what you think. It’s human nature itself succumbing to the interventions of biotechnology and information technologies.

WIND: I hardly recognize my country. Was it real, or was it an illusion all these years?

The New Abnormal: The Rise of the Biomedical Security State
The Other Pandemic: The Lockdown Mental Health Crisis

Our once-free country (for some, sometimes) teeters on the edge of no return, but there are heroes who fight for our rights, and respect the Constitution and liberty. COVID was not the first or last crisis, what will emerge in my children’s lifetimes?

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Forensic Analysis of Deaths in Pfizer's Early mRNA Vaccine Trial Found Significant Inconsistencies

re: ethics in medicine
re: follow the money

Real science is never settled, and anyone who has certainty on such things is not qualified to discuss it.

Safe and effective? Must just be a coincidence.

Forensic Analysis of Deaths in Pfizer's Early mRNA Vaccine Trial Found Significant Inconsistencies

2023-09-13, emphasis added.

 group of researchers are calling into question Pfizer's and BioNTech's early trial data on its original COVID-19 vaccine after a forensic analysis revealed significant inconsistencies between data in the companies’ six-month interim report and publications authored by Pfizer/BioNTech trial site administrators.

...In numerous cases, researchers found that documentation did not support the cause of death diagnosis or allow one to rule out the possibility of a cardiovascular event with an autopsy.

...“In general, our review of the CRFs found them to be lacking in detail and extremely difficult to interpret and develop a good timeline of events,” researchers wrote. “Often, a subject’s pre-trial clinical history was absent. Absent also were results of the extensive array of medical testing carried out at the pre-trial screening and at other regularly scheduled visits.”... information in the CRFs was often insufficient to support the investigator's conclusions regarding the cause of death.

..."Both Pfizer presenters and the FDA committee failed to ask for and review deaths that occurred in the clinical trial participants after the data cutoff. As a result, they missed a more than three-fold increased risk of cardiovascular death with the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine,” cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough told The Epoch Times in an email.

..."Had it not been for the successful court case brought by the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency, no one outside of the Pfizer and BioNTech corporations would have had the opportunity to investigate the original data generated by this clinical trial and none of the discrepancies reported here would have been revealed," they added.

...Despite early warning signals and other reported adverse events in the post-marketing of mRNA vaccines, the Pfizer vaccine has not been removed from the market and has been approved for the nation's youngest children. At the very least, the researchers said they hope their analysis will inform physicians and other medical professionals of the dangers of the mRNA vaccines so that they can better advise their patients on the personal risks compared with the benefits of getting vaccinated. "This would return healthcare decisions back to individuals and their medical providers where it belongs."

The Epoch Times has contacted both Pfizer and the FDA for comment and has not yet received a response.

WIND: risky or not? When you see that kind of sloppy work along with aggressive attempts to hide data and delay its release for decades, guilt must be assumed excepting children and idiots.

Real science means questioning everything. Especially data provided by the fox about the henhouse. Such investigations are highly appropriate in raising a flag (which is not proof), which should be further evaluated.

IMO, all data provided by Big Pharma is highly suspect, let alone the data and studies that never see the light of day, which is one of many ways that major problems are hidden. Our system of letting the fox guard the henhouse is an absurd conflict of interest, supported by the revolving door to/from the FDA/CDC.

Follow the money.

Big Pharma has a long and sordid history (see court settlements!) of cheating/lying/faking/modifying data. Why should the biggest prize of all ($100B profits!), developed faster than any “vaccine” every before, be different?

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