COVID-19

Hope Springs Eternal for Covid-19, Not for Us

Posted by on Dec 3, 2021 in COVID-19, Dave's Blog | 0 comments
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Last week as I was watching PBS news, I was hoping, but not expecting, to learn something true about the pandemic. After all, PBS had a reputation of being nonpolitical. As I was hearing the same repeated story (stay apart, get your vaccines) etc, I was surprised to see what looked like some real news. A respectable gray haired academic from some prestigious university was being interviewed about Covid-19 when the subject of Vermont came up. The guest said that Vermont has the highest vaccination rate in the US and also the highest number of COVID-19 cases. Maybe, this “trusted news” source was going to allow truthful reporting. After all, one of their...

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Tell the Truth and We Will Make You Pay

Posted by on Nov 26, 2021 in COVID-19, Dave's Blog | 0 comments
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Today, November 26, the market drops 900 points on the news of a new variant called Omicron that may escape the vaccines. Moderna stock goes up 72 Dollars, or 26 percent. The CBS newscast was quick to point out that the virus emerged among those not vaccinated. The implication is obvious: Those who didn’t get the jab cause the variant, ergo we need more jabs. Poppycock! Any respected virologist will tell you that non sterilizing vaccines facilitate evolution of the variants. Too many of us remain victims of the Stockholm Syndrome. We are turning towards our captors as the fear based mass psychosis continues. Reminds me of a story in the Bible where the demons...

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The Straw Man at Work: Paxlovid vs Ivermectin

Posted by on Nov 20, 2021 in COVID-19, Dave's Blog | 0 comments
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Fact checkers from the so-called “trusted news initiative” such as Reuters are doing the usual straw man strategy, this time regarding Pfizer’s new COVID-19 anti viral drug, Paxlovid.*The claim? The anti-vax crowd is spreading lies that the Pfizer product is the same as ivermectin. One of the more infamous astroturfing “fact checkers,” David Gorski, weighs in by denying the very similar actions of both drugs. However, both products do have similar mechanisms of action, ivermectin’s action being superior. One is patented and very expensive, $700 for a five day course of treatment and one is off patent and very cheap, less than $40...

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COVID-19, the Kidnappers, and the Stockholm Syndrome.

Posted by on Nov 8, 2021 in COVID-19, Dave's Blog | 0 comments
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I submitted a proposal to Sue Hoek and Public Health to end the pandemic. I don’t know if it will be implemented, discussed, or even put on the docket. However, I do know some factors that will affect the vetting process. COVID has challenged our historical commitment to evidence-based medicine, diversity of ideas and inalienable rights. I believe we have been kidnapped by almost irresistible forces I am calling COVID and COMPANY Let me start with a classic examples of Stockholm syndrome. After the Symbionese Liberation Army kidnapped Patricia Hearst, she was locked in a room with blindfolds on for days at a time. Without any possibility of escape, she had only...

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A Proposal for the Nevada County Board of Supervisors and Public Health.

Posted by on Oct 29, 2021 in COVID-19, Dave's Blog | 8 comments
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Summary Whereas:  The COVID-19 injections, rather than providing the much-anticipated herd immunity, are increasing the number of cases and deaths in spite of short term (3-4 months) individual reduction in case count and symptom severity. (Vaccines like the polio vaccine actually prevent the spread of pathogens. Before September 2021, a “vaccine” produced immunity to a specific disease. After September, 2021, according to the CDC, a vaccine merely provides protection. The COVID-19 injections do not meet the historical definition of a vaccine. Vaccine has just morphed from immunity to protection.)Medical kits (COVID kits) have been proven to...

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And then they came for me

Posted by on Oct 26, 2021 in COVID-19, Dave's Blog | 0 comments
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One of the advantages of posting on my own website as well as Substack is that when I run into a technical problem, I simply link to the other site. Instead of trying to figure out what “not a JSON response” means and how to fix it, I simply send you to the same post at Substack. Here it is

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