Monthly Archives: January 2014

Immunobiology – superb science built upon a totally flawed assumption. Part Five – Towards a Bio-Medical Ecology

Yeah, so I’m really impressed with all the detailed and complicated investigations carried out by all these dedicated professional Immunobiologists. No, I really am. They’ve put together so much detail on the tapestry that, from a distance, you see a … Continue reading

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Immunobiology – superb science built upon a totally flawed assumption. Part Four – Methinks they do protest too much

Flicking through the book, or settled down reading great chunks of it, one picks up several undercurrents. One is, as I have mentioned, a Jenneric influence in support of Him, the Almighty Vaccinologist and Noble Saviour of All. But there … Continue reading

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Immunobiology – superb science built upon a totally flawed assumption. Part three – Jenner no more.

I’ll give Dr Tetyana’s comment some context by reference back to my father’s research, and that of numerous colleagues at university research labs around the world. They all found dietary proteins and their peptide derivatives circulating in the blood stream. … Continue reading

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Immunobiology – superb science built upon a totally flawed assumption. Part Two – Jenner in every pore.

And so, as the race began to bulk up the industry and find new prophylaxes to provide to their public, the need grew to provide a rationale for their products. They had to justify the need. Clearly, initially, there were … Continue reading

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Immunobiology – superb science built upon a totally flawed assumption. Part One – I have a dream.

You see film of crowds in awe at some charismatic figure, pouring streams of galvanising words, maybe using his/her body to add emphases and gestures of import, to add to the spectacle. There is some magic, an acceptance in the … Continue reading

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