From America, various aspects of the pandemic are explored, including how a free and responsible society would effectively deal with it. This contrasts with what we’ve been experiencing in terms of top-down controls and conflicting edicts in the absence of adequate testing. The FDA is a governmental organization that reflects fundamental distrust in biotech scientists, engineers, and businesspersons to do what’s needed to ensure people’s safety. “Authority” based on coercion needs to be challenged and replaced by honest and open collaboration with shared purpose. Again, we need to implement win/win, Teal-stage organizing (https://www.reinventingorganizations.com), trusting people to sense and respond in beneficial, organic, non-hierarchical ways. Psychological questions explore getting needs for fairness, respect, empathy, and emotional understanding and nourishment met, to foster a sense of secure attachment. Coming to integrative terms with our old defenses puts us on the path of healing, which enables more openness, vulnerability, and intimacy.
CovidCon.org closing discussion
How the Pandemic Changes the Relationship Between Citizen, Technology, and State
Conversation with Naval Ravikant and Thor Halvorssen, followed by Q&A.
this is the coercive organization that affects testing throughout America:
very informative discussion between four UCSD scientists about the coronavirus:
A Deep Look into the Biology and Evolution of COVID-19
When Can We Lift the Coronavirus Pandemic Restrictions? Not Before Taking These Steps by Tanya Lewis
What Immunity to COVID-19 Really Means by Stacey McKenna
Coronavirus testing is ramping up. Here are the new tests and how they work. by Stephanie Pappas
How does coronavirus testing work and will we have a home test soon? by Michael Le Page
informative podcast episodes to get healthy, including immune health:
Carnivore Diet: The Improved Performance Case ft. Dr. Shawn Baker
The Carnivore Lifestyle with Dr. Shawn Baker
How to save 3.5 Trillion dollars per year in healthcare costs! Ken Berry, MD returns!
Two books by Nathaniel Branden containing the important questions about childhood
Question #9. Did your parents deal with you fairly and justly? Did your parents resort to threats in order to control your behavior–either threats of immediate punitive action on their part, or threats in terms of long-range consequences for your life, or threats of supernatural punishments, such as going to hell? Were you praised when you performed well? Or merely criticized when you performed badly? Were your parents willing to admit it when they were wrong? Or was it against their policy to concede that they were wrong?
Parenting from the Inside Out: How A Deeper Self-Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and Mary Hartzell, M.Ed.
Kosheen – All in my head (Planet Funk Remix)