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It is truly amazing that the only way experiments are ever done to try to prove "contagion" use the most wildly unnatural pathways of "infection." I mean, it's truly amazing that these doctors and scientists would go to such ridiculous lengths, and not see how ridiculous it is! Of course, there was the political pressure on them to "find the source of contagion."

But it takes only a little bit of common sense to see that these experiments are irrelevant to what happens in the course of ordinary life! And that if they can't even prove contagion by wounding an animal or plant and directly inserting foreign material, or pouring it down their poor throats, then the kinds of contact that happen in ordinary life would almost certainly not result in "infection," even if their starting hypothesis of a contagious agent were correct. The experiments you cover here are not as egregiously cruel as some, but they are still pretty horrible.

On the topic of plant diseases, I have been learning that most if not all of them, including insect "attacks," happen for the same reason that bacteria proliferate in the body: the plants are not healthy for the same kinds of reasons that people aren't, e.g., inadequate nutrients or too high a toxic load that interferes with photosynthesis. Brix analysis by entomologist Thomas Dykstra has shown that insects' role is to return damaged or unhealthy plants to the soil by consuming them--the bugs don't opportunistically descend on garden plants or crops, but only come when the plants do not have enough sugar in their cells. Insects literally are not able to digest healthy plant tissue and will not even try to chew or suck on healthy plants. He doesn't address fungal or other types of plant diseases, but I am guessing the same thinking applies.

So, as with germ theory, we've fundamentally misunderstood the ecology of our world, our bodies, our gardens and farms, and have had entirely the wrong idea about what to do when insects come to the garden, or bacteria are proliferating in the body.

The Dykstra video I watched can be seen here if anyone is curious: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnNOvA3diDU&t=770s

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Excellent comment and great points all around Betsy! It is definitely clear that natural processes that are beneficial, such as insects feeding on the weaker plants in order to bring about healthier ones in their place, are being misconstrued as bad or unnatural in order to sell us poisons and keep us in a continual cycle of ignorance and fear. The cruel and unnatural experimental attempts to recreate disease are so ridiculous it is amazing that anyone ever took them seriously. Thanks for the awesome comment and link! πŸ™‚

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Hiya, 100,000s of honest, hard-working people make their livelihoods in the vivisection industry. I wonder if propaganda was put about by the global owners that they wanted to ban this industry; would it make people forget their squeamishness and rally support for it like it has for the 'war on meat'? Organic fed animals have their beaks, tails and other body parts routinely cut off without anaesthetic, millions are kept indoors all their lives (sometimes even if labelled pasture fed), millions arrive at slaughter with at least one broken leg and up to nearly a third are fully conscious as they bleed to death.

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Dykstra has some pretty interesting stuff! I like his work showing that GMO soy *always* get attacked by bugs, as if nature itself revolts against the unnatural.

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There are so MANY PROBLEMS with both these tobacco and animal experiments it is amazing any reputable scientists would consider them sound science in any way or form! (But then again are people like Fauci and Wakensky reputable scientists in. My way or form?!!) But the one big issue I see more than any other over and over in these experiments is that they NEVER cause the same tobacco leaf lesions or foot and mouth skin lesions on the test plants and animals as are found on the plants or animals in the field!!! That alone should shout very loudly that these experiments are not showing a causative bacteria/viral agent in the blood/lymph/lesion of the original plant or animal!!! Seems pretty straight forward and simple to me!!!

So like so many times what we are witnessing in these experiments is a desire to fit an answer, one we suspect and want to be true, to the question of what is causing it!!!

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Well said, Michael! πŸ‘

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Aug 20, 2023Β·edited Aug 20, 2023Liked by Mike Stone

Thank you, Mike.

Can I suggest a disturbance to the echo chamber on the latest anti-vax "debunking". I'll put comments if no one else will but I think there are more authoritative people such as you, Mike.

Paediatrician, Frank Han, is up to Part 5 of a 10-part "debunking" of Turtles All the Way Down.

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/part-1-10-the-grand-debunk-of-the-antivaxxer-book-turtles-all-the-way-down/

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Hi Petra, I will give it a look. Thanks! πŸ™‚

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Aug 25, 2023Liked by Mike Stone

Yeah that doesn't even deserve a response. We can't expect valid practices or adequate clinical trials because of resource constraints?! He literally sidesteps all scientific integrity and chalks two of his first 4 points up to this. It looks to be ghostwritten by an industry lobbyist. He also has the nerve to chastise the Anonymous 'Turtles..." author for 'making money'. Gee do you think that book made $30 billion in profits in one quarter? Do you know what did? Here's a hint, your local HS Quarterback died from it. Chalk it up to resource constraints...

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Aug 26, 2023Β·edited Aug 26, 2023Liked by Mike Stone

I never thought of that - ghostwritten. Hmmm. Will apply that possibility to my lens in future. Also, I made a comment which I thought better of and deleted but on posting I got the message that comments are moderated which perhaps explains why there's no - or perhaps very few - critical ones!

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Aug 25, 2023Β·edited Aug 25, 2023

Dear Mike I cannot comment on your latest post "On Notice", but having read that and in particular to the question you raise "as to whether the arrival of the virus in the general public was down to carelessness and a lab leak, or did someone deliberately spread it?” I point you to the apparent evidence of alleged SARS-CoV-2 being found in municipal waste samples, Barcelona, Spain, a whole 9 months prior case "zero" in Wuhan. With respect to your article "On Notice", I believe this is the real smoking gun.

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Aug 26, 2023Β·edited Aug 28, 2023Author

Yes, they even found "SARS2" fragments apparently in soil samples from Antartica in 2018, but chalked it up to contamination. Convenient. πŸ˜‰

https://www.news-medical.net/news/20220209/Antarctic-soil-sample-from-2018-adds-to-the-enigma-of-the-COVID-19-pandemic.aspx#:~:text=The%20Antarctic%20soil%20samples%20containing,long%20deletion%20at%20nucleotide%2021761.

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Yes, either alpha-gal is a harmless sugar or it was deliberately put into the jabs to make people react badly to eating animal flesh. Either way, it means there's a war on, very heavily subsidised, dead animals products!

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