Author: Wes

150 – Covid testing, nasal spray vaccines, trust and self-empowerment instead of hierarchical control

Can “immunity bubbles” be created through testing? It depends on the nature of the rapid-antigen tests being used and whether they are able to detect asymptomatic infectious persons. Clearly, not using a bottom-up approach to implement widespread and cheap testing has caused more pandemic problems and costly governmental reactions. Relatedly, with nearly all the focus …

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149 – Catching up with Kevin, doughnut-related issues, keto-carnivore-ish blood readings from labs

In this episode Kevin joins in the fun! In addition to addressing healthy blood test results, we discuss a range of issues, from the seeming slow pace of anti-aging biotech (Aubrey de Grey!), the misguided trend of veganism and ongoing false nutritional information, to mistaken notions of empathy within domination systems (such as governmental schooling). …

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148 – Questioning dogmatic pronouncements and propaganda, weight-loss remedies, sunlight benefits

Once again, we need widespread rapid antigen testing (for all individuals, not just “authorized” clinics) and engineered nanobodies (AeroNabs) and lipopeptides to end the pandemic. Of course, governmental restrictions and vaccinations are being provided instead, which represent the top-down organizational model that presumes to be in charge of “public health.” Unsurprisingly, this flawed model has …

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147 – Challenging common mistaken assumptions in the nutritional realm, once again

In this episode we explore the realm of medical and nutritional dogmas, which we’ve of course covered in the past, yet they continue to mislead and prevent helpful strategies. Turns out, sitting is not the new smoking; occasional movement is key to preventing inflammation. Strength training as we age can forestall sarcopenia. Apparently, before the …

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146 – Metabolic Health Conference, developmental questions by Nathaniel Branden

In this shorter episode we note the upcoming low-carb conference (online), which will offer a lot of useful information about achieving metabolic health and well-being. Our physical health remains vital as the pandemic continues, since governments are still hindering highly useful decentralized solutions (namely, inexpensive rapid antigen tests and engineered antivirals). I then list all …

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145 – Medical establishment problems, rapid antigen tests, personal empowerment amidst domination systems

In this episode to round out 2020, we focus on a way to end the pandemic via making cheap rapid antigen tests widely available to individuals (sans prescriptions), so everyone can be informed and empowered (instead of being told what to do by so-called “authorities”). Unfortunately, the medical establishment tends to resemble an unhealthy system …

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144 – Aerosolized nanobodies, RNA vaccines, institutional problems, beef for health, non-sacrificial ethics

Amidst the highest number of SARS cov-2/covid-19 cases in America and tragic fatalities during the pandemic, potent antivirals from UCSF (YT link below) and Columbia, for instance, could end the needless suffering and restrictions rather quickly. Meanwhile, RNA vaccines tend to be the main focus by institutions, both corporate and governmental; such top-down structures sacrifice …

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143 – Lipopeptides and nanobodies as pandemic solutions, nature of gender and need for self-esteem

We’re of course still being challenged by the pandemic and the fear-based and control-ridden responses to it by governments. The tragic Covid-19 fatalities are still considerably lower than during the 1918 Spanish flu, yet so much fear, suffering, and death can be stopped by widespread distribution and use of ingenious, potent antiviral inhalers (links provided …

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142 – Nanobodies for resolving the pandemic, perspectives on sexuality and violence, boundaries, bodily integration

Treating our bodies well with optimal nutrition (lower carb/keto, Primal/Paleo/Carnivorish) can help a lot during this trying pandemic. Engineered nanobodies, which are both relatively inexpensive and easy to produce, are being reported on more now, since UCSF promoted AeroNabs unprecedented potency against SARS CoV-2 (way more potent than vaccines, and potentially safer). Let’s hope they …

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141 – Pandemic updates, nature of mistakes and moralistic cycles, fostering mindsight

The governmentally imposed restrictions during the pandemic have taken a major toll on people’s health and well-being. Updated scientific information reveals that contact with surfaces exposed to this coronavirus aren’t as much of a risk as airborne particles. Once again, AeroNabs and possibly other synthetic peptides can serve as ingeniously potent PPE to end the …

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