Welcome to Sott.net
Mon, 21 Sep 2020
The World for People who Think

Health & Wellness
Map

Flashlight

Lies exposed: Center for Science in the Public Interest's (CSPI) organized attack against Mercola

Cspi lies
For the past two decades, my mission has been to help you take control of your health. Recent developments now threaten my ability to do that. July 21, 2020, the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) issued a press release1 and testified in a Senate hearing on the topic of COVID-19 scams.

The press release contained lies, fabrications and a reckless disregard for truth in an attempt to put an end to me and this website.

Additionally, in an August 12, 2020, email, CSPI president Dr. Peter Lurie2 — a former FDA associate commissioner — claims I'm "profiting from the pandemic" through "anti-vaccine fearmongering" and reporting of science-based nutrition shown to impact your disease risk. According to Lurie:
"Mercola brazenly has claimed that many of his products are coronavirus treatments or cures, including vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc, selenium, 'molecular hydrogen,' licorice, and other substances.
Besides profiting from the pandemic, Mercola has seemingly advised people to contract COVID-19 after taking supposedly 'immunity boosting' supplements (which of course he sells). Making matters worse, Mercola is a leading proponent of anti-vaccine conspiracy theories — and has been fearmongering against prospective COVID-19 vaccines even before such vaccines are available!"

Comment: We imagine that its articles like the following that has CSPI and its backers going into conniptions of late:

Dr Mercola Interviews Denis Rancourt: 'There is no Scientific Evidence That Facemasks Inhibit Viral Spread'


Magnify

Lasting immunity seen after mild COVID-19 infection

Coronavirus covid
© CDC
"This calls for some optimism about herd immunity," an immunologist said
Texas Children's Hospital Center for Vaccine Development co-director Dr. Peter Hotez discusses schools reopening across the country as cases of coronavirus surges in children

A series of new studies have revealed signs of strong and lasting immunity in people who developed a mild coronavirus infection, according to a report on Sunday.

The studies, which have yet to be peer-reviewed, uncovered that antibodies and immune cells capable of recognizing the virus were apparently present months after infections concluded. The findings could help to eliminate the previous concerns over whether the virus could trick the immune system into having a poor memory of prior infections.

Comment: The vast majority of cases are going to experience no symptoms or, at worse, mild symptoms, and following that herd immunity could be achieved; one specialist in Russia thinks that most cities in his country have already achieved this - and it's likely this could be the case elsewhere: No second-wave of coronavirus in Russia, head of Genomic Engineering Lab in Moscow explains why

See also: Common mutation of coronavirus more infectious but less harmful

And check out SOTT radio's:


SOTT Logo Radio

Objective:Health - Mass Hypnotic Entrancement and Torture in the Covid Lockdown‌

O:H header
The response to the Covid 'pandemic' is quite perplexing to many of us living through it. Anyone paying a reasonable amount of attention knows that the measures put in place on the population are clearly not done in order to mitigate or eliminate the threat of a dangerous virus. The virus isn't dangerous for the vast majority and the measures put in place wouldn't be effective even if it was. So what's really going on here?

On this episode of Objective:Health, we take a look at two perspectives: One put forward by journalist John Waters, where he outlines the similarity between the Covid reaction and how a hypnotist entrances his subjects; and one put forward by Amazing Polly that compares the current measures to a 1975 document from Amnesty International giving a definition and outline of the points used to define torture. Hypnosis or torture (or both), the nefarious agenda behind the plandemic is undeniable.

Join us for another Objective:Health speculation on what is really behind the Covid-1984 Psy Op.


And check us out on Brighteon!

For other health-related news and more, you can find us on:

♥Twitter: https://twitter.com/objecthealth
♥Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/objecthealth/
♥Brighteon: https://www.brighteon.com/channel/objectivehealth

♥And you can check out all of our previous shows (pre YouTube) here.

Running Time: 00:55:30

Download: MP3 — 50.8 MB


Syringe

You shouldn't believe anything the government says about vaccines and viruses

Vaccine
© GeekWire
In this article, I'm putting together several pieces I wrote in years past, to reveal scandals on a scale most people have never considered.

