This is a massive safety signal for infertility. Germany's FIRST report of birth rates since the rollout. Remember that the birth rate data is 9 months too late. If the next quarter is worse, this is Children of Men scenario. For the years 2011-2021 the average number of births is 63,911 for the Jan-Mar quarter, … Continue reading This is a massive safety signal for infertility. Germany’s FIRST report of birth rates since the rollout
A fair appraisal of Ukrainian and Russian history leads easily to an obvious peaceful outcome of this proxy war, which never should have happened. Zelensky is a puppet not a hero. Biden is senile. Harris is a fool. Pelosi is senile. NATO has turned from a defensive organization against the Soviet Union to an offensive … Continue reading UKRAINE is the POOREST country in Europe and has not developed as other former Soviet satellites have. Why is that? It is because they are being used by others for many bad reasons, including: exploitation for money, sex, virtue-signaling, arms sales, political payola, graft, corruption, proxy war against Russia, child trafficking, and death through US/NATO manipulation
Largest deployment of investigational products in history calls for assiduous investigation of any actuarial change in population mortality. Even a small change could be an important epidemiological signal. Originally tweeted by Peter McCullough, MD MPH (@P_McCulloughMD) on January 21, 2022.
Back in July 2021, many scientists had the ill-founded view that the C-19 pandemic was dying out and entering an endemic state. Based on my understanding of the interplay between the virus and the immune system, I knew that this was not going to be the case and reacted immediately to this misinterpretation (https://www.voiceforscienceandsolidarity.org/scientific-blog/a-last-word-of-caution-to-all-those-pretending-the-covid-19-pandemic-is-toning-down). Once … Continue reading Geert Vanden Bossche: To all those who believe Omicron is signaling the transition of the pandemic into becoming endemic (endemicity). No, it’s not and here’s why
[Everything below is a quote from Steve Kirsch’s article. ABN] Executive Summary Dr. John Su is the government’s top expert on reporting safety signals to the CDC and FDA. His incompetence/corruption in failing to compute a simple number required for a proper risk-benefit analysis, has led to the needless loss of life of over 150,000 Americans. Dr. Su … Continue reading It’s time for John Su to go: The CDC’s expert on VAERS hasn’t computed the URF or spotted any safety signals. His negligence has led to the death of over 150,000 Americans. It was deliberate. Here’s the proof.
The public deserves a complete and transparent accounting of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s safety monitoring, including the results of all interim reports and analyses, whether through an Freedom of Information Act request, Congressional order or some other means. link Why do we have to grovel and beg for full disclosure of all … Continue reading Safety Signals for COVID Vaccines Are Loud and Clear. Why Is Nobody Listening?
At some point, when the potential for conflicts of interest are high and the point of failure is fundamental to the task of those doing the job, incompetence should no longer be differentiated from criminal intent. Mathematicians and statisticians worthy of the title do not miss the kind of scale invariance or mean-reversion we see … Continue reading How the CDC is hiding vaccine safety signals by “defining them away”: Matthew B Crawford
In the first three parts of A signal based model of psychology, we discussed micro, meso, and macro levels of human understanding and how paying attention to these levels can make human signaling easier to comprehend. In this post I want to discuss how human signaling is normally managed and, knowing this, how we can better understand how … Continue reading A signal-based model of psychology: part four
495 words An important part of FIML practice is understanding signal intensity. That is, how big or strong or important the signal in question is. FIML practice was designed to work with small signals and works best when close attention is paid to small signals. These “small signals” can be ones you send to your … Continue reading Signal intensity during interpersonal communication
Buddhism is very much a system of ethics. Buddhist practice is founded on the Five Precepts of refraining from killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, lying, and the irresponsible use of alcohol. In most Buddhist traditions, these precepts are taught as if they are fundamental to the workings of the universe. But how can morality be fundamental … Continue reading Buddhism and ethical signaling
Basing our understanding of human “psychology” on signaling and signaling systems—essentially seeing people as complex signaling systems—can make many aspects of being human clearer. For example, rather than analyze “introversion” versus “extroversion,” we can use terms that work better with the signaling model—introspection versus extrospection. Extrospection is a made up word. In this context it … Continue reading Signaling as a basis for understanding introversion and extroversion
An important part of FIML practice is understanding signal intensity. That is, how big or strong or important the signal in question is. FIML practice was designed to work with small signals and works best when close attention is paid to small signals. These “small signals” can be ones you send to your partner, ones … Continue reading Signal intensity