Measles, Before the Vaccine Industry

Measles, Before the Vaccine Industry

What was Measles Like Before Big Business Bought it? Ask Fred Flintstone! |

A.w.N. | Ever wonder how measles was viewed before the vaccine industry took hold of the public discussion? There is a historical trend of misinformation that is led by those with economic interest in a line of thought. By reiterating that line of thought for long enough everyone comes to believe it, since the voices of opposition give up far quicker; fighting an uphill battle, with no economic reward, one must be steadfast forever while more and more are taken into a model of propaganda as the propaganda provides funds, incentivising continued lies. Historical relics remain, but the primary documents fall out of view and new truths exist, anyone who questions them is labeled and disregarded. It is dangerous to take a time, corporation, or figure, at its word, we must consider all options.

Here in this video we see regular American TV shows from long ago treating measles like a common cold. Donna Reed; Brady Bunch; The Flintstones

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Offshore Wind Power Roadmap For New York Developed | Key Steps To Reduce Costs Identified |

Offshore Wind Power Roadmap For New York Developed | Key Steps To Reduce Costs Identified |

Key Steps To Reduce Costs Identified |

...One of the key conclusions of the new report is that support of offshore wind energy development at scale, rather than on a project-by-project basis, would have the greatest effect on costs amongst the economical options. 

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Sławek Przybylski: Woodland Nap

Sławek Przybylski: Woodland Nap
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Beny YHW: Waterfall

Beny YHW: Waterfall

Beautiful Nature / Waterfall......(USA)

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Jeronimo Gomes Brasil Photo

Jeronimo Gomes Brasil Photo

A.w.N. | Are there cooler horns in the world?

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The Wild Side by Florent Courty

The Wild Side by Florent Courty

The Wild Side by Florent Courty

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Ran Prieur on Color

March 18.

Today, two woo-woo links from readers. No one could see the color blue until modern times. That's not quite true - the article mentions that ancient Egyptians had a word for blue because they had blue dyes. But study of ancient texts suggests that our color vision is largely cultural, and that it has grown through history, with red appearing first and blue last. There's also a modern example of tribal forest people who can distinguish fine shades of green but not the difference between green and blue. I assume we're not finished, and there are potential colors that for now only crazy people can see. This also reminds me of Augustine of Hippo, who astonished Romans with his magical ability to read without speaking the words out loud. And it reminds me of some speculations from...

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50 Best photos: the Cliff by Schieflicht

50 Best photos: the Cliff by Schieflicht

The Cliff Jens by Klettenheimer

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