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May 28, 2020

The Final Solution

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The Final Solution vaccine — end of the “ill nation of the U.S.” as a free-living species– also anagrams to “a net of Th illusion” –‘Th’ referencing the ‘Th1’ and ,Th2’ immunity process of antibodies.

…and two more for you: “flu, then isolation” and “sion [ions] in the fallout



May 22, 2020

Counterrevolution: Evolving


The best antidote to fascist Techno-feudalism is living naturally with rational technology!


Here’s real biology from medical doctor experts who care about health:

RNA viruses

Dr. Nancy Banks, author of AIDS, Opium, Diamonds and Empire, from her 2015 interview with Sofia Smallstorm:

When a cell does not have enough electrons to function it begins to lose its ability to communicate with other parts of the cell –and this happens over time [not suddenly]…and means there is some toxicity or some deficiency that [isn’t] recognized… Cancer cells [for example] no longer receive the correct signals…  AIDS is defined as 29 different diseases –but AID [Acquired Immune Deficiency] is a malfunction of a certain kind of white cell… Even in virology they know that RNA viruses are not pathogenic… The theory of HIV is that the virus is in the CD4 [T-cells]…killing them… but the virus has not been found in the decreasing [T-] cells so clearly not what’s killing them. People with HIV/AIDS all have 30 to 60% reduced…glutathione… It’s a deficiency disease.

Sofia: [approx.. min.30] “So, let’s talk about AIDS as an energy deficiency disease… rather than being called Acquired Immune Deficiency, it should be called Acquired Energy Deficiency…”

Dr.Banks:  ”[Remember] that anti-oxidants provide energy, or provide electrons. Things that are oxidative take electrons. So glutathione has the sulf-hydryl group which is key to providing excess electrons in the cell. These excess electrons allow for all the normal functioning of the cell… normal cell division, normal use of the mitochondria…to allow one of the energy molecules, ATP, to develop… But the other important thing that happens in the mitochondria is that there are millions-per-second of…redox reactions [which] are simply reactions where an electron goes from one energy level to another energy level. When that happens, photons…create an electromagnetic wave and these waves are actually part of the energy of the cell, and part of the propagation of what allows the cell to keep itself together. So what happens if you…don’t have enough electrons to float that particular wave of energy in the cell…is you’re going to have…these reduced energy levels which do not allow the cell to function optimally… and that’s what’s going on with people said to have HIV.

…[Ebola in] Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea…just happens to break out where they just found [Aug.2013]..this huge cache of really expensive rocks [diamonds of 300+ karats]… They said Ebola was an RNA virus and the minute you hear [an epidemic] is RNA, you know immediately they’re not telling you the truth. Secondly, what is Ebola? –it’s a type of hemorrhagic fever, but there are many types…in tropical climates…and they’re trying to make people of afraid in temperate climates where tropical [diseases] don’t take hold, so that’s another nonsensical kind of thing, but we don’t really know what people are dying of… We know in this area the [World Health Organization] is testing all kinds of vaccines and drugs… but…the breakdown of the communities…and [civil] war [and dislocation] would cause diseases…and is no wonder…  March of 2014 was the first outbreak of Ebola and August 2013 [was] the announced diamond-mining discovery…

…”I do want to discuss…the RNA viruses. First there are two types of genetic material –DNA which is in our central genome and RNA…which has different [functions]. Now it turns out that it’s possible that the first type of genetic material on earth was RNA and…also almost 45% of the human genome is retro-transcribed…from RNA into DNA…and the term for it is ‘retrotransposons’ [or] DNA which is retro-transcribed from RNA… What it means is that this DNA, …what they used to call ‘junk DNA’…turns out that the more highly evolved a system is, the more so-called ‘junk DNA’ it has… But…this junk DNA actually has information –it’s messenger RNA and has some enzymatic functions… So as the cell functions and is communicating, it packages up these bits of genetic material [that] goes to different parts the cell or from cell to cell. If the cell is breaking down, then these bits of genetic material are transmitted out of the cell…   What they’ve been calling viruses, especially RNA viruses… most is not actually a virus but packaged pieces of normal genetic material…which are functioning the way they’re supposed to.

…”[In the past, from the 1920s], they believed that genes were stationary and didn’t move, transmitting information in one direction and [Barbara McClintock] said ‘no, genes are not stationary…they’re moving all the time’ …So you are evolving in terms of your environment because genes are always responding to…the environment…[and] move around almost like an alphabet making different words… We’re talking about a kind of consciousness at the energetic level… [It’s a dangerous idea] in a materialistic society because we don’t believe in consciousness at this level… The cell is completely quantum… so [knowledge of this] is going to break down the paradigm which is controlling science right now… [but] we’re moving into a whole new realm of how people think and behave.”



“Disease [is] not an entity, but a fluctuating condition of the patient’s body, a battle between the substance of disease and the natural self-healing tendency of the body.” –Hippocrates


The authors of The Body Electric, Dr. Robert O. Becker and Gary Seldon, chose Hippocrates’s words to introduce Part 3 of their book, ‘Our Hidden Healing Energy.’  The concept of Hippocrates “fluctuating condition of the ..body” was iterated by Antoine Bechamp as ‘pleomorphism’ (or polymorphism) in ‘bioterrain’, a contradiction to his peers promoting Germ Theory, or monomorphism, posited by Robert Koch and Louis Pasteur. I learned originally of Bechamp from Dr. Banks in 2008 when I began working out the many biological problems in poliomyelitis as an environmental disease of radiation and chemical exposure. The Body Electric elevates these ‘bioterrain’ ideas into scientific proof of cellular abilities to ‘dedifferentiate and redifferentiate’ into the perfectly-needed cell types for healing and regeneration under the right cell-level electromagnetic conditions.


“I felt as though the temple curtain had been drawn aside without warning and I, a goggle-eyed stranger somehow mistaken for an initiate, had been ushered into a sanctuary to witness the mystery of mysteries. I saw a phantasmagoria, a living tapestry of forms jeweled in minute detail. They danced together like guests at a rowdy wedding. They changed their shapes. Within themselves they juggled geometrical shards like the fragments in a kaleidoscope. They sent forth extensions of themselves like the flares of suns. Yet all their activity was obviously interrelated; each being’s actions were in step with its neighbors’. They were like bees swarming: They obviously recognized each other and were communicating avidly, but it was impossible to know what they were saying. They enacted a pageant whose beauty awed me…   As the lights came back on, the auditorium seemed dull and unreal. I’d been watching various kinds of ordinary cells going about their daily business, as seen through a microscope and recorded by the latest time-lapse movie techniques. The filmmaker frankly admitted that neither he nor anyone else knew just what the cells were doing, or how and why they were doing it… The film was shown at a workshop on fracture healing sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences in 1965.” –pp135-136, The Body Electric, [Robert O. Becker MD] Becker and Seldon, 1985

“In the mid-1960s, solid-state devices were only beginning to hit the market, and one of the PN junction’s most interesting properties hadn’t yet been exploited. When you run a current through [a PN junction] in forward bias, some of its energy gets turned into light and emitted from the surface. In other words, electricity makes it glow. Nowadays various kinds of these PN junctions, called light-emitting diodes (LEDs), are everywhere… but then they were laboratory curios. We found that bone was an LED. Like many such materials, it required an outside source of light before an electric current would make it release its own light, and the light it emitted was at an infrared frequency invisible to us, but the effect was consistent and undeniable.” –p131, ibid.

“Semiconduction, [a]third kind of current, was a laboratory curiosity in the 1930s. Halfway between conductors and insulators, the semiconductors are inefficient in the sense that they can carry only small currents, but they can conduct their currents readily over long distances…  [Albert] Szent-Gyorgyi pointed out that the molecular structure of many parts of the cell was regular enough to support semiconduction… he conjectured that protein molecules, each having a sort of slot or way station for mobile electrons, might be joined together in long chains so that electrons could flow in a semiconducting current over long distances without losing energy…and passed along as information… I  [Becker] theorized that this system…regulated growth, healing, and perhaps other basic processes.” –p93, ibid.

