Monday, April 09, 2018 by: Mike Adams Tags: authoritarianism, badmedicine, badscience, California, fake news, First Amendment, free speech, richard pan, Social media, thought crimes, Tyranny (Natural News) In the latest stunning assault on the freedom to think, California state senator Richard Pan — known as the “Mercury Joker” super villain for pushing mandatory vaccines into law via SB 277 — now wants to criminalize all bloggers and independent journalists who dare question the official narratives on vaccines, medicine, politics and government. The quest for absolute authoritarianism never seems to end with these left-wing zealots. And California looks more and more like North Korea with each new law. (Is Richard Pan the long-lost cousin of Kim Jong-Un?) Ever seeking to limit public debate, crush independent journalism and control all speech, Richard Pan has a new thought control bill entitled, “SB1424 Internet: social media: false information: … [Read more...] about California state senator who pushed vaccine mandate now seeks to CRIMINALIZE “fake news” about medicine, politics and government
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By Jacqueline Bigar Sun., April 8, 2018 IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY: This year you will make some changes that others might find amazing. Consider stopping any wild actions, especially if they could have financial ramifications. You will not want to deal with problems in this area of your life. If you are single, you will meet someone when you are out and about. This person could be significant to your life. If you are attached, you enjoy your time alone as a couple. At times, however, the need for space will interfere. CAPRICORN emphasizes the importance of financial stability. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Tension builds as your need to dominate emerges. You are fortunate that you can see a matter very differently from how many others do. You are sensitive to others’ feelings, and you understand that you can’t force people to respond as you wish. Tonight: You are noticed. This Week: Monday and Tuesday, meetings provide direction. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) … [Read more...] about Horoscope for Sunday, April 8, 2018
Equitable partnerships for tackling killer infectious diseases CDC/Fred Murphy, via Wikimedia Commons Author : Alimuddin ZumlaProfessor Alimuddin Zumla is a professor of infectious diseases and international health at University College London, UK, and a consultant infectious disease physician at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The appearance of a new infectious disease with high mortality rates can ignite fierce scientific and political competition. A rush by scientists to be first to discover the virus and to claim patents and commercial rights can ensue. The global events surrounding the new killer virus Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) appear no different, as recent political and scientific controversies illustrate. How can we get scientists to work together with unity of purpose to tackle killer infectious diseases? How can we create collaborative international multidisciplinary partnerships and get scientists to … [Read more...] about Equitable partnerships for tackling killer infectious diseases
Omar Passons takes an analytical approach to things. He looks at a pressing issue, does the research and comes up with a plan.Not everyone will agree with his proposals but he doesn’t seem to mind. If they use a fact-based process to arrive at an alternative, or to modify his plan, he’s open.The county Board of Supervisors candidate also knows he wouldn’t be the first person seeking office to present comprehensive plans that don’t go anywhere — because they can’t get elected.To advance his ideas on supporting children, helping the homeless and build housing, he needs a path to victory in one of the most competitive, high-profile campaigns in the region. Not everybody sees one for him.“No one said it was going be easy,” he said. “So I don’t mind putting in the work.”Passons, a land-use attorney with a master’s degree in public health, is running in the District 4 supervisor’s race against a star-studdend … [Read more...] about Omar Passons has big ideas, but can he get elected to act on them?
Monday, February 19, 2018 by: Mike Adams Tags: badcancer, badclimate, badmedicine, badscience, junkscience, medical journals, medical science, peer review, rational, science, science clowns, science journals, scientific fraud, scientific papers, skeptics (Natural News) Much of what gets published in so-called “science journals” or “medical journals” is actually complete “bulls##t,” warn many observers. Brendan D. Murphy has authored a spectacular piece published by Waking Times, offering astonishing details in support of that notion. His full article is reprinted here. Find the original at this link. See more work by Brendan Murphy at BrendanMurphy.net. WHY SCIENTIFIC PEER REVIEW IS A SHAM In recent years the defects in the peer review system have been the subject of a profusion of critical editorials and studies in the literature. It is high time that the world took heed of what the critics are saying, not least of all because of the medical … [Read more...] about Science is BROKEN, and the peer-review process produces “utter bulls##t” parading around as real science