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07-12-15, 10:36 PM
Nothing about this surprises or shocks me. It disgusts me and it validates instinctual notions that many have called me derogatory terms for expressing. But he's "just an editor", so I'm sure there'll still be hard core statistical groupies gathering to praise peer reviews, etc. The deceit runs deep and we're the guinea pigs.

“It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of the New England Journal of Medicine.”

Harvey Marcovitch, who has studied and written about the corruption of medical tests and publication in medical journals, writes, “studies showing positive outcomes for a drug or device under consideration are more likely to be published than ‘negative’ studies; editors are partly to blame for this but so are commercial sponsors, whose methodologically well-conducted studies with unfavorable results tended not to see the light of day."

At the University of British Columbia’s Neural Dynamics Research Group in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Dr Lucija Tomljenovic obtained documents that showed that, “vaccine manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, and health authorities have known about multiple dangers associated with vaccines but chose to withhold them from the public. This is scientific fraud, and their complicity suggests that this practice continues to this day."

Lancet’s Dr. Horton concludes, “Those who have the power to act seem to think somebody else should act first. And every positive action (eg, funding well-powered replications) has a counter-argument (science will become less creative). The good news is that science is beginning to take some of its worst failings very seriously. The bad news is that nobody is ready to take the first step to clean up the system.

Corruption of the medical industry worldwide is a huge issue, perhaps more dangerous than the threat of all wars combined. Do we have such hypnosis and blind faith in our doctors simply because of their white coats that we believe they are infallible? And, in turn, do they have such blind faith in the medical journals recommending a given new wonder medicine or vaccine that they rush to give the drugs or vaccines without considering these deeper issues?

07-13-15, 03:21 AM
The body's a biochemical engine - and you know what happens when you put petrol into a diesel car ?

Problem with human beings is that when we break - it's much harder to associate the breakage to the GMO, vaccine, medication, pesticide, industrial pollutant, mercury filling ... ... ...

which is why we're best served by eliminating the need for them all.

It would be interesting to see whether there's any artificial chemical which we can say is unequivocally healthy.

Of course we're haunted by the renegade posse of cigarette corporation heds who appeared in court - each one swearing that they did not believe that cigarettes were addictive, caused cancer.

So - as examples from above.

GMO - appears to be more about patent than food production - not needed
vaccine - suppress emergence of pathogens through cleanliness (eg ebola emerges in dirty environments)
medication - identify essential meds and concentrate on methods of prevention of problem eg I noted a small amount of parmesan (high casein/glutamate) ( triggered intense inflammation/asthma yesterday.
pesticide - permaculture
industrial pollutant - eliminate all organic chemical modifications partic fossil fuels or solr power
mercury filling - eliminated tooth problems by eliminating sugar/starch ie high GI diets - noting other benefits (

Not ruling out the need for some of the above to be gradually phased out as we improve our collective health - as opposed to blanket elimination tomorrow.


All of the above eg

is just ALL about money and NOTHING whatsoever to do with human wellbeing.


My general point is that when people do things for money - that whatever they do will become tainted as the MBA's mantra of maximise profits by introducing substandard produce is embraced.

The only solution to this problem is to transit to a world in which people do not work for external reward (money) but instead work for internal (personal sense of satisfaction) reward.