Up To 95 Percent of Serious Adverse Reactions To Drugs Under-Reported

Published on October 23, 2021Written by Arjun Walia

Drug reporting systems designed to capture adverse events amongst the population have been known to be unreliable.

With the rollout of COVID vaccines, adverse reactions have become a hot topic as well, mainly due to the fact that injury reporting systems for vaccines, are also known to be unreliable.
How common is it for mild, severe or death related adverse reactions for drugs or vaccines to go unreported? An important question because without reports, researchers cannot relay important cost benefit analysis of pharmaceutical products to the general population.
A study published in 2006 in the Journal Drug Safety poured over 37 studies using a wide variety of surveillance methods from 12 different countries.
They found evidence of widespread and significant under-reporting of Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs). This includes very serious ADRs.
The median under-reporting rate across the 37 studies was 94 percent (interquartile range 82-98 percent). There was no significant difference in the median under-reporting rates calculated for general practice and hospital-based studies. Five of the ten general practice studies provided evidence of a higher median under-reporting rate for all ADRs compared with more serious or severe ADRs (95 and 80 percent, respectively).
In comparison, for five of the eight hospital-based studies the median under-reporting rate for more serious or severe ADRs remained high (95 percent). The median under-reporting rate was lower for 19 studies investigating specific serious/severe ADR-drug combinations but was still high at 85 percent.
This is concerning given the fact that prescription drugs are the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer in the United States and Europe.
A study published in 2018 in the International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences tried to answer the question of why this is happening. Again, it’s a well known issue among those who research it, and the data is quite similar across the board via multiple publications.
The 2018 study found that there is simply “a very low level of awareness about ADR reporting” found among doctors. They found that 32.8 percent of those surveyed did not know if or that the reaction was caused by the drug, while 46.3 percent felt that there is no need to report recognized reactions.
Overall, “a very poor level of awareness of pharmacovigilance was seen among doctors” and the researchers stressed the need to improve awareness among doctors. Proper and accessible reporting systems should be in place for them to improve reporting.
What about vaccines? The CDC and FDA’s Vaccine Adverse Reporting System (VAERS) “is the nation’s early warning system that monitors the safety of vaccines after they are authorized or licensed for use by the FDA”. It is a self-reporting system that does not prove causality but rather is designed to help identify adverse events signals (i.e., COVID-19 vaccine thrombotic events and myocarditis).
“VAERS scientists look for unusually high numbers of reports of an adverse event after a particular vaccine or a new pattern of adverse events”
Doctors are required to report vaccine adverse reactions to VAERS, but since it is a self reporting system, it has been criticized due to the fact that anybody can report a vaccine reaction. The CDC has made it clear that just because an event is reported and correlated with vaccine administration, this does not mean that the vaccine actually caused the adverse reaction.
That being said, it is concerning that adverse reactions during 1997-2013, VAERS received 2149 death reports and “no concerning pattern” was observed. But as Senator Ron Johnson wrote on August 22, 2021:
“the 12,791 deaths related to COVID-19 vaccines reported on VAERS over the period of 8 months, compared to 8,966 deaths related to all other vaccines reported on VAERS since the inception of VAERS – a period of 31 years”.
He continues, “VAERS is also reporting 16,044 permanent disabilities, 51,242 hospitalizations, and 571,831 total adverse events related to the COVID-19 vaccines.” Anyone can verify these numbers and read individual case stems, as I have previously done, on the VAERS website.
As of today there are approximately 17,000 deaths and 25,000 permanent disabilities, and 80,000 hospitalizations reported to VAERS regarding the COVID vaccines in the United States alone.
As far as vaccine underreporting goes, in a grant final report titled “Electronic Support for Public Health–Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (ESP:VAERS)” from 2011, Harvard medical professors Ross Lazarus, Michael Klompas, and Steve Bernstein report that:
Preliminary data were collected from June 2006 through October 2009 on 715,000 patients, and 1.4 million doses (of 45 different vaccines) were given to 376,452 individuals. Of these doses, 35,570 possible reactions (2.6 percent of vaccinations) were identified. This is an average of 890 possible events, an average of 1.3 events per clinician, per month. These data were presented at the 2009 AMIA conference.
In addition, ESP:VAERS investigators participated on a panel to explore the perspective of clinicians, electronic health record (EHR) vendors, the pharmaceutical industry, and the FDAtowards systems that use proactive, automated adverse event reporting.
Adverse events from drugs and vaccines are common, but underreported. Although 25 percent of ambulatory patients experience an adverse drug event, less than 0.3 percent of all adverse drug events and 1-13 percent of serious events are reported to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Likewise, fewer than 1 percent of vaccine adverse events are reported. Low reporting rates preclude or slow the identification of “problem” drugs and vaccines that endanger public health. New surveillance methods for drug and vaccine adverse effects are needed.
It’s not like VAERS hasn’t been used before, for example, consider that on July 16th, 1999, the CDC recommended that healthcare providers suspend the use of the licensed, RotaShield – a rotavirus vaccine – after only 15 cases of intussusception were reported to VAERS.
There is clearly a way for researchers to use VAERS properly, and although vaccine adverse events may be grossly underreported, you have to factor in the number of reports in there that are probably not connected to the vaccine at all, but who knows?
Either way you look at it, the numbers in VAERS regarding COVID vaccines is quite concerning and staggering.
The question is, how likely is it for a doctor to report a suspected adverse reaction to the vaccine? If a patient comes in with some sort of ailment three days after the vaccine, will most doctors even consider the idea that the event could be related to the vaccine?
Even severe adverse reactions may be ignored and unreported. A great example comes from a 12 year old girl named Maddie De Garay, who was injured during the Pfizer clinical trials. If you listen to her experience with doctors, as told by her mother Stephanie De Garay, it’s quite disturbing.
Doctors may have a bias that has them believe serious vaccine injuries are extremely rare. The CDC claims it’s 1 in a million, yet how can they claim such a number if proper adverse event reporting systems aren’t in place?
Why don’t they provide any sources or data for their claim?
It’s also important to consider that proper reporting systems would not be something that pharmaceutical companies would openly advocate for. It would be bad for business, and as far as business goes, Pfizer has paid one of the largest criminal fines in history.
They have numerous criminal convictions and have been found to falsify information about their drugs, including efficacy.
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Editor’s note: If what the CDC says about people suffering adverse reactions, and death, post Covid vaccine, is not proof the vaccines caused it, then the question needs to be asked what IS causing this many adverse reactions and deaths.
Knowing that less than one percent of adverse reactions are usually reported, we can safely assume there may be up to a hundred times more than the official figures suggest.
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Why We Must Oppose These Mandatory ‘Vaccines’

Published on October 23, 2021Written by Senator Malcolm Roberts

Unlawful coercion into taking experimental ‘vaccines’ is now public policy across all English-speaking nations. A handful of politicians are making a stand for all our civil liberties. Senator Malcolm Roberts (Australia) is one such  Champion of the People.
Below Roberts explains how citizens of English-speaking nations (not just Australians) can reclaim our common law freedoms.

