• Dec, 2022
  • Dec 02, 2022
  • Gravitas: The indirect impact of COVID - YouTube 
  • Nov, 2022
  • Nov 27, 2022
  • Quite a lot of large YouTube channels (doctors, others) are talking about higher levels of sudden cardiac arrest

    Among them John Campbell.
  • Nov, 2022
  • Nov 25, 2022

  • "For the first time we have data in the US that says there's been more deaths (58%) in people that are vaccinated versus people that are unvaccinated." However, more Americans (82%) are vaccinated.

    Sept 21 it was 23% vaccinated people, Feb 22 42%, now August 58%. "We can no longer say this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated." Protective effects waned.

     
  • Nov, 2022
  • Nov 24, 2022

  • Peer reviewed literature used to be looked as as totally reliable. AsMuchAsPossible analytical.

    John Campbell apologized in this video for using peer reviewed science in journals as information when he spoke to his audience. Lancet, Nature Medicine, now open to doubt.

     
  • Nov, 2022
  • Nov 20, 2022

  • Lots of well-meaning, rushed steps regretted here.

    2 years 9 months since Feb 2020.

    Relative risk versus absolute risk highlighted (95% protection had been announced, 1% absolute).

     
  • Nov, 2022
  • Nov 16, 2022

  • Oct, 2022
  • Oct 26, 2022

  • "Pfizer Inc expects to roughly quadruple vaccine price,to about $110 to $130 per dose,after the United States government's current purchase program expires"

    China has severe measures. Still doing lockdowns. Yet, Campbell raises the question, although they have the capacity to do mRNA vaccines, they have opted not to. Why?

     
  • Oct, 2022
  • Oct 09, 2022
  • Doctor on FDA Vaccine Advisory Committee disagree with COVID booster guidance - YouTube 
  • Aug, 2022
  • Aug 21, 2022

  • Idiocy reversed?
     
  • Aug, 2022
  • Aug 20, 2022

  • Jul, 2022
  • Jul 07, 2022
  • In the 1960s, less than a percent of the German population was diabetic. Now it's 10%.
     
  • Jun, 2022
  • Jun 22, 2022








  • May, 2022
  • May 31, 2022

  • Cause to feel uncomfortable?

  • May, 2022
  • May 18, 2022
  • Baby formula shortage in US

    A big plant (Abbot in Michigan) was put on pause by the FDA. After some reports of infection after babies ate certain baby formulas.

    Baby formula is the most regulated food.

    Some have talked about how we may have a strategic security stockpile of energy, but not of food.

    You can make your own formula, but just be careful.

    For babies age 0-3 months:

    -(non-fat free) evaporated milk: 1 can of formula to 4 of water
    -Boil to homogenize

    That's it. But you can also add (sold as liquid form) vitamins.

    Store in the fridge and use for 24 hours. Not more than 24 hours (dispose of it), because it will start to grow mold/bacteria.

    For babies aged 3-6 months:

    -1 can of evaporated milk to 3 cans of water. (ie less water)

    For babies aged 6-9 months:

    -1 can of evaporated milk to 2 cans of water

    9 - 12 months:

    -1 can of evaporated milk to 1 can of water

    ALWAYS boiling to hemogenize. ALWAYS dispose of it after 24 hours.
     
  • May, 2022
  • May 03, 2022
  • Bill Gates published a book called "How to prevent the next pandemic"

    Dr John Campbell pointed out, If it really is how people can save their and others lives, why is Gates, one of the richest people there is, selling it for $25 a pop? Dr John Camplbell has free pdfs of his books.

    Short on money?

  • May, 2022
  • May 01, 2022

  • Calls increase after the first second, and other vaccinations for people under 40.


  • Apr, 2022
  • Apr 27, 2022


  • Apr, 2022
  • Apr 26, 2022
  • Comments on vaccine ads
     
    (insert video later)

  • Apr, 2022
  • Apr 24, 2022

  • Apr, 2022
  • Apr 18, 2022

  • The drug FDA professionals resigned over, right?


  • Apr, 2022
  • Apr 17, 2022
  • Transmissible infection catchup

    There is currently a noticeable increase in hepatitis among children in UK and other areas. Significant percentage of them had had liver transplants (only done when needed in children). Reportedly, at least two of them had had contact, so the cause (unknown) is possibly contagious.

    It's not the first instance of higher infection rates this year. One cause is lockdown measures, which kept people from being exposed to the regular number of things, so these things are now playing catchup, it has been said.

