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Science is Fact!

Science is Fact

Science is fact! • Fact is data, interpreted through a worldview. Science is observation! • Observation is subjective. Science is measurement! • Measurements are linear and limited. Science is Truth! • Nothing is all knowable.   —– Liam Scheff is a journalist, radio host and author of “Official Stories,” because “official stories exist to protect […]

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We Are Living in a Cult of Science

by Liam Scheff – A More Transparent Tribal Ritual For your consideration: You think the Reformation and Enlightenment turned back the darkness of Medieval religious meddling? Ha! and Ha! I say. Hardly. Let’s have a look at what religion has become. The Major Religions of Science: Baptism = Vaccination. A spiritual blessing upon entering the […]

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Remembering the Swine Flu Plague of… When Was That, Again?

by Liam Scheff – Don’t catch a cold! File under: “How stupid are we?” I noted this in 2009. It’s worth a revisit: The deadly swine flu! See if you can spot the problems with the mainstream narrative: “LA GLORIA, Mexico: Tucked away in this small mountain village in Mexico, off a dusty road flanked […]

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But it’s Science!

“But it’s science!” “I don’t believe in myths! I believe in science!” go the common arguments against critics of science. But, what is science? Science = “Interpretation of data.” Data = “numbers collected and measured in a highly-limited and usually artificial, non-natural environment, which has been established for the purpose of creating numbers which serve […]

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Debunking debunking

by Liam Scheff Get into a debate about the make-believe sciences of today, and you’ll meet one of the self-appointed internet or journal attack dogs, whose trade it is to puke on reality and call it a ham sandwich. (I’m a vegetarian, myself, so neither is a happy place.) They’ll describe their process as “debunking,” […]

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Dr. Rashid Buttar Endorses “Official Stories” by Liam Scheff

Review by Dr. Rashid Buttar of “Official Stories”: “Liam Scheff’s book “Official Stories” could easily be turned into 11 blockbuster movies. The book has a tasty entertaining appeal which is only exceeded by it’s stunning educational value. The awareness and realization that the reader will inevitably reach as they devour and digest the material would […]

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The Deadly Vagina Meme

Do Michael Douglas’s Wife and Girlfriends have Carcinogenic Vaginas? by Liam Scheff for RobertScottBell.com The internet is popping with reports that Michael Douglas’ love of cunning linguistics caused the throat cancer he underwent radioactive chemotherapy for in 2011. But, is it so? Did this Lothario of legend truly lick cancer from the gleaming thighs of […]

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If Every Virologist Quit His or Her Job Today…

One World Under Pharma 3 by Liam Scheff 2010

If everyone in the world who works in ‘virology’ were to suddenly and all at once quit – and stopped hunting for what they perceived to be ‘viruses’ inside of laboratory cell cultures… Not one person on Earth would drop dead because of it. But, if everyone who worked in virology were to suddenly become […]

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Conspiracy Realist Vs. Conspiracy Theorist – Front Row Battle!

The Conspiracy Realist versus Conspiracy Theorists! It’s a hot time on the PsoNick Aitchison show (Type 1 Radio Lounge) out of sunny Brighton, England battling out the Judy Woods concept of 9/11. Liam Scheff isn’t buying it – he’s detailed the 9/11 story in “Official Stories” Ch 4. But the crowd battles back with their […]

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“Official Stories Posters, v.1″ by Liam Scheff Now Available

Liam Scheff OS Posters 2 b

Now Available! “Official Stories Posters, v.1 by Liam Scheff. The first companion piece to Official Stories, an essential teaching and learning tool for classrooms – or wherever you’re reading it – and a sure conversation starter. The striking images in “Official Stories Posters” are not only visually stimulating – they are compact lessons in the […]

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