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Friday, December 17, 2021

The editors of the BMJ write an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg (archive) describing a failure of fact-checking. Among other things, the BMJ was called "a news blog".

There is also a wider concern that we wish to raise. We are aware that The BMJ is not the only high quality information provider to have been affected by the incompetence of Meta’s fact checking regime. To give one other example, we would highlight the treatment by Instagram (also owned by Meta) of Cochrane, the international provider of high quality systematic reviews of the medical evidence.[3] Rather than investing a proportion of Meta’s substantial profits to help ensure the accuracy of medical information shared through social media, you have apparently delegated responsibility to people incompetent in carrying out this crucial task.

1639767755 - 11:02 AM - lugenpresse, news, science

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

A Twitter account covering the Ghislaine Maxwell trial has been kicked off the platform. Link goes to the user's Substack.

1638985029 - 9:37 AM - culture, lugenpresse, news

Monday, December 6, 2021

Dr. Joseph Mercola details Pfizer's shady history. Exhaustively documented, plenty of references.

1638837249 - 4:34 PM - culture, drugs, lugenpresse, politics

Monday, November 29, 2021

Steven Salzburg, blogging at Forbes, explains in an article Yes, The Vaccine Changes Your DNA. A Tiny Bit. That’s A Good Thing. Covers an article I've commented on before. Lots of the usual media handwringing and lies, but he does explain one particular instance of the vaccine changing your DNA that I had hitherto not considered. He lies about other scientists who come to conclusions he doesn't like.

1638232283 - 4:31 PM - lugenpresse, scamdemic, science

Thursday, June 3, 2021

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.

1622750400 - 1:00 PM - lugenpresse, scamdemic

Saturday, May 22, 2021

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.

1621720800 - 3:00 PM - lugenpresse, science

Friday, May 21, 2021

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

1621627200 - 1:00 PM - lugenpresse, scamdemic

Thursday, May 20, 2021

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.

1621540800 - 1:00 PM - health, lugenpresse, scamdemic, science

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

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.

1620252000 - 3:00 PM - lugenpresse, scamdemic, science

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

1620248400 - 2:00 PM - lugenpresse, scamdemic

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

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

1620158400 - 1:00 PM - lugenpresse, meta

Saturday, May 1, 2021

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

1619902800 - 2:00 PM - lugenpresse, science

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

1619899200 - 1:00 PM - lugenpresse, scamdemic, science

Friday, February 5, 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.

1612562400 - 2:00 PM - lugenpresse, scamdemic, science

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