The Importance of Ritual in Over Coming PTSD

Many people who suffer from PTSD also have pre-existing personality “issues” such as OCD behaviour, social phobia, etc., which seems to play a part in their job vocations. Let’s face it; a person who is OCD is likely to be more contentious about their work, and pay more attention to fine details, while a person […]

So you can’t afford food

One of the things that never ceases to amaze me is an odd law called the codex allimentarius, which was set down like a century ago under British trade laws and somehow became incorporated into pharmaceutical and food laws today internationally, probably through the East India Trading Company and Lloyds of London. The codex basically […]

Proposal for complementary medicine trial on veterans awaiting VAC Services Based off of New Scientific Discovery Regarding the Nature of Organic Disorders

I recently have had the discussion with a couple of my contacts regarding the risk versus loss of a study utilizing vitamins and minerals based off of hair analysis on Canadian veterans awaiting VAC services, and in light of the recent immolation by an American vet who lost his fight for his benefits and due […]

The Pharmacodynamics of Mefloquine

The psychological effects of Mefloquine are a nightmare, literally; every soldier I have spoken to talks about the Meflomares and how they knew it was fucking them up but not how exactly or who to tell about it. Mefloquine acts as a chemotherapeutic prophylactic agent against malaria, and stops the body from transporting adenosine diphosphate […]

Thoughts about Thought

Portions of the  following were first published at Neuro-physics, a data dump on Facebook that I run for myself and some fans.  I’m not sure how many of them understand most of the gobbledeegook I publish there, but I do, oddly enough. A thought is really just the spark of electrons within the framework of a […]