Breathe in … breathe out. We do this automatically day and night. It is a function that should not be impeded by wearing a mask over noses and mouths. Oxygen is inhaled from the air and then absorbed by the blood stream in the lungs. Oxygen plays a vital role in the breathing processes and in the metabolism of the living organisms. Haemoglobin is the protein inside red blood cells […]
Upon waking this morning From Radio National: More than 1.2 million people live in the six local government areas identified as hotspots for the virus, in Melbourne’s north-west and south-east. Health authorities are strongly advising against travel to and from the communities. The dreaded wearing of masks was muted as well. I live in one of these hotspots and the reality of a ‘second wave’ of the supposed unidentified virus […]
While we continue the debate over wearing masks; as we question social distancing and the stay at home orders, there’s another discussion that needs to take place in the public sphere – the role of 5G in the so-called coronavirus pandemic.
Victorian children will return to school in two weeks time. Asked in a radio interview how long social distancing and other precautionary measures would be in place a school principal replied ‘until there is a vaccine’. Can you imagine mandatory coronavirus vaccines for everyone? Just think about this prospect. Of course this is the ultimate conclusion to the coronavirus scam. And it is a scam. But will the world wake […]
Little over a month ago I could travel the world but this easter weekend I can be fined for visiting my family, courtesy of the 2015 Biosecurity Act. On 18 March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak in Australia, the Governor-General declared that a human biosecurity emergency exists. The declaration gives the Minister for Health expansive powers to issue directions and set requirements in order to combat the outbreak. This is […]
Governments all over the world are scrambling to get their hands on ventilators. And that includes the government of Victoria which has 1000 ventilators, and has now ordered 2000 more to treat an expected surge in coronavirus patients. But are ventilators really the magic bullet in the case of this coronavirus? Or, are they in some cases, doing far more harm than good.
…Part of the trouble is that excitement of the chase leaves little room for reflection. And there are grants for producing data, but hardly any for standing back in contemplation. — John Maddox, a former editor of Nature, the world’s oldest scientific journal. This insane fear of a virus has happened before of course. Whenever there is a new disease, whether it exists or not, scientists and medical experts seek […]
On February 19 the Health Services Amendment (Mandatory Vaccination of Healthcare Workers) Bill 2020 was introduced into the Victorian Parliament. These new laws will mean healthcare workers must be fully vaccinated with the flu vaccine each year, and must be up to date with vaccines for whooping cough, measles, chicken pox and hepatitis B.