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NY Doctor Recently Back From West Africa Tests Positive For Ebola

harvey the nerd Re:Responses: for New York etc (352 comments)

Wrong. The high dose vitamin C is to kill the virus and stop the hemorrhagic episodes, poor Future Darwin Awardees.

4 hours ago
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NY Doctor Recently Back From West Africa Tests Positive For Ebola

harvey the nerd Responses: for New York etc (352 comments)

Before returning to US, medical personnel should have 1-2 days isolated rest and repeat PCR screening. Restricted social activities and monitoring for 21 days after last African contact.

1. The FDA is hindering rapid PCR test kits. Issue temporary permits, buy 10-20 provisional PCR kits for 5 airports and upgrade every 1-2 quarters. F--- the FDA.
2. Stage and slow the return of West African visitors to social exposures.
3. Flush anybody questionable with 2-5 days of IV vitamin C 80,000 mg tid, 50,000 iu vitamin D3 per day, selenium and zinc. These kill viruses.
4. Allow protection for unknowns, like some earlier contagious exposure before gross symptoms
5. Do better allowance in design for superspreader incidents.

2 days ago
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Trans-Pacific Partnership May Endanger World Health, Newly Leaked Chapter Shows

harvey the nerd Re:freedoms f----d (132 comments)

My wife takes a pill in asia that is superior to anything in the US, $4 per day. This chemo pill is illegal in the US - its too nice and not 100% toxics (only ~30%). Literally there's a law about it, and I've been yelled at by the FDA about it. The closest, INFERIOR pill in the US has been running $9000 per month has more side effects and shorter life. If the US changes the "anti-nice" rule and legalizes this old generic drug, should US taxpayers owe PFE etc a billion $ per year? It is that simple.

about a week ago
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Trans-Pacific Partnership May Endanger World Health, Newly Leaked Chapter Shows

harvey the nerd freedoms f----d (132 comments)

"Whenever changes to regulatory standards... affected their profits?"
So if a country deregulates absurd and life threatening over-regulations, Merck, Pfizer, GSK etc sue the country/taxpayers ?
Maybe Putin will do us a favor and launch the nukes.

about a week ago
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Positive Ebola Test In Second Texas Health Worker

harvey the nerd Re:C 'ing the truth (463 comments)

You are a Darwin Award in the making.

about two weeks ago
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Positive Ebola Test In Second Texas Health Worker

harvey the nerd C 'ing the truth (463 comments)

IV treatment IV vitamin C with sodium ascorbate is a powerful, less known antiviral treatment, stonewalled out of conventional medicine for ca 75 years http://seanet.com/~alexs/ascor... .... See also
Injectable C http://injectablevitaminc.com/...
Cathcart http://orthomolecular.org/libr...
and Klenner. http://www.doctoryourself.com/...
or read Tom Levy's book, Curing the Incurable:Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, and Toxins

The more severe the virus, higher and more frequent doses used. As support for nasty viral illnesses overseas that have no vaccine, we also take zinc, 50,000 iu of vitamin D3 for 1-2 weeks, lysine and 200-400 mcg selenium. With Ebola, the real question will be when the last chance for a given level of IV vitamin C treatment (gram C/kg wt) 2-3-4 times per day will work, and when it will be too late - too little.

I've already been in a 3rd world situation where people look like over made actors in a sci fi movie with lots and lots of big pustules...and IV vitamin C worked well from the first infusion crusting over in ~8 hours vs 8 more days, over it in several days, so don't yak at me about iffy imagination stuff. However, I believe ignorance and cupidity are mankind's norm.

about two weeks ago
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Solar Could Lead In Power Production By 2050

harvey the nerd Re:So tax us (honestly?) (167 comments)

Never forget how well public services worked out in Detroit and govt pension benefits in general....

about three weeks ago
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After Dallas Ebola Diagnosis, CDC Raises Estimate of Patient's Possible Contacts

harvey the nerd Re:I feel like we are living in an 'outbreak' movi (258 comments)

IV treatment IV vitamin C with sodium ascorbate is a less known antiviral treatment, stonewalled out of conventional medicine for ca 75 years http://seanet.com/~alexs/ascor.... See also
Injectable C http://injectablevitaminc.com/...
Cathcart http://orthomolecular.org/libr...
and Klenner. http://www.doctoryourself.com/...

