Category Archives: Bio-medical ecology, jabs

One Flu over the Cockoo’s Nest

One Flu over the Cockoo’s Nest.

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Cox’s just a pippin.

So things only got better for Professor Brian Cox as he became a media star and so can say what he pleases and it’s given gold plated status. Look, I’ve done this complaint before but it’s just been set off … Continue reading

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If Wakefield were a bond trader………

If Andy Wakefield were a bond trader…… Yeah, I like all these pregnant pauses, too! One mulls and lets others rant for a while. Hell, this is an intense subject. Everyone who contributes has information to share and their own … Continue reading

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The Medicine Men and Doctor Angel

Medicine Men It’s one of those classical images from the Wild Western Frontier. As white explorers and settlers moved out beyond the safe havens of established communities they were more and more living close to the edge and injury and … Continue reading

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How scientific authodoxy retains its grip as demonstated inadvertantly by Brian Cox

Did you see the Huw Weldon lecture last December, in the depths of Chrinter time? I almost missed it as it went out after Newsnight on a Wednesday evening. Astrophysics answer to Tony B.liar, former rock musician Professor Brian Cox … Continue reading

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Evidence based misconceptions

What is “Evidence based” information? And why start talking of it now? OK, there’s a double puzzle. Up until fairly recently (say, up until the start of the 21st century) this was not a phrase that appeared in the literature … Continue reading

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