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September 16

Functionalized graphene oxide serves as a novel vaccine nano-adjuvant for robust stimulation of cellular immunity - Published in the journal Nanoscale

India's Ivermectin Blackout - Part III: The Lesson of Kerala - a news article discussing India's use of Ivermectin.

September 14

Personal carbon allowances revisited - Published in Nature, advocates for a radical new authoritarianism where you are taxed for the very air you exhale.

the economic mechanism of PCAs is envisaged to influence decision-making by assigning a visible carbon price to the purchase and use of fossil-fuel-based energy in the first instance and possibly also to consumption-related emissions in more advanced PCA designs

The Plot Against Art

September 13

Gottesblog by Gottesdienst - a Lutheran blog that exists "to promote and defend the historic liturgy of the Church".

Modern Medicine: The New World Religion by Olivier Clerc

September 8

An uncial ancient Greek font useful for recreating the ancient forms of New Testament Greek. Site also links to the same author's commercial fonts, which focus on the very same period, across several other manuscripts.

Here's another resource for Paleo-Hebrew.

More archaic fonts

August 30

The term "free referent" came up in my head the other day. Was searching to try and find a good definition. Didn't really succeed, but I found two papers that use it. Discourse and logical form: pronouns, attention and coherence" and Quantification and definiteness in child grammar. Generally, as I remember it, and as it is used here, it refers to an unbound term that is referred to by another term. Esoteric linguistics stuff... I can't access the Child Grammar article, but the Discourse article is quite interesting.

Traditionally, pronouns are treated as ambiguous between bound and demonstrative uses. Bound uses are non-referential and function as bound variables, and demonstrative uses are referential and take as a semantic value their referent, an object picked out jointly by linguistic meaning and a further cue—an accompanying demonstration, an appropriate and adequately transparent speaker’s intention, or both. In this paper, we challenge tradition and argue that both demonstrative and bound pronouns are dependent on, and co-vary with, antecedent expressions. Moreover, the semantic value of a pronoun is never determined, even partly, by extra-linguistic cues; it is fixed, invariably and unambiguously, by features of its context of use governed entirely by linguistic rules. We exploit the mechanisms of Centering and Coherence theories to develop a precise and general meta-semantics for pronouns, according to which the semantic value of a pronoun is determined by what is at the center of attention in a coherent discourse.

There's also Description Grammar for Discourse, a thesis worth exploring.

August 29

Teacher and Rabbi in the New Testament Period

August 28

National Geographic article discussing the implications of leaky viruses: increased virulence. Cites "Imperfect Vaccination Can Enhance the Transmission of Highly Virulent Pathogens", published on PLOS Biology, explaining the same.

Here we show experimentally that immunization of chickens against Marek's disease virus enhances the fitness of more virulent strains, making it possible for hyperpathogenic strains to transmit. Immunity elicited by direct vaccination or by maternal vaccination prolongs host survival but does not prevent infection, viral replication or transmission, thus extending the infectious periods of strains otherwise too lethal to persist. Our data show that anti-disease vaccines that do not prevent transmission can create conditions that promote the emergence of pathogen strains that cause more severe disease in unvaccinated hosts.

Doug Wilson writes A Biblical Defense of Fake Vaccine IDs. A reading posted to YouTube has been censored.

Wrong Again: 50 Years of Failed Eco-pocalyptic Predictions

Remnant of God's page on Israel. Very illuminating.

August 27

Allegedly, ex-pope Benedict is endorsing an Australian man as Jesus. No idea what to make of this.

Vox Day posts Lovecraft's short story "The Street" in full.

An article from Collective Evolution on Hegelian Dialectic, mirroring some thoughts I've had before. Recorded for future reference. (archive)

What Has Gone Before Is Unimportant - An article documenting parallels between Weimar Germany and America.

Christians For Truth document an Albertan whose case may have caused Alberta to raise COVID restrictions.

Christian Overcomers

August 23

Lubos Motl discusses some of the mathematical modeling behind various salient topics in virology. Highly mask skeptic, Dr. Motl estimates masks have a 2% effect on R-value. Estimates of R for the Chinavirus are between 5-8, making a 2% decrease practically meaningless.

Church Militant discusses a pro-life clampdown - Christians arrested for protesting abortion in DC; in Australia it is now illegal to pray within 150m of an abortion facility.

Amerika: On Women - A good article discussing gender inequality from a natural law perspective. Author misses a lot because of non-Christian worldview, but still worth a read.

Justine Tunney's web page - author of Cosmopolitan libc, which enables building a single executable that runs on Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and more. Vaguely right-wing politics, was active in #GamerGate back in the day.

Formal Theology on GitHub. Working from Goedel's theorem, these fellows derive proofs of other things, including monotheism, etc.

