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

January 28, 2020  
David discusses two papers that James Lyons-Weiler of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK) regarding what a safe dosage of injected Aluminum would be, and how it is excreted from the body. They also talk about a recent WHO conference on vaccine safety, that seemed more concerned with public perceptions than actually making vaccines safe.
For more information on IPAK please visit:
Because of the new coronavirus scare, David has put his book chapter on SARS, the coronavirus scare of 2003, online at
January 21, 2020  
Jim Steele, a California based environmentalist, science educator and climate skeptic, returns to discuss the recent, devastating bush fires in Australia, and why he thinks they are not proof of the “Climate Catastrophe”. David and Jim discuss the natural role that fire plays in ecosystems in Australia and California, and how human activity can increase the fuel load, and how some groups resist removing fuel by prescribed burns, brushing, or logging.
Find out more about Jim’s work, ideas and opinions at:
January 14, 2020  
Lynne  Millican is a former RN who had to retire due to side effects from the GnRHa (Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone Analog) drug Lupron, which she took for endometriosis and in-vitro fertilization (IVF). Lynne and David discuss the wide range of conditions for which the drug is used (but never approved for most), including the increasingly popular diagnosis of gender dysphoria. Lynne’s research has uncovered an even wider range of side effects, some of opposite to claims about the benefits of the drug, such as reduced ovarian function and cessation of menstruation, in a drug that is supposed to increase the chance of getting pregnant. Despite her disabilities Lynne has struggled for years to make more information on the adverse effects of Lupron known, starting a website, and assisting with legal cases. But despite this the FDA seems determined to protect the licensing of the drug, and has rebuffed contrary information, including a major review by licensed MD Dr. Redwine.
To find out more about Lupron and the work of Lynne  Millican see
January 8, 2020  
Nelson is a small, tranquil city hidden in Canada’s western mountains, but even it is not immune from the gender wars. Guest Donna Macdonald describes how women fought back when their beloved Women’s Centre was opened to people of all “marginalized genders”, including biological males. When the board of intersectionalist feminists refused to negotiate, their complaint went to the British Columbia Supreme Court, which eventually approved the conduct of a new AGM, including elections of a completely new board of directors. The board is now almost split between advocates for women and trans allies, so the tension has not been resolved yet. This is a good example of a seemingly small, local issue, that illustrates a much bigger issue.


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