News of the week
New books, John Campbell is upset, errata contest winner, my slide presentations, Stellantis announcement to stop using the car after 3 deaths, and more...
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First errata winner announced
He turned $30 into $1,000 in less than 24 hours. See details at the end of this article.
All my slide presentations
Go to the Reference tab, scroll down to the article entitled “My best content” (it may be on the next page). Open that article and the link to all my slides is the top hit.
Or use this direct link to go right to the directory with the presentation source files.
“Loss of trust”
Just watch this John Campbell video “Vaccine debate” at 12:50 where Campbell talks about loss of trust. Note fully that Campbell does not want to have his YouTube channel canceled, so he can’t tell you what he really thinks. Read between the lines. If you have time, watch the whole video.
Aaron Kheriaty’s new book
Aaron has a new book out “The new abnormal” which refers to how we normalize everything that is now happening as “the new normal” (censorship, mandates, mitigation strategies, intimidation, etc). Starting on page 100, Aaron describes how he was treated by UC Irvine.
Reid Sheftall’s book: Heroes and Villains
I’m listed but you’ll have to buy the book to find out if I’m a hero or a villain. Only $8 on Kindle. It has all 5 star ratings so far. People are ranked from good to bad. I’m afraid to look.
Sally Saxon’s upcoming book
Sally Saxon’s upcoming book, “The COVID-19 VACCINES & Beyond: What the Medical Industrial Complex is NOT Telling Us” is a great read, especially the call to action at the end for how we get out of this mess. Should be available in a few weeks.
Doug Brignole’s book
He gave his life to prove I was right. The least I could do is buy his book. It will blow you away. Remarkably, when it came to bodybuilding, Doug was extremely skeptical of advice you hear all the time from “experts.” The book is full of practical advice to get the most amount of muscle gain in the least amount of time. The big surprise: he’s not a subscriber to compound lifts being the ultimate way to build muscle.
Peter McCullough plans to appeal the revocation of his certification by the ABIM
He wrote to me: “I will appeal the ABIM decision with even more evidence supporting my cited public statements.”
Stellantis announcement: 3 deaths —> stop driving the car
When there are 3 deaths from a car defect, the car manufacturer says to stop driving the car.
When there are over 500,000 deaths from a deadly vaccine, we mandate it.
This is why I’m not a doctor. I admit I simply do not understand how medicine works.
“No virus” people were a psyop
No surprise here. This explains why whenever I wrote about this topic, I was hammered with people telling me how dumb I was.
Every 2 Hours Another Child Suffers A Seizure from the MMR Vaccine"
The COVID vaccines are the worst.
But even other vaccines are unsafe (although shingles looks relatively safe).
Click this image for the details:
Dr. Naomi Wolf “They Know They Are Killing the Babies”
Here’s the article. It’s a quick read.
None of this is surprising to me.
I have been learning about color
I took off a few days to learn about color and tweak my lighting. vmix has been a godsend to enable me to do that because I get real time feedback using vectorscope and parade waveforms which enables me to set each parameter independently to the correct value (if you do it in a set sequence). So I am finally able to do reasonable color correction.
Here is the new me with my very old Brio webcam:
Below is the “before” look (this is one of the worst examples… I look like I have a very bad sunburn):
Do you want to know how I did it and what equipment I’m using now?
Steve is one of the best sources of information on the web
"No virus people" ...ah Steve, one day you will look for evidence (and proof) yourself rather than asking Malone, McCullough, and other "experts" if you should keep the faith. Read "the science" yourself...it's written in English. Here, read the first sentence after abstract. Ask yourself what does "...as modified..." suggest? Then listen to Andy Kaufman (Rooster in river of rats) dismantle this paper if you're confused.
Much of your work/research is great, and we appreciate you for that. Thanks Steve!