Medical Doctor who Escaped Vietnam as a Child in the 1970s Explains Why He no Longer Vaccinates
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It pays to travel light with just a single carry-on suitcase. How did I do it? With a little planning and a few frugal air travel packing tips you too can take flight without the extra cost and luggage weight. But being inclined to glance at a few weather forecasts will make it easier for you to pack for any kind of getaway.
I traveled to Europe in the fall, so I needed a good mix of warm and cold weather clothing. Yes, I packed it all in one carry-on suitcase. Visiting relatives, partying at swanky soirees, hiking up glaciers, or sunning your bum on the beach all require different attire. So pack only the clothing you need for your planned events — nothing extra!
So basically I needed a pair of very comfortable shoes for viewing thousands of priceless paintings. I guesstimate I walked a minimum of 10km a day! Ladies sure love to pack shoes. You only need two, maybe three pairs: Cardigans, pashimina scarves, a neutral trench coat — anything can be dressed UP or down. I wore my basic Banana Republic trench coat nearly every day on my trip and I fit right in with the fashionable locals in Paris, Berlin, and Amsterdam.
Today I pack very little. Pack a neutral color palette brown, blue, gray, tan to keep your wardrobe flexible and interchangeable.
Opting for light and quick drying fabrics like merino wool and nylon over heavy cotton makes it easy to wash and wear your clothing quickly while keeping your suitcase light.
These garments can be worn for days without any smell, plus they wash and dry quickly. Dump your planned travel gear onto the floor and ruthlessly edit the nice to have items. Now do it again. I use a myriad of packing techniques to fit everything into my trusted carry-on.
The first step is to layer or bundle like garments together. Bundling can help reduce wrinkles while organizing all your similar clothing in an easy to access stack. Roll each layered bundle into a tidy tube. Rolling a small bundle of clothing can save space in your suitcase and prevent your clothes from creasing. Since I wear a lot of merino wool and nylon fabrics, I never walk around wearing wrinkled clothing.
Packing a second pair of shoes? Go ahead and stuff your socks, bras, and underwear into each foot bed. Shoes take up a lot of space, so be sure to use your soles and all surface areas. I like to stuff each shoe into a Ziploc bag to keep my suitcase clean and tidy. Most carry-on suitcases have wheels and an extendable handle. So embrace those awkward areas by layering your shoes and nesting your clothing rolls between these spots. I always start by layering my shoes and pants into the bottom of my suitcase, between the handle slots.
But what about my dress, nylon jacket, PJs, wool buff, travel book, energy bars, laundry bags, and swim gear? I roll my dress, jacket, and wool buff and shove them in any available space. I like to roll and layer my PJs on top with my travel book for easy access when I arrive at my destination at night. Laundry bags, energy bars, and swim gear go into the top flap of my suitcase. The solution is to carry only the liquid essentials and stick your electronic gadgets in an easy to view Ziploc bag.
Both the liquids bag and electronics Ziploc were accessible in my sling pack purse for quick security checks. If a flight was super strict about boarding with one bag, I still had plenty of room to stuff my sling purse into my carry-on. Do a little laundry for five minutes each night in your hotel room bathroom sink. A dollop of shampoo can do wonders to clean socks, wash underwear, and launder shirts. Use your shower to hang your gear to dry overnight. Leave your full-sized shampoo and cream moisturizer at home.
Go ahead and downsize your hair brush, toothbrush, and makeup brushes too. This inexpensive travel makeup brush set was a huge space saver and skin fixer in airports and anywhere else I needed to powder my nose. Most hotels in Europe offer towels to travelers. Thank goodness for my microfiber travel towel — it got me dry fast without adding a lot of suitcase weight.
My travel wear consisted of a trench coat fashionable around the world , blue jeans, tank top with shelf bra , thin wool shirt, light wool sweater, and a blue scarf.
Some flights were freezing, others were hot stuff. How do you pack your suitcase? Any cost associated outweighs the hassle. I travel with a small child, so one 2 or 3 carry on bag will not cut it.
As a consequence, I try to only need to check 1 bag to minimize costs. My son gets 1 bag allowance as well — 2 books max, 1 toy that does not have multiple pieces, 1 stuffed toy, 1 blanket though the blanket is usually under the plane in the big bag with clothes for 3. IMO, there are two types of luggage, carry on and lost.
We took our kids to Europe for a month in the summer of when they were 7 and Each of us took a standard carry on bag and we still took too much.
Twelve days of the trip were on a cruise so the rest of us also had to have a dressy outfit for the 2 formal dinners. We each took about one week of clothing all mix and match and we washed everything at the end of weeks 1,2,3 and arrived home in our last clean outfits at the end of week 4.
We were in Munich on day 21 and found a laundromat where you could drop off your clothes, go sightseeing for the day and pick them up later all folded. We follow similar rules: Agree on one type and share. Same for sunscreen, toothpaste, floss etc. To stay within airline limits you may need to divide the pile of little bottles between two bags, but the fewer items you need to collect up every time you change hotels the better. I do have a question about your list above though.
For a 10 day trip, why the need for 10 shirts, when many were merino and each could be worn for multiple days? The answer lies in my armpits since I … ummm … sweat a lot. On a normal day I will sweat through three shirts by just sitting and typing. I want to point out the ballerina flats pictured are also a double-duty item: Kind of like galoshes of days of yore.
Indeed, my flats are are two-in-one shoe made by Patagonia. My Christmas wish list includes one of these jackets by Scottevest http: My laptop bag will have space for my clothes.
That dog is precious! I travelled to Europe for six days with only my carry-on. I am hopping on a plane tomorrow to fly across the country and I already resorted to paying the extra check bag fee.
I will be staying for 7 days at my location, but I think I can manage it. Besides, the feeling of NOT being bogged down by extra baggage is priceless. I totally understand the sweating issue Kerry. They come in white and black, short and long and I have some of each.
I am going to use as many of these tips as I can for my trip home at Christmas — taking a 16 hour train journey north with hopefully one medium suitcase and a computer backpack. Where I get off there is no train station, not even a waiting area, so wearing my heavier clothes will definitely work! What I try to do when I travel is wear old socks or underwear so that way after you wear them once while on vacation maybe while exercising you can then throw them in the trash rather then taking them home.
I also take just enough toothpaste, shampoo, and deoderant for my vacation. I throw the containers away on the last day so I am not lugging all those items home with me. My husband and I love packing in carry-on only. My husband has also fallen in love with quick-drying clothes and travel wear in general and is lucky that he can incorporate them into his regular work wardrobe. It also helps to know your destination a bit too. We take an annual trip to Seattle and stay in the same hotel each time.