Why? Because the credibility of information you're getting now, from government agencies, about COVID, is connected to the credibility of information you've received from the same government agencies in years gone by.

If they lied to you then — in mind-boggling ways — there is no reason to think they're telling the truth now.

Buckle up.

Bulb

Common mutation of coronavirus more infectious but less harmful

Coronavirus covid
© CDC
"This calls for some optimism about herd immunity," an immunologist said
An increasingly common mutation of the novel coronavirus found in Europe, North America and parts of Asia may be more infectious but appears less deadly, according to a prominent infectious diseases doctor.

Paul Tambyah, senior consultant at the National University of Singapore and president-elect of the International Society of Infectious Diseases, said evidence suggests the proliferation of the D614G mutation in some parts of the world has coincided with a drop in death rates, suggesting it is less lethal.

"Maybe that's a good thing to have a virus that is more infectious but less deadly," Tambyah told Reuters.

Tambyah said most viruses tend to become less virulent as they mutate.

Comment: As noted above: our immune systems will likely recognize the mutated coronavirus however the vaccine may not be effective against it. Moreover it has been shown that the vaccine experimentation in the US would be likely to cause more damage to a person than the virus itself.

Considering that the coronavirus is already harmless for the vast majority, why even bother with a vaccine - and especially the catastrophic lockdown policies - when there's already a more infectious and even more harmless strain of coronavirus already making its way through the population, and that would eventually confer herd immunity? Also check out SOTT radio's:


Health

Should you take fever lowering drugs when you're sick?

Sick in Bed
© Sebastian Rushworth.com
Most of us probably take fever lowering drugs, like paracetamol (a.k.a. acetaminophen, tylenol, panadol, alvedon), aspirin, or ibuprofen (a.k.a. advil, motrin, ipren), when we get a high temperature. The technical term for these drugs is antipyretics. After half an hour or so, we start to feel better and maybe don't have to spend the whole day in bed. But it is well understood among researchers studying the immune system that the fever is in itself an important part of the body's defence against infection. Our immune system works better at a higher temperature, and many pathogens have trouble replicating at a higher temperature. So, does taking antipyretics increase the risk of a more severe infection, or even of dying? And does it delay recovery?

A systematic review was carried out in 2010 seeking to answer this question, at least in part. It collected randomized controlled trials looking at the effect on mortality of treating influenza with antipyretics. Unfortunately, the authors of the review weren't able to find any trials involving humans, but they did find seven trials using mice, and one that used chickens. The review didn't receive any outside funding (i.e. the researchers who put the review together did it on their own time). In total 1,116 animals were included, with 697 in the antipyretic group and 419 in the control group. The animals in the antipyretic group were variously treated with aspirin, paracetamol, or diclofenac (a drug that is similar to ibuprofen).

41,8% died in the group that received antipyretics, compared with 38,1% in the control group. This was a 3,7% absolute difference in mortality, and it was statistically significant. If you think the number of animals that died in both groups was surprisingly large, that is because the strain of influenza they were infected with had been modified to be as lethal as possible.

So what conclusion can we draw from this? If you have a pet mouse, don't give it an antipyretic if it gets sick!

Cow

Milk from cows fed on grass is greener than soya substitutes, say scientists

rainforest cleared soy
© ALAMY
Vast areas of rainforest are cleared to grow soya beans, used for soya milk.
Environmentally conscious consumers who switch from cow's milk to soya milk may be doing harm to the rainforest because it is cleared to grow soya beans.

Vast areas in South America, including in the Amazon, have been cleared to grow soya and demand for it continues to drive illegal deforestation.

Cows in Britain are fed partly on soya but a litre of soya milk requires 11 times as much of it as does a litre of cow's milk, according to a new study. Britain imports 1.1 million tonnes of soya a year to be used in animal feed and between 92,000 and 173,000 tonnes is fed to cows. Soya accounts for only a fraction of the protein consumed by most cows, however, because most comes from grass.

