The Infectious Myth On “The Infectious Myth” host David Crowe will examine the questionable or outright false paradigms that infect our society.

October 28, 2014  

Episode 34 – Ebola is not an infectious epidemic. Ebola virus has not been proven to exist


David reveals his preliminary research on Ebola, and why it is probably not an infectious disease. The major problems are the shoddy nature of the original research that claimed to have found a new hemorraghic fever virus, the lack of certainty in the testing, and a diagnosis that creates the illusion of infectivity, and that no longer requires hemorraghic symptoms (such as massive bleeding from the mouth, eyes and anus).


Fear is driving the world to clinical trials of new vaccines and drugs, that will result in massive profits, but will not solve the health problems of Africa, which are related to poverty, war and inequitable economies. The west only cares about Ebola because of our fear that it will cross oceans and devastate us. Sadly, deaths in vaccine or drug trials, or in later use of those products, will not concern the west.


The US military would love to have the headquarters of their Africa Command (Africom) in Africa, and not in Germany, and the militarized response to Ebola is a wedge that may allow them to do this.


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October 21, 2014  

Brian Hooker is the man to which CDC whistleblower William Thompson confessed his sins, such as manipulating the data from an MMR vaccine study to eliminate the association between autism and the vaccine in black children. Hooker became interested in the vaccine issue after his son seriously regressed after receiving 3 vaccines at 15 months. He spent years trying to get information from the CDC about vaccine trials, often through freedom of information requests.


He was surprised when a CDC scientist wanted to talk to him. Obviously he was feeling guilty and he helped Hooker ask better questions of the CDC to get more and more information about the association between vaccines and autism, and other diseases.


This culminated in a paper that Hooker published in August of 2014, which was quickly taken down by the publisher (the German publishing giant Springer) on the basis of an undeclared conflict of interest (which never existed according to Hooker) and statistical problems, which were never elucidated.


As you will hear from this conversation, Hooker remains calm despite the storm swirling around him, and plans to continue with his analysis and publication of CDC data and other information concerning problems with vaccines, particularly in the United States where many more vaccines are used than in other countries.

October 14, 2014  

Paul Connett has worked harder and longer than anyone to oppose water fluoridation from a scientific perspective. He is a retired chemistry professor, and head of the Fluoride Action Network.


Paul and David talk about the history of water fluoridation, how it helped change the public perception of this common industrial waste product, and also how water consumers (that’s everyone) have successfully fought back against the practice. It is now found mainly in North America and Ireland, but is receding in most places. Recently it was banned in Israel and there are ongoing lobbying or legal actions in many remaining cities.


This episode discusses what are the major negative health effects of fluoride, especially the devastating impact on bones and joints, how children with levels of fluoride not much higher than the amount deliberately added to water, have lower IQs. And also the stupidity of carefully measuring the quantity of fluoride added to water, knowing that the amount of water consumed per person varies dramatically, especially when measured relative to body weight.


You can find more about fluoride at the Fluoride Action Network’s website:


October 7, 2014  

Kristine Mattis is a PhD scientist who is concerned that the debate on cancer focuses on genes that might increase susceptibility rather than carcinogenic chemicals and radiation that are known to cause cancer. It’s not that she believes that genes are irrelevant, she doesn’t believe they are a cause, and that the presence or absence of carcinogens is more important. People with genes might want to take actions to increase susceptibility, but then we are all susceptible, so that goes for all of us.

There are personal actions that can be taken, such as eating organic and avoiding known carcinogens, but larger societal changes are needed, especially in the United States where industrial and economic interests are given much higher priority than the overall health of “We, The People”.  It is perhaps old-fashioned to ask politicians to represent us, but this is a matter of life and death.

David was motivated to interview Kristine by this article in Counter Punch:

I am sure you will enjoy this discussion and hopefully it will get you thinking differently about cancer as well. 

For more useful information on preventing cancer, personally or societally, see the following links suggested by Kristine: 


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