NEXUS - June-July 2018
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Readers comment on prophecy, angels on Earth, mind control experiments, cancer link to vaccination and drug development failings.
We report on 3-D printed food, atherosclerosis and gut health, a new form of DNA, cuts to Moon rover funding, rights of nature, paracetamol in pregnancy and the link to autism, flawed animal research, war and insider trading, early earthquake detection, and more.
THE FAILURE OF PEER REVIEW—ESPECIALLY IN MEDICINE
By Brendan D. Murphy. "Experts" have given the process of peer review credibility but under close examination, the absence of fact-checking, problem of vested interests, prevailing bias, time constraints, and recently published hoax journal articles have all reduced the peer review process to sham status.
CONTAMINATED VACCINES: A SERIOUS THREAT TO HUMAN AND ANIMAL HEALTH
By Stephen McMurray. Serious safety concerns for human and animal health are raised by studies showing vaccines have been contaminated with live viruses, bacteria, mycoplasma, glyphosate and glass.
FLUORIDE AND ACNE
By Melissa Gallico. Sugar, chocolate, hormones and genes have traditionally been blamed for chronic acne. However analysis of the research raises questions, and further investigation implicates fluoride as the cause.
POLE SHIFT: EVIDENCE WILL NOT BE SILENCED
By David Montaigne. The historical record shows pole shifts may occur more suddenly than is generally accepted. Information on a coming magnetic pole shift may have been suppressed, while governments covertly fund secret preparations.
SCIENCE NEWS: NANOTECHNOLOGY
The latest on technologies utilising nanotechnology, from 3D printing of living cells and foldable materials to batteries, wearable health monitoring, neural interfaces, and the removal of air pollution.
A WORLD OF STONE CIRCLES
By Hugh Newman. Investigation into stone circles, not only in Britain, but the world over, demonstrates the ancients had a deep understanding of astronomy, surveying, metrology, geometry and engineering.
THE CASE FOR THE SPINNING UNIVERSE
By James Michel Hughes. Contrary to conventional theories of the dawn of our Universe, it may have in fact been born spinning. A new theory would explain some unsolved questions, such as the reason galaxies rotate. The theory also argues that missing antimatter may still exist within the Universe.
Discovery of underwater ruins off the coast of India confirmed to be the ancient city of Dvārakā has expanded the historical context of India and verified the authenticity of the religious text, the Mahābhārata.