(2 pm. – promoted by ek hornbeck)
Con artists arrive in all manner of disguises. The iconic P. T. Barnum was a harmless street peddler compared to T. Boone Pickens, who sold the second most powerful person in the the most powerful nation on earth his fossil fuel poison that T. Boone called [heh heh] Clean Energy.
The con continues to spread and broaden and deepen though some have produced evidence that natural gas (it is not a fossil fuel decreed Nancy Pelosi when she invested a bundle in T. Boone Pickens’ Clean Energy) is dirtier than even coal. It gives a whole new meaning to making firewater that Indians are now participating in selling to the forked tongues.
Even then the crooks like P. T. Barnum and T. Boone Pickens play second fiddle to earnest advocates selling cancer cures.
Radium Water was sold as a tonic after Madame Curie’s discovery of radioactivity that created a sensation. One fellow was said to keep plugging the stuff on the radio until his jaw fell off. The skeletons are still hot.
Who can forget Dr. Jude – ah, er, umm – it’s on the tip of my tongue – with his rats cured of cancer by starving the cancer cells?
But why go through long drawn out starvation when you can simply nuke the cancer cells?
a new study introduces an unlikely microbial helper, specifically the Listeria bacteria, which was shown to effectively deliver radiation to even the most severe forms of metastatic pancreatic tumors without harming the healthy tissue.
Of course, of course. New wonder drugs are always harmless. I was there at a meeting hearing about the first therapeutic Listeria vaccine when people were dying from the bacteria hiding in cantelopes. I told people that the bacteria was weakened to a harmless state by having Chicago cops beat it up.
Quite truthfully, I have a lot of hope for this Listeria vaccine though arming the Listeria bacterium with a nuclear weapon seems kinda worrisome. There’s a story behind that too. A non-nuclear armed competitor has first dibs on pancreatic cancer with the old fashioned kind of vaccine using the beaten-up Listeria.
“We’re encouraged that we’ve been able to achieve a 90 percent reduction in metastases in our first round of experiments,” said Claudia Gravekamp, co-author and associate professor of microbiology and immunology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Does not the college have a most appropriate name to go with bringing a nuclear-armed bacteria to light?
More to come. I promise you that.
The promoter’s name is a most famous one: Thomas Moore. I bet you thought he was dead centuries ago.