Scientists around the world have found that non-ionizing radiation, such as that emitted by cell phones, wifi, smart meters and more recently 5G, can result in numerous health issues, including cancer. The National Toxicology Program (NTP) 10 year, $25 million study and the large Ramazzini Institute study found that cell phone radiation caused cancers of the brain and heart. Other researchers have found that this radiation can cause breaks in DNA, which can lead to cancer.
Rather than using this research to build safety into their products, the wireless industry sought to discredit it through a sophisticated propaganda campaign. The methods used were similar to those employed by the tobacco and pharmaceutical industries. One favorite tactic was getting scientists to produce specious studies whose results contradicted the genuine research. This insidious behavior normally goes undiscovered, but there was a recent exception to that.
An article in Microwave News reported that Alexander Lerchl, a biology professor at Jacobs University in Bremen, had conducted a 13 year disinformation campaign. Its purpose: to discredit research which showed non-ionizing radiation can damage DNA.
During this period, Lerchl wrote papers attacking legitimate studies which found such DNA breakage, accusing them of being falsified or forged. He was brazenly outspoken and ironically became the highest funded lab researcher on RF effects in Europe. His position gave him credibility in medical journals which unknowingly published his lies. He would demand that genuine research papers be retracted. When an editor failed to heed him, he reported them to an ethics committee.
Lerchl’s lies, because they were believed by influential people, set research back many years, allowing the proliferation of technologies that now expose millions of people to harm.
He eventually went further, falsely accusing an honest researcher of fabricating her data, suggesting that she should be jailed. That woman fought back, taking him to court in Germany. After examining the evidence, the court ruled that she had been maligned, and that Lerchl had been lying for years. The Court ordered him to cease his disinformation campaign under threat of a €250,000 fine and imprisonment.
The homeopathic community has suffered from similar propaganda campaigns. The now discredited NHMRC study in Australia, the specious Science and Technology Committee (UK), and various anti-homeopathy articles made use of corrupt scientists like Lerchl. By the time the truth came out, the lies had gone round the world, and the damage done.
This surreptitious slandering of important ideas and honest people has been going on for years. In the Lerchl case, at least, a court recognized this kind of behavior as criminal.
In This Issue:
––– The Scientist as Criminal – Alan V. Schmukler
–– Feedback from Jan 2021 – Letters to the Editor
HOMEOPATH IN THE HOT-SEAT
–– Bill Grannell is interviewed by Katja Schuett. Bill Grannell along with his wife Barbara, founded Mexico’s only homeopathic program bringing healthcare to its indigenous people.
–– Online Homeopathy Course by George Vithoulkas
–– 50% Discount on Homeopathy Foundation Course
–– Lectures on Organon of Medicine VOLUME 3 now available!!
–– A Pressing Matter Which Changed My Practice – Gabriel Blass
–– How I came to Practice Homeopathy in Africa – Rebecca Sturgeon
–– Homeopathic Constitutional Types – Lycopodium -Jeff Korentayer
–– A Neglected String to the Homeopathic Bow – Madeleine Innocent
–– The Soul of Remedies – Calcarea Iodata – Rajan Sankaran
–– It’s Metaphysical Darling! – Sue Young
––Acne Vulgaris and its Homeopathic Approach – Jagdish Thebar
–– World Travel Injuries and The Homeopathic Medical Kit – Carla Carmichael
–– Tidbits 78 – Another Dental Surgery! – Elaine Lewis
–– Tips & Secrets – February 2021 – Alan V. Schmukler
–– Free Homeopathy Books Online
–– Best Homeopathy Course for Beginners
–– The Best Book to Study Organon!
–– Chronic Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura – Suriyakhatun Osman
–– Evaluation of Progression of Mental Cases – Ilyas Akhundzada
–– Uterine Fibroid in a Woman of 40 – Vitan Gosain
–– Hypothyroid in a Boy of 10 – Shawn Vale
–– Neonatal Tetanus Cured by Homeopathy – Rafiqul Hasan
–– Psoriasis in a Man of 25 – Ketan Kumar Singh
–– Two Acute Cases of Diarrhea – Charu Rhathi
–– Appearance of Acute Inflammatory State Indicates Improvement in Atopic Dermatitis Cases Under Classical Homeopathic Treatment: A Case Series -Seema Mahesh et al.
–– Use of homeopathic medication and compression therapy in the treatment of non-union fracture of the tibia in an active 62 year old female. Lucille Cowell / Nat Padhiar
–– The Ayurvedic Reset Diet- Radiant Health Through Fasting, Mono-Diet And Smart Food Combining by Vatsala Sperling, is reviewed by Marianne Teitelbaum
Examine Your Life Through The Carpet Weaver Of The Night – Basic Concepts Of Dream Interpretation In The Homeopathic Practice – Dr. Luc de Schepper –(Book Excerpt )
–– Hahnemann’s Homeopathy- The Classification And Treatment Of Diseases According To Dr. Samuel Hahnemann – by Ewald C.W. Stoteler – reviewed by Joe Rozencwajg, NMD
–– Ask The Holistic Vet –March 2021 – Dr. Deva Khalsa
–– The Plant Doctor – March 2021 – Radko Tichavsky
–– “Knowing” – Alan V. Schmukler
–– Homeopathy Crossword – March 2021
SOLVE THE CASE QUIZ
–– Revisiting: Procrastinating, Knee Pain, and Dandruff! – Elaine Lewis
–– QUIZ – When Pineapples Attack! – Elaine Lewis