I avoided my first excess baggage fee this year by just doing the carry on. Mind you, they still made me gate check it and then busted the handle.. How to pack a suitcase — Make this your packing mantra: Hi Kerry and thaks for all the good tips. I would add that we bustier women take an extra bra.
Squawkfox dishes on the details that make everything fit into that one carry-on. I do one more thing. I pack my carry on within a another bag and then have an extra for laundry while travelling, and then anything that comes home. Any chance that you can do a post about putting together a frugal yet fashionable basic wardrobe?
I need a total wardrobe overhaul after being in maternity clothes the past few years. That is highly impressive!
I was glad to see that we share the clothing-rolling technique. I always wondered if other people did that. In terms of my list, I always pack double-duty shirts too. Also, I quickly realized that make up is not a necessity — just cover up. One time it does not pay to travel light is when you have to take your whole life with you. Glad to see such practical and detailed suggestions! I usually travel to countries that may need these items. Find a medical clinic and donate.
All clothes, shoes, scarves etc are given to the locals that I have meet. No return luggage other than your purse, passport and airport reading! When travelling on a tour, which I do frequently, one is often packing and repacking almost daily. I have found that extra large ziplock freezer bags come in handy. I can fit a top or two and a lightweight skirt in one. I also use the bags for underwear, one for used and one for clean. If you push down on the bag you can create a vacuum pack.
I still had room for purchases. Where did you buy your patagonia 2 in 1 flats? I looked on line but having trouble finding them. So one outfit on, the others in the bag. We kept my daughter in diapers for the trip because I thought it would be easier than locating toilets for her if we tried toilet training. You can do it, just be open. I love this list. Will be super helpful for when I finally start travelling around.
My comfy shoes are a pair of Black DC sneakers, they can mirror as fancy shoes they are currently work shoes at a semi-fancy hotel and nobody has given me heck over it. Oh, you know all my tricks and a few more! The fine balance between carrying as little as possible yet having all that you need is an art and an essential skill.
These principles also transfer to bike touring, and probably other sports. My mom always packs this way and I never believed it worked. Sure it may take a few pieces out of circulation but hey we all have too much clothing anyway right!
I wonder if any of my business associates will notice I always wear the same things! LOL, of course I can mix it up with different coloured scarves or jewelery. I also limit my make-up and toiletries to one small clear travel bag so I can just pull it out to go through security. The two things I have the most trouble with are my hot air brush which I use to straighten my hair and shoes, for some reason I always feel the need to bring more than one pair.
I usually wear dress boots and bring shoes that will work with casual wear. A while ago I went for a trip with a couple of friends, and pretty much all of them were surprised that not only did I not have to go through checked luggage, I still had room to fit my backpack inside when the airport people turned strict about the one item rule..
Carl thinks so too. Also pay attention to what you can get locally. My 2 trips to England and helped clean out my closet of older clothes. The first 3 days of each trip, I dumped the older clothes and quickly my bag opened up for purchases. I have had the opportunity to do some limited travel through Europe and have one possible item to add to your list. I saw this little item online and thought it might be beneficial if I ever get to go there again. Where can they be found?
The shoe company Keen Footwear www. I absolutely love your site! Since Hurricane Katrina hit our area, my family members have moved to different parts of the U. I love your ideas and even when I have to check a bag, I always carry my good shoes thanks to a hard-learned lesson when luggage was lost in Hawaii at Christmas time. I spent 5 weeks travelling in Scotland with only a backpack suitcase.
One pair of Tilly Endurables pants, one pair of Tilly Endurables shorts, rain jacket Scotland after all , one sweater, and four tee shirts, one extra large to sleep in, and two pairs of socks and two pairs of Tilly undies and one bra. All I needed for a month. I bought toilettries in country and left them behind when I left. I now travel across Canada for work, for court attendances of up to a week. One black skirt, one grey skirt, one black dress pant and three white dress shirts and one black dress jacket, one pair jeans and a large tee to sleep in.
Undies and bra, one pair dress shoes and I wear runners. All fits in my carry on. On some premium routes such as P. Hey when you purchase your ticket, your paying for your rightful piece of real estate above your head which is intended for those seats below….. I spent 5 weeks backpacking in Europe with my family of four each with a convertible backpack straps hid away to look like a suitcase about the same size as yours.
We went Carry-on all the way. Even with the limited packing space, we all found there were many things we brought that we wouldnt bother bringing next time.
Is Right About Vaccines: You can read more about that here: We also have documents that indicate scientific fraud and manipulation of data when it comes to the adverse affects of vaccinations. The story was under the heading on the RadioNZ website: Medical Witch Hunt Kicks off in Australia The study was then retracted, but has been republished in another journal since.
One thing we now know for sure is that the development of autism goes far beyond genetics. The research suggesting that vaccines and glyphosate could possibly play a role in autism comes from various peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as independent research conducted by renowned scientists from all over the world. One of those scientists is Dr. Information regarding autism and pesticides are linked in two articles above after the first paragraph.
In recent years her research has focused specifically on biology, nutrition and health. In North America alone, millions of doses of vaccines are administered to children every year. Various chemicals are added to the vaccines as preservatives, and theses chemical additives have been responsible for stirring up quite the controversy, especially within the past couple of years.
One common substance found in vaccines is aluminum. A paper published by Dr. Seneff in argues that severe adverse reactions to the chemicals like aluminum within vaccines can be associated with life threatening conditions that are associated with the heart and brain. The paper goes on to argue that there is a relationship between autism and acute adverse reactions to vaccinations. Dr Seneff is not claiming that vaccines cause autism, she is simply claiming that children could be vulnerable to an acute reaction to an aluminum adjuvanted vaccine, which could cause neuronal damage.
The study also outlines how autism is associated with elevated levels of nitrate in the blood stream, and that aluminum likely plays a role in in the excess nitrate production. Furthermore, the study shows how abnormally high levels of aluminum were recently found in hair analyses of over half of 34 autistic children that were analyzed. Another important factor mentioned in her research is that autism is associated with abnormal immune function, and this she argues is enhanced by aluminum adjuvants in vaccines.
In summary, the paper argues that autism develops as a result of a deficiency in the supply of cholesterol sulfate to stabilize the colloidal suspension system of the blood. There is also a concerning scarcity of data on toxicology and pharmacokinetics of these compounds.
