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Proof Religion is Stupid: Tourists Blamed for Earthquake in Malaysia

Proof Religion is Stupid:  Tourists Blamed for Earthquake in Malaysia http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/climbers-rescued-as-deadly-earthquake-rocks-malaysia/52295/ I came across this strange article while checking my daily weather.  Evidently a group of tourists posted nude atop a Malaysian mountain (Mount Kinabalu).  According to Malaysian superstition, this is a defaming act which led to the earthquake a whole week later.  (Evidently God has a backlog of plagues to unleash). This same form of nonsense occurred (all through history and recently) when hurricane Katrina befell the United [more]

Map of Herbal Cures (Plant Based Medicine) from 1932

Map of Herbal Cures (Plant Based Medicine) from 1932 This map features plant based medicine from all over the US and each medicines use.   Upon closer examination one will note the demonized Cannabis Sativa plant, currently responsible for the incarceration of many more Americans: Here is a graph of the US incarceration (in general) since Nixon declared a 'War on Drugs' in 1971: Note that in the section titled "The Service of Pharmacy" the text expounds the importance of plants and minerals in pharmacy: “It is important that the public does not lose sight of the [more]

Experiencing Allergies? Try these Natural Treatments

Experiencing Allergies?  Try these Natural Treatments You've muddled through a long winter and finally spring comes. A precious short moment later, trees and plants realize it's spring too. Soon your eyes are watering and your ears are itchy, you have a scratchy palette, sore throat and of course, the annoying sneezing and headaches. Why do we have Allergies? There are a few theories out there. One is that our over sanitary environment that we live in leaves our immune systems confused primed to attack relatively friendly invaders such as pollen. Others blame environmental factors such as [more]

Moving/Interesting Comments from the Fund DCA Research for Cancer Petition

Moving/Interesting Comments from the Fund DCA Research for Cancer Petition As many of you know, I run a DCA petition. To sign it, please see the DCA section of my blog. I now have over 600 confirmed signatories. While reviewing the data, I found that the comments were fascinating. I'm posting them below with the names obfuscated for obvious reasons. Comment Date We need to have other treatments available to us that aren't cancer causing such as chemotherapy and radiation April 7, 2015 Everyone should have the freedom to choose their own treatment plan. DCA should be thoroughly tested [more]

Side Effect Free Chemotherapy Trial Posts Phenomenal Results

Side Effect Free Chemotherapy Trial Posts Phenomenal Results I have had the great fortune of witnessing what I consider to be history in the making. Dr. Ken Matsamura and his colleagues at the Alin Foundation have reported significant responses and data from their phase II trial of Side Effect Free Chemo (SEF). Dr. Matsamura has a satellite location in Toronto under the guidance of Dr. Akbar Khan which has augmented and further confirmed their results. From their websites (emphasis is mine): Late Bulletin:  Not only did all four “hopeless” cancer patients in the earliest 2005 trial go [more]

Jews and Wealth: Misconceptions and Reality

Jews and Wealth: Misconceptions and Reality I have become fatigued with the constant nonsense about Jews being wealthy and the resulting antisemitism that notion gives rise to.  I'm annoyed because, as a member of the faith, I work just as hard as anyone else, have the same bills to pay and so do all my friends.  Recently in conversation someone said about a possible business venture: "C'mon, you're Jewish, you know how to make money". Recently, an article surfaced discussing wealth [more]

Christopher Hitchens - Had His Facts Straight

Christopher Hitchens - Had His Facts Straight Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins are both brilliant people and master debaters.  I am however, disappointed that they use their superior intellect and debating skills to hammer their opponents into submission rather than treat them with respect and patience.  The latter would make their point far more convincing in the long run. That aside, Hitchens said a few things in my recent perusal of his debates which I was convinced were wrong which turned out to be right. 1) Jewish Settlers are messianic in motivation.  I always [more]

Shimen Nepom: Tramvay Lider (Streetcar Songs) - Kickstarter Drive

Shimen Nepom: Tramvay Lider (Streetcar Songs) - Kickstarter Drive  Excerpt: Tramvay Lider (Streetcar Songs) In and out, Out and In. Passengers flying like birds. Strangers, who knows where from-- From what foreign land? The blizzard bites into the tracks. Passengers appear and disappear; Who knows what life they lead? -- Shimen Nepom (circa 1930-40) In the 1930's Shimen Nepom, a TTC streetcar conductor wrote Yiddish poetry about the daily flux of life in Toronto during the difficult depression years.  Accomplished composer and Jewish Music aficionado Charles Heller has put these poems to music [more]

"Survival of the Fittest": An Inconvenient Truth or a Convenient Oversimplification?

A Brief Word on Darwin Darwin was a deeply religious man who was reticent to release his work.  He waited a full 23 years to publish his book out of fear of the religious ramifications to his work.  While he realize that he had made a significant discovery, he feared the possible misinterpretation of his work.  Indeed, "On the Origin of Species" mentions 'love' a full 95 times and 'survival of the fittest' only twice.  With readers hanging on for dear life to the 'survival of the fittest' soundbite, we can see that his trepidations [more]

Doctor's Caring Knows No Borders

Doctor's Caring Knows No Borders  I had the honour of interviewing Dr. Ophira Ginsburg who used innovative uses of technology and understanding of human nature and illness to open and draw patients to a free breast cancer clinic in Bangladesh. An excerpt is as follows: She became a reluctant entrepreneur, partnering herself with a local phone company and MIT-educated philanthropists to develop a mobile application to help shepherd women in need into the clinic. In four months, a group of 30 women armed with mobile apps were able to interview 20,000 women. The [more]


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