AS A DEFENDER OF THE PUBLIC TRUST IN SCIENCE, it never fails to amaze me how otherwise rational individuals completely lose their ability to think critically when it comes to questions of vaccine risk.  First, let us establish that vaccines contribute to autism risk.  First, let us establish that vaccines contribute to autism risk.  This PACE Law Review by Mary Holland and Louis Conte, which reviewed compensated cases of vaccine-induced brain injury, found 38 instances in which the Special Master’s Court (aka “Vaccine Court”) ruled that vaccines contributed to encephalopathy and encephalitis, which then, according to the rulings, led to autism

From propositional logic, we can see that this is what is called a transitive syllogism.

Let’s define that.

In propositional logic, a hypothetical syllogism is the name of a valid rule of inference that states that

  1. If A causes B
  2. If B causes C

Then A is a…

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Posted by: Calilo | December 30, 2016

Fake Science: When is Medical “Science” Not Science?

If you think vaccines do not cause autism, this explains why. Good read.


WE HAVE BEEN WARNED by our government and by specific social media outlets that much of the “news” we read online falls into a category of “Fake News”.  This move has been identified as a very real threat to the freedom of expression and a move toward censorship.  I have witnessed first-hand how facts have been obliterated by government officials at press conferences, in testimony fake-newsto Congress, and in conference calls to the scientific community.

Throughout my scientific career, I have championed objectivity, first-hand, with hands-on data, data analysis plans, study designs, reporting, writing papers, publishing, participating on NIH grant review panels, conducting peer review on studies submitted to dozens of different journals.  I served as founding Editor-in-Chief on a journal that was my brain child, and led a dozen or so of the Editorial Board in a threat of mass resignation against the publisher if they changed the weakened…

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Posted by: Calilo | November 26, 2016

Dr. Paul Offit: The Bible is Irrelevant Today

The term ‘personal belief’ is also incorrect in that vaccines are not a belief system. Religion is a belief system. Religion is a faithbased system. Science and medicine are evidence-based systems.


AFTER WORKING ON THE VACCINE BOARD to get rotavirus vaccine approved, Dr. Paul Offit sold his patent on a rotavirus vaccine for millions. Now, after ignoring nearly fifty years of research pointing to toxicity, and specifically, neurotoxicity of aluminum (an adjuvant used in most vaccines), Dr. Paul Offit has now enraged the faithful.  vaccquote

Before we look at this statement in detail, I must confess that as an evolutionary biologist, I have always let the Constitution be my guide for religious rights. I would die for my country if anyone tried to take away the faithful’s right to express their beliefs. I am a scientist, and also a parent.

Paul Offit and Dr. Pan have decided that it’s a good idea to try to take away parent’s rights and try to make the issue one of ‘children’s rights’.  Unfortunately for them, they do not know the power of the parental instinct to…

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Posted by: Calilo | November 20, 2016

The illusion called medical journalism: the deep secret

Medical Reporters…. it is time to take back your profession. Expose the fraud otherwise you are complicit in it.

Jon Rappoport's Blog

The Illusion called medical journalism: the deep secret

by Jon Rappoport

November 17, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)

—Some of the greatest illusions are sitting out in the open. They are bypassed for two reasons. People refuse to believe they are illusions, despite the abundant evidence; and the professionals dedicated to upholding the illusions continue their work as if nothing at all has been exposed.

Medical journalists in the mainstream rely completely on studies published in prestigious journals.

This the rock. This is the science.

This is also the source of doctors’ authoritarian and arrogant advice to patients.

“Studies show…”

Well, that wraps it up. Nothing else to prove. The studies in the journals are the final word.

Medical reporters base their entire careers on these published reports.

But what if higher authorities contradicted all these studies? What if they scrutinized more…

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Posted by: Calilo | November 12, 2016

An Experience with Vaccination Gatekeepers, Brian Martin

More transparency, not less. More information, not less. More study or issues raised, not less. So much wrong with the vaccination paradigm which would and could be resolved if the free market, with information, could be allowed to exist. Mandate without exemption and censorship move the needle in the wrong direction.

Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective

Author Information: Brian Martin, University of Wollongong,

Martin, Brian. “An Experience with Vaccination Gatekeepers.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 5, no. 10 (2016): 27-33.