In spite of this, the notion that aluminum in vaccines is safe appears to be widely accepted. Professor Christopher Shaw and Dr.
Lucija Tomljenovic of UBC in a recent study also show that the more children receive vaccines with aluminum adjuvants, the greater their chance is of developing autism, autoimmune diseases and neurological problems later in life. A demonstrated neurotoxin, Aluminum is the only approved adjuvant in the US.
Its use presents the risk of brain inflammation, autoimmunity and other adverse health consequences. The paper discussed above by Dr. Seneff is from In more recent news regarding Dr. Seneff, she recently presented more scientific research at the Third International Symposium on Vaccines in March It was part of the 9th International Congress on Autoimmunity. As noted above, Dr.
Seneff commonly makes the case that neurological brain diseases are a result of an insufficient supply of sulfate to the brain. Some interesting studies have been done when it comes to Heparin Sulfate, which also plays a key role in fetal brain development, protecting against damaging free radicals.
There are alternative methods that now exist researchers can use to do their testing. Seneff is suggesting is that melatonin is a key factor in the delivery of sulfate to the brain. That sunlight exposure helps the pineal gland build up supplies of sulfate by the day, storing it in heparan sulfate molecules.
When the evening comes around, the pineal gland produces melatonin, and transports it as melatonin sulfate to several parts of the brain. The significance here is that there is an association of autism with heparan sulfate depletion in the lateral and third ventricles, and the tip of the third ventricle is located within the pineal gland.
But when the brain is loaded with toxic chemicals, like aluminum, it hinders that process. Seneff is pointing to the fact that many neurological diseases of the brain have a common origin, which includes an insufficient supply of sulfate to the brain. She is concluding that enhanced toxic metal exposure aluminum impairs the brains ability to detox itself and eliminate them. As a result, these toxic metals interfere with sulfate synthesis, create a heparan sulfate deficency which in turn leads to autism as mentioned and pointed out with the studies cited above.
Some of the ailments associated with diagnosis might not be ailments at all, but gifts that are in no way associated with vaccines. On the other hand, I do believe in some cases, characteristics that are seen in some autistic children are the cause of various toxins from pesticides to vaccines, especially children who have a genetic make up that makes them more sensitive to these chemicals. Enormous Basic Lies about Vaccination.
If only half of America is properly vaccinated, where are the epidemics? This requires a doctor's diagnosis of gender dysphoria and that someone spend two years of living as a member of the opposite gender.
Plans for self-identification were included in the Labour manifesto, though not the Conservative one. Tube to Change 'Ladies and Gentlemen' Announcements. The announcement comes just days after Jeremy Corbyn urged the Conservatives to overhaul transgender rights.
On Wednesday Mr Corbyn said the current arrangements were "wrong" and that people should be allowed to self-identify. Transgenderism Of Children Is Child Abuse The American College of Pediatricians issued a statement this week condemning gender reclassification in children by stating that transgenderism in children amounts to child abuse.
Facts — not ideology — determine reality. Human sexuality is an objective biological binary trait: No one is born with a gender. Everyone is born with a biological sex. Gender an awareness and sense of oneself as male or female is a sociological and psychological concept; not an objective biological one. When an otherwise healthy biological boy believes he is a girl, or an otherwise healthy biological girl believes she is a boy, an objective psychological problem exists that lies in the mind not the body, and it should be treated as such.
Puberty is not a disease and puberty-blocking hormones can be dangerous. Reversible or not, puberty-blocking hormones induce a state of disease — the absence of puberty — and inhibit growth and fertility in a previously biologically healthy child. Children who use puberty blockers to impersonate the opposite sex will require cross-sex hormones in late adolescence.
Cross-sex hormones testosterone and estrogen are associated with dangerous health risks including but not limited to high blood pressure, blood clots, stroke and cancer.
Rates of suicide are twenty times greater among adults who use cross-sex hormones and undergo sex reassignment surgery, even in Sweden which is among the most LGBQT — affirming countries. Conditioning children into believing a lifetime of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex is normal and healthful as child abuse.
The left, as one might expect, reacted swiftly with claws fully extended. Transgender Reveals Self in Kindergarten Class. The statement was also signed by Drs.
Facebook wants access without limits. If you need help, they want to be sure you get the appropriate support. For example, be aware that there is no defining lab test for clinical depression. No blood test, no urine test, no saliva test, no brain scan, no genetic assay.
Therefore, any Google questionnaire is simply going to feed into that trough of pseudoscience. Then, of course, there are the drugs that come with a diagnosis of depression. Drugs like Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft. Peter Breggin, eminent psychiatrist, expert witness in court trials, and author of Toxic Psychiatry , wrote the following about these drugs. I suggest paying close attention:. These older stimulants and most of the newer antidepressants cause similar effects as a result of their impact on a neurotransmitter in the brain called serotonin.
In June in South Carolina, Christopher Pittman will go on trial for shooting his grandparents to death while they slept. Chris was twelve when his family doctor started him on Zoloft.
Three weeks later the doctor doubled his dose and one week later Chris committed the violent acts. In other cases, a fourteen-year-old girl on Prozac fired a pistol pointblank at a friend but the gun failed to go off, and a teenage boy on Zoloft beat to death an elderly woman who complained to him about his loud music.
A greater number of cases involve adults who lost control of themselves while taking antidepressants. In at least two cases judges have found individuals not guilty on the basis of involuntary intoxication with psychiatric drugs and other cases have resulted in reduced charges, lesser convictions, or shortened sentences. They can carry out elaborate but grandiose and doomed plans. None developed mania on a sugar pill [placebo].
Many can cause withdrawal reactions that last days and sometimes longer, causing some patients to feel depressed, suicidal or even violent. Stopping antidepressants should be done carefully and with experienced clinical supervision. Here is the kicker. It can lower its ranking. Here Is His Story. Fouchier focused on the transmission of the disease among ferrets, which are the lab stand-in for people.
Now, scientists in California have published research concerning enabling the human-to-human transmission of the bird flu virus H7N9. The article explaining the three genetic changes which need to be made to transform H7N9 into a virtual pandemic agent was published on June 15, in the journal PLOS Pathogens. The NPR article quotes Paulsen as stating he wants next to test the mutated strain on ferrets.
Reuters reported on a number of scientists who were enthusiastic about the Scripps findings. Three mutations could make bird flu a potential pandemic: Not all the scientists interviewed were happy about the research. In fact, I would be reluctant to have them do that.