“Ultimately we must relate all we learn about regeneration to a general system of communication among cells, for regrowth is only a special case of the cooperative cohesion that’s the essence of multicellular life…  The control system we’re seeking unites all levels of organization, from the idiosyncratic yet regular outline of the whole organism to the precisely engineered traceries of its microstructure. The DNA-RNA apparatus isn’t the whole secret of life, but a sort of computer program by which the real secret, the control system, expresses its pattern in terms of living cells.” –p182. Ibid. “The pituitary hormone prolactin, the same substance that stimulates milk flow in nursing mothers, seems to sensitize cells to electric current. Then the signal causes nearby cells to dedifferentiate…apparently by changing the way cell membranes pass calcium ions… Steve Smith then confirmed the importance of calcium by preventing dedifferentiation with a calcium-blocking compound, and restarting it with another substance that enhanced passage of calcium ions… Widespread…work on calcium-binding proteins, such as calmodulin, has made it fairly certain that electrical control of calcium movement through cell membranes directs the give-and-take among these proteins, which in turn supervises the cell’s entire genetic and metabolic industry… [The] available evidence suggests that the current flows through the perineural cells [in the myelin] rather than the neurons themselves… These are several types of cells that completely surround every nerve cell, enclosing all the peripheral fibers in a sheath and composing 90 percent of the brain… Not all cells can respond, however…” –p183—“…[but] we reflect on the stakes: understanding regeneration well enough to restore it to ourselves. Certainly skin is electrically active. It’s piezoelectric and pyroelectric (turning heat into electricity) as well as a transporter of ions in wet animals. In the last two decades [1965-1985] nearly all tissues have been proven to produce or carry various kinds of electrical charge. Skin may play an as-yet-unknown role in regeneration… We can infer two things about the control [system]…in relation to the whole organism [;] the guidance can’t be purely local, but must come from a system that likewise pervades the whole body. Furthermore, there are no dedifferentiated cells left over when the work is done; there are just enough and no more… A large body of earlier work has shown that redifferentiation instructions are passed along a tissue arc whose main element is the circuit already established between nerves and epidermis” –p185—“The direction (polarity) plus the magnitude and force (amperage and voltage) of current could serve as a vector system… The electric field surrounding continuously charged cells…would provide a third coordinate…[and] a magnetic field…possibly adding a fourth dimension… Together these values might suffice to pinpoint any cell in the body. The electric and magnetic fields, varying as the current varies with the animal’s state of consciousness and health, could move charged molecules wherever they were needed for control of growth or other processes.” –p186—“As one who has performed too many amputations in his time, I find the prospect of being able to give a patient the real thing instead of a prosthesis tremendously exciting. There’s a good chance…such techniques could even rectify genetic birth defects. Since no one has yet achieved full regeneration…these dreams won’t come true overnight. They aren’t chimerical, however. The remaining problems could probably be solved…[by] basic research. Meanwhile, human capacities for repair of certain tissues are greater than most people realize, and there are already promising ways…” –p187, The Body Electric, 1985







May 20, 2020

COVID: Spelling Magic




Magic is “the Great Work” in Western traditions, ancient and timeless, and magic ‘spells’ convey creation into multiple dimensions, giving form to matter –at least, that’s what I’ve learned about magic and language over the years. Written or spoken, the dynamic convergence of science, art, and mysticism that is language encodes reality. The complexed western tradition is older than the Bible, encoded there too, of course, establishing Divine Order. That said, I observed the phrase ‘coronavirus disease pandemic’ as loaded with magical potential.

Firstly, it makes a ‘magic circle’ of 26 letters. A magic circle is made from a linear string of letters by drawing down-and-around the matching ‘c’ string ends, ‘locking’ them into a never-ending circle. This opens new dimensions; spheres, portals, wavelengths, etc. Repetition pumps power into the circle. The first time I posted a ‘magic circle’ and its only anagram on the blog (STX and Stuxnet), the result was startling. In principle, the magic circle makes a language ‘spell’ into a Force of Nature.

Anagrams can be weirdly revealing and predictive, sometimes exposing a linkage to otherwise unrelated events, especially I suppose if a magic circle is made.

In English, 26 letters makes our alphabet and equates to ‘8’ (2+6) in numerology. Our corona phrase also contains every vowel, the ‘singing’ tones invoking ‘the gods’, so it represents a symbolic whole –the whole world, eh? The number 8 in the zodiac is ruled by Scorpio –the 8th House—domain of Life, Death, Regeneration and Transformation. By the calendar, the water sign of Scorpio rises in October and completes in November. Scorpio’s time is coincident to the coronavirus pandemic plan known as “Event 201” in October 2019, the outbreak following in Wuhan in November. Wuhan is ‘across the water’ and ‘on the water’, and coronavirus carries on droplets of water. The I Ching titles the #8 hexagram as ‘Accord’;  in the western Tarot #8 is Justice, the figure above the central portal of Notre Dame de Paris that holds the world in Balance. The façade of Notre Dame, by the way, names the center door ‘Portal of the Last Judgement’ and above it Justice is ‘opposed’ by the Demon with its hand upon the world, controlling the balance while she holds the scale. Numbers ‘2’ and ‘6’ are earth signs in the zodiac (houses of Taurus and Virgo), below the horizon, meaning roughly ‘stability at home’, like “stay at home orders”. In the ‘Pentateuch’, first five books of the Bible, a deducible series of number ‘8’s  from the generations of Adam presents the numbers ‘17’ and ‘26’ respecting Fathers and Sons – it is both Power and Infinity invested in mankind. ‘8’ sideways is the infinity symbol and the two circles of a converged, overlapping ‘8’ have the ‘vesica pisces’ in the center, the ‘fish’ symbol of Lordship.

A few anagrams that I worked out last night seem to reveal some features of the COVID story. Here are five handy ones, each spelling back the phrase ‘coronavirus disease pandemic’:

“advise a microsensor panic due”

“I spoon media ruse in cadavers”

“science and media pour saviors”

“a censure divides a comparison”

“o raise as music and providence”

—surely, many more and if you find some, please share! Meantime, I’ll work the ‘story’ and be back with results. Make your own Magic!!




May 16, 2020

Global Revolution: Going Forward

The 1997 words of journalist William Greider in ‘One World, Ready or Not’:

“Revolutions, by their nature, do not operate with the consent of the governed. A revolution… is always the work of a radical few who seize power and impose new values and social arrangements on the many. While the process is inescapably anti-democratic…[that] is beside the point. Human history does, on occasion, advance by such decisive breaks from the past—epic transformations that destroy the comfortable old identities and compel people, for better or worse, to adopt new understandings of themselves….

   “If the question was put now to everyone, everywhere—do you wish to become a citizen of the world…?—it is safe to assume that most…would answer no, they wish to remain who they are…

    “The deepest social meaning of the global…revolution is that people no longer have free choice in this matter of identity. Ready or not, they are already of the world… [and] bound to distant others through the complex strands of commerce and finance reorganizing the globe as a unified marketplace… That is the essential new fact of everyone’s social existence and it is indeed revolutionary: unless one intends to withdraw from modern… life, there is no place to hide from the others… [P]atterns of global interconnectedness are already the dominant reality… The wrenching economic changes will be understood in time as a great new opening in history –an invitation to social invention and human advancement—but only when people learn how to think expansively again about their own ideals.” –pp333-335.




Global economic forces –a lesson from William Greider

“In military terms, the free-running market has mounted a pincer movement against the modern welfare state and is advancing to disable it. One flank of the attack is formed by debt, the accumulating indebtedness of the wealthiest governments as they are unable to keep up with costs of long-established social commitments. The other flank is capital exit—the flight of firms and investors to other locations when nations fail to shrink the overhead costs that the welfare state imposes on enterprise and labor markets. As these two flanks tighten, each makes the situation worse for the societies under attack, swelling the ranks of dependent citizens and the cost of resistance.