Comment: The detractors have everything so backward it's hardly worth debunking. But the articles below are a good start.

See also:


Broom

Study to assess whether babies born during lockdown are more likely to develop allergies

baby and mom

‘Lockdown presents a unique scientific opportunity to examine the early origins of often lifelong diseases,’ says study lead
A team of scientists are carrying out a study to ascertain whether babies born during lockdown may be more likely to develop allergies.

The study is being conducted by scientists from the department of paediatrics at Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) and clinician scientists from Children's Hospital at Temple Street in Dublin, Ireland.

They will assess whether lower rates of viral infections and improved air quality - which some experienced during lockdown - could make children who were born in families who were social distancing and in self-isolation more or less likely to develop allergic conditions.

Comment: It's an interesting hypothesis. If allergies are due to a 'cleaner' environment leading to less microbes being introduced to the immune system, it would logically follow that the current microbe-obsessed, sanitizer-loaded environment would lead to more allergies. We anxiously await the results of the study.

See also:


Health

Frontline nurse Erin Marie Olszewski speaks out about lethal Covid protocols

erin marie olszewski mercola interview
In this interview, retired Army combat veteran Erin Marie Olszewski, a nurse who for several months treated COVID-19 patients at the Elmhurst Hospital Center, a public hospital in Queens, New York — the epicenter of the pandemic in the U.S.

She has now written a book, "Undercover Epicenter Nurse: How Fraud, Negligence, and Greed Led to Unnecessary Deaths at Elmhurst Hospital,"1 which details her experiences.

Olszewski was born in Michigan and raised in a small Wisconsin town and joined the military at 17. When 9/11 happened, she was in basic training. "I was only 18 years old so I grew up pretty quickly," she says.

Syringe

Russia produces first batch of COVID-19 vaccine, 500 million doses available by January

covid vaccine russia
© The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF)/Handout via REUTERS
FILE PHOTO: A handout photo provided by the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) shows samples of a vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) developed by the Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, in Moscow, Russia August 6, 2020. Picture taken August 6, 2020.
Russia has produced the first batch of its new vaccine for COVID-19, the Interfax news agency quoted the health ministry as saying on Saturday, hours after the ministry reported the start of manufacturing.

Some scientists said they fear that with this fast regulatory approval Moscow may be putting national prestige before safety amid the global race to develop a vaccine against the disease.

Russia has said the vaccine, the first for the coronavirus to go into production, will be rolled out by the end of this month.

Comment: RT reports that Trump is hoping the US' attempt will be out soon, although from what has been reported about the US' controversial project 'Warp Speed' vaccine research, its side effects could be deadly:
The jab, dubbed 'Sputnik V', is supposed to offer protection from the coronavirus for up to two years.

Asked about the rapidly developed vaccine at a Friday press conference, Trump said he hoped the vaccine would be effective, but claimed the US may soon have good news to share, too, when it comes to a vaccine.

"We don't know much about it. We hope it works, we do, we hope it works."

He added that an American vaccine could be approved and distributed before the end of the year.


The president also claimed a US vaccine is taking longer only because America has instituted a longer trial process.

"They've [that is, the Russians] cut off certain trials, and we just feel it's important to go through the process. We have numerous different vaccines that we think are going to work, but we want to go through a system of trials," he said.

As to who will first receive the vaccine, Trump insisted "elderly" citizens living in nursing homes or retirement communities will likely have early access. When it came to himself, he equivocated, saying he would either be "first or last" to receive it.

Despite having been registered, the Sputnik V vaccine will continue to undergo trials involving thousands of people in Russia and abroad. Some 20 countries have already queued up to get the promising jab or have offered cooperation in its production and distribution, and Moscow says hundreds of millions of doses could be produced globally each year.
See also: Sputnik V, world's first Covid-19 vaccine, launched - Putin's daughter among first to take it - Vaccine will NOT be mandatory in Russia

And check out SOTT radio's: Objective:Health - Operation 'Warped' Speed - These People Are Crazy!