Archive for the 2017 Category

Coronavirus: Tons of Vitamin C to Wuhan, China

Posted in 2017, 2020, Health with tags , , , on March 4, 2020 by theboldcorsicanflame


(OMNS February 23, 2020) We can all agree that 50 tons of vitamin C pretty much qualifies as a megadose. We can also likely agree that trucking 50 tons of vitamin C, straight into Wuhan, full in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic, qualifies as news.

The news media are not reporting this, or any other, significantly positive megavitamin news.

Loving the photo, but needing authentication, I consulted my physician correspondent in China, Richard Cheng, MD.

He confirmed it, saying: “This was reported in the Chinese media about 2 weeks ago.” Another translator has also independently verified the accuracy of the translation.

DSM, by the way, simply stands for Dutch State Mines, the Netherlands-based parent of DSM Jiangshan Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. The Chinese division has been recognized as a “China Enterprise with Outstanding Contribution to Social Responsibility.”

There is another DSM factory in Scotland, which also manufactures vitamin C.

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The ability of properly-dosed vitamin C before and after a vaccination

Posted in 2017, 2020, Health, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 17, 2020 by theboldcorsicanflame
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Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, Jan 29, 2020

Vaccinations, Vitamin C, Politics, and the Law

Commentary by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD

(OMNS January 29, 2020) The ability of properly-dosed vitamin C before and after a vaccination to block any potential short- and long-term toxic side effects while enhancing the antibody-forming aim of the injection was covered in an earlier OMNS article.

The points made in that article, along with their validation in the scientific literature, remain pertinent 8 years later.

As emphasized in that article, the purpose of this article is not to praise or condemn the administration of vaccinations.

Most who know me know my stance on this issue, coming from what I consider to be a purely scientific perspective. But that is not the purpose of this article.




Christopher Search: In the “Mathematical Glory” of the Universe, the Physicist Discovered the “Truly Divine”

Posted in 2017, 2020, Mind, spirituality with tags , , , on February 17, 2020 by theboldcorsicanflame


How did this slip through? John Horgan with Scientific American interviewed a physicist colleague, Christopher Search.

The physicist is appealingly direct in rejecting the atheism associated with Stephen Hawking and other venerated names in the field.

More than that, he says it was physics that brought him to a recognition of the “truly divine” in the universe:

“Over the years my view of physics has evolved significantly. I no longer believe that physics offers all of the answers. It can’t explain why the universe exists or why we are even here.

It does though paint a very beautiful and intricate picture of the how the universe works. I actually feel sorry for people that do not understand the laws of physics in their full mathematical glory because they are missing out on something that is truly divine.

The beautiful interlocking connectedness of the laws of physics indicates to me how finely tuned and remarkable the universe is, which for me proves that the universe is more than random chance.

Ironically, it was by studying physics that I stopped being an atheist because physics is so perfect and harmonious that it had to come from something.

After years of reflecting, I simply could not accept that the universe is random chance as the anthropic principle implies…..


In the “Mathematical Glory” of the Universe, Physicist Discovered the “Truly Divine”


Happy Christmas 2017 To People Of Good Will

Posted in 2017, spirituality with tags , , , on December 24, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame


Chang Mai – Thailand : Lullaby to an Elephant

Posted in 2017, animals, Uncategorized with tags on December 14, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame

The food processing company Heinz had some trouble when a video from one of their ketchup factories went viral.

Posted in 2017, food with tags , , , on November 30, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame

Apparently, a few Muslims decided to ignore processing policies and toss a bunch of rotten tomatoes into a processing machine. Not only that, they were caught stepping on top of tomatoes that eventually got tossed into the machine as well.

Understandably, consumers were highly upset after watching the Muslims put garbage into a machine that would eventually produce countless bottles of ketchup to be distributed across several countries.

The incident allegedly took place just outside of Cairo, Egypt, where Heinz owns and operates a factory to distribute their world-renowned ketchup.

Unfortunately for Heinz, it seems that at least one employee knew that what was happening in their plant was wrong and decided to not only capture video of the matter but snap a few photos as well. Since then, it has been brought to light that the Muslims in the plant either didn’t want to waste the time it would take to discard several containers full of rotten tomatoes or were ordered by management not to throw them away.

After the public backlash, Heinz was eventually forced to make a statement in which they tried to explain away the incident. Saying that the “edited” video gave an “unreal picture,” the company then went on to insist that they are “100 percent committed to quality.”…..(…..)





10000 People Gathered Around The Lake, 10 Minutes Later Everyone Was Shocked…

Posted in 2017 with tags , , , on November 30, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame

Built among boulders in the dry and arid Dogon county in Mali, at the foot of an incredible 500 meter high escarpment, lies a small village called Bamba.

Everything here is parched as the dry season reaches its peak, leaving only one sacred pond full of catfish.

Every year, an ancient fishing ritual called Antogo is carried out in the lake – a spectacle that is worth seeing. Fishing in the lake is strictly prohibited throughout the year, but the day Antogo is celebrated, hundreds of men jump into the lake grabbing fishes with their bare hands. The frenzy lasts for only about 15 minutes. The intensity of the moment is extreme, huge, and overwhelming…..(….)


“Sophia” is a humanoid robot designed by Hong Kong firm & granted citizenship in Saudi Arabia (!?); ‘she’ says ‘she’ would like to start a ‘FAMILY’!

Posted in 2017 with tags , , , on November 25, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame


  • Sophia is a lifelike robot designed by Hong Kong firm, Hanson Robotics
  • During an interview this week, she said that family is ‘a really important thing’
  • She even went so far as to say that she would name her first daughter Sophia
  • The interview comes a month after the robot was controversially granted citizenship in Saudi Arabia

Not everyone is happy with the Sophia’s citizenship, with some describing her as ‘bizarre’ and others referring to it as ‘Terminator in real time.’

Others have pointed out that Sophia has ‘more rights than women in Saudi Arabia’.

Saudia Arabia is one of the world’s most oppressive states for women, and only last month lifted a ban on female drivers.

After hearing her appearance, the Arabic hashtag #Sophia_calls_for_dropping_guardianship began trending.

The Saudi guardianship system means every woman must have a male companion with her in public at all times. 

This is usually a family member, who also has authority to act on her behalf.

‘Sophia has no guardian, doesn’t wear an abaya or cover up – how come?’ one Twitter user wrote. 


Mysterious gel balls, 3 feet wide, discovered off the coast of Norway

Posted in 2017, Uncategorized with tags , , , on November 23, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame


A giant gel ball found by diver Erling Svensen in Norway. (Erling Svensen)

Over the past 15 years or so, several giant gel balls have been found by divers off the coast of Norway.

The balls, about 3 feet (1 meter) wide, remain a mystery to scientists. But the number of ball sightings has been increasing.

Professor Gro van der Meeren at the Institute of Marine Research in Nordnes, Norway, is one of the lead researchers trying to gather more information about the balls.

Due to recent attention in local media, van der Meeren has received more photos of the balls from divers.(….)




‘Serious temperature anomaly’ in parts of Siberia, Russia

Posted in 2017, Extreme Weather with tags , on November 22, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame


A Siberian High, also known as Siberian Anticyclone, caused serious temperature anomaly Central Siberia on November 18, 2017, causing average daily temperatures to drop 10 – 12 °C (18 – 21.6 °F) below the climatic norm.9

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