“ Then the market reformers launch their frontal assault: a principled ideological argument that government is itself harmful…[and] that it is the welfare state, not global economic forces, that has degraded their prosperity and social order. Government protections…have robbed many citizens of their productive spirit and interfered with the private economy’s natural abilities to generate wealth. By shrinking government’s role, by hacking back its social guarantees and protective laws, society can free the market to create a better world for all. [p360]

“This…has become the preeminent political issue for the nations of advanced capitalism… Labor and the left are in retreat almost everywhere: commerce and finance predominate in politics and have adapted centralized government to their own uses… [p361] The global market’s imperatives are, in effect, pushing…powerful nations to engineer greater income inequality among their citizens…but nothing like the widening gulf in the United States. American political elites…have embraced the market reformers’ goals with renewed vigor and assume that if the debris of the welfare state can be cleared away, the American economy will flourish again. A terrible potential lurks in these developments, not widely appreciated because it seems so remote: fascism. The collision between society and the free market has the potential to stir a great social disturbance… The leading industrial democracies are confronted now with…the same collision. [p363]. If it is allowed to deepen and harden into political deadlock, the ground is prepared again for…fascism –a popular movement that promises to resolve the stress and conflict by dictatorial fiat, destroying personal freedom and democratic process in exchange for restoring stability and an orderly prosperity.

…”During the tumultuous economic changes on the 1920s, fragmentary fascist movements appeared in every industrial nation, including the United States, mainly among the dispossessed working class or bewildered middle-class traditionalists. When economic collapse enveloped the 1930s, the crisis allowed some of those parties to flourish and seize power, imposing their own deadly bargain on society… ‘Fascism,’ [Karl] Polanyi observed, ‘was a revolutionary tendency directed as much against conservatism as against the competing revolutionary force of socialism’.  When enough people feel cornered –confused and powerless, deprived of security and ignored by authorities—some will be drawn into extreme and violent forms of political expression… If Americans are disturbed by the rise of neofascists in Europe, they should understand that most of the Nazi literature ciculating in [Europe]…is mailed from the United States. [p364]

“In [modern] Germany, class resentment was on the rise again, though not always according to the usual stereotypes. The resentments I heard expressed came from people of advanced education and prestigious circumstances. What they resented was the comfortable lifestyle of the German working class. ‘Germans are very spoiled…and we are so lazy and spoiled today, used to a high standard where you get more and more… [Workers] spend a lot of time organizing their holidays… They know what they want and become very individualistic. Most employees feel they are equal to their bosses…  Simple work has become too expensive…’   In Frankfurt, the center of German finance, the bankers…put the class problem more explicitly. Germany’s economic problem, they explained, was excessive equality. ‘The price of maintaining equality is too high –we have to allow for more inequality… [The] need is to get the cleaning workers’ wages down and to widen the spread between them. If we do that, we get more employment, less tax burden [from]…financing the unemployed and, therefore, greater growth… How often does a U.S. janitor go for vacation abroad? Not very often, [we] think… Here, everybody goes abroad.’ [p365]

“Class implications aside, these comments were all directed at the economic crisis facing the social market economy…that was modern Germany’s proudest accomplishment. For nearly fifty years German prosperity has been widely shared through a complex system of public and private understandings… Now…under assault –[as] too expensive, too rigid, too centralized—for the relentless arithmetic of price-cost competition in the global marketplace. [p366]  As an economic scheme, the social market system had worked wondrously well in a self-contained market…[until] the social bargain was rendered vulnerable once liberalized finance and globalizing production were free of national boundaries. Indeed, the very political mechanisms Germany had created to foster compromise and concensus were now seen as barriers to executing rapid changes… In general, what the [German] reformers wanted was frequently described as the ‘American solution’ to globalization—a much smaller welfare system, deregulation across many fronts but especially in labor laws, a weakening of [unions]…and uniform wage[s], more freedom for employers to hire part-time workers and to modernize business practices.[p369]. The greater flexibility…enabled more job creation… lower unemployment and thus, reduced welfare costs. In particular, the U.S. system of weaker labor-market laws allowed the steady shrinkage of unions, declining real wages, more ‘temp’ jobs without rights or benefits and a much greater spread in incomes between highly educated and less skilled citizens. [But] in America, people were beginning to grasp that these conditions contributed to the social deterioration. In Germany, they were the reform goals. The social market ‘has to be substantially corrected… The state has to have a sound safety net, but it must lower standards, much lower than today and only for those who are unable to care for themselves. It’s not a managerial reform –it’s a conceptual reform…’ [p370]


“Americans, on the whole, [are] ill equipped to think about such matters or to understand how such basic forces as the labor market…and incomes created circumstances beyond an individual’s control. America’s contemporary liberals and conservatives were more alike in this than they recognized… [p380] Conservative reformers hacking away at the government’s various social programs were convinced that the marketplace itself was the best teacher and government got in the way. Liberals believed in remedial intervention –programs that in various ways would clean up the losers and equip them to get back on the ladder… Across the last twenty years [1970s-1990s]…the broad American middle-class was shrinking or else breaking… Home ownership…began declining in 1981… wage erosion and job losses have crept steadily up the ladder –from working poor to…white-collar ranks. These were people who…had done the ‘right things’ expected of them… Yet their prosperity was shrinking…[and] they were perhaps unsure why or who to blame. The future looked explosive. If global economic forces kept advancing as I have described them, another debilitating wave of deindustrialization was in store for America…” [p381]

One World Ready or Not, by William Greider, 1997




May 15, 2020

666: Enter the Gates

Sofia Smallstorm Blog

Patent 060606: Get Paid for Being a Thought Slave


“The Brave New World of Bill Gates and Big Telecom” is a new post at, by Robert Kennedy, Jr.  If you want a summary of the A.I. dominated world to come, here it is. 


Rewarding Compliance

Microsoft has patented a sinister technology that utilizes implanted sensors to monitor body and brain activity. It will reward compliant humans with crypto currency payments when they perform assigned activities.  The PatentWO |2020| 060606 has gained notoriety and the nickname “World Order 2020 666.” Microsoft describes this device as a “Crypto Currency System” and explains that it is “capable of” using body activity data to mine bitcoin in response to compliance with assigned tasks.

People who agree to install the Microsoft harmful wireless sensors will receive periodic “duty” smart phone instructions to watch a certain advertisement, listen to a specific song, walk down a specific grocery store aisle, or to take a certain vaccine. This chip will collect data from embedded sensors that monitor brain waves, blood flow, and other body reactions. The system will transfer cryptocurrency into the subject’s account after completion of the assigned task.


May 12, 2020

COVID: DNA Dragnet



COVID DNA Dragnet: A brink-of-reality scenario based on what’s already happening, such as contact-tracing, “rogue DNA databases,” and ideas in circulation posing as alternatives to vaccines and chip implants –at least temporarily. DNA dragnets already occur in policing. It doesn’t take a pandemic for this to realize, but the advantage of  timing and cooperation is obvious. You would take a test, wouldn’t you—to be cleared for work or travel? As I see it right now, our collective loss of liberties puts us one step away from national COVID dragnets to get everyone in the DNA database networks in the name of Public Health. It can happen with or without your knowledge and consent through the surreptitious collection and storage of DNA as it is widely practiced by law enforcement in the U.S.  Police methods regarding DNA have been upheld and re-sanctioned by the Supreme Court. [Maryland, 2012, Chief Justice John G. Roberts issued an order allowing police to continue collecting DNA samples]. Collection methods vary from trash-picking to free dinners, to coerced ‘voluntary’ clearing-of-suspicion and mandatory swabbing on arrest. Methods vary as much as the departments that deploy them. Preface this with facts of “Fabricating DNA Evidence” from digital bioinformatics systems [posted here Aug.2009] and the direst possibilities just start popping –but I won’t imagine those now. Just the facts.  On-the-spot COVID tests are coming –police already have spot tests for DNA—useable at building entrances or any convenient or  especially inconvenient location. The race is on for getting new, fast, portable and cheap CoV tests to market, such as a CoV ‘breath-alyzer’ from the UK.   So– a race for ‘better’ tests? …for the purpose of X@#B&5???? Is the dragnet ON?