    What is the effect of this in terms of how when less people are susceptible, an infectious disease travels less far whereas if less people are resistant the disease could travel further and faster? Is the net effect of the disease equal, greater or less?
  • Apr, 2022
  • Apr 12, 2022

  • 250k deaths in Africa (1.4b people) reported. In US, 1m (340m people). Note that this data is not great. Reporting is one thing, and another is that many countries, including the US, include any death where the person had Covid at the time as a Covid death (which has been criticized by doctors and others).

    Vaccines produced by the West were not shipped to the global south, and were sometimes shipped after becoming expired.

    3/4 of the 6b doses globally went to 10 countries. Those countries gave their citizens 3rd and 4th doses (of tax subsidized vaccines) while not giving the other poorer countries even one dose.

    2nacheki said the pandemic has been racial.


     
  • Watch knee replacement using the MAKO Robotic arm - YouTube 
  • Apr, 2022
  • Apr 08, 2022

  • How CDC's Vaccine Safety Missed Cases of Myocarditis | ID doc Dr. Katie Sharff discusses new study - YouTube 

  • "Let's review the Israeli study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) recording that the efficacy of the 4th vaccine dose dwindles within 4 weeks. This efficacy reduces to 10% within 8 weeks."



     
  • Mar, 2022
  • Mar 31, 2022

  • Africa, High natural Antibodies to SARS-CoV-2, 65% end of 2021 (very variable, for example high in cities while low in the countryside).

    Not by means of any 'great coordinated global effort to give people vaccines.'

     

  • Commercialization of academia, failed regulation, corporate interests, corruption.

     
  • Mar, 2022
  • Mar 09, 2022
  • Pfizer documents have been made public (UPDATE: This research paper has been withdrawn and reports have it that the report is 'flawed,' so the following is not solid information. Keeping it here and we'll see what happens with this later.)

    ... although some parts seem to be redacted (removed from the document).

    It was made public finally now, it seems, by court order, after a FOI request by a group called the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency.

    The data covered a 3-month (at most) period, early on in the vaccine between Dec 1 2020 and Feb 28 2021.

    In that time, there was 42k cases of adverse affects (25k medically confirmed and 16k not). 42k out of how many doses given we don't know, because that figure seems to be redacted. The document says, "It is estimated that approximately (b) (4) doses of BNT162b2 were shipped worldwide" in that 3 month period. So without that number, we can't figure out a percentage of people who had adverse affects to vaccines.

    There were 1200 fatalities in that period resulting form the vaccine, according to the document.

    The documents are not new. The last data in it is form like Feb 2021. The report was published on Aug 2021 (but the people in the company would have had access to the data from the time it was complete, like Feb 21).

    Campbell asked why this information wasn't published before. It is health information, he noted. We weren't able to weigh the effectiveness of the vaccine when we were considering it, but could have done so better if these documents had been available, he said.

    If we had been aware of the long (several pages) list of medical conditions resulting from the vaccine, hospital staff could have kept an eye for them to better treat them, Campbell noted.

    Currently, many people (and MSM) are preoccupied with the war in Ukraine). Doesn't seem MSM is going to make much of this story.

    Campbell referenced Hippocrates, "First do no wrong." He said he thinks this has destroyed the people's trust in authorities.


     
  • Feb, 2022
  • Feb 21, 2022
  • Woman cured of HIV

    ... third person ever. First woman.

    14 months since being cured without symptoms.


     
  • Feb, 2022
  • Feb 18, 2022
  • Cases of Omicron variant rising in New Zealand



  • Feb, 2022
  • Feb 14, 2022
  • Israeli study makes mainstream the already-known correlation between vitamin D and infection severity

    14x risk of a severe infection if a person has deficient vitamin D level. According to another study from April 2020, risk of death from Covid 10x when the person has deficient vitamin D.

    Yet not talked about by governments. Only vaccines.



    Ivor Cummins comments that high vitamin D levels (or even adequate) is not just about taking lots of vitamin D pills, but rather is about eating an actually healthy diet of good foods, and also getting sun (up to a light pinkness not burning skin). But vitamin D pills are helpful in raising vitamin D levels, obviously.

    Cummins says a comfortable level of vitamin D that makes for a decent immune system function is around at least 30ng/ml.

    People used to have better vitamin D levels than now, according to Cummins. The percentage of vitaminD-deficient white people basically halved to 30% and black people went form like 10% to like 2% (melanin versus sun to produce vitamin D) between like 1991 and like 2002. Mexicans and other tawny people are in between whites and blacks.

    D3 half-life (from vitamin D pills or from sun) is a day or two. Ie daily routine is important for vitamin D (you can't just superboost it one per week or something and expect results that will work every day in between these superboosts). When you eat the pills, it goes to your liver to be converted to the active metabolite 25-OHD. For a vitamin D-deficient person, they might need 5000 - 10,000 IU of the vitamin pills per day.



