RNA expert Patrick Provost: “I was just doing what I was hired to do,” he said in an interview. “I had some concerns about something, I searched the literature and I prepared a talk and I delivered it to the public. Being censored for doing what I’ve been trained to do — and hired to do — well, it’s hard to believe.”
Assault on science from within: Medical journal articles
There are plenty of reasons for skepticism about medical studies.
Lab leak theory vindicated in upper echelons
Turley has the receipts. The COVID crazies have singlehandedly done more damage to “the science” and “trust the science!” than anyone who actually hated science could possibly do.
At Nautilus: We can’t seem to copy the “natural engineering” of the human heart
With an artificial heart. So. Blind, pitiless indifference beats intelligence and caring? Some people don’t learn quickly, do they?
Trust the Science! chronicles: The origin of COVID and Wuhan
Wade: Virologists like Daszak had much at stake in the assigning of blame for the pandemic. For 20 years, mostly beneath the public’s attention, they had been playing a dangerous game.
Remember when the lab-leak theory of COVID-19 was “just a conspiracy theory”?
Matt Ridley: We don’t say this virus definitely jumped out of a laboratory, but we do say that if there is one city in the world where a laboratory leak of a novel SARS-like virus from bats would be most likely to happen, it would be Wuhan.
Not only did researchers discover a new type of cell but it has regenerative properties
Did anyone notice that last point? “Progress in understanding COPD has been gradual in part because mice—the standard lab animal—have lungs that lack key features of human lungs.” But then we tend to live much longer than mice too…
A surgeon protests scientific “gatekeeping”
Singer: “… a problem arises when some of those experts exert outsized influence over the opinions of other experts and thereby establish an orthodoxy enforced by a priesthood. If anyone, expert or otherwise, questions the orthodoxy, they commit heresy. The result is groupthink, which undermines the scientific process.”
Dr John Campbell on the illusion of evidence-based medicine
For the past two years, we have been concerned that medical practice and pandemic management have been skewed by selective hyperskepticism and bias. Dr Campbell speaks out, based on the recent paper: We can look at a screen shot, where he targets domination of medical drug approvals by big pharma: Earlier, he expressed concern about Read More…
Shades of “junk DNA”? Tiny bubbles are NOT “cellular debris”
EVs, which are found in human fluids including urine and blood, may be used in liquid biopsies as biomarkers for disease because healthy and sick cells package different EV cargo. It’s getting harder all the time to find genuine junk in the human body. Just as well that Nathan Lents, author of Human Errors: A Panorama of Our Glitches, from Pointless Bones to Broken Genes, probably isn’t listening.
So now there are two brains in our bodies that “just somehow evolved”
The gut nervous system has come to be called a “second brain.” No wonder that, in order to account for all this specified complexity, evolutionary biologists must elevate natural selection into some form of magic, then persecute non-believers.
Imagine that! A whole new family of helpful proteins discovered in the lung
Randomly evolved, after billions of flops.
At BMJ: Evidence based medicine running into many of the same problems as felled earlier reform movements
Op-ed: “Ironically, industry sponsored KOLs [key opinion leaders] appear to enjoy many of the advantages of academic freedom, supported as they are by their universities, the industry, and journal editors for expressing their views, even when those views are incongruent with the real evidence. While universities fail to correct misrepresentations of the science from such collaborations, critics of industry face rejections from journals, legal threats, and the potential destruction of their careers.”
Dr John Campbell, more on Ivermectin
Here is Dr John Campbell on Ivermectin (IVM): Recall, here is a picture of the kit used in Uttar Pradesh, India where the sort of protocol illustrated helped break the Delta dominated wave: Food for thought. END
A media bias takedown by the Frontline Doctors
If you needed a case study on loaded language driven slanted reporting, here is a case study that deserves to be headlined: For context, see the de-spin chart: Remember, this has been with lives on the line. END