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SHARE Wednesday, November 4, 2009 Swine Flu Madness
The November issue of the magazine The Atlantic shoots down the myth that flu vaccines are effective in preventing the flu. The researchers interviewed explain how the myth is based on flawed cohort studies which are extremely susceptible to bias. Circular reasoning is used by vaccine proponents to argue against randomized placebo-controlled trial studies which are the only way to conclusively prove that flu vaccines work.
(3 comments) SHARE Thursday, June 11, 2009 9/11 Truth Common Ground
For the 9/11 truth movement to be an effective force we must resist efforts to splinter us into dissenting factions. This effort, known as divide and conquer, has been used by tyrants since time immemorial. Only through effective communication and co-operation can we quickly and efficiently realize our goal of a competent investigation of what happened on 9-11, 2001.