The more severe the virus, higher and more frequent doses used. As support for nasty viral illnesses overseas that have no vaccine, we also take zinc, 50,000 iu of vitamin D3 for 1-2 weeks, lysine and 200-400 mcg selenium. With Ebola, the real question will be when the last chance for a given level of IV vitamin C treatment (gram C/kg wt) 2-3-4 times per day will work, and when it will be too late - too little.

about three weeks ago
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Is Alibaba Comparable To a US Company?

harvey the nerd weak consumer protection (126 comments)

a lot of fraudulent mainland C trading companies use Ali-B to rip newbies off

about a month ago
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Northwest Passage Exploration Ship Found

harvey the nerd Ghostbusters (80 comments)

...kind of reminds me of the scene in Ghostbusters II (1989) where the Titanic just arrived ...

about a month and a half ago
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Feds Want Nuclear Waste Train, But Don't Know Where It Would Go

harvey the nerd Re:train wreck (258 comments)

The corporations are chartered creatures of government often being given passes by government rather than being held fully liable for their sins.

about 2 months ago
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Feds Want Nuclear Waste Train, But Don't Know Where It Would Go

harvey the nerd train wreck (258 comments)

We know anything the government does is a... train wreck. It will only get worse in the future.

about 2 months ago
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New NRC Rule Supports Indefinite Storage of Nuclear Waste

harvey the nerd Th mixed oxide (191 comments)

Thorium mixed oxide fuel from lightly processed waste with say 10% Th would overcome the central storage problem. Already a bench/pilot scale technology in Europe.

about 2 months ago
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850 Billion NSA Surveillance Records Searchable By Domestic Law Enforcement

harvey the nerd writs of assistance (207 comments)

NSA surveillience used by domestic LEOs function as writs of assistance, the traitorous general search warrants expressly forbidden by the Founders and a major cause of the American Revolution. No matter what title they have, some officials need to be tried then shot and/or hanged.

about 2 months ago
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WikiLeaks' Assange Hopes To Exit London Embassy "Soon"

harvey the nerd assange is... (299 comments)

...is shitting bricks over the thought of Sweden handing him over to the Americans

...handing him over to the despotic occupiers of the US government. FTFY.
The US is totally off its constitutional rails.

about 2 months ago
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Man-Made "Dead Zone" In Gulf of Mexico the Size of Connecticut

harvey the nerd bigger n' better (184 comments)

Everything is bigger in Texas.
Apparently near it, too.

about 3 months ago
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An Accidental Wikipedia Hoax

harvey the nerd very Re: 'unreliability' (189 comments)

Complementary medicine and therapeutic nutrition are a dangerous POV mess of misinformation, opinion and attack at wikipedia. Hellbent on preserving the expensive pharmatopia that we live in, and die of.

about 3 months ago
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35% of American Adults Have Debt 'In Collections'

harvey the nerd a voice of sanity (570 comments)

Sorry for you loss. Thanks for your insights.

about 3 months ago
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35% of American Adults Have Debt 'In Collections'

harvey the nerd billing scams (570 comments)

A lot of bills these days are fraudulent in nature. Some are subscription mentalities, eager to charge like municipal taxes, instead seem to miss the concept of delivering satisfactory service or goods. Others may be generational changes in perception as to what constitutes adequate completion and quality for final payment.

Medicine is a wasteland of overcharges and ineffectiveness. We are able to reduce major medical costs 90-99%(!), with better results, through cheaper overseas providers AND our own applications of medical freedom from FDA and US med mafia.

Overall, incompetence and grossly overpaid nobodies eat a lot of time on bad bills. They may aggressively report bad payment for false bills, while it takes time to settle anything fairly or correctly, if ever. May not even be worth it. F'em, we can do cash or not buy at all.

about 3 months ago

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