I have finished a couple of articles in the last 10 days which I would put forward for your reading. I did a lot of work on Alternative Therapeutics. I added some important material to the section on Vitamin D3 and added a new section on Ivermectin which may be the best preventative drug and the best pharmaceutical treatment for all stages of infection.
A protocol based on these would end COVID-19 in a month. A vaccine is not necessary. Why hasn’t it been done? Vitamin D and Ivermectin are generic drugs that have been in use widely for decades. They are cheap and Ivermectin requires only a few days of treatment. But Big Pharma makes money off of vaccines, not generics. And they have a huge lobby in government and the medical community.
The second project was a study of Renewable Generation in Ontario. The numbers show why net zero is a fantasy that will further destroy our economy before they have to give it up. In the meantime I show you why a power crisis is almost unavoidable.
Before I get into my main selection, here’s the latest hymn from Michael Eldridge – good solid production.:
I always considered Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen as great singer/songwriters, each with his unique voice. True poets. I remember returning home in the late sixties with a beard and beads and a Bob Dylan album that I wanted to play for my parents. It is probably merciful that we cannot read the thoughts of others. They were not impressed.
Today I discovered a new talent, Kris Kristofferson. He is known, of course as an actor although he never made the big boy’s club like Ford, Cruise, De Niro, etc. It turns out that he is also a singer/songwriter of stature. He seems to me to be a folk/country hybrid. Judge for yourself:
If you enjoyed that one, here’s another one, apparently one of his best known: “Help me make it through the nigh”. You’ll likely recognize some or all of the other ‘American Outlaws’ performing with him, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson. I’ve included this song for a couple of friends whom I know are on the subscriber list:
Finally, here’s a compilation of a dozen or so songs if you want to hear more.