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After careful analysis, biomedical research scientist concludes that virology is a “fraudulent pseudoscience”

January 31, 2024 -

“While most people regard virology as a bonafide hard science, it does not follow the scientific method and has its roots firmly in fraudulent pseudoscience,” he wrote.The field of virology is not rooted in the scientific method

Simon Lee points out that the field of virology does not follow the scientific method. In the scientific method, one must first observe a natural phenomenon. Then, they must form a hypothesis using independent and dependent variables that can ...

A ‘biomedical police state kill box’ is now fully established and mRNA-LNP compounds are ‘cellular genetic dirty bombs,’ warns legal researcher for US senator

May 12, 2023 -

(Article by Stefan Stanford republished from

With a recent study published on the website Nature reporting a major scientific journal had just published research linking 'the vax' to untreatable eyeball blood clots, finding that those who'd been 'vaxxed' were at significantly greater risk of developing blood clots than 'the unvaxxed,' while according to this story at the COVID blog, new research has found thousands of 'vaxxed' patients are finding their skin ...

Report: U.K. spending tens of millions on WOKE RESEARCH

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According to InfoWars, the fiasco is beginning to unfold in the British media about how "tens of millions of pounds" are being given to what Patrick Christys of GB News describes as "pointless woke academic research." The American independent news outlet gave several examples of these absurd research papers.

One academic research paper on comics and race in Latin America reportedly received more than £750,000 (€880,000). Another paper, this time focusing on "the Europe that ...

HEART DAMAGE: COVID jabs cause Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, research shows

January 05, 2024 -

Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, the clinical presentation of which resembles that of acute myocarditis, is listed in a new study as having manifested in a 59-year-old woman who developed the disease after receiving a COVID "booster" shot.

For six hours, the patient experienced persistent dyspnea, prompting her to visit an emergency room. The woman told hospital workers she developed consistent chest pain in the two days prior, which she described as a stabbing sensation that ...

Study: Compounds in seaweeds show promise in cancer research

October 18, 2023 -

Now, studies have shown that seaweeds and certain compounds in them show promise when it comes to treating cancer. One of the studies, which documented how people had been saved by seaweeds, was published in the Journal of Applied Phycology.

Another study published in Marine Drugs described seaweeds as a good source of vitamins (A, B1, B2, B9, B12, C, D, E, and K), essential minerals (calcium, copper, fluoride, iodine, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, ...

One in three science papers is FAKE, research finds

May 15, 2023 -

After screening some 5,000 different published papers using what Science calls a "fake-paper detector," Sabel learned that in 2020, the year of the fake "pandemic," one in three published papers on neuroscience were fake.

In the broader field of medicine, Sabel discovered that about one in four published papers is fake.

Sabel and his colleagues published both of these numbers in their own paper that now appears in a medRxiv preprint that was posted on May 8.

Compared ...

Sorry, vegans: Stressed tomatoes “scream” in pain, research finds

April 21, 2023 -

Much to the horror of vegans everywhere, tomatoes are a lot like meat animals in that they get stressed and even make noises demonstrative of pain when in difficult situations.

Israeli researchers, publishing their findings in the journal Cell on March 30, explain that tomato and tobacco plants that are stressed, either from dehydration or having their stems severed, emit sounds "that are comparable in volume to normal human conversation."

To the human ear, these ...

Russia accuses U.S. of using African people for biological research

November 07, 2023 -

Russian Armed Forces Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Protection Troops Head Lieutenant Governor Igor Kirillov said that these “illegal” experiments are taking place in Nigeria and other African countries.

Kirillov also accused the U.S. of moving biological weapons projects from Ukraine to Africa, Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia under the pretense of public health programs.

He said that a three-year contract between the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency ...

Global warming data grossly exaggerated in most climate models, research finds

2 months ago -

Over the past 50 years, there has been a tiny bit of warming, you might say, as the climate is always changing. Weather is always in flux, ebbing and flowing upwards and downwards with the changing seasons. With that in mind, climate data as it currently exists is hardly alarming when looking at it honestly without the usual climate paranoia.

The Heritage Foundation produced data in a commentary showing that actual temperatures over the years are much lower than the climate ...

