Crean says the idea of a female’s previous mates having an effect on their offspring isn’t unheard of. In fact, this very idea, called telegony, was proposed by ancient scholars such as Aristotle but dismissed with the advent of genetics. But new findings about epigenetics — how our behaviors, such as diet, smoking and drinking — can affect our genes and how those changes can be passed on, make the idea of such non-genetic inheritance possible. Continue reading "The Black Pill: A Woman's Previous Sexual Partners Can Affect Her Future Offspring"
During show #7, one of your callers to the show mentioned the government website, Healthy People. The site outlines basically everything the government wants to accomplish as it relates to the health of its citizens by 2020… including vaccinations. 90% of what is contained in the website is for the greater good. The following are some of the goals that stood out related to vaccinations and fluoride, though there are tons of other topics on the site to peruse.
The first relates to the flu vaccination for pregnant women (the flu vaccine still contains a substantial dosage of thimerosal (mercury-based preservative).
Dane: Welcome to Zero Doubt Zone, Liberty, what's on your mind?
Liberty: Good evening! My son's wife, she won't let her kids have anything to do with her cousins because her cousin is really adamantly opposed to vaccination. "My kids can't play with your kids. They might catch the flu because the other kids aren't vaccinated."
Liberty: Actually, it's possible for a child with lower resistance to catch the flu from a vaccinated child.
Transcription: Most of them still have Thimerosal in it. No big deal, but you know, Thimerosal, safe and effective. Mercury. (laughs)
The mandatory bill that will be coming through here pretty soon is the SB 792 which is the adult mandatory vaccine bill. Hm, didn't see that one coming, did ya? Take your shots. Remember, it's not about the shots, it's about the liberty. Libertie! Libertay! Liberty.