Friday, December 30, 2016

This is Why

Because if they shut down PubMed
I will not be able to speak for myself.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

End of the Year

I usually put up a lot of posts, but I am just not up to it.   I am ignoring the world and obsessing on home remodeling instead.

Zombies of the Year: Gina and Christina. Shining lights in the darkness.
( I love you guys, but I refuse to ever go back to Orlando again.   Never.   Hate that place.  Ha.)

Maniac of the Year: Mr. T.
Hands down. Second year in a row.  Legendary levels of pathology.

Researcher of the Year:  Lars Andersson
Who has done math for a few years and found data that indicates that the Pandemrix vaccine also increases Type 1 diabetes incidence in children. Yep.

I am exhausted by the cognitive dissonance. All I see is illness induced outrage.
I cannot listen to news anymore, and am now even more isolated than I was before.

If humanity and democracy survive, someday it will be taught in history classes that bacteria played a YUGE role in making 2016 the global nightmare that it was.

Do what you can to make it better.
I will try to help you.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Oh the Humanity

No Doctor Should Work 30 Straight Hours Without Sleep
The American medical system requires dangerous feats of sleep deprivation.

Evidence of the Superiority of Female Doctors
New research estimates that if all physicians were female, 32,000 fewer Americans would die every year.

How the Drunken Monkey Hypothesis Explains Our Taste for Liquor
Early apes’ ability to metabolize alcohol increased about 20-fold due to a single-point mutation in their genes.

Tweet with flashing images sent to epileptic writer
Vanity Fair and Newsweek writer Kurt Eichenwald has claimed he suffered an epileptic seizure after receiving a malicious tweet containing flashing images.

Alabama inmate kills self after mental health testimony
An Alabama inmate found dead in his cell apparently killed himself just weeks after testifying in a trial accusing the state of denying proper mental health care to prisoners, officials said Tuesday.
The Department of Corrections said Jamie Wallace, 24, was found dead in an apparent suicide five days earlier. He was found hanged in his cell at the Bullock County prison, about 45 miles southeast of Montgomery.
On Dec. 5, at the opening of a federal trial over mental health treatment in state prisons, Wallace described having multiple psychiatric disorders and claimed a prison officer once offered him a razor to use to kill himself. He also testified he had tried to hang himself at least once before.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

For the Record

I cheated.
The election tweaked my brain so hard I ate gluten and drank alcohol over Thanksgiving.
And it didn't help at all.

I didn't have the ordinary gut and sleep reaction, though.  Noooooo-  I was way too wired for that.
Not even a screaming episode afterwards.

But my skin freaked out.   Holy Dehydrathion Batman.   Instant Atopic Dermatitis.
I have been itching ever since.   My skin just crisped and cracked everywhere.   I can't stand my clothes.   Collars are impossible.  This is crazymaking...

Yeah, this is the big lesson of this adventure:
If it ain't one thing, it's another. 

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Yo Laura

I know you think I'm crazy, but the reason your son is depressed and obsessed is because he works in a freakin Jiffy Lube!

You gave him your lung infection and now he's breathing toxic fumes all day.
-Breathing Aryl-Hydrocarbons (petroleum fumes) reduces the immune response to lung infection, insuring it will become chronic.
-And the iron in exhaust triggers endotoxemia and psychosis.
I'm not crazy and neither is he.  Your once cheerful boy is sick and being poisoned and needs to quit his job before he gets worse.

/end rant.

The Brilliance of the Cognitively Impaired

It's just fascinating how really sick narcos can come up with complicated excuses to continue the status quo.
One of the most common arguments comes from people who have had their orexin levels tested and show no measurable levels.   They claim there isn't any reason for them to restrict their diets because they won't produce more orexin anyway.

Yeah, not so much.

1, You probably do still have viable cells, and will produce more orexin if you don't suppress them via diet.   Please read my post on The Finer Points of Progressive Cell Loss

2. If you truly don't produce any orexin, that really messes up your glucose and insulin regulation- and that makes you tired and fat- so you should eat clean anyway to compensate for that effect.

3. Your pathology is showing.  Welcome to the club.  This is a Symptom. We'll come up with any reason to keep eating carbs.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016


Study shows fasting kills cancer cells of common childhood leukemia
UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have found that intermittent fasting inhibits the development and progression of the most common type of childhood leukemia.

How hearing loss can change the way nerve cells are wired

Oh Holy Hell.    This is why I could not think when my ears were ringing.   Why my sense of direction just disappeared...

Time-Travel Therapy
Can a faux 1950s downtown sharpen the minds of dementia patients?
Not unless it actually takes them back to a time before their doctors gave them antibiotics...

Monday, December 12, 2016

Checking In

Sorry I have been slacking off on the blog.  We bought a property and it is going to close before Christmas.  Got kind of busy around here all of a sudden... I will try to get to the Alzheimer's paper soon, but there will probably be light posting the next few weeks.

Why Violence Against Nurses Has Spiked in the Last Decade
Hospital patients are attacking staff at an alarming rate, and there are no federal regulations requiring employers to provide any protection.

Gridlock Guy: Drowsy driving can be as dangerous as drunk driving

Lung function decline accelerates in menopausal women

A Mummy's DNA May Help Solve The Mystery Of The Origins Of Smallpox

Holy Toledo!

Parkinson’s disease may start in the gut and travel to the brain

Yep, it's triggered by intestinal permeability and endotoxin  too.
Exposure to endotoxin generates a distinct, clumpy form of  α-synuclein fibril.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Some for You

While I write up a new Alzheimer's hypothesis.   I knew the old one was wrong the moment I published it...

Sugar And Your Health: How The Sugar Industry Influenced Scientific Research
They  made you think eating fat makes you fat.

Pasteurised intestinal bacterium reduces effects of obesity and diabetes
Thanks Finland!

Aspirin regimen for older adults has long-term benefits
Aspirin is anti-microbial.   Salicylates improve your mucous membranes' infection fighting abilities.

Zika in fetal brain tissue responds to a popular antibiotic
The scientists screened 2,177 FDA-approved drugs for their ability to block Zika infection of brain cells cultured in the lab, and identified several that did, including azithromycin, a widely used antibiotic.

If high-school kids in Australia can replicate a $750 drug for $2, why is it still so expensive to buy?
For the record, Martin Shkreli did not research or develop a damn thing.  He's a soulless vampire.

Thursday, December 1, 2016


Gram-negative bacteria may influence Alzheimer's disease pathology
For the first time, researchers have found higher levels of Gram-negative bacteria antigens in brain samples from late-onset Alzheimer's disease patients. Compared to controls, patients with Alzheimer's had much higher levels of lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and E coli K99 pili protein. In addition, The UC Davis team also found LPS molecules congregated with amyloid plaques, which have been linked to Alzheimer's pathology and progression.