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The Mythology of the Polio and Smallpox Vaccines

Posted 3/1/2021

An acquaintance who disagrees with me on vaccinations recently asked whether I had been vaccinated against polio and smallpox. Here's the answer I posted on Facebook. 

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Consider Activated Charcoal / Carbon

Posted 5/8/2020

I haven't seen anyone else write about this yet, so I am posting this just to stake my claim as the first one to mention it.  I think activated charcoal might be effective to adsorb the "novel coronavirus". There, I've said it. 

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Nutritional Strategies against Covid-19

Posted 5/4/2020

These are the links for products mentioned in my presentation to the Wellington Rotary Club on 5 May, 2020.

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Questions arising from Danielle Smith Show (April 24, 2020)

Posted 4/25/2020

Several people have written to me with similar questions arising out of my appearance on the Danielle Smith show. My answers are here. 

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Notes for Danielle Smith's show

Posted 4/24/2020

This is just a hasty blog post to provide links to things I might mention on Danielle Smith's show on April 24, 2020.

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On the Fence About Amazon Prime?

Posted 2/14/2020

If you're like me, you've probably dithered for years over whether or not to sign up for Amazon Prime. That's the service that gives you free shipping on almost everything Amazon sells, in return for a fixed monthly fee of $7.99 (CAN).  Here's what I finally decided, and why. 

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Book Review: The Diversity Delusion, by Heather MacDonald

Posted 2/9/2020

People sometimes suggest to me that I should teach at a law school if I no longer want to practice law. However, a little voice in my head has always told me that this would not be good for my blood pressure.  I don’t tolerate political correctness very well, and I’ve long suspected that today’s law schools are rife with it.


Now along comes Heather MacDonald and her book The Diversity Delusion to confirm my fears in spades. (Click the book cover to see this on—but don't forget to come back here and continue readings.)

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