Informed Consent is vital to any medical procedure. The vaccine is being made mandatory for many sectors or employees are told that will lose their job.
Wherever there is coercion (you will lose your job and livelihood if you do not take this vaccine) it is impossible to have informed consent.
Every doctor, every allied health professional and every lawyer who works in the medico-legal field knows that for a consent to medical treatment to be valid, a necessary element is that the consent must be fully informed. If the patient has sufficient information about the proposed treatment that will provide the treating practitioner with a defence against a civil suit for assault.
However, if the practitioner is being sued for negligence, by way of breaching the duty of care owed to the patient, the consent from the patient must be by way of a fully informed consent. Sufficient information in the context of an assault action would be that the patient has been provided information in broad, general terms as to the nature of the proposed treatment and what it is intended to achieve. Informed consent in the context of an action in negligence requires a much higher standard of information provided for the patient.
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This information should be detailed as to the nature of the treatment; what alternatives there are; what are the risks involved, in detail more than just statistics; what are the possible side effects and how they may be treated. I’m being told that many people receiving a vaccination are deliberately not being told which vaccination is being administered. I’m hearing that in some aged care facilities, the residents are not being told of alternatives that may be available such as Ivermectin, and deliberately kept in the dark about the actual treatment.
They are very frightened. Deadly side effects such as blood clotting and heart problems are being downplayed. Simple questions about long term effects of the vaccinations go unanswered because the answers remain unknown. How can a patient give a fully informed consent with all these unanswered questions? They can’t. The government has recently said they would indemnify doctors who administer the vaccine when something goes terribly wrong. This does not indicate the government has much confidence in the vaccine being administered and indicates they’re presuming something harmful will happen.

Letter to Scott Morrison

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Joe Olson: On Need to Know News

Published on October 23, 2021Written by Jim Fetzer

Principia Scientific International’s Joe Olson gives his expert insights from Texas on a range of hot issues including enforcing illegal vaccine mandates and global warming fakery with Dr Jim Fetzer.
Olson addresses how it now appears former vets and military are forming an organized resistance, where their strikes will be disciplined and surgical–a response to which appears to be the government using COG to go into hiding.
It looks as though the situation is going to get very messy in short order but for the sake of the nation, this tyrannical government must be put down before it kills us all.
See also how Olson, a veteran in the climate debate, explains “On the Validity of Kirchoff” by Dr Pierre-Marie Robitaille whereby human blood has 500 ppm of Carbon Dioxide and to improve MRI images, exact absorption and emission was mandatory. Using modern equipment, Robitaille discovered the Planck constant was a fraud, causing errors in Planck, Kirchoff, Stephan, Boltzman and Wien laws of radiation. Science is seldom settled.

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Lunar equatorial surface temperatures and regolith properties

Published on October 23, 2021Written by Journal of Geophysical Research

The Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment onboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has measured solar reflectance and mid-infrared radiance globally, over four diurnal cycles, at unprecedented spatial and temporal resolution.

These data are used to infer the radiative and bulk thermophysical properties of the near-surface regolith layer at all longitudes around the equator. Normal albedos are estimated from solar reflectance measurements. Normal spectral emissivities relative to the 8-μm Christiansen Feature are computed from brightness temperatures and used along with albedos as inputs to a numerical thermal model.
Model fits to daytime temperatures require that the albedo increase with solar incidence angle. Measured nighttime cooling is remarkably similar across longitude and major geologic units, consistent with the scarcity of rock exposures and with the widespread presence of a near-surface layer whose physical structure and thermal response are determined by pulverization through micrometeoroid impacts.
Nighttime temperatures are best fit using a graded regolith model, with a ∼40% increase in bulk density and an eightfold increase in thermal conductivity (adjusted for temperature) occurring within several centimeters of the surface.
The Moon experiences extremes in surface temperature due to its slow rotation, lack of atmosphere, and the near-ubiquitous presence of a highly insulating regolith layer. Equatorial daytime temperatures reach 400 K, while nighttime temperatures fall below 100 K. Because the subsolar point remains within ∼1.59° of the equator over the lunar year and nodal precession cycle, surfaces at high latitudes experience persistently large solar incidence angles and cold temperatures.
Some regions near the poles are permanently obscured from direct illumination by topography and have annual maximum surface temperatures near 30 K, with implications for trapping and retaining water ice and other volatiles [Vasavada et al., 1999; Paige et al., 2010b]. Details of the regolith’s thermal response to solar forcing provide information about the radiative and thermophysical properties, structure, and rock abundance of the near-surface layer.
These properties, as well as surface temperature and volatile stability, are of interest both scientifically and for planning lunar robotic and human exploration.
[3] Lunar surface temperatures have been measured for several decades using Earth-based infrared and radio telescopes, instruments aboard lunar orbiters, and in situ experiments at the Surveyor and Apollo sites [see Paige et al., 2010a, and references therein]. Returned samples have helped constrain regolith properties such as albedo, particle size distribution, bulk density, thermal conductivity, and heat capacity.
Together these data sets provide a basic understanding of the lunar regolith. A more detailed, contextual understanding requires a data set with systematic and comprehensive geographic, temporal, and spectral (visible and thermal infrared) coverage, high spatial resolution, sensitivity to all lunar temperatures, and correspondingly detailed topographic data.
The collection of such data has been a primary goal of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) mission [Vondrak et al., 2010]. Its measurements allow, for example, the assessment of spatial variations in regolith properties, the effects of surface roughness and slopes, and the correlations between thermal data and compositional or geological characteristics.
[4] The LRO launched on 18 June 2009 and entered lunar orbit five days later. On 15 September, after a commissioning period, the LRO transitioned to a low-altitude (∼50 km), circular, polar orbit fixed in inertial space [Tooley et al., 2010]. This orbit was designed to allow repetitive, high spatial resolution coverage of polar latitudes as local time and season (i.e., solar declination) varied over the one-year prime mission.
The Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment began systematically measuring the visible and thermal radiance from the Moon during the commissioning period and has since operated nearly continuously. The Diviner investigation is unique in the quality of its data, its spatial and temporal coverage, and its high spatial resolution.
[5] This paper describes the contributions of Diviner to understanding the thermophysical properties and structure of the near-surface layer. A companion paper looks specifically at the influence of rocks [Bandfield et al., 2011]. We constrain our analysis to a narrow band around the lunar equator in order to reduce the effects of latitude (i.e., the combined effects of incidence angle, roughness, and topography), while still sampling a swath of terrain that globally represents the lunar surface layer. Throughout the paper, we use east longitude and the following notation:

A
albedo, as defined in the text.
εi
spectral emissivity of Diviner channel i.
θ
solar incidence angle, degrees.
k
regolith bulk thermal conductivity, W/m/K.
λ
wavelength, μm.
μ0
cosine of the solar incidence angle.
ρ
regolith bulk density, kg/m3.
Ti
brightness temperature of Diviner channel i, K.
TB
brightness temperature, K.
z
depth below the surface, m.