Scientists argue that it is necessary to first create the weapon in this case a pandemic agent in order to research the cure. Initially, it was thought that nine labs received the live anthrax. The number soon expanded and it was ultimately admitted that separate shipments of live anthrax had gone out in the span of a decade. According to sources in the US government, the moratorium on publishing this type of research is soon to be lifted. Shortly, anyone with two specimen vials to rub together may very well be able to surf the Web and learn how to create a worldwide plague.
For the risk that the leaders of a rogue state will use nuclear, chemical or biological weapons against us or our allies is the greatest security threat we face. And it is a threat against which we must and will stand firm.
We never found those weapons in Iraq. Three mutations switch H7N9 influenza to human-type receptor specificity. In order to gain clarity and raise awareness about health and well-being, we are diving into vitamins, alternative medicine, the effects of the environment on our body systems, and more, to provide a deeper understanding of what it looks like to live a healthy, well-balanced life. Jayasumana and his team, who conducted previous research on glyphosate, are trying to get to the bottom of an epidemic of SAN, or Sri Lankan Agricultural Nephropathy, that has been affecting Sri Lankan paddy farmers at an ever-increasing rate since , which is right around the time glyphosate was introduced.
Earlier research pegged both arsenic and cadmium exposure as factors in this deadly endemic disease, which manifests as tubulo-interstitial type nephropathy. For their study, the team collected urine samples from patients with SAN living in the Padavi-Sripura region of the country, one of the locations where SAN rates have reached epic proportions. After analyzing all the samples for 19 different heavy metals as well as the presence of glyphosate , the team learned that heavy metal contamination was particularly problematic in the endemic region and specifically amplified in those who were also exposed to glyphosate.
In other words, participants with glyphosate in their systems also had higher-than-normal levels of heavy metals. Processed Food Is Dying: Nestlé also owns the pharmaceutical company Prometheus Therapeutics and Diagnostics , whose message to doctors is: In fact, regarding the global rise in celiac disease prevalence, prominent celiac researcher Dr. When a corporation so heavily profits from the commercial use of dairy, a well-known digestive irritant, while also profiting from prescribing treatments for the side effects of improper digestion, that is a major conflict of interest.
Several studies have linked frequent usage of talc in the genital region to pelvic inflammation and an increased risk of ovarian cancer. JNJ also owns Janssen Pharmaceuticals , who manufactures one of the top ovarian cancer chemotherapy drugs: Ovarian cancer patients are recommended to have 50ml injected once a month for at least 4 monthly cycles.
Memory Foam mattress Warning: Chemical offgassing affecting customers In , about 22, women in the U. Ovarian cancer is ranked 5th among all cancer deaths in women, making it the most lethal form of cancer of the female reproductive system. When we multiply the 22, thousand new U. Merisant Sweeteners and vTv Therapeutics. Merisant is a top global manufacturer of artificial sweetener brands whose products are currently being sold in over 90 countries.
Should we really continue to allow the people who so massively profit from selling aspartame-laced Equal Sweetener the opportunity to also own and sell the pharmaceuticals that deal with the side-effects of aspartame consumption? Hearthside Food Solutions and 21st Century Oncology. Chlorine in swimming pools transforms sunscreen into cancer-causing toxic chemical right on your skin.
While most people already know that eating processed grains is unhealthy, some might not be aware of the high correlation between the consumption of processed, simple carbs with certain types of cancer development, such as prostate , colorectal and uterine cancers , while on the contrary, choosing healthy, complex carbs like legumes and leafy greens is correlated with a significant reduction in the risk for breast, colorectal, and prostate cancers.
An example is the refining of grains, which greatly lowers the amount of fiber and other compounds that may reduce cancer risk. There are several particulars I think you ought to know. None consider non-thermal radiation wave length adverse health effects. Those devices operate in the GHz gigahertz range, which are more problematic or harmful especially to children.
Think of Wi-Fi using this analogy: Wi-Fi is like leaving your microwave oven on, operating at high power with the oven door left open. Now think one such analogy and device for every room in your house, if your house is not hard-wired for safe Wi-Fi, but you use routers. Keep all high tech, smart appliances away from the use by children, especially cell phones for those who are young.
Never allow anyone to sleep with a cell phone on the bed, clasped in their hand or under a pillow. At night, turn off circuit breakers to bedrooms, if need be, to get away from AMI Smart Meters sending EMFs with dirty electricity or sinusoidal harmonics pulsing over copper wiring inside your bedroom walls, thousand times faster than the 60Hz wiring is built to carry.
The Schumann Resonance is the hertz frequency at which the human body resonates or vibrates electromagnetically, which is 7. Humans basically are electromagnetic beings. That is confirmed by medical tests that measure brain, heart and muscle activity.
Click on the image above to view a larger version in a new window 8. Therefore, exposure should be eliminated from all sources and appliances. High tech reliance is a newly-acquired human addiction, which has psychologists worried about the younger generations and how they are being affected negatively, socially and emotionally. Study a comprehensive chart of the Electromagnetic Spectrum to understand how various smart appliances are rated.
Cell phones frequency ranges are from 3KHz to GHz. Because of such extreme overuse and addictions to iPhones, smart phones and cell phones, tech providers now want to install 5G microwave antennas right outside your front porch on a pole. In April of , an Italian court ruled a work-related use of a mobile phone caused an executive to develop a benign brain tumor.
Slowly awareness is coming into the high tech microwave world of legal law suits. One Hertz Hz equals one cycle per second. One kilohertz KHz is equivalent to one thousand cycles per second. One megahertz MHz equals one million cycles per second. A Gigahertz GHz is a frequency equal to one billion hertz or cycles per second. Microwaves are a specific category of radio waves that loosely can be defined as radiofrequency energy at frequencies ranging from 1 GHz to 30 GHz.
They become electromagnetically hypersensitive EHS or idiopathic environment intolerant IEI , as some medical doctors diagnose the syndrome, which has become more prevalent due to all the smart tech appliances and AMI Smart Meters. The FCC safety guidelines say you should not be subjected to a field of microwatts per centimeter squared for more than 30 minutes!
A microwatt is equal to one-millionth of a watt. Those figures are based on outdated science. AMI Smart Meters pulses and non-thermal exposures coming over inside-house-wall-wires from sinusoidal harmonics thousands times faster than the 60Hz wiring is built to withstand and deliver.
