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WENLIN, CHINA - JANUARY 26: Wenling Food and Medicine Administration Bureau officers prepare to destroy fake medicine on January 26, 2011 in Wenling, Zhejiang Province of China. 1,300 boxes of fake medicine were captured by the Wenling Food and Medicine Administration Bureau in last two years, and were reportedly worth more than 300,000 RMB (46,000 USD). (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
WENLIN, CHINA - JANUARY 26: Wenling Food and Medicine Administration Bureau officers destroy fake medicine on January 26, 2011 in Wenling, Zhejiang Province of China. 1,300 boxes of fake medicine were captured by the Wenling Food and Medicine Administration Bureau in last two years, and were reportedly worth more than 300,000 RMB (46,000 USD). (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
The FDA presently supports and actively promotes the use of cobalt-60 culled from nuclear reactors as a form of "electronic pasteurization" on all domestically produced conventional food. They claim it makes the food "safer."1 The use of euphemisms like "food additive" and "pasteurization" to describe the process of blasting food with inordinately high levels of gamma-radiation can not obviate the fact that the very same death-rays generated by thermonuclear warfare to destroy life are now being applied to food to "make it safer." This sort of Orwellian logic, e.g. WAR is PEACE, is the bread and butter of State-sponsored industry propaganda.
The very life's blood of 'evidence-based' medicine -- peer-reviewed and
published clinical research results - which legitimizes the entire
infrastructure and superstructure upon which conventional medical
knowledge and practice is erected, has been revealed as mostly and patently false.
Case in point: in a 2005 essay, "Why Most Published Research Findings are False," and which is the most downloaded document of all time on PLoS,
the Public Library of Medicine's peer-reviewed, open access journal,
John P. A Ioannidis explains in detail how "It can be proven that most
claimed research findings are false." And that "for many current
scientific fields, claimed research findings may often be simply
accurate measures of the prevailing bias."
The Atlantic published a piece on Ioannidis' work, back in 2010, titled "Lies, Damned Lies, and Medical Science,"
well worth reading, and which opened with "Much of what medical
researchers conclude in their studies is misleading, exaggerated, or
flat-out wrong. So why are doctors - to a striking extent - still
drawing upon misinformation in their everyday practice?"
Ioannidis' work revealed that about half of the most
highly regarded research findings within "evidence-based" medicine are
either wrong, or significantly exaggerated:
Time magazine wrote about Ioannidis' findings the same year with a piece titled "A Researcher's Claim: 90% of Medical Research is Wrong" -- the title of which speaks resoundingly for itself.[Ioannidis] zoomed in on 49 of the most highly regarded research findings in medicine over the previous 13 years, as judged by the science community's two standard measures: the papers had appeared in the journals most widely cited in research articles, and the 49 articles themselves were the most widely cited articles in these journals.
...Of the 49 articles, 45 claimed to have uncovered effective interventions. Thirty-four of these claims had been retested, and 14 of these, or 41 percent, had been convincingly shown to be wrong or significantly exaggerated. If between a third and a half of the most acclaimed research in medicine was proving untrustworthy, the scope and impact of the problem were undeniable. That article was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.