Science and Technology

From The Oklahoma Watchdog OKLAHOMA CITY – When Lesley Ley, an Oklahoma City-based licensed practical nurse heard that a national company was hiring nurses to administer flu shots in a local mall, she jumped at the chance to make some … Continu…

Here we go again.  H1N1 May Be Mutating….

(Reuters) – The H1N1 swine flu virus may be starting to mutate, and a slightly new form has begun to predominate in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, researchers reported on Thursday. More study is needed to tell whether the new … Conti…

The power elite, in our view, has a special affection for vaccine programs. The more emphatically efficacious it can make vaccines seem, the more ability the elite has to promote a variety of vaccine programs without significant push-back. We are also …

Delia Lopez (Oregon): Government protection?

Like Cap and Tax, which will guarantee higher energy bills while lining a few peoples pockets and improving the environment, how? S. 510 will further drive up the costs of living by adding more layers of bureaucracy on food production – ensuring you pay more to meet an essential need.

As someone with a good deal of education in scientific thinking and the scientific method, I have put considerable effort into attempting to find any real scientific evidence backing the widespread use of influenza vaccines (flu season shots). I find examples of junk science in both the “scientific” side of things as well as the “alternative” side of things. For example, so-called “psychic surgery,” as least in the way it has been popularized, is nothing more than clever sleight-of-hand where the surgeon palms some chicken gizzards and then pretends to pull diseased organs out of the abdominal cavity of some patient. The demonstrations I’ve seen on film are obvious quackery.