  •               Checkpoint COVID*

Police methods: ”Rogue DNA databases” are a subject of special scrutiny by law professor Erin E. Murphy in her 2015 book “Inside the Cell, The Dark Side of Forensic DNA” which reviews issues of disrepute in DNA collection in post 9/11 America. The ‘rogues’ operate outside the law, however they are legal and actually contribute information to larger and better governed databases. The collected DNA, overall and everywhere, is subject to the “doctrine of abandonment”, the same criterion used in medical research. Collection-keeping for police uses are, in theory and practice, almost identical to medical uses, and therefore ‘one step away’ which is the ‘legal authority’ that comes with a national emergency waiver.


Telephone-based contact tracing: “The CDC defines a close contact as someone within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes”…but “Once you see a big escalation in cases, contact tracing absolutely cannot work,” Osterholm said. “You will be having contacts by the thousands and thousands and thousands. It’s just not going to work.”

“Contact tracing apps may complement human contact tracing and add efficiency, but they don’t replace all the things you can do training armies of contact tracers”  …“If there is a three-day lag between the test and results, depending on where that person goes, hundreds of people could be exposed — versus if a person is tested and gets the results 15 minutes later, they can begin taking precautions immediately,”…

New contact tracers in the U.S., for now, are entry level data processors, building a database for Public Health. Tracers may also soon adopt police search methods, being done elsewhere, from identities drawn from all possible surveillance sources; security cams, cell phones, credit and debit cards, etc.This goes sideways in all directions really fast.


When pandemic COVID policing and law enforcement merge, Public Health has a vast and instant connectivity for contact tracing:

“Across the country, police departments employ sneak DNA sampling methods without judicial intervention of any kind, and obtain biological material… As the head of one government lab said, ‘When you’ve licked a stamp on your tax return you’ve sent the government a DNA sample.’  …The true scope and extent of sneak sampling practices is not known… [but] in many cases police simply keep surreptitiously gathered samples, adding those DNA profiles to offline or rogue databases that can be searched without restriction. Thus both the data and the databases are shrouded in secrecy…  Oddly enough, the law essentially encourages police to act in the sneakiest ways possible, by according the least oversight and protection to DNA samples collected on the sly… [C]urrent law places no limits on the use of the sample. Police can keep those samples indefinitely, test them as they see fit, and store them in their local database for use in future cases—and all without ever notifying any person that DNA has been sampled. The courts that have addressed sneak sampling have almost universally endorsed it as acceptable under the Fourth Amendment…  [A comment made after a failed case argument challenging the sneak techniques] reflects, the attitude of courts toward surreptitious sampling appears to be that the precepts of ‘abandonment’ and ‘misplaced trust’ ought to apply down to the molecular level… [pp170-172]  …

“[If a person] voluntarily gave over his sample, the police were entitled to use it in any way they saw fit…  Rogue databases…have sprung up around the country…[which] can be as simple as Excel spreadsheets or as sophisticated as networked terminals that mimic the national database, CODIS… The New York City database came under fire in 2005 when…litigation revealed that the city maintained a ‘Linkage Database’ that included samples not just from arrestees and suspects, but from crime scene bystanders and Good Samaritan contributors. The lab admitted it had ‘no policy’, procedure or rules for purging profiles from the database, and that there were no restrictions on the database’s permissible use.[p183] Rogue databases also offer the opportunity to store genetic information beyond that contained in the customary national DNA profile… New Mexico maintains a rogue DNA database…shown to be effective at predicting surnames, particularly rare surnames. [p184] The attractiveness of a database that operates outside the law has led genetic entrepreneurs to start offering software that links them all together, creating a…shadowbase…of the federal database. [p185] The goal was to circumvent CODIS, which precluded uploading of samples from persons not charged with crimes or who gave DNA for elimination purposes only. [p186]…To be sure, solving crime is good. But creating a nation of suspects is not.” [p172]

Inside The Cell, by Erin E. Murphy, 2015.




May 10, 2020

Accelerating Biology



Taking control of your body: Lessons from a cell biologist

“While the Human Genome Project was making headlines, a group of scientists were inaugurating a new, revolutionary field in biology called epigenetics. The science of epigenetics, which literally means ‘control above genetics,’ profoundly changes our understanding of how life is controlled… Genes are not destiny! Environmental influences, including nutrition, stress and emotions, can modify those genes without changing their basic blueprint. And those modifications, epigeneticists have discovered, can be passed on to future generations as surely as DNA blueprints are passed on via the Double Helix.” –p67, Biology of Belief, by Bruce H. Lipton, PhD, 2005

“You may consider yourself an individual, but as a cell biologist I can tell you that you are in truth a cooperative community of approximately 50 trillion single-cell citizens. Almost all of the cells that make up your body are amoeba-like, individual organisms that have evolved a cooperative strategy for their mutual survival. [p27]… I also [make] it clear to my students that each cell is an intelligent being that can survive on its own, as scientists demonstrate when they remove cells from the body and grow them in a culture. [p37] I knew intuitively when I was a child, these smart cells are imbued with intent and purpose; they actively seek environments that support their survival while simultaneously avoiding toxic or hostile ones. Like humans, single cells analyze thousands of stimuli from the microenvironment they inhabit… [and] select appropriate behavioral responses to ensure their survival. Single cells are also capable of learning through these environmental experiences and are able to create cellular memories which they pass on to their offspring.” [p38]

The evolutionary push for ever-bigger communities is simply a reflection of the biological imperative to survive. The more awareness an organism has of its environment, the better its chances for survival. When cells band together [i.e. into higher organisms] they increase their awareness exponentially… A process of cytological specialization enables the cells to form the specific tissues and organs of the body. Over time, this pattern of differentiation, i.e. the distribution of the workload among the members of the community, became embedded in the genes of every cell… significantly increasing the organism’s efficiency and its ability to survive… The efficiency it offered enabled more cells to live on less… The amount of energy conserved…contributes to both an increased survival advantage and a better quality of life. [p40]

But today’s understanding of cooperation in nature goes much deeper than the easily observable ones. ‘Biologists are becoming increasingly aware that animals have coevolved, and continue to coexist with diverse assemblages of microorganisms that are required for normal health and development,’ according article in Science [Ruby, 2004] The study of these relationships is now a rapidly growing field called ‘Systems Biology.’ …Living organisms, it turns out, actually integrate their cellular communities by sharing their genes… Now scientists realize that genes are shared not only among the individual members of a species, but also among members of different species. The sharing of genetic information via gene transfer speeds up evolution since organisms can acquire ‘learned’ experience from other organisms. [p44] This sharing of information is…nature’s method of enhancing the survival of the biosphere… [and] Now that we are aware of this inter-and-intra-species gene transfer mechanism, the dangers of genetic engineering become apparent. [p45]

“ In reality, the idea that genes control biology is a supposition, which has never been proven and in fact has been undermined by the latest scientific research. Genetic control…has become a metaphor in our society. We want to believe that genetic engineers are the new medical magicians who can cure diseases and while they’re at it create more Einsteins and Mozarts as well. But metaphor does not equate with scientific truth. [H.F.] Nijhout (1992) summarizes the truth: ‘When a gene product is needed, a signal from its environment, not an emergent property of the gene itself, activates expression of that gene.’ In other words, when it comes to genetic control, ‘It’s the environment…’ [p52]…[and] it is the changing of the proteins’ electromagnetic charges that is responsible for their behavior-generating movement, not DNA. [p60]. Geneticists experienced a… shock when, contrary to their expectations of [finding] over 120,000 [human] genes, they found that the entire human genome consists of approximately 25,000 genes. More than eighty percent of the presumed and required DNA does not exist!… The one-gene, one-protein concept was a fundamental tenet of genetic determinism… No longer is it possible to believe that genetic engineers can with relative ease fix all our biological dilemnas. There are simply not enough genes to account for the complexity of human life or human disease. [p63]

