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A “Doctor” named Stanislaw Burzynski has been pushing a mixture of miscellaneous peptides as a cure for all cancers for over thirty years and has yet to produce any clinical data showing their effectiveness or even mechanism of action. He is selling this potential damaging therapy through a clinical trial loophole that promises false hope to families looking for any guiding light in the face of an inherently complex disease. The disgusting practices of this clinic has been thrust into the spotlight recently by a seventeen year old student named Rhys Morgan who posted a sceptical article on his popular blog. A representative of the Burzynski clinic contacted Rhys threatening him with legal action should he not remove the post. Rhys did not comply but instead challenged the baseless legal threats and posted another article revealing the depths they have gone to to suppress the truth about Burzynski’s snake oil therapy.
The sooner everybody finds out about this the better. Please post about this everywhere you can find a voice.
“Why wear this grass-stained pair for the keynote, a rare and immeasurably high-profile public appearance? My guess: he didn’t notice, didn’t care.”
Daring Fireball‘s John Gruber.
I would wish to have his vision and foresight, but his drive I envy more.
Sorry if this is low resolution and blocky but I have yet to work out the best settings for exporting to youtube!
Gameplay is from a quick stabbing run on n00bgroups softcore rush server. I was lucky to have captured it as i don’t record much. Still ROFLl33tPwNagE ect.
This year I managed to attend the CLA game fair at Bleinheim palace and was pleasantly surprised at the atmosphere. Being somewhat used to music festivals where crowds of youths can be found simultaneously urinating and littering used fast food packaging, the civility was refreshing! The diversity of stalls and demonstrations was fantastic and I had a truly amazing day. One highlight was gunmaker’s row that showcased all the major firearm manufacturers and shops. For those with a firearms certificate the show enabled them to test and compare more models than could ever be possible at the local gunshop.
It was such a lovely day that I decided I wanted to retain a memory in form of a new purchase. Continue reading
I have a tendency to research potential purchases for days before committing on a product. One such purchase was to be my preferred EDC carry flashlight. My requirements were simple. It had to be small and light enough to make me want to carry it everywhere but powerful enough to use for self-defence or emergency signalling purposes. Reliability is another essential characteristic for any EDC item. The final requirement was cost. The small size of these tools makes them easy to loose and I would be hesitant to carry around a £200 titanium ubertorch. This brings me to another critical point. A flashlight is only useful if you are carrying it and as such the size requirement is perhaps the most critical. Continue reading
The British summer is pretty consistent in that you can never predict the weather. You leave the house in a T shirt bathed in sunlight only for the clouds to roll in two hours later and have the wind howling up the paper thin leg holes of your perhaps optimistic cargo shorts.
Its at times like this that I start to think that women are on to something. In situations like this my girlfriend will pull out an umbrella and some kind of shawl out of a handbag that must rival the TARDIS for space. The usual male equivalent for me is a backpack. The problem with this is that it is too large. I don’t want to carry a hoofing great backpack when all I need to carry is a small jumper and some small EDC type items. The realisation gradually hit me that I need a man-bag. Continue reading
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