Open Debate and Transparency

It is surely self evident that open debate, transparency, and freedom of speech are key components within the realms of government to advance a civil society. Yet, in today’s world, despite the ease of allowing them, there are so many entities, from Academia to Social Media and Governments and NGOs, that are currently discouraging them. Some do not even have a Comment section, and Censorship, De-platforming and Demonetizing (C, D or D) have become common occurrences.  

Every single website creation platform has a plethora of templates and simply mechanisms for allowing a comment section, yet so many eliminate this ability. The fact that those that do this, are many of the ones that should be the most transparent and open to debate is of a particular interest. That many of these same entities somehow end up at the top of the various search engines results is even more intriguing. Of course, if you find something about any of these entities that contradicts the classification, let us know.  

I’ve created this, and it can easily be expanded in order to expose those wishing to deny and tell the truth. Please help fill out these lists. by send me those entities you find to be either liars or telling the truth: iapetus2022@protonmail.com

No Comment SectionC, D and DNo C, D, and C
alumni.berkeley.eduFacebook.comMeWe.com
WebMD.comInstagram
medium.comYoutubeSubstack
Getpocket.com (Popular Science)TwitterKitco.com
 MSNBC, FOX, CNN, Yahoo, MSN, CBS, NBC, ABC – Corporate Media Brighteon.com
   
   
   
   
Rules of Engagement: If a person is simply posting irrelevant name calling, and/or adding nothing to a debate, blocking them or deleting their comments may be justifiable. Whereas calling someone a criminal with supporting evidence would be acceptable, even if you disagree witht eh evidence, so one’s ability to make reasonable arguments is extremely important, even if you disagree. Sadly, there are those who wish to discourage the truth from becoming known for personal gain or to protect themselves from prosecution, and thus, who these people are and which organizations they work for is part of the rationale for creating this page. As the only current administrator of the page, which I will allow to increase over time, I will do my best to mitigate any disagreements among the posters who choose to participate and will surely call on the advice and knowledge of others, so don’t fear, that I will become the all mighty final arbiter as many others do. I enjoy telling the truth and exposing the lies to much to be a minion or lackey of the Fasci. 

Healthy humans ‘harbor an average of five viruses’

It is well established that our bodies possess gut bacteria that is beneficial for health. Now, researchers from Washington University in St. Louis, MO, have found that our bodies are also home to an average of five viruses responsible for numerous illnesses, although it is unclear whether they have positive or negative implications for health.

Strains of HPV were found in around 75% of participants’ skin samples and 50% of nose samples, while new strains of the virus were found in both skin and nose samples.
Strains of HPV were found in around 75% of participants’ skin samples and 50% of nose samples, while new strains of the virus were found in both skin and nose samples.

“Most everyone is familiar with the idea that a normal bacterial flora exists in the body,” says study co-author Dr. Gregory Storch, a virologist and chief of the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the university. “Lots of people have asked whether there is a viral counterpart, and we haven’t had a clear answer. But now we know there is a normal viral flora, and it’s rich and complex.”

The findings, which form a part of the Human Microbiome Project funded by the National Institutes of Health, were recently published in the journal BMC Biology.

The research team, led by Kristine M. Wylie, PhD, an instructor of pediatrics at the university, collected 706 samples of bodily fluids from 102 healthy adults aged 18-40. The samples were taken from participants’ nose, skin, mouth, vagina and stools.

All participants were closely screened to ensure they had no viral infections, and they were eliminated from the study if they had had been diagnosed with human papillomavirus (HPV) in the past 2 years, or had a form of active genital herpes in the last 2 months.

For each sample, the researchers used high-throughput DNA sequencing that enabled them to detect a wide range of viruses.

Seven families of viruses identified, including HPV and herpesvirus

Among 92% of participants, at least one virus was detected, with some participants harboring around 10-15 viruses. On average, each participant harbored five viruses. The researchers say they were surprised to find so many. “We only sampled up to five body sites in each person and would expect to see many more viruses if we had sampled the entire body,” says Wylie.

From the samples, the team detected seven families of viruses. These included viruses responsible for non-sexually transmitted herpes – herpesvirus 6 and 7. These viruses were detected among 98% of participants who were sampled from the mouth.

Strains of HPV were found in around 75% of skin samples and 50% of nose samples, while new strains of the virus were found in both skin and nose samples. Around 38% of female participants had HPV strains in vagina samples, with many of these harboring strains associated with increased risk of cervical cancer, such as HPV 16 and HPV 18.

The researchers also identified adenoviruses – responsible for pneumonia and the common cold – in the majority of samples.

It is possible, the researchers note, that the viruses identified were lurking infections from years before. But Wylie says that dormant viruses usually reside in cells rather than bodily fluids, which is where the viruses were found in this study.

Commenting on their findings, the team says:

“This study is the first to use high-throughput DNA sequencing to describe the diversity of eukaryotic DNA viruses in a large cohort of individuals who were sampled at multiple body sites. This analysis demonstrates that there is a ‘normal viral flora’ in generally healthy, asymptomatic individuals.”

They admit that it is unclear as to whether the viruses are beneficial or detrimental to health, but they hypothesize that the viruses may boost the immune system’s response to harmful pathogens in some cases, while increasing the risk of infection in others.

“It’s very important to know what viruses are present in a person without causing a problem and what viruses could be responsible for serious illnesses that need medical attention,” says Dr. Storch. “While more research remains, we now have a much clearer picture of the communities of viruses that naturally exist in healthy people.”

Medical News Today recently reported on a study claiming viruses can spread to 40-60% of a building and its occupants within 2-4 hours.

By Honor Whiteman on September 21, 2014

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/282751#Seven-families-of-viruses-identified,-including-HPV-and-herpesvirus