Musings on #MS – War induced MS?

My memory fails that far back, but an interesting symptom I have is the sheer amount of snot I create, anytime I drink or smoke or ear, I have to spit. Always told allergies but nothing has ever fixed it. It is a symptom of chemical weapons or any neuroweapon. That is why foaming at …

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Medical research – Effect of occupation on risk of developing MS: an insurance cohort study

Effect of occupation on risk of developing MS: an insurance cohort study From the paper The aim of this study was to estimate the occupational risks in relation to multiple sclerosis (MS). The immediate background for this research was our finding that there had been a high number of critical illness insurance claims by patients …

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Science article – Scientists pinpoint brain-swelling mechanism

Scientists pinpoint brain-swelling mechanism on Science Daily From the article: A team of UBC researchers has made a significant discovery uncovering the cause of brain swelling after trauma to the head. Their research, published in Cell, paves the way for a preventative drug treatment for severe brain damage following stroke, infection, head injury or cardiac arrest. …

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Science Quote – Our previous ideas are going to have to be revised. (2009 NASA article)

Nasa.gov Article Link October 15, 2009: For years, researchers have known that the solar system is surrounded by a vast bubble of magnetism. Called the "heliosphere," it springs from the sun and extends far beyond the orbit of Pluto, providing a first line of defense against cosmic rays and interstellar clouds that try to enter our …

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A response to a much, much, higher authority.

Sarah Sanders administration response on climate change Science is only ever important to them if it is engineered in a manner to create death and destruction or maximum profitability. When it comes to humans and the Earth, we are nothing but a workforce for the extraction of resources. Shouldn't the citizens be that higher authority? …

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Quote – Incomplete state of knowledge

It is a strange fact, characteristic of the incomplete state of our present knowledge, that totally opposing conclusions are drawn about prehistoric conditions on our planet, depending on whether the problem is approached from the biological or the geophysical viewpoint. — Alfred L. Wegener In The Origins of Continents and Oceans (4th ed. 1929), trans. …

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