“In the chromosome, the DNA forms the core and the [regulatory] proteins cover the DNA like a sleeve. When the genes are covered, their information cannot be ‘read.’  …How do you get that sleeve off? You need an environmental signal to spur the ‘sleeve’ protein to change shape, i.e. detach from the DNA’s double helix, allowing the gene to be read [and copied by the cell]… As a result, the activity of the gene is ‘controlled’ by the presence or absence of the ensleeving proteins which are in turn controlled by environmental signals. [p68] The story of epigenetic control is the story of how environmental signals control the activity of genes… The revised scheme of information flow…in biology starts with an environmental signal, then goes to a regulatory protein and only then goes to DNA, RNA, and the end result, a protein. The science of epigenetics has also made clear that there are two mechanisms by which organisms pass on hereditary information… Studies of protein synthesis reveal that epigenetic [tuning]‘dials’ can create 2,000 or more variations of proteins from the same gene blueprint. [p69]

“We now know that the environmentally influenced fine-tuning…can be passed from generation to generation. A landmark Duke University study published in the August 2003 issue of Molecular and Cellular Biology found that an enriched environment can even override genetic mutations in mice. In the study, scientists looked at the effect of dietary supplements on pregnant mice with the abnormal ‘agouti’ gene. Agouti mice have yellow coats and are extremely obese, which predisposes them to cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. In the experiment, one group of yellow, obese, agouti mothers received methyl-group rich supplements available in health food stores: folic acid, vitamin B12, betaine and choline. Methyl-rich supplements were chosen because a number of studies have shown that the methyl chemical group is involved with epigenetic modifications. When methyl groups attach to a gene’s DNA, it changes the binding characteristics of regulatory chromosomal proteins. If the proteins bind too tightly to the gene, the protein cannot be removed and the gene cannot be read. Methylating DNA can silence or modify gene activity… The mothers who got the methyl group supplements produced standard, lean, brown mice, even though their offspring had the same agouti gene as their mothers. The agouti mothers who didn’t get the supplements produced yellow pups…which ate much more [and] wound up weighing almost twice as much as their… counterparts… [and were] diabetic while its genetically identical counterpart is healthy. [p72]




“Living organisms are distinguished from non-living entities by the fact that they move: they are animated. The energy driving their movements is harnessed to do the ‘work’…such as respiration, digestion, and muscle contraction. To understand the nature of life one must first understand how protein ‘machines’ are empowered to move. The final shape, or conformation (the technical term used by biologists), of a protein molecule reflects a balanced state among its electromagnetic charges. However, if the proteins positive and negative charges are altered, the protein backbone will dynamically twist and adjust itself to accommodate the new distribution of charges. [Like charges, as in two negative terminals, will twist apart]. The distribution of electromagnetic charge within a protein can be selectively altered by a number of processes including: the binding of other molecules or chemical groups such as hormones; the enzymatic removal or addition of charged ions; or interference from electromagnetic fields such as those emanating from cell phones. [p56] [It] is the changing of the proteins’ electromagnetic charges that is responsible for their behavior-generating movement, not DNA. [p60]

“[My] nominee for the true brain that controls cellular life [is] the membrane… I refer to it in my lectures as the magical mem-Brain… The true secret of life lies in understanding the elegantly simple biological mechanisms of the magical membrane –the mechanisms by which your body translates environmental signals into behavior… Cell biologists gained insight into the amazing abilities of the cell membrane by studying the most primitive organisms on this planet, the prokaryotes… which include bacteria and other microbes [that] consist only of a cell membrane that envelops a droplet of soupy cytoplasm… A bacterium carries out the basic physiologic processes of life like more complicated cells… They can sense where there is food… they can recognize toxins and predators and purposely employ escape maneuvers to save their lives. In other words, prokaryotes display intelligence! [p76]

“It is important for the cell to allow molecules to break through the [membrane] barrier..[for] life-sustaining food…[and] information… [The] membrane becomes a vital and ingenious mechanism enabling selected nutrients to penetrate the interior of the cell… Phospholipids, one of the two major chemical components of the membrane…are composed of both polar and non-polar molecules…. All the molecules in our universe can be divided into non-polar and polar categories based on the type of chemical bonds that hold their atoms together. The bonds among [electrically charged] polar molecules…behave like magnets, attracting or repelling other charged molecules. Polar molecules include water and things that dissolve in water [hydrophiles]. Non-polar molecules include oil and substances that dissolve in oil [hydrophobes]… The phosphate portion of the molecule is motivated to seek water, while its lipid portion…seeks stability by dissolving in oil. [p80]…Because the [oil] portion of the membrane is non-polar, it does not let positively or negatively charged atoms or molecules pass through it. In effect, this lipid core is an electrical insulator…[but..]Most of the cell’s nutrients consist of charged polar molecules that would not be able to get past the formidable non-polar lipid barrier. Neither could the cell excrete its polarized waste products.  [Embedded membrane proteins, called]Integral Membrane Proteins (IMPs),…are composed of a linear backbone assembled from linked amino acids…[where] some are water-loving polar molecules and some are hydrophobic, non-polar molecules…that weaves itself in and out of the [membrane layer]. There are lots of IMPs with lots of different names, but they can be subdivided into two functional classes: receptor proteins and effector proteins… Receptors function as molecular ‘nano-antennas’ tuned to respond to specific environmental signals. Some receptors extend inward…to monitor the internal milieu of the cell. Other[s]…monitor external signals… Receptor ‘antennas’ can also read vibrational energy fields such as light, sound, and radio frequencies. The antennas on these ‘energy’ receptors vibrate like tuning forks. If an energy vibration in the environment resonates with a receptor’s antenna, it will alter the protein’s charge, causing the receptor to change shape.[p83]. [And] because receptors can read energy fields, the notion that only physical molecules can impact cell physiology is outmoded. Biological behavior can be controlled by invisible forces, including thought, as well as it can be controlled by physical molecules like penicillin, a fact that provides the scientific underpinning for pharmaceutical-free energy medicine. [p84]

“When you destroy its membrane, the cell dies just as you would if your brain were removed. Even if you leave the membrane intact, destroying only its receptor proteins, which can easily be done with digestive enzymes in the lab, the cell becomes ‘brain-dead.’ It is comatose because it no longer receives the environmental signals necessary for the operation of the cell. The cell also becomes comatose when the receptor proteins are left intact and its effector proteins are immobilized. To exhibit ‘intelligent’ behavior, cells need a functioning membrane with both receptor (awareness) and effector (action) proteins. These protein complexes are the fundamental units of cellular intelligence. Technically they may be referred to as units of ‘perception.’ …At the cellular level, the story of evolution is largely the story of maximizing the number of basic units of ‘intelligence,’ the membrane’s receptor/effector  proteins. Cells  become smarter by utilizing their outer membrane surface more efficiently and by expanding the surface that more IMPs could be packed in… the eukaryote is thousands of times bigger than the prokaryote resulting in a tremendous increase in membrane surface area… The end result is more awareness, which translates to greater survivability. [p88]

