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The immeasurable smile

It was the Winter solstice – the day with the shortest amount of light in the year. I was walking to my local supermarket. Masks are obligatory inside, but the latest mandates about mask-wearing included outside spaces in an ill-defined … Continue reading

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Nothing going on here – episode 2 – Hypnosis

Click above image to play podcast Nothing going on here: the power of one in interesting times…. In this episode I explore the question, why does it seem that half the world is hypnotized right now? Could the answer be … Continue reading

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Nothing going on here – episode 1 – Friendship

Click image above to play podcast Nothing going on here: the power of one in interesting times.…. This first episode came about after throwing my notes into the fireplace and sitting down to just “speak my peace”. It is an … Continue reading

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Letter from an unvaccinated doctor to his patients

Dr Grégory Pamart was the only doctor in Jenlain, a village of 1000 inhabitants in the North of France close to the Belgian border. On September 15, this 33 year old father of four was forced to resign over the … Continue reading

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Waning vaccine immunity: the unprintable lead

The politics of immunity: part 2The politics of immunity: part 1 The biggest story of the past six months in the world of CV-19 science is the declining protective properties of the vaccine, but you wouldn’t know it from watching … Continue reading

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The politics of immunity: Part 1

THE POLITICS OF IMMUNITYPART ONE: THE SCIENCE THAT PASSES US BY If you research naturally acquired immunity to SARS-CoV-2 you can’t help but be struck by a conspicuous disparity in how the subject is approached depending on who is talking … Continue reading

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The blind men and Ivermectin: medical politics in the time of Covid

“When you mix politics and science, you get politics.” John M. Barry When stories become deeply divisive it is a good time to ask some deeper questions. So here’s one: what is up with Ivermectin? Why has a decades old … Continue reading

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‘Pandemic’ – are you game?

It started in January Or possibly November I just know that it’s something I’ll always remember. So many ways to play this NEW GAME WHAT the hell is it? And WHO is to blame? I heard it was bats. No, … Continue reading

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