Passing the blue pill “credibility test”

Here are some options to respond to people who claim I’m not credible because I’ve been “debunked” by “respected authorities” such as the authors of hit pieces. Steve Kirsch 4 oct 2022 I received an email recently that read: I sent out your email from yesterday and this is one response: How would you respond?Continue reading “Passing the blue pill “credibility test””

Time to assume that health research is fraudulent until proven otherwise? – The BMJ

July 5, 2021 Health research is based on trust. Health professionals and journal editors reading the results of a clinical trial assume that the trial happened and that the results were honestly reported. But about 20% of the time, said Ben Mol, professor of obstetrics and gynaecology at Monash Health, they would be wrong. AsContinue reading “Time to assume that health research is fraudulent until proven otherwise? – The BMJ”

New peer reviewed study on COVID-19 vaccines suggests why heart inflammation, blood clots and other dangerous side effects occur

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