Tuesday, January 01, 2008

New Years Resolution: Eat more wooers.

A lot of people are making New Years resolutions right now about their diet. Im gonna throw my hat into that ring too.

Ive been on a steady diet of Creationist Tard for the past few months, and I dont want them to get the impression their anti-science bullshit is any more special than all the other anti-science bullshit out there, so my resolution is to eat a wide variety of woo-ers in 2008. Luckily, I was bopping around the internet today and found a couple of woo-ers that are going to be talking in OKC in a few weeks!

April Renee-- Keynote speaker for VIC, Vaccine Injured Children and former president of TAAP, The Autism Autoimmunity Project. After the loss of her vaccine injured autistic daughter, she embarked on a mission to expose the cause of all "labels" such as autism, ADD, ADHD, diabetes, arthritis, depression, multiple sclerosis, ALS, fibromyalgia, and cancer.
Check this chick out:


NOM NOM NOM NOM!!! THE WOO!! SO YUMMY! WANNA EAT IT NOW!!!


Gary L. Tunsky, N.D.-- Cellular Disease Specialist-- International speaker, author, and lecturer; currently in practisce as a traditional Naturopathic Doctor. He has opened up new doors to the world of customized human cell restoration treatment protocols. He applies strategies for full body detoxification, herbology, heavy metal chelation, homeopathy, and much more. His non-toxic, non-invasice cellular treatment strategies are directed to a wide spectrum of disorders that are prevalent in the 21st century.
omg you guys...

This year, Hulda Clark canceled her visit at the last moment for unknown reasons. She is the proponent of the theory that diseases like cancer and AIDS are caused by parasites that can be eliminated from the body by electrical gizmos called "zappers" and "syncrometers". The Federal Trade Commission in the U.S. has successfully prosecuted some of these manufacturers. Hulda Clark operates out of a clinic in Tijuana, Mexico, and is the author of a book called The Cure for All Cancers. She was to give two seminars on the use of her devices, which cost $130 each, but she did not show up.

Another last minute "no-show" was Texas naturopath Gary Tunsky. Rumours at the conference suggested that he had been prevented from entering Canada by either customs or immigration officials because he was bringing banned products into the country. This has not been confirmed, but officials for the show did mention that he was bringing in products that could save lives and that was the reason he was banned. Len Horowitz filled in. He is a Harvard trained dentist with a master's degree in public health. He is a frequent guest on Canadian radio and TV shows. Len Horowitz coined the phrase "iatrogenocide" and believes that vaccines and drugs "play a primary role in what amounts to genocide for profit, psychosocial control and even depopulation," according to an Internet ad for one of his tapes.

Gary rubbs shoulders with Clark (also believes AIDS is caused by liver flukes) and my bestest buddy LENNY? You KNOW this is going to be fun! CANNOT WAIT!

More:
The radiologists and oncologists who administer radiation and AZT death serum wear full mop gear and protective clothing. And they're injecting this into the bloodstream of an AIDS patient who has no immune system! AZT destroys all cells including T cells, B cells and red blood cells that carry life giving oxygen. All the new antiviral drugs (ddl, D4T, 3TC, and ddc) are modeled after AZT under the guise of AIDS treatment. Cancer treatments of chemotherapy and radiation are no different!
omg... like seriously... cannot wait... cannot wait... **drool**

19 comments:

Joe said...

I love how the second slide shown (the one immediately after her daughter) mentions that they will help people make "informed choices". The quotes are a hoot!

Tyler DiPietro said...

My choices are never informed, I glean them all for downing psilocybin mushrooms. At that point, whatever the wallpaper tells me....

Gary said...

Tyler - right on dude!

J-Dog

Peggy said...

Be sure to chew the wooers thoroughly, so they don't cause indigestion. Nom nom nom.

DS said...

Woo. One of my favorite topics. I would merely feel bad for the anti-vaccination crowd if they would stop outright attacking science. Aside from that they are simply naive parents who have had to deal with a difficult problem. But when a study comes out that proves them wrong, they accuse scientists of willfully trying to hurt people??? I can't stands it no more!

DS

Ruth said...

The anti-vaccine crowd are wasting time and money that could be spent on better therapy and education for my autistic daughter. Things were rough when she was 4, but now at 11, she does well in all classes but language arts-she is still dyslexic, but is gifted in math.

I've tried explaining dose-response curves (I'm a toxicologist)to some of the trolls at Respectful Insolence, but accepting that autism often has genetic component means accepting some of those traits in themselves.

DS said...

Yeah Ruth, I wasn't saying that they are anything close to harmless. Just that their actions stem from ignorance (I guess I was stating the obvious). The thing that bothers me the most is that these people came out before there was any real data one way or another (or at least before they were aware of it) and stated, in no uncertain terms, that vaccines cause autism. And now they can't go back on it, no matter what the data shows. That's why you never draw strong conclusions before seeing a definitive study. Just say "I have a feeling that this causes this, and I want studies to be performed". That way, when the studies prove you wrong, there is no hedging, because you never committed. Anyway...*sigh*

DS

David said...

Hmm—I hope you direct you considerable talents of exposing pseudo-science to that anti-science screwball Bill Maher, who is both anti-vaccine and a germ theory denier.

Bayesian Bouffant, FCD said...

Down with the Woo

Kristjan Wager said...

Seen the new group blog? Science Based Medicine. Looks good.

Maggie Rosethorn said...

Can't wait to watch you chomp up the woo! Go Abbie!!

Tyler DiPietro said...

Bill Maher is a stupid fuck, next time he's in the news the wooery I'll chomp him down. I at least I'll nibble at Abbie's leftovers...

CleveDan said...

Extantdodo takes on Hulda Clark
http://youtube.com/watch?v=gDdLNNqIFJo

jsander said...

You should see the crap I see on the infomercials with Kevin Trudeau. Natural Cure for Herpes, diabetes, and cancer just to name a few. I wish there was a way to prevent these Nuts from spouting their crap, the FTC went after him and won and he promotes it as see the government said I cant tell you about this I'm right they don't want you to know!!! But alas as Ron White said "You can't fix stupid."

Keep up the good work and let them have it. With folks like you there is a chance albeit slim that one day in the(distant distant) future evolution might actually be in a science book in Kansas. But I bet we will have interstellar travel before that happens.

CAE said...

I didn't watch the whole video, but that was hardly a rousing round of applause that she received at the beginning!

Shiftlessbum said...

Hi Abbie...I posted this over on Pharyngula shortly after you made a post, but then FTK slithered in and it got lost. It was OT there anyway.....

Did you ever post the contents of Horowitz' Medical Hypothesis paper? In your Horowitz vs ERV post from April last year (linked to on your recent New Years Res post), you mentioned you would but a lazy search by me didn't reveal it on your blog.

Thnx.

(BTW I used to do HIV epidemiology in Jim Mullins' lab in the bad old days of the early 90s when denialists were under every bush....good to see them still being shot down, especially with such aplomb as your blog)

Reynold said...
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Reynold said...

Speaking of people who need to get eaten up:

It seems your old friend Sal Cordova just got caught misquoting the daughter of PZ Myers.


Then there are people like Philip Johnson, who, besides being an evolution denier, also belongs to a group that denies that HIV causes AIDS.

He's the fifth person down the list.

Iron Soul said...

I'm excited for a new year of reading ERV and seeing you take down all manner of anti-science garbage.,