What does that tell you? The country of Russia apparently has denied 5G rollout and is planning on using fiber optic cables to deliver Internet to everyone - the safest way possible, but not in the USA or with the FCC! That information indicates the importance of putting distance between you and an AMI Smart Meter and the use of shielding, if you cannot keep an analog meter. An analog meter is one that has 5 clock-like dials and a disk that spins.
There is an AMR Meter electric companies started installing in the s which reads your usage and sends it to the utility to provide a billing, and no meter reader comes around to read your meter.
The AMR can send information only one way and does not send dirty electricity pulses onto your house wires every 15 seconds or so looking for appliances to hook up with, monitor, surveil and report back to whomever. Proper and correct shielding methods can be taken, but you have to do your research to see what will work for you and your family.
Please remember you never want to sleep with the head of your bed against the wall near or against the electric AMI Smart Meter wall because of the inevitable magnetic field exposure all AMI Smart Meters emit within four feet in all directions. Stay away from them! They can provide information how to shield your indoor living and work space from a smart meter. Safe Living Technologies is a retailer of shielding fabrics to protect against sources of RF. The company is run by an engineer and building biologist, Rob Metzinger.
Their phone number is Use plug-in shut off switches, available online or at some local hardware stores. If you turn off the electric breakers to your bedrooms, make certain you have battery-operated smoke detectors installed in each bedroom.
Shielding also can be achieved by using Finemet and Cobaltex fabric from Less EMF see B above to create a safe room, such as a bedroom or sleeping area. That may be particularly helpful in apartment buildings where high frequency transient voltage comes from circuits in walls.
The most common symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitivity, per Richard Mankiewicz, are: A warm or burning sensation in the face somewhat like feeling sunburnt. Have a qualified electrician install a circuit breaking wall switch for each bedroom of your home so that at night while you sleep, the hot wires to your outlets that surround your room are shut off.
That type of spike disturbance keeps human life and frequency patterns off kilter. Here are some of the common sources of dirty electricity: How Wifi Works Click here to view a larger version of the image below in a new window. I contacted the author, Canadian Mr. Jerry Flynn, a retired captain, and asked his permission to use it verbatim in an article I would submit.
Flynn graciously gave his full permission. Evidence of this can be seen in the following: Technology-based industries, such as electric power generation and wireless and telecommunications are encouraged to explore and fully exploit new, commercial applications of wireless technology.
By doing so, those same industries, on which the US Defense Industry depends, ensure that the US military remains the most powerful on earth! Tragically for all Canadians, Health Canada and what was then Industry Canada saw fit in the s to align themselves with the USA and, in so doing, sacrificed forever the health and safety of the people of Canada!
This would be yet another, even more serious violation of the Nuremburg [sic] Code and the most heinous crime imaginable! Governments of Canada are elected, in part, to protect the health, safety and well-being of its people. These disease epidemics are now common in every jurisdiction on earth that has adopted wireless technology! ISEDC also needs to heed that: Doctors are very concerned and point to some potential causes.
Such is the power of mainstream new media, which controls what people are allowed to see on TV, hear on the radio, or read in newspapers! They knew then that non-thermal radiation causes cancer!
American doctors also observed gastric bleeding, leukemia, chromosome damage, etc. Also, since , the US military and its allies — including Canada — have publicly recognized only the thermal effects of RF-MW radiation! It is a tragedy that EMF radiation is both invisible and indiscernible, because it is literally everywhere today, and no person and no living thing can escape it!
John Campbell interviews Dr. My name is Tetyana Obukhanych. I hold a PhD in Immunology. I am writing this letter in the hope that it will correct several common misperceptions about vaccines in order to help you formulate a fair and balanced understanding that is supported by accepted vaccine theory and new scientific findings.
Do unvaccinated children pose a higher threat to the public than the vaccinated? You should be aware that the nature of protection afforded by many modern vaccines — and that includes most of the vaccines recommended by the CDC for children — is not consistent with such a statement. I have outlined below the recommended vaccines that cannot prevent transmission of disease either because they are not designed to prevent the transmission of infection rather, they are intended to prevent disease symptoms , or because they are for non-communicable diseases.
People who have not received the vaccines mentioned below pose no higher threat to the general public than those who have, implying that discrimination against non-immunized children in a public school setting may not be warranted. Dr Tetyana Obukhanych is the author of Vaccine Illusion: In her book, she presents a view on vaccination that is radically different from mainstream theories.
Dr Tetyana Obukhanych, has studied immunology in some of the world's most prestigious medical institutions. The Real Reason Aluminum is in Vaccines! Visits the VaxXed Bus. There are great videos on vaxxedTV youtube. When things are getting desperate for vaccine industry, get John Oliver to promote your propaganda.
Toddler survives smallpox vaccine reaction. Vinny Breaks down vaccine propaganda. The European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance, which is helping to co-ordinate the protests, describes compulsory vaccination as a breach of fundamental human rights.
Asset, a pro-vaccine group, does not believe that a compulsory programme is the way to go. In France, two parents were jailed after refusing to have their child vaccinated. To find out more about the protests, go to: In vaccines are a shot in the dark!
That means going to the independent experts, not Big Pharma vaccine patent holder i. The media cannot be trusted, they have been compromised, and unfortunately vaccine science has also been compromised, as the doctors below will confirm for you.
Vaccine Safety Conference Session — Dr. Vaccine Safety Conference Session 13 — Dr. Vaccine Safety Conference Session 3 — Dr. Vaccine Safety Conference Session Vaccine Safety Conference Session 16 Dr. Vaccine Safety Conference Session 20 — Dr. My friend lost his baby brother from vaccine induced SIDS. The parents took them to court and got a tiny bit of compensation. During the trial the head of the company admitted that he has not vaccinated his own children.
So why the fuck should we. Producing vaccines that are a cure all would conflict severely with their interests in manufacturing drugs to manage symptoms and make people better once they are sick. The elite rarely vaccinate, even many Hollywood celebrities are avoiding vaccination, somehow they know too much, they know how the game works. Vaccines are essentially a way of placing taxes on the herd, taxes which get paid to Big Pharma, the price of the vaccine is just the tip of the iceberg, the real money they make is in the lifelong diseases which vaccines regularly induce, highly profitable diseases which leave people as customers to Big Pharma for life.
According to numerous media reports, Bezos plans to take over the pharmaceutical retailing industry and turn Amazon. A Convergence Of Evil: This the problem with unbridled capitalism combined with quack science medicine: The mass poisoning of the people has become so incredibly profitable that every retailer wants a piece of the lucrative pie.
