Tagged: Sciblogs

HPV vaccination syndrome: Surely extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. Pt 1. - Diplomatic Immunity

Helen Petousis Harris Sep 23, 2015

I really do think that the latest proposed “HPV vaccination syndrome” is an extraordinary claim that requires some evidence proportionate to its absurdity. Actually some evidence would be a start. However a piece in the journal Clinical Rheumatology appears to have escaped what normally passes as scientific peer review and got received, revised and accepted in less than … Read More

Fluoridation: Connett’s criticism of New Zealand research debunked - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Aug 13, 2015

Paul Connett, Executive Director of the Fluoride Action Network recently made a presentation to Dever Water opposing community Water Fluoridation (CWF). Many of his claims were just wrong – he seriously distorted the science and used this to misinform the board … Continue reading → … Read More

Fluoridation: Connett’s naive used of WHO data debunked - Unsorted

Ken Perrott Aug 12, 2015

Paul Connett is the Executive Director of the anti-fluoride propagandists group, the Fluoridation Action Network (FAN). His recent presentation to the Denver Water Board’s fluoridation forum was full of scientific misrepresentations and distortions. I debunked his claims on fluoridation and … Continue reading → … Read More

Time to give up on Sitemeter - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Aug 10, 2015

Bizarro Cartoon 5-26-2011  from Some visitors unknowingly redirected to ads! (Finding vindicosuite.com on outclicks). This cartoon from Lola Jane’s World will resonate with many bloggers – especially those who using Sitemeter to collect their visitor stats. New Zealand bloggers who take part in … Continue reading → … Read More

Comparing the Cochrane and NZ Fluoridation Reviews - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Jul 26, 2015

New Zealand policy makers and health professionals should be wary about much of the current media comments on the Cochrane Fluoridation Review (Iheozor-Ejiofor 2015). Anti-fluoridation campaigners are misrepresenting it and distorting its findings. They are using cherry-picked quotes to make claims … Continue reading → … Read More