Research shows Lion’s mane mushroom can combat dementia and cognitive decline

January 12, 2024 -

Cognitive decline is a serious health issue worldwide, but in many cases, there are ways to reverse the damage, prevent the death of neurons and regenerate neuronal pathways. Lion’s mane mushroom is an important medicinal food that can promote the biosynthesis of nerve growth factor and effectively combat dementia.Lion’s mane mushroom promotes the biosynthesis of nerve growth factor

A study published in Mycology finds that Lion’s mane mushroom (Hericium erinaceus) synthesizes ...

Dangerous FDA ruling allows research trials get away with skipping informed consent

February 12, 2024 -

According to the Federal Register, the FDA issued a ruling on December 21, 2023, finalizing a proposal to the 21st Century Cures Act allowing an exception to be made wherein informed consent does not have to be obtained “when a clinical investigation poses no more than minimal risk to the human subject and includes appropriate safeguards to protect the rights, safety and welfare of human subjects.”

This language seems deliberately vague. After all, they insisted that ...

Government halts further research on cellphone radiation’s health impact despite previous findings?

January 23, 2024 -

(Article republished from

The National Toxicology Program (NTP) has decided to discontinue further studies on the effects of cellphone radiofrequency radiation (RFR) on human health. This decision comes despite their own comprehensive 10-year, $30 million study completed in 2018, which found evidence of cancer and DNA damage linked to RFR. The NTP, in a recent January 2024 fact sheet, cited the research’s technical challenges and resource intensity as reasons ...

Health Research Institute finds 92 unknown molecules and fungicides in synthetic milk

December 29, 2023 -

Health Research Institute (HRI) tested a Bored Cow product, which is described as "a milk alternative made with milk protein from fermentation instead of cows." Using full spectrum molecular analysis technology, HRI found 92 small molecules in the product that are unknown to science, according to HRI Chief Science Officer John Fagan.

Bored Cow is a milk alternative made with milk protein from fermentation instead of cows. "They're completely novel to our food," Fagan ...

Research suggests nutrient from meat and dairy can help KILL cancer cells

December 06, 2023 -

Researchers from the University of Chicago also reported that the nutrient showed promise for use in cancer treatments.

While conducting the study, the research team looked for compounds that could activate a group of immune cells called CD8+ T, which are known to kill cancerous or virally infected cells.

The researchers discovered that a nutrient called trans-vaccenic acid (TVA) was able to boost the ability of CD8+ T cells to infiltrate tumors and potentially ...

80% of new leading research in advanced technological fields COMES FROM CHINA

September 20, 2023 -

This is according to research recently published by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), a non-partisan think tank. ASPI found that China has become the leader in research into a variety of critical fields, including military sciences like hypersonic weaponry and underwater drones, and key so-called "green" technologies like electric vehicles (EVs) and battery production. (Related: Air Force general warns: China boosts military capability by recruiting both current ...

COVER-UP: Federal agency CANCELS cell phone radiation research after safety risks uncovered

24 days ago -

Even though this very type of research is why the NTP exists, the agency has decided that, from here on out, it will never again even attempt to study whether or not cellphone radiation harms people and their pets.

"(There's) no scientific explanation or justification for this sudden reversal," said Devra Davis, a former senior adviser to the assistant secretary for health at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

According to the NTP, it is simply too ...

Research shows pineapples can support digestive health and ease pain from sports injuries

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Despite their name, pineapples don't grow on pine or apple trees. In the 17th century, pineapples were named the way they were because, at the time, the term "apple" was applied to unknown fruits. And pineapples looked like pinecones.

Pineapples originated in South America. By the 15th century, the tropical fruit reached Europe and India because sailors found that eating pineapples helped support their overall well-being during their long voyages. There are now over 100 different ...

Research shows amalgam dental fillings expose pregnant women to DANGEROUS mercury vapor levels

2 months ago -

Details of the study were published in the journal Human & Experimental Toxicology.

Dental amalgam fillings are made from a mixture of mercury and other metals. Mercury is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature. As a liquid, mercury evaporates and turns from liquid to gas. Inhaling mercury vapor is a significant source of mercury exposure.

Other mercury sources include fish and seafood, industrial processes and products. Individuals who work in certain ...

Research reveals forever chemicals may interfere with bone growth in children and adults

January 09, 2024 -

The study, which focused mainly on Hispanic individuals from southern California, was published in the journal Environmental Research.Forever chemicals: PFOS and PFAS

More commonly known as "forever chemicals," PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) chemicals are a family of synthetic chemicals that builds up in humans. PFAs are often linked to different health problems, including cancer.

The two most widely detected PFAS chemicals, perfluorooctanoic acid ...

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