2. Diviner Data Set and Its Characteristics
[16] The Diviner experiment is a nadir-pointed, pushbroom scanning radiometer with two spectral channels for reflected solar radiation, each 0.35 to 2.8 μm, and seven channels for infrared emission, spanning 7.55 to 400 μm [Paige et al., 2010a]. It is designed to globally map surface albedo and temperature over the lunar diurnal and seasonal cycles, including regions of extremely low temperature at the poles.
Three of the infrared channels also assess composition by accurately locating the silicate mid-infrared emissivity peak (Christiansen Feature) near 8 μm [Conel, 1969]. At an orbital altitude of 50 km, Diviner’s spatial resolution is approximately 320 m along track, set by signal timing, and 160 m across track, set by the fields of view of the twenty-one detectors in each of nine linear arrays. Nadir data are acquired nearly continuously along a north-south orbit track with an image swath of 3.4 km.
Regular interruptions in coverage allow for Diviner space and blackbody calibrations. Irregular interruptions occur when the spacecraft rolls to enable targeted observations by other LRO instruments.
[17] Because LRO’s polar orbit is fixed in inertial space, the local time beneath the spacecraft varies slowly over the year until two complete diurnal cycles (one each from the ascending and descending orbit tracks) are captured by Diviner. Each orbit track is aligned north-south and is nearly constant in local time. The Moon also rotates on its axis each month, spreading the local time coverage over all longitudes.
Each period of full longitudinal coverage is referred to as one mapping cycle. Diviner’s spatial and local time coverage far exceeds what was available before, but certain limitations are present. Irregular spacing of successive orbit tracks results in duplicate spatial coverage at some longitudes and gaps at others, especially at lower latitudes. The temporal sampling of any particular low-latitude location is typically no better than about every two hours of local time.
However, finer temporal resolution can be obtained by using data from a wider swath of longitudes. At polar latitudes the observation pattern is similar, but features of a given physical size receive many more observations than at the equator due to the convergence of orbit tracks.

2.1. Measurement Effects on Diviner Brightness Temperatures
[18] Each Diviner measurement ideally could be converted to a physical surface temperature. However, the scene viewed by each of Diviner’s detectors contains a distribution of physical temperatures due to small-scale slopes, shadows, rocks, and spatially variable photometric and thermophysical properties. Diviner measures infrared radiance within seven spectral bands that sample different portions of the emitted thermal radiation.
When sub-detector scale anisothermality is present, the derived brightness temperatures in each infrared spectral channel differ from one another. Shorter-wavelength channels have higher brightness temperatures due to the nonlinearity of the Planck function; they are more sensitive to the warmer portions of the scene.
The anisothermality effect increases when large illumination or viewing angles enhance the influence of roughness, topography, and shadowing. It can also affect un-illuminated surfaces, e.g., when local variations in thermophysical properties (such as the presence of rocks) result in persistent temperature contrasts at night, as discussed in a companion paper [Bandfield et al., 2011].
[19] In their study of the south polar region, Paige et al. [2010b] addressed spectral differences by calculating a bolometric brightness temperature using measured spectral radiances across several channels. In the present study, we use a single channel (T7, 25–41 μm) because of its high signal-to-noise over the full range of equatorial surface temperatures. While rare rocky areas can increase nighttime T7 by tens of Kelvin, most lunar surfaces contain less than 1% rock coverage and the typical rock population has a relatively small (2°.
Within this constrained data set, we find that for darker surfaces, the dependence of reflectance on phase angle can be removed by dividing by μ01.3. This is a slightly stronger dependence than for a Lambertian surface (i.e., dividing by μ0). It is difficult to assess its appropriateness for brighter surfaces due to (unresolved) surface slopes that cause higher levels of scatter in the data.
[26] We use the derived dependence to remove the illumination effect from all data points. We take the resulting quantity (the reflectance of the lunar surface at zero phase angle with the opposition surge removed) to represent the fraction of insolation that is not absorbed, hereafter called normal albedo, or albedo. Figure 2c includes a profile of normal albedo versus longitude, smoothed by a moving average of all data within 2° of longitude, every 0.05° of longitude.
[27] Mean albedos for mare and highland surfaces are approximately 0.07 and 0.16, respectively. In Figure 2c we compare Diviner albedos with the DLAM-1 model derived from Clementine imagery and absolute albedo measurements [Floberghagen et al., 1999], scaled downward by a factor of 1.3 to convert from the 750-nm Clementine imagery to an average solar wavelength (cf. Figure 7.10 of Heiken et al. [1991]).
After accounting for the low spatial resolution of the DLAM-1 model (harmonic expansion with a wavelength of 24°), the curves are generally in good agreement, but are offset by as much as 0.03 at some longitudes.

3.2. T7 Spectral Emissivity
[28] Having chosen T7 as our surface temperature data set, we would like to understand the emissivity of the lunar surface in its spectral range. A decrease in ε in the mid-infrared is expected as an inherent property of lunar surface materials and a decrease in the apparent emissivity is predicted due to the anisothermality effects described above.
Diviner’s three narrow-band channels near 8 μm provide the ability to locate the Christiansen Feature (CF), a spectral peak in ε for particulate silicate materials [Conel, 1969]. Once it is found, the relative emissivity at other wavelengths can be calculated. We derive ε7 relative to εCF using the method of Greenhagen et al. [2010] as follows.
[29] We first estimate the peak in TB(λ) corresponding to the CF by fitting a parabolic curve to T3,4,5 to predict the wavelength of the maximum brightness temperature. The predicted brightness temperature at this wavelength is taken as the kinetic temperature of the surface, i.e., εCF = 1. Then ε3, ε4, and ε5 are calculated as the ratio of the observed radiance within each bandpass to that predicted assuming blackbody emission at the kinetic temperature.
We fit a parabolic curve to ε3, ε4, and ε5 to find the magnitude and spectral location of the peak. Because our initial guess of maximum TB had some error, the magnitude of the derived emissivity peak is not exactly equal to unity. We re-normalize the derived Diviner channel emissivities to the derived peak (a small correction) and adjust the derived surface temperature.
Finally, ε7 is computed as the ratio of its radiance to that of a blackbody at the derived surface temperature. We only use T3,4,5 measurements above 250 K to avoid large solar incidence angles and to maintain high signal-to-noise ratios. These channels are not sensitive to nighttime temperatures.
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Why in God’s name did you get the Covid vaccine?

