April 10th, 2023 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
What Neil de Grasse Tyson Does Not Understand About Science On Del Bigtree’s show, The Highwire, Neil deGrasse Tyson committed two classic logical fallacies, and you must know what those fallacies are so you can recognize them as well. The first one is called the fallacy of consensus gentium, usually made with the Argumentum ad Populum. This is an argument by which a person claims a conclusion must be true because most, all, or even an elite group of elites irrelevantly think, believe, or feel that it is true. There’s even a Wikipedia article about it. We all saw, in real-time, from 2020 even until today, scientists like myself, doctors like Peter McCullough, Paul Marik, and Jay Bhattacharya get it right over and over in intricate detail against the handed-down decreed and enforced consensus on each and every topic. Del showed de Grasse Tyson an image of physicians and scientists they had on The Highwire, to which deGrasse Tyson responded: “The individual scientist doesn’t matter”. And he challenged Del to take the issue up with a “consensus expert” whatever that is. The logical flaw is clearly obvious. If, as deGrasse Tyson claimed, “The individual scientist doesn’t matter”, then Einstein’s singular work should not have been influential. And if science is determined by consensus (which it’s not), then it’s “game over” once everyone agrees on something? We can lock up all the labs, and go home? We’re done? The best any human civilization will ever achieve is now? At this point, that’s not just fallacious, it’s hubris.
Special Guest Dr. Peter Glidden
Dr Glidden has been a licensed Naturopathic doctor since 1992, and has been an outspoken advocate of Naturopathic Medicine ever since. His training, license, and clinical experience afford him a unique perspective on “All-Things-Medical.” He uses this perspective to dissect the facts from the fictions, the truths from the propaganda, and the myths from the realities of medical concepts and treatments. A breath of fresh air in a stagnant swamp of monopolized medical mediocrity, Dr. Glidden’s message rings true – carrying promise and insight to any and all who are open-minded enough to hear it.
The US Attorney in Utah has given the anti-vax movement in America the greatest gift ever The US Attorney in Utah issued a criminal indictment against Dr. Kirk Moore for “running a COVID-19 Vaccine Scheme to Defraud the Government and CDC.” But what if Dr. Moore was actually saving lives instead and is a hero? Since this is a criminal proceeding in federal court, Dr. Moore cannot be denied discovery to show that the vaccines are deadly. This is relevant due to the opportunity for jury nullification where a jury has the right to issue a “not guilty” verdict if they believe the law is unjust. If the judge denies Moore the discovery, he can appeal because there is no country in the world that has correlated the death-vax data and released the records for public analysis. They all keep it hidden behind closed doors and all attempts to get that data have been rebuffed. A federal court has jurisdiction over all 50 states and can order the CDC and all states to turn over COVID vaccination records and death records. You know, the records that the states and CDC don’t want to be made public for some reason. Those records. So Dr. Moore is now empowered to do something that nobody else in the world can do: access the secret public health records of every state in the US that will finally show to the entire world what everyone in power wants to hide from the public: the truth.
ADHD numbers climbing dramatically in the U.S., especially among women, says new study The number of people diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is climbing steadily in the U.S. — especially among women, a new study found. While cases have risen across all age groups, the spike has been most significant among women. The share of females between the ages of 23 and 49 years of age diagnosed with the disorder nearly doubled from 2020 to 2022. To reach these findings, investigators from Epic Research, a health analytics firm based in Verona, Wisconsin, analyzed data from 3,389,383 patients who were diagnosed with ADHD between 2010 and 2022. Since 2010, the rates of ADHD have tripled overall, the study found — but the share of patients taking prescribed medications for the disorder has remained consistent. Males have historically been more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD, but the study findings indicated that the gender gap has been closing over the past 12 years. The share of females between the ages of 23 and 49 years of age diagnosed with the disorder nearly doubled from 2020 to 2022, according to new data. (Fox News) “The ratio of males to females diagnosed with ADHD decreased nearly five-fold during that time, from males being 133% more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than females in 2010 to 28% more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD in 2022,” Epic Research stated in a discussion of the study findings.
Special Guest Tracy Slepcevic
Tracy Slepcevic is an Author, Certified Integrative Health Coach, Keynote Speaker, US Air Force Veteran, and the founder of Pur Health, LLC.
She is educated in the field of Complementary and Alternative Medicine and has dedicated over 14 years to researching various treatments and therapies for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Over the years, she has worked with various doctors, scientists, advocates, and researchers, and she has made it her mission to educate families on the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.
Today, Tracy runs a successful health coaching business where she assists her clients in implementing lifestyle changes to improve their overall health and wellness. She continues to provide support to parents of children with special needs and guide them on their healing journey. For more information on Tracy, you can see her full bio HERE
Gold-based antibiotics could be key to fighting superbugs, research suggests For years, scientists have searched for a silver bullet to treat multidrug-resistant superbugs. Now, they may have found the solution in another precious metal: gold.Several gold-based compounds have shown efficacy against hard-to-treat bacteria, according to new research to be presented at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases in Copenhagen, Denmark next week.In a paper prepared for the conference, researchers said they found that gold-based antibiotics showed “great potential,” especially against diseases that have proven resistant to other drugs. Sara Soto Gonzalez, of the Barcelona Institute for Global Health in Barcelona, Spain, and fellow researchers studied the activity of 19 gold compounds against a range of multidrug-resistant bacteria isolated from patients. Those bacteria studied included Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA; Staphylococcus epidermidis; pseudomonas aeruginosa; stenotrophomonasmaltophilia; acinetobacter baumannii; and pneumonia. Scientists found that 16 of the 19 gold compounds were highly effective against MRSA and S. epidermis, and 16 were effective against the other bacteria, all of which are gram-negative. Researchers said that “gram negative” bacteria have a greater resistance to antibiotics, and they need new treatments. Overall, all 19 compounds tested were effective against at least one of the hard-to-treat bacterium and some were effective against several. “It is particularly exciting to see that some of the gold complexes were effective against MRSA and multidrug-resistant A. baumannii, as there are two biggest causes of hospital-acquired infections,” Soto Gonzalez said.