Category Archives: Biomedicine

Contemplating the Aftermath: Round One

The First Round of the Wuhan CoV-19 Pandemic is Approaching Aftermath Stage Update: Everything else is locked down, making riots the only game in town Leftist lockdowns destroyed their businesses, took their jobs, closed their schools, closed their pools and … Continue reading

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Life Beyond the Lockdown

Here is an account of a recent visit to a brewpub: Yes, the owner and servers were wearing masks, as mandated by the government. Still, you could almost see the smiles through them. They were practically yelling with delight to … Continue reading

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Finally an Authentic Approach to Anti-Aging

DNA damage is common to our cells, but when we’re young our bodies can fix it pretty easily. Unfortunately we lose that ability over time, leading to many of the symptoms of aging that we know all too well. A … Continue reading

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The Revolutionary Disulfiram Miracle Cure?

Curing Obesity, Type II Diabetes, and More Disulfiram is also known as “Antabuse,” an old drug sometimes used to combat alcoholism. But this old drug is on the cusp of finding some new and revolutionary uses. “When we first went … Continue reading

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China: The Asshole that Demands Gratitude

China is the country that dishes out death by pandemic, but demands the world’s gratitude. Chinese officials initially covered up the outbreak in Wuhan. They have also appeared to be censoring research into the origins of the virus, and German … Continue reading

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Inside the Hell Zones; Is it Bug Out Time?

All objective signs seem to point toward a steady tapering off of pandemic deaths, at least for most of Europe and North America. But there are some who think this is just the beginning . . . of the end. … Continue reading

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What is the Real Risk of Death from Coronavirus?

Prolonged Panic and Hysteria Around the World, and Over What? Seroprevalence studies from the coronavirus pandemic in the Netherlands provide important information that the US CDC and the US media apparently choose not to divulge. Why has our government not … Continue reading

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Take Comfort in Your Lockdowns, for What it is Worth

Who Is Protected by Lockdowns? In the long run, almost no one it seems. It has become clear that a hard lockdown does not protect old and frail people living in care homes—a population the lockdown was designed to protect. … Continue reading

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Naked Asteroid Streaks By Earth: We Never Saw it Coming

It’s Always the Apocalypse You Don’t See Coming On Monday of this week, the asteroid 2020 JJ flew less than 5,000 miles over the Pacific Ocean, well inside the orbits of many artificial satellites — but still far above the … Continue reading

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Sweden vs. the Panicked World

Sweden Moves Against the Tide Rather than taking the “one size fits all” prison-nation approach to dealing with the Chinese pandemic, the Swedes boldly chose to face the Wuhan virus as free people. “When you (in the US and elsewhere) … Continue reading

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Neil Ferguson Disease Model is Garbage

The COVID-19 disease model from Imperial College shocked politicians around the world into shutting down economies and throwing hundreds of millions of people out of work. It predicted millions of CoV-19 deaths in the US alone. Its author, Neil Ferguson, … Continue reading

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Imagine a China that had Nothing to Hide

Can’t imagine it? Neither can I. It is not likely that you will ever have to, as long as the CCP runs the mainland. … someone at the high-security Wuhan Institute of Virology censored its virus database in an apparent … Continue reading

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Coronaviruses Can Circulate for Centuries

Deadly OC43 Coronavirus Has Been Circulating Widely for 130 Years Everyone who saw those past deadly pandemics is long-since dead. Human memories are short, and schools put little effort into teaching children historical perspective these days. Humans often fixate on … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Chinese Virus-Maker

“… we built a chimeric virus encoding a novel, zoonotic CoV spike protein…” __ Telegraph Mysterious Leaked Dossier from the “Five Eyes” While the leaked dossier does not reach a conclusion whether COVID-19 is of natural origin or engineered, it … Continue reading

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When Everything You Think You Know . . .

The map is not the territory. The model is not the reality. The GCM is not the climate. The government is not the country. And we should know by now that the disease model is not the disease reality. When … Continue reading

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We Almost Just Had a Real Catastrophe!

A 500 foot long rocky asteroid made a fly-by of your planetary home this morning. The next one might pass a lot closer. The object in the image below killed off the dinosaurs. Something like that would be a genuine … Continue reading

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In Most Places, Lockdowns Cost More Lives than they Save

“Sheltering in place decreases your immune system. And then as we all come out of shelter in place with a lower immune system and start trading viruses, bacteria — what do you think is going to happen? Disease is going … Continue reading

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Old People Are Dying; But You Will Be Old Soon, Too

In modern nations the greatest killer is not war, famine, or plague. It is old age, and stupid choices. COVID-19 poses a danger to the elderly and the medically compromised. Otherwise, for most who present symptoms, it can be nasty … Continue reading

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Immune in Paradise? Why Do Tropical Countries Have Very Low Infection Rates?

In the graphic below, you can compare the pandemic takeoff between the western nations and the tropical nations. Even though many tropical nations had high rates of travel from Wuhan and from China in general, they did not experience anything … Continue reading

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A Timid and Fearful EU Bows Low to Its Tormenter

“China has continued to run a global disinformation campaign to deflect blame for the outbreak of the pandemic and improve its international image,” the initial report said. “Both overt and covert tactics have been observed.” __ NYT Careful timelines of … Continue reading

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USS Theodore Roosevelt: 840 CoV-19 Positive; 1 Death; 4 in Hospital; 0 in ICU

Coronavirus in Tight Quarters The experience of USN aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, provides an epidemiologic experiment into Wuhan CoV-19 spread and virulence in a closely packed, relatively young and fit population. Sailors occupy tight quarters on board ship. It … Continue reading

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Death by Shutdown: We’re Gonna Need More Guillotines!

The appropriate policy, based on fundamental biology and the evidence already in hand, is to institute a more focused strategy like some outlined in the first place: Strictly protect the known vulnerable, self-isolate the mildly sick and open most workplaces … Continue reading

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News from Seroprevalence Testing in New York

The state randomly tested 3,000 people at grocery stores and shopping locations across 19 counties in 40 localities to see if they had the antibodies to fight the coronavirus, indicating they have had the virus and recovered from it. With … Continue reading

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Are Ventilators Killing More People Than Coronavirus?

The death rate for those treated on ventilators is devastating. In one British study of 98 Covid-19 patients who were put on them or on similarly invasive breathing-support equipment, two-thirds died, according to a new report by our Intensive Care … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Lockdowns are Delaying Herd Immunity II

Lockdowns Retard Development of Immunity Vaccine development may take years. But those who are infected with the virus are unlikely to get it again, within the next year or two. [Lockdowns mean that] no population immunity can be built while … Continue reading

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