Why, you ask, is this vaccine so different from other vaccines, such as the yearly flu vaccine you routinely get? Never before has a “vaccine” programmed your cells to make a foreign protein.
In most of the usual vaccines, a foreign protein itself is injected, like a modified form of the diphtheria toxin or a manufactured hepatitis B protein. The injected proteins are (1) devoured by macrophages, (2) drained out of the deltoid muscle into lymph vessels, (3) taken to the lymph nodes, and finally (4) presented to the B and T lymphocytes, there to provoke selection for close-matching antibodies and lymphocytes.
(There are also live viral vaccines using so-called weakened—be skeptical of this word, “weakened”—viruses that follow different paths in the body.)
With the Covid vaccine, for the first time in the history of medicine, Drs. Larry, Mo, and Curly Joe (Three Stooges) are programming your cells to make, as I say, a foreign protein.  In fact, they are programming your cells to make the spike protein from the Covid-19 virus—the protein that causes the most lethal, prolonged, downstream effects: the blood clots, inflammation of the heart muscle, generalized “cytokine storm” (like sepsis), and the generalized inflammatory syndrome in infected children.
Good Lord! Please understand: it’s this part of the virus, the spike protein, that causes these effects.  The friggin vaccine makes your cells and organs manufacture this disastrous protein (click here)!
Which of your cells make this protein?  Answer: This is uncontrolled, unpredictable, and unknown. There never were any animal experiments that studied where the vaccine particles went with their spike protein-forming payload, only studies of where similar particles with a harmless, glow-in-the-dark protein ended up: in the hearts, livers, and ovaries of sacrificed experimental rats.
The Covid vaccines were released without knowledge of which cells and organs would take up the foreign mRNA and start churning out spike protein. Some cells secrete the spike, as it is found in the bloodstream for a day or two after vaccination. Some may only partly secrete the spike, leaving it sticking out of the cell membrane.
A foreign protein sticking out of a cell is a prime target for attack by white blood cells and a cell-destroying part of the immune system called the complement cascade, especially if you already have antibodies around (from your last shot or the Covid disease you had earlier) that stick to the foreign protein sticking out of the cell. These antibodies flag the cell for destruction. (The Three Stooges strike again!)
Alternatively, the free-floating spike protein in the blood ends up sticking to ACE2 receptors, just like the original virus or spike protein-bearing, membrane-bound incomplete viral particles released in severe, original infections. These receptors abound in heart muscle, blood vessels, and other tissues.
Hence we get myocarditis (destructive inflammation of the heart muscle), death by cardiac arrhythmias (destructive inflammation of cardiac impulse-conducting cells), or widespread clotting (destructive inflammation of the linings of the blood vessels). These are the most common findings in severe adverse vaccine effects.

Fluoride Exposure May Contribute to Degenerative Eye Diseases

Published on October 23, 2021Written by greenmedinfo.com

Yet another study adds to the growing body of evidence of fluoride toxicity, shedding light on how it potentially contributes to degenerative eye diseases. Findings like this once again put into question the need for fluoride as a protective agent against tooth decay and peel more layers of the substance’s toxic and disease-inducing effects.

Water fluoridation is a practice that is so deeply ingrained in public health policy that it’s widely accepted as a safe, effective strategy against tooth decay. For decades, however, a mounting body of research continues to reveal its dark side — a long list of toxicity symptoms, including a link to degenerative eye disease — that prompts the question: is that glass of fluoridated water harmful to drink?
The Link Between Fluoride and Blindness-Causing Eye Conditions
A study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health presented evidence of fluoride exposure contributing to degenerative eye diseases.[i] The team of researchers from Ireland probed fluoride exposure’s link to eye conditions through stimulating or inhibiting the biological pathways associated with cataracts, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and glaucoma.
These eye conditions remain the leading causes of eye diseases and blindness worldwide. AMD is caused by a complex interaction of genetic and environmental factors and is the leading cause of irreversible vision damage in people over age 50. Previous human and animal studies documented that fluoride can accumulate in high concentrations in the eye, leading to retinal toxicity.[ii]
The researchers concluded that fluoride inhibits certain important antioxidant activities as well as enhances oxidative stress. Their findings also suggest an association between fluoride exposure and other inflammatory diseases, such as pulmonary diseases, neurodegenerative disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders and cancer.
“Based on the evidence presented in this study, it can be concluded that F [fluoride] exposure may be added to the list of identifiable risk factors associated with [the] pathogenesis of degenerative eye diseases,” the researchers wrote, adding that further studies are needed to examine the links unearthed in the study.”
In a related investigation, the team also found that fluoride exposure in pregnancy and early infancy may lead to chronic disease in both the short and long term.[iii]
The Problem Called Fluoridation
In the U.S. and elsewhere, people most commonly come in contact with fluoride through water fluoridation and fluoridated toothpaste. Other sources include certain types of tea, pesticide residues in food, tobacco use, food cooked in nonstick Teflon-coated cookware, medications and medical inhalers containing fluoridated gases.[iv]
Fluoride has no known essential function in human development, with no evidence of fluoride deficiency identified so far.[v] It has been prevalently used to fight dental caries through topical application and systemic ingestion, despite caries not being a disease of fluoride deficiency.
Amid superficial claims of fluoride’s role in preventing tooth decay, internal documents in the past were quick to point out that fluoride was a fertilizer industry byproduct that was added to municipal water treatment. A drop in tooth decay incidence in the U.S. until 2010 — which also happened to be mirrored in countries with unfluoridated water — was mostly credited to the fluoridation of the water supply.[vi]
Fluoride toxicity, however, has garnered great public attention in part due to one of its telltale signs — dental fluorosis, a defect of tooth enamel caused by excess fluoride intake during the first eight years of life.[vii] Fluorosis is more than just a cosmetic issue, though, as it permanently damages the enamel and clearly demonstrates that a toxicity is occuring in the body.
The scientific literature has also documented fluoride’s damaging effects on reproductive health. A 2014 study showed a link between fluoride exposure and male infertility in mice, with data suggesting that sodium fluoride impairs the ability of the mice’s sperm cells to normally fertilize the egg.[viii]
The mass fluoridation campaign in the U.S. and other countries around the world has a long history and has been critically reassessed, leading to efforts at fluoride phaseout globally. Read more about the fluoride problem in this report by Gary Null and editorial by Andrew W. Saul.
References
[i] Declan Timothy Waugh et al “The Contribution of Fluoride to the Pathogenesis of Eye Diseases: Molecular Mechanisms and Implications for Public Health” Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 Mar 8;16(5).
[ii] Declan Timothy Waugh et al “The Contribution of Fluoride to the Pathogenesis of Eye Diseases: Molecular Mechanisms and Implications for Public Health” Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 Mar 8;16(5).
[iii] Declan Timothy Waugh et al “Fluoride Exposure Induces Inhibition of Sodium-and Potassium-Activated Adenosine Triphosphatase (Na+, K+-ATPase) Enzyme Activity: Molecular Mechanisms and Implications for Public Health” Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 Apr; 16(8):1427. Epub 2019 Apr 21.
[iv] Declan Timothy Waugh et al “The Contribution of Fluoride to the Pathogenesis of Eye Diseases: Molecular Mechanisms and Implications for Public Health” Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 Mar 8;16(5).
[v] Carlo Agostoni et al “Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for fluoride” EFSA Journal. 2013 Aug;11(8):3332.
[vi] GreenMedInfo.com, Are You Fluoridated? www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/are-you-fluoridated
[vii] FluorideAlert.org, Fluorosis https://fluoridealert.org/issues/fluorosis/
[viii] Lu, Z, et al “In vivo influence of sodium fluoride on sperm chemotaxis in male mice” Archives of Toxicology. 2014 Feb;88(2):533-9. Epub 2013 Jul 24.
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Plasma Magnet Propulsion, A Potential Space Drive?

