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Jun 13Liked by Moriarty

Darn. I like Twitter too much. My 7-decade-old brain is sa-mo-kin'!

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Jun 13Liked by Moriarty

My interest in AIDA (as well as the opera) is interval review of formerly "hot" issues.

We don't teach medical students timing and duration of disease and treatment very well, which is why "OWS" was so readily adopted. These things must be learned from experience, and we are approaching the month to avoid in American (and most western) hospitals.

Nobody comments now on the slaughter of mink for Covid which may have been a test run for the culling of cattle (a win-win for Covidians, vegans, statists, Bill Gates, etc.)

One of my favourite articles was Dr. Paul Alexander's Substack on the cure for Monkeypox at the time of the attempt to promote a "Pandemic." [Do not attend homosexual orgies in the Canaries, and spend two weeks abstaining from homosexual encounters. (In case it is TL;DR!) ]

As our internet exposure is curated by algorithms and AI, we experience a limiting experience and suppression of curiosity-based thinking. (Ref. "The Age of Surveillance Capitalism" Shosana Zuboff, 2019.)

We are pummelled with "the current thing" yet analysis of the war in Ukraine or the destruction of the Nordstream pipelines is memory-holed, and not connected to the EU elections. Victoria Nuland, publicly identified architect of the Ukraine conflict, and the provision of American arms and materiel from Afghanistan to Muslim parties is ignored.

Thank you for your work, as usual no reply required.

I have just finished watching Kevin McKernan's presentation to the Canadian NCI from Regina, he is powerfully honest and expert.

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I'd enjoy watching it, can you post at your convenience please? Many thanks.

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There is a series on Rumble.com. I searched "NCI Mckernan "and found it quite readily.

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founding

Thank you. It's always act of kindness when sharing a link. I appreciate the lead and will look for it.

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Oh, right up my alley! Small study with a whopping IM dose of vit D3 in patients with C diff and low vit D levels helped with their microbiome. Hope this study gets repeated because this could really help patients who get C diff.

THanks!

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I was interested because of the C diff angle (a problem in some post-covid people) but was positively surprised about the Bifido one. If that is an real concern, it should be considered.

I still have to elucidate the mechanism, but I suspect many of the vaccinated find themselves into a constant Vitamin D insuficiency.

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Jun 16Liked by Moriarty

Professor - "Internet addiction in adolescents significantly impacts their brain connectivity"

I'll see your internet, and raise one cell phone and gaming system.

"Perhaps it was incredibly misguided or moronic of me to judge Fauci as merely a “bureaucratic middleman” that facilitates Gain of Function research. The man may himself be a cog in the BioDefense machine."

Kevin Christie aka Mr. Rabbit by any other name Mr Mulder

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I do think there are positive for the use of technology, especially gaming, but there must be a level of maturity in most using these. I think some form of mentoring would greatly benefit any person engaging in these activities.

Some experiences are unique to gaming, and believe or not some games helped me with research (Cyberpunk 2077 being the one with most significance in the past few years).

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ANY ACT AGAINST OUR AMERICAN FARMERS OR LIVESTOCK ANY WE THE PEOPLE / NATURE NON CRIMINAL, OF OUR USA IS NOW A TERRORIST THREAT AGAINST US HERE IN OUR ONE NATION UNDER GOD,,,,,, UNITE WITH GOD AND HIS LIKE MINDED PRAY HARD AND PREPARE HARD

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