Meanwhile, all their own children are dying from statin drugs, toxic chemotherapy or suicide-inducing antidepressant medications. This is the new Amazon, where Prime delivery means that flying DRONES will deliver all the chemical medications needed to turn the population into biological drones. Thanks to Jeff Bezos, America will soon become a zombieland of drugged-out, stupefied mass consumers who are oblivious to reality. The Myth Of Drug Expiration Dates Hospitals and pharmacies are required to toss expired drugs, no matter how expensive or vital.
Meanwhile the FDA has long known that many remain safe and potent for years longer. The box of prescription drugs had been forgotten in a back closet of a retail pharmacy for so long that some of the pills predated the moon landing. Most were 30 to 40 years past their expiration dates - possibly toxic, probably worthless. This article come from a mainstream source which is clearly not up-to-speed on the dangers associated with pharmaceutical drugs. However, the article highlights another corrup aspect of the pharmaceutical industry in terms of how they boost profits by mandated "expiry" dates But to Lee Cantrell, who helps run the California Poison Control System, the cache was an opportunity to answer an enduring question about the actual shelf life of drugs: Could these drugs from the bell-bottom era still be potent?
Cantrell called Roy Gerona, a University of California, San Francisco, researcher who specializes in analyzing chemicals. Gerona had grown up in the Philippines and had seen people recover from sickness by taking expired drugs with no apparent ill effects.
The age of the drugs might have been bizarre, but the question the researchers wanted to answer wasn't. Pharmacies across the country - in major medical centers and in neighborhood strip malls - routinely toss out tons of scarce and potentially valuable prescription drugs when they hit their expiration dates. Gerona and Cantrell, a pharmacist and toxicologist, knew that the term "expiration date" was a misnomer.
The dates on drug labels are simply the point up to which the Food and Drug Administration and pharmaceutical companies guarantee their effectiveness, typically at two or three years. Pharmacist and toxicologist Lee Cantrell tested drugs that had been expired for decades.
Most of them were still potent enough to be on the shelves today Related: ProPublica has been researching why the US health care system is the most expensive in the world. One answer, broadly, is waste - some of it buried in practices that the medical establishment and the rest of us take for granted. We've documented how hospitals often discard pricey new supplies , how nursing homes trash valuable medications after patients pass away or move out, and how drug companies create expensive combinations of cheap drugs.
What if the system is destroying drugs that are technically "expired" but could still be safely used? In his lab, Gerona ran tests on the decades-old drugs, including some now defunct brands such as the diet pills Obocell once pitched to doctors with a portly figurine called "Mr. Overall, the bottles contained 14 different compounds, including antihistamines, pain relievers and stimulants.
All the drugs tested were in their original sealed containers. David Berkowitz, assistant director of the pharmacy at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, said he questions the validity of many drug expiration dates Related: A dozen of the 14 compounds were still as potent as they were when they were manufactured, some at almost percent of their labeled concentrations.
Cantrell and Gerona knew their findings had big implications. Perhaps no area of health care has provoked as much anger in recent years as prescription drugs. The news media is rife with stories of medications priced out of reach or of shortages of crucial drugs, sometimes because producing them is no longer profitable.
Tossing such drugs when they expire is doubly hard. Play that out at hospitals across the country and the tab is significant: And that doesn't include the costs of expired drugs at long-term care pharmacies, retail pharmacies and in consumer medicine cabinets.
After Cantrell and Gerona published their findings in Archives of Internal Medicine in , some readers accused them of being irresponsible and advising patients that it was OK to take expired drugs. Cantrell says they weren't recommending the use of expired medication, just reviewing the arbitrary way the dates are set.
But after a brief burst of attention, the response to their study faded. That raises an even bigger question: If some drugs remain effective well beyond the date on their labels, why hasn't there been a push to extend their expiration dates?
It turns out that the FDA, the agency that helps set the dates, has long known the shelf life of some drugs can be extended, sometimes by years. In fact, the federal government has saved a fortune by doing this. For decades, the federal government has stockpiled massive stashes of medication, antidotes and vaccines in secure locations throughout the country.
The drugs are worth tens of billions of dollars and would provide a first line of defense in case of a large-scale emergency. Maintaining these stockpiles is expensive. The drugs have to be kept secure and at the proper humidity and temperature so they don't degrade. Luckily, the country has rarely needed to tap into many of the drugs, but this means they often reach their expiration dates. The Eradication Of Natural Alternatives: Big Pharma Wants To Eliminate The Competition Though the government requires pharmacies to throw away expired drugs, it doesn't always follow these instructions itself.
Instead, for more than 30 years, it has pulled some medicines and tested their quality. The idea that drugs expire on specified dates goes back at least a half-century, when the FDA began requiring manufacturers to add this information to the label. The time limits allow the agency to ensure medications work safely and effectively for patients. To determine a new drug's shelf life, its maker zaps it with intense heat and soaks it with moisture to see how it degrades under stress.
It also checks how it breaks down over time. The drug company then proposes an expiration date to the FDA, which reviews the data to ensure it supports the date and approves it.
Despite the difference in drugs' makeup, most "expire" after two or three years. Once a drug is launched, the makers run tests to ensure it continues to be effective up to its labeled expiration date. Since they are not required to check beyond it, most don't, largely because regulations make it expensive and time-consuming for manufacturers to extend expiration dates, says Yan Wu, an analytical chemist who is part of a focus group at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists that looks at the long-term stability of drugs.
Most companies, she says, would rather sell new drugs and develop additional products. Pharmacists and researchers say there is no economic "win" for drug companies to investigate further. They ring up more sales when medications are tossed as "expired" by hospitals, retail pharmacies and consumers despite retaining their safety and effectiveness.
Industry officials say patient safety is their highest priority. Olivia Shopshear, director of science and regulatory advocacy for the drug industry trade group Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, or PhRMA, says expiration dates are chosen "based on the period of time when any given lot will maintain its identity, potency and purity, which translates into safety for the patient.
That being said, it's an open secret among medical professionals that many drugs maintain their ability to combat ailments well after their labels say they don't. The federal agencies that stockpile drugs - including the military, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Veterans Affairs - have long realized the savings in revisiting expiration dates. In , the Air Force, hoping to save on replacement costs, asked the FDA if certain drugs' expiration dates could be extended.
Each year, drugs from the stockpiles are selected based on their value and pending expiration and analyzed in batches to determine whether their end dates could be safely extended.
