Today, in the media coverage for the bad lot of flu vaccines they say there is no safety issue, but come and get another vax because we are unsure if it worked. Can’t they just test tites to see if it worked? What a bunch of BS… just get another vax.


IT IS TEMPTING to choose sides in the “debate” that is more like a circus of the media panicking and screaming “VACCINES ARE SAFE” (really?  clearly not for everyone!)  and the so-called “Anti-vax” (how I loathe that term, so I use “Vaccine Risk Aware”) side claiming that vaccines had nothing to do with the downturn of infectious pathogens (in some cases they didn’t – no vaccine for TB, for example, and it followed the same trend).  When I say “claiming” I say it because the history of vaccination includes doctors exploring inoculations on their own dating far, far, far before disease rates were adequately tracked.

‘The Woe is Me’ Part

I’ve been harangued by pro-vax “trolls” and “shills” (although I try to never call them names) and by hard-core, self-described anti-vaxxers alike.  The greater part of the AV crowd seems to get that I’m just a scientist, and as such…

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Important Read.


Bertrand Russell stated, in 1959, to future generations:

” I should like to say two things, one intellectual and one moral.

The intellectual thing I should want to say to them is this: When you are studying any matter, or considering any philosophy, ask yourself only what are the facts and what is the truth that the facts bear out. Never let yourself be diverted either by what you wish to believe, or by what you think would have beneficent social effects if it were believed. But look only, and solely, at what are the facts. That is the intellectual thing that I should wish to say.

The moral thing I should wish to say to them is very simple: I should say, love is wise, hatred is foolish. In this world which is getting more and more closely interconnected, we have to learn to tolerate each other, we have to learn to…

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Posted by: Calilo | September 15, 2017

The Vaccine Ides of March

Epidemic of meningitis and immune deficiency on the horizon… caused by the ‘vaccine’.


On Wednesday, March 15, 2017, I testified to the Public Health & Welfare Committee of the Kansas State Senate. Which is lucky for the makers (Pfizer & GSK) of the fake meningitis serogroup B vaccines, Trumenba & Bexsero, because I had been pursuing legal action against them for their False Claims that these toxic potions are actually vaccines.

At issue was HB 2205, a requirement for Kansas 11-year-olds to be stuck with meningitis vaccines. As written, the bill did not specify which vaccines would be required–there are separate vaccines for serogroups A/C/W/Y and serogroup B.

First of all, I will point out that nobody on this committee, which includes at least one physician and one pharmacist, nor the bill’s sponsor, another MD/Senator, bothered to make that distinction. Did they even know this little fact? Do they care? We shall see. The bottom line is that I, a private citizen and non-scientist…

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Posted by: Calilo | September 14, 2017

Why is the media attacking the flu vaccine?


Levi Quackenboss

We all know by now that our “free press” has deeply embedded editors and producers who take their marching orders directly from pharmaceutical companies and the CDC. Their job is to postpone, water down, spin, or kill stories that hurt public health profits.


Whenever you see a vaccine article that strikes you as negative– or hell, even fair and balanced– it’s a red flag that big wheels are in motion behind the scenes; you just don’t know what the outcome is going to be yet.

I’ve seen it twice in three weeks with the meningitis b vaccine.  On August 18th NBC ran an article about two girls, both of whom had been vaccinated for men b, both of whom were in perfect health, and both of whom were killed by men b anyway. The article points out that the CDC’s recommendation for the vaccine is permissive, and that getting…

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Never stop questioning? First, it is not scientific. Second, free flow of information is grease that keeps the wheels of capitalism turning. People must have the information so that they can make informed decisions about the environment they choose to live in.


We see many social skeptics speaking about “detoxification” and how it is a scam. We are told that the term “detox” is merely used to swindle credulous people into buying supplements and making lifestyle changes which have no proof of effectiveness. We are told something along the lines of “Detox is just “anti-scientific” nonsense that has no scientific evidence. The scientists and doctors who talk about detoxification are just charlatan cranks. We have our liver and kidneys to detox us AND the dose makes the poison. The industry regulates chemicals and they are all safe in the amounts they are present in.” If you read from common social skeptic websites and so-called “sci-communicators” this will sound very familiar to you, as it is regularly pushed by those who hold this viewpoint.