The PDF of the article gives specific page numbers. Shortlink:

Please refer to:


Image credit: Jennifer Moo, via flickr

For those promoting vaccination, one option is censoring critics, but this could be counterproductive. The response of editors of two journals suggests that even raising this possibility is unwelcome.


For several years, I have been writing about the Australian vaccination…

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Posted by: Calilo | September 8, 2016

Vaccines and Corn Derivatives

Don’t be allergic or sensitive to corn. It is freaking everywhere.

Posted by: Calilo | September 5, 2016

The CDC medical police state: the right to detain anyone

Too far?

If the vaccines were treated as a product of capitalism then outbreaks would increase use and failures would decrease use. The market would be best served by a vaccine producer who is incentivized by making a truly safe and effective product to meet a market that wants it, subject to liability and regulation just like every-freaking-other producer. If they have to bend and contort so far to get you to take a vaccine then something is seriously amiss.

Jon Rappoport's Blog

The CDC medical police state: the right to detain anyone

by Jon Rappoport

September 5, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)

—Understand the implications of new CDC rules, if you want to know where the medical dictatorship is heading.

Arbitrary apprehension of citizens, detainment, forced medical treatment, vaccination.

Let me paint a scenario:

You live in a polluted city, so you have a low-level cough. On your flight to another state, the cough becomes worse because the air in the plane cabin is foul. Unknown to you, a passenger complains to a flight attendant. The passenger is a typical meddler. When you arrive at your destination, a health-agency employee is waiting at the gate for you. He apprehends you and takes you to a room, to decide whether you have a communicable disease. His first standard question—are you up to date on your…

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Posted by: Calilo | September 2, 2016

It’s Not Personal, It’s The Chemicals

Pass it on…

Seriously "Sensitive" to Pollution


Have you ever noticed how some people get offended when we are disabled by, or get sick from something in the products they’ve used?

What’s up with that?


What about those who feign disbelief that we could be harmed by something they are using? Or that they could be using something that is harmful?


While I am not up to delving into the psychological and emotional intricacies of those responses here, or how industry pays big money to create them, I did come up with a few simple images with variations of the following text:

It’s not you! It’s not personal! It’s the chemicals!

Fragrances, personal care, and laundry products
contain toxic chemicals that make it impossible
for some people to be around those who use them.

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What is the goal of the spraying program? If it is public health, this cannot be good. Pesticide v. Pest/Pathogen… inflated risk assessment much?

Metabolism Miracle/Diabetes Miracle Blog

Those of us who live in Florida’s Collier County (Naples, FL) hear the sound of very low flying planes, usually in the middle of the night. They are flying so low that they make our house shake. When this middle of the night spraying first started, I thought the police were looking for an escapee. But the planes kept coming, middle of the night after middle of the night.

Last night, I finished grocery shopping at about 9PM when I heard the planes. There were people in the parking lot of the supermarket, coming and going. A low flying plane sprayed right over us. I am sickened to spread the word that those living in Naples, FL are being involuntarily subjected to daily/nightly aerial sprays of the neurotoxin: NALED.

planes spray in naples in naples newsThe following information comes from E X T O X N E T; Extension Toxicology Network a project of Cornell University…

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Posted by: Calilo | August 24, 2016

Heather Bresch didn’t earn MBA from WVU, report says

Dang. I got my MBA the old fashioned way…. I earned it without having to buy off the school executives.

West Virginia Public Broadcasting

By Emily Corio

Mylan COO Heather Bresch, the daughter of Governor Manchin, did not earn an MBA degree from West VirginiaUniversity, and WVU administrators showed “seriously flawed” judgment in awarding Bresch that degree.

That’s the conclusion of a report by a panel of five investigators, released today by WVU. The report severely criticizes WVU Provost Gerald Lang and business school dean Steve Sears for granting Bresch a business degree retroactively, even though they had no grounds to do so.

But the report recommends no disciplinary action against anyone involved. It also says the controversy is not a sign of deeper problems at the school.

Instead, it says that administrators rushed to protect Bresch and themselves from media scrutiny, after the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette started asking questions about Bresch’s degree.

Bresch maintains she was given the OK to have work experience count for credit. The Post-Gazette reported she was…

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