Published on October 23, 2021Written by thedebrief.org

In recent years, a surprisingly simple yet technologically viable option first proposed nearly twenty years ago has been steadily gaining momentum, and based on the tests and calculations already performed by its latest proponents, it may become the breakthrough propulsion system that opens up the greater parts of the Solar System to regular, affordable human exploration. 

Known as a Plasma Magnet, the present-day iteration gaining momentum is simply called Wind Rider.
Before We Learned to Ride The Solar Wind
Few if any individual achievement in human history is as impressive or as revolutionary as the chemical rocket. No other form of propulsion has ever launched a satellite into space, much less a human being, and pretty much every mission tasked with studying the various planets, moons, and other features of our solar system have been propelled to their destinations onboard chemical rockets.
Even the handful of experimental test flights of cutting-edge concepts like ion drives and solar sails performed by NASA have all hitched their initial ride to space on chemical rockets. Unsurprisingly, this method of propulsion is expected to dominate missions for NASA and the private sector alike, as well as pretty much every nation on Earth that has a space launch program for the foreseeable future.
Unfortunately, for all of the raw power these fiery behemoths can unleash when hurling a satellite or other space-bound payload into Low Earth Orbit and beyond, the need to carry enough fuel has severely limited their range. 
Sure, rockets have reached the moon and Mars, and will likely carry humans to both in the next decade or so, but human-crewed missions to tempting targets like the moons of Jupiter or Saturn are virtually impossible using this technology.
Even robotic explorations of these faraway destinations take years to complete, costing millions and millions of dollars each and every year along the way. As a result, such “flagship” missions are few and far between, with efforts like the Cassini probe, which studied Saturn and a few of its moons up close, taking years to plan, prepare and execute.
This limitation to rocket technology has been known since the time of famed 20th-century rocketry pioneer and former Nazi scientist Werner von Braun, with untenable weight-to-payload ratios looming on the horizon like a huge barrier that seemed impossible to breach.
Now, a new wave of pioneering approaches to space travel have begun to emerge, offering humanity hope that missions to Jupiter’s moon Ganymede, a tempting target to search for life, Saturn’s moon Titan which offers some of the same tantalizing possibilities, or even the outer edges of the Solar System itself might one day become as routine and as inexpensive as launching a commercial satellite is today.
Some, like WARP drives, seem decades, if not centuries away, while things like Nuclear Fusion Propulsion or Directed Energy Propulsion still require more research and development to become practical options. 
Solar Sails are closer to reality, having been studied and even tested in space, but limitations on size and materials have limited those projects to only one potential NASA mission on the horizon.
Wind Rider Is Different
“The Plasma Magnet is a wind drag device invented almost twenty years ago by Dr. John Slough from the University of Washington,” said Dr. Brent Freeze, a Cornell-educated mechanical engineer and one of the two scientists championing Wind Rider in an interview with The Debrief. “Wind Rider is our updated version.”
In that same interview, Freeze explained the basics of the Wind Rider design and the basic science behind this revolutionary propulsion method.
“By definition, it is a drag device, meaning it’s not a rocket function,” said Freeze. This, he explained, means that, unlike a rocket that uses a propellant to create momentum, a plasma magnet like his Wind Rider uses the pressure of the solar wind to gather momentum.
“You can ride along with the wind currents and get to the destination efficiently,” said Freeze. “And it doesn’t require fuel.”
The enthusiastic engineer explained that this type of propulsion actually exists in nature, pointing to a dandelion coasting upon the wind to its ultimate destination. Riding the solar wind, Freeze explained, is what sets this type of technology apart from things like solar sails, which rely on the minute pressure of the photons and not the significantly more potent solar wind itself.
“The sun puts out two forms of energy that are propulsively useful,” explained Jeff Greason, a California Technical Institute educated aerospace and technology sector veteran and Freeze’s partner on the Wind Rider concept. “It puts out sunlight, the photon flux that we all see. And it puts out the solar wind, which is a stream of rapidly moving charged particles.”
This high-energy stream, says Greason, can vary in speeds from 450 kilometers per second up to 800 kilometers per second, depending on the angle. And, he says, Wind Rider is designed to capture the momentum of that stream of supercharged particles and ride its momentum to the edges of the solar system itself.
“The [solar wind] possesses tremendous amounts of concentrated kinetic energy that you can then grab onto,” Freeze told The Debrief, “and we have a Wind Rider structure system that can do that.”

