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Coincidences

Death of 4 British Airways pilots all around the time when 80% of the pilots were vaccinated for COVID19, was not related to the vaccine. & Not so famous ones

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Know/Boost Your Immune System

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Know COVID19 Prevention & Treatments

COVID-19 prevention & treatment Note: With COVID19 new variants, many of which are believed to have been as a result of “neutralization escape mutants” caused by mass vaccinations, the treatment strategies are modified. Modifications/adjustments are posted on the appropriate sites by the pioneering early treatments doctors (e.g.: flccc.net). “… we needed to start looking for the …

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Know COVID Vaccines’ Efficacy & Effectiveness

Published research in The Lancet on vaccines’ efficacy & effectiveness using absolute risk reduction (ARR) (As oppose to relative risk reduction (RRR) that the manufactures used to arrive at >90% efficacy. RRR is how drug manufacturers “make a mountain out of a molehill” of improvement. In contrast, they often use ARR for the risk calculation. COVID-19 …

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Know Data Sources & Experts

Our World in Data COVID19 CDC Data COVIDView, A Weekly Surveillance Summary of U.S. COVID-19 Activity. CDC COVID19 Data Tracker Hospital Admissions Vaccine “breakthrough” hospitalizations and deaths as per CDC  The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) CDC Recommended Child and Adolescent Immunization Schedule for ages 18 years or younger, United States, 2020 What is …

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Know PCR Basics

Not intended for asymptomatic detection PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) was invented by Dr. Kary Mullis, a biochemist who won the Nobel Prize for his invention. He maintained that it should not be used to diagnose any disease alone rather be used as a tool for symptomatic diagnosis. Part of an interview with Kerry Mullis who unfortunately died suddenly …

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Know Your Risk – COVID19 Vaccines

Open VAERS does a search of VAERS numbers for easy display Background Following the establishment of National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act in the 1980s, and the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act, congress remove all liabilities for the vaccine manufacturers so they cannot be accountable for any injuries their vaccines may cause. CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting …

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Know Your Risk – COVID19

The US, CDC Numbers CDC COVID weekly updates – (look by age) https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm#SexAndAge Of the 500,000 deaths CDC reported by early 2021: Less than 30,000 were under 55, most with pre-existing metabolic disorders, low vitamin D & obesity. Almost no COVID19 deaths for under 14 yr-old (none in Sweden that did not close schools or mask …

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Highlighted Information & News on COVID19, Pandemic Restrictions and Vaccinations

============================================= ============================================== Dr. Robert W Malone, Twitter: @RWMaloneMD Inventor of mRNA vaccines and RNA as a drug, Bench to Bedside vaccines and biologics consulting. ============================================= Vaccines Failure?! ============================================= Adolescent Risk-Benefit for COVID & Vaccinations ================================================= COVID Risk The US Numbers Of the almost 500,000 deaths CDC reported by early 2021: Less than 30,000 were under …

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Know the History

Historical perspective – COVID19 Complete trust in institutions, doctors and guidelines prevent many from doing their own investigations, trust their own observations and make the best decisions regarding their health. Knowing about the conflict of interest, corruption and in may cases malicious behavior on the part of doctors, scientists and organizations we perceive protective, is …

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Silenced Science of COVID-19 and Pandemic

Science Topics on COVID-19 and Pandemic Case against vaccinating children (& young) for covid-19 Vaccine efficacy & effectiveness Vaccines mid to long-term effects COVID-19 prevention/treatment Asymptomatic spread of COVID-19 Risk-Benefit calculation COVID-19 testing Pandemic and public health guidelines Historical perspective Democracy, constitutional rights and medical freedom 1) Vaccines efficacy & effectiveness In February 2021 Professor Sucharit …

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Current Dietary Guidelines & Metabolic Disease

Peoples’ ability to understand and navigate the world around them has become severely compromised and that includes health and diet. To make sense of the range of opinions and information that vast majority don’t understand or have the time to follow, general norms and guidelines are created. These norms and guidelines are often influenced by …

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Case Against Vaccinating Children (& Young) for COVID-19

Summary FDA has authorized the COVID-19 still unapproved vaccines for children, the move that has baffled many experts as children are not at risk of severe COVID and the injections have already caused thousands of deaths and injuries including several in the 16 year-old age group who were included in the vaccination groups with little …

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Testing for Sugar and Ketones

Testing for blood sugar and ketones levels is a great tool when using ketogenic/LCHF diet for therapeutic purposes. Here is a suggested method to optimize its use for both understanding your baselines and guiding you towards achieving your dietary goals. Establishing baselines stage To understand where you are in regards to your blood sugar levels …

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Vitamin D and Bs and Sleep Quality

Summary of the interview with Dr. Stasha Gominak, neurologist and sleep specialist Young kids/adults are presented with sleep problems like little or no RAM sleep due to vitamin D and K2 deficiencies. Not sleeping results in not developing properly. Acetylcholine is needed for proper paralysis when sleeping so the body can repair itself and acetylcholine …

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