“In 1985…I was reviewing the mechanics of the membrane trying to get a grasp of how it worked as an information processing system. That is when I experienced a moment of insight…[starting] first with the lollipop-like phospholipid molecules…arranged in the membrane like regimented soldiers on parade in perfect alignment. By definition, a structure whose molecules are arranged in regular, repeated pattern is defined as a crystal. There are two fundamental types of crystals. The crystals that most people are familiar with are hard and resilient minerals… The second kind of crystal has a more fluid structure…Familiar examples of liquid crystals include digital watch faces and laptop computer screens. To better understand the nature of a liquid crystal, let’s go back to those soldiers on parade. When the marching soldiers turn a corner, they maintain their regimented structure… They’re behaving like a flowing liquid, yet they do not lose their crystalline organization. The phospholipid molecules of the membrane behave in a similar fashion. Their fluid crystalline organization allows the membrane to dynamically alter its shape while maintaining its integrity…So in defining this character of the membrane I wrote: ‘The membrane is a liquid crystal.’ Then I started thinking about…a membrane with just phospholipids…[being] a non-conductor. However, when you add IMPs [integral membrane proteins], you realize that the membrane conducts some things across while keeping others out. So I [wrote]…’The membrane is a semiconductor.’  Lastly, I wanted to include…the two most common kinds of IMPs. These are the receptors and a class of effectors called channels because they [change shape and] provide the all-important means for the cell to let in nutrients and let out waste matter. I was about to write..’recptors and channels’ when I realized that a synonym for receptor is the word gate. So instead I completed my description by writing: ‘The membrane contains gates and channels.’ [p90] What hit me right away was… my new computer [with] a copy of a bright red book called ‘Understanding Your Microprocessor’… I grabbed the book and found..a definition of a computer chip that read: ‘A chip is a crystal semiconductor with gates and channels.’…I spent several more intense seconds comparing… biomembranes with silicon semiconductors… when I realized that the identical nature of their definitions… Twelve years later an Australian research consortium…published an article in Nature, which confirmed my hypothesis that the cell membrane is a homologue of a computer chip. [B.A.Cornell, et al. 1997] Cornell and associates successfully turned a biological cell membrane into a digital-readout computer chip. [p91] …The fact that the cell membrane and a computer chip are homologues means that it is both appropriate and instructive to better fathom the workings of a cell by comparing it to a personal computer. The first big-deal insight that comes from such an exercise is that computers and cells are programmable…[and] the programmer lies outside the computer/cell…[It was with a jolt that I realized that the gene-coding nucleus does not program the cell. [p92]



“[B]ecause of their Newtonian, materialistic bias, conventional researchers have completely ignored the role that energy plays in health and disease. [p102] Biomedical scientists have been particularly confounded because they do not recognize the massive complexity of the intercommunication among the physical parts and the energy fields that make up the whole… Cellular contsituents are woven into a complex web of crosstalk, feeback and feedforward communication loops. A biological dysfunction may arise from a miscommunication along any of the routes of information flow… Once I realized the nature of the complex interactions between matter and energy, I knew that a reductionist, linear (A>B>C>D>E) approach could not even come close to giving us accurate understanding of disease. [p103] When you change the parameters of a protein at one point in such a complex pathway, you inevitably alter the parameters of other proteins at innumerable points within the entangled networks. [p104] When a drug is introduced into the body to treat a malfunction in one protein, that drug inevitably interacts with at least one and possibly many other proteins… [There is] the fact that biological systems are redundant. The same signals or protein molecules [p105] may be simultaneously used in different organs and tissues where they provide for completely different behavioral functions. For example, when a drug is prescribed to correct a dysfunction in a signaling pathway of the heart, that drug is delivered by the blood to the entire body. This ‘cardiac’ medicine can unintentionally disturb the function of the nervous system if the brain also uses components of the targeted signaling pathway…. Multicellular organisms survive with far fewer genes than scientists once thought because the same gene products (protein) are used for a variety of functions. [p106]

“ Hundreds upon hundreds of scientific studies over the last fifty years have consistently revealed that ‘invisible forces’ of the electromagnetic spectrum profoundly impact every facet of biological regulation… [E]nergetic signaling mechanisms such as electromagnetic frequencies are a hundred times more efficient in relaying environmental information than physical signals such as hormones, neurotransmitters, growth factors, etc.[p111] We know that living organisms must receive and interpret environmental signals in order to stay alive. In fact, survival is directly related to the speed and efficiency of signal transfer. The speed of electromagnetic energy signals is 186,000 miles per second, while the speed of a diffusible chemical is considerably less than 1 centimeter per second. Energy signals are 100 times more efficient and infinitely faster than physical chemical signaling. What kind of signaling would your trillion-celled community prefer? Do the math!

…”all organisms, including humans, communicate and read their environment by evaluating energy fields. [p120] The research I discussed…found that energy is a more efficient means of effecting matter than chemicals. [p125] Candace Pert was studying the human brain… In Molecules of Emotion,  Pert revealed how her study of information-processing receptors on nerve cell membranes led her to discover that the same ‘neural’ receptors were present on most, if not all, of the body’s cells. Her elegant experiments established that the ‘mind’ was not focused in the head, but was distributed via signal molecules to the whole body. [p132]

“Humans and a number of other higher mammals have evolved a specialized region of the brain associated with thinking, planning, and decision-making called the prefrontal cortex. This portion of the fore-brain is apparently the seat of the ‘self-conscious’ mind processing…it is a newly evolved ‘sense organ’ that observes our own behavior and emotions. [It] also has access to most of the data stored in our long-term memory bank [including cells]… Endowed with the ability to be self-reflective, the self-conscious mind is extremely powerful… We can actively choose how to respond to most envorinmental signals and whether we even want to respond at all. The conscious mind’s capacity to override the sunconscious mind’s preprogrammed behaviors is the foundation of free will. [p134]

“I was excited by my experiments because I believed that they revealed on the single-cell level a truth for multicellular organisms—that the mind (i.e. acting via the central nervous system’s adrenaline) overrides the body (acting via the local histamine signal). I wanted to spell out the implications…in my research paper, but my colleagues almost died from apoplexy at the notion of [a] body-mind connection into a paper about cell biology… because the mind is not an acceptable biological concept. Bioscientists are conventional Newtonians –if it isn’t matter…it doesn’t count. The ‘mind’ is a non-localized energy and therefore is not relevant to materialistic biology. [p137] The placebo effect should be the subject of major, funded research efforts. If medical researchers could figure out how to leverage the placebo effect, they would hand doctors an efficient, energy-based, side effect-free tool to treat disease… The fact that most doctors are not trained to consider the impact of the placebo effect is ironic because some historians make a strong case that the history of medicine is largely the history of the placebo effect… [p138] [including] ‘fake’ surgery. [p139]



“In multicellular organisms, growth/protection behaviors are controlled by the nervous system. It is the nervous system’s job to monitor environmental signals, interpret them, and organize appropriate behavioral responses… the nervous system acts like the government in organizing the activities of its cellular citizens… The body is actually endowed with two separate protection systems, each vital to the maintenance of life. The first…mobilizes protection against external threats. It is called the HPA axis which stands for the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis. [p147] When there are no threats, the HPA axis is inactive and growth [cell renewal, respiration, digestion, etc.] flourishes… Once the adrenal alarm is sounded… [the] visceral organs stop doing their life-sustaining work of digestion, absorption, excretion and…production of the body’s energy reserves. Hence the stress response inhibits growth processes and further compromises the body’s survival by interfering with the generation of vital energy reserves. [p148]

“ The body’s second protection system is the immune system which protects us from threats originating under the skin such as those caused by bacteria and viruses… it can consume much of the body’s energy supply. [p149] The HPA system is a brilliant mechanism for handling acute stresses. However…not designed to be continuously activated.[p151] The HPA axis’ effect on the cellular community mirrors the effect of stress on a human population. [p153] [It shifts] the members of the community from a state of growth to a state of protection. [p154] …[S]tress hormones are so effective at curtailing immune system function that doctors provide them to recipients of transplants so that their immune systems wouldn’t reject the foreign tissues…. Activating the HPA axis also interferes with our ability to think clearly… Adrenal stress hormones constrict the blood vessels in the forebrain…[and] repress activity in the…prefrontal cortex…the center of conscious volitional activity… and reasoning. [p150]

“Inhibiting growth processes [which includes natural immunity] is also debilitating in that growth…is required to produce energy. Consequently, a sustained protection response inhibits the creation of life-sustaining energy. The longer you stay in protection, the more you compromise your growth…To fully thrive, we must not only eliminate the stressors but also actively seek joyful, loving, fulfilling lives that stimulate growth processes.” [p147] Biology of Belief, by Bruce H. Lipton, PhD

………………………………give you some love…………………………..