For several decades, the program has found that the actual shelf life of many drugs is well beyond the original expiration dates. A study of drugs tested by the program showed that two-thirds of the expired medications were stable every time a lot was tested. Each of them had their expiration dates extended, on average, by more than four years, according to research published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Some that failed to hold their potency include the common asthma inhalant albuterol, the topical rash spray diphenhydramine, and a local anesthetic made from lidocaine and epinephrine, the study said.
But neither Cantrell nor Dr. Cathleen Clancy, associate medical director of National Capital Poison Center, a nonprofit organization affiliated with the George Washington University Medical Center, had heard of anyone being harmed by any expired drugs. Cantrell says there has been no recorded instance of such harm in medical literature. The drugs kept in emergency crash carts at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, outside Boston, Massachusetts, often expire before they can be used and must be thrown away Related: Marc Young, a pharmacist who helped run the extension program from to , says it has had a "ridiculous" return on investment.
To put the magnitude of that return on investment into everyday terms: Hussain is now president of the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology and Education, an organization of 17 universities that's working to reduce the cost of pharmaceutical development. He says the high price of drugs and shortages make it time to reexamine drug expiration dates in the commercial market. Some medical providers have pushed for a changed approach to drug expiration dates - with no success.
In , the American Medical Association, foretelling the current prescription drug crisis, adopted a resolution urging action. The shelf life of many drugs, it wrote, seems to be "considerably longer" than their expiration dates, leading to "unnecessary waste, higher pharmaceutical costs, and possibly reduced access to necessary drugs for some patients.
On a recent weekday, Berkowitz sorted through bins and boxes of medication in a back hallway of the hospital's pharmacy, peering at expiration dates. As the pharmacy's assistant director, he carefully manages how the facility orders and dispenses drugs to patients. Running a pharmacy is like working in a restaurant because everything is perishable, he says, "but without the free food.
So at Newton-Wellesley, outdated drugs are shunted to shelves in the back of the pharmacy and marked with a sign that says: And then the bins fill again.
One of the plastic boxes is piled with EpiPens - devices that automatically inject epinephrine to treat severe allergic reactions. These are from emergency kits that are rarely used, which means they often expire. Berkowitz counts them, tossing each one with a clatter into a separate container, "… that's 45, 46, 47…" He finishes at The devices had been donated by consumers, which meant they could have been stored in conditions that would cause them to break down, like a car's glove box or a steamy bathroom.
The EpiPens also contain liquid medicine, which tends to be less stable than solid medications. Testing showed 24 of the 40 expired devices contained at least 90 percent of their stated amount of epinephrine, enough to be considered as potent as when they were made.
All of them contained at least 80 percent of their labeled concentration of medication. Even EpiPens stored in less than ideal conditions may last longer than their labels say they do, and if there's no other option, an expired EpiPen may be better than nothing, Cantrell says.
At Newton-Wellesley, Berkowitz keeps a spreadsheet of every outdated drug he throws away. The pharmacy sends what it can back for credit, but it doesn't come close to replacing what the hospital paid. Then there's the added angst of tossing drugs that are in short supply. Berkowitz picks up a box of sodium bicarbonate, which is crucial for heart surgery and to treat certain overdoses.
It's being rationed because there's so little available. He holds up a purple box of atropine, which gives patients a boost when they have low heart rates. It's also in short supply. In the federal government's stockpile, the expiration dates of both drugs have been extended, but they have to be thrown away by Berkowitz and other hospital pharmacists. The FDA study of the extension program also said it pushed back the expiration date on lots of mannitol, a diuretic, for an average of five years.
Berkowitz has to toss his out. The drug reverses narcotic overdoses in an emergency and is currently in wide use in the opioid epidemic. The FDA extended its use-by date for the stockpiled drugs, but Berkowitz has to trash it. On rare occasions, a pharmaceutical company will extend the expiration dates of its own products because of shortages. That's what happened in June, when the FDA posted extended expiration dates from Pfizer for batches of its injectable atropine, dextrose, epinephrine and sodium bicarbonate.
The agency notice included the lot numbers of the batches being extended and added six months to a year to their expiration dates. His team rescued four boxes of the syringes from destruction, including 75 atropine, 15 dextrose, epinephrine and 22 sodium bicarbonate. In a blink, "expired" drugs that were in the trash heap were put back into the pharmacy supply. Berkowitz says he appreciated Pfizer's action, but feels it should be standard to make sure drugs that are still effective aren't thrown away.
Four scientists who worked on the FDA extension program told ProPublica something like that could work for drugs stored in hospital pharmacies, where conditions are carefully controlled. Greg Burel, director of the CDC's stockpile, says he worries that if drugmakers were forced to extend their expiration dates it could backfire, making it unprofitable to produce certain drugs and thereby reducing access or increasing prices.
The commentary in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, called " Extending Shelf Life Just Makes Sense ," also suggested that drugmakers could be required to set a preliminary expiration date and then update it after long-term testing. Patent Reveals Plan To Hide Vaccines In Food Particles An independent organization could also do testing similar to that done by the FDA extension program, or data from the extension program could be applied to properly stored medications. ProPublica asked the FDA whether it could expand its extension program, or something like it, to hospital pharmacies, where drugs are stored in stable conditions similar to the national stockpile.
Whatever the solution, the drug industry will need to be spurred in order to change, says Hussain, the former FDA scientist. It is so common already, in fact, that it getting cancer is more common than getting married or having a first baby.
Government and its myriad regulatory agencies work diligently to prevent access to natural or alternative cancer treatments, and doctors and the mainstream media give the impression that the causes of cancer are a mystery. The list above essentially outlines the wide range of personal choices we know can increase the risk of cancer, mainly pointing out that food causes cancer.
Along with exercise, and common avoidable environmental factors, cancer is somewhat preventable. Corrosion inhibitor chemical found in thousands of hot dogs, bacon, sausage and processed meat products.
Within this information is the revelation that so much of our food system works against good health. Perhaps the greatest secret here in all of this is the growing awareness of the negative affects that consumption of sugar has on human health. In the face of such frightening statistical evidence on rising cancer rates, it is imperative to remember that the individual has more control over their health than the mainstream would have us believe.