August 15

"Do Masks Work? A review of the evidence" by Jeffrey H. Anderson - A great article that does what it claims.

On That Heat Island Effect (Not Climate Change) - An article documenting the "Heat Island Effect", a means by which individual temperature readings can trend upwards without an actual increase in global temperature.

August 8

Gainesville Presbyterian Church describes why they use wine in communion.

Informed consent disclosure to vaccine trial subjects of risk of COVID-19 vaccines worsening clinical disease from the International Journal of Clinical Practice highlights an unaddressed concern about coronavirus vaccines: coronaviruses demonstrate a property known as Antibody Dependent Enhancement, within which SARS-CoV-2 antibodies might cause worse disease.

The specific and significant COVID-19 risk of ADE should have been and should be prominently and independently disclosed to research subjects currently in vaccine trials, as well as those being recruited for the trials and future patients after vaccine approval, in order to meet the medical ethics standard of patient comprehension for informed consent.

I documented several of my notable heterodoxies in a (currently very rough) article. There's also some changes in my main Writing page, with a split off of the incomplete/draft articles.

Rope sandal vendor that I am fond of.

August 3

Problems in the “Evidence” of “Evidence-Based Medicine” by Alvan RFeinstein, MD and Ralph I Horwitz, MD

The proposed practice of “evidence-based medicine,” which calls for careful clinical judgment in evaluating the “best available evidence,” should be differentiated from the special collection of data regarded as suitable evidence. Although the proposed practice does not seem new, the new collection of “best available” information has major constraints for the care of individual patients.

Derived almost exclusively from randomized trials and meta-analyses, the data do not include many types of treatments or patients seen in clinical practice; and the results show comparative efficacy of treatment for an “average” randomized patient, not for pertinent subgroups formed by such cogent clinical features as severity of symptoms, illness, co-morbidity, and other clinical nuances. The intention-to-treat analyses do not reflect important post-randomization events leading to altered treatment; and the results seldom provide suitable background data when therapy is given prophylactically rather than remedially, or when therapeutic advantages are equivocal. Randomized trial information is also seldom available for issues in etiology, diagnosis, and prognosis, and for clinical decisions that depend on pathophysiologic changes, psychosocial factors and support, personal preferences of patients, and strategies for giving comfort and reassurance.

The laudable goal of making clinical decisions based on evidence can be impaired by the restricted quality and scope of what is collected as “best available evidence.” The authoritative aura given to the collection, however, may lead to major abuses that produce inappropriate guidelines or doctrinaire dogmas for clinical practice.

August 2

digitalfire.com - A site documenting DIY ceramics.

July 31

Karl Denninger's Chinavirus statement of fact - I agree with a solid majority of what's written here. It is not well-cited, but the forms are accurate. Karl likes to be highly hyperbolic, so some skepticism is warranted, but he's also reliably on-the-mark.

An infectivity-enhancing site on the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein targeted by antibodies

The cause of the production of enhancing antibodies in some uninfected individuals is unknown; certain pathogens with proteins similar to the NTD of SARS-CoV-2 may be involved in the production of enhancing antibodies in some uninfected individuals. There is a possibility that the production of enhancing antibodies might be boosted by SARS-CoV-2 infection or vaccination.

Article discusses documentation of function of enhancing antibodies in the Chinavirus. This study provides evidence that some people produce antibodies to the Chinavirus that cause worse symptoms on infection. There is no data as to whether vaccines cause the same dysfunctional antibody. This article is good evidence that we need to be very careful when inducing antibody production with coronaviruses in general; Emergency Use Authorization is not indicative of safety!

July 28

A hospice facility in Delta is attacked by the BC government and various others for not accepting euthanasia

July 27

Cascade of Consequences - via Zero Hedge, a great summary to how the Chinavirus dynamic looks to those of us paying attention.

July 25

Iron Ink - A random Christian blog I found that looks good. Praises Rushdoony and Gary North.

The NASB in E-Prime - via Frank Nelte, a variant of the NASB that eliminates the verb "to be".

July 24

Article from Frank Nelte on the use of "Gentile" in the Bible. Also discusses the meaning of the terms "ethnos" and "goy", which are used roughly interchangeably with Gentile in the KJV. Discusses how such a translation is spurious, and considers the meaning of "ethnos". There's an article for me to write here, adapting some of the material, explaining the intricacies of "ethnos", as it is a complicated term that doesn't have an easy English translation, but Nelte's article here captures what I believe is the accurate sense of the term, via the Septuagint. The elder Greek meaning doesn't reflect the Biblical use, and means roughly "multitude" with some sense of "alienness": it is used in some non-human contexts, for example.

