Why was Dr. John Yudkin ridiculed & marginalized?

The corruption of nutrition science goes back 50 years when the sugar industry bribed Harvard scientist Public health and nutrition policies that are claimed to be “science-based” are most often shaped by industry-paid academic scientists who deliver findings favorable to their corporate . . . Continue reading →

Blitzed: Nazi Germany’s methamphetamine addiction

Norman Ohler, an award winning German journalist and author of novels, has written an astonishing historical account that brings to light a previously unmentioned, but pervasive facet of life during the Third Reich. The German book title, Der Totale Rausch“(2015) is a play . . . Continue reading →

Patient H.M. Dark Roots and Dubious Ethics: Neuroscience Research Methods

The patient, H.M. as he has been widely known within the neuropsychological literature for more than five decades was Henry Molaison whose identity was made public only after his death in 2008. Luke Dittrich is an award winning journalist whose recently published . . . Continue reading →

The 1990s “Decade of the Brain” is being Resuscitated

Hillary’s “Comprehensive Agenda for Mental Health” has just been launched with NIH Funding Once again, the government is embarking on a massive exploratory venture in an effort to control the behavior of its citizens: “During the course of the next decade, scientists . . . Continue reading →

1.1 million U.S. soldiers are subjects of a dubious psychological experiment

“In the 30 years that followed World War II, the federal government spent over $1.2 billion to fund psychological research, and much of this research was funded through the military services.” (Martin E.P. Seligman and Raymond D. Fowler, Comprehensive Soldier Fitness and . . . Continue reading →