      
  • Feb, 2022
  • Feb 11, 2022
  • Most children now have natural immunity - YouTube  

  • Dr John Campbell: Myocarditis after vaccination, firm data - YouTube 
  • Feb, 2022
  • Feb 01, 2022
  • Politicians have shifted to saying 'get vaccines to prevent infection' to 'get vaccines because they lessen severe symptoms'

  • Data now shows natural immunity about the same as natural immunity plus vaccines

    (the two bottom lines, which basically overlie each other (not the middle line which is just a bit above the bottom two):)


     
  • Jan, 2022
  • Jan 15, 2022
  • We didn't have a discussion that says 'Where is the threshold?'

    ... 'We all agree, right? that there are circumstances so dangerous that your normal instincts should be put on hold. That if the ship is sinking, then that is the priority.

    'What we have not discussed is, OK, at least the initial variants of Covid were worse than the flu. How much worse than the flu does something have to be before you turn society upside down? Before you allow small businesses to be destroyed and all of that wealth transferred to their gigantic competitors?' - Bret Weinstean

  • Dec, 2021
  • Dec 12, 2021
  • Vitamin D - 4000 IU
    Vitamin K2 - 200 micrograms
    Zinc - 10mg (40mg considered high limit)

    Daily recommendation from Michael Cohen on Dr. John Campbell's channel. He said that if people had treated the disease differently (done vitamins etc), he wasn't sure there'd be anything like the current justification for an international pandemic.

    4000 IUs is for a regular adult. An overweight adult could merit 8000 or even up to 12000 IU. (Fat cells store but don't use D.) Also, Cohen tests patients for low Vitamin D levels.

    Aiming for a level above 50 nanograms per milliliter. For viral infections like Covid and the Flu.

    Vitamin D can be consumed without bad effects. Studies did 50k IU for 6 months and had no health issues from it.

    K2 is because D releases calcium into the blood, which could settle in clumps over time. 100 of K2 for people taking over 4000 IUs of D. People taking 1000 or 2000 IUs of D don't need K because their levels of D aren't high enough to liberate enough K.

    Zinc increased up to 50mg twice per day during a viral infection, Cohen said.

    Zinc should be added to Hydroxychloroquine, it seems to Cohen, for best results. It seems to make the difference.

    D takes time to take effect, to get to effective levels in the body. Like a few days to have an effect, a few weeks to get to effective levels. Zinc can have an effect within less than a day.

    Vitamin D in Israel
     
  • Nov, 2021
  • Nov 14, 2021
  • Dr John Campbell gets 'may be misleading' warning on his video by information gatekeepers

    Here's his response, he starts from the 'may be misleading ... click here to find out why,' and clicks to find out why: Alternative facts

     
  • Nov, 2021
  • Nov 10, 2021
  • Dangerous metals in spices on US shelves

    According to Consumer Reports, 1/3 of samples contained concerning or dangerous levels.

    Didn't matter if they were 'organic.'

    Every brand tested had lots of lead, arsenic and cadmium.

    Reasons? May be grown in areas where heavy metals are abundant in the soil. Grown and imported in large quantities because they're popular.

    Probably won't harm anyone eating a few times a week, but if combined with other sources of exposure like in water and in foods, it could be dangerous, particularly for children whose bodies are still developing. Heavy metals can't be easily cleared or metabolized, so they accumulate in the body.

    Consumer reports put a list on their website so people could check the dangerous ones and throw them out.

    The industry is largely self-regulated, and checks (FDA) are usually for bacteria (like salmonella).

     
  • Nov, 2021
  • Nov 05, 2021
  • Molnupiravir is now the first pill being taken to treat Covid

    They're supposed to take it when mild symptoms appear, and it's assumed the drug cuts death by 50%. It's not a guarantee of success, and doesn't work in everyone, so it's not a replacement for a vaccine.

    Inside cells the virus gets replicated normally. Molnupiravir introduces changes to the genetic code, and that stops it being replicated. And if you can't produce more genetic code, you can't have more virus.

    Molnupiravir was originally developed to treat flu, but apparently has other applications.

    They're also using steroids.

    Merck-MSD has applied for patent.

     
  • Oct, 2021
  • Oct 30, 2021
  • 32% reduction in death from Covid from fluvoxamine (usually an antidepressant)

    A 10-day course costs around $4. A well-known, essentially safe medication.

    Study published in Lancet.

    A proper trial, although there was earlier a test about this in France.

    700 medicated and 700 placebo in Brazil (also of import, most Brazilians are not vaccinated). Treatment began 2-7 days after symptoms began.