How potatoes can increase the risk of cancer cell growth. The risks of full-fat milk are MYTH. Watch the video below. The Essex TV chef campaigned for a sugar tax on soft drinks in the UK and the levy is set to be introduced in A group of New Zealand scientists and doctors wants our government to introduce a similar tax to address our child obesity rates, but when the government, which has repeatedly ruled out the tax, refused to show up to the conference they enlisted Oliver to give the government some shit.
Hi to all the people in New Zealand at the sugar tax symposium. Big up Gerhard for reaching out and finding me. Apart from the one, or any politician from your government.
Which is a disgrace and disgusting. Because it is their job to listen to experts and listen to the public and react and debate internally whether they should make change.
Now guys New Zealand like Britain, has got some of the most obese children on the planet. The world has changed in the last 40 years. All the data is there to justify logically, scientifically, and economically, why we should have a sugary drinks tax.
In New Zealand that is 26 percent of all sugar kids get from sugar sweetened drinks. Of course they should be taxed. Of course they are contributing to obesity and diet related disease. Of course they are, we all know it. I spent a year and a half working with the British government to convince them and show them the data that they need a tax.
I am here as hopefully hope. This is the new norm. There is a little proviso. No one likes tax. Even when I told my own organisation that we were going to spend two years dedicated to curating a new tax they must have thought I was mad.
This is not regressive this is progressive. There is a proviso, you have to make sure that the money raised from this tax goes to elementary or primary schools in NZ. For sport, for food education right, to get kids understanding where food comes from and how it affects their body and then you will find it polls really well.
In Britain this tax polled 75 per cent. Politicians in the room, activists, come together. Come together, this is new money! This is new money for the children of New Zealand. Anyone that could debate this needs a slap. The science is there, the data is there, the measurements there. So today is a beautiful day.
Thank you everyone in the room that has come together. I know you would rather be doing different things, but you care about this. It looks like you are way more organised than we were, but we won guys, we won, we got it through. We got it through.
It is now ratified, it is happening. And here is the genius, it was never about the sugary drinks tax, it is not just about that. That is one of hundreds of things we need to do environmentally to make our countries less obesogenic for our children.
But what I have seen in Britain in four months is a complete reformulation of not just sugar but salt and fat in Britain. The sugary drinks tax has been a reformulation turbo charge. Guys lots of love, have a brilliant week and go and kick some arse from your government. Unfortunately, this gland is bombarded with numerous toxins due to the modern lifestyles we lead, the unhealthy foods we consume, and the stress we are daily exposed to. Therefore, it becomes hardened, calcified, and its function is impeded.
However, if you detoxify it, you will restore its function completely. The pineal gland has the size of a pea and is located in the center of the brain. Its shape is similar to a small Pinecone. Its role is to secrete Melatonin, a chemical whose function is to regulate our sleeping patterns. Yet, this strong antioxidant also slows down aging. Additionally, the pineal gland also secretes another hormone, serotonin, which is a neurotransmitter which maintains a balance of the mind and keeps us happy.
Scientists have still not confirmed this, but people claim that melatonin supplements create elevated feelings of empathy. Also, it has been hypothesized that the pineal gland produces DMT, a chemical linked to creativity, dreams, and hallucination.
Decalcify the Pineal Gland. The pineal gland gets calcified as a result of the accumulation of toxins. The main culprit is Sodium Fluoride, which is found in most drinking water, and many kinds of toothpaste. Other causes of calcification of the pineal gland include: This vitamin is manifested in two ways- K1 and K2. The first one is found in green leafy vegetables, while K2 is created by microflora in the intestines, and is found in foods like eggs yolks, chicken or goose livers, dairy from organically reared cows, fish roe, sauerkraut, fish oils omega 3 , and shellfish.
In a combination with vitamins A and D3, it eliminates calcium from arteries and the pineal gland and transfers it into the bones instead. Studies have shown that iodine eliminates sodium fluoride through the urine. Yet, many people are deficient in it, so you should eat more iodine-rich foods, like seaweed, Yet, make sure you also consume calcium as it lowers its levels.
Garlic is one of the most powerful natural antibiotics, and it also detoxifies the pineal gland by dissolving calcium. You should consume half a bulb every 2 days, and if its odor is too strong for you, soak it in some freshly squeezed lemon juice, or apple cider vinegar. Raw apple cider vinegar is high in malic acid which detoxifies this gland, so you can add it to salads and enjoy its benefits. Boron is another potent pineal gland detoxifier, and It removes fluoride from the body system, preventing further calcification.
Distilled water is the purest water form, so it washes away toxins and calcium deposits. Yet, make sure you also consume minerals during this method. Tamarind is commonly used in the Ayurveda, and it is made from the bark of the Tamarind Tree.
It effectively eliminates fluoride through the urine. The health of the pineal gland is of high importance for the overall health, as it improves the feelings of well-being and the sleep patterns. You should perform a day detox to cleanse it and support its function and make sure you reduce the intake of fluoride as much as possible.
The Secrets of the Pineal Gland. August 2 From: Loos that deal with manipulating the human nervous system by the use of electromagnetic fields! Who is Hendricus G. Henry Loos, or Dr. Hank Loos, has been awarded 11 U. Some of the patents include: USP Apparatus and method for generating and containing plasma having ultra high temperatures.
USP An optical instrument for measurement of particle size distribution. USP Remote magnetic manipulation of nervous systems. USP Pulsative manipulation f nervous systems. USP Method and apparatus for manipulating nervous system. USP Subliminal acoustic manipulation of nervous system. USP Nervous system manipulation by electromagnetic fields from monitor. A group of researchers under the name Dr H Loos were actually a group of hired professionals for researching and inventing such devices which could be developed and used for mass mind control, PSYOPS, behaviour modification later by CIA.
Who knows what the facts really are when vested interests probably want to keep confusion rank. However, I revert back to the Justia website with its extensive listing of patents and patents pending, which indicate someone has patents for something that borders upon non-thermal radiation at low levels that can and does effectuate the human nervous system upon application of certain techniques granted under U.
Here are some of the patents and information relating to Hendricus G. Loos as published at Justica:. Nervous system manipulation by electromagnetic fields from monitors Patent number: Remote magnetic manipulation of nervous systems Patent number: Pulse variability in electric field manipulation of nervous systems Patent number: Pulsative manipulation of nervous systems Patent number: Electric fringe field generator for manipulating nervous systems Patent number: Subliminal acoustic manipulation of nervous systems Patent number: Method and apparatus for associative memory Patent number: Magnetic excitation of sensory resonances Patent number: Thermal excitation of sensory resonances Patent number: Bipolar fog abatement system Patent number: