“Peer review” censorship exemplifies the neophobia in the world of science which serves to protect the status quo rather than improve knowledge by weeding out dubious epistemologies and results, as it is meant to. This supposed mechanism of “quality control” has resulted not only in the dismissal of much important and credible research, but it has also let fraudulent research –and lots of it! — be published at the same time. Papers that appear to support fashionable ideas or entrenched dogmas are likely to fare well, even if they are badly flawed — or outright rubbish!
One can just picture the armies of Establishment trolls and shills salivating at the prospect of being able to dispute any and every item that shows up on Facebook which they don’t like as “fake news,” making it even harder than it already is for independent news outlets to be seen and heard by the people who need to be reached the most (the people who need waking up so they can become part of the solution).
Scientists around the world are calling for awareness and tougher health protection from threat of wifi devices and EMF in general, citing hundreds of studies in the literature unequivocally demonstrating evidence of harm.
Why the censorship, ABC?
“Wi-Fried”: Why fried?
What is the ABC trying to hide by taking down the Catalyst wifi report (February 2016) by Dr Maryanne Demasi? Who are they covering for? (Well, okay, that should be fairly obvious.)
Perhaps “ABC” is really an acronym for Abominable Broadcasting Censorship?
If I had a wish list for the New Year, it would include that the City of Perth please do not raid for a tenth time the island and remove the tents from the poorest, from the most vulnerable, from the homeless. Just leave them alone. Leave them there for the likes of Jennifer Kaeshagen to find them homes, and Tanya Cairns to assist, to provide care. Also it would be the right thing to do if the City of Perth shire returned the 122 tents and all the truck loads of other donated belongings they dispossessed from the homeless. Compassion should always rule.
This week an angry rant in social media caught our attention and we felt that due to its factually threadbare nature and hysterical fear-mongering, it warranted a response and to be placed in a larger context. The post has since been published by at least one mainstream media source,1 presumably in an effort to increase mass […]