These days it is clear that the vast majority believe in the narrative. They believe that governments and authorities know best and have their best interests at heart, they believe in face masks, they believe in the virus story, they believe in … [Read more...] about Belief in the narrative, no matter what
Vaccines are at the forefront of many people's minds due to the COVID Plandemic. Bill Gates has repeatedly insisted that there will be no return to normal without everyone being vaccinated, and as we watch the media narrative unfold this is clearly a … [Read more...] about Dr Sherri Tenpenny discusses the imminent SARS COV 2 Vaccine
lockdowns and hygienic measures around the world are based on numbers of cases and mortality rates created by the so-called SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR tests used to identify “positive” patients, whereby “positive” is usually equated with “infected.” But … [Read more...] about COVID-19 PCR tests are scientifically meaningless.
When I was a child there was a TV quiz show in which contestants examined a really zoomed in close-up of one tiny part of a larger object. They had to guess what the larger object was while the camera slowly zoomed out. As more of the picture was … [Read more...] about There is no such thing as knowledge out of context
This is about achieving certainty, but it is also about more than that. It’s a summary of a thinking process that leads to certainty, that leads to the confidence that what you claim to know is indeed true. So what is certainty? It’s a measure of … [Read more...] about Certainty – How Can I Be Sure That What I Claim to Know Is True?
It has long been fashionable to knock materialism. When I was younger I was programmed to believe that people who shunned the acquisition of physical things were somehow more spiritually enlightened, and to look with disapproval at anyone enjoying … [Read more...] about What’s wrong with materialism?
Without guidance in the thinking process, your success in finding the truth in any particular issue will be sporadic and limited. Below I offer you a framework to help give structure to your method and improve your confidence that the convictions you … [Read more...] about A Method to find Truth
The discussion of vaccines to determine their efficacy and safety has long been off the agenda in the mainstream media. Because when all the facts are available the truth is easier to discern. Lies are maintained by hiding facts. Ever since Dr Andrew … [Read more...] about The Forensic Nurse on vaccine ingredients
Intellectual failure is at the heart of the alleged pandemic crisis, according to Jeffrey Tucker of the American Institute for Economic Research and the Foundation for Economic Education. A preoccupation with computer modelling, as a strategy for … [Read more...] about Jeffrey Tucker on the computer model origins of the Covid-19 saga
Human contact is good for us. We all intuitively know this and it is true. There is plenty of evidence that a diverse microbiome is essential to the human immune system. It is important for absorbing nutrients from the food that we cannot diggest, … [Read more...] about Social distancing is bad for your health! Don’t do it!