July 17

A "Christian motivational speaker" named Nick Vujicic has founded his own bank after being canceled for his anti-abortion beliefs.

Carbon dioxide: The good news by Indur Goklany, with a foreward by Freeman Dyson, which states:

Indur Goklany has assembled a massive collection of evidence to demonstrate two facts. First, the non-climatic effects of carbon dioxide are dominant over the climatic effects and are overwhelmingly beneficial. Second, the climatic effects observed in the real world are much less damaging than the effects predicted by the climate models, and have also been frequently beneficial. I am hoping that the scientists and politicians who have been blindly demonizing carbon dioxide for 37 years will one day open their eyes and look at the evidence.

The World Climate Declaration, another declaration by a large group of scientists that asserts: There is no climate emergency. There are other points made, some of which I am a bit skeptical of, but the general pull is in the correct direction.

No Chastity, No Peace by John C Wright, documenting and lambasting the rise of perversion in modern society.

July 14

Lazarus Writes - a fascinating (and controversial) commentary on John's gospel. Written by Bruce G Charlton. There's some good commentary that I agree with, some great insight, and some absolutely puzzling conclusions that are obviously Mormon and contrary to John's teaching, like God having a physical body. John teaches that "God is spirit".

July 13

The Metaphysical Presupposutions of Formal Logic by Edward Feser

Six facts the left doesn't want yoi to know about global warming

July 9

A League of Discontent - A wonderful article detailing the communist, elite-supported roots of the group "Extinction Rebellion".

Think tank "Second Street" released an analysis of government data documenting Over 2,300 non-Chinavirus patients died on surgical wait lists in 2020.

July 6

Synlogos - an aggregator of Christian and based syndications.

The New Based Right - via Synlogos, an article discussing a variant etymology for "based", meaning the contrary to "debased". As someone who always disliked "based" based on its affiliation with degenerate culture (slang for "freebased", referencing use of crack cocaine and methamphetamine), this is a perspective that redeems the term for me.

July 4

The Global Warming Petition Project, aggregating academic objection to short-sighted climate policy. They provide a wonderful review of the evidence.

Capitalism Does Not Equal Corporatism, Part 2 - The sequel to the previously posted article is available, and equally as fantastic.

June 29

Capitalism Does Not Equal Corporatism, Part 1 by Lance Roberts of Real Investment Advice. A great article that persuasively argues a position I've often expressed: the problem that most people falsely label as "capitalism" is not. When you perceive the larger picture correctly, you see that the problem is bad government; bad government can be fixed.

The Warrenton Declaration on Medical Mandates, Biblical Ethics, & Authority - a wonderful Christian contextualization of Biblical principles as they relate to the Chinavirus and governmental overreach in its shadow.

The Warrenton Declaration on Medical Mandates, Biblical Ethics, & Authority was created in order to provide doctrinal clarity and coherence on issues of biblical authority and ethics related to medical mandates. The declaration seeks to equip local churches and their officers in providing transparency on where they stand and to assist individuals who are being mistreated in their churches with a well-ordered summary of belief in this regard.

June 17

Paul Pavao's personal Scriptural writing page.

June 16

A new research article, Polθ reverse transcribes RNA and promotes RNA-templated DNA repair, is calling into question the commonly-accepted dogma underpinning the mRNA vaccine implementation. The typical belief is that "mRNA doesn't influence DNA". Popular science commentary, however, agrees that this is unusual. SciTechDaily reports:

Cells contain machinery that duplicates DNA into a new set that goes into a newly formed cell. That same class of machines, called polymerases, also build RNA messages, which are like notes copied from the central DNA repository of recipes, so they can be read more efficiently into proteins. But polymerases were thought to only work in one direction DNA into DNA or RNA. This prevents RNA messages from being rewritten back into the master recipe book of genomic DNA. Now, Thomas Jefferson University researchers provide the first evidence that RNA segments can be written back into DNA, which potentially challenges the central dogma in biology and could have wide implications affecting many fields of biology.

Hat tip to "Pierre", a commenter on Vox Day's blog, discussing an article with a new source highlighting how poor neo-Darwinists are at time estimation.

Medscape has published a comment thread titled How concerned are you about adverse events related to the vaccines? Commenting is allegedly limited to health professionals, but their vetting is not particularly resilient. It took me only a few fields of data entry to be considered a "health professional". Nevertheless, the discussion seems legitimate.

June 12

Origin of Quake3's Fast InvSqrt() - An exploration of the origins of a famous algorithm. Additionally, an article exploring the mathematical function.

June 10

Serologic Testing of US Blood Donations to Identify Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)–Reactive Antibodies: December 2019–January 2020: "These findings suggest that SARS-CoV-2 may have been introduced into the United States prior to 19 January 2020."

