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6 months ago

The “Vaccine” and our Basic Human Rights

Randall Burns ·    Note; This article originally published here on Jan. 15, 2021 · This post has taken longer for me to write and publish than anything else I have ever written. I attribute this to 2 factors; · 1 – The explosion of information that is now coming out is overwhelming, I have been ...

6 months ago

“Has the world gone absolutely stark raving mad???! (or is it just ME?)"​- Part 2

Randall Burns · Note; This article originally published here on Dec. 5, 2020 · Well it has been a furious journey of studying, researching, and “cramming”, (more than I’ve ever done for any final exam while I was still going to school, seriously), since I posted my first article on SARS-CoV-2, w ...

11 months ago

A Solution for the “Pandemic Crisis”

Randall Burns · I want to assure you here, at the outset that I’m not being flippant, funny, nor disrespectful. I’m hard pressed to remember the last time that I was this serious, or passionate about a topic but I truly believe that we, as a society and individually, are suffering greatly, and I ...

1 year ago

Introduce the Right Hand to the Left: 10 Lessons in Customer Service

Jim Taggart · Our changing business landscape that is being driven by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic is rapidly placing more and more companies under extreme pressure. Depending on the sector, many won’t survive. All of this is happening on top of the pre-pandemic growth in on-line retail, which has ...

1 year ago

In the time of Covid...

Graham🐝 Edwards · As I reflect on the spectrum of people that can offer a perspective on Covid 19 I can’t help but think of it in terms of a “drunk old guy at the end of the bar with an opinion” as being a one and Dr Howard Njoo, the deputy public health officer of Canada, as a ten — so with humbl ...

1 year ago

The Need for a Social Contract during SARS-CoV-2

Jim Taggart · It’s generally well accepted that the key reason why Great Britain prevailed during World War Two was because of how its citizens came together during the eight month Blitz which started on September 7, 1940. Of course, Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s extraordinary leadership ...

1 year ago

Myths about COVID 2

Royce Shook · This was published in Medical News Today. All data and statistics are based on publicly available data at the time of publication. Some information may be out of date. · Myth 3: Vitamin C can fight SARS-CoV-2 · Vitamin C is another essential nutrient that has received a lot of ...

1 year ago

Myths about COVID

Royce Shook · This was published in Medical News Today June 20, 2020. All data and statistics are based on publicly available data at the time of publication. Some information may be out of date.  · Even before the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the new coronavirus outbreak a “pandem ...

1 year ago

When Incremental Leadership Fails to Contain a Pandemic

Jim Taggart · Dr. Li Wenliang was born on October 12, 1986, in Beizhen, China. He died on February 7, 2020, in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province. He was 33 years old. He died unnecessarily. · An ophthalmologist, Dr. Li sent an urgent message in late December to his peers about his growing c ...

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