May 7, 2020

COVID: X-Files Moment

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1998 –flash to the first X-Files movie ‘Fight the Future’: The character Kurzweill is disclosing ‘the secret’ to Agent Mulder in a dark alley. “…According to the newspaper FEMA was called out to manage an outbreak of the [blank]virus. Are you familiar with what the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s real power is? FEMA allows the White House to suspend constitutional government upon declaration of a national emergency. Think about that.  What is an agency with such broad, sweeping power doing managing a small viral outbreak in [blankety-town]…. We have no context for what killed those [people] or any appreciation for the scale of which it will be released in the future. (Mulder: ‘A plague?’) ‘Play-dead’ or plague –a silent weapon for a quiet war; the systematic release of an indiscriminate organism for which the men who will bring it on still have no cure.  They’ve been working on this for fifty years while the rest of the world has been fighting… these men have been secretly negotiating a planned Armageddon… The timetable has been set… the President will declare a state of emergency at which time all government, all federal agencies will come under the power of the Federal Emergency Management Agency –FEMA!  The secret government.”


I live in a very small town with more cows than people. There are no COVID cases here. A bigger small town ‘next door’ supplies all the services, hospital, and a daily newspaper –they’ve got cases, so many in fact, residents are disheartened, perplexed, and donning their PPE. The rising case count is in the daily paper. But it wasn’t like that in mid-April when I noticed something else in the paper. The ‘police log’, which is usually trivial, repetitive, and dumb,  actually caught my eye: a caller notified the sheriffs that unmarked white vans were ‘lurking’ in the neighborhood. The paper responded, “the vans are marked. It’s FEMA.”—ooh.  Two weeks later ‘we’ became a hotspot. Now even cow town made it on the color map with “five or less cases” so that every town appears to have COVID, but the cases here are still ZERO.

NPR says we’re using the motto “America Strong” again. Here’s a few anagrams using all letters once:

‘Trans crime a Go’

‘Acer GMO strain’

‘storming a race’

‘gin a race storm’

’C’ a Mr. T ‘Rage On’

‘gnostic arm era’

‘R’ magic on tears

’c’–  o’ –I’m a stranger’

….yeah, okay ‘nuff….weird. whewff. X-Files.




Power Outed: Distancing and Shielding



In 1993 Paul Brodeur, longtime journalist and writer for the New Yorker, published “The Great Power-Line Cover-Up” to expose the experiences of Americans confronting their public health officials  over the hazards of 60Hz EMF transmission. Mr. Brodeur wrote no less than five books on the general subject –two of which I have on my shelves, the one above and “The Zapping of America.” Cancer clusters occurring in substation neighborhoods and elementary schools, especially,  motivated residents to appeal for investigative inquiries to their local governments. They soon found themselves stonewalled in lock-step at every level of government, literally battling for their lives, even though “By..1990…there was a substantial body of medical and scientific evidence to show that exposure to the magnetic fields given off by power lines presented an extraordinary health hazard. The danger posed by substations and nearby high-current feeder lines appeared to be particularly acute.” –p80, The Great Power-Line Cover-Up.

Burying power lines is not enough –according to the book, they must be suspended in oil gel solution inside pipes to safely cancel the hazardous emissions, a lot like the neural net in your brain where fatty myelin carries the energy. Uninsulated buried lines were noted to add to the exposure matrix, being an additional hidden danger.  And then there’s the rest of the gear –and nothing from this timeframe [1990-1994] , the upper limit of Brodeur’s book, deals with cell towers, smart meters, the mass of emergency network repeaters installed post-9/11, 5G and beyond. Today, you need your own PPE for PPE: Personal Protective Equipment for Pervasive Power Emissions.


TRY THIS AT HOME –It’s cheap, quick, cuts down personal exposure, and might even be fun. YOU NEED a roll of aluminum fly screen, a staple gun or tacks, pair of cutters, and frames. Frames can be folding screens, large picture frames or hinged panels of any kind like art canvas linked together, which comes in all sizes. Just cut and staple the fly screen onto the back of your frames and you have portable personal RF shielding, no grounding needed. Screen a large ‘picture’ on the indoor side of an outdoor meter, or use a larger folding screen in a room that faces your neighbor’s smart meter. If your frame has a blank front, like art canvas, ask the kids to make a painting or collage –a theme maybe, like “what we did on our COVID vacation.” When the U.S. government finally confirmed after many years that the embassy in Moscow was being irradiated with microwaves, they put up metal flyscreen –just the windows—and it worked (for the big windows) sufficient to reduce illness of the staff. I’ve tested this with meters and it works. Importantly, move any electric gadgets at least six feet from your bed –I used to keep a small plug-in digital alarm clock next to my bed, thinking it safe, until I metered it and found out, surprise, it was the dirtiest electric thing in the room. Six feet away was okay but I replaced it with a simple standard face battery clock that emits no signal. Whatever lightens the load. This is a battle for your mind.


“[A] 1989 study that had been prepared by eight major utilities in New York State, and coordinated through the Empire State Electric Energy Research Corporation… showed that when a three-hundred-and-forty-five thousand [345,000]-volt transmission line is placed in steel pipe filled with oil and buried at a depth of five feet, the strength of the magnetic field measured one meter above the ground over the pipe is only about one milligauss during normal current flow, as compared with magnetic-field strengths as high as sixty milligauss… at the edge of a one-hundred foot right-of-way for an overhead [of the same voltage].”  -p115, The Great Power-Line Cover-Up, by Paul Brodeur, 1993

“In 1964, a Soviet investigator named Yuri Alexandrei Kholodov had reported that exposure to strong magnetic fields produced areas of cell death in the brains of rabbits. Shortly thereafter, other Soviet scientists reported that workers in high-voltage switchyards were experiencing fatigue, drowsiness, headaches, and other symptoms of central-nervous-system distress. During the 1970s, Dr. W. Ross Adey, a neurological scientist who was then the director of the Space Biology Laboratory at the Brain Research Institute of [UCLA], conducted a series of experiments demonstrating that weak electromagnetic fields oscillating at extra-low-frequencies could significantly alter the chemistry of the cerebral tissue of chickens and…cats. During the 1980s, Adey, [as] associate chief of staff for research…[at] Memorial Veterans Hospital in Loma Linda…demonstrated that electromagnetic fields pulsed at the electrical-distribution-system frequency of sixty hertz could inhibit the ability of cultured T-lymphocyte cells from mice to kill cultured cancer cells—a result suggesting that these fields might be acting as cancer promoters by suppressing the immune system.” [p84-85, ibid.]

“[In] 1973 the members of a seven-scientist committee convened by the United States Navy had found the results of several Navy-financed studies of the biological effects of extra-low-frequency [ELF] electromagnetic fields in human beings and animals so disturbing that they had recommended unanimously that the Navy (which suppressed their recommendation) warn a presidential advisory panel of possible danger ‘to the large population at risk in the United States who are exposed to 60 hz fields from power lines and other 60hz sources.’ “ [p24, ibid.]

“[In] 1983…[at] the University of Umea in Sweden [scientists] reported…a significant increase in congenital anomalies among the children of men who worked in high-voltage switchyards… [W]orkers in Sweden indicated that chromosome breaks and aberrant cells are…more common among these workers…[and] that such effects might be caused by exposure to the electrical pulses (spark discharges) that are given off by transformers and other equipment in substations, rather than to the sixty-herz…fields.” [p86, ibid.]

