Note: This article was originally posted on BarrettCommunity.com
Update 5/20/20 @ 10:30:
I did some more research on the 2020 Census and it seems the driver in our area is likely part of the "Update Leave" part of the census, where they send drivers to areas without postal service. However, the strange part is our area ALSO received those postcards. Not sure why this happened, it should only be one or the other during this phase of the census. FYI, the actual "Door knocking" part of the census begins on August 11, 2020.
Update 5/19/20 @ 8:40am - Message from neighbor:
Nate: This Census dude actually is a big question mark. I filed a police report on him. He dropped off somebody else's census on my porch. I drove around the neighborhood until I found the house it belonged to, and delivered it. He came back THE NEXT DAY and was attempting to come up my driveway to drop off another packet. I chased him off, but then grew suspicious. He has been wandering around the area for several days now. Since you obtained a picture of his car, I'm turning it over to the police to investigate.
Why are Census workers driving around, against "social distancing" orders, not wearing masks, in a "red county"?
I was surprised, let's say, when this 2020 Census worker pulled into my driveway on Saturday May 16, around 4pm.
Further, we had already completed the census online, on April 2nd! He had no reason to even pull in.
Throughout life, your body is bombarded with traumas, big and small. The big traumas are easy to remember. But the small ones are often things you don’t even think of as traumas: a fall that you recover from within a week, a twinge in your back when you reach into the back seat of the car, a stiff neck after you sleep in an odd position.
Each time, your body compensates: to avoid pain, absorb the force of an impact, support poor posture, or work around a new movement limitation. It finds the path of least resistance.
Over time, you incorporate the compensations into your overall pattern of movement. Maybe you move differently to avoid pain, or avoid certain positions altogether. You may not even notice your “new normal”.
via Laurence Hillman:
Please find an essay with some thoughts on COVID here:
There is also a Podcast here
I recently ordered some materials to build a new chicken coop and wanted to share the basic list of items for those who might be doing the same. I found that the biggest difference was the cost of the sheet metal roofing: Lowes wanted $38 and Home Depot $24 per sheet. So that was the major deciding factor in terms of where to order the bulk of the lumber from. Lowes had a few items in stock that HomeDepot was missing so I ordered a few things from Lowes with free shipping. The main HomeDepot / lumber order cost $79 for the special truck delivery option.
Homemade Chicken Coop:
Below is the breakdown of my orders.
Vials of a polio vaccine made by Cutter Laboratories in 1955. (AP) By Michael E. Ruane April 14, 2020 at 7:00 a.m. EDT On Aug. 30, 1954, Bernice E. Eddy, a veteran scientist at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., was checking a batch of a new polio vaccine for safety.
Created by Jonas Salk, the vaccine was hailed as the miracle drug that would conquer the dreaded illness that killed and paralyzed children. Eddy’s job was to examine samples submitted by the companies planning to make it.
As she checked a sample from Cutter Laboratories in Berkeley, Calif., she noticed that the vaccine designed to protect against the disease had instead given polio to a test monkey. Rather than containing killed virus to create immunity, the sample from Cutter contained live, infectious virus.
Something was wrong. “There’s going to be a disaster,” she told a friend.
Watching this transpire, I decided to throw my hat in the ring:
October 16, 2018
To the Supervisors:
By way of this letter, I am hereby expressing my interest in the open auditor position.
Thank you for your consideration.
In a bold and ambitious collaboration, Apple and Google are developing a smartphone platform that tries to track the spread of the novel coronavirus at scale and at the same time preserve the privacy of iOS and Android users who opt in to it.
The cross-platform system will use the proximity capabilities built into Bluetooth Low Energy transmissions to track the physical contacts of participating phone users. If a user later tests positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, she can choose to enter the result into a health department-approved app. The app will then contact all other participating phone users who have recently come within six or so feet of her.
In order to overcome the coronavirus crisis and to be fully prepared for the next public health episode, America must rid itself of the bureaucracy that has slowly choked out the greatest medical industry in the world.
The COVID-19 pandemic is exposing how the US Food and Drug Administration puts Americans at increased risk of sickness and death. Decades of killing medical innovation and forcing industries offshore made this inevitable.
Rightfully, many are questioning how things got this bad. As political stock rises in calls for change in Washington, Americans must watch out for any false debate that merely aims at rearranging deck chairs.
"AT THE FIRST SIGN OF A VIRAL ILLNESS I ENCOURAGE MY PATIENTS TO START MY VIRAL PROTOCOL OF TAKING VITAMINS A, C, D AND IODINE. Due to the severity of COVID, I now recommend starting to nebulize hydrogen peroxide and iodine early into the illness as well."
At my office, the Center for Holistic Medicine (CHM), we have had 85 COVID patients. At this time, no one has been hospitalized, no one has been diagnosed with pneumonia, and there have been no deaths.
There are five practitioners at CHM: Drs. Brownstein, Ng, Nusbaum, Jenny Drummond, PA, and Taylor Easson, NP. Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, I have been asking my partners how their COVID patients are doing. As of this week, we have had 85 patients either diagnosed with COVID or suspected COVID. I am pleased to report that our patients are doing well with this illness. (Note, since new guidelines have come out stating that any suspected COVID patient can be diagnosed with COVID, I am lumping COVID and suspected COIVD patients together for this post.)
Mark Crispin Miller
Apr 7 These vaccines should be outlawed, the CDC vaccine schedule radically revised— and the big rush to develop, and ultimately force on all of us, a COVID-19 vaccine now seriously questioned.
"As a consequence, this vaccine should be considered defective and potentially dangerous to human health, in particular for the pediatric population, which is much more vulnerable to genetic and autoimmune damage due to the immaturity of the immunity systems."
(original article starts here)
Finally here we are -after almost two years- the first peer-reviewed publication of our analyzes is being released and many others are going to be published.
The aim of this article is to summarize the following issues: what has been published, what is its validity, and why it is important for our investigation on vaccines. All these arguments will be treated in a colloquial and non-technical way in the first pages, while from page 3 on, there will be a technical study in order to allow the specialists of this sector to evaluate the article in itself.
I just posted back in February about Ivermectin as a possible anti-parasite medication for humans.
Researchers in Australia say head lice drug Ivermectin quickly prevented replication of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
The drug, which has been used to treat and prevent diseases related to parasites in humans, pets, and livestock since the 1980s, was used in a laboratory setting with positive results.
Researchers infected cells with the virus, then exposed them to Ivermectin.
"We showed that a single dose of Ivermectin could kill COVID-19 in a petri dish within 48 hours, indicating potent antiviral activity," says study co-author David Jans, PhD, a professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Monash University in Melbourne.
Even at 24 hours, "there was a really significant reduction" in the virus, study leader Kylie Wagstaff, PhD, a senior research fellow in biochemistry and molecular biology at Monash University, said in a statement, according to WebMd.
Still, experts say more testing is needed.
"The results are promising," says Katherine Seley-Radtke, PhD, a professor of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Jans says the drug is "safe at relatively high doses."
"It is important to stress that no one should try to self-medicate with versions of Ivermectin that are for veterinary purposes or head lice," he says.
- Justice Louis D. Brandeis