How Does Wind Rider Work?
“Plasma sail propulsion based on the plasma magnet is a unique system that taps the ambient energy of the solar wind with minimal energy and mass requirements,” the original 2005 research paper abstract states. “In this way, the mass of the sail is reduced by orders of magnitude for the same thrust power.”
To accomplish this feat of engineering, the drive itself consists of a pair of polyphase coils mounted at or near the center of a cylindrical craft that once energized produce a rotating magnetic field. In the original design, these magnetic coils were proposed as aluminum, but, Freeze pointed out, in 2021, it has been replaced with superconducting materials that weren’t available to Slough in 2005.
When properly engaged, this magnetic field powers currents that generate a huge shell of plasma to surround the spacecraft, potentially reaching tens of kilometers in size. This shell of magnetically driven plasma expands outward in a disc-like shape until its size is equalized by the pressure of the solar wind and then uses the principle of drag to essentially surf the solar wind like the dandelion on its summer breeze.
“In some sense, all sails are what I call drag devices,” Greason told The Debrief. “They’re like a parachute or a square-rigged sailing vessel, meaning they only fly before the wind.”
 “It is virtually propellantless as the intercepted solar wind replenishes the small amount of plasma required to carry the magnet currents, “the original paper abstract concludes. “Unlike a solid magnet or sail, the plasma magnet expands with falling solar wind pressure to provide constant thrust.”
Basically, as the craft moves farther and farther away from the Sun and the pressure of the solar wind continues to reduce, the size of the shell of plasma surrounding the spacecraft expands to compensate, offering the vehicle a constant thrust.
“There’s a magnetic pressure in that loop of current that makes it want to expand,” Greason explained. “And there’s a pressure from the wind and dynamic pressure that makes it want to contract. It grows until those forces are in equilibrium.”
He noted that this original design was even tested in 2006 by Slough, albeit on Earth and in laboratory conditions. Still, those results confirmed the method and thrust analysis of the original theory.
“We have not replicated the tests the previous people have done in the laboratory, but they’re based on published results in the literature,” Greason told The Debrief. “Subscale tests have been done on the ground in plasma wind tunnels, and it more or less matches the predictions made by the theory. They measured that they had thrust.”
How Fast is Wind Rider?
When NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) launched the Cassini probe to study Saturn and its moons back in 1997, even the famed space administration noted the difficulty in reaching such a distant target.
“Unable to be launched directly to Saturn with the propulsion systems available at the time,” NASA’s mission archive site explains, “Cassini took a roundabout route to reach the ringed planet.” This route is known as a VVEJGA (Venus-Venus-Earth-Jupiter Gravity Assist) trajectory, and according to the same NASA mission archive site, “Cassini made two flybys of Venus (April 1998 and June 1999), one of the Earth (August 1999), and one of Jupiter (December 2000),” before gathering enough momentum to depart for its ultimate goal, Saturn.
It would be another four years before Cassini finally reached the ringed planet, and its companion, Huygens probe, wasn’t dropped toward Saturn’s moon Titan until 2005, nearly eight years after its launch.
“The missions to the outer solar system tend to be flagship missions, billion-dollar-plus missions that you don’t do very often,” Greason told The Debrief. “And that’s because of time and cost. You stand up this big team to design the mission, and then they have not to get laid off. They still have to be there when the mission arrives.
So missions like that take a long time and cost a lot of money. By dramatically reducing the transit time, you dramatically increase the odds of the same team being on the project when the research is ready to be done on-site.”
So, if a probe like Cassini needed close to a decade to reach Saturn, how long would Wind Rider need to surf the solar wind to the ringed planet?
“Six weeks,” Freeze told The Debrief. 
In fact, he said, his team has calculated an entire array of potential targets within the solar system and has found that pretty much each of them is reachable in a year or less. 
Want to go to Jupiter? Wind Rider can have you racing by the gas giant within a paltry three or four weeks. Fancy a trip to Neptune, the planet farthest from the Sun (sorry Pluto)? Wind Rider can do it in about 18 weeks.
“It is possible to reach nearly all destinations within the solar system in a year,” Freeze said, “with at least one launch window opening per year for each of them.”
When asked about the possibility of using Wind Rider to venture to exoplanets that are light-years away, both team members pointed to the dramatic distances and hundreds if not thousands of years their vehicle would need to traverse those distances. However, both still noted that their proposed spacecraft is significantly faster for future interstellar robotic missions than the lone man-made vehicle to have actually left our solar system.
“Because it’s limited to solar power, you have to do all your acceleration in the inner solar system,” Greason explained. “So that limits us to quote-unquote, only about 300 kilometers per second of departure speed, which is still something like five times faster than Voyager.”
What is JOVE?
On October 6th, 2021, Freeze and Greason teamed up with ten other scientists and engineers to outline a technology demonstrator mission to Jupiter they call JOVE.
“The title of our talk is ‘Jupiter Observing Velocity Experiment (JOVE), Introduction to Wind Rider Solar Electric Propulsion Demonstrator and Science Objectives,’” Freeze explained in an email to The Debrief.
Presented at the 53rd Division of Planetary Sciences conference, which is an affiliated conference managed by the American Astronomical Society, the JOVE mission is a technology demonstrator that would serve as the first real-world test of a plasma magnet propelled craft in space, as well as a demonstration of a range of collaborative technologies designed to aid in the mission. 
For example, although Wind Rider can travel extremely fast, the lack of onboard fuel offers no way for the craft to slow down, much less maneuver once it has reached its target destination. The JOVE mission seeks to solve that challenge by combining a nuclear power source with the plasma magnet, offering separate propulsion systems for local and long-distance travel.
“It’s like in Star Trek with the WARP drive and Impulse,” Freeze said, “only the Wind Rider is the WARP, and the nuclear gives you the local, the impulse drive capabilities.”
In JOVE, that metaphorical “impulse” drive is actually a pulsed nuclear fusion concept in development by researchers from the University of Huntsville, Alabama, which will be covered in an upcoming article on The Debrief.
Regardless of the specific system used once the craft is at its destination (Greason noted that there are even some proposed nuclear-based power systems using the same readily available isotope found in a common smoke detector), combining that secondary drive system with the Wind Rider plasma magnet system offers up a whole range of untapped targets for researchers to explore.
“The combination of those two (plasma magnet and nuclear) would be really interesting,” Greason told The Debrief. “Now you can start thinking about doing, you know, 100, 200 million dollar missions to the outer solar system. And there are so many places to go. We haven’t been to any of the moons of Uranus and Titan, except for the Voyager flyby once. We have never been to any of the trans-Neptunian objects other than Pluto. There are all kinds of incredibly interesting moons of even Jupiter and Saturn that we would love to do a dedicated mission to that we simply haven’t done.”
When Will Wind Rider Fly?
There are currently no officially planned missions to test Wind Rider or any other plasma magnet style propulsion system on the books at NASA. Still, when asked by The Debrief how quickly such a system could be put into place with appropriate funding, both members of the Wind Rider team gave similar estimates.
“I think that if it were fully funded in the next 90 days, with NASA approval and all regulatory approval, you could launch in late 2023,” said Freeze. 
“Two or three years,” echoed Greason. “Maybe a bit more.”
Of course, to even be considered for funding in the next ten years, the team pointed out that a project like Wind Rider would have to show up on NASA’s Decadal Survey, a document that essentially guides the administration’s missions over the ensuing ten years, and whose next iteration is not expected to be released until later this year.
“The way that actually works is you have various outer solar system bodies that people think might be good candidates for life,” Greason told The Debrief. “And then it becomes a fight in order to even get your mission under consideration.”

Fortunately, after presenting their concept at the AIAA annual conference in August and the JOVE presentation in October, it appears that the Wind Rider concept is gaining even more momentum, with yet another presentation planned at the American Geophysical Unions (AGU) Fall 2021 Meeting, that the researchers say is even more aggressive than JOVE.
“There is a follow-on presentation for a different destination (much farther out than Jupiter) that also involves the use of a Wind Rider,” Freeze stated. “It was accepted last week for a poster session at the AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans on Monday, December 13th.”
According to its written summary, that mission proposes sending a Wind Rider out to the mind-numbing distance of 542 AU (one AU, or Astronomical Unit, is the distance between Earth and the Sun, or just shy of 150 million kilometers), a point at which Freeze told The Debrief, “you can use the Sun as a magnifying lens to image things.” Their particular target in that upcoming conference presentation is the star system Trappist-1, which is of particular interest to astronomers and astrobiologists alike for its Earthlike planets that may have a high potential for harboring extraterrestrial life.
As far as what, if any more experiments can be conducted before putting an actual test vehicle like Wind Rider in space, both Freeze and Greason indicated that the testable concepts have all more or less been done and proven successful, and for any further progress to be made it will take the will and funding to put such a vehicle in space and see if it works.
“The next step is to actually go fly,” Freeze told The Debrief. “There’s only so many tests you can do on the ground.”
When asked if any technological barriers exist or if any custom materials will have to be created to perform such a real-world flight, the Wind Rider team said no.
“Everything is commercially available,” said Freeze. “We’ve been very careful to make sure that all of the coatings, all the materials that are available, all of the systems have really been demonstrated on the ground for years.”
“What we need now is funding,” added Greason. “Exactly how much I’ll defer to Brent, but it’s tens of millions, not hundreds of millions of dollars.”
Regardless of cost, both researchers are convinced of the present-day viability of their solution and confident that if successful, it would represent the fastest spacecraft around.
“There’s no rocket I’m aware of, chemical, electric, or otherwise, to keep up with a Wind Rider,” said Freeze.
Greason echoed the system’s advantages, telling The Debrief, “this technology, or this suite of technologies, has the potential to break that paradigm and say, ‘Okay, well, if you can do a $200 million mission, we could fly one every year. And in 10 years, we could have done a mission to every single one of these interesting targets.’”
Time will tell if the Wind Rider system or one like it makes it onto the next Decadal Survey, but given the enthusiasm and reputations of the researchers involved, not to mention the impressive teams joining the efforts on the JOVE and Trappist-1 mission concepts, the overall viability of the technology itself makes it feel like it may finally be time to put one of the suckers in space and watch it sail like a leaf on the wind.
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UK Energy Suppliers Face “Massacre” Amid Soaring Gas Prices

Published on October 23, 2021Written by zerohedge.com

Another 20 energy providers in the UK could go bust in what looks like a “massacre” in the coming months unless the government reviews the energy price cap, the chief executive of one of the largest providers said on Thursday.

More than a dozen power suppliers in the UK have exited the retail energy market in recent weeks, and more are likely to do so, as wholesale gas prices rally.
Europe’s tight gas market, low wind speeds, abnormally low gas inventories, and record carbon prices have combined in recent weeks to send benchmark gas prices and power prices in the largest economies to record highs.
The UK has a so-called Energy Price Cap in place, which protects households from too high bills by capping the price that providers can pass on to them, but which additionally burdens energy providers.
Unless the UK government intervenes and reviews for raising the price cap soon, “we are in danger of just sleepwalking into an absolute massacre”, Keith Anderson, chief executive at ScottishPower, told the Financial Times.
“We think probably in the next month at least another 20 suppliers will end up going bankrupt,” Anderson told SkyNews.
The price cap currently costs providers around $6.9 billion (£5 billion), the top executive of ScottishPower, one of the largest utilities in the UK, told SkyNews.
Last month, the head of the UK’s energy regulator said more energy suppliers were set to go bust as soaring gas prices are putting an unprecedented cost burden on smaller electricity and gas providers.
“I think what is different this time is that dramatic change in the costs that those suppliers are facing,” Jonathan Brearley, chief executive officer of Ofgem, the independent energy regulator for Great Britain, said in September.
Back then, Brearley and the UK’s Business and Energy Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said in a joint statement that the energy price cap would remain in place.
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Australia Building Quarantine Camps For “Ongoing Operations”

Published on October 22, 2021Written by summit.news

The facility is reportedly being built to house those “who have not had access to vaccination.”

Despite some states tentatively beginning to lift lockdown restrictions, Australian authorities are building quarantine camps that won’t be completed until next year in order to prepare for “ongoing operations” and to house those “who have not had access to vaccination.”
According to ABC Australia, one such 1,000-bed quarantine facility at Wellcamp Airport outside Toowoomba will be fully completed by the end of March 2022.
“At this stage, the cabins will be used by domestic travellers returning from COVID hotspots,” states the report.
However, it also makes clear that the camp will be used for “ongoing operations” and will be a source of employment for the local area.
The camps is split into different zones and accommodates singles, doubles, and family rooms while being patrolled by police and security guards 24/7.
Citing new strains of COVID and people “who have not had access to vaccination,” Queensland Deputy Premier Steven Miles told the media outlet, “We anticipate there to be a continuing need for quarantine facilities.”
The government is leasing the land on which the camp is being built from the Wagner Corporation for 12 months with an option for a further 12 months after that.
Another 1,000-bed quarantine facility is also being built on a 30-hectare Army barracks site in the industrial area of Pinkenba, near Brisbane Airport.
“Why anyone who had left Australia would come back again is unclear,” writes Dave Blount. “It is possibly the most repressive country in the world regarding Covid tyranny.”
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As we previously highlighted, state authorities in America are also constructing new “quarantine facilities” for Americans who are “unable to quarantine at home.”
As we reported last year, Authorities in Quebec City, Canada announced they will isolate “uncooperative” citizens in a coronavirus facility, the location of which remains a secret.
New Zealand also announced plans to place COVID infectees and their family members in “quarantine facilities.”
Back in January, German authorities also announced they would hold COVID dissidents who repeatedly fail to properly follow the rules in what was described as a ‘detention camp’ located in Dresden.
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Covid Is a Deliberate Three-Pronged Attack on Our Health

Published on October 22, 2021Written by theexpose.uk

Kevin Galalae has published his research in a document titled: PCR Tests and the Depopulation Program. He concludes “the coronavirus blamed for countless deaths real and imagined is a political fiction. The symptoms attributed to Covid are caused by a deliberate three-pronged attack on our health and lives by our own national and international authorities.”

The deliberate three-pronged attack is summarised as follows:

damage the epithelium of the nasopharyngeal cavity with PCR test swabs to bring down the immune defences that protect our brain
create a closed loop between the mouth and the nose, thus between outgoing and incoming air, by forcing us to wear face masks throughout the day
increase damage to the brain by subjecting us to chemicals and neurotoxins that could never reach the brain had they not destroyed the blood-brain barrier

Kevin Galalae is a Canadian human rights activist, author, journalist and historian.  He has authored numerous books including Killing Us Softly: The Global Depopulation Policy.  As an activist, Galalae has many notable accomplishments including matters in the United Kingdom, European Union and United Nations and is an ardent defender of a free World Wide Web.
Galalae is also an expert on the topic of the global depopulation policy – also known as Agenda 21, Agenda 2030 or population control. His biography makes interesting reading and, as downloaded from The EveryDay Concerned Citizen, is attached below.
The creator of the PCR test, Dr. Kary Mullis, has stated clearly and on many occasions that the results of the PCR tests can be easily misinterpreted to mean anything.   The PCR testing methodology does not distinguish if positive results are infectious.
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Given their invasive nature and the fact that they were never meant for diagnostic but for research purposes, why are they being used as often as possible on the same individuals and on as many people as possible? “Well, now I know how the system is misusing them!” Galalae exclaims and gives his explanation, with links to scientific research, in his twelve-page document: PCR Tests and the Depopulation Program (see attached below).
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PCR Tests
“The long swab inserted into the nasopharyngeal cavity all the way to the roof of the nose … damages the fascicles of the olfactory nerve, which, as it turns out, has dire consequences for human health and lifespan because the olfactory nerve is one of only two windows in the cranium through which viruses and bacteria can move from nose to brain, thus can cross the blood-brain barrier, the other one being the trigeminal nerve.” – PCR Tests and the Depopulation Program

The olfactory nerve contains sensory nerve fibres relating to the sense of smell.  It is the only cranial nerve that has stem cells – called olfactory ensheathing cells – which enable it to continually regenerate throughout life. They are the cells that protect the olfactory nerve and aid its regeneration in case of damage through age or injury. These cells are so unique that doctors have recently begun using them to successfully repair spinal cord injuries and to treat brain diseases.
Additionally, the olfactory ensheathing cells assist in innate immunity because they are phagocytic and, as such, ingest bacteria. The innate immune system includes all our body’s first line defences such as the physical barriers lining the nose, throat, lungs and gut, as well as the skin. Innate immunity provides broad protection and is quick to react to any threat. The olfactory ensheathing cells are thus a crucial part of the protection provided to the brain.
For adults aged between 57 and 85 years, once the olfactory ensheathing cells lose their ability to regenerate the chance of dying within five years is four times higher.
The PCR tests serve two important roles for the depopulation program.
In the short-term, by repeatedly damaging the olfactory nerve with nasal swabs the incidence of viral and bacterial infections is rapidly raised.  This helps governments create and sustain the impression of a pandemic. The more people are tested the more people are damaged and left defenceless against various infections that are then mislabelled en masse as Covid infections.
And, by simply raising the number of cycles in the thermal cycler the authorities get the percentage of positive results they want.
Juliet Morrison, a virologist at the University of California-Riverside, said she believes any test with a cycle threshold over 35 is too sensitive. “I’m shocked that people would think that 40 could represent a positive.”
“And in the long-term, by periodically damaging the olfactory nerve it will lose its ability to regenerate and this helps governments prematurely kill countless people ages 57 to 85, the very age groups governments of the developed world want dead to ease the old-age burden and prevent economic collapse.” – PCR Tests and the Depopulation Program
The trigeminal nerve is a nerve responsible for sensation in the face and motor functions. If the test swab is inserted at the wrong angle and it touches this nerve it can affect the sense of taste and even sight.
“But even inserted at the correct angle, the mucosa of the nasopharyngeal cavity is damaged irrespective of the angle at which the swab is inserted at so long as it is inserted as deeply and rotated as vigorously as required by the PCR testing procedure, especially when the swabs are designed to do as much damage as possible by having serrated tips capable of scratching and damaging as much epithelium as possible” – PCR Tests and the Depopulation Program
After examining various PCR test swabs under a microscope, Professor Antonietta Gatti found that the fibres the swabs contain are as dangerous for human beings as inhaling asbestos.
Ethylene oxide, a well-known cancer-causing substance, is used to sterilize the PCR test swabs. “And since the swabs smear this mutagenic chemical on the mucosa of the nose, which is hypersensitive, it damages our health in unknown ways.” – PCR Tests and the Depopulation Program
Face Masks
“By mandating mask wearing indoors and outdoors, knowing that exhaled air contains numerous bacteria and viruses, the planners are subjecting billions of people to inhale pathogens that the body exhaled from the respiratory tract … Hundreds of studies show that the inside of surgical masks contain greatly increased loads of bacteria and fungi after prolonged wearing and are a source of contamination not only for those wearing them but also for those around them.” – PCR Tests and the Depopulation Program
The latest and most comprehensive study has found that mask wearing by the general population leads to: a drop in oxygen; fatigue; rise in carbon dioxide; respiratory impairment; headache; and, temperature rise and moisture under the mask.
How do the test swabs and masks work together towards the same aim?
Galalae surmises that the test swabs damage the immune defences of the brain leaving it exposed to pathogens.  And then, the masks subject the brain to asphyxiation by depriving it of oxygen and bombarding it with carbon dioxide.  The respiratory center of the brain – which controls minute-to-minute breathing – begins to malfunction and as a result, people have trouble breathing. “The breathlessness (dyspnoea) associated with Covid is therefore not due to lung lesions but to damage to neural processing, thus due to brain damage.” – PCR Tests and the Depopulation Program
Chemicals and Toxins
“The general population has been subjected to an onslaught of dangerous chemicals through hand sanitisers, whose use medical authorities have mandated for the most mundane activities ever since the plandemic has been started. Methanol is probably the most dangerous and most often found chemical in hand sanitisers … It is known to cause metabolic acidosis, visual disturbances and neurological deficit.” – PCR Tests and the Depopulation Program
Galalae then goes on to explain how the adult population is subjected to neurotoxins – most likely isodecanes and mycotoxins – hidden in body care products, food and drinks (especially beer).
Summary
Galalae ends with “this explains, among other things,” and he lists a number of points the below being a few of them, why:

incidences of illness increase as PCR testing increases;
the pathology attributed to Covid is so wide-ranging and so far removed from any other viral infection of the respiratory tract;
the pandemic disappears and reappears;
vaccine passports are only given to people who are either vaccinated or have had positive PCR tests, but never to those who show that they have naturally acquired antibodies; there is no pharmacological treatment for Covid; and,
governments continue to insist on subjecting as many people as possible as often as possible to an intrusive medical test that can be easily done by analysing saliva.

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