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NonFiction

My Cry in the Night

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I had never seen what my son was doing in any child before. Of course, this was in the beginning—in ‘76. I had been studying genetics for years and was gearing up for a future in scientific research.

‘This Side of Life’ and the Spirit of Christmas

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Christmas means something different to each of us. This is for all of you missing loved ones this holiday season. 💔 This is my family’s Christmas story. I’m not ‘showcasing sadness here. It’s a new beginning. In an editorial column I wrote years ago,… Continue Reading →

Dichotomous Thinking—A Human Condition

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I’ve studied psychology over the many decades of my life. A particular subject has always confused me. Now I know why. Dichotomous thinking [black and white] has been attributed to many pathological conditions. I live in a world of greys—there are many, many shades… Continue Reading →

Oldest Son’s Shot Records and The Cost

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These may look fairly innocuous, but these two items were pulled off the market in the US because of the damage they were causing. I can assure you, children were devastated–mine [particularly my oldest] were.

Questions About Vaccine-Strain Pertussis

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It’s being said that this cannot happen. That this has been on the market since the nineties. But that statement assumes change does not happen. I assert that it does. Something has changed in the last several years to make… Continue Reading →

My Response to “New Rules on Vaccine Exemptions Sought”

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Salem News’s article, “New Rules on Vaccine Exemptions Sought” https://www.salemnews.com/news/local_news/new-rules-on-vaccine-exemptions-sought/article_302e0362-1e40-56c3-b372-7ca8a0abcfec.html is nothing more than a balm for public consumption.  In no way does it reveal the devastating impact these bills will have if passed into law.  Managing Editor Cheryl Richardson… Continue Reading →

The Best Way to Produce the Desired Result…

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When I first started researching issues I thought could be related to my declining health, I ran into brick walls and varying opinions. I turned to science–real science to save my own life. I’ve studied human behavior all my life…. Continue Reading →

Boobs (a bit of humor)

This one is dedicated to @robertcormack I do much research and study.  I think it makes me feel older rather than younger.  I tackle tough topics containing material I’d rather not know.  I hit a tough one last night.  I… Continue Reading →

Chris Exley—Research Update

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I want to bring you up to date with some recent developments. The first is that someone in the highest level of management at Keele ordered the disabling of my donations link without any prior notice to me. While this… Continue Reading →