Fred explains economics

Today, FOE will explain economics, fraud, unemployment, and the end of the world. There will no longer be a need for economists, if there ever was. You will understand everything.FOE is that sort of column.Long ago, everybody worked on farms, growing food. This was a real service. People wanted food. They liked to eat it. At the same time, there was a tremendous demand for refrigerators and cars. People didn’t know they wanted these things because they hadn’t been invented. But they wanted them anyway.

Source: Leisure Unsought, Neural Networks, and Other Dramas, by Fred Reed – The Unz Review

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This will lift you UP

One of the most important video series ever made (quote-anounceofsalt), and I agree.

If you like studies of people, as I do, watch this series starting from the beginning.

I make the entire series available here (need a desktop with 10gig of space).

The Up series is a series of documentary films produced by Granada Television for ITV that have followed the lives of fourteen British children since 1964, when they were seven years old. So far the documentary has had nine episodes spanning 56 years (one episode every seven years) all of which were broadcast on ITV, apart from the 6th episode which was broadcast on BBC One.

Source: Up (film series) – Wikipedia

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Forty-five years of registration statistics, proving vaccination to be both useless and dangerous

Simon says:

And here we are, in 2019, still debating whether vaccinations are good or bad…

Source: Forty-five years of registration statistics, proving vaccination to be both useless and dangerous. In two parts. [electronic resource]

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So much dissent is crushed over the years, due to our wonderful money and corporate system.

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Acetaminophen a cause of autism?

So many toxins to choose from, and none are really studied.

Do you know that acetaminophen is from a class of drugs has been totally banned?

It is natural for a parent to want to comfort a child, and for a child with a fever, this used to mean giving them aspirin. When this was discovered to sometimes cause the deadly brain and liver swelling known as Reyes Syndrome, recommendations were changed to Acetaminophen, marketed under many names, most famously, Tylenol. Duke University surgeon William Parker believes that this is not as safe as widely believed, and can cause ADHD and Autism. David discusses the evidence for this theory with

* duration: 57:53

* Published: 2019-04-30 2:20:39 p.m.

* Episode Download link (80 MB): mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/h9x4dt/TIM_043019.mp3

* Show Notes: infectiousmyth.podbean.com/e/the-infectious-myth-william-parker-cools-acetaminophen-fever/

* Episode feed: The Infectious Myth – infectiousmyth.podbean.com/feed.xml

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