my list of peer reviewed vaccine research

A page on getting some papers on Jab research

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This list is just a thrown together list and is pretty helter skelter..but, there are a lot of links to lead you down the research path if you are searching. There are are so many, many, many more out there that haven’t made it to this list. They sit and wait for me to find them..i better get to looking.. May our truth digging be successful!

Hypothesis: conjugate vaccines may predispose children to autism spectrum disorders.

the potential effects of conjugate vaccines on neural development merit close examination. Conjugate vaccines fundamentally change the manner in which the immune systems of infants and young children function by deviating their immune responses to the targeted carbohydrate antigens from a state of hypo-responsiveness to a robust B2 B cell mediated response. This period of hypo-responsiveness to carbohydrate antigens coincides with the intense myelination process in infants and young children, and conjugate vaccines may have disrupted evolutionary…

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Doctor Who: 10 amazing things that happened in The Night of the Doctor minisode

My favey Doctor!!!

Metro

Have you watched Doctor Who’s The Night of the Doctor yet – the seven minute minisode that ties in with The Day of the Doctor?

If not, go and watch it now because this contains spoilers.

So, it was great that The Sisterhood of Karn (below) made a return, right? (The Sisterhood featured in a Tom Baker story called the Brain or Morbius).

And big sister Ohila’s face was basically my face watching The Night of the Doctor, because… (spoilers!)

sisterhood of karn 2

This happened!

‘I’m the Doctor, but probably not the one you were expecting.’

mcgann outfit

Yup. That’s right, Paul McGann, the eighth Doctor, is back.

Frankly the minisode was seven minutes’ worth of shocks and delights. Here are my favourite moments.

1. The outfit

Love the frock coat, love the waistcoat, love the necktie (neckties are cool) and the S-belt too. The shirt bears a slight resemblance to Patrick Troughton’s scruffy attire…

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Blank Agreements At JobCentre Plus- PLEASE READ

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Same Difference

Spotted here. I think this is very important. Please share everywhere.

The story below was sent to UnemployedNet by a jobseeker who was unhappy with the service she received from her local jobcentre.

She was made to sign a blank jobseeker’s agreement in a session with others who were also made to do the same thing.

The agreement is an important document for unemployed people; it acts as a contract between them and their jobcentre, and any failure to meet its conditions can lead to benefits being taken away.

Other jobseekers will not be surprised that her complaint about this breach of decent practice was met with a flat denial that it took place.

Longer-term readers will remember UnemployedNet’s reports on sanctions targets in the spring; despite official rejections that targets existed an internal Department for Work and Pensions report found that, in some areas, they had been used, meaning…

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