(Below is an example image from a social skeptic that illustrates this viewpoint).

Is what they’re saying…

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Posted by: Calilo | September 12, 2017

How I Became Anti-Vaccine. 

What she says.

an evidence-based, heartfelt blog.

For several years, I was unsure. I felt caught between different sources of conflicting information that I thought to be credible. But I knew too much to believe what we were always told – that vaccines were “safe & effective”.

I chose a delayed and selective vaccine schedule for my son. I was torn between the risk of a “preventable” disease and the risk of vaccine injury. I didn’t know as much as I do now.

after_vaxThe first time he received vaccines, at 4 months of age, he was somnolent for 4 hrs following the shot – awake but out of it. I was worried, because it wasn’t like him to be awake and not fully alert… but I felt some relief when he seemed to be back to himself later that day.

A month later I went in to get him two more shots (Prevnar & Hib). It was then that I…

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We are on a dangerous trajectory to make vaccines mandatory for all without exemption.


THERE IS NOTHING LIKE a strong geographical pattern to impress upon the human mind that something is real.  And if that something is real, it may be important.

Look at this map of migrational groups (identified by genetics from 770,000 vials of saliva.  It contains the migratory history of the genes found in groups of people as they settled, or were settled, into specific regions over the last 9 generations.  The strong patterning reflects real differences in genetic ancestry, and with those differences, there are, no doubt, also differences in the genetic risk of specific diseases, disorders, conditions, and susceptibilities.



An entire field of Phamarcogenomics (PGX) has been focusing on understanding how genes, geography, and histories of human populations might be useful toward tailoring  (see review of human loci involved in drug biotransformation by Maisano and Fueselli, 2013).

The study that produced the data for this map…

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Getting right to the point.


darkagesIN THE PRACTICE OF MODERN MEDICINE, and the conduct of modern biomedical research, to utter any expression that approaches questions of the safety of vaccines is to commit heresy.

Individual practicioners are losing their jobs; important research is going undone.  Individual press outlets exist under the threat of loss of advertising funding if they publish objective news reports on studies that relate vaccines to risk of neurodevelopmental disorders.  Autism is clearly medical, and has a biological basis (the human brain is, after all, a biological organ).

The phenomenological models of autism have nevertheless given sway to more mechanistic studies; even genetic studies are good as they point to specific impact pathways.  Theses studies leave room for 50% environmental influences, and yet no study has been conducted to find the genetic variation that exists that contributes to the risk of adverse events from vaccines.

To conduct those studies is taboo…

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Posted by: Calilo | June 25, 2017

Aluminum in Vaccines: History and Toxicity.

an evidence-based, heartfelt blog.

Here is the Toxicological Profile on Aluminum, prepared by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, or ATSDR.

If you were to read through the 300+ pages of this report, you would find that it’s full of information on scientific research which aims to determine the effect of aluminum exposure on the body – whether ingested, inhaled, etc., at what exposure limit it has been found safe or harmful, and the scientific research which supports the proposed safe limits. You would also find that the amount of aluminum that is allowed in a vaccine is 0.85mg/dose (or 850mcg). However, there’s some important information missing when it comes to understanding why this amount was chosen.

Where does this number come from?

This dose was scientifically determined to be the amount of aluminum which is most effective when used as an adjuvant in vaccines. This is the amount of aluminum…

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Posted by: Calilo | June 25, 2017

Vaccination: What are a Doctor’s Responsibilities?




We have read hundreds of newspaper reports on vaccines stating the same mantra on vaccines: they are safe, and effective, and that vaccines do not cause autism.   I share, on a weekly basis, dozens of peer-reviewed research articles with colleagues who hold august positions in Universities that say otherwise. The NIH has called for research proposals to make currently licensed vaccines safer. The medical community of professionals has a strong culture, a tradition of healing that goes back thousands of years. They interface directly with the public in private, one:one dialogs.  As a political force, they are strong.  But they are becoming less cohesive, and increasingly less responsive to their fundamental ethos: first, do no harm.

To maintain cohesion, tough discussion, disagreements and compromises are necessary in the exploration and journey from past medical practices and newer medical practices.  For the individual doctor, it is often easier to remain conservative…

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