Why I'm starting a substack...
and why a pseudonym? why the secrecy?
So, the main reason I started a substack was at the recommendation of someone else that has one. And I’ve been thinking about it for a while because I’m a big fan of some other writers on this platform. But mostly because the truth is being suppressed and it needs to get out.
A little about me… and I will be intentionally vague. I really truly do have a PhD in epidemiology. When I have publicly posted on facebook, under my own name, people have accused me of lying about that. The internet is not hard to use. My professional website is pretty easy to find, and my expertise is evident. In the beginning, I wrote things anonymously on different websites, but when I started getting involved in advocating for state legislation, my cover got blown. I also got bold and started writing things in my own name, hoping if there was a name with actual credentials behind it, people would start to see the “other side” and thinking that all public health scientists supported The Narrative.
Then… the persecution started. Articles written about me claiming I wasn’t telling the truth, even though every one of my points was supported by published research studies. Colleagues calling for my teaching responsibilities to be taken away. Being told that I would never get another research grant, my students would leave me, and that all my published research must be crap. And more recently, being reminded that physicians were losing their medical licenses over “spreading misinformation”, so I better not be doing the same thing (even though I am not a physician)…
It isn’t misinformation if it is backed up with data and scientific studies. Full stop. The truth doesn’t stop being truth just because it doesn’t match The Narrative.
My mission here will be to promote the same truth that I had been publishing in my own name before. Making you see the truth of the science beyond what the main stream media tells you.
For instance: The recent study from UC Davis, showing that viral loads were the same in the vaccinated and unvaccinated. The authors’ conclusion, in the paper, is that masking, testing, etc, requirements should be the same for vaccinated and unvaccinated. That’s true - requiring unvaccinated people to test but not making that requirement of the vaccinated does not match the science. But what the authors and press don’t admit, is that these data once again show that vaccinated individuals can spread infection. They have equivalent viral loads, regardless of symptoms.
Much of this medical tyranny is based on a biased perspective on the science. Consider these studies, not those. Listen to these physicians, not those. Ignore those studies, because they are opposed to The Narrative. That’s not how science works. Be informed and open-minded.