Category Archives: Ecology of disease

When is an antigen not an antigen? Answer: when it’s an adjuvant!

My initial title for this was “Offit’s antigens and the myths of mass exposure” but somehow that didn’t work with “the system”. OK, I guess I’d better start with some: Definitions: Offit – Individual demonstrating how corrupted capitalism is an … Continue reading

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A Very High Potentiation?

Potentiation /po·ten·ti·a·tion/ (po-ten″she-a´shun) Enhancement of one agent by another so that the combined effect is greater than the sum of the effects of each one alone. We know so little about how the Immune System actually works. Well, no, I’ll … Continue reading

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Institute to Investigate the Damaging Physiological Outcomes of Vaccination, IDPOV

For so long there has been a ping pong match of evidence provision and quick denial, backwards and forwards between the groups and individuals involved in this two hundred year old controversy.  Time and time again figures are tabulated and … Continue reading

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Missing puzzle pieces?

The headline shouted: GMO:  Food? “Our immune system looks at that [modified] gene sequence that is supposed to be food and says “I’ve never seen that sequence ever, it does not exist in nature , it’s foreign”.  It creates an … Continue reading

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One Flu over the Cockoo’s Nest

OK, OK, let’s just suspend reality for a while. Let’s spend a few minutes basking in the insane, frantic bedlam that is projected upon us by our news media. Well, no, I won’t force you. You may have far better … Continue reading

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It really makes me sick

Take care, there’e a new JAB coming up – this time it’s for: Rotavirus -So,  here’s the Wiki of it with additions and annotations from me  covering it as  a childhood sickness, but also typhoid and other states of alimentary  … Continue reading

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Deepest Congolese Disease

“Too dangerous to publish?” asked the AAAS, of the controversy regarding the possible publication  of data concerning the makeup of a plausibly virulent form of Flu Virus. What if it fell into the wrong hands? Quite clearly if an area … Continue reading

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Sin-thetic Biology

There’s much talk of the “new science” of synthetic biology circulating at present. There was even a report which had me check my calendar that it wasn’t April Fool’s Day – a group of friends gathered in a box room … Continue reading

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The natural history of infection

Task : E. coli , bacterial resistance, plasmids, the nature of infection in vivo, legitimacy of bacterial identity. The Natural History of Infection Somewhere there’s the tale of the intrepid adventurer at the time they dug the Panama canal. As … Continue reading

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Battlefield Blues

Battlefield blues I wake up each morning,  And get into my range  I open the windows,  And I see there’s no change. Then I light up my computer,  It hums just like before And you know what it tells me? … Continue reading

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