“Where’s your peer-reviewed papers?”

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“Come back to me when you have that peer reviewed and published” – Oh, would you look at that…👇🏼

👀 The analysis on the right was performed and posted on 23rd Sept by us. On the 1st Oct, the scientific paper was peer reviewed and published.

To be clear, we had nothing to do with the published paper, and take zero credit for this deep statistical analysis.

👉🏼 The point I make here is simple. This is to all the the lazy outsourced thinkers that appeal to authority with smart Alec comments and ad hominen attacks.

👉🏼 To all those that take pride in their sarcastic and poor dad-joke comments that dismiss valuable honest analysis just because they don’t like the question or the available evidence that challenges their worldview…

What now??

❓More importantly, did “show me your peer-reviewed published papers” always form part of your vernacular and debating skills? Do you recall being so scientifically rooted in your conversations when down the pub or having a discussion with your mates circa 2018 and before?

🤔 Or, did you pick up this cute nonsense online, and think “yes, I’ll use that failsafe ad hominen attack whenever I need to win an argument or dismiss those that think differently to me. Means I don’t need to think or provide counter evidence. Winner!”

🥱 I’ve got news for those that do this. That’s so last year. You better find a new trick, because it’s quickly exposing YOU, not the thinking-person you are attempting to shut down by targeting this simpleton one-liner at.

🧠 Grow up. Engage your brain. Enter into debate. Stop desperately trying to defend your ego and fixed Mindset. Be nice, you might learn something.

🤕 And… be careful which rings you decide to step into with this floppy weapon, because it might just rebound and slap you hard in the face.

AdapNation Analysis & Independent Peer-Reviewed Paper


➕ There clearly is a positive correlation between Flu Vaccine uptake in the elderly and COVID-19 Deaths Per Million.

😬 Correlation does not equal causation, but the correlation is strong (using robust statistical methods) and there are some compelling hypotheses and associated clinical observations that should URGE us to explore this rapidly and seriously.

This text below is copy/paste from this published paper:

💬 “The influenza vaccine may increase influenza immunity at the expense of reduced immunity to SARS-CoV-2 by some unknown biological mechanism, as suggested by Cowling et al. (2012) for non-influenza respiratory virus.

💬 “Alternatively, weaker temporary, non-specific immunity after influenza viral infection could cause this positive association due to stimulation of the innate immune response during and for a short time after infection (McGill, Heusel & Legge, 2009; Khaitov et al., 2009). 

💬 “People who had received the influenza vaccination would have been protected against influenza but not against other viral infections, due to reduced non-specific immunity in the following weeks (Cowling et al., 2012), probably caused by virus interference (Isaacs & Lindenmann, 1957; Seppälä et al., 2011; Wolff, 2020). 

💬 “Although existing human vaccine adjuvants have a high level of safety, specific adjuvants in influenza vaccines should also be tested for adverse reactions, such as additionally increased inflammation indicators (Petrovsky, 2015) in COVID-19 patients with already strongly increased inflammation (Qin et al., 2020).

😠 Failure to carefully explore this phenomenon is an expression of gross negligence in my book.

#AllTheFacts #FactsNotFear 



The peer-reviewed paper referenced is linked below, as is the similar AdapNation analysis and associated clinical studies declaring some of the mechanisms that could be driving this phenomenon 👇🏼


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