Epistemic corruption (5)

This is a false claim Bacterial species rarely work together  5/5/22 See this placard from the US Department of the Interior’s National Park Service for comparison: Cyanobacteria were once called blue-green algae. Light-activated carbon fixation in cyanobacteria links their color from microRNA-mediated protein folding chemistry to protection from the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA (mRNA). The protection of organized genomes from viruses has been linked to constraints on all virus-driven pathology across kingdoms via this patent for RNA interference, which…

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Epistemic corruption (1)

Sunlight is the best disinfectant. That claim was echoed by Elon Musk on 5/3/22. If he stops the social media censorship of facts on Twitter, the epistemic corruption may end. Epistemic Corruption, the Pharmaceutical Industry, and the Body of Medical Science 3/8/21 It is not just that there is a body of medical science perverted by industry largesse. Instead, much of the corruption of medical science via the pharmaceutical industry happens through grafting activities: Pharmaceutical companies do their own research…

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