Monthly Archives: August 2021

Green by Name – Green by Nature

Malaga Bay is always proud to salute scientific genius.

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Sardis 3: Temple of Cybele

Has the whimsical artistry of Renaissance sculptors shaped amcient history?

Posted in Books, History, Sardis | 8 Comments

Sardis 2: Coin Chronology

Roman Chronology is cracked wide open when the Late Roman Emperors are put in their place.

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 3 Comments

Sardis 1: Identity Crisis

The Sardis site reveals [amongst other things] the Cult of the Emperor is just another academic abomination.

Posted in Books, Catastrophism, Epigraphy - Inscriptions, History, Sardis | 1 Comment

A Sense of Perspective

Can a lack of perspective turn mere mortals into monsters?

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 5 Comments

Peter Duesberg: Inventing the AIDS virus

The history of modern malevolent medicine most definitely rhymes.

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Brian Halliday: Propaganda Hypnosis and The Media

One of the more confusing aspects of the latest episode in the long running series of Virus Scare Stories has been the mainstream media messaging.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 10 Comments

August 2021

Time to blow away the cobwebs…

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Amazing Polly: I’m So Over Coronavirus

Amazing Polly explains why she is So Over Coronavirus.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 5 Comments

Matthew Ehret: What Flatten The Curve Really Means

Matthew Ehret provides important historical insights into the Great Reset.

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