“[In] 1987 [two New York scientists] demonstrated that weak, pulsed sixty-herz electric and magnetic fields similar to…power lines may trigger …cancer by altering RNA transcription…to increase the production of proteins…found in tumor cells.” [p85, ibid.]

“The response of the federal government …[was] budget cuts imposed by the Reagan[Bush] Administration [on] a promising…investigation…under way for ten years at the [EPA] Health Effects Research Laboratory…Triangle Park, North Carolina…[which] was shut down in 1986. Since that time, almost no funding had been made available by the EPA for research in this area, and federal government involvement had been limited to a modest research program financed by the Department of Energy, which (as could be seen from its gross mismanagement of the nuclear plants under its jurisdiction) had shown little interest in protecting the public health”. [p88, ibid.]


—DoE and NIH, together, funded The Human Genome Project, incidental to DoE funding of major school lunch programs. And notably, the origin of the 2009 H1N1 swine flu pandemic documents 3 child ‘index’ patients from U.S. Navy-run clinics at the U.S.-Mexico border.





May 5, 2020

COVID: Going to the Dogs



Pet dogs, pet cats, lions and tigers at the zoo—all testing positive for SARS-CoV-2. Wuhan reported that 15% of the housecats tested were positive for COVID-19 antibodies, but no case of illness was reported in Chinese kitty-cats. The first COVID-19 dog case in China, a 17-yr-old Pomeranian, was held in quarantine longer than its CoV-positive owner, and died 2 days after being released, at which time it was negative, never having shown any symptoms. The second COVID-positive dog in China, a pet German shepherd, showed no signs or symptoms and was still remanded to quarantine. The United States, however, is reporting illness; the first U.S. dog case is a pug named Winston who developed a cough –and he’s doing fine now. His owners are a COVID-positive family of three with other pets, and part of the medical community in North Carolina.


Five tigers and three lions at the Bronx Zoo are all presumed to have contracted COVID-19 from a single human handler. But this is where the story gets interesting because zoo animals have been subject to long-term observation with scientific analyses –a situation reviewed in my current ‘go-to’ resource for electrosensitivity diseases—The Invisible Rainbow.  The startling awareness at the moment is that Arthur Firstenberg’s 2017 book is a virtual guide to the COVID pandemic.


Hang on, because this is an intricate endeavor. I don’t want to bombard you with technicalities as I go through a COVID series of posts. The epidemiology and ‘underlying condition’ causes are essential to know and what it’s all about, including the social, cultural, unconstitutional and likewise. The genetic, biomedical, and biotechnology information about coronavirus and its sequelae correlates in full.  At the same time, on the technical front, I’m just a few steps ahead of my posts in this maze – a-maze-ing. Yeah. That said, Mr. Firstenberg, no doubt a principled 4-year medical student, vegetarian, and activist who dedicated his book to a beloved friend beset with porphyria, has filled a void left derelict by our public health policy professionals. I bought Firstenberg’s book in the first place to help me fill out the composited health effects in my research on influenza and polio, diseases of radiation exposure –he doesn’t at all deal with polio, nuclear industry, or radioactive materials and fallout. Rather sticking scrupulously to electrification and microwaves as we know them, The Invisible Rainbow drops you right in the memory hole.  A memory hole, a very old expression coined from the native Americans, is not where information goes to die of neglect, but where it goes to be found and cherished.

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*It’s all happening at the Zoo.*

In chapter 11, “Irritable Heart”, Arthur Firstenberg writes, “Whatever environmental factor was affecting human beings in America during the 1930s and 1940s was also affecting all the animals in the Philadelphia Zoo. The Laboratory of Comparative Pathology was a unique facility founded at the zoo in 1901. And from 1916 to 1964 [they] kept complete records of autopsies performed on over thirteen thousand animals that had died in the zoo. During this period, arteriosclerosis increased an astonishing ten-to-twenty-fold among all species of mammals and birds. In 1923, [Herbert] Fox had written that such lesions were ‘exceedingly rare,’ occurring in less than two percent of animals as a…finding at autopsy. The incidence rose rapidly during the 1930s, and by the 1950s arteriosclerosis was not only occurring in young animals, but was often the cause of their death… Coronary heart disease appeared even more suddenly. In fact. Before 1945 the disease did not exist at the zoo. And the first heart attacks ever recorded in zoo animals occurred ten years later, in 1955… [By] 1963, over 90 percent of all mammals and 72 percent of all birds that died in the zoo had coronary disease, while 24 percent of the mammals and 10 percent of the birds had had heart attacks. And the majority of heart attacks were occurring in young animals in the first half of their expected life spans… Diet had nothing to do with these changes… [D]iets were the same at all times between 1935 and 1964… [T]housands of miles away, researchers were finding arteriosclerosis in 22 percent of the animals in the London Zoo in 1960, and a similar number in the Zoo of Antwerp Belgium in 1962. The element that increased most spectacularly in the environment during the 1950s when coronary disease was exploding among humans and animals was radio frequency (RF) radiation.” –pp171-172, The Invisible Rainbow

“Trained as a biologist, Allan H. Frey became interested in microwave research in 1960 by following his curiosity… He left his job at General Electric and began doing full-time research into the biological effects of microwave radiation. In 1961, he published his first paper on ‘microwave hearing’ [which Frey himself could hear]… He spent the next two decades experimenting on animals…to clarify [RF] effects on the auditory system, the eyes, the brain, the nervous system, and the heart. He discovered the blood-brain barrier effect, an alarming damage to the protective shield that keeps bacteria, viruses, and toxic chemicals out of the brain –damage that occurs at levels of radiation that are much lower than what is emitted by cells phones today… The effects Frey demonstrated occur because the heart is an electrical organ and microwave pulses interfere with the heart’s pacemaker. But in addition to these direct effects, there is a more basic problem: microwave radiation, and electricity in general, starves the heart of oxygen because of effects at the cellular level.” –pp176-177, ibid. “The fundamental defect…is that although enough oxygen and nutrients reach the cells, the mitochondria –the powerhouse of the cells—cannot efficiently use that oxygen and those nutrients, and not enough energy is produced to satisfy the requirements of heart, brain, muscles, and organs. This effectively starves the entire body, including the heart, of oxygen, and can eventually damage the heart.” –p187, ibid.

–oxidative stress, a cause in AIDS we learn from Dr. Nancy Banks’ book AIDS, Opium, Diamonds, and Empire


Because of homology across species and ‘receptors,’ we sink or swim, crawl, leap and fly together. One Medicine. One World. “One level of Health for all…” (NIH lobbyist Florence S. Mahoney)

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The Chapel Hill, North Carolina family, owners of Winston the pug, are enrolled in a special study called MESSI –for Molecular and Epidemiological Study of Suspected Infection –messy, got it?—a DoD-funded project headed by Dr. Christopher W. Woods. “Woods is a principal investigator [PI] in a $3.8 million DARPA project to help develop genetic test[s] for exposure to weapons of mass destruction.”

 “His research focuses on the development of novel diagnostic approaches to infectious disease and the potential for interspecies transmission of pathogens. His genomic approach to harnessing the host response for diagnosis of infectious diseases has been called a paradigm shift in the field. Dr. Woods is a partner in the Southeastern Center for Emerging Biological Threats, core PI of the Southeastern Research Center for Excellence on Emerging Infections and Biodefense, and a leader in the NIH-funded Vaccine and Therapeutics Evaluation Unit at Duke.”

If you are COVID positive, have a pet, and would like to enroll in a study, there are multiple “One Health” initiatives underway. University of Washington One Health Research asks not to include birds or reptiles, and if you have one, no pangolins.


“Pangolin CoV and one type of bat CoV are likely to be able to use both human and other animal ACE2 to gain entry into the host cells. Moreover, the SARS-CoV-2 virus can bind to multiple animal ACE2s even if the furin cleavage site is deleted. Thus, many of these wild animals can be natural hosts or intermediate hosts for the novel coronavirus and its progenitor.”



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