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Big Pharma Financial Power Pressures Journals to Accept Papers

A former French health minister has come out with some shocking information regarding the integrity of scientific publications. He has heard editors of science journals admit that pressure from pharmaceutical giants is so big as to get papers pushed into publications and bypass the usual review process. Philippe Douste-Blazy is a cardiologist, former French health minister, former Under-Secretary General of […]

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120 Researchers Question Integrity of the Anti-Chloroquine Lancet Study

A recent study from The Lancet found hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine to be ineffective, and even increase mortality. As a result, the WHO immediately paused all the trials until a “committee reviews all available data on COVID-19 and hydroxychloroquine.” SourceThe study concludes: Compared with the control group (0·3%), hydroxychloroquine (6·1%; 2·369, 1·935–2·900), hydroxychloroquine with a macrolide (8·1%; 5·106, 4·106–5·983), chloroquine (4·3%; 3·561, 2·760–4·596), and chloroquine with […]

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Two Antibody Studies Suggest 30-80 Times More People Have/Had COVID-19, Driving Down Death Rates

The numbers matter. When looking at how serious an illness is, the amount of deaths is the number being looked at. But relative to what? One metric is deaths relative to the amount of people infected. Another is relative to the total population where deaths have occurred. SourceThe numbers provided by the media are not telling the real story. There […]

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Hasty Decisions Reduce Accuracy – The Speed-Accuracy Trade-Off

In making decisions, there is a balance between the speed we arrive at a decision and the degree of accuracy with which that decision will give us what we expected. This is called the speed-accuracy trade-off, where hasty decisions tend to be suboptimal than slower deliberate decisions. In general, the quicker we make a decision the more error-prone it is. […]

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What Makes Some Smart People so Skeptical of Science?

Is the world really flat? Some people believe so. And many scientists, psychologists and researchers lump them with others people who question other aspects of science that even other scientists contest (like global warming), as all being part of an ‘anti-enlightenment movement’. Is there a limit to being skeptical before it makes us poor thinkers?? You’re part of that ‘camp’ […]

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Scientific Community Ignoring Synthetic Chemical Impacts on Global Change

Many people and scientists around the world are focusing on carbon dioxide as the most responsible factor for global change, specifically global climate change. Yet, the steady rise in manufacturing and release of synthetic chemicals into our environment is not being properly analyzed. The ecological effects of pharmaceuticals, pesticides and industrial chemicals is severely lacking in research, according to a […]

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Psychological ‘Vaccine’ to ‘Inoculate’ People from Accepting ‘FakeNews’

How do you vaccinate people against climate change misinformation? Tell them lies, according to psychologists from the University of Cambridge, Yale University and George Mason University. This idea comes from medicine and virology where exposing the body to a weakened version of the virus allows it to build a tolerance. The point is to tell lies and expose them as […]

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