    It may have antiviral effect, but these aren't known. How does it work then? It's anti-inflammatory (it reduces inflammation inside the cells). Therefore it could prevent the cytokine storm (alveoli filling with fluid). Some antiplatelet activity also. Also increases plasma level of melatonin (improves sleep often).

    Prozac (floxamine) is another SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor), and though not currently known, may do the same thing.

     
  • Oct, 2021
  • Oct 25, 2021
  • Beginning to delivery less than a year

    for Phizer, sequence a virus and have a vaccine in 9 weeks. 'Compression of time.'
     
  • Oct, 2021
  • Oct 05, 2021
  • "We do know that the immunity after vaccination is better than the immunity after natural infection"

    ... is what the FDA has been saying, which seems to contradict evidence and the opinion of experts. Unless 'better' in this sentence means something other than 'more effective.'

    They say 'it appears ... that natural infection provides immunity, but that immunity is seemingly not as strong and may not be as long lasting as that provided by the vaccine.'

    They say that 'generally the immunity after natural infection tends to wane after about 90 days.' Also contradicts science.

    It also contradicts the position of the UK and Israeli data.

     
  • Sep, 2021
  • Sep 13, 2021
  • Some experts disagree with US gov over booster

    Key FDA meeting coming up. The US gov plan is Sept 20, 8 months after the 2nd dose people can get a booster. FDA Commissioner Woodcock said "We conclude that a booster shot will be needed to maximize ... protection ..."

    In the Lancet today 2 doctors from the FDA (who have announced their retirements due to frustration over how the FDA is handling the booster plan) and 16 other scientists published a letter saying they think current protection is holding up so "Current evidence does not, therefore, appear to show a need for boosting in the general population."

     
  • Jul, 2021
  • Jul 01, 2021
  • New way to lower blood pressure: Strength training breathing muscles

    You suck at a straw that has resistance to sucking. The current regimen being used by researchers is 30 inhalations per day at high resistance.

    "IMST can be done in five minutes in your own home while you watch TV."

    The benefits were significant. Systolic bp dropped 9 points on average (exceeding benefits of 30 minutes walking 5 days a week), and equivalent also to some bp-lowing drug regimens. 6 weeks after the 36 older adults tested quit the training, most of the health benefits remained. (They' got funding to do another test with 100 people.)

    It's not yet known how it works: How strengthening breathing muscles ends up lowering blood pressure. A guess they have is that it causes cell lining blood vessels to provide more nitric oxide, causing them to relax.

    It also strengthens diaphragm muscles.

    IMST stands for High-Resistance Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training.
     

  • Jun, 2021
  • Jun 27, 2021
  • Biohackers aim at producing $7 insulin, compared with $300 insulin from Big Pharma

    Reportedly, insulin costs $1.50 to $5 per vial to make, but is sold for around $300. Biohackers are working on reverse engineering insulin to produce a recipe they will make public, and say they will sell vials for $7.

    Three large companies own 90% of the insulin in the world. Novo Nordisk, Lilly, and Sanofi. Millions of people need insulin, and some can't afford what they need.

    The FDA wants to open the market for insulin, according to some, and therefore they will approve the molecules created by the 'biohackers' [Open Insulin project]. Once they complete their work, they will make the recipe public so community labs around the world can produce it locally.

    'There was a time for being angry,' said one of the Open Insulin workers, 'It's not anger anymore. It's just determination.'


  • Jun, 2021
  • Jun 14, 2021
  • Pakistani town HIV outbreak among children

    As it it a poor, rural town where the parents work every day from the early morning, it is proving difficult to administer medicine to the young children in Rato Daro (in Sindh) who may require it for life.

    The outbreak is believed to stem from one doctor who was using unclean needles a couple of years ago. Although he was punished in the legal system, many say he was scapegoated and the responsibility lies with the government for providing good medical equipment.

     
  • Jun, 2021
  • Jun 12, 2021
  • FDA advisors are resigning because of Biogen's Alzheimer's drug approval

    The drug was approved, but when supporters were interviewed they couldn't say anything more compelling than that they were receiving the news positively because people suffered from Alzheimer's, without being able to say anything in favor of the drug itself.

    The drug came out a while back, and was not approved upon review last year (because no benefits were substantially proven, the FDA advisory board voted 10 against, 1 uncertain, 0 in favor), and since then nothing has changed, but the FDA decided to approve it now.

    It is rare for this type of decision to be overturned, and usually when it does happen, it's after a vote that is closer than the Biogen drug was.

    There are millions of potential consumers for the drug, and Biogen has priced it at $56,000 per year.

    Commenters said that after the third resignation, there might be some real attention on what's going on here.


    3 prestigious FDA advisors who quit:


     

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