June 9

Came across a Dr. Werner Van Belle, a DSP wunderkind, who wrote an interesting program called BpmDj.

June 8

Motte, Bailey, Desire, and Consent - an article discussing a logical error, giving as example a common argument for deviant sexuality

June 7

The Imaginary Climate Crisis: How can we Change the Message? A talk by Richard Lindzen. The concluding paragraph follows:

Our task is to show the relevant people the overall stupidity of this issue rather than punching away at details. In focusing on the details, we are merely trying to showcase our own specialties. My use of the word ‘merely’ is probably unjustified; the details can, in fact, be scientifically important. However, we are not considering either our target audience or the intrinsic absurdity of the issue. It is likely that we have to capitalize on the insecurity of the educated elite and make them look silly instead of superior and virtuous. We must remember that they are impervious to real science unless it is reduced to their level. When it is reduced to their level, it is imperative that we, at least, retain veracity. Whether we are capable of effectively doing this is an open question.

June 6

Timothy Chow - A Christian mathematician who writes about a number of things. Lists several articles, book reviews, etc.

June 3

Daily Mail is reporting on a study slated for publication describing evidence that the Chinavirus was engineered. There appears to be an abbreviated/early draft here. Some references to this early version.

May 31

The Reference Frame, the blog of a noted Czech physicist, Luboš Motl.

"Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else's opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation." — Oscar Wilde

May 27

The temperature–CO2 climate connection: an epistemological reappraisal of ice-core messages. A peer reviewed evaluation of the ice-core data on CO2.

Because CO2 emissions are considered to be the single most important factor currently affecting climate, unprecedented efforts are being formulated to achieve carbon-free societies within a few decades. In view of the major social, environmental, political and economic issues raised by such a transition, two points deserve special attention. The first concerns geochemical evidence available for the greenhouse effects of CO2 (and of CH4 as well) over periods of time long enough to encompass great climate cycles. The second deals with the actual heuristic value of climate simulations, which appears to be generally acknowledged without having undergone real in-depth analyses. Both points will, thus, be reviewed critically from an epistemological standpoint in the present study. In fact, the approach followed will be justified by serious weaknesses pointed out on both counts, which will, in particular, illustrate once more why models that are now so extensively relied on in many fields of science and in public policies can lack any real demonstrative value.

May 26

A popular media lie to try and cover-up the fact that Chinavirus vaccines are developed using aborted babies is that the HEK-293 cell line might not have been from an abortion. This is false, according to the developer himself. Children of God for Life put together a lovely page extracting all the relevant citations. In the case of HEK-293, Eb explained at an FDA meeting discussing vaccines. Local archive here. Relevant discussion is on page 81, starting around line 14.

May 25

Mask mandate and use efficacy in state-level COVID-19 containment - A preprint evaluating the mask mandate policies and concluding that mask mandates do not impact the spread of the Chinavirus.

Conclusions: Mask mandates and use are not associated with slower state-level COVID-19 spread during COVID-19 growth surges....

May 22

AAP data on Chinavirus infections in children.

Nonreplicable publications are cited more than replicable ones - Additional documentation on the replication crisis in science: most studies don't replicate, and those that don't are cited more than those that do.

As shown in Fig. 2, papers that replicate are cited 153 times less, on average, than papers that do not...

An article from UC San Diego News Center explaining the study.

Article was first mentioned at Vox Day's blog, which has good discussion.

Your Environment - thorough records of Canadian climate, etc. data. Curiously, no global warming trend!

A very comprehensive list of global studies that show no warming trends.

May 21

Being Free dot CA - another website dedicated to exposing Chinavirus disinformation.

May 20

The People Committee documentation - a group of Israeli doctors raising concerns about data they've collected regarding the unsafety of Chinavirus vaccines.

Declaration of Canadian Physicians for Science and Truth - A declaration by Ontario doctors rejecting the CPSO's authoritarian attempt to censor their exercise of personal judgment, as I wrote about on May 1.

May 15

The Case Against Gates - great documentation on Bill Gates' many concerning endeavours.

May 5

SARS-CoV-2: fear versus data - A French study highlighting case fatality rates of other respiratory viruses and pointing out that SARS-CoV-2 is no more deadly.

Freedom of Information requests to Alberta Public Health (archive) confirmed lower ICU usage in 2020 than any year since 2015. Image 1. Image 2.

The origin of COVID: Did people or nature open Pandora’s box at Wuhan? This line of argument is long-in-the-tooth at this point, but this article gives a good coverage of the theory and points out the duplicity of "official" denials of the "conspiracy theory".

May 4

America's Frontline Doctors advising caution with Chinavirus vaccines.

LifeSiteNews has been censored by Facebook, so I'm adding it to my Banned News Sources.

May 3

Chinavirus-detecting implantable microchips are here.

ABC is finally covering the topic Zero Hedge was deplatformed off of Twitter for: that the Chinavirus emerged out of a Chinese lab. (archive)

May 1

Another anti-mask peer-reviewed literature review, this one focused on the negative side-effects of prolonged mask usage. Is a Mask That Covers the Mouth and Nose Free from Undesirable Side Effects in Everyday Use and Free of Potential Hazards?

We objectified evaluation evidenced changes in respiratory physiology of mask wearers with significant correlation of O2 drop and fatigue (p < 0.05), a clustered co-occurrence of respiratory impairment and O2 drop (67%), N95 mask and CO2 rise (82%), N95 mask and O2 drop (72%), N95 mask and headache (60%), respiratory impairment and temperature rise (88%), but also temperature rise and moisture (100%) under the masks. Extended mask-wearing by the general population could lead to relevant effects and consequences in many medical fields.
only weak evidence at best could be found for masks alone in everyday use

Are sex differences in human brain structure associated with sex differences in behaviour? A controversial pre-print out of psyarxiv exploring the titular question. The conclusion is "yes".

How science has been corrupted, an article about the authoritarian politics surrounding media misrepresentation of scientific endeavour.

Statement on Public Health Misinformation (archive) by the CPSO. Doctors are no longer permitted to express scientific skepticism of government-mandated positions on "science".

April 30

Another aggregation of face-mask evidence.

A previous citation of mine, "Facemasks in the COVID-19 era: A health hypothesis" has been officially retracted for a few reasons, none of which pertain to the cited studies. It doesn't change the research, some of which which is aggregated above as well. I've had a thought to actually critically evaluating the paper myself, because the references are still valid, and the argumentation is clear. This does appear as though sociopolitical pressure was used to bring the journal to heel. The journal talks about redesigning its "editorial and review workflow" over it. I've listed many data on this site documenting masks (and if you want more, I've got a bunch of unqualified URLs in the source for this page), so it's evident that this move is not coming out of a clear scientific basis. There's another list of resources after the main article content / video embeds here.

Fixed the link immediately below this one. Whoops!

April 28

Saturation of the Infrared Absorption by Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere by Dieter Schildknecht - a 2020 paper critically examining claims of "greenhouse" feedback from a physical perspective.

Based on new radiative transfer numerical evaluations, we reconsider an argument presented by Schack in 1972 that says that saturation of the absorption of infrared radiation by carbon dioxide in the atmosphere sets in as soon as the relative concentration of carbon dioxide exceeds a lower limit of approximately 300 ppm. We provide a concise brief and explicit representation of the greenhouse effect of the earth's atmosphere. We find an equilibrium climate sensitivity (temperature increase ΔT due to doubling of atmospheric CO2 concentration) of ΔT≃0.50C. We elaborate on the consistency of these results on ΔT with results observationally obtained by satellite-based measurements of short-time radiation-flux versus surface-temperature changes.

April 27

Another offshoot of Herbert Armstrong's Church of God, the Christian Churches of God, has another website with a wonderfully rich set of teachings. The catalog of their writing can be found here.

April 24

A European group calling themselves Doctors for Covid Ethics is pursuing legal action through liability against members of the European parliament trying to push for vaccine passports.

On April 20, all following Members of the European Parliament were served with notices of liability, advising that they may be held personally liable for harm and death caused by implementation of a Digital Green Certificate (Vaccine Passport), to be voted upon in the European Parliament on April 28, 2021.

COVID-19 RNA Based Vaccines and the Risk of Prion Disease by J. Bart Classen, MD of Classen Immunotherapies, Inc. Quoth he:

The current analysis indicates Pfizer's RNA based COVID-19 vaccine contains many of these RNA sequences that have been shown to have high affinity for TDP-43 or FUS and have the potential to induce chronic degenerative neurological diseases.

Classen is fascinating. He runs the website vaccines.net which performs independent vaccine safety research, and has an extensive list of peer-reviewed publications. The homepage of vaccines.net proclaims boldly: "We are concerned that the current outbreak of COVID-19 is actually a bioweapon attack and may be linked to the US anthrax attack of 2001, which originated from the US army base Fort Detrick."

From 2012, a A letter from 49 former NASA scientists and astronauts (archive) rejecting the hypothesis that CO2 is implicated in climate change.

The unbridled advocacy of CO2 being the major cause of climate change is unbecoming of NASA’s history of making an objective assessment of all available scientific data prior to making decisions or public statements.

From the CDC's publication Emerging Infectious Diseases, a metastudy from the University of Hong Kong entitled Nonpharmaceutical Measures for Pandemic Influenza in Nonhealthcare Settings—Personal Protective and Environmental Measures, which is a metastudy surveying RCTs of mask use and other preventative measures. As pertaining to mask use, it concludes:

Our systematic review found no significant effect of face masks on transmission of laboratory-confirmed influenza.

April 22

La Griffe du Lion, a collection of excellent essays about various controversial topics.

April 20

Pi-Hole but simple: Sky-Hole (archive)

April 16

Another day, another scientific article highlighting the antiscientific hypocrisy of the coronavirus extremists in government. Facemasks in the COVID-19 era: A health hypothesis This one has an exceptionally pointed conclusion.

The existing scientific evidences challenge the safety and efficacy of wearing facemask as preventive intervention for COVID-19. The data suggest that both medical and non-medical facemasks are ineffective to block human-to-human transmission of viral and infectious disease such SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, supporting against the usage of facemasks. Wearing facemasks has been demonstrated to have substantial adverse physiological and psychological effects. These include hypoxia, hypercapnia, shortness of breath, increased acidity and toxicity, activation of fear and stress response, rise in stress hormones, immunosuppression, fatigue, headaches, decline in cognitive performance, predisposition for viral and infectious illnesses, chronic stress, anxiety and depression. Long-term consequences of wearing facemask can cause health deterioration, developing and progression of chronic diseases and premature death. Governments, policy makers and health organizations should utilize prosper and scientific evidence-based approach with respect to wearing facemasks, when the latter is considered as preventive intervention for public health.

April 15

Found a great site cutting through miles of coronavirus misinformation with hard facts entitled No Jab For Me.

April 13

Here's a wild pre-print titled Evidence for a Connection Between COVID-19 and Exposure to Radiofrequency Radiation from Wireless Telecommunications Including Microwaves and Millimeter Waves. It's just a literature review, and the one author, Beverly Rubik, really likes some rather controversial topics, but the concerns raised are more legitimate than controversial. Dr. Rubik has a Ph. D. in Biophysics from UCa. The other author, Robert R Brown, received his MD from U of Miami. The preview does not render properly in my browser. Clicking "Download preprint" resolves this.

April 7

John P.A. Ioannidis of the Stanford Department of Medicine has published a now peer-reviewed paper entitled Reconciling estimates of global spread and infection fatality rates of COVID-19: an overview of systematic evaluations in which he estimates the infection fatality rate of the global coronavirus to be 0.15%. This is 6% of the estimated infection fatality rate of the 1918 "Spanish" flu. Restated and inverted, the Spanish flu was 17 times more deadly! The coronavirus epidemic is half as deadly as malaria by these numbers. The Coronavirus is only slightly more deadly than two notable Asian flu epidemics, one from around '57, and the other (mainly Hong Kong) around '68.

April 4

Calgary preacher Artur Pawlowski shooed out the Covid Gestapo from his church yesterday when they rudely interrupted his service. "Come back with a warrant" appears to work. The official video is here. Artur's street ministry can be found at streetchurch.ca, and his church, The Cave of Adullam, has a Facebook page where the video of the event may be previewed. An earlier copy of the video was released here by some Anon mirroring content from the Facebook page. God bless you, brother Artur!

April 3

My player "rum" got renamed to "rumu", because "rum" was already taken at rubygems.org. Additionally, it now has native PulseAudio support, which has been partitioned off into a library: pulseaudio_simple_ffi. Both are pushed to rubygems.org, which means you can install rumu by running gem install rumu on a proper install of Ruby.

March 20

Published a new article "The Divine Epistemology of the Christ".

March 19

Published a highly-minimalist music player, written in about 100 lines of Ruby. I named it "rum".

March 10

Happy Mario Day! (Mar 10 -> Mar10 -> Mario)

A page documenting the aborted fetal cell lines used in all coronavirus vaccines.

Edward Pentin, a well-known consultant on the Roman Catholic Church, is publishing a 100 signatory open letter titled The Voice of Women in Defense of Unborn Babies and in Opposition to Abortion-tainted Vaccines.

February 18

I've begun documenting my exploration of custom Linux kernel builds.

February 11

An aggregator of studies regarding human biodiversity. (archive) A wonderful remedy to the pseudoscience of "Critical Race Theory". There's some atheist nonsense in here too, to be fair. There's definitely an opening for Christ-centred human biodiversity analysis. I'll get there eventually, I reckon.

February 10

I wrote a bit on the wrath of God.

February 8

Another anti-mask literature review, this one written by dentists for dentists, then pulled due to obvious political pressure. The retraction can be viewed here, but I archived someone else's PDF copy of the original article.

February 5

Pathophysiological Basis and Rationale for Early Outpatient Treatment of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Infection by Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH -- The American Journal of Medicine is now publishing a protocol for HCQ treatment (as of Jan 1, 2021).

The earliest clearly-defined HCQ treatment protocol I discovered was Dr. Zev Zelenko's. He is heavily censored by media agents. There is an article here aggregating appearances of his work. (archive) Naturally, the promotion of HCQ in this form occurs after election fraud installed Quid Pro Joe in the White house. Newsweek insists on falsely debunking the reality that, yes, the AJM did publish an article recommending HCQ, deceptively interviewing the editor-in-chief to "establish" that it's not the journal recommending the protocol, it's the author of the article being published by the journal recommending it. This is just semantic nonsense intended to cast fear, uncertainty, and doubt.

I will be filing a credit card chargeback with a certain "local" (I guess management has moved to the coast) computer shop selling "refurbished" computers that aren't even updated with current anti-Spectre, etc. firmwares. Management insists more current firmware is not stable. The manufacturer insists otherwise, but my experience is that management might not be far off there. While I recommended the shop for years, I will no longer due to a bad experience. The shop should be avoided because while their machines are cheap, it appears that they cannot be modernized, and cannot be saved from the many hardware vulnerabilities that have popped up in the last few years. Plus, the shop is no longer local, management has migrated. Finally, their staff is horrible and repeatedly lied to my face. They could have saved hours of time if they'd listened to what I'd told them, but at this point, I'm quite content to cost them time. My current recommended computer shop in Prince George would be DDR2. Cantin Brothers also offers some support.

January 27

...insulin resistance was an independent predictor of all clinical events, using both multiple logistic regression and Cox’s proportional hazards analysis. The fact that an age-related clinical event developed in approximately 1 out of 3 healthy individuals in the upper tertile of insulin resistance at baseline, followed for an average of 6 yr, whereas no clinical events were observed in the most insulin-sensitive tertile, should serve as a strong stimulus to further efforts to define the role of insulin resistance in the genesis of age-related diseases.

-- Francesco S. Facchini, Nancy Hua, Fahim Abbasi, Gerald M. Reaven, Insulin Resistance as a Predictor of Age-Related Diseases, The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, Volume 86, Issue 8, 1 August 2001, Pages 3574–3578

Did a bit of a dive on the intersection of the topics "Gog and Magog" and "Khazaria" for a friend. Apparently, it's a popular topic in muslim circles. There is a very well-cited article from apfn.org titled "Gog, Magog, and the Kingdom of the Khazars". It only exists in archives now, and was split across two parts: Part 1 and Part 2. Steven Anderson preached on the topic of Gog and Magog; the Khazaria angle chiefly reflects Arthur Koestler's "The Thirteenth Tribe". archive.org stores a "Gog and Magog Research Pack" which is very comprehensive.

Sexual Revolution and the Liberation of Children (archive) - An interview with author Kate Millet by Mark Blasius. A really illuminating article highlighting, among other things, the tendency of male homosexuals towards pedophilia, and feminist tendencies towards sexualization of children.

January 23

Terms like "toxic masculinity" and "white fragility" are invented to pathologize the immutable identity of people the woke don't like.

January 18

The Weimarization of the American Republic

Henry Makow's website - contains a lot of New World Order documentation. Take with a big ol' grain of salt, but Makow is good at referencing and doesn't base his work on self-assertion

Dr. Judith Reisman's website - documents a lot of how academics are pushing sexual degeneracy for political control, including for example the Kinsey Scale's Dr. Kinsey's child molestation protocols

"Bronze Age Pervert" discusses the mythical "alt-right" and deconstructs its existence. BAP is a Nietzschean revivalist at heart; I'm not aligned with him ideologically much at all, but the points here are good.

January 4, 2021

True North News is documenting Canadian politicians breaking their own Chinavirus guidelines.

December 27

A Canadian website explores the link between cannabis use and psychosis.


Merry Christmas!

I reworked my "Link Directory" page to be a list of good teachers for now, which is closer to how I want it. I've transfered some random links to here.

December 5

"Medical Masks" (archive). JAMA Patient Page article from March 4, 2020 by two MDs that explains to the general public about mask usage.

Face masks should not be worn by healthy individuals to protect themselves from acquiring respiratory infection because there is no evidence to suggest that face masks worn by healthy individuals are effective in preventing people from becoming ill.

December 3

Here Is The Evidence. A crowdsourced website documenting the vast ocean of evidence that the American 2020 election was not trustworthy.

A dynamic compendium of studies demonstrating Hydroxychloroquine works to help COVID.

The Great Barrington Declaration. "As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies". Signatories include over 10,000 medical and health scientists and nearly 40,000 medical practitioners at the time of writing.

Masks are neither effective nor safe: A summary of the science by Dr. Colleen Huber. A 42-citation-deep exploration of the efficacy of masks, especially in the context of the Holocough.

November, December

I've been working on various writings, mostly Biblically-proven stuff. Read more in the Writing section.

July 5

G. Filotto, aka "The Kurgan", sedeprivationist author.

June 28

Explore the intersection of Stirner and Rand as socialist versus capitalist theories of egoism.

June 19

Dr Martin Luther - A Treatise on Good Works

Arians of the Fourth Century by John Henry Newman. From the National Institute for Newman Studies. Mentioned by E. Michael Jones in "The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit".

A Rabbi Struggles With A Consequence of Christ. A Bible blog discusses the same.

June 14

Eight Big Reasons Critical Race Theory Is Terrible for Dealing with Racism (archive)

John Derbyshire: I Have A Dream—That This Is The Darkness Before The Race-Realist Dawn

A Gentle Introduction to Unqualified Reservations, Chapter 3 (archive) - Mencius Moldbug writes about an interesting thought experiment.

Let’s say you were a person who didn’t care at all about the Constitution, and you wanted to take America back to the past and establish a new order of hereditary nobility. What could be more deliciously reactionary than that? Real, live nobles, walking around on the street. So let’s see what it would take to make it happen.

May 28

Jewish Telegraphic Agency: "Israeli Sephardic leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in his weekly Saturday night sermon said that non-Jews exist to serve Jews." (archive)

An open letter debunking a bad study on Hydroxychloroquine.

Open Extended Jungian Type Scales 1.2 online test, roughly parallel to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. My result ENTJ, with J being the least defined, like usual. Result reflects an odd result I got on a similar test administered at the City of Prince George when I worked there.

A mechanistic explanation of the transition to simple multicellularity in fungi by Luke L. M. Heaton, Nick S. Jones & Mark D. Fricker, published May 22 in Nature.

May 26

PINE64 is a community driven company focused on creating high-quality, low-cost ARM devices. They market Free Software phones and laptops built on ARM64 Allwinner cores, among other things.

Discovered Miles Mathis, who is a heterodox critic of physics and math. Makes some interesting claims like how π should equal 4 in kinematic contexts, complete with evidence for it, surprisingly. Needs further digestion.

David Levinson on The Explorer I Anomaly - some more background for Mathis' aforementioned belief.

Facebook post: On one hand, I don't agree with forced mask usage. On the other, masks are useful tools, and mitigate disease risk. On the third hand, public support for mask use is undoing authoritarian policies aimed at forcing people to abandon their anonymity in public spaces. Keep them optional but advised and I'll lend my support, but the second it becomes mandatory, I'll resist. This parallels my position on vaccines, only masks have no potential for introducing an acute concentration of toxins into the bloodstream, so they're strictly lower on the risk spectrum.

SARS-CoV-2 RNA concentrations in primary municipal sewage sludge as a leading indicator of COVID-19 outbreak dynamics

We report a time course of SARS-CoV-2 RNA concentrations in primary sewage sludge during the Spring COVID-19 outbreak in a northeastern U.S. metropolitan area. SARS-CoV-2 RNA was detected in all environmental samples and, when adjusted for the time lag, the virus RNA concentrations were highly correlated with the COVID-19 epidemiological curve (R2=0.99) and local hospital admissions (R2=0.99). SARS-CoV-2 RNA concentrations were a seven-day leading indicator ahead of compiled COVID-19 testing data and led local hospital admissions data by three days.

May 23

Added a couple writing topics for future reference.

"Karl Marx: Racist" by Nathaniel Weyl. Posted for future reference.

Evidence for the zinc-hydroxychloroquine treatment.

After adjusting for the time at which zinc sulfate was added to our protocol, an increased frequency of being discharged home (OR 1.53, 95% CI 1.12-2.09) reduction in mortality or transfer to hospice remained significant (OR 0.449, 95% CI 0.271-0.744). Conclusion: This study provides the first in vivo evidence that zinc sulfate in combination with hydroxychloroquine may play a role in therapeutic management for COVID-19.
"Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin plus zinc vs hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin alone: outcomes in hospitalized COVID-19 patients"

May 21

Added "Log" section. Reorganized backgrounds.

Read an article about how a ketogenic diet treats nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

Noticed the United Nations' "New World Order" initiative and the "new economic system" they're pushing, entitled "Happytalism". Signed up to receive the Happytalism white paper. I don't expect it to differ much from their usual Bolshevist bent.

Discovered brutalist web design, which reflects the design of this site and my general approach.

May 20

Published a subtle alternative master of Yasunori Mitsuda's tune "Another Termina" off of the Chrono Cross soundtrack.

April 27

Added new backgrounds, added start of Snow Crash article.

April 25

Simplified homepage, offloaded content, design changes.