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Apr 03

Because there is no search on our homepage for mobile phones, we’ve had to make this page so you can navigate our pages on your phone.

On your mobile? To search click here: SEARCH.

You’ll find a search after every article, down at the bottom after listing other articles of interest and comments. You can also use this page, because afterwards, you’ll find the search. We apologize, but we had no idea that this template wouldn’t work for mobile phones after we chose it and set it up.

So, when you come to our home page, you will find this page listed, and those that our readers love most, and the three on the bottom seem to be the ones opened most. But on this page, you’ll see what we’ve recently published or modified, because we do modify our pages when we try something new or find new info we want to pass on.

Below are the articles, and you’ll find the newer ones at the top, below are the older. However, since we are rewriting and editing old articles, the newer ones might just be older ones that have been updated.

Donate Your Car

Instead of trading in your car, since your author runs a 501 (c)(3) charity, we’re asking people to donate their cars to us. It’s all right there at the link.

Science for Non-Scientists

On the internet, everyone is an expert. Well, I’m tired of this crap. We are the most informed humans ever to have existed and about to be killed off by misinformation. You might enjoy this article.

Native American Football

There is way too much unknown history when it comes to our natives, but here’s a bit I like to call: When the Indians Beat the Giants.


I’ma take a little break here to admit that I am overwhelmed by what we (I) need to do at this site. I have at least 50 articles to be updates, way too many drafts that have yet to be published, and I’m old and tired and still dedicated to getting things of interest to readers. So, please . . . come back here often and see what’s new. Today is 10.27.21. So in December, take a look at all the new stuff above this point. You’ll see . . . I’ve been working.


Congestive Heart Failure

Some very good info here. Was originally written in 2002, but is now updated.

DMSO

At our previous site we had two very good articles we were permitted to reprint. The clinic that published them is no longer, but the articles, newly edited are right here:

Frequently Asked Questions About DMSO: Natural Chemo

DMSO: Many Uses, Much Controversy

A Short Course in Journalism

Because journalism today produces just way too much crap, we thought we’d try to give you all the low down on what good journalism should be, and then set you free to roam the world trying to find some.

A Small Piece

I wrote something you might get a kick out of: The Memorial.

Soft Coconut Milk Bread

We’ve made this a few times. I’ve just had dental surgery, so crunchy is out for a while. And since I substitute coconut milk and coconut cream for recipes calling for dairy, this worked out just fine. But we found out, the hard way, that sugar alternatives do not assist yeast at all. In fact, they retard it a bit.

Tomato Bisque with Basil Summer Update

Yes, this year we’ve been experimenting with an old favorite. If you’ve got some suggestions, post them in the comments.

Stupid People Are Loud and Proud, Really?

COVID-19 Vaccine: Facts vs Bullshit

Please, people. Stop getting your information from politicians and Fox News. There is real science out there. But you won’t find it in a political movement.

OMG He’s Baking Now

Yes, folks, at 71 I’ve decided to learn to bake. You’ve heard that man cannot live by bread alone, but man oh man this has been delightful.

And as always, I will pass on recipes and tips just as I’ve always done, and you’ll enjoy some great breads, desserts even, and, get this, I’ll even teach you how to make pita (pocket) bread. Today is Labor Day, 2021, so expect some baking pages to be up soon.

First Baking Recipe!

French Baguettes . . . took weeks to get this recipe to work out . . . and now, I have to make it all the time. To get started, I bought a bread machine. A month later, I gave away a bread machine. It was just too restrictive and suddenly I loved getting my hands in the dough and flour all over my body. I used teachers from the local co-op and the farmers market. I used videos. I searched recipes. Someone sent me a video in which the guy let the dough rise FOUR TIMES, and I thought, no way. Yes, way. It just makes a better bread. And since we use only Celtic Sea Salt (Simply the Best now carries the fine ground version), instead of two teaspoons in this recipe, we used three, or one tablespoon. We did make one shortcut by ordering a baguette baking pan and we used one of King Arthur’s specialty flours . . . it turned out heavenly. All the tricks and tips we learned are there, including a link to the video we mentioned, but our recipe is just slightly different than the one in the video. You have to make a starter the day before! Fun!

French Baguettes

To to with the baguettes, we’ve included a quick recipe for garlic butter.

Deep Fried Chicken

Just had to do it. It turned out great. Here’s the page: Fried Chicken.

Fiction

Back by popular demand! Or since this is its first appearance, Here By Popular Demand.

To find fiction, we’ve created that category, and from any article, you’ll find categories on the right.

As we add new pieces, we’ll post a link on this page, and put the date it was loaded. Your author will be loaded at a greater frequency.

Warning: these stories can be crude, vulgar, or weird. If you are the sensitive type, change the channel.

A Remote Encounter” posted 5/28/21.

Big Brother BiPAP” posted 5/28/21


Updates From Our Original Site

Chemotherapy

An amazing history of something Ulrich Abel (a German epidemiologist and biostatistician who had collected more data on chemotherapy than anyone in history) called a “dull weapon.” Yes, this was back in the eighties, but biostatisticians today still have to fudge the numbers to get better results.

The History of Quackery

It’s rather interesting. The first great quackhunt in America was started by the biggest quacks.

The History of Medicine in America—The Beginnings

History of Medicine — The Revolutionary War

History of Medicine 1800-1850

Radiation

What Is — Homeopathy, Allopathy, Naturopathy?

Is Modern Medicine Science (with a capital “S”)?

How to Quit Smoking

A Brief History of Human Experiments

The History of Vitamins

More RECIPES!!!

Yes, we’ve been working on (perfecting) recipes. We’ve a page of cookies (the first two have no gluten or allergens) and the last one is a “lower carb” chocolate chip cookie. Take a look: Cookies!

Chile Rellenos Casserole (Hotdish!)
We’ve made three versions and finally got it down to two: one with regular meat or hamburger and hot sauces and pickled peppers, and another with chorizo and raw peppers.

Pasta Primavera Alfredo

Another Bachelor recipe in that parts are not measured (though the Alfredo Sauce is measured but has options) and options depending on your tastes.

I Keep Seeing Peeps Everywhere!

This is the history of marshmallows, which is quite interesting since they started out as a medicinal.

You Must Have Holes in Your Head

Trepanning? Well, now you’ve heard of it.

Credit Scores

Written from confabs on Twitter. If you want to talk about “keeping the man down,” then we must talk about credit scores.

Biographies

Dr Nicholas Gonzalez. However, this isn’t exactly a biography. It’s an invitation to read one of the most exciting biographies I’ve read in a long time. He was an amazing man, an amazing physician, and he had amazing outcomes.

Elizabeth Blackwell, MD

After we’d finally published this (it’s been at our old site for years), a friend sent me this meme:

She was an amazing doctor, who brought us true preventive medicine, hygiene, and nutrition.

Recipes

French Salad Dressing

Falafels (and everything else you need for a good one)

Hummus

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