Category Archives: Science

Don’t adopt young wildlife

Fawns are often left alone while the mother is away feeding. It’s best not to interfere.

Springtime in Oklahoma is when people commonly come across newborn and young wildlife. Newborn rabbits, squirrels, deer and birds easily appeal to most people’s senses of care and compassion.

But the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation reminds all Oklahomans that the best thing to do if you come across young wildlife is to keep them wild and, in most cases, leave them alone and don’t interfere.

When people try to help young wildlife, they often end up doing no favors for those animals and can actually put more stress on young wildlife.

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The Fox Guarding the Herpetarium

A red fox responsible for biting at least one journalist and a lawmaker has been euthanized, according to health officials in Washington, D.C.

Several days ago, a congressman had a nasty encounter with a rabid fox on the D.C. Capitol building grounds. Let’s trust that he is no worse for the wear. But the question lingers: How did the fox know he was from California? Is this some sort of sign from above?

They—whoever they are—say “as California goes, so goes the nation.” Let’s hope not. The California state legislature has put forth some bills that boggle the mind and seek to change family, physicians, and their relationship to the government forever.

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COVID Isn’t over for You

Even if you have had COVID, and some restrictions in your area have been lifted at least temporarily, life is definitely not normal, especially in medicine. We live under an increasingly authoritarian regime, which falsely claims to “follow the science,” but is really based on fear.

Warning: Much of what follows is “anecdotal,” scorned by the “evidence-based medicine” establishment. We can no longer believe our eyes and ears. Of course, a single or a few observations must be replicated before we change medical practice or societal policy—unless they support a politically correct objective. But what to do in the meantime? Wait for a study that will probably never be done because the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will not fund it?

Or at least listen to our patients and their associates?

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Covid infections rising in vaccinated

Alex Berenson is reporting on Substack that a new report in Britain raises alarm about the “direction of Covid in wealthy countries that used mRNA and DNA shots to attempt to defeat the coronavirus last year.”

“Hospitalizations and deaths remain stubbornly high and overwhelmingly occur in vaccinated people. In February, 90 percent of the 1,000 Britons who died each week of Covid were vaccinated.

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Animal Rights Activist hypocrisy exposed

A fringe animal rights extremist group is going beyond obvious high profile private zoos and is now specifically targeting a zoo in East Texas. Thankfully, her efforts failed but simultaneously exposed the type of people with nothing better to do than to go after law abiding citizens and try to tear down their hard work. On this woman’s webpage and group, who herself happens to be a convicted felon, busted for stealing ketamine from the vet’s office she worked at, her latest target was a supposed animal abuser Jason Clay. I decided to investigate this for myself. 

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